We are in the year 1871. A journalist for Versailles Television broadcasts a soothing and official view of events while a Commune television is set up to provide the perspectives of the Paris rebels. On a stage-like set, more than 200 actors interpret characters of the Commune, especially the Popincourt neighbourhood in the XIth arrondissement. They voice their own thoughts and feelings concerning the social and political reforms. The scenes consist mainly of long camera takes.
We are in the year 1871. A journalist for Versailles Television broadcasts a soothing and official view of events while a Commune television is set up to provide the perspectives of the Paris rebels. On a stage-like set, more than 200 actors interpret characters of the Commune, especially the Popincourt neighbourhood in the XIth arrondissement. They voice their own thoughts and feelings concerning the social and political reforms. The scenes consist mainly of long camera takes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anna B (kr) wrote: After some awkward maneuvering at the start to paper over the fact that the first one wasn't really fit for a sequel it settles into a much more compelling plot than the first. There's also no Ghanian diplomat, and the ending is perfect, so all-in-all this is definitely an improvement.
david s (jp) wrote: No holds barred in this teenage anti-love story, where the audience's sympayhies are brutally swung around. Like riding a rollercoaster with a loose seatbelt, Stevie's deadly credibility puts the viewer in Nikko's mind and is tortured by each twist of the story. The 'accidental' death of the egg-collector could have been handled with more pathos, indicating that it's Emma Booth that's really carrying the movie to its heights, but she shouldn't be so shy about stripping off if her vamp-character's sexual predatory-credibility is not to spoil the mature audience's belief. Watch right to the end for the full story, and beware of reviews in the media which clearly were written by economical/lazy critics who didn't. More than a homage to Trainspotting and/or Shallow Grave at moments, without hitting the excellence of these worthy antecedents, can't wait for more from Golden.
Craig B (mx) wrote: Lord, awwwkwarrrd. Kinda felt for the main character, and was pretty ok overall, but there's only so much you can take of affluent middle-class loungers getting drunk on holiday.
Brendan R (de) wrote: Predictable heart-warming tale. I often wondered why you would bother watching this when you can watch the documentary about kids in the National Spelling Bee. However, if you want to feel good then give this a shot.
i C (au) wrote: 7,5/10So much names in this. Great scene with the death tolls argument
Scott A (kr) wrote: Okay, just more of the same. Anders never dies, so whats the point. Shatner has a nice buff scene I guess.
Robert C (es) wrote: One of the few sequels ever to stand toe-to-toe with the original.
Tara H (fr) wrote: A great little 70s buddy movie meets road trip, Eastwood and Bridges both excellent in Michael Cimino's directorial debut.
Greggory B (gb) wrote: This needs to watched as a double feature with Airplane (1980). Why? Because The 1980 disaster spoof is a comedic re-imagining of Zero Hour and the similarities are hysterical.
Lee Anne W (it) wrote: This movie is a delight. Robert Montgomery (whom I know from his umpteenth appearances in Joan Crawford pictures) is a delight. Claude Rains is a delight. Delightful.
Ellise T (fr) wrote: Great movie from my childhood that I look back on with fond memories.
Robert M (kr) wrote: Hilarious zombie comedy. Eisenberg and the rest of the gang have some of their best moments especially when it comes to unique raunchy comedies (I may be spoiled, but I do wish I'd seen Shaun of the Dead before this one). If you like The Walking Dead, you will definitely get a good kick out of this film. It's a story of survival, love, humor, and the living dead.
Matthew U (kr) wrote: I didn't expect to enjoy this movie as much as I did but it was pretty fucking hilarious it's from the makers of Robot Chicken so it's not for younger kids that's for sure