A medieval nobleman and his squire are accidentally transported to contemporary times by a senile sorcerer. He enlists the aid of his descendent to try to find a way to return home, all the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A medieval nobleman and his squire are accidentally transported to contemporary times by a senile sorcerer. He enlists the aid of his descendent to try to find a way to return home, all the...
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Sebastin S (nl) wrote: Everything was awesome except the ausence of Megan Fox
David S (gb) wrote: It's beautiful throughout, but the subplot of the town bullies feels very contrived and ruins the contemplative mood the director tries to sustain.
Charles H (br) wrote: The Coen Brothers' Jewish dramedy is far from being their most accessible effort. In fact, "A Serious Man" somewhat hearkens back to their film-making beginnings, in terms of its tone and the existential predicament the lead character is mulling. The opening sequence informs viewers that this is not going to be a movie that provides obvious answers for the situations we are to visit. I have always admired that about the Brothers' as film-makers, that they can deliver a straight-forward comedy or mystery/drama, then follow that up with a more abstract effort that considers darker, more ponderous themes. The Coens have made crowd-pleasers with wide appeal, but their attentions eventually seem to return to this type of film. Either you will enjoy watching a movie such as "A Serious Man" and then trying to connect the myriad dots the Coens scatter about, or you will find it an excruciatingly drawn bit of tedium. I liken it to the scene where Larry is shown before a massive blackboard working toward the solution to a complex physics problem, only to arrive at the solution and proclaim to his students, "So, as you can see... we can never be certain about anything." That pretty well encapsulates the dueling reactions I anticipate among the film's audience. Personally, I enjoyed the film enough to spend some time afterward trying to piece together the possibilities of that most untidy finale. Yet, I must deduct a star from my overall score because I found it more difficult to relate to the characters, and the dead-pan humor was not as consistently prevalent as I have come to expect in a Coen Bros. production.
Asa B (es) wrote: I tried hard to really like this Grosse Pointe Blank "sequel" and occasionally my dedication was rewarded, but in the end the film just didn't satisfy.
Leon B (mx) wrote: Zodiac is one of them movies that convinces you that certain people in the movie were the killer. You have to watch out for what most people say about the case because if you don't, you lose the whole movie. Robert Graysmith who is played by Jake Gyllenhaal is a cartoonist, but ends up getting caught up in an investigation that only has fingerprints and handwriting. You would need a lot more to catch a serial killer back then. Graysmith punches above his weight in the movie: Going on national TV and the Zodiac wasn't happy. Graysmith was getting phone calls once a week from an unknown caller breathing very heavily down the phone. I wonder if that still haunts Graysmith to this day. Who knows? Only Graysmith knows. This movie in my mind was the best movie of 2007. although I didn't see the movie until July 2011.
Michael R (fr) wrote: It's films like this that remind me why I love filmmaking. Great acting from all but one of the cast. Another great British treasure.
Aaron I (fr) wrote: Good edgy film, great ending.
Wade H (mx) wrote: Walken keeps the movie going, even if the story, characters and dialogue isn't as clever as the first.
Alex F (es) wrote: A sick and twisted love story. Gem of modern Mexican cinema.
Lina A (fr) wrote: Bergman is the main reason why i love Cinema....periodhe never fails to explore the deepest oceans of the human soulnever afraid to dig the surface of our daily lives till the black pitch comes to the surface .and Nykvist showed us one of the best sequences i saw in a film ..the naked dream sequence .Nykvist can also shoot fear , agony and shame with his lens and no one can do it better...a great film by the greatest master of all time..
Camille L (mx) wrote: Il arrive des fois qu'on tombe sur un film si bien crit qu'on se prend fermer les yeux pour juste couter la qualit exceptionnelle des dialogues, qui sortent totalement du tout-venant de la production hollywoodienne. Mais ce serait idiot de fermer les yeux devant Damsels in Distress, car les plans de Whit Stillman sont absolument magnifiques et le dcoupage poustouflant, tout en jouant avec le quatrime mur constamment. Les actrices rayonnent autant que le film, Greta Gerwig, Adam Brody & Jermaine Crawford sont particulirement excellents et les autres acteurs ne sont pas en reste. Dans Damsels in Distress, on parle des couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel, des coutumes cathares et de l'odeur des fraternits sans pour autant que ce soit chiant comme la mort. Aussi agrable que passionnant, Damsels in Distress est un film absurdement gnial. Hey everybody, let's do the Sambola.
Hunter W (kr) wrote: Pitch Perfect is audacious, clever, and presents enough quotable moments to offset its cliched story; its not your traditional musical, but then again, its not your traditional girl's night out story either.
Eric M (nl) wrote: Malick's cinematic poem on marriage, family, man and wife is challenging even on the Malick scale, but it pays dividends with its enchanting portrait of the divine bauty and frailty of life.