Loranga, Masarin & Dartanjang
The movie is based on Barbro Lindgrens popular and absurd comical books Loranga, Masarin & Dartanjang (1969) and Loranga, Loranga (1970). The movie is about the worlds greatest dad that loves pop music and refuses to get a job - because who would then play with his son Masarin? Lorangas dad Dartanjang lives in the woodshed to prevent germs from getting to him. But that does not seem to help because he keeps getting sick all the time.
- Stars:Dan Ekborg, Dietmann Ludvig, Gösta Ekman, Johan Ulveson, Figge Norling, Ulf Larsson, Eddie Axberg, Ulf Stark, Per Boström, Claes Dietmann,
- Country:Hungary, Sweden
- Director:Igor Veichtaguin,
- Writer:Barbro Lindgren (book), Barbro Lindgren (novel), Ulf Stark
The movie is based on Barbro Lindgrens popular and absurd comical books Loranga, Masarin & Dartanjang (1969) and Loranga, Loranga (1970). The movie is about the worlds greatest dad that loves pop music and refuses to get a job - because who would then play with his son Masarin? Lorangas dad Dartanjang lives in the woodshed to prevent germs from getting to him. But that does not seem to help because he keeps getting sick all the time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Loranga, Masarin & Dartanjang torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Quite possibly the greatest movie we've conceived. EVER. Also, it had a badass soundtrack!
(au) wrote: Weerasethakul continues his status as probably the most enigmatic filmmaker in the world. His movies are frustrating, beautiful, experimental, and a about a million other different words. Tropical Malady is basically a movie in two parts. The first part is a fairly straightforward love story between two men, and the second part puts the same two actors into different roles as a soldier lost in the woods hunting for a shape shifting wild man. I totally understand why this movie was booed on it's initial release, but I also see why it's come to a higher understanding in recent years. I wouldn't recommend this to most people because it can be incredibly slow paced at times and it's borderline pretentious, but it never jumps into ridiculous art house cliches and maintains a subtle fantasy/dreamscape throughout. Fans of the directors other work should check it out!
(ca) wrote: una historia de mafia diferente.
(gb) wrote: A Canadian encounters a bear during a hunting trip and becomes obsessed with perfecting a suit that will allow him to survive a bear attack. Never mind that the clunky contraption can't handle even the slightest incline, and the poor demented Canuck inside cannot even get out without a small crew of people to assist him. We get the expected footage of the suit (with its inventor inside) getting hit by baseball bats, cars, refrigerators, etc. Meaningless slapstick that is leading up to a "field test" that never happens. It's classic cinematic blue balls, but at least the Canadian accents and mannerism are good for a laff or two.
(kr) wrote: It was surprisingly pretty good!
(ru) wrote: it's a nice muvee.. i like priety in it..!
(ag) wrote: Mark Hamill is on a different sort of quest in his film follow-up to "Star Wars," this time trying to find his stolen Corvette Stingray with wacky companion Annie Potts. It's a pretty silly film, but what makes it most interesting is that it really showed that Hamill was fully capable of having a film career beyond Luke Skywalker. He's not as cool as Harrison Ford, but he has a likable enough of screen presence that he should have had a more significant screen career. I think I remember seeing him in an episode of "Amazing Stories" and in "The Big Red One" but don't really remember seeing him in much until low budget sci-fi and Michael Dudikoff films later in the 80s and 90s. Director/Co-writer Matthew Robbins has made some interesting and eclectic films, from "Dragonlayer" to "Sugarland Express" to "Mimic," and this film is about as enjoyable as his other films. This one is pretty light an breezy, but is an enjoyable enough of a comedy/romance. And in my book, any film with Brion James in it is worth watching.
(nl) wrote: The evolution of French cinema in one film.
(br) wrote: You can clearly see where Griffith received his inspiration for the Gomer Pyle character when you see his performance in No Time For Sergeants. Griffith plays a Georgia hillbilly named Will Stockdale who is drafted into the U.S. Air Force and becomes a constant pain in the butt to his easy going but also spit and polish Sgt. King played by the likeable Myron McCormick. Nick Adams plays Stockdale's friend and bunkmate Ben Whitledge and great character actor Murray Hamilton plays the awesome role of Irvin Blanchard, a middle aged college boy who always wears shades and who relishes the bully role in Stockdale's barracks. This hilarious film follows one romp after another as Will is constantly trying to help his buddy Ben get transferred into the infantry. Based on the hit Broadway play with Griffith & McCormick reprising their roles for the film.
(ag) wrote: The Best movie based on a true story I've seen by far.
(fr) wrote: No se compara con las primeras dos, en definitiva es mejor que la tercera, pero la historia sigue siendo aburrida. 4/10