40 international directors were asked to make a short film using the original Cinematographe invented by the Lumière Brothers, working under conditions similar to those of 1895. There were ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lumière and Company
40 international directors were asked to make a short film using the original Cinematographe invented by the Lumière brothers.
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Bryn D (ag) wrote: O.V.R 6/10 Great footage, but dubbing was cheesy and story quite bland
Rick R (it) wrote: I loved this film! It has a cast that audiences will enjoy seeing, and a story that provides good clean entertainment that makes you feel good. The point of this film is not to take life too seriously, to appreciate others in your life and that family can be where you choose to find it. Expecting Mary is a surprisingly funny and refreshing story about a pregnant runaway teen heading to LA to see her father. Along the way she meets a group of people who live in a trailer park where she learns the true meaning of family. Expecting Mary is masterfully written and directed by Dan Gordon, who presents a range of well developed characters who each have their own transformation in some way throughout the story. A solid cast makes each character very likable and pulls you in early on. Hilarious characters include the trailer park owner, the airport baggage handler and the Elvis impersonator. Lead actors Linda Gray, Cloris Leachman, Della Reese, and Cybill Shepherd provide some truly entertaining performances. Linda Gray's role as Darnella provides an uplifting view of life with lessons we can all learn from about living in the moment. Expecting Mary is a genuinely funny fee-good film with broad appeal. It's an independent film that deserves to "make it big"
David G (mx) wrote: It's better, funnier film than 3.6/10. See it on HBO.
Paul B (fr) wrote: I've never seen anything like it, and probably never want to ever again.
Kim P (us) wrote: Very funny! Loved Jerry in this :)
Brigette S (au) wrote: You folks have no taste. This movie is fantastic. "It's too silly to be believable" is hilarious. It's magic, it's not supposed to be believable. Is Harry Potter hard to believe too? Sensual and smart.
Michael R (ru) wrote: Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth is certainly not as strong as the first two installments of the series, but still manages to feel satisfying. Overall the film works, even if it does lack the timelessness and intellect of the previous films.
Francisco F (au) wrote: Rien de veritablement exceptionnel, mais une elegance constante des acteurs et de la mise en scene.
Eliabeth S (ag) wrote: I mean, it's a pretty terrible movie but I also kinda love it.
Matteo F (ru) wrote: One of the must-have trash movies
Kerby H (de) wrote: I just don't like Ingmar Bergman.
Jack W (ru) wrote: The thing I liked about Bridge to Terabithia is that it wasn't over the top with the fantasy pieces and the two young leads shine as their respective characters.
Jason T (us) wrote: Not at all original just a ripoff of Red, Snatch, and Taranito's films. Silly plot with some bad acting. It was a little entertaining in parts but a forgetable DTD film.
Sean Michael S (es) wrote: Fantastically creative idea, yet a horribly boring execution.
Matthew D (it) wrote: There is a slight feel of repetition that seeps in to this final chapter, and things are stacked against it as it tries to outdo its predecessor's action, with nothing as tightly constructed or as memorable as Helm's Deep. With the stakes at their highest, however, the emotional energy keeps the audience in its grip more strongly and if we feel drained when it comes to a close; it is in the best possible sense.
Jeff W (nl) wrote: This overly complex and confusing Giallo hybrid still ends up being quite fun. I am in love with Suzy Kendall and the presence of Ivan Rassimov just adds to the fun factor. There are a few decent scenes, especially with the mannequins, but seriously don't expect this one to make the least bit of sense in the end.