Two characters: old and young; teacher and pupil; man and woman. Four walls within which they conjure intellectualism, relive the profession (journalism), explore politics and discover each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two characters: old and young; teacher and pupil; man and woman. Four walls within which they conjure intellectualism, relive the profession (journalism), explore politics and discover each other.
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Madrid, 1987 torrent reviews
Anthony K (kr) wrote: Absolutely chilling first hand portrayal of a school shooting. Tackling the topic from this perspective, and the extensive characterization of the few players involved, leads to a climax which literally left me shaking. At one point you think "yeah, I wanna see these bullies get f****d up," but no...no, no, no.
Raphael C (de) wrote: It is a very good movie, James Frecheville was incredible! And the soundtrack impeccable!
WS W (de) wrote: A suspense horror which blending too much (unneeded) stuff in.
Logan V (ca) wrote: the visual and audible equivalent of your pet cat getting hit by a car
Andrey B (au) wrote: I didn't like this movie. Yes, Bardem's performance is outstanding. Yes, direction is awesome, as always. But why does the director need to shot a pessimistic film for the sake of pessimism alone? The life is so bad according to this movie and there's no way one is able to change that. I don't see the point.
tim t (au) wrote: This attempt at horror/suspence was short of the target and not the right caliber. The bear was the best actor in the movie and it is too bad he didn't really eat the victims, they had it coming for such bad acting. The premise and story is just not in line with what is happening, why would a group of bad kids go up a mountain to pick trash for a week if the park had to be closed due to forest fires? This is one of the many nonsensical questions in the first few minutes of the movie and it gets worse.
Maurice A (de) wrote: Heroes that die in the end, live forever.
Alejandro E (fr) wrote: Worthwhile comedy musical of family traditions and rushed endearments.Not quite a waste of time,has its sparks of witt
Bradley W (us) wrote: A decent initial outing by Guillermo Del Toro. A unique take on the vampire genre, definitely not your typical vampire flick. Decent acting turns by Ron Perlman and the little girl. Very slow moving and boring at times, but not a bad movie to watch if you have time. Not a "must-see".
Simon L (ag) wrote: Seen it many years ago .A thought provoking film.
Brian T (us) wrote: A kind of Russian version of a Jane Austen novel, inasmuch as most of the plot is structured around three young women trying to find love/get married, some getting frustrated in the process, others finding success, at least for awhile. It was therefore mildly difficult for me to take great interest in, but, altogether, a very well-done film: interesting ideas, great dialog, and beautiful, poignant songs to boot. And what Russian film would be complete without an intensely-inebriated, hilarous conversation between two Russian men? This one nearly had me rolling off the couch.
Ted C (ag) wrote: Maybe some of it hasn't aged well. Maybe it isn't as realistic, gritty or groundbreaking now as it was in 1969. So what? The movie still works and Dustin Hoffman is still amazing.
Griffin W (ca) wrote: Four shorts, all of them with different degrees of quality. I'll summarize my thoughts like this: The first short is dumb and out of place to the rest of them, the second one is forgettable and not very intense or funny, the third is actually charming, with good performances (even by the child actors, I guess Rodriguez just has a knack for directing children), and a good feel of comedic crescendo. The fourth was a bit long (even for a Tarantino movie) but it ended the movie with a great punch line. But overall, the movie is uneven in tone, it's only funny in the second half after two shorts that are too bad to sit through again, and it's just a mess. Four Rooms is "Sorta, Kinda, Meh..."
Duncan M (kr) wrote: Good movie more for the music than for the story. MIght wake a few people up to the fact that real jazz IS contemporary. I'm not so sure it does much of a service by giving the impression that all jazz musicians do some of the stupid things the characters in this film do.
Darrin C (ag) wrote: Pretty close to how real candidates run a campaign and hilarious with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis' chemistry to out-do one another. Lots of funny parts, but then has the dreaded sweet ending so many "comedies" suffer from these days.
Thaina F (de) wrote: could've been better