Princess Bluerose is a small gnome living deep in the Norwegian mountains. A small community of gnomes is responsible for making the transition between daylight and night. This is called the magic hour, and is created by the magic silver which only these gnomes possess. When the silver is stolen, the world is transformed into eternal night. Princess Bluerose sets out on a remarkable journey to retrieve the silver and save the world from eternal darkness. Magic Silver is based on the popular Norwegian television series Jul i Blåfjell (1999) and Jul på Månetoppen (2002). They are considered classic Christmas calender series, and already firmly entrenched in an entire generation's old Christmas memories.
Princess Bluerose is a small gnome living deep in the Norwegian mountains. A small community of gnomes is responsible for making the transition between daylight and night. This is called the magic hour, and is created by the magic silver which only these gnomes possess. When the silver is stolen, the world is transformed into eternal night. Princess Bluerose sets out on a remarkable journey to retrieve the silver and save the world from eternal darkness. Magic Silver is based on the popular Norwegian television series Jul i Blåfjell (1999) and Jul på Månetoppen (2002). They are considered classic Christmas calender series, and already firmly entrenched in an entire generation's old Christmas memories. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aakash G (de) wrote: fullon action but lacked a creative scriptplay to support the many fights that took place :(
Melania Z (ca) wrote: I knoooow, I'm late to the party, who cares. this is Werner Herzog's documentary film on a bear-loving wacko who ends up getting eaten by a grizzly in Alaska. I mean, what's NOT to like?!
Cheyenne B (de) wrote: looks really funny :)
Patrick G (fr) wrote: damn this movie is fun to watch and some scenes were scary
Ann L (nl) wrote: THE LUZHIN DEFENCE A very good movie. An interesting story, funny and sweet in places, albeit disturbing in many aspects as well. It is based upon a novel by Vladimir Nabokov and concerns underlying themes of love and family, dysfunctional personalities and relationships, and vulnerable people. John Turturro gives an awesome performance as the deeply troubled genius and chess master Alexander Luzhin. Emily Watson was wonderful as the open-hearted young woman Natalia, somewhat overwhelmed as she finds herself the object of his sudden marital intentions. The entire film was shot on location. The story is set in Europe between the great wars and depicts period dress, manners and mores of the upper middle class bourgeoisie typical of that time. The action takes place at a high-brow Italian lakeside resort community where the unlikely couple first lay eyes on one another?is it love at first sight or something else entirely? The vacation resort is hosting a national chess tournament in which Alexander will be competing in a grueling challenge against a vanguard of eminent gaming professionals for top honors. In flashback we come to see and understand through his haunting memories the sources of Alexander?s past and present torments as he tries to remain focused and work out his winning strategies. As days go by and the chess match proceeds, the pressure mounts and questions abound. Will Alexander be able to withstand the enormous personal stress he is laboring under, not to mention certain devilish attempts to sabotage his play, and carry off a victory in the competition? Will Natalia?s ever-growing love will be strong enough to continue to nurture their budding relationship and ultimately save her precious Sasha?s (pet name) life? A great story. Solid entertainment. A rating of PG-13 seems about right for this film.
Stuart K (it) wrote: Written and produced by Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer (Baby Boom (1987), Father of the Bride (1991)) and directed by Howard Zieff (Unfaithfully Yours (1984) and My Girl (1981)), this is an amusing little comedy with a good lead performance, and some good comedy set pieces. Not surprising as it became one of the biggest comedies of 1980. It has Judy Benjamin (Goldie Hawn) getting married to Yale Goodman (Albert Brooks), who just happens to drop dead on their wedding night. Confused and unsure of what to do, Judy receives duff advice from army recruiting sergeant Jim Ballard (Harry Dean Stanton) who makes the army sound more glamourous than it is. She joins, and gets the shock of her life when she see's how hard it really is. But, she manages to perservere and eventually gets promoted, much to the annoyance of Captain Doreen Lewis (Eileen Brennan), who wanted to see Judy fail. Then, Judy finds herself falling for French doctor Henri Tremont (Armand Assante), and a relationship blossoms when she's posted over to France, but is she ready for another long-term relationship. It's a good comedy, with some funny set pieces and with Hawn giving a good fish-out-of-water performance, but kudos to Brennan as the long suffering captain who has to put up with Judy Benjamin.
Keith C (es) wrote: Cute little musical.
Peter B (au) wrote: Austin powers's's's' favourite mooovy aint all that and a bag of potato chips.
William H (fr) wrote: Fun Saturday Afternoon romp with Peter Cushing and Edward Judd battling outer space creatures in the English Countryside. Classic Thriller!
James H (de) wrote: Jackie Brown is a typical Tarantino film with snappy dialogue, an exquisite soundtrack and great characters. Samuel Jackson is fantastic and his character is almost as cool as his character in Pulp Fiction. Pam Grier is also brilliant and the supporting cast of Robert De Niro, Robert Forster, Michael Keaton and Bridget Fonda are good too. I loved the way the scene in the mall was filmed in particular, it was genius the way we learnt something new after watching it from each characters perspective.