Tarmo, the young nephew of Uncle-Scrooge-like Consul Ö is after his uncle's fortunes. After investing in Tarmo's unfinished studies, the uncle is furious and threatens to leave Tarmo penniless unless he is able to raise one million marks in one month. If not, he'll donate everything to an antiquarian society. Helped by some magic pills given by his friend, Tarmo spends the month in and out of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Leonard D (au) wrote: It's fun when you were a kid, but now, it doesn't hold up very well.
Marcus M (ag) wrote: Koistinen a complete loser, a human doormat of a man with a bum security job, is duped by a beautiful woman, his life goes down the crapper after that. This is downbeat stuff, but with a slightest hint of hope. This is my first Kaurismaki movie, i liked the sense of black humour and the style of framing that he uses, i'll certainly seek out more of his stuff.
Ola G (nl) wrote: Hawaii, Oslo is the story of a handful of people who cross each other's path without necessarily knowing each other, during the hottest day of the year, in Oslo. We follow Frode (Stig Henrik Hoff) and Milla (Silje Torp Fravaag). They are having their first child, who they are told will not live long. We follow Bobbie-Pop (Petronella Barker), a faded singer who tries to commit suicide. We follow Leon (Jan Gunnar Rise), an institutionalized kleptomaniac who is looking for sa (Evy Kasseth Rsten), to whom he has a ten year old deal to get married. We meet Leon's brother, Trygve (Aksel Hennie), who fetches Leon at the institution to celebrate his birthday, but who himself has plans to use his leave from prison to run away. And most of all we meet the angel Vidar (Trond Espen Seim), Leon's best buddy at the institution, who sees things no one else can see, and who may be able to save everyone - except himself...The plot in "Hawaii, Olso" explores the idea of redemptive nature based on compassion and love. We get a kaleidoscope of individuals, set into motion in both the world of dreams and reality and when they mix no one knows what is real and what is not. Despite the darkness displayed theres hope and positive notions in the end. Erik Poppe doesnt resolve each characters fate, but when Vidar the guardian angel sacrifices himself to save Leon he also creates hope for the others. The attempt to create a Norwegian version of "Short Stories" is ok, but yet it suffers from an amateurish vibe/set up and to be honest the acting is not always on the spot during the running time. I do like the critique of things that doesnt seem to work properly in our societies like mental institutions etc. "Hawaii, Oslo" is a reminder that our humanity is not simply who we are, but the sum of how we interact with each other and what we do for each other. Every individual needs compassion and love to be whole.
Taylor J (ca) wrote: This is one of the best documentaries I've seen yet. It provides an incisive profile of the subject matter that is effectively paralleled by primary footage of the Munich Games themselves and accounts by a number of the principals involved in the incident while calling attention to how the worst could have easily been avoided as the crisis reached its bloody climax. A first-rate presentation.
Melissa B (gb) wrote: Not horrible...but not amazing...having a hard time deciding weather it was more good than bad...low budget, but mediocre acting made light by Angelina Jolie's beauty.
Matthew S (ru) wrote: I'd say this film marks the beginning of Woody Allen transitioning from comedic filmmaker to cinematic artist. This bit of silly fun is brilliantly photographed and the Keaton / Allen charisma is full throttle.
Tim S (fr) wrote: Mr. Majestyk is more of a role that Charles Bronson is known for: the anti-hero type. But in this role, he's really even more of a hero because murder isn't his main drive for revenge. To be honest though, the movie feels like a bit of a step down in the spectrum of Bronson revenge films. It has the elements of a fun action movie, but the story surrounding it AND the actors involved with it feel off. The actors, in particular, don't seem all that into their roles. Bronson gives it his best, as does the main bad guy, played by Al Lettieri, but overall, the performances are very sterile. The story meanders a lot of the time and never really gets a satisfying payoff either. Sure Bronson comes in at the end and kicks some ass, but it feels pretty hollow. That's not to say that there isn't some entertainment value to be had. Charles Bronson laying down in the back of a truck and kicking down the tailgate to blast a shotgun at the pursuing bad guys? You've gotta love that stuff. It's moments like that that make the movie worth watching. As is, it's entertaining enough, but lacking just a bit too much.