Bielecki (Gregori Chmara) becomes determined to become a famous writer, but the means he employs in achieving his goal are far from ethical. Bielecki discourages his friend Jerzy Gorski (Artur Socha) by telling him his new work is rather poor, driving him into despair. But Bielecki is such a good friend that he even provides Gorski with the morphine so he can overdose too. With Gorski out of the way, Bielecki can now peddle his friend's book as his own. However, it doesn't take long for Bielecki's evil ways to catch up to him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jay K (mx) wrote: it's a great romantic movie, and of course Hayley Kiyoko was there! she's great, and that's why I'm a Kiyokian! But the question is... it's there any chance this film could b unrated?
John T (br) wrote: Good character development. It lost its believability at a few points: the Bill Murray sequence and the twinkie obsession stand out.
Matthew B (br) wrote: Sy Ableman: "I'm a serious man, Larry."The story is about a Midwestern physics teacher, watches his life unravel over multiple sudden incidents. Though seeking meaning and answers amidst his turmoils, he seems to keep sinking.'A Serious Man' has to be the Coen Brothers most unappreciated movie when it comes to naming the Coen Brothers best movies, and yes there's plenty of outstanding movies from them, but lets not overlook movies such as this. The Coen Brothers have yet to disappoint me, even through I haven't seen every movie from them, but the ones I have watched I've given glowing reviews and so is this one, because 'A Serious Man' is a superb and wonderful piece of film making that I can't believe it took me this long to watch it.The Coens are masters of film making and there's no point of me pointing that out for you, since you can watch one of they movies (expect for The Ladykillers) and see the brilliance in the dialogue scenes and the reverse shots by them keeping the shots simple but precise enough to keep you engaged. And in this movie, the Coens did just that and that's take a simple man like Larry Gopnik (Michael Stuhlbarg) and put him in an endless cycle of torment, for serious or comedic effect. That's what I was so amazed by from start till finish, not because of the writing or the cinematography (which are perfect by the way), but that I easily related to the main characters struggle and the dying questions about his own religion and he's life. Many times in the movie Larry tries to seek help and answers, but gets shut out or doesn't get satisfying answers. This hit home for me as I know what that's like. Bravo Coens.Michael Stuhlbarg was absolutely fantastic in this movie and it's honestly one of he's best performance of his career (In my opinion). Stuhlbarg really dose bring a lot of emotion, depth and the human side to this character that we can easily simplify with. His reactions to hellish situations was spot on and realistic. It's hard to believe that he didn't get at least an Oscar nomination for this and just the thought of it is really hard to digest. Brilliantly performance Michael Stuhlbarg.Roger Deakins is one of the best cinematography's working today and it wasn't surprising that the best part of this movie was the cinematography, as it was flawless. Most of the time the camera is right close up to the characters and it has a wide lens to it so you would feel a sense of presence of being right there with somebody. It really dose add a lot to the scenes in this movie, I mean it made some scenes of the movie uncomfortable or kind of funny. That's the work of Roger Deakins everyone and it's glorious.I'm not going to spoil the ending to this movie, because I hate when people do that in reviews without any warnings, but let me tell you that the ending is such a gut-punch and will leave you completely speechless.Now for the problems: ... Overall 'A Serious Man' is an outstanding movie with brilliant performances from everyone and top notch writing from the Coens. If haven't seen this movie yet, then do yourself a favor and watch it.
Kat S (mx) wrote: I haven't seen it yet, but I want to SOOOOOOO BAD! There's naked scenes of David Tennant!
Muffin M (de) wrote: Embarking on a journey to fulfill her dreams as a dancer, a young girl discovers a new style of dance that will prove to be the source of both conflict and self-discovery. stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Tessa Thompson, Julia Bermudez, Riley Smith, Karen LeBlanc, John Reardon, Ashley Roberts, Matt Kippen and Erik Fjelsted. directed by Darren Grant.
John O (de) wrote: Poorly written, poorly acted. Will Smith almost made it bearable...but not quite.
Jen H (de) wrote: A very competent atmospheric horror movie, that uses eerie location instead of gore or jumpscares to build tension. The ending was slightly contrived and makes little sense, but the main character of the asylum makes it work.
Anne C (au) wrote: The end of the beginning.
Joerg H (fr) wrote: Really not a good movie - even if authentic. So I guess it's better to read the book which has more depth and lacks the bad story-telling and acting.
Aneesh K (ca) wrote: A horror movie which comes with 90% scare-free guarantee. Just deafening background music.
Scott W (ca) wrote: One of the better Woody Allen offerings. It got better as it went along. It started kind of slow: the first 30 minutes felt like just a bunch of scenes of people chatting with no real direction. But I thought it really picked up steam from the heartbreaking scene where Isaac breaks up with Tracy. Mariel Hemingway was the highlight of this movie, so great at such a young age. It was also cool to see a young Meryl Streep in a small part. I was conflicted about who I wanted Isaac to end up with, which I think is a credit to the screenplay. It's worth checking out.
Guillaume H (jp) wrote: Some say its a lesser hitchock (in some ways, being a dark comedy, it gets corny at times but in a nice 70s way) but i dont really mind; its too much fun. And it has the distinction of being his last, and its a good swan song.The plot is engaging, bigger than nature, and it pays off, i giggled for a long time after it ended. To top it all, its another total Karen Black Delight, in another performance that makes her one of the greatest cult stars ever.
Kevin R (mx) wrote: Welcome to hell.Detective Joseph Thorne is a crooked detective that paints the picture of a happy married man, but he's really a dope fiend, hooker sleeping with, crooked cop. He stumbles into a strange crime scene with badly disfigured bodies and a strange box. He plays with the box and opens a door to hell that will impact his life forever."Here's what he looks like with a face."Scott Derrickson, director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Sinister, and the upcoming Deliver Us from Evil, delivers Hellraiser V: Inferno. The storyline for this picture was interesting but a little disappointing. The kill scenes and gore were good and fairly intense. The acting was below average and the cast includes Craig Sheffer, James Remar, Nicholas Sadler, Lindsay Taylor, and Sasha Barrese. "Are you going to frisk me or fuck me?"I recently started watching these Hellraiser films again when I discovered they are all on Netflix. So far, these movies have taken a drastic turn for the worse. The first three movies were very good, but this crime drama ended in disappointing fashion. I would only watch this if you're a diehard fan of the series or genre."We don't like it here."Grade: D
David L (de) wrote: Warning: contains spoilers. This received one star because the acting was one thing I could not fault. Excellent performance from top-notch actors and actresses. Ultimately, though this movie was worthy of Mystery Science Theatre 3000. Let me tell you why.1. Really terrible CGI. The Hulk just looks plain fake. And he is bright green. Like lime jell-o green. For some reason, when he gets shot his body jiggles like jell-o. Whoever did the CGI never studied anatomy and apparently never watched another human being move, because you should see the weird contortions of the Hulk's muscles when he jumps.2. Terrible plot. There's this creepy janitor and he turns out to be Bruce's dad who experimented on his own baby boy because he's one sick puppy who was more concerned about science than his son. Bruce, as the Hulk, has to fight his dad's hunting dogs who have been turned into Hulkdogs. Eventually his dad becomes a version of the Absorbing Man. Their fight scene is mostly talking and makes no sense. After the movie was over in theatres, I talked to several people. None of them understood that scene.3. The presentation of the film was awful. The scenes transitioned with PowerPoint slide effects. No. Seriously. At one point there is a bunch of boxing in and out and multiple scenes being presented at the same time with most of the screen being black and unused. Looks like a kid got ahold of the editing equipment and went wild.At least the MCU version was better.
El C (de) wrote: Non stop action that will leave your heart pounding at the end of the movie.
Shawn P (mx) wrote: Resident Evil 2 is really cool! Lots of killing, zombies and fighting! The dogs are scary! LOL