Move On is a road movie like no other, because it is inspired by film fans from all over Europe! This breath-taking movie directed by Asger Leth features Mads Mikkelsen on a secret mission in 8 episodes, each taking place in a different European country.
- Stars:Jacob Matschenz, Robert Gwisdek, Anna Brüggemann, Alice Dwyer, Katharina Spiering, Aylin Tezel, Alexander Khuon, Amelie Kiefer, Corinna Harfouch, Hans-Heinrich Hardt, Leslie Malton, Herbert Knaup, Christian Ehrich, Hannes Gwisdek, Richard Kropf,
- Director:Dietrich Brüggemann,
- Writer:Dietrich Brüggemann, Anna Brüggemann
Eleven moving dates, eight friends: Philipp, Wiebke, Jessica, Maria, Swantje, Michael, Thomas, Dina – all in their twenties and mutually lonesome. And always searching: For a new city, a new job, an own apartment, a new, or even an old love. The search is never-ending, and so they repeatedly find themselves at a ritual gathering: someone moving. Boxes are shifted from one side of Berlin to the other, or the length and breadth of Germany, from one abode to the next as one life is exchanged for another. In 3 ZIMMER/KÜCHE/BAD, director Dietrich Brüggemann portrays existences in which relationships, social networks and backdrops are in a constant state of flux; where best friends are the only, and therefore the most valuable constant. Humorous sketches of the self-conception of a generation for whom moving has become the symbol of a life on the go. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Move torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: 1/2 a star. Remake of the classic by Kirk Douglas I believe but with nothing new except for a bunch of CGI that was trying to resemble 300 or LOTR but was never close.
(es) wrote: This was kind of weird. The use of the graphics as transitions made it seem more like a tv series instead of a movie. The plot was not terrible but I think it would do better as a tv series. The movie left a few things hanging for me.
(ru) wrote: What a boring movie. 45 mins to set it up and even then it's just 50mins of destruction. For a movie, even a horror movie to be good, you have to have interesting characters which this movie lacks. Whats even odd is how it starts of whimsy and then goes into a disaster movie, if those two things were separate maybe it'd would've been good, but combined it just doesn't work, and I feel part of that is the writing. Sometimes the dialogue is good and then other times it feels out of place. And talk about a thin story, by time the 2nd act there was nothing of substance to keep it interesting. Also the effects in this was laughable. Hellraiser had better effects than this. Chris and Steven should just stick to Action/Adventure type movies.
(ru) wrote: Good finale to Hitchcock's career.Family Plot was Alfred Hitchcock's last movie. He died four years after it was released. While not anywhere near the dizzying heights of Hitchcock's best movies (Rear Window, Psycho, among others) it is reasonably good.Interesting main plot with some good twists along the way. Some inconsistencies though, especially in some of the sub-plots. Not everything entirely makes sense. Also, giving away the secret so soon in the movie removed a lot of the potential mystery in the movie.As always with a Hitchcock movie, what sustains the movie is the suspense. Hitchcock keeps you hooked the whole way through.Also has some good humorous moments. Good performance by Bruce Dern as George. Barbara Harris was a touch unconvincing and irritating as Blanche. William Devane is okay, and suitably devious, as the criminal, though his 70s moustache was a bit too creepy.RIP Alfred Hitchcock.
(ca) wrote: My all time favourite!
(au) wrote: I thought the story was pretty decent, but some of the acting could have used work.