My Name Was Sabina Spielrein

My Name Was Sabina Spielrein

The history of psychoanalysis is littered with the discarded psyches of the women whose diagnoses were key to the fame of the great masters. One such woman was Sabina Spielrein. Unlike the ...

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Nico B (gb) wrote: A hilarious, low budget film from Channel Awesome, Kickassia brings some of our favorite critics (Nostalgia Critic, Nostalgia Chick, Linkara, Film Brain, etc.) together to fight for the land of Molossia in this undeniably funny web movie

Josh M (ru) wrote: Watched it several times and still enjoy each story.

Jenna I (nl) wrote: This was strangely enjoyable and surprisingly interesting. Great complex, real and honest character writing.

Jonathan H (us) wrote: Informative and hopeful. Definitely makes you realize how much you take water for granted.

Erron C (it) wrote: Interesting plot and nice twist.

The Big P (br) wrote: Russel's weakest film to date.

Kevin S (ca) wrote: A teacher gives up teaching at wellington academy to teach at a high school full of thugs, crooks, and pretty much every bad kid in the city. He has a chance to turn these kids life around by giving them an academic test which gets stolen and he also gets involved with drug dealers. Yeah, this movie isnt perfect and is cheesy at times and some jokes are stale but for the most part it was pretty funny and entertaining. I have always liked and respected john lovitz. I always thought he was on top of his game when it came to comedy. Its not a perfect comedy but take it for what it is and enjoy it. You will laugh more than you expected and find out that you enjoyed it after all.

Ryan V (fr) wrote: Great actors are wasted on a dull retelling of the Jekyll and Hyde story.

Zarinah H (ag) wrote: "Angels and Insects" unfolds leisurely, and is an aesthetically pleasing movie. Based upon A.S. Byatt's [whose "Possession" was also adapted for the big screen] novella "Morpho Eugenia", the story centers around an impoverished naturalist, William Adamson [Mark Rylance] who has spent a great many years in the wilds of the Amazon, studying the insect colonies there. Upon his return to Victorian England, he is taken under the benevolent wings of Rev Harald Alabaster [Jeremy Kemp], and promptly forms an attachment to the Rev's daughter, the ethereally beautiful Eugenia [Patsy Kline]. The pair marry and settle in Eugenia's family manor, where Adamson finds himself treated with disdain and condescension by Eugenia's boorish brother. Even his wife blows hot and cold, exhibiting wanton passion one moment, and shunning all physical contact the next, leaving Adamson perplexed. The years pass, and Adamson finds himself unaware of darker undercurrents running through the Alabaster household, which harbors some very dark and perverse secrets. Adamson meanwhile dedicates himself to his bug study, aided by a poor Alabaster cousin, Matty [Kristin Scott Thomas], and it is only in the last half an hour of the movie that the action speeds up and Adamson is made aware of the darker events occurring in his home.Though I was engrossed in this story, I did find the first half rather plodding, and also quite infuriating as the viewer senses the 'secret' in the story long before naive Adamson does. Mark Rylance is credible as the unsuspecting husband and devoted naturalist, as are Kristin Scott Thomas' spinsterish Matty and Patsy Kensit's blonde beauty Eugenia. The cinematography is lush and beautiful, even to the extent of romanticizing the insects featured.Viewers need to be forewarned that there is plenty of graphic nudity in this, i.e. male and female full frontal nudity. To some extent it does serve a purpose in the narration of the story. This is no prudish Victorian drama, but a period movie that happens to deal with some dark themes. It is definitely worth checking out for fans of serious period dramas.

Nathan A (br) wrote: A good way to be introduced to Noam Chomsky. This film allows Chomsky the time and the space to convey his ideas without someone talking over the top of him.

Nicky N (au) wrote: Like Clint Eastwood But This Was Not His Best Movie.C+

Eduardo C (jp) wrote: could have sworn i reviewed this...

Larry M (au) wrote: Great mix of action and horror,the vampires feed on the lifeforce of their victims leaving them aged and withered.Kronos is a hybrid,somehow surviving a vampire bite and gaining increased longivity,he sets out with his sidekick to rid the earth of the undead. Plenty of sword fights and plot twist.Caroline Munro is one of the sexiest women to ever live,playing the gypsy girl/love interest.One of the most original movies ever produced by Hammer films. Since Hammer films is back in buisness,they should do a sequel set in the modern times,but Kronos needs to keep his swords for it to work.

Michael R (br) wrote: It has fairies. Some misguided dudes want to make money off them but a big huge butterfly saves them. Mosu ra...ya!

Samantha S (it) wrote: Another pleasant but forgettable 1940s movie-musical. The overacting is fantastically entertaining, and Gloria DeHaven is at her most beautiful.

Shawn W (br) wrote: Tastes just like Sprite, don't it?In this spin-off from the French Connection Roy Scheider is the leader of an elite team of cops (the titular soft drinks) who target high-profile crooks. New York's gangsters are being held to ransom by extortionists posing as the Seven-Ups and strike back against the cops.Set against the bleak, imposing backdrop of early 70s New York, a time in which almost every building was decaying and all new architecture was a brutalist, concrete nightmare, the Seven-Ups is every bit as old school as it could possibly be. If you like the cold, paranoid atmosphere of movies like Ronin or the retro-style of Bullitt you'll definitely get a kick out of this.Aesthetically, the film is horrific, with ugly people and bad fashion all over the place. It's an abomination of bad taste and degradation. But as a simple cop thriller it's got all the right moves. The stand-out car chase at the half-way point is quite impressive and it's a shame that it seems to have been forgotten among the ubiquitous "Best Car Chase" countdowns on TV and on the Internet.Fans of the French Connection, cop thrillers or overlooked 70s movies that represent an attitude to filmmaking and life long since gone should definitely check it out.