Elba island, 1814. Martino is a young teacher, idealist and strongly anti Napoleon, in love with the beautiful and noble Baroness Emily. The young man finds himself serving as librarian to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
N (Io e Napoleone)
Elba island, 1814. Martino is a young teacher, idealist and strongly anti Napoleon, in love with the beautiful and noble Baroness Emily. The young man finds himself serving as librarian to ...
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Jenni P (gb) wrote: A young aspiring rock guitarist is forced to become the musical director of the local marching band when his father is hit by a bus just four weeks before a major competition.
Ricardo Junior S (it) wrote: Raw technically, but highly passionate portrait of the "birth" of american black cinema. As his father, Mario Van Peebles gives the deepest, finest performance of his career.
John W (ca) wrote: Mostly a slow, atmospheric movie -- then a crazy ending. And while you're trying to process the ending...an even crazier ending happens.
Blind P (ru) wrote: A "based on a true story" picture about a 1969 kidnapping of American Ambassador Charles Elbrick, played with skill by an enjoyable Alan Arkin, which was desgined to draw world attention to the problems of Brazilian military dictatorship, and can serve as a blueprint for the motivations and choice of actions on both sides of similar conflicts. The strength of the film lies in characterizing each player with a touch that reminds us always of their humanity, whether it is the eagerness of a young idealist looking to impress a hardened revolutionary or a secret policeman who tortures prisoners "because it works" but then has a terrible insomnia as he cannot live with his conscience. This does not stop him from an almost manical obssession with rooting out all "the terrorists" (sound familiar?? The side without the governing power are the terrorists...) and a true cruelty of action behind the guise of a "it's just my job" motivation. It was an interesting study of the incident in question.
Gonalo C (ca) wrote: Such a great classic!!
Ricky F (ag) wrote: Wasn't impressed. I thought Sally Fields (and this is nothing against her) was miscast in this part. The screen writing and logical absurdities kept pushing me out of the film. The twist (that Gallagher was playing them all) was the only really good thing in the film -- but it wasn't enough. It just didn't hang together as a whole. The music was pretty mediocre too.
Rendy S (ru) wrote: an early work by my most favourite director!
Hannah D (ag) wrote: A cartoonishly cool cop after a cartoonishly evil villian. Some seriously questionable messages
Ben C (ru) wrote: Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke are better stoner films, but that doesn't change the fact that this film does have its moments, the best coming from Everybody Loves Raymond's Doris Roberts owning her grandson's (Allen Covert) game.
brock h (it) wrote: A very unique horror film, with real scares and not just jump scares. One of the few horror movies that has made me stop and think. The soundtrack is one of the best I've heard, it was phenominal. Jay is a very relatable character who develops well over the course of the movie.
John R (us) wrote: 150919: Wonderful film. Terrible yet inspiring. Made me wish Canada would separate itself from its ties to Great Britain and the Queen.
Sue S (nl) wrote: White, an atheist played by Tommy Lee Jones, is saved from throwing himself in front of a train by a true believer, Black (Samuel L. Jackson). Black believes it was Jesus who had directed him to be there at that train station, at that particular time to save White from his desire to just be done already with this world. Set entirely in Black's gritty apartment, it's all dialogue driven, with plenty of philosophy and religion.