Neue Vahr Süd

Neue Vahr Süd

1980, West Germany. Frank Lehmann is drafted into the Bundeswehr because he neglected to object. As his petty-bourgeois pa claims his room for TV repairs, Frank moves in with hippie ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   riot,   beating,  

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Jen B (ca) wrote: Minus the f-word & crude language/themes (would be a 5 star)...didn't have to go so far with many of the overtop drug/sex themes

Zach O (fr) wrote: The best Bruce Campbell movie since Bubba Hotep, and one of his better films period. It sticks to the standard action-drama formula, but Bruce is front and center and really shines. This is one of the best made for TV films I've ever seen, and worth viewing for Burn Notice fans. If you're not a big Bruce Campbell or Burn Notice fan, you'll probably still enjoy the film, though maybe not on the same level.

allyson w (kr) wrote: ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!

Hani H (de) wrote: I just cant see Paul Dano as a cool drama actor. he is more into psycho movies and this role was not for him. Very long movie and alot of unnecessary dialogue. the viewer loses the whole sight of the movie in the first 25 minutes.

Bruno C (gb) wrote: This is really more of a movie for the Steven Wilson obsessed Porcupine Tree fans. I have some mixed feelings about the whole thing, but the general message is strong if not a little repetitive of SW's outlook on the music industry and the degeneration of the music consumer and artist. Great cinematography at times, though not a fan of much of the handheld stuff that Hoile edited in.Not really a well thought-out review yet, but I can say this: Insurgentes is a very interesting doc...to get a glimpse into the head of Steven Wilson, to watch the surrealistic shots of the UK and Mexico.

Kim (fr) wrote: Knock off Indy Movie and not a very good one either! It was watchable but is no where as good as Indy!

Megan N (it) wrote: Very great visual and sound effects, story line, and character development. Love, love, love this movie. It is a great movie for all ages.

Ash S (us) wrote: Hot well-spoken black man in leather? yes!

Adrian B (kr) wrote: A young boy is brought up in a poor Montreal housing development through an extremely dysfunctional family. He discovers that he was not born to his French father but an Italian man, for which he changes his name from Leo to Leolo. I assume that French-Canadian director Jean Claude Lauzon wanted to do a film through the eyes of young boy, like Ingmar Bergman did with "Fanny and Alexander" and people liked this movie. After a while, I found it repellent. Starts off haunting but degenerates into scenes of nauseation and utter stupidity, which include a psychotic grandfather that lives with the family after attempting to kill Leolo years before; the carcass of a dead dog floating in the river (assumingly the St. Lawrence); the abuse of a cat; and a family business of defecating, with the assistance of laxatives. Characters all around are unappealing and the result is unpleasant. Really nasty film goes from interesting character study to trashy, relentless footage. Note: we also get to see the grandfather naked, in which a mass of soap strategically covers a specific part of the body!

David W (nl) wrote: Why do sequels to B horror movies tend to be nothing more than a watered down and forced version of the original movie's plot? This movie is awful...I couldn't sit through the whole thing honestly. Even for a horror movie, the stupidity of the characters is just too much to sit through. If you watch it, you'd know what I mean, but please, don't watch it.

Sarah L (ru) wrote: Such a sweet, sad, and funny romantic film.

Private U (fr) wrote: He plays the same character he did on Little House on the Prarie.