Olympia Part One: Festival of the Nations
The First part of Olympia, a documentary about the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin by German Director Leni Riefenstahl. The film played in theaters in 1938 and again in 1952 after the fall of the Nazi Regime.
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Liam F (de) wrote: how can you whach ~
Mark O (nl) wrote: What would you pick if you could only remember one event in your life? Well this film makes you think about that. It might be tiresome to watch if one doesn't understand Japanese.
Vadim D (ag) wrote: While Leto is charismatic and engaging as Prefontaine, the film never really takes off, and turns out to be a formulaic approach to a biopic. Even though this film beat Without Limits to the screens, it wasn't about the sprint, but the distance, and Without Limits went much further in satisfaction.
Chris C (it) wrote: Don Johnson's head opens like a Kool-Aid jar at the end.
addiena i (kr) wrote: Pure madness. I liked it!
Anjori H (ca) wrote: I liked the older version better (one with Rekha)
MsDonna S (es) wrote: This movie is not the one...The stars were Philip Michael Thomas, Irene Cara...this is a totally different movie.
Sophia S (de) wrote: Worth watching only for one reason - Vivien Leigh...she is awesome...otherwise the movie tends to be boring..not a comedy as described..
TheMumblelover (au) wrote: Superb in every way. A true masterclass of a movie.
Eliabeth H (ru) wrote: this movie made me cry
kalamoon a (kr) wrote: , .. ,, , , , , ,, .... . , ,, ( )... B-
Cameron R (ru) wrote: This was a really great movie and super intense too, I mean wow, I said oh shit out loud quite a lot during it too, I highly recommend this to anyone who likes bloody gangster films, it has great performances from everyone, several intense moments along with funny moments that lightened the tension from time to time, and even a bit of action too. One of my co workers recommended this to me and I'm awful glad he did, and I found out a while ago that this and boyz n the hood are what GTA: San Andreas is based off of with a bit of 1995's casino mixed in, and that's a win win if you ask me
Jon P (jp) wrote: Friday the 13th dons a badge and truncheon in William Lustig and Larry Cohen's cult crime slasher. Except this time, Jason comes in the form of B-movie legend, Robert Z'Dar.Capricious characters and dull death scenes occupy a world of wobbly women and watered-down horror tropes, yet there's bags of fun to be had in revelling at the ingenious way Maniac Cop manages to be over-dramatic, yet completely devoid of drama at the same time.Nobody takes cover, everybody leaps to conclusions and the whodunnit elements of the film fall flat on their face, because nobody else in the universe looks even a little like Robert Z'Dar. Especially not Bruce Campbell.Trashy, slashy silliness with a slo-mo shower scene to die for.
Greg W (gb) wrote: more than just a chick flick more than just another cancer movie it was quite good from the director of 'twilight' & '13' but why use the same letter font and color blue just like 'the fault in our stars'