Populärmusik från Vittula is the filmed version of a best-selling book by the same name from author Mikael Niemi. Full of the comic life, slapstick humor, a friendship between to boys, and a look at life on the northern boarder of Sweden. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two boys grow up together in town of Pajala at 60's united by rock-n-roll music.
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Cody Q (mx) wrote: Surprisingly beautiful flow of soundtrack and precise dialog that leaves the viewer entranced, aroused, and in love.
Matthew B (au) wrote: If somebody ask me what Paul Potts is like as a person well I only got a few things to say, His honest and good at what he does and his a big shy guy with a big heart. This movie is about a shy, oft-abused shop assistant who secretly harbors a talent for opera singing. He tires out for the show "Britain's Got Talent" - makes it to the big stage, and the rest, as they say, is history. This movie had good acting and the ending was really sad and happy at the same time, But the one thing that i felt could have been redone is some scenes that go nowhere.
Michael M (br) wrote: This movie was something that I stumbled upon while flipping through the on demand choices and it was able to get through it with company. It was very strong as it hit some emotional cords for me having served in the combat theater, and then dealing with families via the chaplain service. Kevin Bacon did a very respectable and honorable portrait of a warrior's last ride to his home of record. It is not meant to uplifting or inspiring type of film, at least the way I felt after watching it. I was probably more raw than other viewers but my wife xsaid she thought it was good, and it helped her to understand a little more about the huge sacrifice that some have made that is lost in the background of the 20 second newsbites, between episodes of reality TV shows of the Kardashians, Survivor or Dr. Phil.Sempre Fidelis
BellaRay (mx) wrote: True story - I'm sold.
Eric N (br) wrote: certainly creepy and well done, but no surprises whatsoever.
Tony L (br) wrote: The movie is extremely interesting, its like Inception the 2001 version... the last 15 minutes make this movie; the music is surreal and the acting is impeccable during the last scene... WATCH CLOSE because there is a lesson learned which is "one decision can affect ones path immensely"...
Kendra S (mx) wrote: I'm rating this based on how much I liked it when I was about ten. It's a tween flick--adults, watch at your own risk.
Lanky Man P (fr) wrote: Typical Dangerfield one-liners.
Akash Y (au) wrote: Recommended by a friend. very good movie.
Francisco H (ru) wrote: I really like this movie a lot! I will admit that that it takes a bit of time to get really good, but if you stick with it you will see a great movie with great characters, strong plot, nice setting, and many other things that are just straight up good! There are a few problems, like the pacing at the start of the movie, but i can still recommend this to anyone who wants a good movie about what happened to the Japanese americans during WWII!
Jussi M (it) wrote: Leffasta on kolme eri versiota. 102 min theatrical cut, 145 min The Cabal Cut ja 120 min The Director's Cut. Nkemni versio oli 120 min versio.
Tommy J (es) wrote: A little slow (no pun intended) in parts, but the final race is classic. Every runner must watch this movie. "It's Gomudi and Clark. Here comes Billy Mills!" I don't know how many times I have relived this moment during my running over the years.
David B (it) wrote: The sword is the soul. Study the soul to know the sword.
Raji K (ru) wrote: West Side Story is an updated version of Romeo and Juliet. Instead of the Montagues and Capulets, we have Puerto Rican gang known as the Sharks vs. an American Gang known as the Jets. Maria and Tony fall in love at first sight, but must deal with the fact that the two sides hate each other. West Side Story is an instant classic, and Leonard Bernstein's score makes this one of the best films of all time. The direction times the action in sync with the music, and the performances rightfully earned this film 10 Oscars. This movie stands the test of time and should be watched.
Felipe A (ag) wrote: Brilhante, um dos melhores filmes de com (C)dia de todos os tempos !!
John B (ca) wrote: Lost in the annals of history is this early film that doesn't stretch the use of film making. The westerns that followed easily make this one forgettable.
Ashley J (gb) wrote: Has an indie, European (in terms of limited dialogue) feel to it. Distinctly ambiguous in terms of setting (you don't know where it takes place until the end, I still can't tell which decade it's supposed to be). Really cool concept: I'm not sure if this was the intention, but IT is basically HIV personified. I wasn't at all scared, but I was pretty entertained. Would recommend.
Sgt C (br) wrote: (20%)Besides Leprechaun in the hood part 2, I've seen all of these movies and the only aspect that kept the wheels going round for all those editions was Warwick Davis. He was always was fun to watch, and despite the quality dipping very low towards the later films, he always gave the impression that he at least cared and was trying to create an enjoyable final product. This though features a mute killer goblin likened monster with predator vision that has barely anything in common with the comical character we've grown to expect. So what you're left with is a typical generic Hollywood horror B-picture with a broken view of Ireland (the pub scenes appear to be set within the 19th century), that's void of any thrills, and would be considered quite tame even by 1950's horror standards. It isn't terrible, but everyone has seen this type of fluff many times before.
Matthew B (br) wrote: Great film about one of my favorite artists