Porto of My Childhood
Manoel de Oliveira's autobiographical documentary about returning to his hometown.
- Stars:Audrey Tautou, Samuel Le Bihan, Isabelle Carré, Jorge Trêpa, Ricardo Trêpa, Maria de Medeiros, Manoel de Oliveira, José Wallenstein, Rogério Samora, Nelson Freitas, Jorge Loureiro, António Costa, José Maria Vaz da Silva, David Cardoso, Leonor Baldaque, Leonor Silveira, António Fonseca, Nuno Sousa,
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Isaiah W (jp) wrote: if you like tim heidecker in tim and eric you probably won't like this ,ovie but I'm not saying you won't because i love tim and eric and i coudnt find much wrong with this movie it is just out of the tim and eric vibe because it seems really artsy and tim and his friends in the movie seem hipster so i wouldn't recommend it but i wouldn't "not"take it like this if you wanna see tim heidecker in something else this is tim heidecker in something else
Kareem S (de) wrote: A could-have-been masterpiece documentary about the graffiti movement, but they kept running around in circles which made it a boring and predictable doc.Its nice to watch it though, just put the film on mute, play some of your favorite music, sit back and enjoy the scenery.
Ksu K (br) wrote: There are some sort of cliches for this kind of western genre and unnecessary scenes functioning only for being seen stylish. Nevertheless, I have to accept that it is cool movie.
Stuart K (it) wrote: Directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill (1999), Changing Lanes (2002) and Morning Glory (2010)), and written by Hanif Kureishi (My Beautiful Launderette (1985) and Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (1987)), this is a touching and very funny comedy-drama about the growing pains of the autumn years of life. It has a great little ensemble of old thespians at it's centre, and it's a good character study too. In London, aging actor Maurice Russell (Peter O'Toole), who spends a lot of time with his friends Ian (Leslie Phillips) and Donald (Richard Griffiths), things take a bad turn when Maurice learns he has prostate cancer, and that he doesn't have long left, but Maurice then meets Ian's great-niece Jessie (Jodie Whittaker), who Ian puts down as a trouble maker and a nuisance. But, Maurice finds a sort of comfort in Jessie, even though she's a bit of a chav and from the North, where there's no manners. Even Jessie finds something in Maurice, he's a man who will listen to her, and in a way, he understands her growing pains, and she understands his. It's a moving film, with O'Toole giving a beautifully underplayed performance, and brilliant support from Whittaker, they do make a good pairing, and Phillips puts in a very good performance too, shedding his upper-class image for good with a foul mouthed turn.
Rajiv L (ru) wrote: very under rated movie.Bobby Deol is awesome.
Alex A (ru) wrote: "Ravenous" is a period-piece slasher mixed with native american mythology and a bit of dark humor. The music, the plot, and the acting all work together fantastically to create a truly unique and enjoyable film.
Michael C (jp) wrote: First off, let just say that I LOVE the Macross Francise, to the point of being abnoxious about it. That said, I really hate this movie, because it's pretty bad. Didn't have any of the cool music of Plus, or the chessy dialogue of 'Do You Remember Love?'. It was just bad.
Ben Z (fr) wrote: A witty, clever, odd and sensual delight from Hal Hartley.
Jon M (kr) wrote: love it. if you love gremlins you will love this. little hungry space critters with a very hungry appetite.
Stephen M (ru) wrote: This is what Kim Basinger should have won Oscar for. Troubling love story based on Sam Shepherd play, I think. Even the film comes across like you are watching the action on a stage. Tight cast, secret past, odd slice-of-life.
Leo L (br) wrote: the first half of this is very entertaining. but then Flemming disappears, and there's no one to look at. no De Niro - no funbut of course, that's not the only reason. after the first hour the movie descends into something so ridiculous it's not even funny