Prisoner of Paradise
The film tells the true story of Kurt Gerron, a German-Jewish cabaret and film actor in the 1920s and 1930s who was sent to the Theresienstadt concentration camp where he was commanded to write and direct a Nazi propaganda film.
- Stars:Libertad Leblanc, Jorge Díez, Ara Mina, Lee Robin Salazar, Mark Angelo Wilson, Wamachill Guangco, Samantha Lopez, Len Santos, Rolando Inocencio, Mike Magat, Marita Zobel, John Apacible, Ian Holm, Robert Lantz, Eleonore Hertzberg, Lone Koppel, Renée Saint-Cyr, Kees Brusse, Silvia Grohs Martin, Susanne Thaler, Hans Margules, Margit Silberfeld, Jan Fischer, Tommy Mandl, Paul Sandfort, Coco Schumann, Ela Weissberger,
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Delicate I (ru) wrote: If you're a reflective introvert I recommend it. I loved it. If you're r adhd, extrovert then it may be a little slow going for you.
Ashley W (jp) wrote: How was this even allowed to be made..
Quincy J (mx) wrote: Pretty good so far even if it did fall short on some details dealing with Oxycontin black market.
Gabi S (de) wrote: People who disliked this movie have lost sight of the real message behind the film. I don't think its purpose was to actually answer the question of how to live forever, but show us different outlooks on how to live as happy as you can while you live. If you live your life doing the things you love doing, your life will thank you with longevity and more time on earth. It also gives us a chance to hear about life and living from the perspective of people who have lived longest. I think the film does a great job at combining the spiritual things people can do to live longer and with the physical things like medicine and nutrition.
Jim F (de) wrote: Good to see Benicio Del Toro doing what he does best. That's being off his head on drugs aka Fear and Loathing. I spent the whole movie wondering if it was Halle Berry i was watching because the part looked like it was made for her. It was her. There was something a bit twisted about this drama, and a little bit ridiculous. Having kids, losing a husband and Taking in a heroin addict, and then asking him to 'help her sleep', had me cringing a bit. By the end of it all i come to the conclusion that it was all about 'letting go'.
Simon D (it) wrote: A hotel room film. You shouldn't go out of your way to watch this but it'll do if it's on the box.
Billie P (it) wrote: This is the ninth film in the original series, and it follows on the heels of the film Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later (1998). The whole film is a mistake.The film begins with Michael Myers killing his sister Laurie Strode, and then moving back into his old house in Haddonfield. A bunch of crazy college kids happen to be staying there, and they're a part of a reality TV show. Things turn foul for the kids and the show when the challenge to stay in this old haunted house turns serious, with Michael Myers killing everybody. Goodness gracious.Killing Laurie at the beginning is just throwing away a crucial character for no reason. Given that she is not integral to the rest of this bad film, she did not need to appear at all. Sad that she did.Also, it is clear from the film that the producers were just wanting to cash in on the pop culture craze of reality TV shows, without seeming to understand reality TV themselves nor how a show like this could be conducted, like in the film, that would be interesting to anybody. Fact is, the show inside this movie would be totally unwatchable.
Addy A (nl) wrote: This film is rich visually and performances strong. A better cast could not have been brought together.Standout performances - Virna Lisi, Daniel Auteuil & Isabelle Adjani, who's always pleasing to watch.
Lee P (es) wrote: an all-time fave, it's about a deep love between husband and wife, and the way we romanticize the past instead of moving into the future.
David C (ag) wrote: It has it's moments but would have been a lot better had George Cukor been able to direct as originally planned, Gene Saks was clearly in over his head. Also Lucy could have used some vocal dubbing like Rosalind Russell had in Gypsy.
Bheema D (nl) wrote: I applaud an unprecedented flood of originality exhibited in this film, but no matter how original you are, that doesn't mean it's a good film. This I would expect to be a student film without knowing who was behind it, because it focuses all of its energy on visual and narrative mechanics without actually bothering to give us more substance then a generic love story about two people we feel no need to route for, other then she's good at running and dyed her hair red.
Dov D (jp) wrote: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse may not be the best animated superhero film out there, or even close to it, but it did provide a complete, satisfying story as well as more than enough action sequences. Bottom line, this may not be Under The Red Hood, but it is definitely better than Doomsday and pretty much any Marvel film. I'd recommend it to any comic book fan.
Matthew B (br) wrote: This was a big waste of time for me. The movie may have a good death scene but overall the movie is a big mess from start to finish.