Red Monarch

Red Monarch

British comedy satirising Stalin's inner circle as an absolute monarchs court. In the face of rampant abuse of power and poisonous distrust some still manage to keep faith with the Bolshevist creed until the very end. In front of the firing squad a stalwart bolshevist of the first hour exclaims: "Even in the best democracy errors are being made!"

About Stalin's inner circle who he starts seeing as untrustworthy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew M (jp) wrote: The Lone Ranger is a bit of a mixed bag. There's a lot of admirable aspects in this film, and when they work, they really elevate the movie. Armies Hammer is actually a pretty solid lead as the Lone Ranger, despite his characterization being a little wonky at times. Johnny Depp is up to his painted face and goofy mannerism antics again, and despite being pretty derivative to his other roles (not to mention the fact that he's a white actor playing a Native American), he's never truly bad. The infamous inflated budget is put to good use, with lots of beautiful production values. The cinematography is often quite beautiful, and the practical sets and costumes are pleasant and add to the setting. All of these things culminate in a bombastic climax with just the right blend of action and humor, all while blaring Hans Zimmer's ten minute take of the famous overture. The film might just be worth sitting through for that scene alone.It's the narrative where things fall apart though. The climax may balance humor and dramatic moments nicely, but the rest of the film struggles in that regard. Gore Verbinski can't seem to decide if this is a serious western with fantastical elements or a swashbuckling comedy. Considering his work on the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, which balanced these two things nicely, it's kind of bizarre that he can't nail down a solid tone in The Lone Ranger. The idea of telling this story ultimately through flashbacks of an elderly Tonto is unnecessary, and really adds nothing to the movie: this story is perfectly fine without it. Also unnecessary is its two and a half hour runtime, which really drags during the less exciting moments of the film. An easy half an hour (at least) could've been shaved and given this one some stronger pacing.The box office returns may imply a trainwreck (no pun intended), but The Lone Ranger isn't all that bad. In spite of its narrative and pacing issues, there's a lot of fun to be had here, and anyone willing to go into the movie without expecting a western classic will likely be entertained.

kyo 9 (br) wrote: hmm..life of an actress is kinda challenging especially when u're not famous yet..gosh, life is hard..

Kevin R (au) wrote: Dead is better!Jeff Matthews is still struggling with his parents being separated when his mother unfortunately dies while working on a movie set. He moves in with his father in a heavily wooded area in Maine. His friend, who is struggling with family issues, has his step father kill his dog and he barriers the dog in the pet cemetery....when the step father dies, they make the same mistake. How will Jeff and his friend deal with the dog and step dad that return from the dead."Next time it might be a good idea to give me a blood sample when the animal is still alive."Mary Lambert, director of Pet Semetary, The In Crowd, Clubland, Halloweentown II, Urban Legends: Bloody Mary, The Attic, Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, and the upcoming The Executioner, delivers Pet Semetary 2. The storyline for this picture is very mediocre, seemed forced, and was poor quality. The acting was also disappointing compared to the first film and the cast includes Edward Furlong, Anthony Edwards, Clancy Brown, Sarah Trigger, and Darlanne Fluegel."I swear that dog is dumber than lobster bait."I have always thought this was terrible but decided to give this a viewing for the first time in a long time off HBOGO. I can say I still found this entertaining in an 80s bad horror picture kind of way (even though it came out in 1992, it felt 80s horror bad). Overall, this is a must see for those that enjoyed the first one...but not really at the same time. I'd probably skip this one unless you're a horror movie junkie. "You heard about the place where the dead rise?"Grade: C-

alex f (es) wrote: i could watch hopper get drunk and talk about turhune basketball all day!

Brian R (us) wrote: Robert Altman's Thieves Like Us is a touching little boring film. It's touching because we have two characters who come from the Great Depression who fall in love and drink a lot of Coca-Cola. Keith Carradine has two other friends and they enjoy robbing banks and playing robbers at home with the small kids. At first it might sound like a Bonnie and Clyde type of story but its not as once again Altman is more interested in characters and their behaviors Altman is a fillmmaker not into plots. I didn't enjoy this film it is really slow and is difficult to sit down and enjoy. Thieves Like Us is well edited, and well shot but even good looking pictures has their faults even this one.

Pau G (de) wrote: Il n'a pas rien de spcial Mais on la peut consid?rer un peu pr?d?cesseur de tout ces films tip? ? slice of life ? Peut ?tre jai d? regarder avant ? Les quatre cents coups ?

Sean D (kr) wrote: Whoa! That was an intense film! I've been meaning to see it for a while. It is very good!