A wedding invite from an estranged sibiling inspires a grandmother to assemble her family and embark on a roadtrip in a broken down caravan.
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Vincent B (fr) wrote: A voir comme une petite s (C)rie B l'ancienne, humble et qui pte pas plus haut que son cul. Et puis dedans, il y a : du gore qui tache, des monstres en latex rigolos, un h (C)ros stupide la Ash et l'immense R.Englund. Que du bonheur quoi. =)
Steve W (de) wrote: The cast is amazing but the movie is not. I really liked Rebecca Hall, and this would be the picture to earn Penelope Cruz an Oscar, but I felt the narration really bogged down the picture. There is a bit of pretentiousness, which I understand was the intention, but it doesn't add to much in terms of a layered film, just a sort of distraction. I don't consider it one of Allen's better later pictures.
Pete G (it) wrote: If its hard rock your after this will disappoint as its more just a story surrounding the lifestyle of a rock star! Good watch
Russ B (de) wrote: 11/15/2015: Meh. It was just ok. Not near as good as the new Bind films with Craig.
Andrew I (ru) wrote: Absorbing WW2 film from Verhoeven, which will probably be considered a close 2nd to Zwartboek by most people. This is slightly less pacy and mainstream, yet possibly more thought-provoking. To me, the only flaws I saw were that the colouration of the film looked a bit 1970s and nowhere near as vivid as the more modern Zwartboek, and also the jumping to & from Dutch-English became slightly annoying (I would've preferred the film 99% in Dutch as the English actors were all rather 'stiff upper lip' and stereotypical.) The music wasn't brilliant either. That said, this is an interesting historical film that is unfortunately rather difficult to come by. If you find it, watch it.
Gavin M (gb) wrote: Another phenomenal Spaghetti western directed by the great Sergio Leone. Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef are fantastic together. And Giana Maria Volonte is just as superb as the villain as he also was in "A Fistful of Dollars," as he is in this 2nd adaption to the Man with No Name trilogy.
UncleLarry A (it) wrote: Great movie. I wish it was available on vudu
Anthony T (ca) wrote: Near perfect comedy. Wish more movies were like this.