Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet

Romeo and Juliet (Russian: Ромео и Джульетта, translit. Romeo i Dzhulyetta) is a 1955 Soviet ballet film directed by Lev Arnshtam. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.

Romeo and Juliet (Russian: Ромео и Джульетта, translit. Romeo i Dzhulyetta) is a 1955 Soviet ballet film directed by Lev Arnshtam. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Peter W (jp) wrote: Redneck country music stars against Mexican drug dealers. Starts quite funny, after a while it seems to lose its pace and focus. The story is pretty silly, but on the whole it was better than I expected.

Maya V (fr) wrote: movie is different .... and well made..

Darren B (ca) wrote: Filmed here in own backyard comes NUMB. Despite numerous flaws was actually done up very well for a local indie flick. A cast of unknowns amongst a gorgeous backdrop of BC in the winter. On iTunes and worth checking out!

Garret I (ru) wrote: Balls to the walls is not accurate enough to describe how this limb crushing, Face destroying, and all around gory film that this is. It is an hour and a half of pure and extreme violence. The story is kind of awful, but everything from the soundtrack to the way that it looks to the classic one liners spouted from Agent Paul Budianski makes this a thrill to watch from beginning to end.

David J (us) wrote: Michelle, ohh so hott!

Gregory M (nl) wrote: The good parts are scattered throughout this movie, but they are lost in the mess of the narative and the long scenes. It had a story to tell, not very convincing, but it was fun. Steve Sandvoss owned his scenes as the Elder.

Brett B (kr) wrote: An awkward but enjoyable mash-up of vampiric horror and high adventure. The plotting is a little uneven, and the characters barely more than one-note, but there's an eagerness to entertain on display that's infectious, the interplay between the cast members is good fun, and the atmosphere - as is the case with so many of Hammer's films - is top flight.