Scusi, lei è normale?
- Stars:Severo Fernández, Sofía Bozán, Héctor Calcaño, Marisa Cobián, Inés Edmonson, Pedro Fiorito, Miguel Gómez Bao, Pedro Quartucci, Teresa Serrador, Marino Seré, Renzo Montagnani, Ray Lovelock, Anna Maria Rizzoli, Salvatore Jacono, Vinicio Diamanti, Susanna Schemmari, Enzo Andronico, Luca Sportelli, Marcello Martana, Dante Cleri, Paolo Baroni, Marco Tulli, Sammy Barbot, Aldo Maccione, Enzo Cerusico,
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William L (mx) wrote: As Oliver Field's father, Hal, is discovering he has a cancerous tumor in his lung, there is one more thing he would like to get off his chest- he's gay. Over the next four years, Hal transforms into a fun-loving, eccentric, friendly man quite different from his routine, austere former self. Oliver sees these changes in his father, who is now terminally ill but trying to make light of it, and unknowingly changes himself."What is REAL?" 'Does it hurt?' asked the Rabbit. 'Sometimes,' said the Skin Horse, for he was always truthful. 'When you are Real you don't mind being hurt.' 'Does it happen all at once, like being wound up,' he asked, 'or bit by bit?' 'It doesn't happen all at once,' said the Skin Horse. 'You become. It takes a long time. That's why it doesn't happen often to people who break easily, or have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept. Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But these things don't matter at all, because once you are Real you can't be ugly, except to people who don't understand."These words stand at the core of the film. They were used by Oliver's father in an art opening he curated composed of stuffed animals collected in his community. At the time, unknown to Oliver, this art opening was most likely a tribute to the then recently deceased Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be elected to public office. These words resonate in the lives of both Hal and Oliver, with Hal becoming real bit by bit, with Hal's stoic nature preventing him from indulging in exploration of his true self until he is widowed and near death. While Oliver becomes real all at once, leaping from his father's death in an exploration of love, happiness, and himself. Oliver's transformation from his former self takes the form of a young boy bearing witness to his parents' empty marriage to having the courage to explore the happiness in love on his own terms.With excellent performances from Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer, Beginners manages to be both a comedy and a deeply moving portrait of a father and son. The bond between Oliver and his dog, Arthur captures and mimics the bond between Oliver and his mother as a young child. Mike Mills' autobiographical film uses tenderness and humor to sketch out the enduring bonds between the main characters.
ArYa DarMa D (mx) wrote: 4/5 Ratings for Requim For a DreamF: 80%R :20%Crime 40% Drama 60%
MANISH Y (it) wrote: really awesome one of my fav movie
Juan D (jp) wrote: emotiva peli sobre la realidad social, politica y educativa de una pequena ciudad francesa en la actualidad... que no esta para nada alejada de la nuestra.
Mark C (de) wrote: do not see this movie save yourself (and 2 hours of your life).
Paul A (mx) wrote: The story of the 47 Ronin is one of the most celebrated in the history of the Samurai. The true story briefly centres around 300+ Samurai, who became Ronin after their Lord was forced to commit seppuku. Of these, 47 refused to allow their Lord's death to go unavenged, and set about seeking revenge. They spent the next 14 months deceiving everyone into thinking had become drunks, tradesmen, or monks. The plan was to lure their target into a false sense of security and thereby increase their chances once they eventually attacked.The whole thing is fascinating, intriguing, interesting, and many other words ending in ing.None of these words can be used to describe this film.The reason is that this film has nothing to do with the story of the 47 Ronin, it has just simply stolen the title in order to "cash in" on the fame and popularity of the actual story.Bizarrely the film is set in a fantasy world. At the beginning of the film we are introduced to an action sequence featuring an attack by an entirely mythical beast. Nothing wrong with that per say expect that no other mythical beasts are seen for the rest of the film. So are we having a fantasy setting or not, if you are why are there no more mythical beasts, if you aren't going to bother any more why stick one at the beginning? Oh yes, there is a fifteen foot walking set of Samurai Armour with no one in side it as well, but that a totally unexplained and highly confusing character, which has no need to be in the film as everything it does could have been achieved by a real person.There is also a shape shifting witch, again, nothing wrong with that, expect that she's the only one. The other problem as well is that even though the witch can transform herself, none of what she actually does requires her to have magical powers anyway, all her actions could have been performed by a normal human character without magical abilities, all they require is a knowledge of hallucinogenic poisons. She seems to have been given shape shifting abilities for exactly the same reason the film starts off with a mystical beast, because all the GCI looks good onscreen.There is also no explanation other than "he wandered out of a magical forest" to explain why Keanu Reeves character, a westerner, is in 18th Century Japan. (all be it a mystical fantasy version of 18th Century Japan).In short, the film can't decide what it is, and most of it makes little or no sense, which is understandable once you learn about the huge amount of studio interference that caused the film to be re-written and re-shot until it became so confusing no one knew what the hell they were doing any more.The studio apparently had very high hopes for this film in Japan, showing their total misunderstanding of the Japanese market. Imagine if the tables where turned. Imagine if the Japanese made a film about the battle of the Alamo. Imagine they cast a Japanese actor as the main lead, imagine if they ignored the heroic last stand element that has cemented the story deep into US folklore and instead, into the film, inserted Wizards, Witches and Godzilla battling Mothra. You start to get the idea.If this film had actually been about the 47 Ronin it would have been good, if it had been made by the people who made 13 Assassins it would have been lots of words ending in "ing". But it wasn't, and it isn't. It's just sh*t, a confusing mess of a film and serves only to illustrate why Studio's should not interfere with the visions of film makers.There are not really any redeeming features that I could call upon to recommend you watch this. Instead read a book about the 47 Ronin, it's much more interesting, or if you want to watch samurai hacking each other to pieces watch 13 Assassins. But don't whatever you do watch this, ever.
Eric R (it) wrote: Rewatched July 2016: I remember watching and liking this at about 8 years old and still holds up as a suspenseful action character piece. Admittedly, the sexual suggestions from the kid were increasingly awkward, but still a very good performance from Portman. It's an easy film but good at what it was. Hoping to return to when movies were well written.
Kenneth L (de) wrote: Collard's biography on film is unsentimentally unrelenting, savage and passionate but ultimately hopeful. Romane Bohringer is electrifying.
Matthew C (jp) wrote: Mark Singer, looking stoned out of his mind and more than a little freaked out by everything around him, returns as Dar, lunkhead and animal friend. But this time he's facing off against dastardly 70s castoff Wings Hauser, dressed up like the Phantom of the Opera. Oh, and they end up in LA for a while?for some reason. Filled with goofy humor, plenty of hysterically bad acting, and more moments of Mark Singer looking confused than I thought one film could handle. This is a must see for lovers of great cheese. I suddenly want to watch Trancers really bad, or at least, I Come in Peace.
Monica T (us) wrote: Funny ole- school movie. Good actors cute story line
Dimitris S (ag) wrote: Arguably placed amongst the delicious buffets of the zombie massacres of early 80's,the screaming heralds or/and the aggravating,conscientious ecological matters remove the gory element.The bare necessities as they are,enjoyable anyhow.
Sarah L (br) wrote: A MUCH lighter film than 400 Blows. Kinda boring in some parts (I preferred Bed and Board) but still entertaining
Ming Rou H (it) wrote: Quite touching in a way that I can really relate it to a real person's life... It's simple yet charming little romantic, funny movie.
Licinia C (ru) wrote: Terrible!Bad script,bad acting, bad directing, bad everything
AW C (ag) wrote: Frank Miller: Let's take imaginative Will Eisner's resurrection crime series and turn it into a completely ungrounded freak fest while unnecessarily ripping off Sin City's visuals, except now its unstylish and very,very,very lazy. Let's also make the characters funny and the Spirit a badly acted man slut.