Shoot the Pianist

Shoot the Pianist

Charlie Kohler is a piano player in a bar. The waitress Lena is in love with him. One of Charlie's brother, Chico, a crook, takes refuge in the bar because he is chased by two gangsters, ...

Charlie Kohler is a piano player in a bar. The waitress Lena is in love with him. One of Charlie's brother, Chico, a crook, takes refuge in the bar because he is chased by two gangsters, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Shashank P (mx) wrote: crazy n funny one ...

Brynn H (mx) wrote: OMG... I LOVED this movie.!!!

Marie P (au) wrote: I love this movie so much

Louis L (ag) wrote: Nice soundtrack and good story!1334

Roarke M (nl) wrote: If you haven't seen it yet and like the creepy ones, watch it.

Mark F (gb) wrote: An underrated film. More of a family drama than a western. Dmytryck explores racial prejudice against American Indians using a half-breed as his main character echoing the situation of the African Americans that led to the civil rights movement a few years later.

Matt R (nl) wrote: Uwe Boll delivers another first rate steaming pail of dog shit... if I didn't get some sort of tickle from watching these movies I'd run so far away it's untrue. Another dud for poor old Dolph...

jesse m (nl) wrote: A giant sized misfire. It had the cast, the crew, and the budget to pull off a fun fairy spectacle... but only one word sums up the final result... LACKLUSTER. Just about everything about this film was so uninspired, dull, and lifeless on screen from the cosplay level costumes to the humorless approach. The plot never took any interesting turns, and anytime you'd think something interesting was going to happen, the story would retreat back to mediocrity. The problem isn't that it's a BAD movie per se, it isn't. It's just an absurdly average fantasy film that does nothing to stand out. The giants were the only thing the filmmakers did right thank God, but it matters not when they're surrounded by a wasted cast, a sleep inducing pace, and a whole lot of nothing going on. It is a chore to sit thru, and it's a 200 million dollar film that is creatively bankrupt. It also certainly implies what a hack director Bryan Singer has become.

WS W (mx) wrote: Better than what it looks like to be.

Manu G (ca) wrote: To get the story, they'll risk everything.Good Film! What "Welcome To Sarajevo" did was open my eyes and help me realize how fortunate I am. Sarajevo was a peaceful, metropolitan city not unlike many cities in North America. But it is no longer. It's almost too easy to clear your mind of the strife going on in other parts of the world. Sometimes we feel guilty for being so fortunate. Sometimes we feel horror at the news reports of inhuman atrocities. And most times we shut out the reality of it as it is rarely affecting us in a personal way.This gripping tale of war-torn Sarajevo is told through the eyes of British reporters. It will probably shock, jar and depress you, but it will most certainly increase your sense of global awareness, and instill a better appreciation of the liberties that most of us have taken for granted. Images from concentration camps hauntingly mimic those from fifty years ago.This film is based on an amazing true story of one man's personal involvement and promise to rescue one refugee child and the great lengths to which he must go to deliver her from a war zone.I caught this film in its limited theatrical run following its inclusion in the 1997 Toronto Film Festival. I exited the theater with my wife in a staggering awe-struck state. No one could fully communicate what it would be like to live in a war zone, but this film gives you a potent taste without pulling any punches.What this means is that most people will likely find it difficult to recommend this film to friends. It's not an uplifting tale, but it is an extremely important one, and I feel privileged and fortunate for having seen it.Journalist Floyd from US, Michael Henderson from UK and their teams meet the beginning of Bosnian war in Sarajevo. During their reports they find an orphanage run by devoted Mrs. Savic near the front line. Henderson gets so involved in kids' problems that he decides to take on the children, Emira, illegally back to England. He is assisted by American aid worker Nina.