Stig-Helmer takes another vacation with his Norwegian friend Ole. This time it's time for a skiing vacation in the Alps. Of course, Stig-Helmer has never learned downhill skiing, but he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Snowroller - Sällskapsresan II
Stig-Helmer takes another vacation with his Norwegian friend Ole. This time it's time for a skiing vacation in the Alps. Of course, Stig-Helmer has never learned downhill skiing, but he ...
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Sri R (au) wrote: Its good .. must watch
Kong L (ca) wrote: POWERFUL | RIVETING | UNREAL (97-out-of-100)
Norman F (jp) wrote: Boring and unengaging.
Kristi M (it) wrote: How on earth was this movie boring? It has a large budget with talented actors and some pretty decent twists so boring is quite an accomplishment. This is proof that bad editing and gross misuse of ominous music can ruin anything.
Michael W (au) wrote: An artful, thoughtful film. It is a remarkably intelligent exploration on several levels. It may be too evolved for most theater-goers who are looking for "all action, no story" fast-food entertainment. For anyone who has quested after meaning to existence- this is the film for them. It's a wonderfully beautiful and painful love story too.Kudos to Coppola!
Knox M (kr) wrote: Alan J. Pakula's ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN is a movie that demands your attention, and fortunately for us we're sucked in involuntarily. Sure, with all the names that link to the McGuffin it does get somewhat confusing, but by the end you've sorted everything out. The film is structured like a Russian doll, you start with the largest piece of evidence and work your way down. The movie is shot like a documentary that was somehow cut to look like a suspense film. There are no personal subplots that get in the way, just straight information. It's clear that the writer was just aiming for the bare bones. In some ways it's episodic, but from what I know journalism is very episodic. The picture feels somewhat like straight-facts Andromeda Strain, minus the science fiction but plus the paranoia and determination. There are no moments of tension crafted in the editing room, although some of it can be accredited to that, it is straight drama depicted through the performances, which are incredible. When thinking that this and Network lost to Rocky for the Best Picture Oscar is frustrating.
John M (jp) wrote: Yelling at my television set. So this is about an older woman named Doris (Sally Field) who has essentially become grandfathered in to the company she works for. She gets the hots for the new guy (Max Greenfield), but how can she close the deal when there is a barrier of 30+ years between them? I didn't know what to expect from this, but it came highly recommend to me by a trusted critic, so I was eager to watch it. I was actually kind of floored by how much this won me over; it is an atypical story that reverses normality in the traditional storytelling sense that we see in movies, and I will forever love a movie with awkward sensibilities, which this film has for days. Now what makes this movie so special is the role reversal that occurs very early on. You see plenty of movies where the silver fox older man pursues the girl who is young enough to be his daughter, but seldom vice versa. It's not like she's playing a cougar, this is just an older woman who is more of a homebody than anything. There's nothing about her that screams sexy, but this is her story and it will be told. You really have to give it up to Sally Field for having the gall to play a character like this, and it is not something that you very often see. There are so few actresses out there that have the desire to play this type of character, never mind directors that want to tell their stories. It is not a flattering role as she plays this sad hoarder of a woman, but Field commits fully, giving it her all to this awkward and creepy older lady. It reaches the point that you always sympathize with her, despite this being a story where she's overly quirky to the point of being ineffectual. This movie is the equivalent to watching your mom or grandmother try to hook up with a younger man, and it is as uncomfortable as you would probably imagine. I don't think I've ever seen a movie that is quite like this before, and it got quite the reaction out of me; it reaches the point that I was shouting at my television in an effort to try and get this woman to stop exacerbating an already awful situation. This movie is all about the lies that we tell ourselves that allow for us to be happy, and Sally Field brings the character of Doris to life 110%. I really loved this movie a lot, and I want to watch it again, it is just that delightfully gawky.