Some Birds Can't Fly

Some Birds Can't Fly

The doctors predicted Vesna to have one more year. The very sick girl is taken, by her estranged grandfather, up to the mountains, where she learns of a different life.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:Serbian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:leukemia,  

Doctors predicted to Vesna one more year. Very sick girl was taken by her grandfather (Bata Zivojinovic) to the mountains. However, in this true story, faith played with little Vesna... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Some Birds Can't Fly torrent reviews

Sgt C (us) wrote: (31%)A hugely by the numbers action thriller that I can only imagine the sheer number of people who walked out of a cinema after the final scene (or more likely after the first twenty or so minutes) and never giving it a so much as a seconds worth of thought ever again. Big name star (in America at least) Tyler Perry is decent here as he's clearly trying his best with the lame material he has been given, while bad guy Matthew Fox is much better that the one-note character he's been lumbered with. The biggest problem by a mile though is the fact that this isn't interesting enough to make it as a proper thriller, while the action is on the whole is too badly shot utilising the annoying shaky-cam technique to full fullest which just ruins all possible enjoyment. This isn't a terrible watch, but there's so little reason to actually do so.

Heather M (us) wrote: I have heard nothing but bad things about this movie so I am going to pass.

Tim L (ag) wrote: A movie that I am just at a loss of words to describe. Needless to say, by the end of the movie most viewers will be left in tears in seeing the situation this family has gone through in World War II Japan has the father of the family is arrested for 'thought crimes', leaving the mother (the 'Kabei' of the title) struggling to keep the family going. Directed by Yoji Yamada (of Twilight Samurai fame).

Sheima A (de) wrote: amazing scenario written

Sean F (ag) wrote: Somewhere between Ocean's 11 and Goodfellas...yet totally different.

Steven C (fr) wrote: Trippindicular, although eventually that starts to get bothersome.

Mel B (br) wrote: One of my favorite kung fu movies & my all-time favorite Jet Li movie! This movie has it all, supernatural kung fu, a myriad of intense fight scenes, a seemingly unbeatable bad guy, government conspiracy, betrayal, love, humour & a bad-ass little kid with wicked moves. Anyone who doesn't like this movie, doesn't truly understand wuxia, martial arts movies, chinese cinema or the origins of black belt theatre. Warning: you must be able to tolerate wire-fu, badly translated subs, corny undertones & somewhat cheesy humour to view this movie!

Chris G (br) wrote: The animation, for the most part, is something to be admired, but the story lacks any real depth or genuine emotion to be anything worth viewing.

linda B (es) wrote: what a cast can't really go wrong

Stephen E (fr) wrote: I feel like my appreciation for "Atlantic City" will heighten upon watching it a second time. Here is a quirky, cute comedy that works almost entirely because of Burt Lancaster's honest performance and John Guare's screenplay, which contains elements of thriller, romance and black comedy. I don't think that any other actor could have pulled off what Lancaster does in "Atlantic City." His life parallels his character's so much that it introduces a whole different kind of emotional depth to the film, and it doesn't hurt that Lancaster is such a talented actor to begin with. "Atlantic City" is enjoyable and odd and plotted like a fine novel, and it grows on you.

Robert B (ca) wrote: Terrific filmmaking, and an intelligently told story. I loved the way it let me put together the pieces. Not glaringly obvious as main stream films tend to be, but with a subtlety that mimics real life, where it's easy to turn a blind eye to the injustices children face, and how those experiences affect their ability to function in the world. Juxtaposed with the serenity of the Alaskan wilderness, these themes become nothing short of profound.