Somers Town

Somers Town

Two teenagers, both newcomers to London, forge an unlikely friendship over the course of a hot summer. Tomo (Thomas Turgoose) is a runaway from Nottingham; Marek (Piotr Jagiello) lives in the district of Somers Town, between King's Cross and Euston stations, where his dad is working on a new rail link.

A black-and-white study of a social environment in London, concentrating on a pair of unlikely new friends and the girl they both fancy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Aidan M (es) wrote: amazing fucking movie.

Thomas D (ru) wrote: There have been quite a few times, especially recently, when dividing the last story of a franchise into two parts was a huge mistake. But then there is the Harry Potter series, which managed to make a well-strung first part, which ranks among the franchise's best, to set up one of the greatest conclusions in film history.Upon first viewing, I wasn't a huge fan of the first Deathly Hallows. To me, it was missing its own identity and conclusion to feel like its own film. Of course, this was before having seen part 2. Now that I have gone back and re-watched each film, I have grown more of an appreciation for the series as a whole, and particularly, Deathly Hallows Part 1. There are certainly still some minute problems that can be annoying, like Voldemort's minimal presence, but this was the first movie that solely focused on the trio of Harry, Hermione, and Ron. That was a welcomed shift for me.After the last 3 films, it seemed like the series had already grown up enough. But I like the fact that this film wasn't just them cutting ties with their family and loved ones to find horcruxes, it was about them becoming adults capable of doing things on their own. So in many ways, this is a film about unity and independence at the same time. I love watching the trio have to go on the road and figure out all of the horcruxes without the help of their parents or Dumbledore. It makes the payoff in the 8th movie all the more gratifying.This may be a stretch, but this film feels a lot like a Western set in the Potterverse. In fact, there are a lot of the same characteristics as a revenge or fantasy-western. On the run, looking for something significant, and constantly fighting off the looming presence of a bigger evil. To me, that's a fantasy western. No matter, the film has its fair share of thrilling sequences of action along with some needed heartfelt moments between the trio. The relationship particularly between Harry and Hermione has never been a focus, in fact rarely touched upon, until this film. Even though there's nothing romantic at all, it became one of the series' most endearing bonds. Of course, Ron didn't seem to think so, as he got jealous in the most clichd way possible. But again, Harry and Ron needed that conflict to make the payoff of Ron coming back to save Harry and destroying a Horcrux all the more satisfying.Plenty of other noteworthy sequences include a brilliantly thoughtful Tale of the 3 Brothers story told by Hermione, Dobby's return, Umbridge's unsettling return, and even the opening escape sequence. I know it isn't beloved by the fandom like the others, but I believe Deathly Hallows is a necessary deviation from the typical trip to the Potterverse so that part 2 is as epic as we know it is. Love this film.+The trio. The whole time+Returns of beloved characters+Maturation process for the trio+Search for the Horcruxes+So many reveals and set ups9.3/10

Chelsey H (ca) wrote: the only reason i even jumped at some scares, was that i was so bored that they surprised me. ignore this one, original japanese film is at least more fleshed out

Tor M (kr) wrote: A film I had lying around for ages. Never really got to it until now.This is a farmer film that's both realistic and honest. We meet an older man with his two sons.Their farm seem to be most of their lives, but there is room for some personal dramas as well.It felt like I had seen it before. Nothing new here but not much wrong either. Maybe it hasn't aged well or maybe it never really interested me, because I was never really pleased with this film.Quite flat, slow, few interesting turns and lack of charm. It's pretty sad and heartbreaking, and it's not a poor film, but it never really comes alive and it failed to get me.5 out of 10 tomato juice beers.

Lars P (gb) wrote: The average thriller with the well known who-did-it twists.

Gokul K (es) wrote: amazing movie.this film is a masterly crafted poem.celestial music.A.R.Rahman is a true musical alchemist.must watch.

Jeri P (au) wrote: Surprisingly less outrageous than the advertising led me to believe, King Ralph had a few fun moments, and I liked it overall. It was also great to see Camille Coduri (Jackie, Rose's mom from Doctor Who) in her younger years.

Steve W (ag) wrote: I'm well versed in Bergman but I didn't really get into this one. One of Allen's only serious dramas, (not counting crime thrillers) it tells the aftermath of three grown daughters when their parents split up in old age. There's some good dialogue here and there, and smidgens of angst, but ultimately its not as memorable as his other work.

John D (ca) wrote: MST3K and Ann-Margret! Deliciously bad!

Allan C (us) wrote: The final installment in the Thin Man film series. William Powell and Myrna Loy are as charming as ever and that is enough to carry another otherwise forgettable mystery. This film is also aided by a stronger than usual supporting cast that includes Keenan Wynn, Dean Stockwell as 11 year od Nick Jr., Jayne Meadows, Don Taylor and Gloria Grahame as a nightclub singer. I hadn't watched a film with Gloria Grahame in quite a while and I'd forgotten how much I liked her, so she was a unexpected treat in this film. Overall, this film isn't anything brilliant or a standout in the series, but the cast, particularly Powell and Loy, make this film still worth checking out.

Till S (gb) wrote: I loved watching "Bold" growing up, and I still love it today.

Joao20 M (mx) wrote: Nota: 9.1/10 - 4.5/5

Nicola T (kr) wrote: A real gem of a movie. Laughed like crazy when Eli acts as the translator between his mom's drug supplier and a Mexican supplier. Jesse Eisenberg is perfect as ever. You could see things were going to get worse and worse like a snowball picking up snow as it goes downhill.

Cody F (ru) wrote: To quickly summarize, this is a slow burning Western with some horror elements in it. The majority of the film follows Arthur O'Dwyer (Patrick Wilson), the Sheriff (Kurt Russell), Deputy (Richard Jenkins) and local man John Brooder (Matthew Fox) tracking a savage group of Native Americans who kidnapped O'Dwyer's wife (Lili Simmons) and several others. This film is kept interesting by some really good performances from all of the leads.