After being hypnotized by his sister in law, blue-collar family man Tom Witzky begins seeing haunting visions of a girl's ghost and his desperate search puts him into a life-threatening situation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Christopher A (mx) wrote: much deeper and complex than i expected...beautifully shot...more about the complex and religious relationship between japanese culture, buddhism and the insect than actual beetle fighting (which for some reason i thought it was about)...the moments showing the pride and joy of japanese children interacting with their pets and prized possessions and the visual celebration of the 'ideology" of the insect in buddhist teachings was the most fascinating for me...
Private U (au) wrote: Tres bon film ancre dans le reel et des vrais problemes de societe. RAZ est vraiment notre Loach national. Le role de patron manipulateur qu'il s'est donne est suffisamment ambigu pour etre juste. J'aurais juste une reserve sur la fin, peut-etre un peu expediee, avec quelques sequences dites poetiques cachant peut-etre une absence de capacite a conclure. Ici, le meme procede que la fin de Bled number one est repris. Quant au prochain, eh bien, esperons qu'il puisse encore tourner, c'est important. Helas, les 30 000 entrees que Dernier maquis vont faire en salles marque une baisse significative apres les deux premiers opus (opi). Il y aurait sans doute beaucoup a dire sur le non-desir de la societe francaise de voir ce type de film y compris dans les cercles bien-pensants. Mais il y a un Congres a preparer, les enfants a torcher, et franchement, tant qu'a aller au cine, autant se faire le James Bond, ca prend pas la tete. Moralite : bon courage, Rabah. Et a Unifrance aussi pour le vendre, notre Loach national, qui le merite (contrairement a Philippe Muyl et son Magique ! qu'on exporte partout...).
David T (fr) wrote: It's pointless going on about Joe Strummer, his music speaks for itself and Joe the person has been spoke of many times before, with more gracefully and eloquently put words then I could ever muster. Despite coming from a privileged background he taught us we are all equal and one man can make a change to the world (no matter how big or small)I'm not going to crawl up Joe's arse and say everything was perfect with Joe...It wasn't...but who is?He is a true icon and an inspiration to us all. No matter what colour, class or religion...it didn't matter too Joe.I think modern music lacks a Joe Strummer, no one speaks out about important shit anymore...it's all become very self-indulgent and self-congratulating.By the way, who the fuck invited Bono?
Bog Man (mx) wrote: Some interesting ideas, but no real cohesiveness or point.
Odis D (kr) wrote: should have used the express laneedit alittle
Shaun B (ca) wrote: How can you not love pool hustling... granted how can people be so nieve to get hustled nowadays.
Jack W (au) wrote: Clever, witty, hilarious, heartfelt and infinitely enjoyable. Monsters Inc is one of Pixar's all time best.
Adam R (de) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
Mehdi J B (kr) wrote: Une action menee tambour battant, deux acteurs parfaits et une intrigue bien plus intelligente qu'elle n'y parait.
Sam M (it) wrote: As this was intended to be very funny, there are almost unrelated funny parts which make the overall acting of all performers bad, thanks to the quite poor editing of TriStar Pictures. Why did they have to butcher William Gibson's work?
Josh C (br) wrote: Very good, but some of the plot points took it a bit too far. I really liked CCH Pounder in this one.
stephanie k (mx) wrote: it was ok but it was nothing like purple rain.
Kristine U (ag) wrote: This might be my favourite Fellini film. It is so cute and at the same time captures that feeling of subjugation by marriage, a loss of self. The colours are spectacular, as are the costumes, it really is visually beautiful.
Jesse M (nl) wrote: You don't watch this movie for brilliant acting, you watch it for the over the top ridiculousness of it. This movie doesn't take itself too seriously and neither should any viewer. I quite enjoyed it and would recommend it to fans of the late great, Roddy Piper.