Langåsen private school has it's 50 years anniversary, and the students are to make a celebration show in the gym. But a school inspector is also to visit the school just about then.
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Kevin M W (mx) wrote: Every now and again comes a film that begins so badly (and bad all over the place: bad writing, bad acting, bad directing, etc., etc., etc.) that you are given to wonder: "didn't anyone making this see how bad this is while they were doing it? Why didn't they stop it? Well, maybe they'll pull the thing out of the fire ... ?" This is that film for this season, and no, they don't pull it out the fire, but rather it continues to burn, burn, burn. Stink, stink, stink. Feeling sorry for yourself? Contemplating suicide perhaps? Here is your life preserver, bunkie, cause whatever it is it can't be as bad as this vomit in a grocery store aisle.
Matt C (ag) wrote: Been a footy story thought it would've been good but very late down
Kc E (ru) wrote: Not as fresh as the first one, but still splendid.
Karl F (ag) wrote: C'est pas un chef-d'oeuvre mais c'est fait avec amour.
Sergio E (au) wrote: it feels like watching a blend of bank robbers movies but it has it's own things but still it feels that way even if it was based on actual or true events.but the storyline and dialogue was very well written and yes we have to admit that but still the movie just bleeds like the guy!! Follows a group of English football fans who use the World Cup as a cover for a big bank robbery. With an ensemble of British actors, and a script that will leave any self respecting movie buff wanting more, debut feature film Director/Screenwriter (Paris Leonti) delivers a thrilling new take on the Heist genre. Alex (Geoff Bell, The Business) masterminds an ambitious plan to steal millions of untraceable cash that is stacked in the underground vaults of The London Exchange Bank, waiting for its last journey, Incineration. Lucky (Vas Blackwood, Lock Stock) Matty (Leo Gregory, Stoned) Terry (Johnny Harris, London to Brighton) Chubby (Paul Nicholls, The Trench) Norman (Justin Salinger, Hitler) and Jay (Robert Boulter, The Long Firm) make up his unlikely gang of robbers. Setting up their alibi, the gang check in for a flight and join in with thousands of England supporters that are part of a mass exodus to The World Cup Tournament in Germany. Instead of passing through to Departure Lounge, the gang head out to the car park, pile into a van and head for Central London where they spectacularly ram raid London Exchange Bank, blocking any exit for those caught up inside. But with an unexpected turn of events, their plan is hampered from the start and they are left with a whole lot more than just a bank robbery to deal with. They have twenty hostages inside and the Police have laid siege to The Bank. There are two and a half hours before their plane leaves, and seventy million pounds in hard cash to steal. A daunting task, even for the most seasoned Blagger!
Karma (mx) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time. This movie never fails to make me laugh and there's no telling how many times I've watched it. I finally hunted down an old VHS tape of it and my kids got to watch it and they love it too!
Lady D (it) wrote: Bought but not yet watched
Stefano L (ru) wrote: Basandosi su una serie di interviste in seguito al processo di Christiane Vera Felscherinow per detenzione di droga e ricettazione, Uli Edel dipinge con toni plumbei il conturbante e decisivo cambiamento di stile di vita della quattordicenne Christiane verso la strada della tossicodipendenza. Una metamorfosi cruciale e rovinosa che non vedr mai possibilit di ritorno e cambier e stravolger per sempre la sua intera esistenza. Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo si svolge in una Berlino notturna cupa ma incredibilmente avvenente, all'inizio nella vecchia discoteca "Sound" (provvista di una sala di proiezione interna, in cui viene fatta un'azzeccata citazione a "La notte dei morti viventi") e in un secondo momento nella squallidissima stazione metropolitana dove i giovanissimi tossicomani si prestano tristemente alla prostituzione, in modo da racimolare il denaro sufficiente per comprare le dosi. Anacronismi a parte (su cui avrei qualche dubbio visto che l'opera non fa riferimento a nessuna data precisa) "Christiane F." cambia in maniera cruciale da un primo tempo pi dinamico e spettacoloso (comprendente, tra l'altro, un concerto live di David Bowie, riferito a quello tenuto nella capitale tedesca nell'autunno del '75) ad un secondo pi turbinoso, il quale si snocciola rapidamente nel melodramma, dove il volto dell'attrice diventa ceruleo e "mortuario", e la ragazza ormai, a suo malgrado, si ritrova gi ben oltre la barriera dell'eccesso. Il racconto molto pi flessibile rispetto all'autobiografia dell'autrice a cui si ispira il lavoro di Edel; infatti ci si concentra parecchio sulla decadenza graduale della protagonista, lasciando poco spazio alle storie degli altri personaggi, anche perch essendo interpretati da attori adolescenti non professionisti (alcuni dei quali, di tanto in tanto, sembrano addirittura esitare un p prima di ricordare le battute) magari era alquanto disagevole sviluppare degli intrecci che fossero efficaci allo svolgimento della vicenda. Per quel che riguarda la direzione di Edel, c' da ammettere che il registro narrativo viene eseguito con una prassi ancora abbastanza accademica, sebbene in grado di valorizzare e, come gi detto, spettacolarizzare animosamente immagini e luoghi di richiamo. Prodotto quindi dalla struttura convenuta, ma capace di offrire un certo infausto realismo nel suo prostrato panorama.
Nathaniel M (jp) wrote: Once I got over the confusion brought on by the strange narrative structure and breaking of the 4th wall, I found these traits to strengthen the experience. I feel that I need to watch it again to really get it.
Keith T (it) wrote: One of the best of the Carry On series, even if it took me about 25 years to realise that Cleopatra and Alma Barlow from Coronation Street were one and the same.
Andrew G (jp) wrote: If you were to look for tangible evidence that Heaven and Hell exist, you might have a few problems, but if you take the time to see Glauber Rocha's "BLACK GOD, WHITE DEVIL" you might come pretty close to seeing Hell. THIS TALE tells of a cowherd by the name of Manoel: A lowly man; married, who for the first 30-40 minutes goes boo hooing and wha-whaing around the Brazilian wasteland, until... HE MACHETES A GREEDY LAND OWNER! trying to take advantage of him. Needless to say you cannot guess what will come next. Think Spaghetti Western on Meth and you might come close. Manoel gets deeper into the Hell pit, becoming disciple to a crazy black revolutionary, who literally is the reincarnation of Saint Sebastian. Throw into the mix an existential bounty hunter, Antonio Das Mortes, whom is hired to kill Sebastian because he claims he is God.THE SKY IN this film crushes the Earth below in bleach white, and apparently the 1940s in Brazil were the bleakest and most sinister time on Earth (second to the Holocaust.) While we were busy blowing up the atomic bomb in New Mexico, somehow by osmosis Brazil was being punished for our sins. There is not a plane or vehicle in sight, the only technological advancement that seems to have happened for the indigenous population was the firearm. THE STARTLING TRUTH that this film posits is that we are searching on the wrong plane for Heaven and Hell- We ARE Hell on Earth.
GM W (gb) wrote: Awesome movie, Richard Donner's Director's cut is better that the original cut.