A bitter comedic-drama centering around Tomas, a former promising young director who must cope with a commerce driven world he no longer wants to participate in.
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Tammy Y (gb) wrote: Beautiful movie! Loved it!
Camille B (es) wrote: Nice film but you have to be in the mood, otherwise it's too hard to watch, booring.
Kharri B (br) wrote: Very emotional. Harvie Krumpet is an oscar material movie with a very non-oscar conclusion. A disable person with a problem, trying to be happy, be happy for a while, get problem again, and then found an enlightenment. The twist is, the enlightenment is not what most people called 'right'.
Abel Patrick M (mx) wrote: hahaahaha laftrip !! =D
Gabriel T (br) wrote: Vibrant, imaginative, and adventurous, Henry Selick's Coraline is a beautiful stop-motion picture, that your eyes can't simply behold, because of how wonderful both the visuals and the storytelling are.
EVYLYN R (kr) wrote: i used to watch babar a long time ago
Mary (us) wrote: Richard Dreyfuss stars as Louie who has some good comedic moments, Mercedes Ruehl is Bella who brings a great childlike innocence mixed with adult tendencies to the role, and Irene Worth plays Grandma Kurnitz who doesn't seem to want anyone else around, other than to boss them around. David Strathairn plays the goofy Johnny, a man who works at the local movie theatre and won the heart of Bella.
Ola G (it) wrote: After MI6 agent James Bond (Sean Connery), 007, fails a routine training exercise, his superior, M (Edward Fox), orders Bond to a health clinic outside London to get back into shape. While there, Bond witnesses a mysterious nurse named Fatima Blush (Barbara Carrera) giving a sadomasochistic beating to a patient in a nearby room. The man's face is bandaged and after Blush finishes her beating, Bond sees the patient using a machine which scans his eye. Bond is seen by Blush and an attempt is subsequently made to kill him in the clinic gym, but Bond manages to defeat the assassin. Blush and her charge, a United States Air Force pilot named Jack Petachi, are operatives of SPECTRE, a criminal organisation run by Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Max von Sydow). Petachi has undergone an operation on his right eye to make it match the retinal pattern of the US President, which he uses to circumvent iris recognition security at an American military base in England. While doing so, he replaces the dummy warheads in two cruise missiles with live nuclear warheads; SPECTRE then obtains the warheads to extort billions of dollars from NATO governments. Under orders from the Prime Minister, M reluctantly reactivates the double-0 section and Bond is assigned the task of tracking down the missing weapons. He meets Domino Petachi (Kim Basinger), the pilot's sister, and her wealthy lover, Maximillian Largo (Klaus Maria Brandauer), a SPECTRE agent and the prime suspect of having the nuclear warheads in his possession... "Never Say Never Again" is a 1983 film based on the James Bond novel Thunderball, which was previously adapted in 1965 under that name. Unlike the majority of Bond films, Never Say Never Again was not produced by Eon Productions, but by an independent production company, one of whose members was Kevin McClory, one of the original writers of the Thunderball storyline with Ian Fleming and Jack Whittingham. McClory retained the filming rights of the novel following a long legal battle dating from the 1960s. The film was directed by Irvin Kershner and, like Thunderball, stars Sean Connery as British Secret Service agent James Bond, 007, marking his return to the role twelve years after Diamonds Are Forever. The film's title is a reference to Connery's reported declaration in 1971 that he would "never again" play that role. "Never Say Never Again" was released by Warner Bros. in the autumn of 1983. It opened to positive critical reviews and was a commercial success, grossing $160 million at the box office, although this was less overall than the Eon-produced Bond film released in June of the same year, "Octopussy". I remember the Bond vs Bond battle that year and when re-seeing "Never Say Never Again" I cant honestly claim that I think its any good which I might have done in 1983. This is a poor remake of the great "Thunderball" due to a settlement of a lawsuit and despite Sean Connery being back as Bond nothing is really Bond with this film even if they try to make it as Bond as they can. On one hand it does follow the normal Bond formula with a "taking over the world" plot, chase sequences, a series of exotic locations, beautiful women, sinister villains and a theme song based on the film's title. But at the same time we have no proper James Bond title sequence, different actors playing familiar Bond characters in a different way and Bond himself is an ageing over the hill agent. In a way it feels more like a poor american overbudgeted 80s action movie, than a classic british Bond movie. And despite having an ensemble with Connery, von Sydow, Carrera, Basinger and Brandauer it simply doesnt work in my book. von Sydow is hardly that threatening as Blofeld nor is Brandauer as Largo. Carrera is in overdrive and the scene where Bond is forced under gunpoint to write a statement that she was the best lover he has had is just ridiculous. And Basinger looks lost despite her charming looks. Connery himself looks old and only in a few moments he manages to find that Bond sparkle in his eye. The plot is handled in a wishy washy way with scenes all over the place and the movie is way too long. I personally agree to the fact that this will never be part of the classic Bond sphere, because it simply doesnt belong there.
bill s (jp) wrote: Very well acted story of a family imploding after the eldest sons death.Good picture but better than Raging Bull or Long good Friday?????
Ryan Gibbons (de) wrote: You know what, anyone who watches this movie thinks that it;s gonna be the perfect war film probably should not be watching films at all. Granted there's no such thing as a perfect film. Midway is pretty corny but it was also made in 1976, that's really not an excuse though which is why this film gets a lower rating from me even though I did not think it was that bad. I can;t help but call the acting terrible, even Henry Fonda is sort of ehh, but he really did not have that big of a role. One good thing I will say about the film which makes me give it two and a half stars, is the overall feel of the film. I felt I was in the 1940's, while I wasn't born in the 1940's from what I know about it, the film does a good job of giving it that old school feel.
Vineeta S (de) wrote: The story has been retold a thousand times. But never with the adorable scampiness of RK. (BUT its physically painful to watch Nargis wear a sari as though it were some kind of gamchha and every single scene with Nadira was like Chinese water tortureand the "Vidya Shastri" vs. "Maya" madonna whore thing is just too painful for words)
Michael D (de) wrote: A great classic. Definition of genre defining work. Lots of good music/songs.
Gregg D (ag) wrote: I didn't see this from the beginning, I enjoyed what I saw.
Brad S (ag) wrote: Rita Hayworth lights-up the screen in this film-noir. There were flaws with the story for me, but overall it's pretty good, and Hayworth is great. Definitely worth a watch for all film lovers!
PY C (ca) wrote: I feel like I'm too old for this movie. It's not an interesting movie to begin with so would definitely not recommend this.
Kong L (mx) wrote: "DERANGED | EXCITING | FAR-FETCHED | THRILLING" (84-out-of-100)
Kevin L (nl) wrote: Nice try Rza. With a few good action sequences, this movie falls flat.