Sven Klang's Combo

Sven Klang's Combo

Sweden 1958. In a small provincial town there is a band who plays dance music twice every week. All decisions are made by Sven Klang, the undisputed leader of the band. A new member joins ...

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Summer S (de) wrote: ok, why am I just not getting this movie from my blockbuster que if it is from 96, I know I didnt put it on there..so who did..anyway I give the movie a big fat F! really, it wasnt even into it so i listened as I played my mario brothers on the DS. the movie is all about justice being served with viloence in return..at least that is what i took from it...dont watse you time folks..can we say Fail!

Greg W (ag) wrote: good action thriller

Sarah H (ru) wrote: What happens when you make a movie like Anastasia, but you are not the Disney corporation? What happens is you get a semi successful, not too popular movie that wasn't all that well widely received. So, how do you fix your problem so that you can continue making money? You take the Disney approach of course! You give the animal in the movie Anastasia, in this case, an albino bat named Bartok, his own movie. The result is a movie that is more loveable than the first movie that your entire family will enjoy. I found this movie to be faster moving and more amusing than Anastasia, and actually preferred this movie to Anastasia. Sure, it's no Disney animated movie, but it's a well done animated movie worthy of a family movie night.

Alec B (br) wrote: It can be hard to remember that at one time Walt Disney's aims for animation were equal parts commercial and artistic success . . . if "Fantasia" (for awhile at least) failed at the first it mostly succeeds at the second. The expository scenes between each animation piece are utterly pointless but they're easy to ignore.

Jason K (de) wrote: I didn't see La Marseillaise at all, but Flixster sadly has no entry for Renoir's Charleston Parade (1927) which has officially replaced Malle's Le Feu follet as being my favorite film. The year is 2028. After "the war," an African explorer (portrayed in black face) drives his oval flying machine over to Paris, where a lovely woman (who's only companion is a monkey) ties him up and teaches him the Charleston on demolished streets. He offers to let her eat him for the lesson, but she says that'd make her sick. Inside the pillar on which the explorer landed, the woman draws a telephone which soon becomes real. She calls an angel, who wishes to speak to the explorer. The explorer tells the angel (among other angels) that he's going to learn the Charleston. He does. Then he and the woman return to Africa together while the monkey cries.This is my kinda cinema.

Ondrej (kr) wrote: Movie that ages very well. Visually astonishing. Ending redeems the all over the place beginning.

Kim W (fr) wrote: Strong film with a powerful cast including former child actor Dean Stockwell. Both Stockwell and Bradford Dillman compliment each other nicely. Intellegent script and execution [no pun intended]

Paul D (us) wrote: It's low budget, but it entertained me. As far as movies about Bigfoot go, there are worse (and better) out there. Even a cheap production can be scary, and this hits that mark occasionally.