Set in mid-70's, 12-year old Dvir Avni navigates between the equality values of his home-born Kibbutz and the relationship with his undermined mother, whom the Kibbutz members will to denounce. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Set in mid-70's, 12-year old Dvir Avni navigates between the equality values of his home-born Kibbutz and the relationship with his undermined mother, whom the Kibbutz members will to denounce.
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Krystin D (nl) wrote: Pretty decent for my first gmo doc. Hooked.
Piers C (mx) wrote: Ben Swartz plays The Guy He Always Plays, which sounds bad but really isn't, and Howerton is great as always. The third guy misses more often than he hits, but otherwise it's a total lolfest. Yeah, you heard me.
James L (kr) wrote: Loved this documentary ; its incredibly interesting and the interviews seem intimate as the actors come across as very genuine but familiar people. I like that the documentary focuses mainly on the animation side of voice overs but would have enjoyed hearing more about the TV/Radio Commercial, Audio Book and Documentary perspectives......Overall an Excellent film worthy of 4 Solid Stars !
Bill B (mx) wrote: This was watched for the first (and only) time during a marathon of horror films online with some friends for the Halloween season, and was a film that I had almost blind-bought before. Thankfully, this didn't happen, as this is a rough bait and switch kinda scenario where the cover looks intriguing, then the reality sets in. A couple rents videos form a store throwing a private party, with the dire warning that they must return them before midnight, then we watch two shitty short films that function as the terrible movies that they rented and I question the choices in life that led me to watch this bullshit.Just dreadful. Hard pass on this one.
Steve S (gb) wrote: Belber played it too safe. Being his directorial debut, I think he was testing the waters.
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Sarah A (de) wrote: Crazy! But pretty good movie in Alien series.
Matthew O (ru) wrote: From the moment I first saw this movie in grade school I wanted to be Sarah Jessica Parker and that still hasn't changed. The dancing is fabulous (even with the 80s cheese).
Stephen J (ca) wrote: interesting, but too long
Scott A (de) wrote: Well, besides Beverly D'Angelo, the entire gang came back. The mother is even funnier this time and the antics with the Black Widow gang are more amusing. I felt the giant fight at the end goes on far too long.Eastwood and Lewis are still a great team and while Locke returns and is much less drama fueled this time, she lost a TON of weight here and looks far too skinny.Some of the plot can get confusing trying to figure out who is screwing over who, but there's a lot of crazy characters and some really funny moments.The 'Bo Derek' moment was pretty funny.And hey, seeing Mama Fratelli from The Goonies in a bit part when she still had a normal voice was awesome!
Daniel D (kr) wrote: Midnight Express,follows the true story of Billy Hays, an American who was caught smuggling in Turkey. I believe that I should've felt more emotion during this movie, because it truly gives a brutal picture of the chaotic Turkish Prison, and unjust judicial system. But really all I felt was anger towards Rifki, and pride when he gets what's coming to him. Well I guess that is an understatement, since there are a few powerful scenes not involving Rifki at all, when Billy Hays' girlfriend comes to visit him, and all he can think about is her cleavage, that was a truly pitiful site. The screenplay is adapted by Oliver Stone, from the real Billy Hays' book. What was truly impressive though was the director and crew on production, since the Turkish Prison felt genuinely real. It's a tragic case, and a solid movie.
Jay B (nl) wrote: Great gimmick (Illusion-O), mediocre film. I can't say it's not a fun sit though.