The wedding of Kornel, a young, well known TV scientist, to the famous singer, Alicja, is to be the social event of the year. In the suburban reception hall, the final preperations are being made. The waiter, Tytus, who is somewhat touchy having just found out he is to become a father, lays out the cutlery on the tables.
- Stars:Piotr Adamczyk, Magdalena Boczarska, Anna Dereszowska, Joanna Fidler, Maria Gladkowska, Magdalena Górska, Tomasz Karolak, Aleksandra Kisio, Cezary Kosinski, Tomasz Kot, Katarzyna Kurylonska, Wojciech Mecwaldowski, Joanna Niemirska, Miroslawa Olbinska, Julia Pietrucha,
- Director:Tomasz Konecki, Andrzej Saramonowicz,
- Writer:Andrzej Saramonowicz
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(it) wrote: robert sheehan + rupert grint :)) i loved how the main girl looked quite average! i preferred the beginning of the film, though, since it wasn't so dark.
(gb) wrote: I enjoyed this movie. It was interesting to see the traditions of Chinese funerals and the whole process. I thought the "lesson learned" was a little immature for the adult characters but most of the characters acted like children anyways.
(fr) wrote: it was a surprise hit. very well scripted, or maybe it is better to say ' I like the script'?
(fr) wrote: See, there is this goo and when it gets on you you see your deepest darkest fears in the hopes that it'll kill you. And this goo is upset because people are building things in it's territory. It's a bad 'Blob' knock off.
(it) wrote: Richer and much more expansive than any of the other Underworld films, this is a prequel that manages to capitalize on the previous chapters without being overly nostalgic or self-indulgent.
(es) wrote: Nase, boring, and prejudiced.
(nl) wrote: not too bad,just good
(es) wrote: I think Shyamalan was going for a sort of stilted, stalky, wooden representation of 1950's film and 1950's rural American culture. Shyamalan's very tight lines and stark signals are almost Bauhaus compared to his earlier, far more organic Sixth Sense. Shyamalan would go on to try this mood again in "The Happening", but where Happening is a dark comedy Signs is just a meditation piece. It's a meditation on the imagery and the society of a certain time period in American history. It's really not that amazing, but it's very obvious and transparent as to its own nature. Also, when it's not awkward, it's just boring. If you don't find some deeper meaning in it, it's not very entertaining. 2/5
(it) wrote: i must know what's worse excorcist 2 or this
(jp) wrote: Wonderful! Inventive; charming; funny.
(mx) wrote: BAD ASS MOVIE MUST SEE
(kr) wrote: Love the theatrical drama of these 1970's disaster movies!!
(au) wrote: Wildly funny if you are over 29 years old and have above average intelligence. Great gag jokes and quick-witted one-liners. Saw it last night on HBO on demand and laughed out loud 9 times, most in 15 years. Loved it!!
(ru) wrote: I won't say it is better than the first (w/James Caan). But I will say it cranks it up a notch. More of a thrill then before.
(nl) wrote: When I first heard of Cotton Comes to Harlem, I originally got the inclination that the film was bout a guy named Cotton that comes to Harlem. Far be it from me to actually expect an actual bail of cotton is what the title is referring to! This is just of a taste of a interestingly little, albeit forgotten Blaxploitation film.Our film opens with two cops keeping an eye on a shady religious figure, who seems to be working up a large following. Of course he is getting people to donate their hard earned money for him to make a trek back to Africa. He of course intends on stealing the money, so he hides the dough in a bail of cotton and stages a robbery. The cops know what he's up to but other people get wind and the bail of cotton it keeps getting stolen and disappearing until the cops don't know where to look or who to trust anymore.I like how our two cop characters are more realistic compared to other films in the blaxploitation genre. Their less focused on being "cool" and come across tough by just being more normal, hard working detectives. This is no doubt one of the reasons the film isn't as popular as audiences enjoy the over-the-top coolness of such kats as Shaft and Superfly. Though director Ossie Davis keeps our cops normal (other than their character names), he does add some nice comedy touches to the film. An example is during a car chase, we have a pick pocket steal a women's purse, run out into the street only to be hit by the car the cops are chasing. Sequences like this brought a smile to my face.If I had to complain about one aspect of the film it has to be the third act and the film slows down to an almost grinding halt. The film's climax takes place in a theater the film starts focusing on the woman dancing for what seems to be 10 minutes. An attractive women she was but holy hell it was it completely pointless! The rest of the film just meanders away and never truly recovers.Overall though this was an entertaining Blaxploitation film but fans will no doubt would rather see super cool kats like Shaft as opposed to our cops Gravedigger Jones and Coffin Ed Johnson. I say give it shot. The humor is good but not obtrusive and the characters are interesting (interesting enough to inspire two rarely seen sequels). I recommend the film if one can get through the humdrum climax.