The 12 Biggest Lies

The 12 Biggest Lies

From the very nature of truth to how our world began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God... our entire world runs on what we believe.

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Gareth M (de) wrote: Painfully Slow to get going, plus the baseball element is somewhat lost on me.An Plain Jane of movies, but the cast make its endearing and sincere in the end.

Christian C (de) wrote: As an art film, "Only Lovers Left Alive" is beautiful, stylish and meditative. As a vampire flick, it's boring, aimless and anemic. Whether you like the movie or not will depend heavily on what you're looking for.

Stuart K (nl) wrote: The final theatrical film of Anthony Minghella, best known for The English Patient (1996) and The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), this was his first original film since Truly Madly Deeply (1990), and he wanted to show urban London as it was, and how a series of incidents change people's lives forever. It's hard to see what Minghella's intentions are, as it comes off feeling a bit half-hearted and confused. In London, architect Will Francis (Jude Law) lives with his girlfriend Liv (Robin Wright Penn) and her 13 year old autistic daughter Bea (Poppy Rogers), Will and Liv's relationship is on the rocks. Will's work of place is broken into by a gang of Bosnian thieves, which include Mirsad "Miro" Simi? (Rafi Gavron) who uses Parkour to break into places, he steals Will's laptop. After looking on the laptop, Miro becomes obsessed with Will and stepdaughter Bea. Will and colleague Sandy (Martin Freeman) decide to stakeout the workplace, and it leads him to Miro's home, where his lives with his Muslim mother Amira Simi? (Juliette Binoche), who had actually encountered Will just a few days before, putting Will in a difficult spot. It's a shame this turned out to be Minghella's last film, (unless you count his TV film The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (2008), which is a worthier epitaph), as it just seems stilted. Which is a shame considering the brilliant cast Minghella got together.

Matthew M (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this movie a lot. Everything the performances and whole story are good. Well I guess the ending seemed to go on and on and I had no idea what would really resolve the matter. That was probably the kicker for the film not being so widely known. It is about a subject that is something anyone can talk about. Though it feels at sometimes more racist then it could be. Sometimes I was almost offended watching it and other times it felt really powerful.

Michal N (mx) wrote: Unbelieveable story of Jewish German boy based on true novel about his disstresfull lane during WWII. Precise movie showed how thin is edge between statut of being love or hate. I bear on my mind one thought - it is very horrible to know that people as a world was and unfortunately still is manipulatable by words, speeches of charismatics dictators. Somebody could say Solomon had not any pride to his religion, but I guess that anybody else would had behave the same way. Survival instinct won against any other instincts run in his mind and body, morover he loved, admire actors and also wanted to be an actor, and that was the point for me, he was the best actor in the most terrible thriller of his live. Fortunatly with the sweet happyend - for him and his brother at least!!!

Rakib H (gb) wrote: sallus best ever muvee.....

Cheryl H (br) wrote: This movie made me fall in love with Santorini. Stupidly acted but beautiful scenery & interesting story.

Rangan R (ca) wrote: When logic and prediction isn't an issue, you'll get a decent thriller.When the big production houses along with the great filmmakers and young stars turning towards the comic books and dystopian themes, what do you think the yesteryear legends are doing.It is very sad to see the 70s, 80s and the 90s icons are discarded like a trash, but they're trying their best to keep the star status by doing small scale films from the lower rated and debuting filmmakers. That's the best shot they've got which obviously won't do well at the big screens. So that's where this film too comes in.As usual Michael Douglas was good, but the story had many possible ways to travel and that's where the viewers raise their voice by saying it should have been like this, like that or why would he do that.Overall, its a decent entertainment that is kind of closest theme to 'No Country for Old Men'. The entire film revolves around just two men and sets in the desert. So a minimal cast film.Based on the book 'Deathwatch'. A simple story, but quite interesting film characters. Filled with fairly predictable stuffs yet the performances and very suitable locations are what draws us in.It's a right kind of project for Michael Douglas for his age, but the 'War Horse' actor was also good in his role. An average film, or maybe just above that. If you skip it, you would miss nothing, but if you give it a try, I think that's not a bad idea too.6/10