The Brothers Grimm

The Brothers Grimm

Folklore collectors and con artists, Jake and Will Grimm, travel from village to village pretending to protect townsfolk from enchanted creatures and performing exorcisms. However, they are put to the test when they encounter a real magical curse in a haunted forest with real magical beings, requiring genuine courage.

The Brothers Grimm, Wilhelm and Jacob, are dysfunctional schemers who go from town to town putting on shows that convince inhabitants they are getting rid of demons. After one such scam, they encounter a genuine fairy-tale curse which requires true courage instead of their usual bogus exorcisms. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Richard S (nl) wrote: Daniel Radcliffe takes on 2 roles in this movie, firstly as an unconvincing FBI agent who is sent undercover to infiltrate a white supremacist group who have big plans to start a race war on US soil with the help of some explosive devices. Radcliffe's 2nd role emerges as he goes undercover as a full blown neo Nazi consumed by hate and it's this half of the central character's role that he excels in which is not a sentence I thought I would ever type. I thought the story was handled well with moments of great tension as his new found friends become suspicious of the newcomer. However, it didn't quite reach the heights of other greats from this genre because I felt the movie did lose it's way a little somewhere in the middle. Decent performance though from the man who was Harry Potter.

Tim H (br) wrote: Really bad flick. The director seems to think he's hot stuff with this one but it should have been called bad fx-no plot-crap instead.

Melody C (kr) wrote: better than i've expected... interesting plot..

Melissa A (ag) wrote: The film takes a combined humourous and serious look at a group of people who are trying to cope with difficult life situations and end up attending weekly Italian classes together in the hopes of finding love. During the meetings, friendships begin to develop as well as romantic interests between characters. I was completely taken aback at first realizing that the movie was totally done with a hand-held video camera, however, being a low-budget Danish film which could have been a disaster, the charm and simplicity of Italian for Beginners was very appealing right to the very end credits.

Emi K (us) wrote: Since I don't really remember the movie well, it gets 3 and half stars. Once I see it again, I'll rate it again. But what I do remember was hilarious. I can't get Mothra larvae swimming through the ocean like a dolphin out of my mind.

Amit R (es) wrote: Gurudutt came closest to surreal imagery in India.

Brian S (ru) wrote: at this point in the franchise, the only real enjoyment factor is watching Bing and Bob exchange zingy one-liners. the problem there is, even they seem a bit tired of it. sharp in-jokes, amusing cameos, some cool moments of special effects and slapstick, but overall a pretty lame and uninspired movie. funny absolutely, but the story's the same old shtick.

bernard a (fr) wrote: It's quite a coincidence that the release date of this British wartime production was June 6, 1944. D-Day. Having gained a foothold on Fortress Europe, the allies still had the prospect of the long march to Berlin ahead...and with that daunting task in mind, I'm pretty sure the optimistic tone of this Carol Reed flick was designed to help bolster the public's morale. The theme of the film is certainly a familiar one to moviegoers by now. We follow a rag-tag group of enlistees - representing various strata of British society - and watch as they undergo Army basic training. In time, even this group of misfits is transformed into a well-disciplined fighting unit under the command of Lt. Jim Perry (David Niven) and drill sergeant Ned Fletcher (William Hartnell). It's not until the 2nd half of the flick does the action ramp up a bit. The group boards a transport ship headed for the northern coast of Africa where the forces of General Rommel await them...but before they can get there - disaster strikes. An explosion racks their transport ship and it is soon a raging inferno. The scene is surprisingly similar to one in Humphrey Bogart's ACTION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC (released a year prior to this). A very young Peter Ustinov has a small role as a cafe owner. Ustinov co-wrote the screenplay. I also didn't notice his name in the credits but Trevor Howard can be seen as the transport ship officer. Being a propaganda film - it's completely sanitized of any overt violence - virtually death-free for a war flick. Only the greater virtues of war and man need be shown. The USA cut even has an added prologue and epilogue equating the british common men depicted in the film to the Minutemen of the Revolutionary War. Interesting. 7 / 10

Agnes (es) wrote: I don't know... Vivien's role is kind of pale and to be honest, I don't remember much from this picture at all.

Josh C (jp) wrote: Abundantly inspirational, but a bit long, Woodlawn has trouble nailing down its major point of conflict and the large amount of plot it tires to fit into its two hour runtime. Still, it has some really great moments, and tells a fascinating true story with hope and purpose.

Jonah S (gb) wrote: "I've tried so hard to like this film, but I just couldn't. No one wants a PG-13 rated 'Mad Max' film! It's slow paced, no car action 'till an hour and a 20 minutes, and there's nothing compared to the original whatsoever. And I thought 'Fant4stic' was bad."