A man, Dr. Fez, is blackmailed into taking a fall for his boss. However, with a cruel invention that he created, Dr. Fez has plans of his own to seek revenge against his blackmailer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A man, Dr. Fez, is blackmailed into taking a fall for his boss. However, with a cruel invention that he created, Dr. Fez has plans of his own to seek revenge against his blackmailer.
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Randy M (au) wrote: I could listen to De Palma talk for hours and hours. Such a ridiculously talented director. I can think of few who can stage a shot like he does. I meant to see this in theaters. It is now on Amazon Prime Video.
Nathan M (mx) wrote: Or The One Where Helen Mirren and Michael Sheen Go Head To Head In a Battle Royale of Acting...Admittedly, I don't know much about the nature of British politics, but I found The Queen to be a fascinating look at the British monarchy, as well as a look at the difference between generations. Director Stephen Frears has a knack for balancing intricate stories and detailed characters with powerful acting and compelling storytelling. Benefiting greatly from powerhouse performers Helen Mirren, Michael Sheen, and James Cromwell, The Queen is able to make multi-faceted portrayals of stoic political figures.Mirren is brilliant and charismatic in this film, in a way that would have seemed impossible before viewing the film. For a character who is often portrayed as being emotionless and focused solely on duty, Mirren is able to match those notions with a sympathetic performance that shows the humanity behind the figure. We begin to see the stress and the weight of responsibility that 50 years on the throne have brought on the queen, and we begin to see why she behaves the way she does.It also helps that Sheen's Blair comes to the same understanding as the audience, a move by Frears to guide the audience to the same realization. In the hands of a less experienced director this could have seemed a manipulative tactic, but Frears makes it seem organic with his focus on Mirren. The entire film portrays the queen as a reluctantly charismatic figure, and it gives the audience a window into the life and the mindset of a monarch.
Kirsten E (au) wrote: Damian Lewis is extraordinary good! His performance is exellent!
John N (au) wrote: Great movie! SCOTTY DOESN'T KNOW!
Chloe C (au) wrote: there is much bound in the gridlock of duty and desires... and this is a tale of listening to your heart and making hard decisions.
Robert B (fr) wrote: Motorama is a quirky, surreal, dark comedy adventure. I would have said it is a B movie, but it has so many recognizable faces from that era and (on closer look) the outdoor staging and props are often very nice and give the film a distinctive dreamlike quality. One gets the feeling that the people making it wanted to be making it. Many other movies came to mind while watching this: Repo Man, Naked Lunch, various Coen Brothers films. (And on a repeat view, the fiendish twinge of the comedy in Motorama also calls to mind the MASH movie.) If you enjoy the kind of weirdness which you can choose to make sense of or not, then give Motorama a view.