Paralleling the dramatic student protests and riots that were exploding across the world in the 1960s at the time the film was made, The Confrontation is a story of protest and rebellion in 1947 Hungary when the Communist Party have just taken power. Jancsó's first colour film is another virtuoso display by a director at the peak of his powers, and eloquently explores the complex issues and inherent problems of revolutionary democracy.
- Stars:Andrea Drahota, Kati Kovács, Lajos Balázsovits, András Kozák, András Bálint, József Madaras, István Uri, Tibor Orbán, Adrienne Csengery, Miklós Csányi, Ferenc Deák B., Tamás Banovich, Miklós Benedek, Péter Blaskó, Rita Bogyai,
- Director:Miklós Jancsó,
- Writer:Gyula Hernádi, Miklós Jancsó
Paralleling the dramatic student protests and riots that were exploding across the world in the 1960s at the time the film was made, The Confrontation is a story of protest and rebellion in 1947 Hungary when the Communist Party have just taken power. Jancsó's first colour film is another virtuoso display by a director at the peak of his powers, and eloquently explores the complex issues and inherent problems of revolutionary democracy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Confrontation torrent reviews
(de) wrote: It was ok. I laughed I few times. I find Tracy Morgan more annoying then he is funny. I felt bad for Bruce Willis.
(jp) wrote: Was a bit BORING!!!!
(ca) wrote: I found the boxing matches particularly intense. Be sure, though, that this isn't only survival in the ring, but also outside the ring.
(ru) wrote: A violent movie, with a great performance from Luke Goss.
(ca) wrote: Sure it's silly, but it's also quotable as hell and always fun to watch.
(es) wrote: Forgettable "B" Movie is watchable thanks to some decent performances--Silly and over the top, but also fun and entertaining!!
(au) wrote: This fairly memorable, emotional film just misses the mark of greatness with poorly focused themes and an awful performance by Ryuichi Sakamoto.
(ag) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
(gb) wrote: A must see of American cinema.... Great performances, honest writing
(nl) wrote: Absurdly childish, embrassingly unfunny and not half as risqu as it thinks it is, Woody Allen's feature length series of sex vignettes isn't so much full of good jokes as much as it is one.
(de) wrote: Not great. Very basic and not the best of storylines.
(es) wrote: Just watched this again. I had forgotten how good this movie was. Considering that it is B horror movie from the eighties the story and it's humor still hold up. The special effects however are looking pretty dated by todays standard. All You need to know about this movie is that it is a race to find a book that holds the secret to all of creation. In other words if the Warlock isn't stopped he will have the power to destroy the universe.
(kr) wrote: I've seen Keaton and Chaplin (granted, not as much as I should have of either) but I've never seen any work of Harold Lloyd, so I'm not sure how indicative "Safety Last!" is of his other films. Starts as a workplace sitcom (a very rich and funny one at that) but the real star of this thing is the final set piece, in which Lloyd climbs a twelve-story building like a slippery stress reliever; I kept imagining at every turn Chloe Grace Moretz's awe-stricken face (can't find a good "Hugo" pic of this instance to link to but you know what scene I mean) whenever his shoe would drop, look down at the ant-sized bystanders, or open a window to reveal a stir-crazy pit bull at the leashed and frothy ready."Safety" is gimmick done right, full of splendid imagery and physical comedy at its most well-orchestrated and precise. The still everyone relates to this movie is of Lloyd dangling from the giant clock hand, but there's also a few shots of two separate people tangled up in fishing net wire, grasping and struggling to find their way out, that's equally as representative of what a tough, knotty task it to this day is to marry real-life action anxiety with huge laughs of slapstick relief. "Safety Last!" utilizes nearly all aspects of cinema -- from every moment's careful framework to the bouncy, humble organ music -- and it's just about perfect.All on YouTube right now! The Internet, you guys. Continues to amaze. (96/100)
(mx) wrote: The best movie EVER.