The Crown Jewels
Fragancia is arrested for the attempted murder of Richard Persson, the son of a powerful factory owner. During the interrogation her amazing and remarkable life story is revealed. We follow her through her impoverished childhood, her adolescence where she meets the great love of her life, ice hockey star Petterson-Jonsson and the lead up to the fatal night where the story begins.
- Stars:Alicia Vikander, Bill Skarsgård, Loa Falkman, Noah Byström, Björn Gustafsson, Jonatan Bökman, Amanda Junegren, Michalis Koutsogiannakis, Jesper Lindberger, Sara Lindh, Louise Radon, Edvin Ryding, Michael Segerström, Josefine Högfelt Öijer, Kjell Wilhelmsen,
- Director:Ella Lemhagen,
- Writer:Carina Dahl (story), Ella Lemhagen (screenplay)
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(br) wrote: Ya i know yall want to take turns kicking me but you know what? I call a spade a spade and i wasnt bored once through this film. Ok if you are a wrestling fan as i am RVD is RVD he really never gets excited about anything even when he won both the world titles for the WWE and the Tna. And Dave Bautista on the other hand i sense acting skills if they were drawn out persay by and acting coach. Besides these guys are cooler then the other side of my pillow. When i first started to see the teaser trailers last year for Stallone's Expendables the hair used to rise on my arms. Then when it came to opening weekend bang we were there and let me tell you the dissapointment of 2010. No script and RVD is 10 times the actor Dolph Lundgren will ever be. Every single fan of the expendables i have talked to all say who needs good acting and script they blow stuff up! Ok but the same people bulk at this? Hmmmmm? Anyhow enjoy your slagging i take on all commers!
(ag) wrote: True Hollywood Noir. This one seems to slip between the cracks and wasn't on manys radar, solid film.
(ru) wrote: One star for the Eddie Rabbitt song in the closing credits, the rest of the movie is crap.
(ca) wrote: Porco Rosso (or Crimson Pig, if you prefer) tells the story of a former Italian World War I fighter pilot named Marco who carries a curse that has transformed him into a pig man. Now a flying bounty hunter for hire, he roams the skies, ridding them of gangs of air pirates and pining for his human sweetheart Gina. When a rival pilot named Curtis shoots him down and attempts to sway Gina's affections, Marco must quickly get his hands on a new biplane and go head to head with Curtis, meanwhile evading the Italian air force who are out to arrest him. Filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki has brought us many fine animated masterpieces over the course of his career, many of which are some of the greatest films ever made. But one of the first of those films that future fans of Studio Ghibli are bound to see first is this one. The main reason being that it's the most accessible, and also the most whimsical in nature; but at the same time, it isn't. Despite the character spouting about being nothing more than a pig in nearly every scene, you tend to forget about it and just accept him as a human character. He's the only truly fanciful element to the story being told, but it's handled in such a way that we're invested one hundred percent in his him because he's so relatable. It should go without saying that this is a beautifully animated film from start to finish. It's not the best in the Studio Ghibli canon, but it's one of my favorites.
(kr) wrote: I liked it, although the editing is poorly done and sometimes very confusing! Not quite sure what the message is, either...
(us) wrote: carp story, crap acting, crap ninja's, but i love it :)
(jp) wrote: A forever favourite. JB's last film. Myfavourite. Not your typical Belushi, love the nature V city thing.
(us) wrote: One of Robert Altman's least successful movies, a bleak sci-fi tale set during Earth's final ice age, where man's fate is determined by a bizarre board game called Quintet (hence the movie's title). The incomprehensible plot, glacial pacing and incredibly pessimistic outlook make this one a chore to sit through.
(de) wrote: ONE OF THE BEST COMEDY FILMS I'VE EVER SEEN! Still my favorite Monty Python film!! If you haven't seen it, GO OUT AND SEE IT RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!