The Diamond Arm

The Diamond Arm

Semyon Gorbunkov goes on a cruise. In Istanbul, he slips and breaks his arm. What he didn't know is that this was a signal for a gang of smugglers (a real smuggler - Gena - was also on ...

Semyon Gorbunkov goes on a cruise. In Istanbul, he slips and breaks his arm. What he didn't know is that this was a signal for a gang of smugglers (a real smuggler - Gena - was also on ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Al M (br) wrote: A Thousand Cuts is essentially a home-invasion film about the director of a successful horror series called A Thousand Cuts. A copycat killer re-enacted scenes from his film on a young woman, and now her father is seeking vengeance on the director. While the premise is somewhat interesting, the film just ends up being tedious and making us wish we were watching the fictional film A Thousand Cuts instead of the actual one.

Julie B (gb) wrote: soooo not worth the hype

Damir A (es) wrote: A surprisingly insightful look into the Yugoslav civil war. Equal parts comedy and tragedy and an absolutely worthwhile watch for anyone with some form of link to the ex-Yugoslavia.

Chase H (mx) wrote: This guys charm is amazing no homo but if iwoke up as a white male id want to be a spitting image of him, anyway ienjoyed this movie even though the machine aspect was weird and/or dumb you really had to try to put yourself in his shoes to appreciate this movie iguess. if icould get a list of my own, ithink icould end up falling in love again and wanting to fall in love again

Peter R (es) wrote: A slow paced indie gem set in small town America, this character study of a miserable and self obsessed man is a chance to see that Casey Affleck is one of the greatest actors around. Arrogant and selfish but with enough depth that he still manages to come across as likeable and endearing. The way he treats people is pretty awful too, this especially true of the way he talks to his mother. There is no doubt that this is a special film full of quirks and funny side plots and it's a shame the running time is so short. The basketball sub plot is one such side story that is especially funny and heart warming. All in all this is practically faultless film making by Buscemi which shows what can be done with a tiny budget.

Michael L (it) wrote: possibly my favorite film of all time. I never get tired of it.

Daniel M (gb) wrote: Full of melodrama, but well acted. Great cast of French actors and actresses, which is what saves this film.

Serge L (ru) wrote: Sorry but, I did not like this too much. It felt a bit too forced from the beginning and even as jokes it felt flat for me. After that, the film seemed to rehash some 70s ideas about liberty, women lib theme. The right to fool around with anyone they meet. In another country, the choice being limited... I wasn't moved. I still think Sofia is cool though. Good effort. A french film.

Mike D (mx) wrote: Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand have been in a number of comedies over the years, but 'The Guilt Trip' marks the first time the two shared the screen together. Directed by Anne Fletcher, the movie is a C-rate laugher that follows Rogen's traveling salesman/entrepreneur as he tries to pitch an organic cleaner to big box stores as he asks his overbearing Jersey mother (Streisand) to tag along in an attempt to reunite her with a long lost love on the west coast. The plot sounds like it should be one that would offer up a good amount of humor, and there are a few funny scenes, but overall 'Trip' is just not that funny. There are some weird ups and downs that really do a number on the flow of the film, with some bits of drama just feeling really "off" and out of place considering the set up. Additionally, Rogen is not his usual self, he just seems to be out of his element for some reason. Streisand does well, though, and her portrayal of the crazy mom is in line with what you'd expect. Everyone knows someone in their life who shares characteristics with Mrs. Joyce Brewster. Still, somehow 'Trip' ends on a nice note, which is all you can really ask for. While 'The Guilt Trip' is far from a great film, it's not the worst road trip that's ever been chronicled on screen.

Iain B (mx) wrote: I've never seen the TV series but now I have seen the film