The Family Jewels
A young heiress must choose between six uncles, one of which is up to no good and out to harm the girl's beloved bodyguard who practically raised her.
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Asif H (ru) wrote: Ram Gopal Verma is the best horror film maker out there in Bollywood and he once gain delivered with this movie. The film was not a proper sequel to the first `Bhoot` movie. It was strange seeing 1990s superstar Manisha Koirala in the movie.
Ky K (gb) wrote: With amazing cinematography and breathtaking moments, War Horse is an epic adventure with Spielberg's fine touch.
Joshua Z (de) wrote: This is another of those conservative movies that highlights the difference between the liberal extremist fringe in Hollywood and ordinary Americans, liberal journalists hate it and ordinary viewers do not. Though not ideal in its critique of evolution, Stein makes some good points throughout the film. Dawkins at one point even floats the idea that life could have been seeded on Earth by evolution due to the improbability of life arising from nothing, raising the question of whether evolutionists object not so much to the idea of Intelligent Design, but as the Brothers Winn have noted, the extraterrestrial being called God.
Nikolaj S (br) wrote: An interesting film about seeking love and exploring sexuality in the lower class of society.
Amber H (nl) wrote: strange, amusing and slightly disturbing at times.
Nichele W (ag) wrote: you couldn't pay me to watch this BULLSHIT!
Deborah W (fr) wrote: Funny. I loved his movies.
Kevin D (ca) wrote: I have a recurring nightmare. Let me share it with you. In the nightmare, the director Hal Hartley is on my TV screen, only it is not Hal Hartley, but a steroid-laden musclebound version of the man, more Hulk Hogan than Hal Hartley. HH glares at me through the screen. Sweat drips from his muscles. "Hartleymania is running wild!" he roars. "It's in your children, it's in your film festivals, it's taking over the world!" And a muscular arm bursts through the screen and pulls me through. Invariably I wake up screaming. And Hartleymania is here, coupled with the content of another indie film mainstay, the ultraviolence bequeathed us by Q. Tarantino. It's in the intentionallly awful acting, the awkward staging, the flat imagery, the crummy digital photography. Thanks, Hal Hartley. Luckily, Ratanaruang improved by leaps and bounds in "Last Life in the Universe".
Cody K (fr) wrote: This movie was an insult to the original. Plot and everything else is just horrible.
Felipe V (it) wrote: Se hace complejo desencriptar esta pelicula de Fassbinder con tintes de film noir, donde el protagonista parece representar la "seduccion americana" a traves de su aspecto: desde el interes femenino, la admiracion de quienes lo siguen y hasta el amor desbordante de su familia. Sin embargo, el "soldado americano" practicamente no lo es. Nacio en Alemania, conoce los barrios, pero se viste como estadounidense y combatio en Vietnam. Eso lo hace distinto, quizas con un aire de superioridad. "En Alemania nunca pasa nada", dice en una de sus lineas, con un dejo de condescendencia. Se trata de una pelicula de secuencias muy largas, exigentes para el espectador, y que esta atada con dos cintas previas de Fassbinder, aunque unirlas puede resultar una confusion aun mayor. Interesante.
Raphael Y (br) wrote: Baseado na sociedade sulista americana, o filme tinha td para ser Um Vento Levou, mas Bettona eleva o nvel do filme e entrega uma de suas melhores performaces em uma personagem que vai da rebeldia a redeno. Clssico!
Amanda B (us) wrote: Wonderful for its wit and fun. The songs are snappy, with suprisingly naughty lyrics for the time. This film was shot with more care than most movies that come out today. Maurice Chevalier does a great job at acting like someone who is probably very close to himself. Great for anyone who wants to branch away from technicolor musicals.
Christopher B (it) wrote: Hilarious! Never would have thought this would be any good. Just see it.
Shawn S (fr) wrote: Stephen Spielberg's directions is astounding, the story is simultaneously heartwarming and heartbreaking (the numerous atrocities were difficult to watch), John Williams' score is fantastic and memorable, and Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, and Ralph Fiennes all give great performances.