Michel, a retired math teacher, has lived alone since his wife's death & occupies his time writing an essay about the beliefs that shape daily life. One day he comes across Dora, a young ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Girl from Nowhere
Michel, a retired math teacher, has lived alone since his wife's death & occupies his time writing an essay about the beliefs that shape daily life. One day he comes across Dora, a young ...
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stefano l (us) wrote: Amazing how just two people can light the scene. Of course the script is very well created, but what makes the movie enjoyable is the ability of the two actors to exchange their roles continuously and challenge themselves in an acting duel. Amazing.
Jeff B (ru) wrote: A true story that in the telling conveys to the viewership the suffering of our brave soldiers and that they don't suffer alone, for the effects or war are felt by all they come home to. This film can be seen, in a way, a training for civilians, an awareness program that goes beyond mere entertainment, important in its message and impact for all families and communities that take in their vets. Many have complained about the film being disjointed, that there's a problem with the ending, and other issues. But one must remember that this is not fiction, it is based in fact, and, to a great degree, the film stays true to the original story. It begins as a nice romance, engagingly played by Firth and Kidman, but soon turns raw as Lomax's (Firth) trauma is made evident. And the only way it is resolved is by a chance meeting with his great tormentor, Nagase. At their encounter the only thing holding Lomax back from killing Nagase is his love for Patti, his wife. It's as if the universe has sent her and Nagase to fulfil his promise made to his friend Finlay (Stellan Skarsgard, who also gives a great performance, as per usual) that they would survive the prison camp, return to England and live. But for many years they do nothing of the sort, only existing day by day reliving the horrific events restricting any and all joy. But it is Patti's love and providence that brings Lomax his eventual peace as tormented forgives tormentor. An important and well played film stem to stern.
Scott W (mx) wrote: Will not bore you with boring finance talk but also sheds little light in how Madoff pulled it off. Harry Marcopolos' frustration over not being believed is understandable. His fear of car bombs and assassination attempts seems paranoid, the film shows no evidence anyone was even aware he was a man on a mission.
Manisha G (jp) wrote: The movie is so real that it becomes disturbing. It is 100X better than SRK's Devdas. Abhay Deol is brilliant as always.
Panta O (ag) wrote: As a Historian of Art I was interested in this documentary which chronicles the history of the American exploitation film, especially when I found out that I can see exclusive interviews with John Landis, Joe Dante, Jack Hill, Don Edmonds, Fred Williamson, Allison Anders, James Gordon White, Larry Cohen, William Lustig, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Judy Brown, Jeremy Kasten, Jonathan Kaplan, Bob Minor, Lewis Teague, David Hess and Fred Olen Ray. Interviews were not bad, but this is sold as a documentary. Disappointment was in the part that I felt that this documentary exploits the history of exploitation film - and doing it very superficially! I liked the part where we could see the obscure, mostly-forgotten '50s childbirth films that were produced and promoted as educational... because just reminds us that nothing has changed! Same things are done today! And this documentary is just a part of it.
Jana W (it) wrote: Not as good as the first one, but still good.
Jeff B (br) wrote: Pretty boring, really. The human subplot was among the least interesting I've seen in Godzilla films with the possible exception of "Godzilla's Revenge."
Andrey B (au) wrote: If not looked at from the critical point of view but from the point of view of a child that grew at the time of this picture, this movie is very good and it has a primitive but strong message for kids: don't give up and believe in yourself.
Jared S (jp) wrote: A crazy film which it seems to me it takes place within the late 60's to early 70's. Plus I find it interesting that the film is like a snapshot into a time where change is according in the United States. P.S. I find it funny at certain parts of the film and the two cops are actual pigs.
Andrew N (kr) wrote: As horrible as Leprechaun is, it does deliver a great laugh. Not enough scares to even give anybody nightmares. Probably nightmares from stupidity, but that is about it.
bill s (de) wrote: I knew this movie would not be a hit for the critics.....one that just works inspite of itself.
Jake D (fr) wrote: By using Christopher Nolan memorising directing skills and a handful of flawless performances, The Dark Knight exeeds not only as a gritty, action packed thrill ride, but also as a dark, complex and stunning superhero movie that defies the boundaries of the genre.
James W (jp) wrote: Very close to perfect
Spookie M (mx) wrote: Early black action directed by Ossie Davis. Fast, funny and has Redd Foxx in a small role.