Lawrence, an aging, lonely civil servant falls for Gina, an enigmatic young woman. When he takes her to the G8 Summit in Reykjavik, however, their bond is tested by Lawrence's professional obligations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Girl in the Café
Lawrence, an aging, lonely civil servant falls for Gina, an enigmatic young woman. When he takes her to the G8 Summit in Reykjavik, however, their bond is tested by Lawrence's professional obligations.
- Stars:Jayshree Gadkar, Chandrakant, Master Vithal, Sulochana Latkar, Barch Bahadur, Rajshekhar, Chandrakant Gokhale, Suryakant, Antonio Banderas, Yaya Alafia, Rob Brown, Bill Nighy, Kelly Macdonald, Meneka Das, Anton Lesser, Paul Ritter, Ken Stott, Federico Zanni, Penny Downie, Damon Younger, Nína Dögg Filippusdóttir, Marit Velle Kile, Philippe De Grossouvre, Louisa Bojesen, Christian Rubeck, Toshie Ogura,
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Jacob D (de) wrote: Best out of the bunch but still one of the worst movies ever. Just in Fred 2 was released in I max theaters. Also just in a massive amount of people have just commented suicide in front of the nickelodeon building.
Joel M (br) wrote: 7/10: From the same director of another masterpiece The Chaser (2008), this two-and-a-half-hour crime thriller, grips you from the outset and never lets you go. Beautifully shot and expertly scripted
Mark N (es) wrote: Pretty weak sauce from Martin as a horribly obvious plot drags it heels and delivers it's 'surprises' minutes after you already got it. Dern plays her over-the-top girlfriend role superbly but seems out of place with the rest of the cast in their rather mundane roles, making her shine all the more. Martin walks through a role that seems written to drag as the tedious narration explains that he willfully does stupid things in order to allow a farce to ensue. Everything feels forced and without wacky characters it's hard to understand why they do what they do.
Tom R (br) wrote: Pesky Palestinians, Useless German's and some poor weightlifting Jews all feature in this fascinating documentary that was bloomin' fascinating...
Victor T (es) wrote: By now it seems that many horror directors have lost their magic, from John Carpenter, Wes Craven-a so called horror master-, George Romero, Brian De Palma and Tobe Hooper. But sadly, the biggest fall from grace of the genre has to be giallo master Dario Argento,as ever since the 90s he hasn't been able to craft a film of the same caliber of his 70s and 80s films. While the turning point is still debated by horror aficionados, many consider "Phenomena" his last good film or the beginning of the end. Which of those statements is correct? Could it be both or neither?Jennifer Corvino, or as I like to call her Carrie Aburame, is a teen girl who's the new girl in a prestigious Swiss academy. With the help of John McGregor, an entomologist, she discovers she poses the ability to control insects, so the pair decides to use this power as a mean to capture a local serial killer, unbeknown that this decision will unleashed death in their path. "Phenomena" represent a major downfall as the cinematography is bland (the saturated Argento coloration is missing), the acting is quite bad (but to be fair, even the best actor/actress couldn't give a solid performance with this awful dialogue), the story is arguably the dumbest/less cohesive and worst executed in Dario's career (the plot has never been a strong point in his films but this is quite something, even if it is predictable and nonsensical), the use of music is just awful (I adore Motrhead and Iron Maiden, but the constant use of "Flash of the Blade" and "Locomotive" comes out of nowhere and it distracts you) plus the Goblin score lacks a memorable piece, it repeats many beats from "Suspiria", it lacks a macabre atmosphere (while some will argue it has a dreamy atmosphere, it does come off as a failed duplication of the first installment of The Three Mothers trilogy), the amount of subplots is unnecessarily big and they create a number of plot holes, plus the editing fails at making them feel integrated; and Argento's direction feels uninterested in the majority of the film (every time we have a talky scene, it feels like Argento is on autopilot). But with all those enormous problems being said, this might be Argento's most fun and rewatchable film. The story is so insane and keeps getting crazier as it goes on but it manages to hold your attention; the killings are more subdued than Argento's previous works but they are still creative and gory (what you expect from the man), it doesn't overstay its welcome, and it has possibly the best ending in horror history (I challenge you to find a more memorable, creative and funny ending for a horror film). "Phenomena" is an extremely uneven bloody fairytale filled with bizarre decisions, to say the least, but it is charming and quite entertaining. While the story and all of its ideas are bug nuts, this is a hilariously funny B movie that walks the thin line between style and self parody but the result is quite a joy to watch.
Jeb N (ru) wrote: Very moving love story about a boy who doesn't like to be touched and a girl who speaks in rhymes finding each other in a mental institution.
Timm S (ca) wrote: Typically Predictable & Very VERY Bad...But I Was Trying To Work Out If It Was An 80s Period Piece?? Given They Watch VHS-Videos & Danced To Old-School Be-Bop @ 2am..No...No...Noooo!! Make It Stop!!!
Jamin M (gb) wrote: Lady and the Tramp is one of those films that has a pretty standard story but the animation and the characters make up for it. The romance between the titular characters is very cute and sweet. The characters themselves are very likable. Lady is very proper and polite, and a bit naive. and Tramp is suave and cool, and a troublemaker. I love Jock, Trusty, and that Pekingese named Peg. Even Jim Dear and Darling are very likable. And let's not forget those Siamese cats. The animation is very nice. Such great line work and colors. The songs are good, and the comedy and drama are good as well. It's just a good and charming film. It's one of my favorites from the studio. It's a classic. While not the most exiting or complex Disney movie, Lady and the Tramp is very cute, charming, and a good film for families to enjoy.
Ron M (au) wrote: Intriguing visual style and slightly bonkers dystopian plot. The pace is a bit slow and the characters can feel a bit dull, but still worthwhile.