The Luzhin Defence
Based upon the novel by Vladimir Nabokov, a chess grandmaster travels to Italy in the 1920s to play in a tournament and falls in love.
- Stars:Adam Chubbuck, Paul Allio, Michel Amphoux, Roland Amstutz, Pierre Banderet, Jean Benguigui, Bernard Bloch, Claude Bouchery, Gildas Bourdet, Isabelle Caillard, Florence Camarroque, Rémy Carpentier, Philippe Clévenot, John Turturro, Emily Watson, Geraldine James, Stuart Wilson, Christopher Thompson, Fabio Sartor, Peter Blythe, Orla Brady, Mark Tandy, Kelly Hunter, Alexander Hunting, Alfredo Pea, Fabio Pasquini, Luigi Petrucci, Carlo Greco,
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Scott R (fr) wrote: Big businessman vs small man. Guess who wins? Big businessman. Funny thing is, my boss is the sister to the big businessman.The whole premise is that there is a great opportunity for the community of Brooklyn to benefit from. But this man and a bar refused to move for it, even though the business was willing to give you a significant compensation to make sure that you were well taken care of. So much so that those involved were willing to sign a gag order and not talk about it anymore. The man even in the end settled with them, but never told us what he got that allowed him to move into a new apt. Should people be demonized because they have the means to do things like that? Have enough money to legitimately buy and build things? Yes they should, that is what capitalism is about. It almost went too far though with the unjust movement of circumventing some city officials.
Senor C (nl) wrote: Scooby-Doo is probably my favorite cartoon so I thought I'd check out the gangs latest offering. The animation is a lot better but unfortunately they resort to computer animation & it's highly noticeable. It made me long for the 60s & the music montage instead of the high octane CGI chase. I guess you need some excitement to sustain a full length running time even though they introduced three ghostly camp legends; the best being The Woodman who brandishes a mean axe. The wrap around of Fred wanting to be a consular @ Camp Little Moose (a camp where he went as a kid) is a bit of a lawn. The camp is being terrorized so it's up to Scoob & the gang to solve the mystery... No Casey Kasem doing vocal work but there is Mindy Cohn & Mark Hamill
Ian B (au) wrote: This was the worst shit ever. Didn't explain a single thing and was pretty much a giant flaming ball of crap.
Deven T (nl) wrote: Disney's remake of the Incredible Journey is just as amazing and sucessful as the 2007 remake Bridge to Terabithia. I really like the improving innovating ideas of this film. It's undeniably beautiful with a true clear message behind it. It's a faithful and successful remake adaptation of the 1963 film showing the importance of friendship, love, teamwork, courage and to never give up hope, all told by the animal trio's cross country odyssey across the California wilderness is a great, fun family film and truly emotional. It's truly a 250 mile incredible journey!
James H (us) wrote: Nuke 'em High was better. Jeeezzz haha
Claire W (kr) wrote: Hilariously piratesque and risque.
Jenna G (es) wrote: The Deep End was a good, but predictable, movie. Tilda Swinton was pretty amazing, though. And I swear to Bob, the film's score (background music) was used in 'Atonement' .. I swear it.
Scott R (jp) wrote: Not nearly as good as the first.