A meditation on power and the metaphor of the body of state, based on the real episode of dementia experienced by George III [now suspected a victim of porphyria, a blood disorder]. As he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Madness of King George
Nicholas Hytner’s much awarded 1994 drama, based on Alan Bennett's West End play. George III's erratic behaviour leads to a plot in Parliament to have him declared insane and removed from the throne.
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Thomas P (br) wrote: I know its not a perfect movie, but it is at least entertaining unlike any other environmental films that we seen through out the years. Sure it carries leftist and right\-wing political cases. But its the actors that make the story work.
Dimity P (au) wrote: I liked it...I couldn't figure out if Reverend Billy is completely sincere in his evangelical preaching style or if it's supposed to be ironic. He seems to have a cult status with wise-ass college students, judging by the audience members at his appearances. Makes some good points in a criazzzy style. Worth a watch.
Drew B (br) wrote: Great film that not alot of ppl saw. i can really relate to it
Gene M (us) wrote: Bring me young boys and tuna...
Adam R (nl) wrote: (First and only viewing - 6/22/2013)
Richard C (nl) wrote: The most pointless shit! What a waste of film. 1 1/2 hours of an experimental director fidgeting with his new video camera as if it were his dick, attempting all sorts of exposure and lenses and tints, both cheap and mesmerizing out of chance (More often cheap than mesmerizing). If you're going to make your didactic anti-war statement, don't provide pointless shit. The film makes you feel like a spectating alien who's seeing the human race, with an emphasis on technology and anatomy. But if this director thinks this is a legitimate statement "describing" belligerence among humans, he's lots to learn!
Nate T (jp) wrote: Nice and simple film. On Blu-ray.
Joshua G (gb) wrote: A worthy follow-up to Withnail And I by Robinson and Grant.
Joshua E (ru) wrote: Amusing but not very good. I may have just been let down by the fact that this movie has one of the greatest pieces of cover art in existence, which makes the movie that much more disappointing.
Sherwin L (es) wrote: I can't get Oskar's voice out of my head... argh...
Steve G (de) wrote: ...because Randy Rhoads loved it.It's quite dark. And surprisingly thought-provoking re: good/evil, sanity, & moral responsibility. Much symbolism.The pace may be slow for some, but I think it's effective in conveying the gradual decline of the mind; especially when so efficiently & earnestly portrayed by Price.*The reviewer didn't like it because it wasn't irreligious enough. Apparently, movies shouldn't be allowed to make religious connotations to douchebag, wannabe "critics." He admits he was looking for a movie that confirmed his own biases. Instead, he got a good one. "...the callousness of Cordier's office." False. The movie makes clear that he was a man of justice. What this complete moron is doing is transferring his understanding of certain kinds of people for whom he has disdain & assuming it applies to Cordier by virtue of simply being a Magistrate. A form of psychological illness known as Cognitive Inertia. Backfire Effect. Denialism. Go back to Battleship Potemkin, loser.
Kyle M (fr) wrote: A greatly-spirited, modern animated classic that offers everything to make this a fun stage-ride from amazing animation, nice voice acting energizing the upbeats and energy to communicating a well-connected special message. This original touch truly deserve the award for 2006's Best Animated Feature. (A-)(Full review coming soon)
Eddie P (us) wrote: Mad Max Fury Road suffers from pretty much everything most action movies suffer from, lack of character development, and a clear narrative.