The Mafu Cage

The Mafu Cage

Two strange sisters live in a crumbling mansion, where they keep a pet ape, which belonged to their late father, locked in a cage. While one of the sisters seems to be keeping her head on straight, as it were, the other appears to be sinking further and further into barbarism and insanity.

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Stephen K (us) wrote: Inspiring. Brilliant movie. A must-see.

Christopher S (br) wrote: Absolutely awful! If Norm MacDonald had ever had a real career, this would have ended it.

I am A (mx) wrote: This is far by the most annoying characters every invented for this crappy christmas movie. I can't even finish watching this predictable crap.

Manii G (it) wrote: such a cute movieso ramantici dont like asih much but she looked really good. and of course vivek. not the best movie but a must see over all this movie had its moments. i really liked it.

KHRYPTIC (us) wrote: Moderate to decent. Not as intriguing or involved as "Snatch" but paced better than "Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels." There's a number of other movies I'd recommend seeing before this one, however, if you stumble upon it in the vidstore I don't think you'll be mad you spent the rental fee. Keep in mind that it is painfully brutal in the violence; for the amount of brutal violence, I did expect a bit more gratuitious nudity. Perhaps I was just hoping. All in all, in line with expectations. It's difficult to find a really good movie anymore; it seems as though I've seen most of the "modern classics." [k]

dfw f (kr) wrote: Italian for Beginners-2000 Italiensk for Begyndere. A film from Denmark. An unforgettable romantic comedy that's earned overwhelming acclaim, ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS is a warm & playful story about seven perfect strangers & the shared journey of discovery that changes each of their lives! In a small, rainy suburb, a mismatched collection of opposites have signed up for an Italian class in hopes of spicing up their lives! Then, as they realize the class offers them more than just language lessons, they join together on a quest to Italy with the renewed desire to pursue the romances of their lives! Once there, these world-weary students who thought there was nothing left to learn from life will get an education that will change everything they know about love! Hal-Finn (Lars Kaalund) who is in love with an Italian woman but is afraid to tell her, Olympia (Anette Stovelaek) who uses the class as excuse to get away from her demanding mother, & Carmen (Ann Eleonora Jorgensen) who has a similar problem with her alcoholic mom. Not your usual lighthearted romance, Lone Sherfig's heartwarming comedy warms the usually chilly Dogme 95 world of prickly eccentrics & damaged souls with a glowing sense of hope & passion. A belligerent restaurant manager, a repressed hotelier, a lonely hairdresser, & a clumsy, childlike bakery clerk are among the lonely thirty something's who escape the social disasters & comic chaos of their unfulfilled lives in an Italian-language evening course. It becomes a place to dream & to heal emotional wounds (& they have more than their fair share of scars). Sherfig manages to turn the familiar social landscape of films as The Celebration & The King Is Alive--fractured families, abusive parents, tragic pasts-into a backdrop for romantic comedy. If not exactly profound, Italian for Beginners remains a sweet, hopeful, & affirming tale of eccentrics who find friendship, family, & romance while learning the language of love. I liked this movie a lot! I don't know why the National TV Broadcast companies and Movie Productions companies don't try using to Dogme idea to make one hour real drama mini movies. (even full length 2 hours movies) this film is a success. I liked this movie a lot!5 stars

Lesley N (ru) wrote: So exactly what does happen once you're dead? Do you get guided to a place of twinkly lights by a grim reaper moments after they've pinched the soul right out of your body? Or do you get to pop up in front of your loved ones at inconvenient moments to remind them what they're missing? Or do you come back to scare little boys with your rotting flesh until they finish your unfinished business? Or maybe you'll be out playing baseball every night in Kevin Costners field. This film plumps for none of these and instead suggests that after your numbers up, you go to live in a college residiential hall for a week while you drum up your most precious memory to take with you to the great hereafter. A gentle beautiful film that just might make you re-evaluate how you see your life. After all, what memory would YOU take with you for all eternity?

Paul D (nl) wrote: This was Steven Seagal's first major film, and I really didn't like it very much. The story was very boring and hard to follow, the acting was atrocious, and it was just horrible overall.

Andrea R (fr) wrote: This is great! Especially if you enjoy theatre nostalgia, which I do! Like Michael Bay, Castle is more Barnum than Bergman and that's not a bad thing, then or now.

Sean S (jp) wrote: This is Deniro showing his chops and Dana giving a grade A performance. This film will not be accessible to all nor appreciated by most but those who do will love it, about fathers and sons, writers, a slow descent into dementia and the struggles of the working class. A beautiful, beautiful film

Raji K (gb) wrote: Clint Eastwood returns as the Man with No Name and the sequel to a Fistful of Dollars in For a Few dollars more. The movie is not a direct sequel, as actors from the first film particularly Gian Maria Volonte returns, but as a different character. This time Eastwood is a bounty hunter who must pair up with Van Cleef to take down a bank robbery gang. For a Few Dollars More, is a more direct movie, that has more action, more interesting characters and is a better movie than its predecessor.