The Tramp and the Dictator
Explores the making of Charles Chaplin's first "talkie" Diktatorn (1940) and draws many things that between Chaplin and Hitler had in common. The film contains colour home movie footage of the film's production which where shot by Charles' brother Sydney. These never before seen films were discovered by his daughter Victoria while looking though an old suitcase she found in the basement. The raw footage gives us an alternate insight to Chaplin's classic film which started production years before Adolf Hitler was seen as a major threat in the western world.
A look at the parallel lives of Charles Chaplin and Adolf Hitler and how they crossed with the creation of . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: I think Hot Wheels could do much better. I know a lot of mom's like this because there isn't any violence, but at the same time it's bathroom humor and overly dumbed down plot is something that shouldn't be acceptable. I grew up in the 90s and can still watch the shows I had as a kid without feeling stupid... this? Well this abomination makes me feel stupid to the point where I only watched 15 mins on each end. 15 mins of the beginning, about 10-15 mins of the ending (which by the way... is a travesty in itself). I wouldn't let my kids watch this. World Race and AcceleRacers had just as good morals than Team Hot Wheels, it was just not in your face and spelled out. "Wisdom is a circle, what you receive you must give back" It also taught us the importance of team work and forgiveness, and also taught us to not judge things without knowing the full story. And that's just AcceleRacers. Go re-watch those movies, you won't regret it.
(nl) wrote: Lame bollywood action. Can't believe Amir Khan agreed to do this movie..
(ca) wrote: Saw this at the New York screening. Went with a friend and had no expectations for it because I didn't really hear anything about it. But after I watched it, I have to say, I was glad I went. I don't recall watching a more naturalistic film. The performances were so authentic and the characters connected so well together. The awkwardness was felt, the intimate moments; it was so natural. I was very surprised by this little movie.
(mx) wrote: nothing but another marterd card, peace of tripe trying to win popular support via pretending being silanced. Mixed with Strawman fallacies build in place of the actual theory of evolution, and demanding outlandish claims to prove evolution - which in most cases would actually disprove it.
(ag) wrote: The first half hour wasn't bad, but then the film free-falls into overly rushed stupidity. Can't believe a film this bad could have been based on comics worked on by Frank Miller.
(mx) wrote: un desperdicio de actrices cmicas
(fr) wrote: thoughtful spin on an "art movie"
(kr) wrote: Somewhat lost is the whole reason why Ruth Ellis is attracted by David Blakely to begin with. Looks? So why does it become an obsession that leads to murder?
(kr) wrote: Johnn Cassavetes just didn't give any fucks. He made serious movies for serious moviegoers looking for something profound and challenging. In that respect, Cassavetes was the antithesis of Hollywood: intimate, tough, but entirely compelling. Opening Night finds Cassavetes once again tailoring a role for his muse and wife Gena Rowlands. Lucky for him, she's a phenomenal actress. Here, as in A Woman Under The Influence, Rowlands plays a woman of great conviction who is losing her shit. What makes this movie different from that previous movie is this time Rowlands character is a narcissistic, dive like actress. After the accidental death of a fan in her proximity, Rowlands' Myrtle begins to unravel. She is forced to confront the chaos and loneliness of her life. She attends the girls' wake, she sees her wherever she goes, and she begins to lash out at everyone around her. Soon, the real issues come to the fore: aging and obscurity. Myrtle fears, as she gets older, not only will her roles dry up but she'll be typecast into certain, matronly roles. It's surprising how relevant this movie is today, where we cast 20 year olds as Harrison Ford's love interest and Marisa Tomei as a grandmother. Myrtle at one point says "Age doesn't have anything to do with anything," then follows that up with, "When I was 18, I could do anything," thus revealing that age does in fact matter to her. Opening Night finds Cassavetes and Rowlands at their most free and uninhibited, resulting in a funny, painful, profound film about aging and the artistry of aging.
(es) wrote: if you need more bette after "whatever happened to baby jane" this should fix you right up!
(mx) wrote: Just the right mix of comedy, action, and adventure.
(nl) wrote: A gritty, brutal (albeit sometimes silly) sword and sorcery classic.
(it) wrote: pile of steaming turd..rubbish actors,terrible story,nothing good about this film. even wwe superstar hornswoggle is wear a stupid gremlin outfit so don't see him.. crap
(es) wrote: Havent seen it. Not interested. Hollywood comedies are lame.
(it) wrote: Really enjoyed this film. First RT review ever but was disappointed that it has not received more attention. Great story line. Outstanding performances. There were some very beautiful and jarring moments in the film.
(us) wrote: Otherwise known as "Sea Monster Rape."
(jp) wrote: never thought i'd like a movie about 2 guys having a meal but i did.