The Year of the Hare
Young advertising executive Vatanen suddenly quits his job and his whole life in Helsinki, and decides to spend a while in the Finnish wilderness. A wounded hare hit by a car becomes his travel companion. Together they find reclusion in the Finnish Lapland, soon to be disturbed by a noisy group of foreign tourists and their pretentious Finnish hosts. When the hare gets ill and needs to see a vet, Vatanen must return to the city and finally face the choice between his new and former life
- Stars:Antti Litja, Kauko Helovirta, Markku Huhtamo, Paavo Hukkinen, Juha Kandolin, Kosti Klemelä, Anna-Maija Kokkinen, Martti Kuningas, Ahti Kuoppala, Hannele Lanu, Hannu Lauri, Heikki Nousiainen, Esa Pakarinen, Martti Pennanen, Tuija Piepponen,
- Director:Risto Jarva,
- Writer:Risto Jarva, Kullervo Kukkasjärvi, Arto Paasilinna (novel), Arto Paasilinna (screenplay)
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The Year of the Hare torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Normally eco-films bug me because they follow a formula...this one rams it into the ground.
(es) wrote: Surprisingly not bad... acting is ok... story is predicatble but executed well enough... better than expected!
(us) wrote: A contemporary Pale Rider, well done.
(nl) wrote: A documentary encompassing all things superman
(mx) wrote: Woody Allen goes more European than I've ever seen before. As frivolous as a seasonal fling. I don't understand why Rebecca Hall gets less than top billing. She is not such a big name celebrity as Bardem, Cruz, and Johansson, but shares the screen equally with them. Hall is Vicky, the more responsible, engaged friend of Cristina. Johansson is Cristina, the party girl willing to experiment. Bardem and Cruz are the mercurial couple that Vicky and Cristina meet in Barcelona. It is also a mystery to me why Allen has a guy narrating this story even though it is obviously primarily from the women's perspective. Rebecca Hall is the character that takes on the traditional Woody Allen role and Javier Bardem is the seductive hottie (usually a female role in other Allen pictures) that all three female leads want to get to know better AKA have sex. Even though Allen reversed the genders of the roles it is still a sexist tale. It is a chance to view several stunning European Continent locales and explore the emotional lives of these artist types.
(jp) wrote: I drank a bottle of vodka and it still sucked... I am a fool
(gb) wrote: you want me to see this one right
(es) wrote: The strange and bizarre antics of the Addams Family continue in the off-the-wall sequel Addams Family Values. The story follows a black widow who poses as the Addams' new nanny and attempts to seduce Fester; meanwhile Wednesday and Pugsley are sent off to summer camp. Unfortunately, the comedy isn't as edgy and morose as the first film. And, the cast give rather underwhelming performances; except for Christina Ricci, who really steps up and carries the film. In fact, it's the B-story that delivers most of the laughs as Wednesday gets into a rivalry with one of her fellow camp mates and rebels against her counsels. Though it's not as good as the original, Addams Family Values is still hilariously entertaining.
(nl) wrote: A wonderful mix-up. Instead of a poor princess doing chores, there's a poor prince. And the fairy godmother is the fairy godfather. It totally works.
(mx) wrote: Here we have a Soviet war film that doesn't focus on violence but on potent shots of its characters faces, especially their eyes. Even if its is Cold War propaganda, that's not all it is.
(kr) wrote: Strong film adaptation of changing the culture of a small mining village into a place where schooling is not only appreciated but expected. Strong performance by Bette Davis, playing older than she was. Also watch Nigel Bruce, playing a character nearly as bright as his Dr. Watson character. Nigel is reflects the town character - and what a character he is. Good plot twists that were likely common "back in the day".
(gb) wrote: The stilted acting really brings the rating down on this one. I love the story and scope, but the characters are so thin and broad its impossible to get sucked into their story.
(mx) wrote: Paper townsMore like Paper me
(ru) wrote: If any future filmmakers are looking for inspiration in the guilty-pleasure high octane action genre, xXx is exactly the film to look into. What's not to like about it? Heck, even the horribly awful things are entertaining.Back when Vin Diesel decided not to come back to the Fast & Furious franchise, he chose to join F&F 1 director Rob Cohen in taking on another ridiculous action extravaganza, xXx. Now, the Fast & Furious franchise has figured out the right balance of lighthearted humor, bada** action sequences, and developed characters who we actually care about. xXx certainly has fun action, but that's about it. The humor is there, but in no way do I believe it's intentionally funny. And the characters are pretty awful. Or, at least the dialogue coming out of their mouths is awful.But does a film like this really need to have great dialogue? I guess not. Especially when it contains countless one-liners that do nothing but put a smile on my face from ear to ear. Essentially, this is just another Fast & Furious movie. Fast cars, explosions, women in scantily clad attire, incoherent plots, over-the-top villains, and catchy music. All are staples of the franchise, and Xander Cage's first film outing is no different. The supporting characters are fittingly absurd and bizzare, led by a prototypical performance from Samuel L. Jackson & an equally clichd turn from Marton Csokas. I think the bottom line is, this movie is so far-fetched and insane that it works as one of the best mindless action adventures of the last decade. No one would believe a guy like Xander Cage would be recruited as an undercover agent in any sort of organization, but that's not really the point. xXx sets out to entertain, and that it does.+One-liners+Full-throttle action+Over-the-top-Really, really awful dialogue-Cliched -Does anyone actually care about these characters?6.4/10