To Live

To Live

Fugui and Jiazhen endure tumultuous events in China as their personal fortunes move from wealthy landownership to peasantry.

Fugui and Jiazhen endure tumultuous events in China as their personal fortunes move from wealthy landownership to peasantry. Addicted to gambling, Fugui loses everything. In the years that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kyle V (es) wrote: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is heavily packed with a talented cast and stylish visuals but doesn't suffocate under its own weight thanks to a narrative that's deeply emotional.'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is wildly fun and comical despite it being a murder mystery film. The film takes you on a chase involving a priceless Renaissance painting and a battle for an enormous family fortune, recounting the adventures of Gustave H and Zero Moustafa. Ironically, much of the film's action and plot are staged outside the hotel, which Anderson could've explored more seeing as it was revered to be 'grand' throughout the film after all. A worthy note would be the world Wes Anderson has created once again, The Grand Budapest Hotel and the fictional providence of Zubrowka is warm and vibrant, set against the backdrop of a changing continent soon to enter a war. The pairing of Fiennes and Revolori as the lead characters are surprising and delightful despite being new faces to Anderson's films. While much of the supporting characters are Anderson staples such as Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe Edward Norton, and Bill Murray. The pair truly capture the bond of Gustave H and Zero, the characters' relationship and its development is heart-warming and bittersweet while the dramatization capture the whimsical signature of Anderson. Anderson is quite skilled in crafting adolescent and juvenile characters that we've seen in 'Rushmore,' 'The Royal Tenenbaums,' and 'Moonrise Kingdom,' but his recent take on grown-up characters is still improving.'The Grand Budapest Hotel' features Wes Anderson essentials-a beautiful and vibrant production design, quirky and eccentric characters, romantic subplot, a warm filter, and a deceptive visual style- that leaves almost nothing to complain about and much to adore.

John S (gb) wrote: Starts of abit light hearted, hot chick joins a team, loads of innuendo but then just ends up plane weird as house mate taken over by Asian woman trying to get them to do sex acts !!?

Dave J (au) wrote: Wednesday, June 5, 2013 (2011) The Unleashed HORROR Straight-to-rental and low budget crap centering on young daughter, Madison (Trisha Echeverria)coming back from Europe to sell her mother's house. Her sister Lindsy(Jessica Salgueiro) wants to remain in the house for a few days, so that she can have enough time to find a house of her own. They then discover a "Ouji Board" and both her and their friends decide to use it, and of course the psychic phenomenon happen as well as a dark family history connection regarding the Ouji board.

Jami Inusora M (mx) wrote: Layton fans will love this movie.

Jessica D (au) wrote: This film was no were near as good as All or Nothing was :(

Shaun B (gb) wrote: Reminds me of a bad version of "The Good Son" with Macaulay Culkin.

Onie S (gb) wrote: Not a fan of Tom Cruise coming into this movie, but I thought he did an okay job in this one. I guess if there is one thing I realized while watching this movie, is how shitty people treated soldiers coming home from Vietnam. In some ways, we still do.

Chris C (fr) wrote: For a low budget sci-fi, this was pretty freakin' sweet!

Jack N (br) wrote: Very good movie I recommend it to all!

Michelle M (us) wrote: I don't know why this picture showed up I wanted the Twilight Saga New Moon

Jason S (jp) wrote: dumb vampire movie no blood but alot of alyssa milano more to meet the eyes so to speak

Grant S (es) wrote: Enjoyable...when it doesn't take itself too seriously.Vampire/werewolf/monster/whatever-hunter Van Helsing (played by Hugh Jackman) and his faithful sidekick Carl (played by David Wenham) go to Transylvania to track down Count Dracula (played by Richard Roxburgh). They end up in a town whose inhabitants are tormented by vampires. Among the town's leaders is a local vampire-fighter, Anna Valerius (Kate Beckinsale).Had heaps of a comedy. There are some great lines and funny scenes in the movie, and many of the them are thanks to Carl / David Wenham. Richard Roxburgh's great campy portrayal of Count Dracula is also wonderful - reminded me of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.However, the movie too frequently regards itself as a drama - even worse, an action-drama - and this is where it suffers. The dramatic plot is weak and the action scenes are dull and generic.So what you have are some great funny scenes interspersed with, and generally swamped by, dull action scenes. Very uneven.Overall, okay, but could have been so much better.