Turetskiy gambit

Turetskiy gambit

The film is based on the second book from the Adventures of Erast Petrovich Fandorin series of novels written by the Russian author Boris Akunin. The film takes place in 1877 during the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Russian,Turkish,French,Bulgarian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   battle,   spy,  

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Reece L (us) wrote: The fact that this documentary exists at all is a miracle, its subjects unbelievably open about the acts of genocide they carried out against their own people and too intellectually limited to contextualize their actions (until they're forced to; the final scene involving this idea is jaw-dropping). The focus on these military dictators allows for discussion in regards to the capabilities of human cruelty, but the reenactments take the criticism to a place of self-reflexivity, a comment on the nature of filmmaking as a means of truth/falsity and the disturbing influence of western culture on political systems abroad. The film is, essentially, a non-stop barrage of powerful imagery; it's a once in a lifetime experience for a filmgoer and a vital piece of truth everyone should see.

Matt B (mx) wrote: It's nowhere near as good as Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris's previous classic, Little Miss Sunshine, but it's still fun and VERY cleverly written. Zoe Kazan, who also wrote the script, is absolutely charming. You'll finish Ruby Sparks hoping to see her in more movies.

Cyn H (au) wrote: This was a lovely film! It will touch your heart!

Anthony T (ag) wrote: A very enjoyable and original film. Highly recommended

Kyle M (es) wrote: Better off not watching it.

danielle p (kr) wrote: good father \and son movie!

MF J (nl) wrote: As a kid it was one of my favorite films ever. Of course watching it today makes me smile but somehow the films of our childhood have a very special effect on us and will downward play in my partiality when reviewing it. It's the kind of films no one makes anymore, the heroic fantasy kind of tale that used to thrill kids of my generation. This is not a masterpiece but it's well produced and has an 80's flair to it that always gets me. If you have some curiosity give it a shot because it's honestly fun to watch ... just keep an open mind and bring back your childhood spirit...

Tedrico L (ru) wrote: This was an interesting remake of a 1958 film in which, Dan Aykroyd finds himself up against something more terrifying than the serial killer he's been after, who winds up murdered by what many think to be a normal civilian citizen. Little do they know a genetically altered, wanna be super hero type (played by Devon Gummersall) may have saved the city from the terror of serial killing but, ... what about his insatiable hunger, as he metamorphisizes into an arachnid. This was cute, although terribly "B-rate". It's worth watching one time.

Allan C (jp) wrote: Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich followed up their huge success with "Independence Day" with this weak American remake/reboot of Godzilla. The film starts out promising, with scientist Matthew Broderick being scooped up by the government to help them investigate the effects of radiation on what is likely a new monstrous creature. The cast is solid, with Jean Reno, Maria Pitillo, Hank Azaria, Kevin Dunn, Michael Lerner, Harry Shearer, Vicki Lewis, Nancy Cartwright, Richard Gant, and my favorite 80s/90s stuntman Al Leong and you even have Gretchen Mol in an uncredited role as a reporter. However, the film is a real slog at nearly two and a half hours. When this film came out, it was a direct attempt to show up "Jurassic Park" with an even bigger dinosaur creature and took the same serious tone. I think where Devlin and Emmerich went wrong is that they forgot the playful tone they brought to the action and adventure they had in their previous films like "Stargate" and "Independence Day." Emmerich is a solid action director, but he's no Spielberg. Maybe if this film was edited down to a tight 90 minutes, it may have worked better.

Nupur D (kr) wrote: Now this is a classic through-and-through. This movie reminded me of the brilliance of early actors. The one-liners and overall humor was entertaining.

Dena S (nl) wrote: This is going to be my new Sweetest Thing girl movie.

Charles C (ag) wrote: Another creepy quirky film.

Riley O (mx) wrote: More explosions, more spraying bullets and more screams of death. What more could you want in a Rambo movie?

Ross S (es) wrote: Josh Brolin is so young !!