Tüzoltó utca 25.
Hungary's postwar history told through the dreams, nightmares, and memories of the inhabitants of an old house on the eve of it's destruction.
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Sara M (mx) wrote: Couldn't stop laughing
sha b (ru) wrote: one of the nicest bollywood film
Steve W (ru) wrote: Like a modern "Alice in Wonderland", young Haru saves a cat from being run over by a truck and finds herself in the thanks of the Cat King and his followers. She is kidnapped to be married to Prince Lune, and only Baron Humbert von Gikkingen (from Whisper of the Heart) can save her. Full of adventure, humour, and a little life lesson, The Cat Returns is a fresh and original animated serving from Studio Ghibli.
Ian F (es) wrote: Here's the thing. This is a bad movie. It's just bad. Yes it's a mockumentary, but that doesn't mean that anything goes.HOWEVER, it IS a mockumentary so this movie is totally plausible! And the truth is, most of us KNOW these people! So it's like this voyeuristic view into the losers we knew in High School, except they are all grown up and running amuck, drunk and stupid. It's fun. This thing is tons of fun! It wains near the end, and the death of the filmmaker is almost unthinkable, especially the casualness of it. Even the cancer takes a damper mood that I didn't want to take. But otherwise, this is tons of fun!Great of a cheap, mostly easy laugh... stick to the first 20 minutes for those! Then plot intervenes.
Luis R (ca) wrote: alright its boring but yea i cant defend it
Hakan D (it) wrote: Ken Loach - Ekmek ve Guller
Justin S (es) wrote: "It's not like we're hardened criminals here. We're in show business."
Tim G (au) wrote: An inside look at what up-and-coming comedians might go through to make it big.
monsieur r (de) wrote: 70-80%---WWII comes to California to change people's lives, some of them, like our characters are not changed necessarily for the better. Nominated for one Academy Award. Set during the Second World War, Hawn plays a woman who has been assigned to an armaments factory while her husband (Ed Harris), a Leading Seaman, is overseas in naval service. During the course of the film Hawn falls for the charms of another man played by Kurt Russell and befriends her embittered neighbor and ex-singer played by Oscar nominated (but not winner) Lahti. Due to the several years involved, our 3 primary characters in this film are thrown together by circumstances of a conflict beyond their control. They all come to work at the same plane manufacturing plant and their lives become intertwined with near disastorous results. This is a film about how personal relationships are made, injured and maybe, with work, healed. It's a tale of the love smitten (Kurt Russell as Lucky); the estranged boyfriend (Biscuit) ; the tempted wife (Hawn) and her faithful husband (Harris). The first half of the film is devoted to setting up the second half. Its pretty slow action and seems mundane or even uneventful as these characters work and play together after Hawn's husband enlists in the Navy. The years take their toll and by the time Jack, the husband comes back home, unexpectedly too, he is faced with Lucky (Kurt Russell) who is partying with Hawn and her friend Lahti. This is where the film starts to gain traction and becomes a serious study of how WWII disrupted so many lives. By the end of the film, with the war over, neither the Navy nor the factory needs the women or the men that served them so well. They are forced, once again, to adjust to their new lives. I recommend this film for the intriguing storyline and period costuming and sets. Its easy to give up on the film in the first half, but don't do it. Goldie Hawn is just very good as the wife left to her own devices and who after months of being without husband Harris, gives in to Lucky's pursuit. The cover art on this dvd is not nearly appropriate. Hawn is made to appear as some sort of flirt, which she definately was not. A better title would have been: The Ones They Left Behind. NOTES about the film: 1 Lahti earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her tragic portrayal of heart-broken ex-singer. She did not win it though. 2 Singer Belinda Carlisle made a foray into the film. 3 Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell saw the film as a lighthearted vehicle while the director Demme attempted to create a more serious film. Hawn and Warner Brothers requested a recut and partial re-shooting in order to get the movie they had hired Demme to film. 4 Demme's director's cut exists on bootleg VHS only. CAST: Goldie Hawn ... Kay Walsh Kurt Russell ... Mike 'Lucky' Lockhart Christine Lahti ... Hazel Fred Ward ... Archibald 'Biscuits' Touie Ed Harris ... Jack Walsh Sudie Bond ... Annie Holly Hunter ... Jeannie Patty Maloney ... Laverne Lisa Pelikan ... Violet Susan Peretz ... Edith Joey Aresco ... Johnny Bonnaro Academy Awards, USA 1985 Nominated Oscar Best Actress in a Supporting Role Christine Lahti Golden Globes, USA 1985 Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Christine Lahti New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1984 Won NYFCC Award Best Supporting Actress Christine Lahti
Jim G (jp) wrote: A fair suspense/horror movie. The usual thing: people trapped in a medical facility with your basic Incubus on-hand to try killing each in turn.
Bheema D (de) wrote: The best Marx Brothers film.
Kevin M (mx) wrote: One of the more unconventional and violent superhero movies also turns out to be one of the better ones. Ryan Reynold's brutally honest sense of humor and high-caliber energy keeps the film going without getting dull. Also unconventional is the villain, written with a surprising amount of thought. He saves Deadpool's life, yet also manages to ruin it by being incredibly sadistic. Fun and games aside, it is a rarity in which I find myself emotionally invested in action heroes, and Deadpool never reached those heights; it quickly escaped my thoughts and failed to be substantially memorable. Despite the quality of the dramatic elements, the style (celebrating everything in excess) is a very welcome and refreshing one and should be applied in superhero flicks more often.