During the Nazi occupation of Belgium during World War II, a Belgian resistance group revives the newspaper "La Libre Belgique" to expose and counter Nazi propaganda efforts to deceive the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Stephen E (jp) wrote: Freaking golden cast, why am I just not hearing about this?
Mark L (fr) wrote: Good to see bish in a film
Christopher H (ru) wrote: Perfect for those interested in film history, "American Grindhouse" takes a look at American exploitation films from their start in the early 1900's to present-day with director's like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez bringing the classic nature of the film back. Focusing on giving the audience what they want, like sex, violence, and special effects, these films took on a life of their own. What will surprise you from this film are certain films that are considered exploitation films, like Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Spielbergs' "Jaws" as well as how popular many of these films were, even the ones completely considered smut. With many interviews with film historians, directors, and actors, "American Grindhouse" feels like a quick starter course for anyone interested in the subject, showing many clips from the films it talks about, creating one of the most well put together film documentaries I've witnessed in a long time.
Carolina V (nl) wrote: De esas pelculas sencillas que siempre divierten
Luke P (ca) wrote: Nicolas Cage and Elisabeth Shue give brilliant performances, but the film is let down by a poor final act.
Orlok W (au) wrote: I must say a brilliant effort by Hinzman--A fun gore fest with a huge body count!!
Whit w (ag) wrote: This is not a memorable entry in the series of Amicus anthologies. I didn't really enjoy any of the stories. They include "The Gate Crasher," "An Act of Kindness," "The Elemental," and "The Door". The only saving grace for me was Peter Cushing as the proprietor of a collectibles store. He makes frequent appearances in the 'wraparound' story. "From Beyond The Grave" is not scary and contains nothing that will stick with you once it's over.
Deadly V (ag) wrote: A haunting existentialist parable.
David L (de) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.
James M (au) wrote: Well directed and well acted!
Andrew M (fr) wrote: If you're going to make a dramedy, your two key elements - drama and comedy, of course - need to land. Where Shawn Levy's latest directorial effort, This is Where I Leave You, struggles in both of those departments, which is a shame because there's a lot of talent going to waste here. Based on his own book of the same name, writer Jonathan Tropper fills the film with long winded back-and-forths between characters that ultimately detract from the emotion he's clearly trying to convey in these scenes. It's as if Tropper has copy and pasted in bits of dialogue from a first draft, before the dialogue has been edited so that it actually sounds natural. Big emotional reveals lack the punch they need because of this, leaving that half of the film rather empty when it could easily be quite compelling. On the other side of the coin, the attempts at humor are hit-and-miss, with some adding bits of charm here and there and others falling completely flat in trying to lighten the mood of the family drama. It's strange that this is the case, because the main cast that makes up the dysfunctional Altman family consists of lots of talented comedic actors. Perhaps its the way many of them play against type: the likes of Jason Bateman and Tina Fey are more dramatic than we're used to them being, whereas a more dramatic actor like Adam Driver takes up many of the comedic scenes (and is consistently one of the funnier parts of the movie). Nobody here is particularly bad, they just don't deliver in the way you know they are capable of. Between their talent and the overall story at hand, this isn't a film that should leave you as empty as it does.
Chandra P (mx) wrote: When we heard about this movie coming to our area we were pretty excited to go see it, as we have loved watching clips of RB on the internet in America. So we drove an hour and a half one-way after work to check it out. The majority of the movie is pretty ego-centric , all about his previous life, sensationalized & his shock the public experiences. We did not come for that. He briefly mentions "revolution," & we were really disappointed that he did not explore what he means by this. We are interested in change & how this looks & takes place. we can not just stand up &say "Revolution" with out showing a way. We wished that he would have expressed for the majority of the film, cutting edge ideas, educated, & elaborated on his dream of a new world. We wish him the best for his drug rehab programs.
Kevan W (es) wrote: excellent adaptation of a moving story