Visions of Europe
Twenty-five films from twenty-five European countries by twenty-five European directors.
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Wayne W (nl) wrote: DBZ, this movie was great
Weng S (de) wrote: ??????- ????????, ????? ....zzzz
Ills G (es) wrote: The competition is huge, but maybe the worst of Godard's last 40 year
Ryan D (mx) wrote: F**k all you guys who hate on this, it's a beautiful -yet comical- look into a serial killers way of life and the process of his work. Mind you, he's a sloppy ass serial killer with no real M.O. and no restraint or restrictions on who he kills. No pattern, no signature, but overall a very good serial killer. So, f**k y'all.
Demonic N (fr) wrote: This looks really crap.
Suse B (nl) wrote: I was deeply moved. Exciting.
Kurt W (ag) wrote: What a load of wank this film is, mark sykes and steven dickinsons choice from the video shop. dont think ill ever forgive the pricks for making me sit through this totalo bag of wank. the director needs a good hiding for making a film this wank
Steve C (kr) wrote: There are many wonderful things about "Careful." It takes place in Tolzbad... a place beyond existence (like Shangri-La)... at the foot of the steep slopes of the Alps, where the slightest sound can trigger an avalanche. The vocal chords of the cattle are cut to avoid disaster. Children are taught to be quiet... to be careful in every aspect of life. They're taught NOT to do things... to hold back... to maintain reserve. It's one of the most wonderfully Freudian films I've ever seen. And, of course, it ends with glorious cataclysm and release. The acting is perfectly stiff, the sets all look two-dimensional (in that beautiful way that the backgrounds of the original "Frankenstein" looked 2-D), the images are fuzzy and the color process is unique. Guy Maddin is amazing at giving his films an aged look. This is the best of his fiction films, as far as I know. It beats "Tales from the Gimli Hospital," "Archangel" and "Twilight of the Ice Nymphs" by a long shot.
Peter P (ag) wrote: I like Forest Whitaker, but this was not a good movie. If you want to see him be a good hitman, the watch Ghost Dog instead.
Issac L (mx) wrote: There is a ship full of passengers in the film, but it is not Titanic, there's no icebergs either, with a satirical overtone, this Oscar-winning (BEST ART DIRECTION and CINEMATOGRAPHY in B&W section) film from Hollywood's ill-fated tycoon Stanley Kramer, who has nominated for 9 Oscars without a single win, could be best interpreted as a bourgeois lampoon to the times before WWII (1930s). The hotchpotch of the first-class passengers (from Mexico to Europe) depicted in the film are complying with the milieu of that particular period, notably the 3 Oscar-nominated performance from Simone Signoret, Oskar Werner and Michael Dunn (the latter is a very interesting example of a nomination from a normally pedestrian presence, I hope the dwarf card is not the case here), and judging by my taste, Heinz Rhmann and Vivien Leigh are also quite in the top form, especially Ms. Leigh, not to mention her turbulent real life status at that time, her frail with dignity performance is rather too harrowing to watch. However the true heartrending sympathy I am able to sense is from a divine Simone Signoret, a countess on exile, along with her foredooming love story with the inward doctor on board Oskar Werner. One thing niggling me is the film's aloof stance towards the poor underclass, they are living in another parallel world even though they are on the exactly same boat with those well-off patrons in the first class. I expected that the film could have gone much further by creating the contradictions between these two classes and which would be more emotionally radical to underline the more meaningful exposition on human's prejudices. But the film doesn?t offer this on its tilted menu and most characters are indulging themselves in their own insignificant trifles which I easily lost my absorption to address myself to.
Ray K (nl) wrote: Not the worst, but not the best either.
Bruno V (nl) wrote: Very weak story , predictable ...some good songs performed decend , but the guys in this movie raped every song they sung ! No normal person would push the button to turn the chair when the guys would sing !!!
Danny H (de) wrote: A very well done mini-series/movie adaptation to the "12 Labors of Hercules" Lots of action and very interesting situations. While the CG is 9 times out of 10 very cheap looking the movie is enjoyable. The children in the movie were also fairly poorly written but their screen time and lines in the movie are short which means the worst acting and worst written characters are barely in the movie at all. Good move, if you absolutely must have a child character make their roles small. for the few faults it has I was able to enjoy the mini-series. I recommend it to anybody who is a fan of greek mythology