We Are Not Angels
Angel and the devil fight for the soul of a Belgrade playboy who made a young girl pregnant.
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Lewis E (mx) wrote: (1.5 stars)Not a bad premise for a christmas comedy. May I suggest including some jokes next time perhaps?
Gavin S (de) wrote: The perfect art house film. Loved how the movie was set in Laos and based on real events. The village scenes were ridiculously realistic. Even though I had to read subtitles all the way through the dialogue was great and everything tied in perfectly together.
Ryan G (jp) wrote: If you go into this with a Hollywood mindset you'll be disappointed. It is not so much a comedy as it is a radiant postcard to the possibilities of age and the power of community. There isn't much of a plot but it becomes more of what the Times' Stephen Holden called, "a slender Chekhovian vignette."
Nicole W (gb) wrote: I loved this movie. It was amazing, very touching. The whole movie wafiguring out if she was raoed or not and why she was so messed up.
Paul M (br) wrote: jaw dropping funny. tender and sweet as well
Brad S (ca) wrote: A great documentary with an excellent soundtrack by DJ Shadow.
Melissa C (ca) wrote: Great movie for kids.
Paige C (ag) wrote: Grease Will Always Be the WordGrease is one of my all-time favorite movies. I consider it a classic musical. Being a kid, I grew up watching Grease. It was one of those movies that played on repeat in my family household. The question on whether a movie is true to its genre has gone around the cinematic world for a while now. Being in a certain type of genre has so many requirements. If the main hook of a movie is its soundtrack, chances are that it's a musical. Musical films incorporate songs and often dance numbers into the plot, making them the highlights of the storyline. The movie Grease is a class-a example of a musical. In order for a musical to fit the genre it requires the movie to merge songs into the film, Grease does just that. This movie even goes the extra mile and has dancing sequences throughout it. Grease is a 1978 American musical romantic comedy-drama film directed by Randal Kleiser and produced by Paramount Pictures. The film stars John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, and Jeff Conaway. (Contributors, 2015) Many musicals have some sort of love interest and drama throughout the plot.The love interest in a movie is what keeps the story entertaining, for me at least. The movie starts out with Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and Danny (John Travolta) at the beach over summer laughing and kissing. It immediately draws the viewer in and keeps them interested. Sandy walking in with Frenchy (Didi Conn) on the first day of school is such a plot twist and it adds the drama and suspense needed to keep the plot going. Some people of our generation think that all older movies will be bad but this isn't necessarily true. A majority of older movies are all named classics. Grease is obviously not one of the oldest movies in the cinema world but it was produced well before we were all born and now there are many movies from my generation that try to mimic Grease, like the well-known series of High School Musical. It has a timeless feeling to it. Something that could never get old to watch. For me, Grease makes me wish I could live in that time, to see what life would have really been like in the 50's.So the question "Is Grease fulfilling the movie genre Musical?" can easily be answered by just saying yes. There are multiple reasons why, but the biggest one for me is the fact that Grease hits every mark for the "rules and requirements" of the genre. Grease is and will always be one of my all-time favorite movies and that is because of the fact that it is a musical.
Lefteris Z (es) wrote: She the dance moves between N.Wood and Mel Ferrer.
Jackie T (kr) wrote: Very dramatic for Elvis. Sad movie. Sad ending.
Matthew H (br) wrote: Reportedly Kubrick's favorite film of his own as well as being his last feature film, Eyes Wide Shut is definitely an excellent movie. The non-linear story is very deep and can be easily missed if taken at face value.
Dan T (es) wrote: This is one of the scarier first-person paranormal films I have seen, but that's not saying much when most of the film is a non suspenseful rip off of Ghost Hunters, with a few jump scares.
DeJon D (gb) wrote: Open Season is as funny and entertaining as the Madagascar movies. Open Season has great animation, humorous jokes, and great characters.
Dwight J (es) wrote: It's a very realistic movie done from many points of view, but it's hard to watch the US Army get slaughtered so bad.
Keith H (es) wrote: 3 Stars, it's like The Blair witch but with a bigfoot