Maria is 8 years old and thinks her younger brother is really annoying. She meets Makka in the neighborhood who has a magic ball. In some way Maria wishes her brother away. When the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Witch in Our Family
Maria is 8 years old and thinks her younger brother is really annoying. She meets Makka in the neighborhood who has a magic ball. In some way Maria wishes her brother away. When the ...
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Jay L (kr) wrote: A very good look at how rock and roll was the cornerstone of a musical movement that changed a generation. Dave Grohl has pieced together a great documentary about a studio that produced some of the music industry's most infamous bands and some of theiro most infamous albums. Any music lover will enjoy Sound City and will appreciate the work and dedication that Grohl has put into this film. A music see for rock music fans.
Steve T (us) wrote: Watched this again a few weeks back. Holds up better than the critics give it in my opinion. Outside of Dodgeball, Zoolander, and other comedies, Ben Stiller basically seems to play himself which is what was disappointing - but the movie is good because you do get some education on actuaries and how they work - plus Phillip Seymour Hoffman (which is why I watched it again) literally steals the movie with his supporting role.
Mario F (de) wrote: Mantem o soco no estmago de Dogville.
Alan C (it) wrote: A worthy sequel which further develops the characters from the original movie. Whilst not as tight as the first movie it is certainly enjoyable and a welcome watch if you liked the first.
Jon N (mx) wrote: Some nice deaths but very dated and slow by today's terms.
Dusty R (au) wrote: Paul Mazursky has spent a good deal of his directing career examining the intricacies and doubts brought-on by marriage. Strangely, his most powerful films are often glossed over through the prism of time, while audiences favor his lighter, less probing comedies like Moscow on the Hudson, or Scenes from a Mall. Mazursky is one of the great directors of the 1970s, and one of the seminal screenwriters of the era. Perhaps his most underrated, or at least misunderstood pictures are Tempest (1981), co-written with Leon Capetanos, and Blume In Love."To be in love with your ex-wife is a tragedy" offers Steven Blume, the heartbroken eponymous protagonist, a Beverley Hills divorce attorney, played by George Segal, as he begins to disclose the tale of his self-inflicted wounds from the terrace of a caf in Venice, Italy. If his career is a sketchbook, Paul Mazursky has been scratching at all the alternatives facing couples at the point of crisis. Whether to forgive (as in Tempest) or to move on (1977's An Unmarried Woman). Blume In Love is incredibly profound and deep. It is also light and playful at times, and even funny in parts, tragic in others. It offers a brutally honest glance at a marriage pulled over by the side of the road, in the midst of the confusing upheaval of the sexual revolution and the slippery redistribution of power between men and women. It would seem a fair warning to anyone considering screening this picture to remind them that sadly, in today's America, profundity is often interpreted as self-indulgence, and the edge of darkness is just as often seen as a perverse attempt to corrupt the viewer. Not so with Paul Mazursky! He is a master director of both his cast and his audience: he trusts us, the viewer, to be able to make our own moral decisions and to find our own complex reflection in the mirror of his fiction. This quality was always rare in filmmaking and has all but vanished from the craft. This is an adult film in the true sense of the word, in that it discusses the World to which adults are confronted. It offers idealization only in the performance of its artistry, but never in order to paper over the ambiguous nature of the human drama. Blume In Love is largely a film about freedom: the freedom of its players to screw up their lives as they see fit, to love their enemies, or to try to repair the damage they cause by exposing the viral discomfort we feel when we realize that victims not always truly innocent. And ultimately it is about the freedom of the viewer to invite the work to affect us.Blume In Love may seem, after a first viewing, an impossible task for it contains so much nuance and life, packed in under 2 hours of film. A modern Television series would require a full season to develop its characters to this extent - Sometimes, the hardest things seem effortless - so much so that they can fly right under our unsophisticated radar. Mazursky may have been one of those blessed, yet cursed filmmakers: a filmmaker's filmmaker.
Darren B (fr) wrote: Really good film (and one of the best looking). If only today's Formula One was as exciting as this!
Rod S (gb) wrote: On my quest to experience master French Director Jean-Pierre Melville's body of work (Le Samourai and Le Cercle Rouge are two of my all-time favourite films), I came into 'Le Doulos' with high expectations. There is no doubt the Melville trademarks are all at play and the film is suitably gritty and stylish. The plot is quite overwhelming on first viewing with a myriad of double-crossing and unreliable and deceptive characters. In fact 'Le Doulos may have had some influence on the modern classic 'The Usual Suspects'. Whilst not impressing me as much as Melvilles 'Greats' on first viewing, I look forward to re-visiting this in the future.
Ian V (ru) wrote: Decent movie. However, not true to Stieg Larsson's book and a far second to the Swedish film. How can you completely change the story like that? Hollywood, please stick to what works...