The well-known but out-of-luck actor Jan Uuspõld sets out to hitchhike from Tallinn through Estonia to Tartu.
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Jake M (ag) wrote: Arthur Christmas (2011) is a hidden gem in the realm of Christmas Classics. While it was a success with critics when it first came out, it was still a box office bomb because it was in competition with other movies that came out around the same time. Not only did I think this movie was great, but it might as well be one of the smartest Christmas movies that i've ever scene. It takes what looks like a unfitting concept and gives it a whole new meaning. The strength of the movie comes from the characters and the message. I love all the characters and how almost each of them has an identifiable purpose. No one is right or wrong about anything they all have reasons of why they act a certain way. There seem to be different generations of Santa's they are Santa, Grand Santa and Steve. they all come from a different background and each of them have a different view on how Christmas functions. This makes for great conflict and you do feel the pain for those characters especially for Grand Santa who just wants Christmas to function like in the good old days. Then there's Arthur himself, He is very jolly in christmas spirit but is also kinda clumsy. He is the heart of the movie and despite his clumsiness he still knows how to follow his heart and he'll do anything he can to accomplish his goal even if it means facing his fears. The last character to mention is a wrapping elf named Bryony she basically helps Arthur and Grand Santa along the journey. I love how she gets action packed with her wrapping skills and she does serve as a purpose to be a character that Grand Santa questions because of how she uses updated Technology. Of course this movie is loaded with Christmas spirit and fast paced action but it smartly executes very serious well thought out moments. These moments are so strong that it almost feels like i'm watching a Pixar movie in disguise. Like I said before, The message is one of the strongest parts of the film and it really gives a deeper meaning to what the true meaning of Christmas is really about. It was very surprising to see that the British Stop Motion Animation studio "Aardman" did this animation because it looks amazing. The background environments are huge and immersive and the characters despite their small looking eyes, still look appealing and each design matched the character's personality to a tee. The music score is action packed but also mellow and slow when it needs to be. It finds the right balance and it keeps the movie in focus whenever the pacing becomes really fast or very slow. I wasn't so sure if having a story about the technological advances of the Santa operation would really work but thanks to it's great characters and impressive world building, I can surely tell you that it's an animated Christmas flick that is absolutely full of Holly Jolly Greatness. (A)
Ben R (de) wrote: One of the greatest and most inspiring documentaries.
Pouyan S (ru) wrote: One of Parastui's most powerful performances!A story of faith and lust!
Gerald J (es) wrote: This film really got to me!!! I was so angry at her mother who knew that dirty bastard raped her daughter!!! She knew yet she selfishness and criminal neediness would not allow her to defend her own daughter!! LADIES!! No man takes precedence over your children! I cringe everytime I see situations like that in the real!! Loneliness is a poor reasin to expose your children to pediphiles, dope dealers and chumps with women issues!!!
Andrew S (nl) wrote: A low budget movie that really lacks in many areas.
Gareth D (it) wrote: Somehow manages to be even worse than the first. Urgh.
Generoso F (us) wrote: The film works through Scrader's usually strong dialog and the performances by Dafoe, Delaney and Sarandon but the biblical symbolism of the film is a bit heavy handed and the shootout is cheap way to get out of a better ending. A good effort compared to much of Schrader's later work but the script could have used a bit of tweaking.
Gunpowder B (de) wrote: Honest and uniquely satisfying.
Jack Y (de) wrote: If you expected a taut thriller because the then-Bond was in it, think again. The action scenes are a joke and were lacking even back in 1980, though the plot has some merit. Moore is basically playing either Simon Templar or Lord Sinclair or James Bond but with facial hair and a wardrobe of kilts and without any liking for women. But other than that, its the same guy.
Chris W (fr) wrote: This was Clint Eastwood's first western film post-Sergio Leone, and it's a pretty good one.Clint stars as Jed Cooper- an ex-lawman turned rancher who is wrongfully accused of theft and murder by a corrupt posse. They beat him, and lynch him from a tree, but they don't do a good enough job, and he miraculously survives.After a period of recovery, he is recruited to be a deputy marshal by the local judge who pardons him of his supposed crimes. He is urged to not seek vengeance against those who wronged him, but that proves easier said than done...In a lot of ways, this is basically just a typical exploitation revenge kind of plot, with a toned down spaghetti western feel to it. The film kinda takes a look at the consequences of vengeance, but not as much as later Eastwood films. It adds a touch of depth to the proceedings, but in the end, this is basically just a straight up western drama. I dug it. I mean, Ted Post is no Leone, but he's a decent enough director, and gets the job done here fairly reasonably. The film has a pretty good look about it, dry, dusty, and gritty, and it's pretty fitting given the subject matter. Clint does his thing, and delivers a typically solid performance, and gets in a few more words than his most famous character ever did. Pat Hingle is pretty good as the Judge who pardons then deputizes Jed, and it's fun seeing those two go head to head with one another concerning legal matters. All in all, this is a decent film, and it's done well, despite the fact that it's nothing new, innovative, or revolutionary. If all you want is a solid violence driven action western, then sure, give this a look.
Matt K (kr) wrote: An absolute masterpiece. The music is great, the direction and cinematography is great (there are zooms and slow motion!) and the movie is really really funny!