9 Star Hotel

9 Star Hotel

Slipping through the predawn darkness over highways, through traffic and across the border, Palestinian construction workers go to work clandestinely in Israel every day. Haar's raw, handheld photography follows workers who build their own border shanty community to enter Israel more easily, with no choice but to risk their lives simply to earn a living.

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Tuomas R (us) wrote: Heikko! Yritt olla vakava ja luoda uhkaavaa ilmapiiri mutta samalla vesitt vakavat teemat todella typerll huumorilla. Homma on ihan sis ihan levlln ja rytmitys ihan totaalisen pieless! Ei todellakaan ansaitse asemaansa jonkin sortin pikku-klassikkona.**- /5

Miguel R (kr) wrote: Filmed in a found footage mockumentary style, Trollhunter is thrilling Norwegian film about the discovery of trolls

Edward O (nl) wrote: True, when you call a thriller "Hitchcockian," you risk overstating your enthusiasm. And yet, this creepy slow-burner, with its entirely credible and relentless villain, deserves nothing less. All the more surprising as this is from the same team that brought us the zombie gore-fest that was "[REC]". Is it a fact that Spain produces some of the best psychological thrillers of the past decade? "The Secrets in Their Eyes"? "The Orphanage"? You bet.

Melvin W (de) wrote: The Cow: I mean dead fucked."Get Ready To Get Wasted"Shrooms is a movie that offers an interesting premise, but by the twenty minute mark, I realized what I really knew all along. It's nothing new. It's the same old, same old slasher, but the characters are going to be on mushrooms. It creates some solid, trippy imagery that will be something of a fond memory of anyone who has ever tripped before, but as far as a movie to watch; it's nothing special.So a group of friends travel to Ireland to meet up with a friend and go into the woods, camp, and find some magic mushrooms in the woods. The first night out one of the girls eats some mushroom that she shouldn't have. One that had a black dot on the top and goes into a seizure. She doesn't die, but the mushroom gives her the ability to see what she doesn't want to. She can see what's going to happen before it does. Soon it dives into exactly what you knew would happen from the very beginning. It's nothing more than another slasher trying to be the next "cult" hit.I liked the first twenty minutes or so where we were getting to know the characters. The acting was bad, but I expected that so it was no big deal. Also, the movie actually was visually not too bad. It created its atmosphere out of the cloudy, damp Ireland woods setting. Nothing original, but not a bad setting at all.If you want to watch a movie that is just another slasher because you love slashers, Shrooms may be worth a shot. If you want to see something new and original, it's not here in Shrooms. There's definitely an audience for this out there. You know those guys who love psychedelics love shit that's based off of psychedelics. The only problem is the audience for this particular film isn't that wide ranging.

Nat Z (fr) wrote: The guy cuts his hair differently in each time period: buzz cut in 1961, long hair in 1911, and crew cut in 2005. It's sexy and romantic in all three eras.

Daniel O (fr) wrote: My favorite baseball movie of all time

Robyn M (ca) wrote: I was forced to watch this movie repeatedly everyday for 1 month (while baby-sitting my cousins during summer break). At first I though Kazaam was a waste of film... but somehow... he grew on me like an itch that just won't go away.

Scream Q (mx) wrote: A great chiller to send shock up and down your spine-Ironically I just seen The Eye, and I came across this movie! Much to my dismay it was similar in some cases-Very good story right up til the end will keep you going-Great thrill ride-Highly recommended!

Kyle G (jp) wrote: Unfortunately, I kept thinking about how this movie reminded me of Ken Loach, and just from association I assumed I should be hating what I was watching. But aside from the obvious Socialist props, this was on some awesome neo-realism-cum-slapstick tip.

Peter W (nl) wrote: It was hilarious. So creative and great acting. They were all fabulous