A Brief History of Time

A Brief History of Time

A documentary film based on the life of scientist Steven Hawking. The film explores the intimate life of Steven Hawking through him, his friends and his family, as he goes through school, is diagnosed with a degenerative disease, and discovers revolutionary theories about time, black holes, and the origin of the universe. A visually interesting and at times funny film about a extraordinary life.

Unlike the book with the same name, the film is about the life and work of the Stephen Hawking, one of the best cosmologist of all time who overcomes his paralysis to continue studying. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vessela D (ag) wrote: Much more interesting than the first 'You Got Served' movie but still not as good as other dance movies I've seen...

Keiichi F (ru) wrote: The second Ceylan film I've seen and he def has a thing of long moody silences and emotionally depressing characters. It's, again, beautifully shot and the limited dialogue is natural. I prefered this film to his previous 'Uzak' but both are def worth watching!

Anthem B (fr) wrote: If you are looking for an unexpectedly fun and bizarrely funny break from the often too serious real world, do yourself a favor and check out Razortooth. I can easily see this campy horror/comedy flick becoming a cult classic. Thanks for the laughs!

Katrina L (us) wrote: ...for all dreamers - quite funny and romantic :)

Tsukasa A (it) wrote: he former part is relatively slow compared to today's movies and their presence of Richard Gere and Kim Basinger is fully enjoyable.

MF J (mx) wrote: This is a very good film held on the shoulders of Al Pacino who finds here an incredible material to display his extraordinary capacity to enter the skin of his character and become a complete different person, both physically and mentally. Shot by master director Sydney Lumet, this film follows the real life story and career of undercover detective Paco Serpico as he investigates in the police department for corruption. Pacino delivers one of his finest portrayal and confirms how talented and driven he is. Great film. Excellent story and great performances from the cast.

Heather M (fr) wrote: The special effects were terrible and the story was ridiculous, but it was still a reasonably entertaining monster movie.

Veronika A (fr) wrote: One of the most underrated films. In my opinion, one of Julie Andrews' best!!

miles k (de) wrote: Pretty bad, but surprisingly entertaining and fun.

Michael M (gb) wrote: Excellent movie. Ultraviolence, vampires, nudity, Salma Hayek dancing with a snake, Cheech's salesmanship, Keitel, a badass Clooney and a young Juliette Lewis?

Eric H (ru) wrote: I'd go as far to say that While We're Young is quite possibly indie auteur Noah Baumbach's most readily accessible and even mainstream film and with a bunch of winning performances is an on point comedy that has both something to say and something to prove even when its later stages derail slightly into something that feels out of place.Renowned for his quirky comedic character studies mixed with a deft hand of seriousness, Baumbach's greatest successes with films like The Squid and the Whale and Greenberg found the director more focused on the darkness rather than the light so it's great so see Baumbach throw caution to the wind here in this lively and spirit filled tale of 40 plus year old married couple Josh and Cornelia played by the unlikely yet in the end fun duo of Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts, who is a real joy to watch in a film that sees her free from the often seriousness of her other dramatic projects. Baumbach has hit the nail on the end with his skewering of the modern day trend of middle agers trying far too hard to still be hip and I'm sure as I'm privy to there are others out there that know people that will be recognisable in the characters of Josh and Cornelia.With his finger on the pulse to this new age conundrum Baumbach's film suffers when the films focus shifts to a commentary on the state of modern day documentary filmmaking, the film all of a sudden seeming to take on a soap box for Baumbach to stand on and shout from in regards to the movie making medium. He does this through the use of Stiller's Josh a struggling documentary maker who's internal struggles are amplified by his friendship with Adam Driver's energetic and carefree young hipster filmmaker Jamie the films strong opening stanza and scenes where Josh and Cornelia first start their friendship with Jamie and wife Darby are a league above the films later half hour and it's a shame that While We're Young doesn't finish in a stronger fashion.Filled with witty, true to life and socially sharp scenarios, While We're Young is one of the better comedies of the year that has both a winning cast and strong direction from Baumbach that is brought down by strange plot turns that end up adding up to a rather big letdown. Still, Baumbach has yet again reminded us that his one of the most on point social commentary minded film makers of the modern age, with an understanding of the minds of the young to middle aged population that ranks up there with the best of them.

WS W (ca) wrote: Sincere enough, but rather cliched & melodramatic throughout.It reminds me every bit of SVT's mini-series .