A flutist in the forgotten past, at present the husband of a “big man’s” daughter and head of one of the Chief Directorate’s sections felt unwell one day: the forty-year-old man had a pain in his heart. This unpleasant incident provided an opportunity to meet a nurse named Lida. However, their stormy love affair ended, with Filimonov returning to normal life and an unloved wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Forgotten Tune for the Flute
A flutist in the forgotten past, at present the husband of a "big man's" daughter and head of one of the Chief Directorate's sections felt unwell one day: the forty-year-old man had a pain ...
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Jennifer L (gb) wrote: Pretentious film with no resolution. Kristen Stewart's iPhone is actually cast in the starring role. I almost fell asleep during endless close-ups of texting scenes. I don't comprehend critics liking this film. She is boring and plays the same character as she always does, her face crinkled up like she is in PMS agony while enduring a perpetual manic low. Yet another fail about a psychic medium. For the love of God can some please director do a film that doesn't screw up this topic? There is absolutely no closure about whether or not she heard from her dead brother. Gah!
stefano l (fr) wrote: Let's be frank, I would rewatch it three times because I really like Alice Togliatti, but come on! tremendous!
Robert I (es) wrote: Pyun continues to give Uwe Boll a run for his money as the next Ed Wood. Horrendously bad. If anyone gives this more than one star, I think they might be a Nazi.
Andrew N (au) wrote: Okay, a spoiler, I know this can't happen because it's my major.It is absolutely laughable to me how Hollywood stretches some things. If bird flu can kill people as fast as it wants (as short as 5 hours to as 'long' as 2 days!) then we'd all be dead. We'd be facing a virus with an IQ of 150!Now that we know that's impossible, it was a decent telemovie. A tad long, dramatized and somehow fitting the social lives of the actor's in, it's an average thriller. So, not fantastic, but okay. If you want to feel the horror, go watch those doccos that *really* show what an outbreak scenario would be like.
Buggy B (us) wrote: an elite group of FBI agents clash with local authorities in Saudi Arabia while investigating a terrorist bombing of a western housing compound action packed political thriller
Matthew H (au) wrote: Open Season is the average annoying kids movie with animals that talk. I found it to be one of those animated movies where all of the character motivations are ones you don't like, and it's one of those movies that you keep checking your watch to see when it will end.
Kit T (jp) wrote: Robert Duvall looks fast.
Brad S (nl) wrote: - Just watched it again on blu-ray...so much fun. Some great special features on the disc as well.- Surprisingly, I found this movie holds up pretty well. All the gags still work and the film just has a quirky charm about it. The performances are all fun with some good gags/spoofs. Check it out!
Frank P (es) wrote: I loved this movie! So many memories
ric I (ag) wrote: The Robinsons are amusing and likable enough for an hour and a half, but a lengthier exposure to any one of them would have any level-headed person desperately seeking out the number of a facility for the clinically insane. The film's childishly envisioned 'future' will likely appeal only to those without a nostalgic attachment to better bygone eras, and will seem nightmarish to anyone else-especially being home to loonies like the Robinsons. On the plus side, the main antagonist's background gives him more depth than that of the traditional born-to-be-wicked Disney villain, even if he remains ten times more pathetic than the worst of them. The film's more emotional aspects, particularly at the start of the film, show potential, but as the story progresses, one has to decide whether or not that potential was entirely wasted.
Brad S (us) wrote: Not a great movie, but I enjoyed it. I've always liked Hugh Grant, and I like Marisa Tomei as well. Grant plays an Oscar winning screenwriter whose career in Hollywood has stalled, so he goes to teach in a college just outside of New York. Great supporting cast that includes Alison Janney, J.K.Simmons and Chris Elliot certainly helps. Give it a try when in the mood for something light.