Theseus, Duke of Athens, is going to marry Hyppolyta, Queen of the Amazons. Demetrius is engaged with Hermia, but Hermia loves Lysander. Helena loves Demetrius. Oberon and Titania, of the kingdom of fairies have a slight quarrel about whether or not the boy Titania is raising will join Titania's band or Oberon's, so Oberon tries to get him from her by using some magic. But they're not alone in that forest.Lysander and Hermina have there a rendezvous, Helena and Demetrius are there, too as well as some actors, who are practicing a play for the ongoing wedding of Theseus and Hippolyta. Due to some misunderstandings by Puck, the whole thing becomes a little bit confused...
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Edward C (ag) wrote: Plot/Summary,A group of so-called superheroes have been supposedly fighting for good, but leaving their enemies dead. This spurs Superman to stamp out their antics, leading to a battle on the surface of one of Jupiter's moons.My ReviewThe only reason i saw this animated feature based on a graphic novel(which i have not read) containing my second favorite superhero of all time is because this is the year for the man of steel to shine in his 75th anniversary and i wanted to watch as many cool animated and live action adaptions of Superman as possible.This animated feature revolves around superman trying to make the new intergalactic superhero team known as The Elites to realize that killing is wrong. It digs through the choice of superman thinking maybe the world need these better superhero's other then him. Should he do there ways and kill his enemies or leave his beloved planet Earth?This animated feature has a good amount of things I do like and some things I don't like. The things I do like about this animated were the voice over actors for Superman, Lois Lane ,Johnathan Kent and that England leader of The Elites but the rest im not a fan of. The fights scenes are short and but cool which make it worthwhile. Finally also that little funny beginning with the little children's superman cartoon.The things I don't like are some of the other voice actors like for characters Perry White, Jimmy Olsen and the rest of The Elites. They could of made this a little bit longer but al little bit of the movie feels rushed and bland. I would of liked this movie to be an hour and thirty minutes instead of one and fifteen minutes.The movie is a little fun animated feature I guess but I still has some problems along with some good stuff if you want I think you should check it out I even do think it's a little better then All star Superman.
Greg W (ag) wrote: title is a bit of a misnomer as nobody is happy where
Chris B (kr) wrote: This movie really is before it's time. It came out in 2000 when comic book movies were not usually good movies, yet somehow M. Night Shyamalan was able to make a great cbm with non familiar characters. This film gets even better with the number of views. Mr.Glass and David are both fabulous characters. The twist at the end works on every level and makes complete sense. The score and characters are excellent. One of M. Nights best.
Chelsea K (ru) wrote: Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick are stalking their exs. Despite the strange premise of the movie, this is actually a decent romantic comedy.
Luke W (br) wrote: deadpan, people. it's humor, too. find this movie and watch it, it was hilarious.
Tim L (fr) wrote: A good movie all and all. Definitaly has that Tarantino flavor.
Blais E (nl) wrote: A very early milestone in the careers of both James Spader & Robert Downey, Jr., this is a mid-80's re-telling of "Romeo & Juliet", with very star-crossed lovers enduring the slings & arrows of all around them. Spader & Downey are great, & you could tell then that they'd have long, fruitful careers ahead of them. Kim Richards, all (stunningly) grown-up from her days on "Nanny & the Professor", the "Witch Mountain" series, & "Hello Larry", also gives a moving & real performance. However, the standout in the cast is great character actor Matt Clark (Most often seen as seedy desert-rats in 70's Westerns-), as Spader's warm-hearted & understanding father--he very rarely ever got parts like this, & truly shines here. With great dance sequences & a fantastisc soundtrack (Which I wore out--pre CD days--).
Matthew J (nl) wrote: Every intended joke in 'Rhinestone' pales in comparison to those unintentional ones.
Alex S (ca) wrote: Malle, again, proves to be a master behind the camera, bringing humanity and sympathy to otherwise immoral themes with a maturity rarely seen in cinema nowadays.
Shane S (ru) wrote: OK, so I watched a film about journalistic integrity and how it was challenged in the late '60s with the anti-war protests. This film captures more of the chaos and the anarchy of that time period than "The Help" (which did, for the most part, showed its share of unsettling things concerning the turbulent South) - and my God, instead of settling down in pure fiction, the film actually gets into the nitty-gritty of what happened in that time period and shows you how uneasy it was to live in '68.Like most cinema verite films, there really isn't much of a plot. Hell, compared to Cassavetes' films, "Medium Cool" feels more like the father of films like "Gimme Shelter" where ideas, not stories, tend to run a story. Anything can be shown on screen in order to show the disarray and chaos of modern America as it transforms from something of a nice, if Stepford-esque, world into the full-blown nightmare that we're slowly immersed into from minute one. Starting with a car crash (and ending with one) and showing the unwillingness of cameramen to "alter the story" in order to draw audiences in with tales of violence and tragedy, this film drives on the idea that its audience is unwilling to sit through so-called "mainstream" explanations for what was happening.To me, this is the anti-"Easy Rider" - a film that, rather than trying to experiment within a given format (aka being a modernized acid Western in a world that, like "Medium Cool"'s, is falling apart - albeit with conventional villainy), documents what was happening in the world while trying to develop characters without trying to conform to any given plot other than "a cameraman wants to tell the truth and ends up in the middle of chaos" - which director Haskell Wexler does in this film. He tells a story about a man while going into the depths of Hell himself. I thought that this guy actually paid money to stage the Democratic National Convention and the riots all over again just to tell a relevant, if extremely non-linear, story - however, there came a point when I simply realized that this man actually shot in the middle of the riots. This man was walking with the people - walking into the police barrier - walking into the National Guard's base - in order to capture the explosion of unrest that happened during this era.So, yeah, do I recommend it for anybody? 17 and older. This film is pretty disturbing and it does require your full attention to understand what in the world's going on, but sometimes, I do think that Wexler wanted you to get lost in the world of Chicago circa August 1968. Sounds like the insane pretentiousness of somebody like Miranda July or Jean-Luc Godard, but for some reason, it doesn't feel pretentious. It merely feels real. Realer than anything I have watched. Also, there's some nudity in it (you know, like a similar film about a guy who simply wants to document real-life events for the purpose of art - "Blow-Up") and there's the fact that this film was originally rated X for its strong political themes (that the country's tearing itself apart because of stupid issues like a war we shouldn't have intervened in and political extremists who don't see any good in a government that's trying their best to fix all of these problems - racism, economy, equal rights, desensitization to violence).And to be fair, this film is pretty much still relevant to this day. No, really. We're in a war that we're (slowly) getting out of; there are increased reports of militarized political groups (Tea Party); and the end of an old era (and hopefully the beginning of a better one).Now, I want somebody to reprint the DVD so I can have this in my collection.
monsieur r (es) wrote: A truely lame and pathetic exuse for a spy film. This one doesn't take a ten dollar brain to see it is pure crap. Those looking for something even close to James Bond will cringe at this one. Not real bad until about half way through, as the veteran Ed Begley is made to appear like Patton saving those crazy Russian people from their captors. One of the five agent Harry Palmer movies made by Caine. Billion Dollar Brain is the third of the Harry Palmer film series. What a real waste of talent, Karl Malden tries to give this one some depth, but to no avail. Secret agent Harry Palmer is blackmailed into working for MI5 again on his wildest - and most dangerous - assignment yet. An insane oil billionaire,(Ed Begley) intent on destroying Communism by starting a new world war, is close to achieving his goal with the help of the world's largest, and most powerful, computer. Harry is the only man who may be able to stop him; but as he races from London to Finland to Latvia to Texas and back, he must determine who of his supposed allies (a sexy Russian agent, a Soviet colonel and an American mercenary) is the one he can actually trust. I truely wonder how the great Michael Caine was if he would accept such a lame and stupid plot as this one. Note: Scenes involving "The Brain" were filmed in Honeywell facilities and featured the Honeywell 200 mini-computer. * Caine was the anti-hero protagonist of the film versions of The IPCRESS File (1965) and Funeral in Berlin (1966). ** Donald Sutherland has a very small appearance as the computer technician who asks Karl Malden "What's going on?" Cast Michael Caine * (ex-British agent called back into service) Karl Malden (an old acquaintence of Caine's; veteran actor) Ed Begley (heads his organization; veteran actor) Oskar Homolka Donald Sutherland ** Crew Composer: Richard Rodney Bennett Executive Producer: Andre De Toth Production Designer: Syd Cain Art Director: Bert Davey Screenplay: John McGrath Editor: Alan Osbiston Director: Ken Russell Producer: Harry Saltzman Costume Designer: Shirley Russell Cinematographer: Billy Williams
Shaun K L (au) wrote: I had heard a lot about this Australian film, all good things so I chose to watch it. to me it was interesting and different, but I felt it suffered from being to far left of centre. It seems to be a trend in Australian cinema where when we do something different we seem to take it to far out and I can see why our films can sometimes not do really well overseas. One of my pet hates is a film that mixed genres. This film has that trouble, the first half is a comedy and the second half is a Drama and then a thriller mystery. Don't get me wrong a film can have mixed genres but in my opinion it really needs to be all the way through a film not just in one half. I think all the actors did a good Job Winslet is great and so is Liam Hemsworth but for me the standout is Judy Davis who is humorous and Dramatic very impressive. People may disagree but this could have been much better than it was.