A Song to Remember

A Song to Remember

Biography of Frederic Chopin. Vidor romanticizes Chopin's patriotism in the film, which was produced during World War II. Chopin, played by Cornel Wilde, is first presented to the audience as a child prodigy playing a piece by Mozart, but suddenly starts

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Ethan A (kr) wrote: piece of chewing gum tbh although the person who plays the son cannot act AT ALL!!!!

Anneli S (br) wrote: Very good Swedish thriller!

Diego F V (it) wrote: Independiente del exceso de ''realidad'' que tiene esta pelcula (relato sobre mujeres hinchas a morir del ftbol que por cuestiones religiosas no pueden asistir al estadio y que entonces deciden disfrazarse de hombres para colarse y disfrutar del ltimo partido de la seleccin Iran en la eliminatoria mundialista) Es una pelcula graciosa, llena de vida y sin dramatismos de ningn orden; un argumento bien pensado tomando como combustible la situacin real de este pas, un relato que vale la pena apreciar porque resulta bastante entretenido de principio a fin, sin importar las circunstancias. **Libertad a Panahi!!**

Ricardo H (br) wrote: This movie was much better than I expected. True, it's riddled with clichs and it's extremely predictable, but it managed to portray some serious issues and how difficult life is when you're living a lie

Aaron A (br) wrote: Allan Quatermain and the tribal Africans who will believe anything is the work of the devil.

Dean E (nl) wrote: whole movie makes no sense....stupid, stupid, stupid.

Pavan R (fr) wrote: A good fun thriller with a great story which comes together quite nicely. Unlike many recent time travel movies this one is not too hard in the brain and more enjoyable

Thomas D (nl) wrote: Video game movies have been awful for decades now. Resident Evil isn't necessarily the exception to that rule, but it's nowhere near as awful as the genre has been.Resident Evil is at its best when it pushes aside the politics of this "secret military group" named The Umbrella, and instead is an homage to the original Alien. When the film takes twists and turns that are supposed to surprise you, when in fact, they feel like a weak attempt at shock, it becomes overwhelmingly convoluted. But in the instances that the survivors, led by Alice (Milla Jovovich), are scrambling through rooms doing anything to survive CGI creatures and flesh eating zombies, Resident Evil is pure guilty pleasure.Much like the Underworld franchise, I honestly don't care about any of the supporting characters. Knowing where most zombie flicks go, there's really no use to getting attached to secondary characters when you know their deaths are all but guaranteed. I did, however, find Alice to be compelling, as long as the sequels do more to expand her history and explain how she became an absolute bada**. In fact, one can make the argument that Alice is a more likable character than Selene is in Underworld.As I've said a lot recently, there's nothing wrong with a mindless action adventure if it doesn't take itself too seriously. Resident Evil is actually a pretty serious film, people are dying left and right, and the world is on the brink of an apocalypse. But there's something to be said about a throwback action-horror taking place in one confined space. In this case, it gives the viewer a sense of what a first person shooter game with this story would feel like. I've never played any of the games, but I can certainly see where this story lends itself to the video game medium. Now, is there an excuse for a horrendous looking creature via CGI? Or maybe some truly useless characters with weak (at best) dialogue? No, I can't say there is. But hey, it's a solid cable watch.+Action that doesn't pull punches+Alice is likable-Dated CGI-Inexcusably bad dialogue5.8/10

George L (mx) wrote: Well, she's cute....

Sam B (gb) wrote: Artful photography, g