A Tram in SP
In a small town in the Basque country, Lucas and Maria are an elderly brother and sister. They share a house with their memories and the ghosts of the people they have loved throughout their lifes. They know that sooner or later they will buy their ticket for their final journey. Marcos and Roma are young and alone. She's a nurse and paints windows that embellish the views from her room. Marcos is a street performer with no home of his own, clinging to his accordion and a pile of questions. They don't know that sooner or later they will all set out on a journey together.
- Stars:Héctor Alterio, Daniel Brühl, Julieta Serrano, Bárbara Goenaga, Marian Aguilera, Mikel Albisu, Klara Badiola, Ramón Barea, Iñake Irastorza, Mikel Laskurain, Gorka Otxoa, Santi Ugalde,
- Director:Aitzol Aramaio,
- Writer:Aitzol Aramaio (adaptation), Unai Elorriaga (novel), Michel Gaztambide
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(gb) wrote: Before John Wick. There are these couple of Keanu action films which has been on the radar for some time. I would say, this film is his comeback film since The Matrix franchise. I thought it's pretty fun, it's not everybody's Cinderella story though. But this is more like the protagonist has the drive for obsession as he was involved in that illegal underground fighting match to earn more money. More like an internet based fighting match. Keanu as the villain, I thought he's ok, not bad actually. You can see some cheesy lines here and there, but overall a pretty good martial arts flick. It could have been better though, like the fighting scenes could be slicker and more fast paced with good editing. But this is a low budget I get it. I can see Keanu's vision as a director. It shows how he loves to make more dark tone action films. Master vs. the main protagonist kinda stuff. He can make more a lot of these and I love it. Keep em coming Keanu! 3/5
(de) wrote: Ah it was pretty silly of a movie got a few little laughs in but thats about it it was really not that godo B movie for sure
(it) wrote: you get what you expect,along with a some what shocking ending.
(nl) wrote: Show what some warlocks do if they don't have a job.
(mx) wrote: 4 Down 26 to go in the quest of 30 Christmas Movies By The Big Day. This film is an excellent family film, nothing that can't be shown to those under 16. Its about a girl whose best friend moves away. Her heart is broken and the only one who can bring her back to al smiles is her Aunt Milley, who shows up and tells us all a wonderful Christmas Tale. Another 4 Star adventure.
(de) wrote: So-so. The characters are alright, Combs being the highlight. The story is a bit bland, but interesting. The effects are fun and gory, and the make up is gross. The pacing is a bit off, and it gets dull at points, but it's above average Full Moon quality.
(ca) wrote: It's like 80's meets the 90's...and seems like a sequel to Chopping Mall. But my (young) Ethan is in it, and I'll watch him in anything.
(fr) wrote: A erotic courtroom style thriller.
(de) wrote: Albert Brooks comedy about an afterlife in which you must defend the actions of your life, and the results of this pseudo-trial will decide whether you get reincarnated on Earth, or get to move forward to the next stage of existence. I like Brooks low-key sense of humor, and I like the concepts he builds up here...it is funny with a heart, and creates a very amusing world.
(br) wrote: The plot in this film is ridiculously foolish and light, conataining very little substance, but still it manages to be more than enjoyable and even a little heartwarming, even after seeing it again after first watching it at least a decade ago. As always, I enjoyed Michael E. Knight's performance, comedic with a realistic, natural quality. Emmanuelle Bart looks innocently beautiful while giving a cute and endearing performance. Also, the lighting in this film is extremely well controlled (that's a very good thing) and the visual effects are great.
(fr) wrote: Simple but this is a great look at United States culture.
(jp) wrote: James Stewart is always good at playing persecuted hero whom has a good heart. Great chemistry between him and Marlene Dietrich.
(it) wrote: A good sports movie. A little trippy cinematography/editing at points, but the pacing, characters and messages are all good.
(nl) wrote: For every well-played, undercutting joke from Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, and even Ted Knight, we get the arbitrary plot that no one talks about anymore, when hailing this as one of the all-time comedy classics. See the movie poster? Notice anyone missing? That's right, the main character, played by Michael O'Keefe! Where did he go? Maybe in retrospect, everyone attempting to advertise the movie realized how dull he and his caddy scholarship plot is, not to mention everyone eye-goggling over the vaguely sexy Cindy Morgan. (You did your best with Chase, at the least.) Look, if this were a Mel Brooks movie, it would be easy to argue that the plot is the means by which everyone drives home joke after joke after joke. Caddyshack, meanwhile, interrupts the comedy for drama, when it would function far stronger as simple "class" warfare (i.e., the classy rich versus the not-so-classy rich). As for the actors who facilitate the warfare, you know which characters stand better the test of time? The straight ones played by Chase and Knight! They have a struggle in maintaining composure, at the faces of pure zaniness, and, through the clever dialogue, are quite consistent. Murray and Dangerfield prefer improvising their lines, which would be just fine, if every scene of theirs worked. The boat chase scene was more psychotic than funny, not for the better, and the bishop's golf game in the rain was just confusing in understanding his or Murray's motives. So, here is the scoop: Regardless of what you think of Chase or Knight, I think anyone would enjoy their performances. Murray is Murray at his outright silliest, and Dangerfield is Dangerfield at his outright crudest. Between the four of them, Caddyshack succeeds at times, and falters at other times, in Harold Ramis' attempt to paste various subplots together like a ransom note. If this were not called "Caddyshack," this may have been a pretty good comedy.
(jp) wrote: This scared the ever-lovin' crap outta me when I was a kid... I don't remember too too much of it now, but I sure would like to see it again!!
(gb) wrote: Despite the irony of seeing a serious anti-gun liberal playing so many characters that are fun-toters, Neeson is great in this pure action romp.