Although Eichmann was responsible for implementing the "Final Solution" which led to the deaths of over 5 million Jews, 40 years after his execution, he still remains an enigma. How did ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Adolph Eichmann: The Secret Memoirs
Although Eichmann was responsible for implementing the "Final Solution" which led to the deaths of over 5 million Jews, 40 years after his execution, he still remains an enigma. How did ...
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Jason K (ca) wrote: What happens when they decide to add highlight clips of a entire tv series into one film by rushing through every character, plot point, and guest star that nobody knows anything about- all being shown in glorious 60i frames? This.
Carlos S (kr) wrote: funny in places but nothing too memorible apart from the blue peter badge on one of the crews hats of coarse!
Emi S (fr) wrote: A realistic screenplay interpreted by the right people, with soft and humaine filming techniques and a perfectly picked soundtrack to emphasize the key moments can sometimes lead to a masterpiece, and according to my views, that's the case. If you can't identify with what's going on, the leaast you can do is imagine the scenario and get captivated by the dramatic situations spiced by the much-needed vulgarity Portman managed to bring,
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Zach M (au) wrote: This was more than just a movie, it was a book reading and Crispin Hellion Glover doing Q&A. The book reading was interesting and sometimes funny. The movie was a very interesting concept and very strange experience. He liked to ramble a lot during the Q&A and sometimes forgot what he the question originally was. It was very interesting and the trailer for 'It's Fine, Everything Is Fine' looked good.
christian d (br) wrote: Thelma Schoonmaker, Martin Scorseses frequent collaborator, said that she hopes Bringing out the dead becomes a hit someday. That's wishful thinking. It's got some good moments but there isn't anything particularly special about it
Tigris D (nl) wrote: a bit bizarre with how the movie went. reminded me of jenny on the L word....
Peter P (nl) wrote: It is the Karate Kid, with asthma, although the Chuck Norris stuff was ok.
James M (de) wrote: Nostalgic and whimsical, with a decent storyline and good performances.
Rafael L (fr) wrote: Great thriller with awesome practical effects and one-liners.
Michael H (es) wrote: I Know Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, only released 3 years earlier in Australia with Croc Dundee as Adam Sandler!! Both were bad, but at least this version gets away with some stuff because of its foreign charm. Still, not great.
Dan K (it) wrote: almost forgot how great this film was.
Gordon A (jp) wrote: Clever interweaving of fictional story and archival footage which works better as a documentary than a drama.
Rendan L (kr) wrote: Sleek, stylish, ultraviolent, and often hilarious. Sin City is an exeptionally satisfying film. Grade: A-
OliverTodd H (it) wrote: This movie had so many actors who got their big fame in a TV series, so you would think there would be some pretty good acting or for the movie to at least be good... Leighton Meester did a good job playing that creepy room mate, but I just wish there was towards the end of the film, Like a freaky twist... Not a scary film that will make you jump.