The story of an Icelandic man and his slow descent into madness. Along his journey he meets Dagný, the initial cause of his breakdown. Other people he meets in the asylum have been committed for various reasons, such as signing cheques for Adolf Hitler and, believing themselves to be writing songs for the Beatles and telepathically transmitting to the band.
Páll is an artistic and sensitive young man. Getting dumped by his girlfriend, Dagny, triggers his descent into madness. We follow him on his way to inevitable doom; at home with his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dave V (gb) wrote: Cotillard shines in this working class expos
James H (kr) wrote: The beautiful scenery is a plus, good cinematography. The story is pleasant, but the dialogue is awkward at times. But over all, it is a very sensitively made, a thoughtful and beautiful film. The acting is good, great score.
Ben G (jp) wrote: In this hilarious animated kids film directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg find the perfect father-son dynamic they failed so miserably with in That's My Boy.
Adam K (gb) wrote: THIS IS UCKING "CUBE" CARBON COPY WITHOUT ANY CUBES WHATSOEVER, CHARACTER ARCHETYPES, MUSIC, CRAPPY FX (from the time of Cube zero --- they were even lamer), EVEN THE CAST IS MORE THE SAME (althought it's rather mixed between hypercube and cube 1): BLACK CRAZY SHIT GUY (from good to evil shit, bad cop cube 1), SMART BLONDE (PSYCHO?!, hypercube), HANDICAPPED GUY (mixbag, a lil savant n old lady...go figure), GUY WHO KNOWS TOO MUCH (duh, reference to the math girl from 1st cube), DUMB CHICK (something new, cube zero) KILLER (alright, it just doesnt fit to cube thingy, but hell let's add it to the list), and one more guy i cant recognize (just because i ran out of compars)ENDING SUXX (this underwater mindbattle) UCK THIS MOVIE, ALL TIME LOW!
Jake A (kr) wrote: Epic conclusion to the best trilogy I have laid my eyes upon and that is despite the obvious flaws as the cohesive whole that the trilogy brings together is something to behold. This third and final entry in the series is the best of the bunch as it actually has a satisfying conclusion and doesn't feel open ended which quite frankly were my only major issues with the previous two. The cast is great, the production is once again on top form, the battle scenes are epic in scope with the action being thrilling and quite terrifying at times, the score is even more bombastic and emotional than before and the script convincingly ties all the lose ends together with a mix of triumph, emotion and farewells.
stefano l (mx) wrote: The first post apocalyptic movie I have probably ever seen that convinced me. I'm not saying is super, but at least is sonething better than the various The Road or similar to it.
Rob V (ca) wrote: With a screenplay by Charles Bukowski (bringing his own alter ego Henry Chinaski to life) and a killer performance by Mickey Rourke, there is much to enjoy here.
Erin D (ru) wrote: Interesting film, but I think I would have rather seen the spy portion rather than his time at Eton. The actors were amazing, the story was not.
Graham J (de) wrote: Hitchcock's final film is an outstanding finish to a brilliant career. Hitch was obviously still sharp as a tack directing this one.