12-year-old Pelle accidentally gets bitten by an ant and develops unimaginable superpowers. With help from his friend, comic book nerd Wilhelm, Pelle creates a secret identity as the superhero Antboy. Slowly things start to happen in the surburban community, and when a scary and crazy supervillain, Flea, enters the scene, Antboy must step up to the challenge. The first Danish superhero-movie. Based on the books by Kenneth Bøgh Andersen.
- Stars:Oscar Dietz, Nicolas Bro, Samuel Ting Graf, Amalie Kruse Jensen, Kenneth Bøgh Andersen, Lærke Winther Andersen, Aske Bang, Jakob B. Engmann, Inge Lise Goltermann, Thomas Hwan, Curtis Kingsley, Price T. Morgan, Marcuz Jess Petersen, Caspar Phillipson, Nanna Schaumburg-Muller,
- Director:Ask Hasselbalch,
- Writer:Anders Ølholm (screenplay), Kenneth Bøgh Andersen (based on: the Antboy books by), Nikolaj Arcel (storyline), Torbjørn Rafn (storyline)
12-year-old Pelle is bitten by an ant and develops superpowers. Aided by comic book nerd Wilhelm, Pelle creates a secret identity as superhero Antboy. When a super villain The Flea enters the scene, Antboy must step up to the challenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Frustrating implausible and ultimately boring.
(de) wrote: 4.5/5 [Major edit: I now find the film pretty hilarious at times.] Dogtooth is fantastic. Even better the second time. I think it also wins the award of being the first film to make me look away from a scene of violence (and let out a gasp at the same time).
(nl) wrote: Somehow wanted to love this movie more than I did; Portman does an excellent portrait of young-rebel-dishevelled-arguably-psychotic predator, while Judd tries for the yellow-belly misunderstood writer. Clive Owen is marvellous, also liked Julia Roberst as the mature-instable-be-as-it-may artist. Overall, this probably works better in the settings of a play, where the characters really can take centre-stage positions and amaze you.
(kr) wrote: I first saw it on Logo. Love the movie. One of my top fav! movies now.. One of the best movies I seen on Logo!
(jp) wrote: The scenery is beautiful, the music is great, but the story never actually manage to move me.
(it) wrote: nominated for best foreign film at the golden globes
(de) wrote: I wrote this a few years ago at a film forum:I saw Salam Bombay! for the first time last night, had me crying. I get sad just thinking about it so I'll just say that the film is beautiful and highly recommended.I haven't see Monsoon Wedding yet, but am really impressed with Mira Nair's work on Salam Bombay! so I'll hopefully be able to check it out within the next few days.__________________
(mx) wrote: CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED (1963)
(ag) wrote: Invictus is a good film about Nelson Mandela with fantastic performances from Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon and yes this film is heavily revolved around rugby but it doesn't take away from the inspiring story of how Mandela spearheaded the idea of equality through winning the World Cup. The score is also gorgeous and I think it is well directed by Eastwood. I just wish it had more of an emotional punch as it is a delequite and sophisticated subject.
(kr) wrote: Opening to choppy editing, hammy acting, and an overly zealous narrative, The Devil's Double instantly suggests a tonally awkward film awaits you, however as the film flowers and you become drawn into this crazed sadistic world of very real people, the film grips you. Nail biting tension ensues as psychotic crimes take place through one very troubled individual. Watching on from the straight man only allows you to see the actions of Uday Suddam Hussein and never truly understand but it isn't to be fair that isn't the morality tale you are after. The double finds himself led into the most bizarre of worlds and you will scream for him to get out whilst he still can, as at the end of the day when some of the most evil people in the world tell you they love you then things won't end nicely. The film does suffer from an over the top finale that wasn't really needed and the lack of tight direction in the opening set up. At first Cooper's portrayal of Uday seems pantomime but as the story unfolds it becomes suspenseful and intense. Not the easiest of watches but definitely worth your time.
(ag) wrote: This movie is terrible. The action is ok if dumb, the acting is passable, but not great, the story is dumb and terrible even if it tries to be noble. Skip this one.
(de) wrote: Fanning adds nothing much to the film. While Gere pisses me off to no end. God! Boundaries!!! Geesh!! Affluenza and drug addict much? And, James is just along for the ride...whatever ride that is. :/This had so much potential.