Anton Spelec, Sharp-Shooter
Anton Špelec (Vlasta Burin) is a producer of musical instruments by trade but a sharp-shooter at heart. He expects to be awarded a medal at a large parade in town where veteran sharp-shooters will be honored. When the town council is one medal short, Anton must wait another year for his prized possession. He drowns his disappointment in drink at the local pub and becomes so drunk that he insults the emperor who sentences him to jail. Instead of fulfilling the emperor’s orders himself, Anton sends his employee in his stead.
- Stars:Vlasta Burian, Ruzena Slemrová, Jaroslav Marvan, Theodor Pistek, Jindrich Plachta, Jirí Dréman, Ella Nollová, Karel Postranecký, Frantisek Kreuzmann, Alexander Trebovský, Cenek Slégl, Karel Schleichert, Viktor Nejedlý, Emanuel Hríbal, Ferdinand Jarkovský,
- Director:Martin Fric,
- Writer:Emil Artur Longen (play), Josef Neuberg (screenplay)
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Anton Spelec, Sharp-Shooter torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: In yet another indie family dramedy, the younger brother (played by John Krasinski) returns to his hometown when a family member fell ill. The more than familiar setup is not helped by some fairly predictable plotting. Guess what's gonna happen to the divorced with kids older sibling (played with manic energy by Sharlto Copley) whose ex-wife is now dating the local pastor played by Josh Groban? And the younger sibling's girlfriend is a rich pet costume designer played by Anna Kendrick and she's so pregnant she can give birth anytime? Her character may as well be called whimsically quirky plot device. While there are touching moments that bring the emotions up front, it is not a film that will surprise anyone and it is up to the performances to make this watchable and that they do. Krasinski is likeable and Richard Jenkins' dad is charmingly vulnerable (perhaps the only characterisation that isnt plucked from the genric rule book) but the film is totally the (for the BoJack Horseman fans: Character Actress) Margo Martindale show and she carries the film from drama to comedy and back and injects most of the poignancy and pathos that keep the film afloat. A nice effort by first time director Krasinski but maybe he needs a more challenging script next time.
(ca) wrote: Este interesante documental de HBO nos muestra el fenmeno de Pussy Riot en una acalorada Mosc por la perpetuacin en el poder de Putn, y la nefasta influencia de la Iglesia Ortodoxa en la toma de decisiones. Mostrando los eventos que llevaron a su detencin, muestra las personas detras de la banda, el complicado juicio y su condena. Muy recomendada.
(jp) wrote: This movie was my childhood!
(nl) wrote: As a musician, I loved this ultra-creative showcase of the talents of those featured in the film.
(it) wrote: Utter garbage. Ranks as my least favourite film of all time. It fails to know what it wants to be, a parody, a satire, an action flick, comedy.... It can't even succesfully mix any of the above. Performances are woeful and McBride is basically Kenny Powers with a posh accent. Doesnt make sense, isnt funny and you question as to why so many excellent actors agreed to be on board.
(kr) wrote: Surprisingly funny and the plot works rather well. Rife with misdirection. Silly and fun. Don't take it too seriously and you'll enjoy it. The zombie bugs were surprisingly funny. The dad character was hilariously awful. The main character was rather sweet.
(es) wrote: Straight-forward WWII movie that I was surprised to see done so well. Enacts little known factual history that I've researched on but not enough. This film was quite enjoyable.
(it) wrote: cute. funny. adorable. love knows no boundary when matters of the heart are involved. kinda makes you feel like you wanna fall in love. great film.
(br) wrote: It is not only an endurance test to stay in the company of such a detestable character and his detestable family, but the movie is also a sentimental pile of clichs from the first scene to the last - including that unnecessary, ridiculously corny last scene during the end credits.