Antony and Cleopatra
Adaptation of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, a historical drama that attempts to bring an epic visual style to the Bard's original stage play. The story concerns Marc Antony's attempts to rule Rome while maintaining a relationship with the queen of Egypt (Hildegarde Neil), which began while Antony was still married. Now he is being forced to marry the sister of his Roman co-leader, and soon the conflict leads to war.
- Stars:Charlton Heston, Hildegard Neil, Eric Porter, John Castle, Fernando Rey, Juan Luis Galiardo, Carmen Sevilla, Freddie Jones, Peter Arne, Luis Barboo, Fernando Bilbao, Warren Clarke, Roger Delgado, Julian Glover, Sancho Gracia,
- Country:UK, Spain, Switzerland
- Director:Charlton Heston,
- Writer:Charlton Heston (adapted for the screen by)
After the murder of her lover Caesar, Egypt's queen Cleopatra needs a new ally. She seduces his probable successor Marc Antony. This develops into real love and slowly leads to a war with the other possible successor - Octavius. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Beyond what everyone else thinks, I really like this one
(jp) wrote: Good documentary but iffy movie c
(mx) wrote: Recommended by Elizabeth.
(ru) wrote: I like Jim Carrey a lot. I hate Joel Schumacher a lot. And, unfortunately, I also hate The Number 23 a lot, and Jim Carrey, despite being a fantastic actor in non-comedic roles, doesn't do anything to stop me from saying this movie is horrible. Granted, he does an okay job in the film, but half the time it's just Carrey or someone else making up random excuses for why a specific name, event, even color eventually adds up to 23. Anyone could make up other random reasons for it equals a different number. And in the end, none of it makes sense, most things that happen are just plain, idiotic, conveniences. I had low expectations, but The Number 23 couldn't even reach those - 1.9/10
(au) wrote: I like this film because it seems like a comic book. Sure there are elements which don't make a whole lot of sense but this is all part of the fun and really life doesn't always make sense does it. It's refreshing to see a film which doesn't conform at all to the notion of political correctness or equal rights, which like it or not is the world we live in. Of all the comic book fims I've seen ( xmen, spider man, phantom, blah blah...) this is the one that really works as a comic book film and it comes out at the end with more integrity and humanity for it's efforts.
(au) wrote: Entertaining crime flick based on the real life story of George Jung.
(nl) wrote: Unless you actually have lived the lives of some people or been involved closely with them it is impossible to understand their life experience. Even people who work with "social problems" after years of experience throw up their hands and say, how can you keep doing this. Laura Dern is disturbingly convincing as a serial fuck up and glue and solvent sniffing addict who falls pregnant after having 4 children taken out of her custody by the state. She unwittinlgy becomes the cause celebre of both the pro and anti abortion lobbies with dark and disturbingly funny results. There have been many films made about addiction and the life of the addict. This one is right on the money.
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed the whole moronic "follow-the-leader" theme. Had one or two good acting scenes. Fun when not taken seriously.
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(ca) wrote: No one can argue that this is a great Bond film. It does not, like Goldfinger, From Russia With Love, Casino Royale or even The Spy Who Loved Me, argue for the series as a whole. Its appeal is insular: it needs to be viewed as a Bond film, not a film film. As that, it's really quite entertaining. Moore has no particular business playing Bond at this point, but he doesn't seem to care much and his sense of fun is infectious. There's the gorgeous Maud Adams, radiating cool intelligence and leading a wildly entertaining band of kick ass ninja gymnast chicks, like Pussy Galore on steroids. There are moments of pure silliness, but they are somehow loser, funnier, and more forgivable than the stiff slapstick of earlier Moore outings like The Man With the Golden Gun or Moonraker. There are some great action sequences, including the compound siege by Octopussy's scantily clad minions and a fun stunt double-fest on top of a plane. And, of course, that yo-yo. There are low points of course. A cringe-inducing Tarzan yell. Some ethnic stereotypes. Moore in a clown suit, though, in his defense, the man still manages to convey nail-biting urgency even under grease paint. Overall, Octopussy is light fun that knows exactly what it's doing. The movie is no one's, uh, all time high, but it should be a pleasure for Bond fans who understand that camp is part of the series's appeal.
(mx) wrote: While at times it can be thrilling and scary, with acceptable acting, the movie as a whole is confusing and has disorienting camera work. However, the music is really good.