Apt Pupil

Apt Pupil

Neighborhood boy Todd Bowden discovers that an old man living on his block named Arthur Denker is nazi war criminal. Bowden confronts Denker and offers him a deal: Bowden will not go to the authorities if Denker tells him stories of the concentration camps in WWII...

A high-school student (Brad Renfro) forms an unhealthy relationship with a former Nazi death-camp officer (Ian McKellen). He, obsessed with Nazism and acts of the Holocaust, persuades the officer to share his stories, and their relationship stirs malice in each of them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ash B (us) wrote: So bad it's good. Super cheesy, over the top in every way. Ideal brainless Sunday morning movie.

That Skinny Mothafucka (ag) wrote: Nigga Quit Hatin This Shyt Wuz Hard Yall Jus Ain't Real Street Niggaz

Millo T (de) wrote: It seems in some times that the actor is telling you the truth directly to your eyes. Truth or fake, it is an original proposal.

Hugo B (kr) wrote: Sooo funny the parents are brilliant!

Joshua P (ca) wrote: I'm pissed that I waited so long to see this! I was in tears from laughing

Grayson D (us) wrote: Brilliantly filmed drama which doesn't really go anywhere but for the visuals alone it's worth a watch.

Steve S (ag) wrote: Relax.... It's just hypothetical

Jesse O (kr) wrote: I've honestly never understood the appeal of soap operas. At least the ways Americans do them, where they literally go on for fucking DECADES, with a revolving cast of characters. Repeating the same preposterous stories with only minor variations. Terrible overacting. I'm more familiar with Mexican soap operas. Trust me, they're just as bad, but, at the very least, their soap operas end up going for several months, episodes air five days a week. Or South Korean soap operas that only go one season which lasts 20 or so episodes. I think that's the best method, even though their style features a lot of melodrama, you have to come up with new stories every year. They may rely on some of the same storytelling tropes, but they still have to come up with new characters and situations to put them in. The American method is outdated and counterproductive. But the fact that the American soap operas being the way they are is what gives this movie its material to completely riff on the genre. Let's make no bones about it, this movie is in no way respectful to daytime soaps. It tears them a new one, quite frankly. Mocking them any chance they get. Whether it's the ridiculous stories, or the stars' self-inflated egos, to the conniving and undercutting of other stars in order to get a better spot on the show. So, in reality, hardcore soap fans should not ever, EVER watch this movie. Unless they have a sense of humor about some of the sillier aspects of their favored form of entertainment. But I think the movie does quite with focusing on the madness surrounding the soap, the behind-the-scenes machinations. This may not have been the best farce I've ever seen, but it's a pretty damn good one. But I'm also a little bit on the fence as to whether this is a really good 'good movie' or a really good movie. And I realize that that might not make sense to a lot of people, but it does to me. I just mean a movie that's good, but it's better than most every good movie you've ever seen. That's the easiest way I can explain it. Because, if I'm being honest, there are instances where this film is on fire when it comes to the satire. But I don't feel that it was consistently on fire to the point where I thought the film turned a corner. The movie really hits its stride once Jeffrey Anderson returns to the show he was forced out of 20 years ago by Celeste, the star. The movie is never bad prior to that point, as I do think it gets across how manic it must be to get one of the episodes of the show made what with all of the egos at play. Obviously, the film is gonna be prone to exaggeration, but I don't believe that writing and producing, not to mention dealing with actors and TV execs, daytime soap is easy or, quite frankly, enjoyable. Looks like it's more stress than it's worth. Then again, you could say that for any scripted television series, but I'm sure the problems are magnified when you air five days a week for decades on end. The film does capture some of that stress though, as I mentioned, in an exaggerated and infinitely more entertaining fashion. But, again, I just don't think the movie has the consistency it needed to turn it from a good movie to a really good one. The performances are great, though. Pretty much everyone in the cast kills it. I can't really single anyone out for praise because they're all great. So, at the very least, even if you don't end up liking the movie, you get to see some really talented actors cut loose and just have fun with the silliness of their roles and the overall narrative. Yes, I had my issues with this movie, and I've made them obvious, but I just had a lot of fun watching this even in spite of that. Of course, I'm not gonna ignore the problems under the hood just because I had fun watching it. I'm gonna point them out and say that, even with that, this is still a good movie and one I would easily recommend if you ever get the chance to see it.

Armando N (it) wrote: Incluso los films ms "blandos" de Buuel, mantienen una sutil pero constante bsqueda de surrealismo con personajes ecl (C)cticos y situaciones inesperadas. Aqu, estamos ante un hermoso retrato de la Ciudad de M (C)xico de los aos 50. De da y de noche, el tranva recorre Tlalpan, el Centro Histrico, los linderos del Monumento a la Revolucin y Coyoacn, lugares diferentes a los de ahora debido al tiempo, pero que mantienen la misma atmsfera misteriosa, bella y voraz que inunda la ciudad...

Tom H (ag) wrote: Good movie with Deborah Kerr moving in an old house as a governess for two small children. However she soon discovers something sinister regarding the children.

Chris J (es) wrote: I know this movie is silly and crass. But it came out in 1999 and I was at a different point in my life. It helped me confirm that I could not wait to be a father. And after watching it again 16 years later now with an 8-year-old, it reconfirms my deep passion for my son.

David W (kr) wrote: We ALL have experienced the influence of American Pie as sex isn't the only thing guys desire