Ararat

Ararat

A variety of characters, some close relatives, others distant strangers, are each affected by the making of a film about the Armenian Genocide of 1915.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English,Armenian,French,German,Turkish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   one word title,   christian,  

Interrogated by a customs officer, a young man recounts how his life was changed during the making of a film about the Armenian genocide. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Julio D (it) wrote: Stupid app doesn't want me to give it 5 starts.

Gideon R (us) wrote: There is no happy ending in sight.

Jess S (kr) wrote: lovely lovely yes yes see it even if you dont know the who just see it ok>

Alexander H (kr) wrote: An excellent movie. It's exciting, interesting, and you're constantly holding on to see what comes next.

Kyle F (us) wrote: One of the best films ever made and one of the best war movies

Dan M (au) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen in many years. Its actually heart warming while, at the same time, its able to make you fall off your seat from laughter. Boomeddeboom!!!!!The only thing bad about the movie is that every time I see it, I miss my beloved UP even more :(

Logan M (us) wrote: Salma Hayek does an outstanding job. "Frida" is a biopic about suffering that is beautiful in almost every aspect.

Marilee A (mx) wrote: Italian American Banker/Patriarch(Edward G. Robinson) tries to control his grown sons(Luther Adler, Richard Conte, Efrem Zimbalist Jr,& Paul Valentine) , but they double cross him by taking over his illegal business when he goes to prison for his banking practices.Typical portrayal of Italian American Immigrants and their offspring in the 1940's that includes Ambition, Crime, Morality Struggles,Sibling Rivalry, & Love versus Loyalty to Family.Susan Hayward plays the Love Interest of Tony(Efrem Zimbalist) that makes him want to make it on his own,in New World ,Legal ways.Quite Good

Kevin N (fr) wrote: A silly and somewhat entertaining Abbott and Costello romp, but this is definitely not one of the duo's best movies. A lot of these jokes are recycled from the team's radio sketches and the rest of it seems oddly controlled and timid. Costello's best moments are when he is totally unleashed, free to chew up the script and his surroundings, but there are just one or two moments like that here, and by the end he just looks bored. Clyde Beatty (real life lion tamer) and Frank Buck (world class hunter) make appearances at the duo's expense, and these lead to some of the most genuine laughs in the picture.

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Directed by John Dahl, (Red Rock West (1993), The Last Seduction (1994) and Rounders (1998)), and co-written and co-produced by J.J. Abrams. This thriller/road movie owes a lot to Duel (1972) and The Hitcher (1986)). But it does have some good twists along the way, and just when you think it's over, it isn't, their whole ordeal starts all over again. But it still makes for entertaining and gripping viewing. University student Lewis Thomas (Paul Walker) has just finished his freshman year and is beginning his summer break, and he's planning on a road trip across America with his girlfriend Venna (Leelee Sobieski). However, Lewis gets news that his brother Fuller (Steve Zahn) has been arrested in Salt Lake City, and someone needs to pay bail. That falls to Lewis, and upon release, Fuller invites himself on Lewis' road trip. On their trip, Fuller buys a CB radio, and he uses to taunt truck drivers in the area, however it completely backfires on them when they hear from a mysterious trucker called Rusty Nail, who seems to have deadly and threatening motives towards them. There's something quite old fashioned about this film, and it wouldn't have seemed out of place in the 1970's or even 1980s, it does have a suspenseful attitude about it, and it makes the most of the open road as the battleground between the brothers and the deadly, vengeful trucker.

Stephen L (it) wrote: Hilarious. And it gets better with age.