A first-of-its-kind visual and auditory field trip into the rhythm of classic poems and the beauty of nature. When viewing the video, your child will discover 12 common words within the rich context of poetry and real-world video. This discovery ... Full Descriptioncan be reinforced by reading the companion "Baby Shakespeare" book with your child. Exposure to words in context is important in th . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Eric H (fr) wrote: I was thrilled, amused and caught in a tailspin of magic by the performances as Polanski's characters slowly seduced me into their inner circle and although I knew it to be farce, their elegant exchanges caught me off guard as I began to believe Vanda's every word and knew what she was up to. It was as if I were really viewing a dream of the author as he was writing the script. These two characters are as one. His dream is the script of his desire to relive his experience of subjugation, humiliation and total domination by his aunt when he was a young boy and Vanda is more than ready to strip him of all his defenses as he completely submits to her. The denouement comes when Vanda throws the author's cell phone across the room and breaks it after she has "forced" him to call his fiance and let her know that he is not coming home and the delicious end as Vanda makes her retreat in her dance of victory and her subject is left to his bewildered and sensual dreams. He too is victorious.
Gerardo F (au) wrote: Puchas... un monton de ideas xoras, pero ejecutadas de forma mediocre tirando pa insuficiente... demasiado pretenciosa en el desarrollo y entrega de la trama pa una historia que si bien es interesante no daba pa tanto (o de frenton no la supieron hacer cundir y les qued aguada), y pa ms remate con una produccin que acusaba falta de presupuesto (aunque siempre digna y con atmosferas bien logradas). A ratos dificil de seguir, no por lo compleja si no por la impericia del director. Al menos no era una oda francesa, latera y siutica como Jeux d'enfants (se senta honesta). En fin, igual me entretuve. Pienso que en este caso sera una buena idea un remake gringo.
sheri s (ca) wrote: I love this short movie films. Some you can love and some you can hate. This was mostly average.
Christian M (ag) wrote: This film is long and boring but really changed my outlook on culture and consequences.
Scott K (us) wrote: The David Lynch stuff is great, but the rest is rotten
karen s (es) wrote: THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY is an exciting WWII film that is based on Kendal Burt's book detailing the real life exploits of Swiss born Franz von Werra, a German pilot who is captured by the British when his plane crashes. Von Werra is played with a muted but still smug swagger by Hardy Kruger,a favorite of mine since SUNDAYS AND CYBELE (LES DIMANCHES DE VILLES D'AVRAY) which won the Oscar for Best Foreign film in 1962. The pilot's sole goal is to be assigned to a POW camp so he can go about the business of escaping, the Brits are more concerned with trying to pry information out of him--even going so far as to suggest that his well-known heroics might be all so much fakery. No go. Finally they give and he's sent to a camp from which he quickly attempts an escape but is just as quickly captured and shipped off to another camp. At the second camp the escape is more organized a la THE GREAT ESCAPE but with much the same results for von Werra. And so it goes until he is shipped off to Canada with other escape prone Germans, where he makes his final bid for freedom. The fact that this film was made so soon after the end of WWII and yet Kruger can still makes us feel so much empathy for his character and genuinely make us hope for him to succeed is a testament to both Kruger as an actor as well as the writers and the director Roy Ward Baker. Don't forget to read the epilogue and find out what happened to von Werra after he left Canada!
Robert S (gb) wrote: In this episode Magnum goes undercover in the Australian outback as a cowboy. There are a number of plot holes regarding his presence in Australia, and I was disappointed to see no other stars from the series join the adventure. All and all it was good to see him hold character for the duration, even after the crime was solved.
3568 C (de) wrote: In the late 1990's I was picking through my father's old VHS collection and came across this film, never having heard of it before. I plugged it in his VCR (remember those?), got 10 minutes in, and labeled the film "80's B-movie schlock". An hour later, I found myself still watching, completely engrossed. In the years since, this film has become an old staple that I return to regularly whenever I cannot find anything on DISH Network which interests me. It is the definition of "a classic".
Frederick v (br) wrote: Um astronauta fica nufrago em Marte e precisa descobrir como sobreviver. Interessante a forma como ele vai aos poucos explorando as possibilidades de utilizar le recursos naturais do planeta. Os cenrios so fantsticos para a poca e a profundidade psicolgica grande.
wretch a (de) wrote: A bit lagging in parts and no actual kills seen but it is worth a watch.
Matt B (nl) wrote: Babel is a movie that really makes you think about the effects the choices you make have on the others around you. Every action has a reaction. Every consequence has an effect on others, from people you know to people you don't know. This is a fascinating drama, an excellently acted epic that will stick with you forever. Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu is one of the best drama directors we have out there at the moment.
Mary O (gb) wrote: A heartwarming adventure. The bad are bad, and the good are good. And those inbetween are transparent in their struggle. While it suffers with subpar FX, the actors bring the script to life and there isn't a thing I would change about this movie
Jack S (us) wrote: A bunch of pathetic characters with pathetic lives. Adam Scott's character made me want to vomit.
Akira J (fr) wrote: What a boring movie. 45 mins to set it up and even then it's just 50mins of destruction. For a movie, even a horror movie to be good, you have to have interesting characters which this movie lacks. Whats even odd is how it starts of whimsy and then goes into a disaster movie, if those two things were separate maybe it'd would've been good, but combined it just doesn't work, and I feel part of that is the writing. Sometimes the dialogue is good and then other times it feels out of place. And talk about a thin story, by time the 2nd act there was nothing of substance to keep it interesting. Also the effects in this was laughable. Hellraiser had better effects than this. Chris and Steven should just stick to Action/Adventure type movies.