In London, during October 1993, England is playing Holland in the preliminaries of the World Cup. The Bosnian War is at its height, and refugees from the ex-Yugoslavia are arriving. Football rivals, and political adversaries from the Balkans all precipitate conflict and amusing situations. Meanwhile, the lives of four English families are affected in different ways by encounter with the refugees.
- Stars:Thomas Goodridge, Faruk Pruti, Tony Peters, Dado Jehan, Rosalind Ayres, Julian Firth, Charles Kay, Charlotte Coleman, Edward Jewesbury, Bobby Williams, Joseph Williams, Nicholas Farrell, Danny Nussbaum, Steve Sweeney, Jay Simpson,
- Director:Jasmin Dizdar,
- Writer:Jasmin Dizdar
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Beautiful People torrent reviews
(us) wrote: This movie isn't about horses. It's about a man who overcame a brutal upbringing to become a strong, honest, caring and upstanding person. He has become a man who understands what it takes to live successfully and happily as well as what it takes to partner with an animal by show it kindness, firmness and understanding. Although he is still scarred by the darkness of his father's demons he is able to set it aside to contribute to making the world a better place. You can tell what kind of man he has become by using his family as a mirror into his soul. And what is there is good.
(mx) wrote: As much as I did enjoy that endearing, genuine last twenty minutes, I'd be lying if I said I didn't find everything else quite the task to get through. It's not that the elements aren't here - a fine cast is the most notable thing that's been assembled - but the meat of "10 years" isn't all that interesting. Sorry, but well-off white people about to turn 30 being nostalgic just isn't my idea of solid ground to put together a narrative, and the filmmakers certainly don't prove it worthwhile either.
(nl) wrote: This movie is just.... dumb
(de) wrote: Interesting movie. Zac efron, good actor. I love the story because usually it has good begging or end and interesting quotes.
(es) wrote: In fact, I knew what I was getting into when I decided to watch this chapter of Resident Evil. Was it bad? It was awful, much like the other films in the saga. Did I enjoy it? Every single bit of it.
(jp) wrote: love this movie it was so funny
(ru) wrote: I love this movie. I bought it at the grocery store for seven bucks, I almost paid 13 bucks previously. ahaha.
(kr) wrote: Cast a Deadly Spell (1991) -- [6.0] -- This made-for-cable fantasy/noir yarn features Fred Ward as a private detective searching for a book of spells in an alternate 1940s Hollywood where monsters and magic are part of everyday life. Think "Roger Rabbit" with magic instead of cartoons. As fantastic as it sounds, the script is fairly conventional and predictable. A major clue hinges on revealing a "she" to be a "he," but I don't think the actor in drag is fooling anyone. The movie manages some remarkable special effects given its limited budget, but the real reason to see this colorful flick is its incredible cast. Ward is joined by the ever-villainous David Warner and sultry love interest Julianne Moore, as well as the always cool Clancy Brown (Highlander, Carnivale).
(kr) wrote: Another perilous journey for Deathstalker assisting a princess in reclaiming her throne. This one played mostly for laughs--often at its own expense--and the cast seems to have fun with it. The sets look even cheaper than the original.
(it) wrote: Elisabeth Shue delivers a smart, strong female performance consisting of plenty of laughs in this relentlessly entertaining 'big-city' black comedy.
(ru) wrote: Great movie for kids of all ages. It reminds me of a time that I enjoyed in my youth as opposed to today's world we live in.
(ag) wrote: Pode no ter uma histria muito interessante de romance, mas s a msica j compensa em tudo!
(mx) wrote: After the darkness of The Devils (1971), Ken Russell wanted a change, so he adapted Sandy Wilson's stage musical. Set in the 1930's at the Theatre Royal in Portsmouth, it has a small-time theatrical company putting on an afternoon production of The Boy Friend to a near empty house, then the company's assistant stage manager Polly Browne (Twiggy) finds herself understudying for the leading lady, who's broke her foot. In the audience is Hollywood film director Cecil B. DeThrill (Vladek Sheybal), who is entertained by the production. Probabily one of Ken Russell's best films, a world away from his more darker films, and a love-letter to the Hollywood musicals of old, although it does contain some imagery typical of Russell, but it's a well staged film, he also gets the best out of Twiggy, and it's beautifully shot by the late, great David Watkin. Plus, it has a good supporting cast to it's name, including Bryan Pringle, Barbara Windsor, Tommy Tune, Brian Murphy and Glenda Jackson!! Once you see this film, it'll be impossible to forget!! :D
(gb) wrote: An ex-Confederate captain heads west with his young daughter and is caught up in the skirmishes between soldiers and Indians. Ben Lassiter rescues two sisters at a massacre site and guides them to safety after several Indian attacks and treachery from two renegade soldiers intent on stealing the army payroll. Beth Drury has an eye on widower Lassiter who is constantly attacked verbally by her sister Martha for supporting the rebel cause. Victor Mature and Faith Domergue are the big names in this cast but film has little pace and the action is spotty.
(nl) wrote: This s a good movie and it has a lovely ending. Another favourite of my Mom's.. she got me hooked on all the old movies.
(us) wrote: Weird Al's only feature film so far is a super fun and frequently dark cult comedy that's completely entertaining. It's a film that couldn't be made in the modern era, and that's the only disappointing thing about it.