A 14-year-old video enthusiast is so caught up in film fantasy that he can no longer relate to the real world, to such an extent that he commits murder and records an on-camera confession for his parents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A 14-year-old video enthusiast is so caught up in film fantasy that he can no longer relate to the real world, to such an extent that he commits murder and records an on-camera confession for his parents.
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Joao M (es) wrote: Por Mais difcil que fosse,Marc Forster agradou em 007- Quantum Of Solace,Com um plot razoavelmente bom e cenas de ao muito boas,se mantem no nvel do seu antecessor,Cassino Royale.
John K (us) wrote: So random, but so hilarious
Joe C (jp) wrote: A touching drama about the father and son with beautiful music.
Esteve B (nl) wrote: A very good movie. With an intense and complicated story.The move goes very slowly, but comes with an intense emotions in every minute.Very recommended.
Richard S (ag) wrote: Its very horror & frightening.
Van R (ag) wrote: British director Michael Winner helmed a genuine winner with "Lawman." This intelligent, complex horse opera about a fearless, career marshal who doesn't back down boasts a stellar cast including Burt Lancaster, Lee J. Cobb, Robert Ryan, Robert Duvall, Albert Salmi, J.D. Cannon, and Ralph Waite. An old man dies catches a stray bullet in the town of Bannock during a rowdy, late-night celebration by drunken cattle drovers. The owner of the herd, Vincent Bronson (Lee J. Cobb), learns about the death of the innocent bystander about eight months later from Sabbath Marshal Cotton Ryan. Bannock Marshal Jared Maddox rides into Sabbath and confronts Cotton about the matter with a list of names of the men that he is looking to take into custody. Trouble ensues despite the fact that Bronson is willing to provide compensation. Maddox is the obdurate kind of man who doesn't take "no" for an answer. "Scorpio" scenarist Gerald Wilson doesn't pull any stops. "Lawman" was one of Burt Lancaster's best roles in his latter years. The scenery is rugged and the characters are tough as leather. "Lawman" is a must-see for anybody who craves top-notch oaters.
John A (au) wrote: One of the best westerns, one of the best comedies, and one of the best films ever made. It doesn't get better than this.
David K (ca) wrote: An okay movie. This movie is like "the crazies" but not as good!
Lena R (jp) wrote: I enjoyed 'Ghost world' a lot. I like the 'weirdo' offbeat characters. I can relate to the central topic of finding one's place in the world. I like the manner of presentation: sincere and witty. I like Thora Birch character's eccentric outfits. I like movies set in US suburbia. And Steve Buscemi is so funny and touching. I want to see movies like this.
David Ray G (nl) wrote: I was in my very early teens when I first attempted watching this movie, and I clearly remember stopping it at 6 minutes. The second time around, and much maturing later, I found it absolutely terrific. Frears is a director who is capable of pulling unbelievably fantastic performances from every one of his actors - no matter if they are leading or secondary ones. Alfred Molina probably in one of the best roles of his career here. As for the ever-glorious Gary Oldman - I really cannot think of an actor who would have been a better Joe Orton in his shoes.Partly reminiscent of Fassbinder, a tragic biopic of an even more tragic figure in what is one of the best movies of the late 1980's.
Calum R (ag) wrote: Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore, 'V for Vendetta' is a political thriller set in a fascist-ruled England in the 2020s. A film that delves into the political side of oppression and anarchy, whilst running a somewhat emotive and heartfelt story of a character in betrayal, 'V for Vendetta' is a visually stunning and extremely smart flick with some fantastic performances from Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman (whose English accent is rather impressive). The film is nowadays considered a cult classic, and rightfully so, even to the extent that the film has been utilised by governments as an allegory of oppression.
cli o (nl) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing