Beyond the Steppes

Beyond the Steppes

"Beyond the steppes" tells the story of a woman's forced journey to the steppes of Central Asia.

"Beyond the steppes" tells the story of a woman's forced journey to the steppes of Central Asia. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gary T (fr) wrote: Hilarious movie and well worth a watch if people aren't squeamish

Deepak A (es) wrote: Actors save this movie with potential frittered away by a weak screenplay and camerawork.

Brandon W (de) wrote: This movie is pure genius! Not only do all the actors give hilarious performances but all the jokes are clever and spot on. A surprisingly original idea and funny satire on Hollywood and how films are made. If you are ever looking for a movie to watch on a rainy day or a late summer night with a bunch of buddies, then Bowfinger is an excellent choice!

nnj M (it) wrote: man i just luv movies concerning something supernatural like magic and dragons and witches!!

Alexander Z (jp) wrote: I cannot for the life of me figure out why this is rated so terribly. It's entertaining, humorous, raunchy, but still has an old-timey slapstick feel to it. Not a masterpiece, but very watchable.

Chris L (ca) wrote: A little on the slow side, and with a strange ending in which the main character walks into modern Paris while imagining what the people would think about the events in Revolutionary Paris.

Marc d (nl) wrote: A Bether Apocalypse?Fresh from her funeral, Zach learns that his girlfriend has mysteriously returned from the dead in what seems to be some sort of evil hoax, but he soon discovers that it's no laughing matter. Life After Beth does its best to take a bite out of the indie scene with its quirky dark humor and horror elements but lacks the balanced tone it needed to rise from its own grave. I think this has a lot to do with Jeff Baena's misguided direction that clearly prevents this dark comedy/drama from hitting most of its satirical marks.Considering they only had 22 days for filming and a relatively small budget, one could say this first-time director played his cards quite well, but no compliments can bury the film's countless flaws. I just wish he had taken better advantage of the talented comedians he had access to, rather than take such a serious approach to the material. The film conveys such a deadpan style in so many of its scenes that I couldn't help but crave that extra comedic relief it often lacked. The film's soundtrack certainly doesn't help with its aggressively eerie beats that often drown out the jokes, creating a strange tonal crisis that kills off the beautifully chaotic tongue-in-cheek moments. It's too bad Beana didn't take notes from Edgar Wright's superior zombie romantic comedy, Shaun of the Dead.Focusing on the actors themselves, Aubrey Plaza's commitment to her role alone creates such a powerful screen presence that's definitely worth seeing despite the previously mentioned shortcomings. Dane DeHaan also brings a genuine approach to an everyday romance pressed against bizarre circumstances. But what truly gives this film enough strength to save itself from complete failure is the strong chemistry the lead actors share on screen as the troubled lovers. Unfortunately their story is cut short with little to no explanation of how their relationship used to be before Beth's unfortunate accident, adding to the weakness of this odd plot. It also makes it a lot harder to identify with how things have changed and/or care about their future outcome.Described as a "rom-com-zom-drom," Life After Beth suffers deeply from its obvious identity crisis but manages to offer just enough fun to validate a passing mark. Just don't expect to be scared or have too many laughs.

Sylvester K (mx) wrote: Rabid is actually really frightening, could almost be viewed as a sequel of Shivers. Of course, since it's a low budget film, the acting was pretty terrible, but it was fun to watch. I love the typical Cronenberg style of body horror, the intimate acts such as hugging can be the most fatal thing. The zombie subplot was great too, I just love how the infected attack others in the public. The scene where Rose attacked the girl in the spa was a classic.

Walker P (ag) wrote: I thought it was good for a sci fi western

Lisa S (ca) wrote: James is the best. Suzanne was great! I love all the "ass" jokes! good movie!

George I (au) wrote: Inconceivable (!) that i could stand to watch this on Youtube at 320p, but I did. There's not enough landscape porn to make hi-def viewing a pre-requisite, but I will be getting the blu-ray and putting it next to The Matrix and Groundhog Day.