Blame it on Fidel

Blame it on Fidel

A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris.

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Saddam H (ru) wrote: You may say they copied scene from others, but when they make such MASTERPEICE you should be ashamed of your perceptions and rather rephrase: they got inspired from some others. Priyanka Chopra worths every award of this earth for her role. She defied almost every grounds. I never thought she was such brilliant! She's got too much to handle. Awesome! Superb!! I'm just out of my adjectives!!! Ranbir was absolutely brilliant too. Until Priyanka came to the scene, he was blowing it up. And then Priyanka made it Grand! And together, they created one of the Best movies on the earth. Ileana is beautiful and she performed nice too. As Priyanka and Ranbir will take away all the credits, she will not be mentioned that much. But she was also mesmerizing. Anurag Basu, the director, showd some guts to draw his dream picture and let it not go away to be a lush bollywoody flick. Kudos to him. More to mention, I was also amazed how beautifully Ranbir imitated Charlie Chaplin's trademark shots! In total, Barfi! is outrageously beautiful! A full 5.00 out of 5.00 for this piece of art!!

Ally L (ag) wrote: There is nothing I hate more than cookie-cutter animation with predictable plots and generic characters, so when I saw the trailer for Khumba I just rolled my eyes. Having now seen the movie I must say the marketing is incredibly misleading. The film is surprisingly fresh and entertaining, doing an amazing job in establishing a gorgeous world and characters who are all given the right amount of screen time to make you want to see more of them. Also I have to commend the movie on having established a society so well that certain major plot devices and themes actually feel like they have significant weight and valid context instead of just being there for the sake of plot progression (I know this should be a given but, trust me I've been seeing the latter more and more).Of course there's a couple of kids film rules which did make me wince a bit, the usual toilet humor, a very brief musical number and that odd trend in animal movies recently involving tranquilizers and hallucinating (why is that a thing?). But as I said before, these are incredibly brief and don't detract from the main plot too much, just brush it off and keep on watching.Not a perfect movie, but still a lot more enjoyable than other animated romps I saw last year. Kids will love it and animation fans more than likely will too.P.S. Great cast, nothing more to say about that, they're just doing a great job.

Nikola J (es) wrote: Nekako, mrachno privlachan film.

Mayank A (gb) wrote: Crazy, its more physiological and less stylish/thriller then the first movie But gives a perfect closure to the trilogy. The performances and direction are much better then the second installment. The story does get difficult to follow at times but the ending is perfect and ties up the loose ends.

Travis M (de) wrote: Smart House had a very promising premise but fails to keep its audience entertained because of lame characters and bad casting.

Dimitris S (es) wrote: Apocalyptic manifesto,the last 20 minutes are what our subculture today should have been: decadent in a vicious square of thoughts.And here is the wizard's illumination,a plot where what's seen isn't less real than what's felt.

Ola G (ru) wrote: Kirsty Cotton (Ashley Laurence) wakes in the Channard Institute, a psychiatric hospital, where she is questioned about the events leading up to the destruction of her home, which involved her stepmother, Julia (Clare Higgins), and a bloody mattress. Kirsty tells the police that her uncle, Frank (Sean Chapman), opened a puzzle box to an alternate dimension populated by monsters named Cenobites who torture human quarry and then recounts the events that happened and her confrontation with the cenobites Pinhead (Doug Bradley), Chatterer (Nicholas Vince), Butterball (Simon Bamford) and the female cenobite (Barbie Wilde). Kirsty's story amazes the detectives, who are incredulous and take the bloody mattress as evidence. Kirsty is then turned over to Dr. Phillip Channard (Kenneth Cranham) and his assistant, Kyle MacRae (William Hope), who instantly becomes smitten with Kirsty. That night, Kirsty befriends another patient, Tiffany (Imogen Boorman), a semi-catatonic young girl with an incredible skill for solving puzzles. Later, in her room, Kirsty finds a message written in blood stating "I AM IN HELL. HELP ME." Believing it was sent by her father, Kirsty tells her story to Kyle, who encourages her to tell Dr. Channard about the Cenobites. Unbeknownst to Kyle, Dr. Channard already knows everything that has been happening; he is obsessed with the Lament Configuration, the box that opens the portal to the Cenobite realm, and has been collecting every piece of information he can obtain on it. Kyle goes to Dr. Channard's house to speak with him, and discovers his "treasure room" of Cenobite-related paraphernalia. While Kyle hides, Dr. Channard arrives with the bloody mattress that Julia died on, and goads a psychiatric patient into mutilating himself on it; the resultant blood summons up a zombie-like Julia from the Cenobite realm, and she proceeds to consume the psychiatric patient to nourish herself. Kyle escapes and tells Kirsty, who encourages Kyle to help her break out of the institute so she can help stop the Cenobite-Julia and save her father in the Cenobite realm...Clive Barker returned as producer for the sequel to "Hellraiser", with Tony Randel directing due to his experience of working with Barker on Hellraiser. Randel claims the dark tone of the movie reflected his own mindset on the world at the time. The picture was due to have a much larger budget but it decreased after financial issues with New World Pictures. "Hellbound: Hellraiser II" was due to be Pinhead's final appearance in a Hellraiser film, since Randel and crew expected Julia to become the figurehead of the picture and take the franchise on. The end scene with the Pillar of souls was originally meant to be Julia, raising fully formed from the mattress, opening her mouth from which black light shoots and fills the screen. However, Claire Higgins decided she did not want to return to the character again and declined to make a further sequel. Because the film was commissioned within a week of Hellraiser's release and its strong returns, the producers did not realize the full extent of Pinhead's popularity until after Hellbound's completion. After the realization of Pinhead's popularity, it was decided he would become the main focus and recurring character of the franchise. Critical response was initially mixed, many critics citing stronger violence and an incoherent plot. Flimsy props and sets have also been criticized, as well as praised for their scope and design for such a low-budget picture. Critics later commended the film on strong visuals that echo and match Barker's own original. Browning's bed scene gained a lot of notoriety and was released in full on the uncut version of Hellbound on the Special Edition Lament Configuration box set and the film is widely regarded as the strongest of all the sequels and the closest in spirit of the original. "Hellbound: Hellraiser II" is actually a bit bloodier and freakier than the first one and I do like the original idea and the cenobite realm. Theres plenty of material to extract from the original storyline, but this doesnt really happen in either "Hellraiser" or "Hellbound: Hellraiser II", but apparently in the third one which I will see. The minus is of course the incoherent plot, the sometimes wobbly acting and the shoddy special effects. But, despite these flaws theres still something that holds your attention. And its interesting how the production company didnt see what a great villain they had in Pinhead until after the completion of "Hellbound: Hellraiser II". Im looking forward to see the third one.

Evan A (de) wrote: An unnecessary film which still fails to even be a good parody. It actually looks like a school project. (D+)