Boris - Il film
A director and his crew attempt to make the transition from the small to the big screen.
- Stars:Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, Charlie Hunnam, Patrick Kerton, Kwasi Songui, Kris Kristofferson, Sissy Spacek, John Robinson, Luca Amorosino, Valerio Aprea, Antonino Bruschetta, Paolo Calabresi, Antonio Catania, Carolina Crescentini, Massimo De Lorenzo, Carlo Luca De Ruggieri, Alberto Di Stasio, Roberta Fiorentini, Caterina Guzzanti, Francesco Pannofino, Andrea Sartoretti, Pietro Sermonti, Alessandro Tiberi,
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Michael M (nl) wrote: While it's beautifully shot and you kind of respect how awesome it could be to be an outlaw riding into the sunset through the desert with your long hair blowing in the wind....this movie fucking blows. There's really nothing that happens and the ending is just like WTF? By the time it's over you're really wondering why you bothered watching this.
Dorys C (gb) wrote: a have to see movie for those of us who didn't know much about the apharteid in south africa, an eye opener. heart braking. the idea and concept of the "unbundu" should be spread around the world.
Corrina (ag) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!! ITS SOOOOO GOOD! I CAN WATCH IT OVER AND OVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Henry P (mx) wrote: Batman returns for more crime fighting after his previous cinematic escapade should have marked the end of his being Batman because all the primary motivation vanished (watch 1989's Batman, and you'll figure out why). We begin with an establishing shot of the Cobblepot house, coupled with whines of a newborn baby, and a disgusted couple deciding to abandon their baby for reasons revealed later. Fast forward 33 years, and we see a meeting of Max Shreck's (Christopher Walken) board prepping his legacy project: a power plant he wants Bruce Wayne (Michael Keaton) to fund. After listening in on the meeting, his secretary Selina Kyle (Michelle Pfeiffer) tries to make a suggestion before being sidelined for reasons that just come off as sexist. After that, we see her (literal) fall to madness, then from the sewers rises the Penguin (Danny DeVito), the baby that was abandoned to the sewers at the start of the movie. Instead of learning ninjutsu, he accepted himself as a monster, and becomes an eco-terrorist. Batman actually gets sidelined in favor of development of Penguin and Catwoman, and they are quite well developed: we see how Penguin becomes the bizarre creature he is from being abandoned by his parents for being different, and being raised by penguins, and we see how Catwoman goes from lonely secretary trying to make it in a man's world to the craziest crazy-cat-lady ever. There's still plenty of Batman, but he arrives later than he did last time. What also returns are the special effects that just look unforgivably fake. Some sets and costumes look cool, but the special effects were just unforgivably obvious in the fact they're fake. Danny Elfman also returns for the soundtrack, but not Prince. His score is as deep and memorable as ever. With a few laughs here and there, especially when you see Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle meet after having fought as Batman and Catwoman, Batman returns for another solo outing that would be the last good Batman movie for 13 years.
James H (fr) wrote: 71/100. Very well made documentary, amazingly filmed and extremely informative. The narration is quite good. The cinematography is a amazing. Beautifully filmed and very educational
Rhonda H (ca) wrote: this is a good family movie . it makes you cry
JeanFranois L (mx) wrote: Vraiment cool, un trs bon Verhoeven!
Neville P (ru) wrote: A wonderful movie about a blind man falling in love with his neighbour
Lesa F (gb) wrote: Horrible. Normally love Jason Stratham fliks as good escapism, but this was soft porn with only enough action to be able to call it an action film.
Harrison R (us) wrote: Exactly as good as the original, so funny, such great acting, this is like part 2 of a master's class in comedic acting
Justin B (kr) wrote: This movie is a bit of an enigma to me. I watched it too much when I was too young to get a lot of the humour so I never really am sure how I feel about it. Objectively it is what it is; entertaining summer blockbuster and clever enough mid-nineties staple.
Carlton R (ca) wrote: Cary Grant and Tony Curtis revel in this lush wartime drama,and are supported by a great cast, a true classic not to be missed.
Juli N (nl) wrote: Franchise took a nosedive once Spielberg and Hopper weren't at the helm!
David S (it) wrote: prison is a revolving door.
BLACTACULAR (ag) wrote: I'm tired of the white person coming out of a bad situation and brown folk end up blamed and dead. This movie pissed me off.