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Gina W (nl) wrote: Set in 1992 and covering the conflict between Georgia and Abjazoan, two Estonian farmers decide to stay long enough to harvest the tangerine crop. When the war comes to them, they take in two wounded soldiers from opposite sides, but their extended recovery has a humanizing effect that transcends ethnic boundaries. This sad film makes an eloquent statement for peace.
Guilherme B (mx) wrote: The film lacks originality and talent in act, despite the charism of his main actor!
Xolelwa N (us) wrote: this was a stupid comedy... and thats about it
Demonic N (it) wrote: This looks really crap.
Luca V (gb) wrote: I don't know if this is a rumanian film or a french one, there are rumanians, gipsies, jews, and fake German people. The Mad of the village is also the Wisest.
Glenn B (ag) wrote: Came closer than any other film to driving me out of the theatre, and for that, I salute it. So over the top it comes barking back up from the bottom! If scenes involving sex and vomiting don't sound like your cup of tea, give this one a wide miss.
Steve P (us) wrote: NOTE: This film was recommended to me by Kimberly Winters Gautier for the "Steve Pulaski Sees It."If there's one genre of films that has never particularly done much for me, it's the "body swapping" genre of films, and while Penny Marshall's Big takes a creative new spin on the genre, it still can't overcome its pretty uninteresting concept. The film revolves around a thirteen-year-old named Josh Baskin (David Moscow), who lives in New York with his parents who decide to visit the local carnival one day. After trying to impress a schoolgirl with his bravery by going on a rollercoaster and subsequently being shooed away because he isn't of adequate height, Josh uses a fortune teller machine to wish he was bigger.The next morning, Josh wakes up a thirty-five-year-old man and utterly horrified by his growth spurt. He quickly darts out of his home after his mother mistakes him for a burglar, and knowing he can't go home and explain the situation to his mother, he calls on his best friend Billy (Jared Rushton) to assist him in his new adult adventures. Before long, Josh goes to work for a toy company, using his own prior knowledge as to what kids enjoy in order to become a successful employee at the company. He also winds up developing a crush on his coworker Susan Lawrence (Elizabeth Perkins) over time, despite her not knowing his unbelievable secret.Adult Josh is played by a very young Tom Hanks in what is often considered his breakout role, and to his credit, Hanks is a commendable, charismatic presence all the way through Big. His role requires a boatload of energy and charm, which he has no problem delivering, and his cheery smile is enough to warrant at least some pleasure in this film. The problem with Big, despite its wholesomeness and its innocuous premise, is that it's simply not a very interesting film and it all starts with its bogus storyline. For one, we never really get an explanation of whether or not Josh is functioning with the mind of a thirteen-year-old in a thirty-five-year-old body or if he has a thirty-five-year-old mind in a thirty-five-year-old's body. Right there, it sets up a conflict of interest based around the character since we're not entirely sure on what wavelength he is operating.Second of all, the humor in the film is not particularly funny. Isolated scenes like the famous rendition of "Chopsticks" on a life-sized piano are fun, but little in the film is humorous or very memorable because of its situational comedy. When a film tackles a premise like this, there should at least be some kind of consistent humor coming from the plot, but all there seems to be a string of ironic, coincidental, or predictable sequences involving the bizarre concept of a thirteen-year-old inheriting the body of an adult (in a screenplay written by Gary Ross and Anne Spielberg, the sister of Steven Spielberg).It's that and the film's general predictability that wore on me; when the relationship between Josh and Susan begins to brew, the film almost effectively abandons any attempt at being funny to take a more romantic route. Right there, we have three genres - fantasy, comedy, and romance - that all feel like they're being handled in a half-baked manner that lacks any kind of narrative conviction. While Big may have spirit and a talented cast of talents - its leading performer going on to earn Oscar nominations and being regarded as one of the finest American actors working today - it lacks the kind of humor that its premise so readily demands and settles on being simple, basic cable entertainment.Starring: Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Perkins, Jared Rushton, and David Moscow. Directed by: Penny Marshall.
Keren P (jp) wrote: Terribly depressing!
Andy C (fr) wrote: As with most genius kids in the 80s, our hero here has a best friend who's an almost sentient yellow robot named BB. This is made all the more impressive by the fact that his recognised area of genius is actually human brain surgery. Upon moving to a new neighbourhood our hero, whose name I've alas forgotten having watched the film a few weeks prior to writing this review, soon makes friends with the news paper boy and finds a live interest in the girl next door. Even local bullies have no hope of bothering them thanks to BB's robotic power almost making a eunuch of the local bad apple I their first encounter. Things turn sour however when in the space of one pretty shitty week or so, a paranoid old lady blows BB away with a shotgun and our hero's love interest is snatched away following her abusive father putting her into a coma with a push down the stairs, followed by pulling the plug on her faster than you can say "childline" let alone "wake up and implicate me in an attempted murder". Anyway, distraught our hero - I've just looked it up and his name is Paul - combines his gifts to bring his beloved back to life using some of BBs brain parts to fix her decayed grey matter, of course what this means ( in a Wes Craven film at least) is that you end up with some crazy robot girlfriend hiding out in a neighbourhood full if people her component parts want revenge upon. Worth watching alone for you to wonder how having a robot brain gives a human teenage girl crazy robot strength allowing her to lift a fully grown man clear over her head or throw a basket ball into an old woman's face so hard that her head explodes.
Andrew B (us) wrote: It would be interesting to see if Cronenberg were to remake Videodrome set in the present day, how different it would be.The central theme of our interaction with media (or maybe medias interaction with us) translates differently in 2016.Something just felt a bit off throughout the movie, and I don't think it was intentional. The way that the hallucinations came and went felt very unnatural and not so much in a disorienting way, but more of an issue with how the movie was edited...
Thomas W (ag) wrote: Landmark neorealist film from Visconti, who employs a cast of non-professional actors to depict the lives of downtrodden fishermen in a coastal Sicilian town.
Grayson D (gb) wrote: Enjoyable but not overly funny comedy.
Leonard D (es) wrote: Yeah, great performances from the cast, but if you think about it, what message does this movie send to everyone? If you've been paralyzed from an injury, then there's no point to go on living? Just end it? NO! This film was good, but the ending just lost me, sorry to say, but it's true! Shame on you Eastwood, what a big slap in the face!
Jeff C (ru) wrote: I watched this at a screening Orange County. This was a very powerful movie. All the actors portrayed in Russia were top notch. One of the guys portrayed took questions and indicated it was about 95% of what really took place.