Build a House, Plant a Tree

Build a House, Plant a Tree

Juvaj Jakubiskoʼs first feature film after a forced nine-year-long break is a story about an unconventional man, Jozef Matúš. He arrives to a small village in eastern Slovakia to settle down and start a family. He is ready to subordinate everything to his goal. It all starts with stealing building material and ends with him disregarding those close to him to a point where his ambitions are turning against him. Build a House, Plant a Tree is a viewer-friendly film with a plot resembling a western, including several attractive action sequences.

Juvaj Jakubiskoʼs first feature film after a forced nine-year-long break is a story about an unconventional man, Jozef Matúš. He arrives to a small village in eastern Slovakia to settle down and start a family. He is ready to subordinate everything to his goal. It all starts with stealing building material and ends with him disregarding those close to him to a point where his ambitions are turning against him. Build a House, Plant a Tree is a viewer-friendly film with a plot resembling a western, including several attractive action sequences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cameron M (ca) wrote: Aimless and curiously distant, Stranger by the Lake, shows some interesting eeriness with Guiraudie's direction and long camera shots, but as it appears to be more in favor of its numerous sex scenes it delivers very little of the "thriller" aspect in this advertised erotic-thriller.

Simon P (ru) wrote: Lots of talking followed by shooting turbaned zombies in the head, bookended by appearances of Osombie himself. Fans of House of the Dead, specifically those who enjoy seeing the same zombies appearing and being killed over and over again will love this. Zombie make-up is really good for low budget schlock such as this, but it needs either more of a story and/or more tongue in cheek humour to really deserve your time and interest.

Ross P (us) wrote: Not endorsed by Visit Yorkshire. Brutal, real, utterly believable and absolutely horrific. On a par with The Road, but with a better ending.

Evan L (us) wrote: low-budget but a decent thriller with some comedy.

Stephanie A (br) wrote: An edgy more serious, less funny version of meangirls

Jason P (kr) wrote: Beautiful story- excellent acting by the kids.

Art L (kr) wrote: Con a con man. Not bad.

Michael S (br) wrote: Y2K nonsense. The scene where Satan inhabits Ahnuld's body plays like an homage to Evil Dead 2. Unintentional hilarity ensues.

Claudette B (gb) wrote: Very Sweet and funny movie i thought

Tyler E (au) wrote: This was a GOD AWFUL movie. How anyone managed to push through that unnecessarily long movie and not think "Where did my life go?" Is beyond me. Seriously, you could've cut that movie in half with all the unrelated scenes and the uncomfortable silences. It had a lot of weird cuts and jumps during parts that could've been better transitioned and there was a weird filter the whole film was in that almost gave me a headache. I know some people will say "Tyler, film is an art and should be valued as such." Okay, If the intent of your artwork was to make me dizzy, bored, and simultaneously disgusted for 2 and half hours then congratulations you did it. Please give me 2 1/2 hours of my life back please. Actually throw another 5 minutes on there for my blow-hardy review.

Lauren K (de) wrote: Good movie but I watched it when I was like 10 so I don't remember it that much!

Chris F (au) wrote: Not sure how it got 79% on Rotten Tomatoes and I'm not sure why Adam McKay and Will Ferrell put this on their must see list. Some funny parts with the various pranks and it's always entertaining seeing Danny DeVito get mad but other than that there wasn't much else to it.

Emma R (ru) wrote: hmmm interesting i guess...

Jonathan C (br) wrote: Just plain out silly. Definitely feel the homage to the original cartoon. It might fit in my so bad it's good category. And the love for those turtles...it's so hard not to like. At least Mikey isn't borderline special needs anymore, but maybe I liked how unintelligent he was in the first one. But Krang and Shredder sucked. Crappy villains makes for crappy heroes.