Imagine a mix of Repo Man, Oliver! and Pinocchio and you're on the road to grasping the tone of this bizarre Estonian take on Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy's character Buratino, a wooden boy (or boyus woodenus, as the doctors in the film refer to him). Buratino's virginal mother wishes upon a star for a son and is immediately answered by what can only be called a rape-splinter. The woman gives birth almost immediately to her little wooden Buratino. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sean M (ag) wrote: Just as i expected from a "Sushi Typhoon" movie.
Tina A (mx) wrote: Don't waste your time.
Mathieu B (kr) wrote: Juste mauvais : les cliches suivent les clichesMeme pour une serie B prise au second degre, c'est une perte de temps
Jeffrey R (au) wrote: The cast stole the show. In fact, there was nothing else to it.
Anna M (gb) wrote: One of my favs. So good to sit back and watch with a glass of wine.
R S (us) wrote: So sad! Very natural acting; almost seems unscripted. Appreciated the reference to Christ, as well.
Piotrek S (ru) wrote: beautiful, scary, intelligent, repulsive, funny and sad... all in one movie makes it very special
Ian C (nl) wrote: One of the greatest spagetthi westerns ever made. Franco Nero is one bad mother f**ker. A quailty soundtrack from Luis Bacalov.
Greg W (nl) wrote: above average western gr8 cast esp the awesome George Kennedy.
Gordon B (ca) wrote: On the dimly lit streets of Rome a lonely prostitute longs for love, or more accurately the fantasy of love. Inspired by Chaplin's City Lights, 'Cabiria' generates nothing but total sympathy for a woman who maintains her optimism even in the face of destitution
Todd N (ru) wrote: This is the first movie on a Warner Brothers Humphrey Bogart DVD set. I wasn't expecting much as he wasn't a lead and it was before he became a star.I was pleasantly surprised. It was adapted from a stage play and it feels like one which works fine as the characters are original yet universal. While the theme might seem familiar, it was quite radical for its time. This set is a fun education.
Vicki T (us) wrote: Great movie! Harold Lloyd is an amazing actor, and this movie is just one example of that.
Eric R (jp) wrote: Jack Cain is a one man wrecking crew of a police officer, who is on a mission to stop the drug trade in Houston. While on a sting operation involving one of the major drug suppliers, his partner is killed because a new sinister force has arrived in Houston; which just so happens to be drug dealers from outer space. Yep, thats the plot of this Dolph Lundren movie, which is freaking awesome. The alien drug dealer is cyphering human endorphins and only Dolph Lundgren and his by-the-book FBI partner have a chance of stopping him. Dolph Lundgren's character in this movie is just awesome; he kicks all sorts of ass, takes no bullshit from anyone, yet his apartment is made up of classy decor with stylistic touches which would make Marc Jacobs blush. He sips on wine instead of whiskey, but can still deliver the pain. Yes, this is a cheesy early 90s b-movie which features lots of fun original, yet not, ideas and lots of action and fun one liners. In other words.. its awesome.
Buddy A (us) wrote: This was not as good as the first one--not even close.
Ryan R (nl) wrote: It's an exceptional entry into the time traveling genre. Keeps you on the edge of your seat and performances from Dennis Quad make this a fun watch.
Leander H (kr) wrote: The movie review of Schindler List by Leander Herring In telling their stories, Steven Spielberg found a way to approach the Holocaust, which is a subject too vast and tragic to be encompassed in any reasonable way by fiction. In the ruins of the saddest story of the century, he found, not a happy ending, but at least one affirming that resistance to evil is possible and can succeed. In the face of the Nazi charnel houses, it is a statement that has to be made, or we sink into despair.The film has been an easy target for those who find Spielberg's approach too upbeat or "commercial," or condemn him for converting Holocaust sources into a well-told story. But every artist must work in his medium, and the medium of film does not exist unless there is an audience between the projector and the screen. Claude Lanzmann made a more profound film about the Holocaust in "Shoah," but few were willing to sit through its nine hours. Spielberg's unique ability in his serious films has been to join artistry with popularity--to say what he wants to say in a way that millions of people want to hear.In ''Schindler's List,'' his brilliant achievement is the character of Oskar Schindler, played by Liam Neeson as a man who never, until almost the end, admits to anyone what he is really doing. Schindler leaves it to ''his'' Jews, and particularly to his accountant Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley), to understand the unsayable: that Schindler is using his factory as a con game to cheat the Nazis of the lives of his workers. Schindler leaves it to Stern, and Spielberg leaves it to us; the movie is a rare case of a man doing the opposite of what he seems to be doing, and a director letting the audience figure it out itself.This film I really didn't understand it, because the movie left you to figure it out on your own, however it relates to World Religion, because God was their Provider and Protector. Even though bad things would happen to His people-which [were seen] as the justified result of their failure to honor Him and the way of life He presented to them-periods of oppression would always be followed by salvation, and eventually the persecution-ending, exile-gathering, peace-bringing redemption would occur. As the Passover haggadah expresses it, "in every generation enemies rise up seeking to destroy us, but God delivers us from their hands." The Holocaust was World Religion.
Aaron M (jp) wrote: What starts out as an interesting premise soon falls into the conventional crime thriller category, ultimately having little more impact than a well done episode of "CSI". A shame really, since the cast for the most part is fine, although I for one am getting tired of seeing Ed Harris play the same character again and again recently. The cinematography keeps this film's head above water at least, but I'm struggling otherwise for compliments.