Carl Th. Dreyer: My Métier

Carl Th. Dreyer: My Métier

Carl Theodor Dreyer is a young journalist in Copenhagen when he gets involved in the early Danish film industry. He writes scripts and inter-titles, and for some years he is the main editor...

Carl Theodor Dreyer is a young journalist in Copenhagen when he gets involved in the early Danish film industry. He writes scripts and inter-titles, and for some years he is the main editor... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matthew T (it) wrote: It was good. I thought the first one was better. A little too much touchy-feely stuff in this one but I ended up watching the whole thing.

Kai B (kr) wrote: if you like glee you are going to love this :)more songs more drama more GLEE :)MUST WATCH IF YOU LOVE GLEE

Prashanth R (kr) wrote: One star for Rahman's amazing music. He truly is a master of both Western and Eastern classical. The fusion of the two in this soundtrack was simply amazing. One star for Anil Kapoor for his awesome portrayal of a mentally challenged musical genius. And half a star for a semblance of a good plot, gone horribly awry due its incohesiveness and failure to captivate.

Benjamin v (es) wrote: Zizek is brilliant, and perhaps misunderstood.

Emily S (ca) wrote: The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because it is very loooong. I wish we had something this cool nowadays, instead of an oversaturation of bad reality shows and Showtime repeats.

Phil H (fr) wrote: A well advertised Dolph action flick in local London papers to tie in with 'The Expendables' release of course but I'm afraid like many other flicks made by some of these aging hulking stars this film is pretty average, though not terrible.Dolph does what he does best here (hence...The Killing Machine), he shoots and beats people to death whilst being indestructible, just like Seagal, JCVD etc.. The plot is the usual unoriginal tale of a lone assassin who wants to leave his field of work but is dragged back in and double crossed *yawn!*. While this is a straight to DVD release its not as bad as recent Seagal offerings which have been dreadful. This is actually quite stylish with hand held cam work and gun fights that are well edited with good special effects and stunt work. There are some nice fisticuffs through out which do look visually solid and show Dolph still retains good levels of fitness and also retains his excellent physical and facial good looks. Shame its all just very very predictable and a little dull at times, this whole genre is highly saturated with many clones so if you want your movie to stand out you gotta make sure its special. Just having Dolph as an invincible fighting force is rather redundant and dated I'm afraid, even for the biggest fanboy. Films like this worked back in the day when these guys were a bit more unique and the cream of Hollywood action flicks. These days they just seem stale and old hat, this kinda stuff doesn't really work anymore guys, hence straight into the deep DVD bargain basement bin. Mind you this effort is much more agreeable than most and shows an attempt at some innovative action thriller filmmaking, relatively slick in parts.

sarah P (ru) wrote: well funny seeing how asterix and obelix cope in america rescuing there druid getafix

Gregoire B (au) wrote: A violent thriller with a well pronounced New Wave accent, Nikita finds depth in the evolution of the main character. An acid and brilliant French classic.

Gregory W (ag) wrote: good actioner i just love marie windsor

Alex S (us) wrote: Good fun action flick with Stallone and Antonio Banderas.Never actually realised how good Banderas actually is as an actor, who you usually see as the El Mariachi character or voicing Puss in Boots. He plays a brilliant psychotic sniper in this flick.