Old Thorgeir must leave his home far off in the Icelandic 'countryside' and move into a home for senior citizens in Reykjavik. There he meets an old friend from his childhood, Stella. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Children of Nature
An elderly couple leave their retirement home to make one last journey back to their home in the Western Fjords.
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Colin S (ru) wrote: Questioning should never be taboo. Highly recommended.
J K (ag) wrote: Laughed my ass off. Unlike other Tyler Perry movies where Madea is a background character he uses her as the primary focus in this comedy and boy, did it work. Worth watching just for the one-liners and unlike the Ernest Goes to Whatever movies, these films have some intelligence to them.
Chris W (ag) wrote: A compilation of short vignettes filmed between the mid-80s and 2003, this is Jim Jarmusch's stylish, lo-fi ode to casual conversation over and about the title vices. Shot in crisp black and white, what we get are 11 short scenes featuring 2-3 celebrities in each that consist of them sitting around conversing about various topics while they partake in coffee and cigarettes (or, in a couple of cases, tea...but even then the talk is about coffee). Some of the scenes are a bit dull, even boring, but thankfully the next one isn't too far off. It starts out a bit slow, but gets better and better as it goes on. I didn't like the Tom Waits and Iggy Pop segment as much as I thought I would, but I loved the Cate Blanchett, White Stripes, and Steve Coogan/Alfred Molina segments. The one with the Lees and Buscemi is good, too. Even if some of the bits are a bit dull, at least the music throughout is consistently awesome. Some of this is really funny, and maybe even a bit profound at times even. Even if this is uneven, I am a big fan of what this film is about, as I have personally spent countless hours doing the same stuff as the people featured here. I think that's why I wanted to see this to begin with, since that was before I became a confirmed fan of Jarmusch. All in all, this is a relaxed, cool, and unique little piece of work. My score is admittedly based somewhat on my bias, but that shouldn't deter you from checking this out for yourself.
Jacky L (au) wrote: interesting, though a tad too long; got a lil distracted towards the end. a motley crew of ticket inspectors provided the laughs, but this offbeat, dark comedy dealt with other 'life themes' as well.
Thomas O (nl) wrote: Very underrated, it's good fun
Glenn C (ca) wrote: I didn't like White Fang 2. I had never seen it before and having just watched it, I feel ripped off. The first movie had a rough-around-the-edges sort of aesthetic to it which lent itself to the period brilliantly. It was harsh and cold... it depicted the Yukon territory as the savage and treacherous frontier that it was. Wild Fang 2 is glossy and convoluted. It's got that "Disney" sheen all over it and looks like a TV movie of the week. The story is cliched and hokey and the acting is really ordinary. The only kudos I can give it is that Ethan Hawke cameos at the start to hand the reins over... i didn't expect that and thought they'd just simply write his character off or replace him. I assume he had two scripts in front of him and the other was Reality Bites. He chose wisely!
Tracey c (mx) wrote: pass....I Like Rob Lowe... IN THE WEST WING..
vincent g (ca) wrote: over rated for what it is.
David S (ru) wrote: I can't believe I never saw this when I was a teenager. Or somehow forgot it if I had. But Jean-Claude Van Damme's actioner Timecop was a ton of fun. Strangely, for a Van Damme flick, it's actually kinda smart. It plays with the idea of time travel and event manipulation very well. It's sort of a kick-ass action version of The Butterfly Effect. And I enjoyed it.
Evan J (jp) wrote: I wasn't the biggest fan of Rio Bravo, I found it to be boring a lot of the time. However, it had a lot of redeeming qualities including the acting and the violence. I really had a fun time with the classic Cowboy gun fights in Rio Bravo; they were really well done.My biggest problem was most thing inbetween all the fighting were pretty uninteresting. I also really enjoy John Wayne's performance. He is easily one of the best actor's of all time. John Wayne IS the greatest cowboy ever put on screen. He alone, can make a movie good solely based on how good of an actor he is. Stumpy was another character I liked. He was annoying at times, but I did find him to be pretty funny. In the end I found Rio Bravo to be a solid western film, I just didn't love it.