China Is Near

China Is Near

A pair of working class lovers - a secretary and an accountant, scheme to marry into the rich landed gentry.

A pair of working class lovers - a secretary and an accountant, scheme to marry into the rich landed gentry. Their targets are a professor, Vittorio Gordini Malvezzi ,(Glauco Mauri), who is... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jim H (br) wrote: Morgan Spurlock, Will Arnett, and Jason Bateman explore men's grooming and its relationship to masculinity.What Mansome could be is an examination of masculinity in modern day pop culture, post-feminist movement. In fact, it could be the documentary version of all the strengths of Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. But instead its reliance on extreme reactions to male hair and its profile of a modern-day fop do little to deliver any salient cultural criticism. What emerges are the outliers of our society -- a man with a massive beard and a man who spends more time preening than most birds -- and I finished the film learning nothing new about the macrocosm and learning only dismissible factoids about the microcosm.Overall, Mansome, considering its wealth of talent, doesn't live up to its potential.

Sanghee P (kr) wrote: Delightful and charming animation. I felt like I was reading a children's storybook.

Jerrod K (de) wrote: The werewolf transformations were definitely low budget, kinda chessy looking, but otherwise was a decent, for a made-for-TV Sci-Fi Channel original movie.

Tit M (br) wrote: un bel hommage au cinema francaisdes dialogues succulents

Aaron T (es) wrote: I would try to analyse this movie.....but words would be a waste of time, it is to....strange to sum up in words, watch it for yourself

Jason S (de) wrote: Just a really great movie.

Craig H (es) wrote: A prime example of the low-budget macho male escapist fantasy action films that populated the 1980's after the success of the superior "Conan the Barbarian", replete with scantily clad women and swords. "Ator the Fighting Eagle" and "The Sword and the Sorcerer" are also solid examples of the sub-genre. Don't get me wrong - I love some of these movies, like "Krull" and "Beastmaster", but it's not unfair to say that most of them were pretty terrible. This one is based on the Gor novels of John Norman, focusing on the (mis)adventures of Tarl Cabot, a contemporary American who finds himself transported to Gor (a la John Carter), where he runs afoul of Sarm (played by Oliver Reed in a really ridiculous helmet and over-acting his rear off). Ending up with some of the local inhabitants, they bring Cabot along though he appears to be almost completely inept and anything he accomplishes is in spite of himself, rather than because of himself. Paul L. (Bluto) Smith co-stars, as does Playboy Playmate Rebecca Ferratti, playing the part of the sexually-objectified woman sidekick. Third-billed Jack Palance appears in all of 5 minutes of the film as a set-up for its sequel. Overdubbing, bad acting, and positively sedentary action scenes abound. Nothing redeeming here, whatsoever. Woodchuck sez, "Avoid!"

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Ahmed M (us) wrote: Tangled is visually stunning, and humorous without forcing it's jokes. It brought back what was missing from animated princess movies, for a very long time, which was that everyone can like Tangled not only girls. It is also one of the only animated movies where the songs didn't get irritating quickly.

Logan M (ca) wrote: Woody Allen's first attempt at murderous themes after "Crimes and Misdemeanors" deserves decent praise with this mystery comedy-drama.