Days and Clouds

Days and Clouds

Set in Genoa, the film concerns the financial struggles and emotional strain that occur after Michele loses his job. He and his wife Elsa are forced to give up their affluent lifestyle and cope with the tensions of moving into a smaller home, finding new work, and making sacrifices.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:party,   gift,   dinner,  

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Carlos D (mx) wrote: lo mas increible de esta pelicula no es ver a el gringo de mariachi sino saber que en ninguna escena sale Martha Higareda sin ropa....

Brett R (de) wrote: Hard to explain. Calvin is both a good and also a poor athlete. He is both humble and conceited about his abilities. His coach is both a butthole and also a good person. His girlfriend hates him for lying about his lack of skills and also finds him inspirational. He is the laughing stock of one team and the hero of another. His life is in a rut but he moves forward. Charming!

Alexey F (mx) wrote: I'd rather call this Goarding Bate, so as not to confuse people.

Luke H (au) wrote: This is a good solid movie. I am glad a saw It, but I won't be seeing it again. I am glad I took the 2 hours to see it.

Insert unique MySpace name here (it) wrote: It mostly depends on personal preference, but I loved this movie. I'm a big fan of romance, and this one drew me in. It was a tearjerker (for me, at least), so if you are susceptible to sad movies, get the tissues ready.

Jason J (es) wrote: A really good duel movie by acclaimed director Ryuhei Kitamura between the God of Battle and a samurai warrior set in a temple. The first half is just a lot of talking but the 2nd half is all action with brilliantly staged swordfights.

Casey F (kr) wrote: In Dreams both starts and ends strong, but the entire middle is such a goddamn mess that its hard to salvage anything worthwhile. It's as if the film is trying to be too many things at once: a psychological thriller, a psychic mystery, a ghost story, and a Freudian commentary on dreams. The jumbled quality of many scenes made me feel like I was dreaming after eating some exotic cheese before bed: nothing made sense and everything was slightly discomforting. During the confusing course of events, not a single likable character emerges. In fact, the most likable character is probably Robert Downey, Jr.'s psychopathic Vivian, and only because of Downey, Jr.'s acting skills. Annette Bening's character Claire, on the other hand, deviates from psychic to completely insane and back again. It's difficult to call Claire the hero when half the time she appears just as bat-shit as the villain. The film does have some visually appealing environments - the underwater church, the abandoned cider mill, the mental hospital - but it doesn't use them to their full potential. The real scares of In Dreams felt like they were misplaced, and moments that could have been horrific fell flat. Finally, why, why, why is there no mention of the Oedipus complex?! This film is begging for a Freud shout-out.

Darrell T (kr) wrote: Not the greatest thriller but well worth watching on dvd. More A stars than you can shake a stick at!

Johnny K (br) wrote: It was kinda boring, wasn't it? In my opinion, Solomon Perel's testimony was much more meaningful, interesting and it even felt a bit livelier.

MG R (kr) wrote: A fighter pilot in training falls in love with his instructor in this mild action romance.

Dave R (ag) wrote: i'm a city boy and i hate the suburbs - maybe this movie helps explain my hostility towards the suburbs... there's just something hollow about the suburbs...it's kind of a darker version of kevin smith's "clerks" and similar in some ways to linklater's earlier work "dazed & confused". i thought it was a well done exploration of character "types" as they try and make the transition into adulthood - which seems/seemed to be a real problem for generation x.i've read some reviews that say the characters aren't real and the dialogue isn't good - but to me that's what makes it so real. most people talk shit when they are out drinking with their friends and they don't always make sense. the situation in this movie may seem unnatural but if you're in your 20's or older you've more than likely had conversations like those in the movie.

Alex F (jp) wrote: Remake lejos de estar a la altura del original de Brian de Palma, con problemas de tono (Mean Girls versin gore), aunque medianamente pasable gracias a las buenas actuaciones de Julianne Moore y Chloe Grace Moretz.

Sean C (mx) wrote: For its time it must have looked absolutely brilliant on the big screen now though the effects are old hat and what's left fast becomes a pompous bore.

Steve S (fr) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***