Based on a theatrical text by Romanian writer Ion Luca Caragiale (1852-1912), who was a bitter and funny witness of the turn-of-the-20th-century Romanian bourgeois mores, Carnival Scenes manages to preserve and further enhance the slightly hysteric atmosphere of his plays. Pintilie creates a strange combination of carnival scenes which is brought to the screen as a burlesque, fast-paced, screwball comedy with a meditative undertone. This film was banned in Romania for a decade until the death of Ceausescu in 1989 and was only released after the 1989 revolution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
De ce trag clopotele, Mitica?
A small world of bourgeois intrigues and frivolities lived with intensity by its own protagonists: Pampon's lover, Didina is in love with the barber Nae, who is Mitza's lover, while she is ...
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Rajesh M (ag) wrote: First half is ok, but turns into a Thevai Illaa Padam post interval
Ben L (ru) wrote: Of all the Miyazaki movies that I've watched this is by far the most beautiful. Some of the imagery is just magical, and I can see why people are attached to this film. The different dream sequences with the unique aircraft are all amazing. In fact, of the 3 Miyazaki films I've watched so far, this is the only one I could see myself watching again. However, I know that a number of movie buffs are absolutely insanely in love with Studio Ghibli and rank their films above most other animated movies, and I'm just not seeing it. There is so little that actually happens in this movie, and the pacing is very slow. I connect with the characters, but I don't fully understand them or their motivations. This lack of understanding leads to a disconnect, and I'm never affected emotionally despite some of the more dramatic moments that occur in The Wind Rises. I've always said that I prefer a more traditional narrative in my films, and I don't think Miyazaki believes in a traditional narrative at all. I know it might come across as harsh, as if I'm saying this movie is not good, but I think it's more that this is not a style that works for me. It's a problem with my taste, not the film's quality. Again, I could look at The Wind Rises all day because it is gorgeous, but I would rather watch just about any Disney animated film instead.
Nicki M (nl) wrote: Yeah, it's not the best, and Matthew McConaughey looks damn rough for "35", but sometimes a rom com is just the thing, and this is a cute idea and fairly inoffensive. Zooey Deschanel as well in a small role.
Chris R (kr) wrote: Brilliant film. Hank's at his best
David J (it) wrote: While I found the "redemption and connection" scene to be a little too easy and predictable, it was well-acted by Robin Williams and Matt Damon, as was the rest of the film. The entire cast, from Affleck to Driver to Skarsard were all good. Matt Damon and Affleck continue their on-screen synergy and the story is uplifting and ends on a fantastic note.
Daniel Y (ru) wrote: Monty Python's And Now Time For Something Completely Different is one of the most accurately titled movies ever. This film is a compilation of Monty Python's previous works on their tv show. Some are their best and some aren't. Unlike the tv show, however, they combined their sketches so that they were all connected in their own wierd and different Pythonic way. Also, throughout this film you can tell that they were desperate for a laugh that they throw everything at you in an attempt to get you to laugh and you can't help but laugh because their ubsurdity actually works. However, Monty Python's humor is a bit of an aquired taste. If you find wierd stuff funny or insults funny then this is for you, but if you're the polar opposite than this isn't for you. Now is this film filled to the brim with laughs? No by no means. Reason why is because they decided to put some of their no as funny sketches in there for some reason l, but luckily they got their really funny ones in their as well, and when you watch the film you'll immediately start to identify which are the good ones and which aren't.
Gabriel C (br) wrote: Back to the Future is a classic in the best sense of the word with a funny script, unforgettable characters and a heart that is missing from most action comedies.
Michelle B (fr) wrote: Seriously, such an interesting story. Star-studded cast. Excellent acting. A little lengthy, but none of it was unnecessary. So similar yet different from the book; I like them both for different reasons. The bit with Ron (Hal Holbrook) broke my heart a little.
Richard I (it) wrote: Over long geek fantasy with three good jokes and a central irony in the fact that you never get to see Katherine Heigl's tits.
Jimmy P (de) wrote: Funny, eigties period comedy.
Darren R (br) wrote: Rather baffling how unfunny this film is considering Zemeckis has a pretty good track record with comedy. Almost all of the [few] laughs come from a delightfully hammy Streep and the goofy body effects. Streep and Hawn both play such nasty characters that it's nigh impossible to care about whatever happens to them (whether through the course of the entire film or even through the end of a scene). Willis is largely wasted in a role that gives him little to do. A stronger script would have helped, and I also can't help but think this would have been more fun with a "light" R rating.