In the North African desert in World War II, a crippled American fighter plane that is unable to take off tries to evade and destroy a pursuing Nazi tank.
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Tim S (nl) wrote: The story of the romance between 19th-century English poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne. This is a very gentle, beautifully shot film. I've had a love of Keats' poetry since I was a teen, so yeah, I love this film.
Irene M (de) wrote: I really really enjoyed this. Regret that I never knew about it sooner. Nathan Fillion is hilarious. Yes, one could say the tone is "uneven", but *it works*. If you want to feel good when a movie ends, see this. Although, I admit Keri Russell 'loses' her accent occasionally.
Georgieboy M (ca) wrote: Not as good as The last life in the universe but this has an atmosphere so interesting and you, easily, can be immerse in her. Again an amazing performance from Asano.
Riff J (ag) wrote: Unbelievable movie - great storyline keeps you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. Above average cast that delivered some memorable performances. A very authentic experience that succeeds at making the viewer feel that they are in the heart of the action.
Garwin S (kr) wrote: Brilliant flic drama done in cinema verite style. Great acting, script, neo-realist feel.
Mohammed A (es) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Charles P (mx) wrote: Dogville is a thought-provoking slice of arthouse storytelling, which is not to say that it's easy to watch or even that it's without its pretensions. It is merely to say that you will rarely see something so original and minimal.
Nic O (br) wrote: Lacking in scares and a complete waste of time.
Alec C (ag) wrote: A sort of precursor to mirrormask. No swish graphics here tho, and it seems low budget. The painted backgrounds gives it a charming feel, and although it's a story been done before, visually it's very unique. Also serves as a sort of allegory for the events surrounding the berlin wall I think.
Brad M (jp) wrote: Great movie one of my fav ones...fun
Lone W (ca) wrote: it was a good movie but it was kinda wierd seeing roger moore play a german especially after seeing him play all the james bond roles
Kevin S (de) wrote: Fun, low budget fare that should be required viewing for all 50's science fiction fans. On a more critical note: Technically they aren't puppets at all, but I suspect that "Attack of the Doll People" didn't sound quite as scary or threatening.
David B (ag) wrote: This is one the whole family can watch and remains quotable long after it's been viewed.
Allan C (ca) wrote: Wildly self-serious horror film that desperately wants to be "art" that simply comes off as just ridiculous. Patricia Arquette is a girl who begins to experience the stigmata and Vatican investigator Gabriel Byrne is on the case. Jonathan Pryce is a Vatican official, who the story ends up revealing that there is gospel the church is keeping a gospel secret tha would blow the lid off of organized religion. It's that pretension that makes this basic exorcism story so pretentious that it just comes off as annoying. The film is visually arresting at moments, but he script is strictly Exorcist paint-by-numbers. Not to lay all the blame on the script, the director also gets credit for taking a pretty unoriginal script and blowing it up into some major denunciation of the Catholic church. More annoying than scary.
Farah R (es) wrote: Although beautifully shot, nothing makes sense about this odd attempt at a thriller. James Franco has done a couple of unusual movies these past few years and none of them were good.
Tracy T (au) wrote: Well, not ME really but my DD wants to see it so I'll make that happen for her. :')