Den ofrivillige golfaren
I bet anyone can get better at golf than you are in one week, a golfer says to her golfing businessman for a boyfriend in a quarrel. Unfortunately Stig-Helmer is standing nearby when the boyfriend accepts the bet, and he is chosen to be the competitor. Stig-Helmer has never played the game before, but his Norwegian friend Ole promises to help him.
- Stars:Lasse Åberg, Jon Skolmen, Mats Bergman, Hege Schøyen, Ulf Eklund, Marianne Scheja, James Logan, Margo Gunn, Lasse Haldenberg, Annalisa Ericson, Ingvar Kjellson, Claes Månsson, Bertil Norström, Margreth Weivers, Pia Oscarsson,
- Director:Lasse Åberg,
- Writer:Lasse Åberg, Bo Jonsson
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Den ofrivillige golfaren torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: il y a une ou deux scnes o j'ai failli ne pas regarder (particulirement celle avec le petit chiot), et le film est assez bien fait, vraiment. La fin est un peu dcevante...
(it) wrote: I want to see this intriguing film.
(nl) wrote: This DVD refused to work in both my laptop and V's laptop, finally trundling to a start on my PC with some weird noises as it went. I should have taken this as a sign and to not watch it. This is one of those movies that falls flat on its face with such a supposedly serious message that it forgets to take the time to make its characters remotely believable. Jon is the average every-man who is suddenly thrown into a world of intrigue and drama, but he has no personality to speak of whatsoever besides a vague desire to do good in the world. Well, this might be okay in real life, but not in a movie. Good thing fate comes along and sends painfully obvious side characters to intercept and help him whenever he's in a bit of trouble! Too bad that priest guy had to die after his first line in the whole film... but for all I know he could have turned out to be as boring as the rest of this film's cast had he lived. I still think he seemed too nice to die, though. Not that it really matters. It's just that the scene where everybody, including him, comes back as these weird ghost-shade obi-wan-kenobi versions of themselves near the end of the film really made me want to cry...(the fact that this is the only emotionally convincing part in the movie - and only because it struck the death nerve in me - also makes me want to cry.) The only thing I truly liked about this movie was the jungle resort up in the mountains where everybody happily tended to the plants and saw auras. I wanted to personally spend time there. Otherwise, I felt like I was THIS close to really just not finishing the movie just because I felt perpetually bored and disappointed. Marjorie and Julia had no stage presence or personality, and Jon's interactions with them felt extremely scripted. The prophecies/insights themselves might seem novel to somebody who hasn't read anything about new age spirituality, but I've read this kind of stuff before a million times over. While I wasn't expecting something really groundbreaking, I still deep down somehow wished for something to make me go "Hmmmm". Never mind that either. Maybe I should just be wary about these movies that promise some kind of revelation in general. I wish I knew what I know now and not watched this. Oh, well, maybe I'm paying back some karma for a sin in a past life...
(ru) wrote: Enchanting! Children's roles were poorly written and detracted from the film!
(ca) wrote: The fifth movie in the series still packs quite a punch. Very underrated among Rocky fans. I would only place it behind the first two. (First and only viewing - 1/11/2009)
(us) wrote: Much more entertaining than i thought it would be. And more of a story.
(it) wrote: Band of Outsiders is ultimately one of Godard's lesser films due to its lack of a focused plot, but it's this very same lack of focus that creates three unforgettable sequences (The minute of silence, the Madison dance scene, and the record-breaking sprint through the Louvre), and these scenes along with Anna Karina's charming screen presence make Band of Outsiders more than enjoyable enough to be worth seeing for any Godard fan.
(ag) wrote: Boyz N the Hood was at the time an eye opening look at urban life out on the west coast. After NWA's years of letting us know about street knowledge we began to see the rugged urban lifestyle in Compton in other ways. However people don't realize that Compton isn't the only place with a notorious history, Watts does as well. Menance 2 Society is a no holds barred look at what some might call the gangsta lifestyle out in Watts, CA that was the site of the famous Watts Riots of 1965. Tyrin Turner Larenz Tate and the rest of the cast tell one hell of a tragic story. Caine Lawson is a young man from Watts who just graduated high school. Caine is also a drug dealer and hangs out with a crew includes his trigger happ best friend O-Dog, A-Wax, and his cousin Harold. Within a span of a few days we witness and urban nightmare as Caine goes through many trials and tribulations and even gets a few opportunities to leave his criminal life behind but in the end there aren't always happy endings in the gangsta life. Menace 2 society is explosive and slightly more raw than Boyz N the Hood. This is definitely a film that has a slight historical focus from all of the watts riots and just how watts is a turbulent neighborhood like Compton. Overall incredible directing from the Hughes brothers. The writing is phenomenal. A truly well written urban tale. larenz tate is veeery good here. he does well playing the kind of individual that caine deep down doesn't want to be but gets unfortunately influenced by to some degree. Tyrin turner was also really solid in his role of caine. caine is a young soul that gets corrupted by all the bad in his life after being given so many chances to get out. It takes so much for him to realize he wants to live. jada pinkett smith was really good here. she was like the one person who almost got through to cainethe lighting is really underated here and projects to the audience that caine is experiencing a living hell almost. The interrogation scene is without a shadow of doubt the best and most well directed scene in the film. bill duke did a fantastic job in his limited screentime and delivered that "you know you done fucked up" line enough times that he set the tone with that. well produced ending kinda surprised me.Menance 2 society is a powerful, and tremendous film.
(mx) wrote: Another very intense and angry film about personality integration by the great Bergman. Once again Ullmann and von Sydow are a truly powerful and compelling couple.