Based on the 1947 book I.G. Farben, by American author Richard Sasuly, and records from the Nuremberg Trial of the chemical giant I.G. Farben, Council of the Gods is a story about the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Johnny T (br) wrote: If the name upfront in the title sparks the slightest recognition, you're probably already well in the market for a ticket to this very amusing new British comedy. A disarmingly tender-hearted comedy that has a lot to say about loneliness, human connection, dreams and terrible pub music. With four hearty laughs in the first two minutes, David Brent: Life on the Road starts with promise and goes on to be an immensely satisfying, sometimes uncomfortable, return to form. The film doesn't really do anything radical here; it sticks to the mock-doc format perfected by This is Spinal Tap, but it's funny in that cringe-inducing laugh-or-cry way that made The Office such a great show. Hysterically funny and desperately acute examination of one of mankind's greatest, and most universal, weaknesses. While Gervais returns often to the same comedic well, he's adept at transforming simple miscues into horrific spirals of embarrassment. Happily, what's in no short supply is the same mix of uproarious failure and sledgehammer pathos that Brent at his best was always all about. Although signposted a little more heavily than before, the jokes are as fast, relentless and shocking as we remember. It's hardly surprising Brent's first big-screen outing is, by far, one of the funniest and one of the best movies of the year. But I didn't expect it to be one of the most heart-breaking too.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
Laurie A (br) wrote: A brilliant BBC production, where Benedict Cumberbatch provides an astonishing performance as Hawking!
Cort J (fr) wrote: A slow paced mess and depressing but has some great moments as well
Parmesh D (de) wrote: Such a beautiful film
Steve G (au) wrote: By far and away the best action movie I've seen in a long time and a true homage to the awesome Hong Kong action martial arts movies of the 80'sGreat story, beautifully shot (American action movie makers please take note), well acted, awesome set pieces, brutal fights, big explosions and incredible stunts!!If you like action movies then watch this, you won't be disappointed!
Marcela P (jp) wrote: Good movie. A mixer of drama and common situation. See it before a nap :)
shai l (us) wrote: love makes the mangoes sweet?*shudders from the saccharine-sweetness of it all*...............................CRAP!!!!!!Nothing great from both Rosales and Hermosa... the only thing worth the praise is Hermosa's quick ability to turn red with embarrasment in one scene.
Andrew G (au) wrote: A simple yet engrossing story and convincing acting performances make Shattered Glass a must-watch for fans of movies based on true events.
Max K (ca) wrote: 'Polyester' may look cleaner than earlier works 'Pink Flamingoes' and 'Female Trouble', and there is a noticeable lack of dog poop and grimy penises, yet it's still just as depraved as anything Waters has produced before or since (except maybe 'Hairspray'). Waters throws his ol' reliable heroine/muse Devine into a more domestic setting as long suffering housewife Francine Fishpaw (gotta love his quirky alliterative names), who cries and cries and cries some more over her cheating toupeed pornographer husband, her sexually wreckless daughter (it's Mink Stole bonking rat-faced Stiv Bators - how can you blame her?), and her paint huffing footwear-fetishist/masochist son. To top it all off, she's a bleating alcoholic. All of her dreams seem to come true when she meets Todd Tommorow, but paradise may not seem so true. Funny stuff, if you like Water's typical brand of peachy keen, cyanide-soaked humor. I didn't enjoy it as much as his other films, but if you like John Waters and slightly biting commentary on domesticity, alcoholism, abortion, and illicit drug use, hey! Polyester is your oyster.
Brian S (ag) wrote: Great for fans of that wacky, silly Tashlin aesthetic...
Luiserghio M (us) wrote: Bette Davis interpreta a Julie Marsden una rica, manipuladora, consentida, rebelde, bitchy y super maldita mujer de sociedad, que se da cuenta que el su orgullo fue el que la alejo del amor; un papel con caracteristicas que Davis mas tarde interpreto en distintas peliculas, lo cierto es que a pesar de todos eso y mas Bette Davis siempre se las arreglaba para ser encantadora; no creo que esta sea una de sus mejores actuaciones, no porque sea una mala actuacion, al contrario, pero siento como si el guion no tiene el suficiente desarrollo, o no le deja mucho espacio o material con el cual verdaderamente trabajar, a pesar de los tema con que trata el guion, pareciera como si la primera parte Jezebel fuera solo una nota y en la segunda una nota completamente diferente.
Kevin H (ag) wrote: This movie was a dog. It was full of property errors, anachronism and general poor effects. Not a very believable movie. You waited for it to get better and it didn't.
Gemma M (mx) wrote: Rather slow and dark. It didnt go anywhere and the ending was disappointing
Philip E (es) wrote: Love this movie if you are watching a JCVD movie for acting you are watching it for the wrong reasons