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Die Gstettensaga: The Rise of Echsenfriedl
A long time ago, the so-called "Google Wars" engulfed the whole world in a deadly chain reaction. Civilization came to a grinding halt. But there is still hope. This is the story of a new beginning...
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Shantel D (br) wrote: Easily one of the best outbreak/zombie films ever made.
Christina M (nl) wrote: This was such a fun film to watch!
Joseph B (nl) wrote: Baseball is an unfair game, some teams play in larger markets and have more money to spend on players, such as the New York Yankees. Then other teams play in smaller markets and have to watch their best players sign elsewhere for more money than they can offer. How do you replace those players? And with what money? "Moneyball" highlights the events after the Oakland Athletics lost the 2001 American League Division Series to the New York Yankees leading up to their loss to the Minnesota Twins in the 2002 Division Series. The Oakland Athletics lost three great players in Jason Giambi, Johnny Damon and Jason Isringhausen to free agency. General Manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) can't get an increase in his payroll to sign big players. The scouts are all quite older than Beane, they are trying to replace those players using the same techniques that have failed before when valuing a player. Beane knows that firsthand. In a flashback, he was scouted by the New York Mets and touted as a five-tool player. These scouts say this is a once in a time opportunity and he has to go all out if he wants a shot in Major League Baseball. His parents seemed skeptical and want him to take his Stanford scholarship.On a trip to Cleveland trying to find a replacement for Damon in a trade, he comes across Peter Brand (Jonah Hill), a man whose opinion is so valued by the Indians organization that Beane buys his contract. Brand convinces Beane that players are judged on superficial means and some are undervalued. He conceives compiling a team of misfit players on a budget by buying runs. They base their decision almost solely on on-base percentage.This sends shockwaves to the scouts and to the manager Art Howe (Philip Seymour Hoffman). They sign a player who can no longer be a catcher named Scott Hatteberg (Chris Pratt) to be their new first baseman. They trade for David Justice (Stephen Bishop) for his high on-base percentage and the fact that the New York Yankees will pay half his salary just to get rid of him.The season gets off to a rocky start starting off at 20-26, Beane starts getting upset with the way Howe is using his team. Howe is putting Carlos Pena in over Hatteberg. Beane retaliates by trading Pena away forcing Howe to put Hatteberg into the lineup.The team improves over the season and they go on a 20-win streak before ending the season with more wins (103) than the previous season with those star players. Although the film makes it seem like it's due to these sabermetric ideas, the film never even mentions star shortstop Miguel Tejada and third baseman Eric Chavez, pitchers Barry Zito, Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder. If the season wasn't successful, this never would have been a movie.It's still a great movie that does a great job making a movie about baseball, that isn't about baseball. It's about how you compete in a game that is almost rigged for the teams with more money. The film deduces that you always have a winner with money but then shreds that idea by presenting the story of the 2002 Oakland Athletics.
Daniel A (us) wrote: the website prior to the release made the film look promising, when the film came it was the biggest let down. The boogyman was not really a mythical creature but the main character's fears manifested into a unseen-unscary letdown.
Simon R (mx) wrote: Superb film. Very dark and creepy.
Jose Luis M (fr) wrote: Extraa pelicula mezcla de humor y drama con una deliciosa Renee Zellweger
Tonya B (fr) wrote: This has been sitting on my shelf and I haven't seen it years. I forgot how good this movie really is. It 's a great depiction of a true story and was very underated at the time of it's release.
L vin K (es) wrote: One of the few movies that can be rated 5/5....but, again the rating's for the Mohanlal classic and not the Ajith version (as depicted in this display pic)..... Mohanlal totally owns the tragic character Sethu Madhavan....right from the light moments to the heart wrenching climax .....talk bout missing the 1985 National Award by a narrow miss...Words cannot elaborate much about this movie..it has to be watched...
Allan C (ru) wrote: Prior to staring in the nearly identical "Falcon" series, George Sanders was the debonair crime fighter "The Saint". This cheapie RKO production is certainly not a high quality affair in either writing or direction, but Sander brings an enormous amount of class to the picture and makes it more than worth watching.
Joe C (jp) wrote: An homage to noir, as well as a middle-finger to over-privileged youth, Brick is an old-school gumshoe noir that takes place in a high school setting, with none of the self-conscious irony that the setup implies. Brick heralded the arrival of writer/director Rian Johnson as a force to be reckoned with, and proved that Joseph Gordon-Levitt was ready to take on serious dramatic roles. After Brendan Frye revives a cryptic phone call from his ex-girlfriend, she disappears, only to be found murdered in a drainpipe. Brendan's relentless investigative efforts send him on a downward spiraling journey of crime-rings, femme-fetales, double-crosses and murder. With its clever use of light, quick-witted dialogue, great performances, unique camera work, and unquestionable coolness, Brick wringed every last atom out of its mediocre-budget, and upstaged movies worth 4 times as much.
Randy L (it) wrote: like a giant gong struck during its opening segment, the flukey serendipity of the almost -lost- to -history of this major artist reverberates throughout this doc. its completely engrossing as simply a detective story. but in that vein it could have done a better job of clearly laying every bit of factual, biographical information that is currently known about her, in a coherent, linear way. Was she taking photos at the end of her life? What is the last photo or series of photos we have of hers? Can we hear more audio from her cassette tapes? and, can we see even more of her photos? It seems like everything and everyone connected to her during her life and even after her life are also suffering in some degree with her brilliant insanity.
Anna Q (jp) wrote: I want to see this, if only for the intensity of the dance competition.
Sha M (de) wrote: Loved Sean Penn. didn't know he had some Jew in him. No wonder he's so talented