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Dís is the best funny movie of Birna Anna Björnsdóttir, Silja Hauksdóttir, Oddný Sturludóttir. This movie was introduced in 2004. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Álfrún Örnólfsdóttir, Ilmur Kristjánsdóttir, Árni Tryggvason, Ylfa Edelstein, Þórunn Erna Clausen, Gunnar Hansson, Unnur Ösp Stefánsdóttir, Ívar Örn Sverrisson, Elma Lísa Gunnarsdóttir, Gísli Pétur Hinriksson, Ari Matthíasson, Guðrún Gísladóttir, Sigurður Skúlason, Þorsteinn Gunnarsson, Edda Gunnarsdóttir. The kind of movie are Comedy. The rating is 5.4 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 82 minutes. MongDu is good uploader, she is very proactive. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your opinion. Do you know what are visitors? Maria Ozawa is the best. I don't fight my iPhone screen. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Abb J (gb)

. Despite a spotty story, solid performances by Mickey Rourke and Nat Wolff give this film heart. Ashby: This is the quirky coming of age tale of a nerdy teen who befriends his next door neighbor, a dying ex-CIA hit man, who teaches him about the importance of being true to himself and having the courage to pursue his dreams in order to be happy

Andrew L (us)

Classic Takeshi crime film packed with amusing gags in between the brutal violence

Brittany V (us)

nd I believe it to have a great message! I especially loved the part where he's running through the forest and he blends in with the scenery!. Great piece of film from the late '40s

Christopher E (mx)

Worth every star and stands the test of time

Edgar C (nl)

/100. or Le Mpris (1963) felt like overstuffed turkeys from a thematic point of view even if the amount of themes to discuss were narrowed down, whereas with this amazing masterpiece, Godard allows himself to talk about, well, everything without the product feeling oversaturated. A. S. How paradoxical it is that efforts like Made in U. or maybe not, out of fear, which is equally fascinating. . . With this dramatic style that utilized the everyday routines of people living and/or visiting Paris frequently, we get a full collection of human characters, easy to empathize with, and eager to talk. With this intentionally impressionistic cohesion between language, images, and even style, Godard focuses on what he intends to transmit, using the societal background as a favorable tool, and dismissing secondary plot and style devices that would only result in the detriment of his credibility, either reiterating points, or causing confusion, factual mistakes that he did in the past. There is an increasing transmission of mutual realization in the structure. Along these consumption trends, characters interact through a lens of a dramatized documentary, which has been called "exaggerated", but I do dare to call it "authentic". The validity of language as the limits of our world and how our language allows us to finish our world is discussed. Ideas are stated without hesitation, but without pretention either. The interaction between language and images keeps increasing in the director's body of work. Truth is, if they are created, they are not "needs", but whimsical machinations of leisures. the modern Marketing creating new "needs" instead of satisfying the basic needs. . . Several criticisms to totalitarian regimes and consummerist tendencies raise to the surface, as the film condemns the policies of class division, the loss of oneself's identity and the superficialities in the artifacts of consumption. Everything escalates. This progressive transformation of the film tone mirrors the transformation of the city, which can be easily extrapolated to Europe. "Her" progressively becomes a duality between a "typical" individual, being this case represented by a middle-class housewife, and the city of Paris, the collective side, as several stories begin to intersect the narrative stream. This coexistence between these differing beings is what exalts the dignity of the condition we have of socialization as the rational beings we are. "Her" refers to both the character of Juliette Jeanson, interpreted by Marina Vlady who is literally introduced by her real-life name, and the city of Paris, the societal environment that encapsulates this massive collage of lifestyles, differing lines of thought and perceptions of society, language and existence. Here is where the term "Her" in the movie title enters the stage. Once this step was achieved, then the environment is the next thing constructed. The first step to achieve, ergo, is to construct human characters. Unlike Godard's tendency to become obsessed with the pulp culture of America and its destructive fundamentalisms - such as capitalism and the illogical logic of war - which resulted in a notorious detriment of his cinematic quality, he alternatively began to portray the impacts of these political, governmental and artistic ideas and tendencies of a progressively changing society in real people. 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her is marginally better than its thematic predecessor Une Femme Marrie. The evolution of Godard from passionate filmmaker to serious artist has made a tremendously sized step forward. (1966). A. S. The thematic and cinematic follow-up to Une Femme Marrie (1964) was released in 1967, shot back-to-back with the lesser Godard Made in U

Grant S (it)

Jared Leto does no better. Jake Gyllenhaal was fresh off the well-deserved aclaim for Donnie Darko, and comes back to Earth with a thud: dull. Performances are so-so. In the end this is just one really hammy road movie. This is not necessarily a bad thing, it's just that the plot could be more original. The influence of Jack Kerouac's On The Road is obvious. Pretty lame

ManniMecnecss C (it)

One of the best action movie back to year 1996

Marcin P (it)

Fantastic how Michel Gondry has created the most absurd situations and effects, giving the viewer the feeling of bouncing from one surrealist painting into another. Good movie based on a wonderful book

Michael S (gb)

And Hattie Macdaniels is so funny but had to wait four years to win an Oscar for Gone with the Wind. One of Katherine Hepburns very best performances - she did deserve an Oscar for this one - but the whole film is a delight thanks to George Stevens breezy direction

Nicky N (mx)

Has Some Good Parts. Pretty Boring