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Now, without a shard of proof besides her moral certainty, Sister Aloysius locks into a battle of wills with Father Flynn which threatens to tear apart the community with irrevocable consequences. But when Sister James, a hopeful innocent, shares with Sister Aloysius her guilt-inducing suspicion that Father Flynn is paying too much personal attention to Donald, Sister Aloysius sets off on a personal crusade to unearth the truth and to expunge Flynn from the school. The winds of political change are sweeping through the community, and indeed, the school has just accepted its first black student, Donald Miller. A charismatic priest, Father Flynn, is trying to upend the school's strict customs, which have long been fiercely guarded by Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the iron-gloved Principal who believes in the power of fear-based discipline. Nicholas in the Bronx. It's 1964, St

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Carfax A (gb)

grab the kiddies and enjoy!!!!. . . but low budget it is. . . . This actually does have some god moments and creepy shit going on. . . and sooooooo much more. . . SEE: Gorgeous woman get taken down one by one!!!SEE: George Kennedy scream "Stop you kids!!"SEE: Jack Lemons son in crazy 80's tube socks. . . . . . . . . with a little help from his kin. . . Though this guy was not as well known as Jason, Freddy or Michael, he still got the job done. . . Grindhouse Friday is among is us again and what better way to celebrate then with a good o'l 80's slasher flick

Celena W (ag)

I would rate this movie a three out of four on the ridiculous scale: between overly ridiculous and perfected ridiculousness. However, it is not a movie I feel extremely emotionally attached to, neither would I recommend it to a friend. Looking back on the film, I see nothing I would want to specifically improve of these factors. The film was very well thought out, planned, and summarized. However, I've learned to find and respect these values to come to a conclusion. I enjoy many movies no matter the music or underlying motifs. To be utterly honest, I am easily impressed. The seemingly regular life of the young boy is perfectly paralleled by the ridiculous life of Crick. The rest, as you know, seals Crick's fate. Meanwhile, the young boy leaves his home and mounts his bike. The final page of his life accepted, Harold Crick sets off to meet his death. Uncoincidentally, the next scene is the bicycling boy splashing a passerby, exemplifying the new, unenjoyable chapter of Crick's life. That is, until the narrator scatters his life, leading him to shout curses to the heavens. As well, Crick lives his regular life. The movie begins with a regular boy living a regular life with his regular father, receiving a regular gift. Little do we know (see what I did there) this boy will be the cause of his death. This motif subtly shows the development of Crick's character through short scenes. Much to the dismay of Crick, his death--along with other events--seems to be outlined through the acts of a young boy and his bicycle. As Crick had dreamt, the story of his life is concluded more musically. It escalates from technological music as he works on Pascal's papers, to very emotional music as he reads his story on the bus and decides his fate. As Crick's life becomes increasingly interesting, more songs are played in the background of his tale. In addition, he plays his punk song for her on the guitar and it plays over the montage of their evening spent together. When Crick first enters her cafe, the punk music plays lightly (excuse the oxymoron) in the background. To describe Pascal's character, punk music is a motif. And so, every sound and song becomes an advance of plot or description of character. " He explains that he hopes to play the guitar, but hearing him with an analytic ear, I hear the need for background music in his life. The importance of music is underlined when Crick says, "I've always wanted my life to be more musical. Music is another important aspect of sound while Harold Crick hears the voice of a woman. Throughout the movie, music underlines the important scenes of the movie. Each character must look death in the face and decide what is truly important. Though the written version of the story is finished, the author must struggle with whether she will commit the real-life murder, furthermore whether she has murdered previously. Through deep, unconventional research with Jules Hilbert (played by Dustin Hoffman), Harold Crick finally meets the author. Karen Eiffel, the bizarre author, is in the midst of writing another one of her tragedies, but struggles with inspiration for the death of Crick's tale. Much to his surprise, he realises his life is part of a novel in which the plot includes his character facing his death, The narrator, played by Emma Thompson, has a story of her own, as she lives just as Crick does. These modern-day events are seemingly normal, however, Crick has begun to hear the voice of a woman narrating his life and deepest thoughts. This sparky, rebellious young woman is played by Maggie Gyllenhaal. Working the bland office job in the city, he continues to the next client that must be audited, Ana Pascal. Using his watch, he measures his steps, counts his brush strokes, and times his activities. In the dramatic comedy, Will Ferrell plays the surprisingly monotonous Harold Crick who lives each day like the previous. Director Mark Forster presents this twisting tale inside a tale, in the hopes of reaching the audience through the fourth wall. Jules Hilbert, allow me to "start with ridiculous and work backwards," but there is nothing less than ridiculous in Stranger than Fiction. Stranger Than Perfected Ridiculousness In the words of Dr

Colonel K (mx)

Great movie and Milos Forman is slowly becoming one of my favorite directors. This movie makes living in a mental asylum almost seem fun until about the ending

Edith N (it)

However, Gilliam's eye was already present, and as long as you can distract yourself from the bad humour, there's something of value there. As a whole, the film fails by being too broad. Not all of the shots are of things worth looking at, either. It's grim and filthy; that's rather the point of the thing. It isn't pretty, Gods know. However, the way it's filmed is indicative of his later work. As time went by, Gilliam actually learned what a diamond looks like and produced a fair few; the collaborative nature of his work with Monty Python saved [i]Holy Grail[/i] from this movie's failures. His character is digging up rocks and claiming they're diamonds, and that's not a bad metaphor for the movie itself. It is all the more vexing because you can see the future quality of Gilliam's work in it. Sad but true. The movie nudges you in the ribs to make sure you notice that it's funny, and the simple fact is, movies which do that generally aren't. Likewise, the cartoonish violence starts as cute and gets awfully old awfully quickly. We can do without. The other dozen or more similar jokes? No, thank you. The guard's going outside to relieve himself, providing Dennis with a chance to slip into the city? Okay. It stops being funny awfully quickly, and Gilliam is smarter than that. There's no need to be going on about it like that. There's no sewers, and people don't have any real compunction toward cleanliness. We get it. Yes, all right. However, the bodily wastes thing is one of the reasons I considered turning the movie off entirely. an iffy thing at the time, and while the princess (Deborah Fallender) is shown taking a bath midway through, the, shall we say, casual disposal of bodily wastes is not as inaccurate as we'd all like to believe. . . However, hygiene was . ) At that, it's probably true that Terry Gilliam knew and threw it in there anyway. (Potatoes were first cultivated by the Inca and therefore didn't make it into Europe until well into the sixteenth century, and they weren't much of a people food for some time after that. It's also true that not everyone will note the potato anachronism. This is doubtless helped by the fact that it's not really set in a time period more precise than "the Middle Ages," and possibly were I an armour geek I would find errors there. Interestingly, the potato is one of the few anachronisms I spotted. He ends up sneaking in and having wacky adventures, also per spec. Dennis has half a potato that Griselda gave him, but that isn't considered enough. It's slaughtering those unfortunate enough to be stuck outside the city's walls, and the flow of refugees has been halted by only permitting those with possessions into the city. Jaws that bite and claws that catch per spec. Only it turns out to be hard to support anyone in the city; in the forests lurks the Jabberwocky. Despite his love for the "fair" Griselda Fishfinger (Annette Badland), Dennis leaves the village when his father dies to go earn a living in the big city so he can support his love in the fashion to which she is accustomed. Dennis Cooper (Palin) is the despair of his father (Paul Curran). For the most part, they haven't, either, and if they have, they still can't remember any lines from it. No fear having lines from it driven into your head by people who think you're somehow inferior if you haven't seen it. For starters, it's not actually quotable at all. While the movie is arguably just a bunch of stuff that happens, long a hallmark of Python, it has a different sensibility. Not even Carol Cleveland. However, there is a notable lack of John Cleese, Eric Idle, and Graham Chapman. Michael Palin stars. Terry Gilliam is in it, briefly, and his character is wacky pretty much for the sake of, in a dark sort of way. Terry Jones is in it, but he dies less than five minutes into the picture and does not return as a different character later. This is not a Monty Python movie. So Yeah First and foremost

Florence (nl)

Ainda por cima, sempre de olho na omnipresente TV. Our Daily Bread uma espcie de apocalipse da natureza domesticada filmado em cmara lenta, enquanto os homens vo mastigando a sua sanduiche e bebendo o caf na pausa para o almoo, como se no fosse nada com eles". "Nikolaus Geyrhalter prope ver-nos a ns, os humanos que inventmos a linha de montagem, como mais uma rodinha na engrenagem do "po nosso de cada dia" - mas, entrando numa perturbante dimenso (quase paredes meias com o voyeurismo) f-lo com um distanciamento glacial, ele prprio "quase desumano", sem julgar nem tomar partido, mostrando-nos o que j sabemos mas preferimos ignorar, laia de segredo de polichinelo. Legumes, carne, peixe, fruta: pouco interesam as diferenas, tudo est automatizado de modo a poupar o esforo humano e a maximizar a rendibilidade de cada alimento, mas com o efeito irnico de desumanizar a mo-de-obra, reduzida ao mero estatuto de "mquina" que repete incessantemente os mesmos gestos para manter a linha de montagem a funcionar"Portanto j sabe, a partir daqui no tem desculpa, de cada vez que entrar nas grandes superficies dos Hipermercados j sabe do que que a casa gasta. Sem voz off nem dilogos, o filme deixa as imagens falarem por si e capaz de fazer os espectadores sairem perturbados da sala ou jurarem que a partir de agora se tornam vegetarianos. O austriaco Nikolaus Geyrhalter andou durante dois anos a recolher imagens em exploraes alimentares industriais para dar a ver como recolhida e processada a comida que consumimos diriamente

Grant S (ru)

More intense focus on just one of the many and varied subjects and plots, and the dilution and even omission of the others, would have made this great. Ultimately, worth watching, but it could have been so much better. You want to build up to one climax, but instead you have several, and these make you feel like you've watched several stories back-to-back, rather than one story. The sub-plots create this rambling story with several climaxes. This prevents Kings Row from being a great movie. Eventually they all tie together, but they provide too much of a smokescreen, ultimately. Some sub-plots emerge along the way which obscure the main plot. Builds slowly, initially quite innocently but then more and more with a sense of menace. Intriguing drama, but could have been better

Joe C (br)

I mean, was that junkie pawning his mother's radio meant for comic relief??? And his assistant Ortiz, I swear when it first shows up, I thought I was watching a young Desi Arnaz (Ricky Ricardo) in this film! It really is unfortunate to be let down by such a poor supporting cast, but it is still very much worth watching. However, all the supporting characters are either virtually inconsequential or so one-dimensional, they sometimes cross the line into parody. Rod Stiger's portrayal is complex and difficult for the viewer to immediately sympathize with which really makes it a masterful performance. But the constant barrage of smash cuts/flashbacks and extreme close-up shots of people's faces seem quite dated and overtly dramatic. You still have to commend Lumet and Steiger for being one of the first to portray the struggles of a survivor living in the depressing and lonely aftermath of such horror. Although the film was probably seen as much riskier then other films at the time, The Pawnbroker seems to have lost its relevancy due to other superior films which have been subsequently made regarding the Holocaust

Judge L (mx)

Good one to watch every few years or so. Good Western flick that takes place down under

Pure Rock Fury (it)

A fun movie with some of the most intriguing exteriors I've seen in a while. It is somewhat of a redemption story coupled with a romantic comedy, all with an ending that even the most cynical movie viewer would be hard-pressed to not be swayed by. In reality, "Irish Jam" makes something interesting and funny out of a seemingly impossible concept. On the surface, this seems to be somewhat of a throwaway movie that was too far into the production phase but not worth releasing in theaters. With Eddie Griffin as the star, this film appears to be something that would cause uproarious laughter but this actually turns out to be a fairly "heartwarming" tale. If opposites do attract, then "Irish Jam" makes that argument to a ridiculous degree

Ryan M (us)

Love triumphs in the end, but each person who chooses love faces consequences for that decision. While borrowing elements of a classic story, the movie is anything but predictable, and in the end, after the conflict inches further towards resolution, then further still, there is a gradual sense of movement past the inter-group struggle in play at the outset, but without a ride into the sunset. These conflicts are heightened and resolved through the relationship the young woman has with her love interest. The central conflict in the story is between members of a Jewish family and the Palestinians who work for them in their family owned garage. A Jewish girl falls in love with a Palestinian boy that she has known since childhood. Jaffa strikes me as an updated version of Romeo and Juliet, sans the total fail at the end of that one