Orphaned as a baby when his parents were killed in a vicious orc attack, Kendrick of Elwood was raised by his elder brother, Darius. Though only nine at the time, Darius devoted his life to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Orphaned as a baby when his parents were killed in a vicious orc attack, Kendrick of Elwood was raised by his elder brother, Darius. Though only nine at the time, Darius devoted his life to...
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Gary Z (mx) wrote: Not a great documentary and likely only appealing to hard core Star Wars toy fans... Like me!
Lamont S (fr) wrote: I love crazy [email protected]#% like this!!!!!
Gregory G (br) wrote: Robert Altman's "Upstairs-Downstairs" comedy of manners mixed with a trifling Agatha Christie murder mystery. Set in an English countryside estate in 1932 for a dinner and shooting party that leads to a murder. The complex intermingling of the aristocracy and the servants, and their relationships to each other, makes up the first two thirds of the movie then the murder mystery takes over. Comparisons to "The Rules of the Game" are inevitable but Altman's film doesn't have the same emotional or thematic sophistication. Renoir's film was a comment on the death of the aristocracy before World War II and the shooting party foreshadowed the events to come. There is no larger social context here. Despite a lengthy running time of over two hours, Altman's fluid direction keeps the movie consistently entertaining. Written by Julian Fellowes, who won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, based on an idea by Altman and Bob Balaban. It's one of the best scripts Altman ever had. Superb production design is by Stephen Altman and Anna Pinnock. Altman assembled a collection of great, mostly British actors for this ensemble. Helen Mirren and Maggie Smith are the standouts. With Eileen Atkins, Bob Balaban, Alan Bates, Charles Dance, Stephen Fry, Michael Gambon, Richard E. Grant, Derek Jacobi, Kelly Macdonald, Jeremy Northam, Clive Owen, Ryan Phillipe, Kristen Scott Thomas, and Emily Watson. The movie inspired the popular television series "Downton Abbey," created by Fellowes.
Private U (us) wrote: This movie was hilarious... I can't believe I'm the first one to remember it on facebook. The narrative is great! Not to mention the fork stabbing scene.
Kevin S (es) wrote: Demi Moore as a rapist. I dig it.
Adam R (us) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/14/2010)
Lloyd H (kr) wrote: The first and arguably the best Steven Seagal film. I think people forget or never recognised that Seagal's early films are actually quite good. This film has its flaws and has no originality but i thoroughly enjoyed it and will happily watch it again. The plot is weak and tries to complicate itself and the story isn't particularly eventful. But the aikido sequences are stunning an the action scenes are well choreographed. The soundtrack is very good and the supporting cast is full of familiar faces such as Pam Grier, Henry Silva and Sharon Stone. Nico (Above the Law) is a good action film and a strong debut from Steven Seagal.
Caitlin L (fr) wrote: Such an amazing and deeply moving movie.
Sissy B (jp) wrote: It's in black & white but i still like the movie.
Timothy M (it) wrote: Very good MGM fare. Mickey Rooney is good until he has to emote, which fortunately isn't very often. The rest of the kids are pretty annoying, but Henry Hull and Spencer Tracy make it worth watching. And Taurog manages to take pretty mundane visual material and make it occasionally exciting. It's a film of its time, but still quite effective I think. Very well written.
Drake H (nl) wrote: It was decent I suppose. It's an hour to long and I dint find it all that interesting. But I did kinda enjoy it for some reason. It's not Baz Luhrmanns best nor his worst.
Francisco L (mx) wrote: Into the wild suffers from a confusing plot, because we can't situate with precision when the scene that we are watching happened, but despite that, Into The Wild brings outstanding performances by its terrific cast, dazzling visuals, an unpredictable end and an interesting and pertinent story that should never be forgotten because of the good moral lessons that it teaches.
ToyahKate M (us) wrote: Boring film. Took a while before it started to get interesting. I must admit the music is horrendous. I wouldn't waste your time with this movie.
Deadly V (us) wrote: Terrific 80's low-budget sci-fi cult gem!