Dreams with Sharp Teeth

Dreams with Sharp Teeth

The documentary story of Harlan Ellison

A documentary on speculative fiction writer and essayist Harlan Ellison. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Janet N (nl) wrote: Perhaps we didn't see the same movie! I was totally stunned by the performances and the incredible story of Winnie Mandela. I would easily give it 5 stars for content, direction, and story development. I had made assumptions about the lives of the Mandelas. It was riveting to see some of the truths about apartheid.

Ethan P (fr) wrote: The amazing battle between the film's two main characters to recover their respect was enthralling to watch. The story moved along quite well, the history was intriguing but most of all it was enthralling to see these two actors make their characters so real and vulnerable. Their lengthy duel in the documentary was fascinating and the complications behind the scenes only added to its weight.

Justin J (nl) wrote: Very good documentary. Very informative and well done.

Rowena R (fr) wrote: Beautiful film - a super late night movie treat.

Nick O (it) wrote: It's a short story, not a novel. There are rooms in the world for movies like this. And if you look at "King of California" like that, it's wistful and wonderful. Especially that ending. Plus fucking Mike Cahill did "Another Earth" a few years later. Love that shit.

Ernest K (ag) wrote: Awesome, beautifully shot docu about surfing around the world on waves big and small. Truly amazing visuals and plenty of jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring moments.

Benjamin W (au) wrote: A film directed by Rolan Emmerich with military soldiers facing off against aliens. No, this isn't "Independence Day", but you can certainly tell where a lot of the ideas paralleled. I suppose my expectation was a little different considering I had seen a few episodes of "SG-1" back in the day, because I did not expect it to be almost entirely set in "Egypt".However, I did appreciate the subtle nod to chiseling out the blocks for all the neat Egyptian architecture by putting the alien planet in the "Caelum" constellation, since "Caelum" translates to "Chisel."

Gareth N (de) wrote: Bittersweet comedy drama. Great performances and well written. If only I hadn't fallen asleep for 10 mins in the middle of it!

Miroslav G (us) wrote: Timothy Dalton's second and final venture into the shoes of James Bond is a step down from it's predecessor. The movie has Bond chasing a drug lord in revenge for his injured friend, Felix Leiter throughout the whole film. This gives Dalton the excuse to be even darker in the role, so much so that the movie is the first Bond film to be rated PG-13 and it's too dark for its own good this time around and it loses its entertaining factor. I guess the whole revenge thing just sounds good in concept but upon execution falls flat with the Bond films (just look at Quantum of Solace). Due to this, the film at most times feels like cheap 80's action flick more than anything else, especially a Bond film. But what mostly causes this film to suffer is that Dalton is trying to portray a dark and serious character in a film where darkness and realism were not present, except for his portrayal. Fact of the matter is, the reason why Dalton's Bond and his Bond films weren't appreciated at the time was because it's not what the people of the time wanted to see. The 80's are notorious for having cheesy, campy, and over-the-top action movies and the people of the time just weren't ready for such films like The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill. And the makers of these two Bond films knew this, and they knew if they were going to get people to see these two movies, they would have to keep some of these campy and ridiculous factors from previous installments intact, which is why these two films somewhat suffer. The two Dalton movies were ahead of their time, and it would take nearly 20 years for people to get sick of camp and ridiculousness and want a dark Bond. Simply, you can't mix over-the-top cheesiness with dark, serious characters and themes and expect it work out. Overall, it's decent but a step down from it's predecessor and is just simply confused on what kind of film it wants to be.

Harpreet S (nl) wrote: Stanley Donen's "Arabesque" starring Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren; Peck is a professor and an expert in ancient hieroglyphics, Loren is a wealthy and powerful man's mistress, at least that's what we know initially. Donen's film surprised me with its visual style, which involves tilt shots, splendid images through mirrors, and even animal footage to show what's happening inside a character's head. Where it fails is in its screenplay, it's very confusing, sometimes you don't know what's happening or why it is happening; the relationship Yasmin (Loren) has with Beshraavi (Alan Badel) makes me suspicious, sometimes you wonder why he doesn't get rid of her, considering the things she is doing right in front of his eyes to spoil his plans. We also never find out what's so great about the prime minister that Peck is so keen on helping, among other things. Specific scenes seem amateurish, almost so bad that it's good. I did enjoy quite a bit, particularly the compatibility of Peck and Loren. It's a messy affair, but has good amount of humor to cover its flaws; so if you can dismiss most of your brain cells you will have fun.

Sean D (mx) wrote: It was okay. Not very long. Very simple plot, nothing too special. It's interesting to watch a film about Mars and what people thought about it back then and then compare it to our current vision of Mars and soon to be future inhabitation within the next 20 years.

Super K (fr) wrote: A classic for a reason and a must see.

Linda M (gb) wrote: One of the most touching movies ever made.

Camilo d (jp) wrote: En el finde de los biopic esta no calza muy bien, ya que es ms bien una historia paralela. De todas maneras de visualiza al personaje y su influencia y da la sensacin de no alejarse mucho de la realidad. Se arma un relato entretenido y eso complementado con la tremenda actuacin de Benicio del Toro dan un aprobado.

Kevin M (it) wrote: Foster he gives a worthy performance as the disgraced cycler. The film doesn't ask you to feel for him, but just shows him as the cheat that he became. It is pretty straight forward stuff, but it was enjoyable.

Matt G (ca) wrote: Man, Moore is about as subtle as he is svelte. I've been able to get into his films in the past, especially Bowling for Columbine, but I can't figure something out: Has his propaganda filmmaking gotten worse, or am I just more attuned to and turned off by it now? Certainly his wit puts him slightly above most other one-sided documentarians, and he has some decent points to make, but this is largely just obnoxious.