Twelve-year-old Bazarbai is unlike other Nomad boys his age. He dreams of leaving behind the green pastures of his native Western Mongolian province, lured instead by the call of the urban jungle: Ulan Bator. But Bazarbai's father has his own aspirations: One day, the young boy will make him proud by following the famed eagle hunter's own footsteps. When Bazarbai's brother, Khan, is forced to leave home for Ulan Bator, Bazarbai feels deeply hurt and betrayed; he should have been the one sent into the big city. In an attempt to cheer him up, Bazarbai's father takes him to the great Eagle Festival; but the young boy is inconsolable.
Writer:René Bo Hansen, Staffan Julén, Stefan Karlsson
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Kristin B (br) wrote: One of the worst sci-fi action films I have ever had to sit through. Bad script, bad plot, bad acting, bad directing, bad sets, bad costumes, and not even a very good monster. Your time would be better spent rewatching Cloverfield, or any version and vintage of Godzilla movies.
Thomas B (ru) wrote: Taking what could have been a gimmick of a premise, Ruby Sparks follows it all the way down the rabbit hole and finds something beautiful, poignant and confronting. Full review later.
Luciana A (kr) wrote: ok, the film starts with the boy watching the kibbutz janitor getting a blow job from a cow... then the scene in which the guy kills the boy's dog and puts his body in the fridge... the scene in wich the boy sees his mom having an orgy with a bunch of guys...his mom was very disturbing, it's painful to to watch this boy try to make his mom get back to normal... so overall this is a very disturbing movie....i guess i'll never be the same after watching this movie, my innocence is gone...
Kay s (de) wrote: that will maybe change
reecha p (br) wrote: this is a hilarouse movie and also a very good one
Moya W (mx) wrote: Well, it's certainly the best Swedish movie that's ever been made. It's hilarious from start to finish and works to be watched day after day without getting bored with it!
Katrina K (gb) wrote: I love this movie.Really suspenseful,had me thinking
Mark M (fr) wrote: A romantic fever dream of Philip K. Dick that he forgot to write down. The drunk night you spent in Hong Kong, after she left you. Even if you've never experienced these things before, you will know them after 2046.
The Man W (it) wrote: David Caesar's best, because of the script.
Doctor spider f (it) wrote: great characters great stories great acting must watch
Jonathan T (it) wrote: Based on a Tennessee Williams play, directed by Sydney Pollack (over-rated, but still good), starring Natalie Wood and Robert Redford, oh, and Charlie Bronson!... this movie had a lot going for it from the start, but doesn't achieve greatness. Set in rural Depression-era Mississippi, the film features Robert as serious-minded railroad exec sent to shut down the impoverished burg's only economic lifeline, it's railroad; soon after arriving he falls for the sultry daughter (played by Natalie) of the local boarding house's owner... romantic tensions ensue, then of course there's an overbearing mother involved... the film shifts to New Orleans with a potentially hopeful ending, but you guessed it, there isn't one. If you dig Tennessee Williams (like I do), you'll probably like it-- it's got the ambience. If you dig Robert and/or Natalie (like I do), that helps too, though Robert is playing against type he does a decent job. The ephemerality of happiness, desire and love; fanciful delusions and Southern Gothic loss; it's all here; the mood's here for sure; and it's a hell of a lot better than *Watchmen Part 3* or *Sex and the City: The Movie*.
Dave B (us) wrote: Fans of the series might find the rhythm of the film a little off - I certainly did - but this film really benefits from a second viewing. While I liked it well enough the first time around adored it the second.
bill s (mx) wrote: Starts well and just falls off the cliff after.
Derek P (us) wrote: While Dr. Seuss took pains to make an environmental film that had no villains and left the door open as to what would happen in the future, this version reversed both of those important elements of the original story, turning one of Dr. Seuss' greatest stories into a boring, traditional kid's movie.
Tom G (de) wrote: Magic Mike XXL reads as an inside joke between its writers and the sub-par cast and is only made worse by its overlong running time, painfully awkward script as well as its lack of eye candy (the originals hook) which make it one of the worst sequels, if not one of the worst films, in recent memory. If the audience wants to watch a run-of-the-mill, cheap, surface level, soft core porno with little integrity to story line they might as well get a subscription to an online erotic website instead of wasting their time with this atrocity.