Sobering tale about the small-time loser Santiago, who roams the streets of a Spanish town after leaving his wife and children looking for ground under his feet. There only seems to be one ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sobering tale about the small-time loser Santiago, who roams the streets of a Spanish town after leaving his wife and children looking for ground under his feet. There only seems to be one ...
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Mike V (au) wrote: Although sparse in places this complimented the message of peace from the monks. I enjoyed the chanting and it's relevance to the storyline, but ultimately I thought the screenplay was just too thin to sustain 2 hours. 1001
Sukhjinder S (nl) wrote: learn fron this movie how can stolen a well came back.....4/5
James P (de) wrote: A beautiful biopic of one of music's most colourful characters.
Dave C (ru) wrote: Gorgeously shot, Turkish filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan is a semi-noirish piece of a family struggling to come together after the father becomes the fall guy for a businessman's crime.
Stanley K (de) wrote: too many crack heads on the streets, yo!
nick m (gb) wrote: :fresh: this one's full of ideas...but they should have left a few out. the movie just seemed too cluttered. these guys weren't afraid to try something different, but they could have saved the alien bits for an entirely different movie, if you ask me. and, unlike the review that I read before watching the movie, I didn't care for the 'cool' weapon and the main guy didn't do much for me. [i]at all.[/i] the effects were a lot better than I was expecting in places...and about what I was expecting in most of the others.
Lucas B (jp) wrote: Very sweet and charming.
Abel D (gb) wrote: While some of director Nils Gaup's shots and transitions between scenes are a little odd, this Norwegian Disney adventure about a young ship boy has an old fashioned charm and storytelling approach, boasted by regular dashes of humour, a fun & exciting score by master Patrick Doyle (a sort of kid-friendly precursor to John Debney's score for Cutthroat Island some years later) and some great practical action sequences, like the wrecking of the ship during a storm, a feat doubly impressive considering the film's limited budget.
Adam G (mx) wrote: 'Looks' quite sweet lol
Kathryn L (au) wrote: pretty cute teen movie .. not as dirty as the pic portrays
Bob X (au) wrote: Terrible not even funny save your money the stupidest movie