The Boy and the Fog (Spanish: El Niño y la niebla) is a 1953 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Minik K (gb) wrote: bagi jeansy i adidasy.
Chris S (ru) wrote: Another creepy Korean Horror movie. THe hybrid ghost story and detective story is also quite interesting in terms of characters study. A very Well-done Horror flick, very well photographed. The pacing is slow but builds an atmosphere of suspense that never drags.
David L (au) wrote: Above average gritty inner city school drama. Usher did an okay job as the ring leader. And Forest is brilliant as always...Look out for an early shot at Rosario Dawson.
Andrew C D (au) wrote: Austin Powers may be a non stop wave of crude juvenile humor, but as far as crude juvenile humor goes, it's the gold standard.
Trev T (us) wrote: way fresh "m-a-g-i-c-k" step 1: steal secret moves step 2: get management step 3: ride in limos, wear (faux)leather pants and buy condos
Bradley W (es) wrote: As much as I like this film it is one that I feel did not deserve a best picture Oscar. The acting nods were well deserved but the plot limped along and I was waiting for it to get its point across.
Bridget M (de) wrote: I was looking forward to it because I loved "Funny Girl" so much, but this doesn't measure up at all, oh well.
Jens T (ag) wrote: Jan Troell's sequel to the extremely successful The Immigrants, The New Land starts where the previous film ended, where the swedish immigrant Karl Oskar (Max von Sydow) and his family goes further than any one to get the best piece of land. And it's there our friends decides to settle for the rest of their lives, but Karl Oskar's young brother Robert (Eddie Axberg) wants to go to California to join the gold rush. Every one seems to enjoy themselves in this "new world" except Karl Oskar's wife Kristina is homesick, as she tends to hold on to the tradition while all the others integrates and begins to speak English.I really did love the first film, but this chapter isn't that great compared with the first one, it's some times a little boring and I would have enjoyed to see more of the English influence to hear the main cast speak some English. But besides that it's a good film, with a lot of great images and wonderful music. It got all the things that The Emigrants have, except the epic scale. Thumbs up.
Matt H (de) wrote: Another solid if unremarkable Wayne vehicle.
Erika T (nl) wrote: pretty interesting and intense movie at times. deserves 4 stars just because of the ending.. it makes you go like ..huh..
Eugenio T (jp) wrote: It's a film that takes you to weird, unexpected places and it's often really funny because of it. But it also touches a lot of nerves and there are parts that are genuinely just plain depressing, and sometimes pretty creepy. I wish it had ended differently but the ending it's got now works to give the audience closure. Ultimately you're not watching the movie to know how the story plays out (the back of the DVD box tells you the whole arc), but to get a glimpse into the mind of this unique character. I'll be watching it a few hundred times more.
Nolan M (es) wrote: A masterpiece that was inspired by the Columbine school shootings.