Empire Me: New Worlds Are Happening!
Handmade utopias - a filmic search for the worldwide phenomenon of the micronation movement. Do-it-yourself states that have distanced themselves from the economic and political mainstreaming of globalization. A road movie covering land, water and the wildest realms of the imagination. Simultaneously creative documentary and pulsating cultural portrait, the film traces a new "unplugged" generation - their motives, their anxieties and their dreams.
- Stars:Chiara Zanni, Tabitha St. Germain, Kathleen Barr, Erin Mathews, Nicole Oliver, Alessandro Juliani, Cathy Weseluck, Alistair Abell, Kelly Sheridan, Lee Tockar, Terry Klassen, Jane Barr, David Kaye, Caledonia Curry, John Rinaldi, Dark Dark Dark, Achim Ecker, Erwin Strauss, Formica Coriandolo, Robert Jelinek, Leonard Casley, James Bates, Michael Bates, Esperide Ananas,
- Country:Austria, Luxembourg, Germany
- Director:Paul Poet,
- Writer:Paul Poet
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Empire Me: New Worlds Are Happening! torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Slightly predictable, and yet hilarious and charming all at once.
(kr) wrote: This was a bare bones indie flick with a lot of heart.
(de) wrote: It has it's moments, but it lacks the cohesiveness that Get Shorty had.
(ca) wrote: Supernatural bullsh*t. Well done for that muddled, stupid blend of The Ring and The Sixth Sense.
(jp) wrote: Heartwrenching. Great movie.
(es) wrote: A very dark and heavy story and it is made beautifully by Inarritu. Sean Penn, Naomi Watts, and Benicio Del Toro all acted brilliantly. 21 Grams's theme to me was portraying that what is lost is always gained in another form. A must see film.
(de) wrote: Worth a watch if you are a Monroe fan.
(us) wrote: Well, it is pretty established already that David Fincher has an eye for turning compelling psychological crime thrillers into successful movies with an author touch. With Gone Girl, we can pretty much say he's done it again.The movie is moody, and well paced, it doesn't drag for a moment dispite its 145 minute running time, and that's mainly due to great screenwriting. The characters are richly developed and every twist is placed in the right moment, just as you were beginning to feel you could figure out the story. It is true that the final 15 minutes feel a little bit anti-climatic, but it's all forgotten quickly as the dumbfounding last scene fades into the credits. In technical aspects, we get what we've come to expect from Fincher. A cold color palette, with beautifully frivolous shots and a mastery in detail make the photography an important part of the story, one that complements the tone of it. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are by now pretty much a handcuff for a compelling score, and they don't let us down. The tense tone and the intrigue is reflected on the ambient and subtle electronic music.In acting, Ben Affleck is surprisingly good, and Rosamund Pike pretty much embraces her character to the fullest, making it unforgettable, a safe bet for an Oscar nod. Although, there are some bizarre cast decisions that leave us disconcerted, like Tyler Perry, Neil Patrick Harris and Emily Ratajkowski, but in the end, and surprisingly so, none of them manage to spoil the tone of the film (Tyler Perry is even somewhat convincing as a manipulative lawyer!). Overall, Gone Girl is another solid entry into David Fincher's stellar filmography, contrasting intrigue, drama, suspense and dark humor in a way that shows expertise, and even thought it doesn't reach the level of some of his highly acclaimed classics, it still delivers everything we could ask in a movie with his name on the poster.
(ca) wrote: Mr. Bradley (Kit Harington): [entering the pub] Is Master Gregory here?Barkeep (Ryan Robbins): Partially.[indicating which table]I tried so much to like this; after all, it not only had ubber cutie, Ben Barnes, but also had two Academy-Award winning supporting/leads: Julianne Moore (Mother Malkin) and Jeff Bridges (Master Gregory), and talented supporting actors like Djimon Hounsou (Urag), and Jon Snow (a.k.a. Kit Harington)..... how could you possibly go wrong? I'll tell you how-- a weak plot, dismal direction of the story and choppy cinematography. I mean, c'mon people, haven't we already learned that CG could only take a film so far? Which by the way was probably the only silver lining in the entire movie- the graphics and special effects were kind of cool. Even the wardrobe were laughably lame and looked like something you'd buy off-the-rack in a Halloween store. Overall, the film was sadly inept...don't waste your time like I did.
(ru) wrote: How the heck is this tomatometer rating more than Exorcist or Hellboy?