Edwardian child Enid Blyton begins to tell stories to her brothers as an escape from their parents' rows before the father deserts the family...

Edwardian child Enid Blyton begins to tell stories to her brothers as an escape from their parents' rows before the father deserts the family. Whilst training as a teacher after the Great ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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bill s (br) wrote: What a bunch of unlikable people with just a lot of blah,blah friggin blah.....who gives a crap..

Niar E (jp) wrote: Dormant Beauty is that movie puts you exaggeratedly in front of controversial issues of life and death, faith and unbelief, by reciting the real case of "Eluana" how stayed 17 years under clinic apparatuses to keep her alive after a car accident. Between the voices of doctors (and her family too) to make her go in peace because of no hope, and the popular impressing to keep her alive even for a miracle, the story deals with many similar cases at the same time passing through a politician (Toni Servillo) in his moralistic arguments which reflect the situation of the divided Roman people (with or against) a law of "merciful killing".Euthanasia...What a heavy idea, it's an angst. It's a battle between radical contradictive thoughts! I guess every single case could be a movie, that interweaving many stories in the movie makes it a bit confused though they go in a studied parallel lines to the same point. It is really one medical impasse between science and faith that I cannot think to have a decision in (God forbid), but it's an emotional quibbling kind of! I love the dark production design, the deep photography, the way which the director Bellocchio to tell the story technically and emphatically, the satisfying ending and the nice performances of the cast (most of all Maya Sansa). Meanwhile, I don't like mentioning the date on the screen, nor being in clinics so I was stressed at these scenes! Life is our Dormant Beauty, which could be with some love stronger than mottoes. It's an invitation of life, or belief, or even to wake up from our affinity to the truths without considering our feelings. This is what I suppose the name of the movie were to. That's a noble thing but in that repeated way to involve the real parliament sessions on TV, really it looks like a kind of critic to Berlusconi's period.

Daniel S (gb) wrote: knew nothing about this going in, what israel did to palestine was very unfair and it was inspiring to see the citizens protest against israel, and to do it in a peaceful way too

jay n (au) wrote: What the hell are aliens doing in a movie called Battleship? Really quite stupid.

Mattias E (nl) wrote: Although hardly a genre entry, Zhang Yimou's gangland tale Shanghai Triad is considerably lightweight compared to the banned To Live from the previous year. The differences are striking, both technically and in terms of social commentary. Lu Yue's epic but unobtrusive cinematography is here replaced by elaborately mounted lush visuals, and although thematically consistent with Zhang's previous work, Shanghai Triad doesn't as easily invite gender based or socially observational interpretations. Gong Li's character also seem less sympathetic and psychologically weaker than her earlier incarnations. Nevertheless, the Shanghai setting and the time period itself guarantees a visually and historically interesting view.

Brandon S (jp) wrote: I may be the last poor schmuck to see this movie, but I'm glad I waited as long as I did. You see, I graduated from high school nearly three years ago, and I think I'm the perfect age for this movie: still wayward, still figuring out what God has in store for my life, and still looking back with both endearment and hopeless embarrassment on my high school years. They feel close enough that I can touch them, but I don't want to.Richard Linklater's perfect coming-of-age comedy is about growing up and staying young in equal turn. The point is that everyone will walk away from this gem with something different. That's the beautiful, insightful, transcendent quality that this side-splitting flick has going for it: timelessness.DAZED AND CONFUSED launched careers of some of the biggest stars of the '90s and 2000s, but my favorite performance of the bunch is easily Rory Cochrane as the easy-going, thoughtful stoner Slater. He shines very brightly in this movie among a cast of spectacular stars.This movie can't be missed.

Wil R (au) wrote: I lost interest early on.

Jorge M (au) wrote: It's a really good romantic movie for both genders. Funny & cute.

Haneef A (au) wrote: 10 Cloverfield Lane is an unusual psychological thriller directed by 1st time director Dan Trachtenberg and produced by JJ Abrams. It stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Michelle who was involved in a car accident and woke up finding herself in an underground bunker owned by Howard (played by John Goodman). Inside the bunker is also Howard's acquaintance Emmett (John Gallagher Jr). Howard claims that during Michelle's coma..the world encounters an apocalyptic event, rendering the atmosphere outside hazardous and lethal. We were left wondering whether Howard is telling the truth, or whether he has a sinister hidden agenda. Goodman's acting is phenomenal; terrifying, psychotic, mysterious. Mary's acting as Michelle is also excellent, she is a resourceful heroine that we can empathize and root for to survive. The film is very tense and terrifying, BUT it does starts slowly. The first hour is painfully slow at times because it is focused on setting up the characters and the location. It is only during the 2nd hour when the truth is gradually revealed..that the movie pick up the pace and concluded in a shocking bizzare sequence of events. The ending/resolution might seem incomplete for some people, but I find the ending to be satisfying. Recommended for people who like The Bone Collector and Shutter Island. NOT recommended for people who don't like to be scared/terrified...or people who are claustrophobic, because the film happens mostly in the bunker. An A-.