Erik of het klein insectenboek

Erik of het klein insectenboek

In this movie -after the classical Godfried Bomans novel of the same Dutch title- with musical elements, Erik is a Dutch ten year-old schoolboy who is studying insects at school, and gets ...

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Michael T (kr) wrote: I've got to say this film was the biggest load of s##t going,did they drag these so called actor's off the street and give them lines? The use of the c word was extreme overkill oh sorry this made them look like real hard men NOT. I've seen some really bad films in my time but this really is the worst ive ever seen

Simon B (mx) wrote: The plot sounds simple enough, a guy decides to travel across state to his home by swimming through his neighbours pools. But as her progresses and get's closer to home we find out more and more about who this man is. Very powerful stuff! Plus, speedos! pretending to be horses! the advent of internet dating!

Marcus M (mx) wrote: waste of time, could not watch all of it, honestly dont know how these movies ever find light of day.

Sosefo H (es) wrote: Strong performances make this film worth seeing

hunter i (jp) wrote: It's kind of boring, but all do respect, this movie wasn't that bad.

Witt R (mx) wrote: Convoluted and confusing story only made by better by Halle Berry being topless. I'm sure every producer and executive on this movie knew that regardless of how crappy this movie was going to be, they were going to make their money back with that one topless scene.

Lisa Y (mx) wrote: if you can't laugh at this, YOU LOST YOUR FUNNY BONE FOR SURE...hehe

Danny R (es) wrote: A provocative edgy drama based on the best-selling novel by Judith Rossner, about a repressed young teacher named Theresa Dunn, brilliantly played by Diane Keaton in a powerful and emotionally complex performance. whose initially innocent search to find a man of her dreams escalates into promiscuous and dangerous encounters with men she meets in bars, she begins to wallow endlessly in her new "liberated" sexual lifestyle, the thrill of the evening trysts, which eventually involves drugs and violence has her life spinning out of control with this self-destructive behavior. Diane Keaton wonderfully balances the dual aspect of her character's life, by day a outwardly caring teacher to deaf children living a banal existence, and by night a drug-fueled bar tramp, this film is a indictment against the sexual attitudes of the 70s, where disco was the music and coke and weed was the new drugs of choice, the sexual revolution was at it's peak here, before herpes and AIDS made their dreaded entrance. This is one of the few and rare instances where the film is better than the book, thanks to the brilliant screenplay and direction of Richard Brooks. It is difficult to watch at times but this film is pure cinema at it's highest level. Superlative performances from Tuesday Weld, Richard Kiley, William Atherton, Priscilla Pointer, Tom Berenger and Richard Gere in a memorable turn as a hyperactive hustler. Shocking then it is thought-provoking now, and builds to a unforgettable and shattering climax. Highly Recommended.

Kevin C (kr) wrote: Missed this on first release 4-years ago. Found footage, and Superheroes have been done to death for me; so this is an interesting refresh. An interesting and enjoyable take on superhero powers coming to suburbia. Ignore the cheap CGI and go with the ride.

stefeni H (es) wrote: Excellent Bette Davis flick.

Private U (ru) wrote: Much better than its sequel, good for some laughs if your movie rental joint still carries VHS.