Evdokia

Evdokia

A prostitute (Evdokia) meets a sergeant (Yorgos). They fall in love and get married after a short love affair. Her profession, however, is a barrier for their relationship. They try to stay together and overcome their inner conflicts, but the social environment crushes them.

A prostitute (Evdokia) meets a sergeant (Yorgos). They fall in love and get married after a short love affair. Her profession, however, is a barrier for their relationship. They try to stay... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kayle H (br) wrote: The Fault In Our Stars Is a truly touching movie by Josh Boone. I have watched this movie several times and every time, cannot hold back the tears. I would gladly recommend this movie. First, it has amazing actors and actresses. Secondly, it seeps into you like soaking in a hot bath and is extremely addicting. Unless you have no heart and soul, this movie can and will trigger anyone who watches it. It seeps through your life like you're the one that has to go through it. Once again, I would highly recommend this movie and to anyone who does not cry, I hope you're young so you still have time to develope the rest of your heart.

Saeed K (mx) wrote: One of the best movies,base on true story....

Barry T (kr) wrote: Couldnt watch anymoe than 30 minutes of this rather weird film and i can watch alot of weird films....................

Jesse O (kr) wrote: Even a person with a 3rd grade level understanding of literature can see the connection between. The most obvious of this would the fact that Alyce is best friends with a woman whose name is Carroll Lewis. The author of Alice in Wonderland is Lewis Carroll, so that one was obvious. There are definitely other references to the story riddled throughout the film, so it's obvious the film was greatly influenced by the story. But at the same time, the movie is still very good as a standalone film. You don't need to have read the book to enjoy what's going on here. The movie tells the story of this woman, Alyce, whose struggles with the guilt of having knocked her friend off the roof of the apartment building she lives in causes a downward spiral from which she will, likely, never recover. This is psychological horror for about 85% of it, the rest 15% will satisfy even the most jaded gore hound. And the thing is that the gore isn't really that 'exploitative' like it feels in most horror movies, it makes sense in this movie. It's clear that Alyce is headed down a path that will culminate in violence. The film does a good job at portraying Alyce's guilt through its atmosphere and visual aesthetics. Not to mention, Jade Dornfeld, who made her screen debut in this movie, does a great job at, physically, portraying that guilt while at the same time selling the toll this guilt must be taking on her psyche. This woman pulls off psycho very well. The film is also smartly written with some darkly funny moments. Really, this is a lot better film than I was expecting and it's probably better than most horror films that will hit the theaters this year, so I'd certainly recommend it.

Max H (mx) wrote: Lions For Lambs stunned me. I didn't see a story like this coming. My only con about the film: its length. In a story that depicts the modern day America through various set pieces of typical stories that all eventually connect together, there lies a very strong cast. However I feel that the director doesn't take the time to develop this magnificent story any further so you are left with that partial feeling that you watched an amazing finale to a movie still in development. The actors all play their part and do their jobs. Overall I give it a 4/5, taking off one for its length which was a big let down.

KenniSue gots mad skill (us) wrote: Starring the WONDERFUL Milo Ventimiglia... it's a hilarious movie with a great plot of tryign to figure out who they[4 guys in Aspe] really are!

Scott S (ag) wrote: Lame rating was much better than that I'v seen it 3 or 4 times

Elle H (ag) wrote: The ex and I sort of lived this film.

kelly (es) wrote: This is a fantastic mind-fucker thriller. While not genius or groundbreaking, it is certainly engaging. The film focuses in on three characters, stranded in a desert. Considering how easy that setup is to do in a boring way, it's quite impressive how writer/director Adam Mason keeps building the tension. The conclusion may anger some, but will baffle all (as it intended to be an ambiguous one). This is certainly not a jump-scare movie but a psychological spiritual horror. I highly recommend.

Ola G (mx) wrote: After MI6 agent James Bond (Sean Connery), 007, fails a routine training exercise, his superior, M (Edward Fox), orders Bond to a health clinic outside London to get back into shape. While there, Bond witnesses a mysterious nurse named Fatima Blush (Barbara Carrera) giving a sadomasochistic beating to a patient in a nearby room. The man's face is bandaged and after Blush finishes her beating, Bond sees the patient using a machine which scans his eye. Bond is seen by Blush and an attempt is subsequently made to kill him in the clinic gym, but Bond manages to defeat the assassin. Blush and her charge, a United States Air Force pilot named Jack Petachi, are operatives of SPECTRE, a criminal organisation run by Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Max von Sydow). Petachi has undergone an operation on his right eye to make it match the retinal pattern of the US President, which he uses to circumvent iris recognition security at an American military base in England. While doing so, he replaces the dummy warheads in two cruise missiles with live nuclear warheads; SPECTRE then obtains the warheads to extort billions of dollars from NATO governments. Under orders from the Prime Minister, M reluctantly reactivates the double-0 section and Bond is assigned the task of tracking down the missing weapons. He meets Domino Petachi (Kim Basinger), the pilot's sister, and her wealthy lover, Maximillian Largo (Klaus Maria Brandauer), a SPECTRE agent and the prime suspect of having the nuclear warheads in his possession... "Never Say Never Again" is a 1983 film based on the James Bond novel Thunderball, which was previously adapted in 1965 under that name. Unlike the majority of Bond films, Never Say Never Again was not produced by Eon Productions, but by an independent production company, one of whose members was Kevin McClory, one of the original writers of the Thunderball storyline with Ian Fleming and Jack Whittingham. McClory retained the filming rights of the novel following a long legal battle dating from the 1960s. The film was directed by Irvin Kershner and, like Thunderball, stars Sean Connery as British Secret Service agent James Bond, 007, marking his return to the role twelve years after Diamonds Are Forever. The film's title is a reference to Connery's reported declaration in 1971 that he would "never again" play that role. "Never Say Never Again" was released by Warner Bros. in the autumn of 1983. It opened to positive critical reviews and was a commercial success, grossing $160 million at the box office, although this was less overall than the Eon-produced Bond film released in June of the same year, "Octopussy". I remember the Bond vs Bond battle that year and when re-seeing "Never Say Never Again" I cant honestly claim that I think its any good which I might have done in 1983. This is a poor remake of the great "Thunderball" due to a settlement of a lawsuit and despite Sean Connery being back as Bond nothing is really Bond with this film even if they try to make it as Bond as they can. On one hand it does follow the normal Bond formula with a "taking over the world" plot, chase sequences, a series of exotic locations, beautiful women, sinister villains and a theme song based on the film's title. But at the same time we have no proper James Bond title sequence, different actors playing familiar Bond characters in a different way and Bond himself is an ageing over the hill agent. In a way it feels more like a poor american overbudgeted 80s action movie, than a classic british Bond movie. And despite having an ensemble with Connery, von Sydow, Carrera, Basinger and Brandauer it simply doesnt work in my book. von Sydow is hardly that threatening as Blofeld nor is Brandauer as Largo. Carrera is in overdrive and the scene where Bond is forced under gunpoint to write a statement that she was the best lover he has had is just ridiculous. And Basinger looks lost despite her charming looks. Connery himself looks old and only in a few moments he manages to find that Bond sparkle in his eye. The plot is handled in a wishy washy way with scenes all over the place and the movie is way too long. I personally agree to the fact that this will never be part of the classic Bond sphere, because it simply doesnt belong there.

Gabriel Arthur P (it) wrote: This borrows heavily from "Metropolis" and "Toy Story" and it sucks. It dangles the possibility in front of you that you might be watching one of those cartoons that makes you feel good but then it doesn't do that for you. It just keeps dangling and you keep watching because the highly technical digital animation is sort of astounding. But the story has zero surprises. There's no reason to watch this movie all the way to the end. You can pick almost any moment in the story, while it's playing, and hit "stop" and just pretend that's where the producer decided to end it, and it won't make any damn difference. 2/5

Kelly M (nl) wrote: An MST3K Christmas. ;)