Fairy of Solbakken

Fairy of Solbakken

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1919
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  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Synnöve lives with her parents at the farm Solbakken on a sunny hill. Thorbjörn, who lives at Granliden in the shadow of a big mountain, often looks wistfully up to Solbakken. As teenagers ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kelly F (nl) wrote: Must see. Heartbreaking and inspiring.

Red L (mx) wrote: Although "Chasing Christmas" is based on Dicken's "A Christmas Carol", it is different enough that it was enjoyable. And this from someone who is more like Scrooge-before-the-ghosts than Scrooge-after-the-ghosts. Bah Humbug.

Christopher D (ag) wrote: Beyond horrible.Less than a b movie. One of the main characters was missing (Doc") The portrayal of Jak was completely wrong. The acting was bad!!!! The character playing JB Dix was horrible and totaly out of character as well! Vincent Spano as Ryan Cawdor was a horrible casting decison. Spano is a decent actor,but he portrayed none of the brutality or fierceness that Ryan Cawdor has in the books. This movie had a horrible director,cast,acting,and no budget. It stained the reputation of a book that has been out since 1986. It deserved a decent director/cast/and budget.

Scott R (ru) wrote: 80s action, a little chessy but some good one liners. I got a kick out of Parker.

Nick L (de) wrote: Pretty intriguing, after watching some other 80s 90s films based around gang violence, Boyz is top. Would rewatch. 8.6/10

Eric R (us) wrote: Freddy Kruger was slaying at the box office with the recent sequel "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors" being a highly enjoyable and respectable follow-up, something not relatively common in the horror genre. Producer Gale Ann Hurd ("The Terminator", "Aliens") decided to produce a "Nightmare 3" clone so she gave novice director Andrew Fleming a chance to direct his first feature film. The final results isn't too shabby, even if the similarities between this and "Nightmare 3" are so close it could be grounds for a lawsuit.The plot has a young woman survive a massive cult suicide. Years later she awakens from a coma in a hospital for troubled youths. She keeps having this one pesky problem. The problem is that she keeps seeing the cult leader (Richard Lynch, in another sinister performance), sometimes in a charred form (sound familiar?!) in her dreams and he even starts to murder other patients until she decides to finally fulfill her pact and take her own life.Not only is the plot derivative of "Nightmare 3" but the filmmakers went even as far to cast Jennifer Rubin, notable for playing a junky in the very film this picture is ripping off. She does a credible job, as does Bruce Abbott ("Re-Animator") as a concerned psychologist. The limelight is stolen, not surprisingly, by Richard Lynch who is one of the best character actors to turn to in order to get sadistic, deadly villians (see "Invasion U.S.A. " and "Sword and the Sorcerer" if you've never heard of this guy... he's great). We also get Dean Cameron, known for playing a horror movie enthusiast in "Summer School") as a self mutilator with a hard-on for cut patients.The make-up effects are fantastic allowing Richard Lynch to look frighteningly awful in his flesh burned form (ironically Lynch suffered from severe burn injuries in real life so I wonder how he felt about taking on this part). Sadly, for most of the film, Lynch is seen as himself, without the make-up effects so they are somewhat underused. As for blood there are still some gory scenes but most of the killings are actually off-screen so gore lovers might be a little disappointed.For a "Nightmare on Elm Street" knock-off "Bad Dreams" is actually not too bad. The ending tries to be clever, and fails but there's enough interesting visuals, killings and likeable cast members to appease horror and slasher fanatics. It won't give any viewers bad dreams but it won't put them to sleep in the process either.

Chesty M (nl) wrote: Halfway between a dream and nightmare involving a possible murder. Great use of flashbacks. Along with her, you don't know whether you are coming or going. Beautiful score by Miles Davis. Now out of print, I purchased a region free DVD player just to watch this. One of my favorites.

James M (gb) wrote: A Carry On parody of Tarzan and other jungle movies.

Juan David C (de) wrote: The neorealist movement began in Italy at the end of World War II as an urgent response to the political turmoil and desperate economic conditions afflicting the country. Directors such as Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica, and Luchino Visconti took up cameras to focus on lower-class characters and their concerns, using nonprofessional actors, outdoor shooting, (necessarily) very small budgets, and a realist aesthetic. The best-known examples remain De Sica's Bicycle Thieves, a critical and popular phenomenon that opened the world's eyes to this movement, and such key earlier works as Rossellini's Open City, the first major neorealist production. Other classics of neorealism include De Sica's Umberto D. and Visconti's La terra trema, but the tendrils of the movement reach back to De Sica's The Children Are Watching Us and forward to Rossellini's The Flowers of St. Francis, as well as to some filmmakers who did their apprenticeships in this school, Michelangelo Antonioni and Federico Fellini

Pietro B (br) wrote: Uno dei film minori e meno conosciuti di Tornatore, a tratti divertente ma soprattutto di una tristezza agrodolce. Sembra un po' un tributo a Fellini ma ha anche il pregio di catturare e anticipare le tendenze (la deriva televisiva, la solitudine, i telefoni...) e quando quetso accade, raramente si tratta di brutto cinema. A Natale uscir un remake americano con De Niro... ed essendo questo un film al 100% italiano e con l'anima "provinciale" la cosa non mi spira affatto.

Reylen J (br) wrote: Quirky but overall such a great movie.

Cornell W (es) wrote: Mark Ruffalo can do no wrong in my eyes.

Steve W (au) wrote: Also known as Canadian Sniper (lol), this war film directed and written by Paul Gross is pretty good. It has intense and frenetic action sequences, interesting ideologies and tense espionage like scenarios. The plot gets a bit messier in the third act, but a well directed war film with lots of practical effects and solid performances.