"Falco - Verdammt wir leben noch" deals with life, work and tragic death of Johann "Falco" Hölzel. The biopic is portraying his work through his early days, as member of the Viennese band "... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Falco - Verdammt, wir leben noch!
The life story of 80'ies Austrian superstar Falco, the man behind the monster hit "Rock me, Amadeus". The story of Johann "Falco" Hölzel from young kid, the road from a band to his solo career, and to his tragic death.
You may also like
Falco - Verdammt, wir leben noch! torrent reviews
Earli P (it) wrote: To real life, and to fake at the same time.
Maia T (ag) wrote: An amazing movie, great plot and very complex
Marcus D (ag) wrote: Mid life crisis for the entire family.
Josh B (au) wrote: A great comedy that has the sexiest cougar judge that I have ever seen.
Manolo P (es) wrote: It is not exactly an example of an acceptable thought-provoking futuristic feature film. The lack of seriousness of Alex Proyas to bring an innovative proposal makes the movie to fly from originality to the mainstream and from a good humor and objectivity to mediocrity and boredom. 51/100
Aidan H (mx) wrote: For someone who spends so much time behind bars in this film, Gere looks reasonably well-fed and tanned throughout. Come to think of it, there's a rosy glow surrounding most of the characters and locations which dispels the intended mood of repression somewhat. That said, there are a few impressive scenes, notably a rooftop escape but somehow this never manages to catch fire.
Charlene F (kr) wrote: When this movie came out, I really loved it. Still one of the all time best.
David A (ca) wrote: Definitely one of the corniest DC animated flicks I've seen since... well, actually, this is the first. "Justice League: War" proves you can't cram up a lot of characters into one story. It puts too much things going and by the middle or end of it, you just don't care for it since you are either lost or perplexed about whether or not you should care about its undeveloped characters. This a 72 minute movie... and it has 7 main characters... How the hell can you make a decent story out of that?!
Simon D (au) wrote: Surprisingly funny film. What is also a surprise is that Will Forte did not forge a career as a pretty funny film actor after this, at least I've not seen him in any other main comedy roles.
Paritoch M (ru) wrote: This is a horror films. If you expectNosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (1979)This is a horror film. With the genre of horror having been corrupted, you have to dig down in the film history to look what horror films are about. What we are served today is scary music with scary make-up and loud sounds and sudden scary visuals. Thus making the movie a scary movie- not a horror one. Be it a cute baby or scary ghost- anyone suddenly screaming 'AAGGHHHH' and springing right on the screen IS going to be scary.Thus Werner Herzog's Nosferatu, a remake of F.W. Murnau's classic 1922 silent horror-fest Nosferatu, classifies as a horror film. Set in the 19th Century, the film revolves around Count Dracula of Transylvania. The Count's need and want to consume the good and spread the evil can ring a bell across various historical aspects.Having spoken ill of the current horror-genre, to my dismay, even the vampire-genre has been infected. I did not dislike any current vampire-movie until I saw this particular movie. Vampires are not cool dudes who are bored with life. I am not basing the vampire-genre solely on the Twilight series though. I am yet to see Jim Jarmusch's ' Only Lovers Left Alive'. But to generalise the vampires of the 21st Century- there are just lame swaggers. One has to see this movie for the make-up. Nothing extravagant but powerful enough to highlight the characters in the movie. Make-up done on Count Dracula is obviously great and appropriate but that done on Lucy Harker is also subtle but shows the frail lady who one assumes to be weak.Special shout goes to my now favourite 'actor in negative role' Klaus Kinski. He doesn't yell or shout so much in the films. Though the way he stealthily approaches victims and disappears is not only a fabulous directorial feat but also showcases Klaus's acting skills. His cold eyes sends tremors down your spine- his vicious dialogues will scare you for a fortnight. Finally the director- Werner Herzog. I haven't seen the original version so I do not know which one is better but this movie is an amazing feat in itself. The way the director has used lights is great. The way every character moves out into the dark only to reappear in the spot-light to deliver the dialogue raises the feeling of suspense. You always wonder from where next would Count Dracula emerge from next- thus making every other scene a min-climax. The way his panoramic shots show 'Transylvania' makes you think that 'I would love to visit it but when Count Dracula is not around'. Also the end- I don't know whether he has borrowed it from the original movie but it is like you expect it but don't want to seeThus Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (1979) is a proper vampire-horror movie. It doesn't give you nightmares (at least I hope it doesn't) but gives you the chills. It tells you to be wary of vampires- not fall in love with them. It serves as guide to vampire genre but is misread by current directors. It's a movie you have to see. You may like it but there is a possibility you may not because it is not a movie that sends your heartbeats up in an instant- but rather raises them gradually. One should watch it to understand vampires, one should watch it to understand horror films.
Andruw F (kr) wrote: The first 3rd is excellent, and hilarious. If the whole movie had been that funny, it could have been one of the funniest movies ever! But the final two thirds are awful. Boring, and too long. And the shift in tone is pretty jarring. But the whole movie is well acted, and pretty well directed. The writers just need to learn consistency, and to not give up by the end.
Chris D (es) wrote: Roland Bozz is a disobedient loose cannon with the uncanny ability to get soldiers out of the war...it's riveting, violent when it needs to be and although each man's performance is unique - it's Farrell's movie from beginning to end.