After a fight the brass band in a small village splits up into two separate bands. They both want to win a contest and will do anything to prevent the other band from winning it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After a fight the brass band in a small village splits up into two separate bands. They both want to win a contest and will do anything to prevent the other band from winning it.
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Yoann M (ag) wrote: This little posse is so friendly you don't seem to be a part of it, you just follow them in a flat story with nothing really intersting whatsover.
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Stephanie Z (mx) wrote: I give it 3.25 stars. Pretty good movie. The story was ok. I really loved the beautiful, real-life setting, all the horse footage and the history about the war. I wouldn't buy it, but I'd watch it again.
Luca M (ag) wrote: Capolavoro. Si piange dalla prima all'ultima inquadratura.
Michael H (ru) wrote: Starts as a horror movie but winds up quite different, this is an effective documentary about the monsters living in our own back yard
Robert B (de) wrote: A modern time and overrated classic romance-drama, that tells the story of a divorced writer, that gets a change of life moving into a Villa in Tuscany. The plot and Italian sterotypes are somewhat silly (as the clothes and behaviour of the Italians, that I think are almost offensive - this movie helped even more the false idea of "living in Italy is a paradise"), but the final message is nice - the photography shows some places in Tuscany and other far away (Positano, around Naples), but showing as they're next on to another and very little of them. Anyway, in the end it's a feel-good movie, that could be better -and a popular classic in the romance genre. My score: 6,5 / 10,0.
Tim B (us) wrote: Takashi Miike at his best. Great movie! It has everything you want in a japanese flick from blood and guts to sex appeal.
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Richard C (kr) wrote: This is mostly an emotional argument towards this dilemma (Or, at least it's viewed as one). And I feel it's invalid since there are a cornucopia of logical reasons for what Kieslowski is trying to convey. Still, it beats Lars von Trier's overrated version.
Steven F (ca) wrote: Very low budget film. Poor acting.
Tony O (us) wrote: the colors are really lurid, and the men are very bitchy.
Greg W (kr) wrote: movie #3 and the last good one in the series
nipp s (ag) wrote: Kung-Fu & Bitches man! This movie should have won an academy award for being fucking great! I loved the blatant disregard for political correctness and I think they did a great job of making it feel like the movie was filmed during the hay-day of Blaxploitation films. Sit back, relax, grab a 40 of anaconda, light a bowl, and enjoy this movie in the right frame of mind.... Be careful not to laugh to hard though, you might wake up the other bitches.
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