Far til fire - tilbage til naturen

Far til fire - tilbage til naturen


I 'Far til fire - tilbage til naturen' sættes Fars evner ud i friluftslivet på prøve, da familien rejser på weekend i Sverige. Familien skal besøge Annika, Fars kusine, hvis fødselsdag falder sammen med årets midsommerfest. Annika har en naturpark, og Far glæder sig til at vise børnene, hvor han legede som dreng. Onkel Anders griber chancen og trækker i sin gamle spejdertrøje og finder kompasset frem. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mariana d (ca) wrote: Loved most of it but the end left me feeling empty and a bit upset

Jonathan K (gb) wrote: I don't give half stars or else this would be rated higher. It's not an understated film; it's an implicit one. Oppression reigns in this modern Tehran, both sexual and gender. While much is left without explication, very little is left unfelt in this topically and erotically charged indie film.

Julian T (ca) wrote: Let me sum this up for you: People wander around an old light house. Nothing happens. People wander around outside. Nothing happens. People wander around in the light house again. Something happens, but its so awful that you will wish nothing happens. Then end. There. Trust me, I just did you a favor.

Andre T (mx) wrote: Directed by Terry George and based on the book of the same title by John Burnham Schwartz, who, along with George, adapted the novel for the screenplay. The film, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Ruffalo, deals with the aftermath of a tragic car accident.What saves this boring movie to tottal wreck is the absolute superb performances by Connelly, Phenix and Ruffalo.

Armand H (au) wrote: one of the best films ive seen out of Espana

Priscilla U (gb) wrote: A film about London, mais pas seulement ... :)

Austin F (gb) wrote: 84% Billy Madison will be sure to satisfy anyone in the mood for Adam Sandler's immature and silly type of comedy, and this is one of his best efforts at doing so.

Art S (fr) wrote: Easily my favorite British gangster film, driven by a powerhouse performance by Bob Hoskins and an amazing propulsive score by Francis Monkman. Hoskins is the leader of a "corporation" that is seeking to bring the Olympics to London (in 1988) and do a multimillion development of the docklands area. On Good Friday, he meets with his potential American business partner (played by Alphaville's Eddie Constantine) to seal the deal. However, all hell breaks loose, as bombs explode and Hoskins' associates are murdered. He is being done over and he doesn't know by whom -- the movie unfolds as a good mystery should, only gradually revealing the brutal truth. The score, the editing, and the intermittent violence help to ratchet up the tension which shows in the emotional performances by Hoskins and his moll Helen Mirren. Highly recommended.

x x (au) wrote: A showcase for Federico Fellini's gifts as a fanciful but profound storyteller, the film feels alive with the exuberance and sadness of life, particularly here, in his personal reflection of an era fading into darkness.