En opprivende og selvironisk historie om den første store og velutdannede generasjonen som ble født like etter krigen, og som levde sine viktigste ungdomsård mellom 1965 og 1975, i ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A harrowing and ironic story about the first big and well educated generation born after WW2, living without any major concerns between 1965 and 1975. We follow shrink and doctor Atle and his good theater working friend Eigil.
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Tim M (gb) wrote: "The Spectacular Now" starring Miles Teller is that once in a while film that comes along takes a lot of turns, keeps you thoroughly engaged, and makes you run the gamut of emotions. Teller, as Sutter Keely, plays a likeable, sometimes loveable, but often hateable senior in high school who often makes the decision you are convinced he won't.The supporting cast, all who have a remarkable chemistry with Teller, and all have small but pivotal roles. Jennifer Jason Leigh, as Sutter's mom, Bob Odenkirk, as Sutter's boss, and Brie Larson as Sutter's ex-girlfriend each have flawless performances. The depth that JJL can show makes her one of my all-time favs. Teller, who parlayed this role into one in Whiplash, which made him a mainstream star, is spectacular playing the often tormented teen. Shailene Woodley, plays Aimee Finicky, Sutter's late senior year girlfriend. The long single shot scenes between the two are so authentic you'd think you're watching with a hidden camera into someone's real life. This movie is special, the cast is fantastic, the direction is natural, and the writing ties it all together. There's little not to like. It's one of the best coming-of-age films of recent memory.
Heather M (gb) wrote: I am not watching this.
Samurai F (br) wrote: Well, it stars the Duff sisters. But it's awful.
George J (nl) wrote: Who could the anticipated audience possibly be? Only numb-nuts that would watch American Idol.
Bryan D (gb) wrote: I'm not really a fan of the 3rd reboot series of Godzilla. I feel they lack imagination and the ambition of the 2nd reboot, and just have too much cheese so they feel more like the WWE than a monster (kaiju) film.
Grant H (it) wrote: yes its cheesy but its so entertaining you cant deny its brilliance
Ranel V (es) wrote: Lol. How nice it is to watch it again. Classic.
Andy H (it) wrote: A prowcious movie with a lot of heart that
Samantha M (es) wrote: Gotta love that classic humour of Abbott and Costello!!!
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Raine L (kr) wrote: gave it 3.5 originally but would like to see again. Love Italy.
Justin D (mx) wrote: ummmmmmmm where was the ending??? i suppose theoretically speaking it had to end like that, or else it could have gone on forever...
Alan D (au) wrote: Heavy stuff. For grown-ups only. See it.