Pete is a football enthusiast, who plays as a goalkeeper for FC HeMan, a team playing in the lowest possible league. His girlfriend, Anna, hates the whole sport. Pete and his teammates are planning to travel to watch the Football World Cup held in Germany. Anna is not excited about Pete's plan to leave her alone for the summer. Therefore Anna decides to present a challenge to Pete: She will form a team from the wives and girlfriends of the FC HeMan players, and then the women's team (FC Venus) would play against FC HeMan. If the women's team wins, the men will have to give up football, and if the men's team wins, the women will never complain about their hobby.
John B (fr) wrote: This is a short film turned into an hour and a half of boredom. Someone owes me $5.00.
Andreas R (fr) wrote: A picture can says more than a thousand words. This movie was packed with stunning pictures that showed industrialism at massive scale and how it changed the landscape.
Soura C (fr) wrote: a very sweet movie ,which focuses on the loss of a loved one,who was a wife and mother of two child,the story is about how the father copes up to his wife's death and help his two daughters do the same.Which makes it at last a good story.John cusack's acting could use a little work though
Matthew D (au) wrote: it was a good zombie shooting movie
Raji K (gb) wrote: pretty standard movie for the genre, of two people that hate each other, but fall for each other
Joseph S (fr) wrote: The final sequence gets a bit crazy, but overall, this film is hilarious.
Judge L (ru) wrote: Not the best baseball film out there, but still a very good one. Had not seen it since the late 80's.
Adam F (br) wrote: "Eyes of Fire" has a good concept, but it tries to juggle too many things and in the end, it's a mess. Set in 1750 America, it's about a group of pioneers who escape persecution when their leader and preacher is rejected by the rest of their town. As the group moves further away from civilization, they find that danger is everywhere. If they are not being attacked by Native Americans, and a spurned husband whose wife has run away with the congregation also threatens our heroes. That's nothing compared to the supernatural dangers that plague the valley they have settled in.The film has good special effects and the story is interesting, but there are too many side plots (at least one of which has no real impact on the story and could have been completely left out) and towards the end it really falls apart. Characters end up doing things without any logic and a twist at the very very end of the film makes absolutely no sense. If you're able to easily rewind some of the more confusing scenes and re-watch them until they make sense or you give up trying to understand it and just go with the flow, you might be entertained but in the end it's nothing special. (On VHS, August 18, 2012)
Bruce F (es) wrote: When people think of musicals, they may think of Grease, Les Miserables, or Sound of Music. I'd like to think that 'Pink Floyd - The Wall' breaks the mold of the musical genre. Where some movies are dramatic and almost Shakespearean, this film is psychological and metaphorical. If you try and take this film literally you will be lost because it does immerse the audience into the mind of our main character as he slowly loses his sanity. Suffice to say, this film is DARK, it is GRIM, and these qualities only increase as the film goes on. There is a lot more going on in this film than most people give it credit for and it will change you.
James H (fr) wrote: 59/100. This is really like a home movie documentary, obviously an extremely low budget film, poorly made with awful editing and photography, but it does have a certain fascination about it, perhaps because it seems so real and natural. The acting is hard to judge because it?s like watching real people. It is amazing this was filmed in 1968. I am sure there was nothing else like it back then and it would be considered a racy even by today's standards. This is the first movie of three Paul Morrissey did in collaboration with Andy Warhol.
Nandi C (au) wrote: Sydney Poitier plays this entreprenuer with a little extra gambling action on the side. One of his clients is a family who has a maid that gave her notice so she can better herself. The family's son and daughter make Sidney Poitier go out with her in order for her to stay with them, but as all things do, it hit the fan. Nice score by the late Shirley Horn(What Ivy Wants);
Kris H (gb) wrote: For all that it lacks in film worthiness, it entirely makes up for with a howling cat, thunder and billowing fire throughout the entire feature.
Jack D (nl) wrote: Very funny. The ending was great.
Bevan S (de) wrote: Eternally one of my favorites.
Michael T (jp) wrote: Beautiful color & stunning cinematography; sluggish pace & ludicrous script.