In this monumental Rumanian film, a large family and its many generations vie for advantage, seeking to win the inheritance sure to be left behind by a wealthy older man of the clan. This movie is based on a very long and popular novel by George Calmescu, and is similar in some ways to England's BBC television series, The Forsythe Saga, based on Galsworthy's books. Along the way, stories of friendship, love and rivalry emerge. In one story, a poor young man is disappointed in love as his girl chooses lucre over love in selecting a mate. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jaimey P (nl) wrote: the real men in black, a glimpse into the confusing world of ufology where every question must be analyzed by the reporter looking for truth in a world of disinformation.
Rhys H (au) wrote: A promising begining and a few tense moments dont really make up for the cringeworthy dialogue and lack of originality. Not bad for a low budget Aussie film, if it didn't have Liotta in it I probably wouldn't have set my sights as high. Then again if it didn't have him it would be missing it's best asset.
Shane W (us) wrote: Rather dull. I think we all realize this industry is horrible and takes advantage of young girls, and I was hoping for more from this doc. I think with docs, sometimes you get a good person to follow and other times they just don't turn out to be be that interesting.
Kelly P (es) wrote: Fantastic! I loved the ending production number with the entire cast as a nod to the film's Broadway roots!
Cyndi W (fr) wrote: Kinda dumb..but funny dumb....and a little sweet. It was alright.
Caity M (br) wrote: I thought it was actually pretty decent. Interesting concept. Acting wasnt the best but all in all wasn't too bad.
Alyssa M (es) wrote: Cute but not nearly as good as the play. I mean, the play is absolutely hysterical but the film isn't nearly as polished and the ending is a cop-out. Great performance by Tony Curtis but Mark Rylance >>>>> Jerry Lewis.
Lara D (ag) wrote: There's just something I really really love about "real life" horror flicks. This isn't a great movie by any means and yes, it's downright boring sometimes, but it's real. Dying a slow, horrible death in the middle of the desert is something we've all had nightmares about at least once in our lives.
Joshua L (au) wrote: A very enjoyable Western.
David S (us) wrote: A natural disaster flick about the San Andreas fault giving way and scoring the highest rated earthquake on the Richter Scale, ever. I'll start out by saying San Andreas wasn't a bad film. It had a solid cast, the visual effects were done well, the story is pretty generic, but most natural disaster flicks are. Now, the visual effects were done so well, it was almost too much. About halfway through it my eyes just started to hurt and I had to take a break for a little bit. I could only imagine what it was like in theaters. I absolutely loved Paul Giamatti's character. Hes hands down one of my favorites in movies. It's not the worst disaster flick, there is WAY worse out there, just expect an eye sore possibly, then again my eyes are terrible. They got better when Alexandra Daddario was on my screen ~?