Fine Dead Girls
Iva and Maria, a young lesbian pair, rent a favorable, nice dwelling in a less good area of Zagreb, Croatia. But unfortunately, included in the rent are the neighbors, the neighbors from hell. The curious landlady, foreigners flogging nationalists, an old man, who live with his dead wife and a man, who beat his wife regularly, are just one part of this neighbourhood. When one of the neighbors falls in love with Iva, the situation escalates - with the result of three dead people at the end.
- Stars:Olga Pakalovic, Nina Violic, Kresimir Mikic, Inge Appelt, Ivica Vidovic, Milan Strljic, Hrvoje Barisic, Marko Bertok, Mirko Boman, Vlado Brkic, Franjo Capan, Sinisa Conda, Jadranka Djokic, Ivana Dragicevic, Paula Fistrek,
- Director:Dalibor Matanic,
- Writer:Dalibor Matanic, Mate Matisic
A lesbian couple rents an apartment in a seemingly normal building which happens to be populated with all kinds of freaks. Initially kind but unaware of their secret, a landlady tries to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 (2012) Trade Of Innocents SOCIAL COMMENTARY SUSPENSE DRAMA The writer and director by the name of Christopher Bessette may have saw some of the same documentaries and news skits as I did upon coming up with the synopsis of this extremely "routine" movie. I've already seen this human trafficking problem on "Nightline", "Dateline", "20/20" as well as on other news outlets etc... And that some of those critics may have seen many similar versions like this one except that those ones were made first. But before I go on, I just want to say that I'm very tired seeing fictitious movies made about the problem about caring white Americans or English people doing something about it when it doesn't happen in actuality or in real life. It's nice to make a movie about human trafficking, involving the exploitation of underage children if viewers are not aware about the problem, but the thing is that this problem had been happening for such a very long time that nothing is still being done about it since people still prefer to watch it as a movie than to take action on it. And that the problem is much more complicated than this film is conveying, such as corruption and government which this film failed to address. The movie did address the poverty aspect of it and to me that's isn't enough. It stars married couple, Alex(Dermot Mulroney) and Claire(Mira Sorvino) Becker moving into Cambodia to open a program for the intentions of stopping the exploitation of underage children. Their personal motivation for doing this had lot to do with what happened to them in their personal life, in this case a child of their own being kidnapped for the assumption of human trafficking. And it's being told so blatantly that viewers don't know too much about what to make of it. Upon watching this movie, tells me that viewers are still not being properly informed about what is going on, and in my own interpretation that the only way we'll know about these things has to be in fictitious movie form, and to me I look at that as a total insult. Bomb
(mx) wrote: I expected worse because of the terrible poster artwork and the negative consensus. So I guess that's a positive. It's not the worst thing however.There's nothing inherently "bad" about this movie. The direction is fine and the acting is fine. The problem is the script, which is so cliched and unoriginal that you can guess every single plot point before it happens and the ending can be seen a mile away. I couldn't help but feel I've seen this movie multiple times now (Gothika, The Dead Pit, Ginger Snaps 2, etc). It's just so generic and forgettable (I use that word a lot, but it definitely fits here). There's really no reason anyone would watch this movie unless they're a big John Carpenter fan, and even then you'd have a hard time seeing the distinct style that made him big in the 80s.
(mx) wrote: I went to this with zero expectations, I couldn't get into something else and a friend talked me into seeing this, I think just because he liked Superbad. I thought I could just sit through it, and was pleasantly surprised.The film features the actors playing exaggerated versions of themselves, and it works. There are lots of references to the hits and misses of their careers, so if you are an RT user you may be at an advantage. It has a lot of funny cameos and is consistently energetic and entertaining. I had seen Superbad and Pineapple Express, and I feel this is on the same level.
(it) wrote: "Tickets" is remarkable for an omnibus movie as the segments directed by Ermanno Olmi, Abbas Kiarostami and Ken Loach are all set on the same plane of reality of one train heading south from Vienna to Rome. Like most other omnibus movies, it is wildly uneven with the best segment being the first by Ermanno Olmi which transcends the message of the need to make connections: An old professor(Carlo Delle Plane) is infomred by a younger assistant(Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) that all flights have been canceled and that he will have to take a train back to his native Italy. On the train, he thinks back to her kindness in making the necessary reservations and guiding him through the train station, made more difficult by the presence of miltary troops. By moving at a slower pace, the professor actually has the time to decompress, think, reflect and take in his surroundings, as the chronology is scrambled to follow the pattern of his thoughts, perfectly capturing the essence of train travel. Abbas Kiarostami joins the train in Italy the following morning, as calm has descended. However, things are about to heat up with new passengers including an older woman(Silvana De Santis) and her young companion, Filippo(Filippo Troiano). On an already full train, a microcosm of the real world where peaceful resolution is key, she refuses to cooperate twice with her fellow passengers, causing trouble, even when she is right. Nearing Rome, Ken Loach brings a bit of Scotland on board with Jamesy(Martin Compston), Frank(William Ruane) and Spaceman(Gary Maitland), three supermarket workers traveling all the way to Rome to cheer on their favorite soccer team in a Champions League game. The guys are soon confronted by the possibility that there may be more important things in the world than their favorite sport, as stereotypes are shattered all around.
(kr) wrote: "Insurrection" could have been a lot better. But it isn't. The plot is kind of confusing. And the villains are just weird face stretchy people, and the people we are supposed to like are boring as hell. The film was a total wasted opportunity for character development. Having a slower plot was not a bad idea; they just didn't take advantage of it properly. The action is lame, the one-liners are abysmal, and things look pretty B-movie budget.
(jp) wrote: Going back and watching all the 007 movies on Blu-ray
(us) wrote: Is it a great satire or does it seem like a internet webisode that has ran too long? This is a film that must be viewed twice. the first time watching it, i thought i was going to see some off-the-wall comedic shit, which it does have in the film. But most of the humor comes from one-liners and dry humor. I'm a fan of dry humor which is why i had to watch it again. This film does a great job in recreating a 70's blaxpoitation film, close-ups, camera zooms, choppy editing, pimps (hoes), high contrast, saturation. For a low-budget film they really captured the feel of the 70's through wardrobe, exterior and interior. But overall this movie is funny the 1st or 2nd time. It is more of a satire of blaxpoitation films than a parody. The character and the film takes itself "slightly" seriously. But it satirizes everything that blaxploitation films have, corruption in the gov't, Panthers, a Vietnam backstory, protecting the black community, kung-fu, talking jive and did i mention pimps and hoes
(de) wrote: The best writer of our time, extraordinary pacing--cuts from D.C. to Afghanistan to Dallas seamless, sharp battle scenes.
(ru) wrote: This movie fails to capture anything tangible in the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East. There are honorable men & women who have, are, and will serve on all sides in this ever changing battlefield. Stop trying to cash in on other people's misery with trite, disrespectful and poorely written films; stick to what you know & stay there....