Flukten fra Dakar
- Stars:Jorge Luke, Manuel Benítez, Michell Vásquez, Carlos East, Rosendo De Anda, Juan Pedro Latigo, Sílvia Valdéz, José Ríos, Edith Vanegas, Sílvia Lira, Ricardo Ogregón, Nicolai Fredrik Lindtner, Kåre Wicklund, Alf G. Henriksen, Karl Haraldstad, Bjarne Smørdal, Harald Askildsen, Brynjulf Berger, Per Christensen, Stig Egede-Nissen, Ingolf Erevik, Leif Evensen, Harald Gundersen, Georges Hubert, Claude Lansac, Maurice Lesoil,
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Jana G (mx) wrote: I love this movie. It has a magical feel that is just what I am looking for in a Christmas film. I want that snowglobe!
Redd Z (ag) wrote: Would you ever eat dumplings with human fetus as ingredient just to be young and youthful again? :-(. Disgusting.
Christopher M (nl) wrote: The only reason I sought out this film was due to it starring Birol nel, who I fell completely in love with in 2004's Head-On. And while that fact remains Transylvania's most redeeming factor for me, I'm still glad to have seen it as its a pretty good film on its own. The central character of the film is Zingarina (played by Asia Argento, daughter of legendary horror director Dario Argento), a French woman who travels to Transylvania to track down Milan, her boyfriend who she thought had been deported suddenly. I've never seen Asia in a role of any real substance before, so this was a pleasant surprise, as she does an excellent job. She plays the woman driven to the brink by love as being racked with a controlled chaos, which is well conveyed in the tragic defiance that seems to emit naturally from her beautiful face. I'm pretty sure I could watch Birol nel just standing in a field smoking a cigarette for two hours and I'd love it, but he's also good here. Unfortunately, the film loses any sense of focus from about half-way through. While this is somewhat appropriate due to the fact that the two main characters clearly don't follow any set life path, it is still the film's chief flaw. However, this is somewhat redeemed by the fact that, despite this, the film continues to breed some great moments and remains brimming with beautiful imagery. The whole thing is also continually shrouded in mysticism and Transylvanian Gypsy culture and that makes it always an interesting watch, at the very least. Despite its flaws, this is a film worth checking out.
Christopher P (gb) wrote: This movie reminded me a lot of "Wayne's World" and "Dumb and Dumber" combined with an Aussie twist. Fuck that guy is ugly!
Claire T (gb) wrote: loved it I actually thought this movie was good and I want it on DVD, it was an good TV movie and Debbie Reynolds starred in it
Alejandro E (es) wrote: Los ultimos dias del Fuhrer,interpretado por un genial Bruno Ganz,desde una perspectiva unica,irrepetible.Sin falta
Mark T (de) wrote: Nice guy cop Ray Liotta is not all he seems. In fact, he's a fruit cake. Gradually becoming more and more obsessed with Kurt Russell's wife (The pretty hot Madeleine Stowe). Things get nasty. Great little thriller, with good performances by the three leads.
Rodney E (us) wrote: Another anthology story horror movie. This time it is the early 90's and kids telling each other stories around a campfire is the setup. I recall the monster in the bathroom and the kid who tortures bugs as being good stories..I don't remember the rest..I like the montage at the beginning of urban legends. Just ok
James H (gb) wrote: 4.5/10. Clever idea goes awry. Way too over the top and exagerrated, I understand evangalists tend to be that way, but this takes it to a new extreme. Likeable performances, but again, many are too exagerrated. It has some genuinely funny scenes though.
Jayson P (us) wrote: challeged love story
Matt H (us) wrote: Bing Crosby has to be the safest, most boring and charisma-less major actor of his time. He just has no screen presence, especially next to Astaire. Such a "square," man. Pair him with Doris Day and you'd have the most boring, sexless, and least interesting screen couple in history.
Alan W (ru) wrote: This is a good movie