For a Fistful of Diamonds
Once upon a time, a briefcase full of diamonds purchased by French Mobster Dede Fratelini were headed to its owner in Paris via Las Vegas, but the diamonds inconveniently disappeared somewhere in the middle of the Nevada desert. A ruthless killer on his way to prison escapes captivity and intercepts the briefcase by killing the carrier and hijacking his car. His ex-girlfriend Tatiana and her current lover Buitre foil his plans, disabling him. Now, FBI agent Franco Valle has to recover the diamonds and retrace their path, proving to be a complicated, and at times comical, task.
- Stars:Chuti Tiu, Abdel-Aziz Essayed, Fabrice Sopoglian, Fabrice Vilder, Oscar Torre, Vincent Duvall, Walter Tabayoyong, Tyler Nimmons, Michelle Belegrin, Meddi Allaf, Steve Anderson, Vito Autiero, Fred Bordbar, Jason Bordbar, Dominique Campion,
- Country:France, USA
- Director:Dominique Milano,
- Writer:Kevin Alexander Heard, Dominique Milano
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(ru) wrote: A profile on a well-known figure is mainly on print, either as an article or a book. When it comes to film, namely a documentary - or a bibliographical film if late - the focus on the person's honor gets the spotlight behind his/her achievements. After all, while the achievements or creations has shined before, it's well-deserved for the person behind those to shine besides his/her name attached to the main events. One of the most acclaimed filmmakers Hayao Miyazaki got a high-profile documentary that not just showcases his year before retirement, but the sampled filmmaking process surrounding his swan song as another masterpiece "The Wind Rises", including a look into how Studio Ghibli works.How masterfully talented the anime films released from Ghibli seems to always go into a wondrous direction with occasional emotions, this documentary unconsciously reflected on that with a realistic presentation of the felt cultural environment and added value to the appreciation of the films, particularly the ones directed by Miyazaki. Based on how much of the production into "The Wind Rises" was caught on camera that includes the animating and writing process and decision-making, composing score and voice-acting towards a brief screening of both progression and final film, this film offered those who've seen and enjoy the beauty and storytelling of the Ghibli films a look on how the cultural Japanese magic came into the animated form.In addition to the added depth of appreciation and enjoyment, the foreign high-profile documentary is also a documentary that can also be categorized as one of those documentaries on films that shows the work-in-progress, the struggles within, the human relationships among the crew and the special exhibition at a personal level. It's all under the repetitively aforementioned cultural environment that was felt when touring the studio and the local community surrounding it - with some personally historical background - through Miyazaki's eyes.I consider the Studio Ghibli films, the studio itself and the filmmaker himself Japanese version of Disney, and this documentary with a fitting descriptive title proves that through the sense of masterful animated storytelling appreciation and insightfulness. "The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness" is a worthy addition to the Ghibli assortment of beautiful films that has the continuous quality under the documentary genre. The organization of (seemingly) year-long footages that were selected and edited without any thought of lacking to anything or questioning credibility because this is a profile and the genre's usual flaws doesn't apply.My average enjoyment to documentaries is usually rated at four stars with very few rated a half-star higher due to special interest informational-wise. This enriching foreign documentary is valuable that gives further appreciativeness to Hayao Miyazaki's works of art and a clarifying insightful look into the titular-described studio's process of filmmaking. So overall, this documentary is one of the best I've seen so far. (A)
(ca) wrote: This is a confusing, confused movie with too many lose threads that don't lead anywhere (SPOILERS: fiances wants to get pregnant before man goes to marines yet once he goes to boot camp she hops on everything that moves, gay guy has overly fond recollections of what was essential a kiss and a shower -- and yet they are recollections of two different actors, the lead and his 'stunt' double). The mothers of both main characters also add unnecessarily to the film. The idea of two men, one gay and one straight, helping to find each other or at least get on that path, would make a decent to interesting film. This is not that film, is neither decent, nor interesting.
(de) wrote: In my view, after watching Berlesque, mind in dream would be completely change.First, I strongly believe that Berlesque is the best story.Singing, dancing, acting and romance are in this story. Heroin's name is Ali who has terrific voice and dreams performer. Ali experiences many things by rival and love. If you want be performer, you can identify with Ali. You can also learn that difficulties to be performer , surrounding of singer or artist. You can watch Ali's growth in this movie. Sometime you can move, sometime your heart be heat.Second, wonderful casts.Heroin is Christina Aguilera who is powerful singer of the USA. She dot many prizes with her voice that can take out 4 octaves. One more heroin is Cher who is singer and actress of the USA. She got Academy award and Grammy award that are top prize in the movies and in the music.Finally, it has a lot of fans!Some fans said "It's absolutely dazzling! This has to be one of the best musical of the past decade. The musical number are phenomenal, the costumes are fabulous, and Christina is just marvelous. Her acting was good, her dancing was on point and what can I say about her voice?" and "Berlesque is awesome! It's pure entertainment. Singing, dancing, acting, romance - oh my! The cast is wonderful!"But one of a fan said "Poor quality and constant buffering made it difficult to enjoy the movie."However, it just few people. More than people acclaim it.If you watch this movie, you can make an effort for your dream.
(es) wrote: A great doc. The creators of the NYSF production of MOTHER COURAGE in the Park provide valuable insight regarding Bertolt Brecht's work. Meryl Streep's commentary is especially extraordinary in the film. The portrait of Brecht's life is flowery and informative. I was hoping to see more depth regarding the playwright as a contradiction in his own life, and to have those dramatic drops of shrewdness enlighten the audience. A must see and must have dvd if you love Brecht and Streep!
(ru) wrote: Better than the piece of shit that Shrek 3 was.
(ag) wrote: Billy Bob Thorton is disgusting
(br) wrote: Cool story - slice of life film. Set in the 70's. Written by one of the Farrely Bros, but not directed. Kick ass soundtrack.
(nl) wrote: I loved it as a kid!
(ca) wrote: The best part would definitely be the chase scene down that gravel road...
(ca) wrote: First, if you think you might see this (which I recommend) then do not read this or any other review. The less you know about the film, the better.This is a (to my knowledge) totally unique film. It opens for 20 minutes or so of a generic but bizarre horror film. The film then pulls back and we discover that we are watching another audience watching that film. The balance of the movie alternates between the two texts, with the events in the "fictional" movie being replicated in the "actual" audience.The end result is not entirely effective (I assume it would have more punch in a theatre rather than DVD) but very interesting. This is a Spanish video and the production value is much higher than most independant horror films of the time. Anyone interested in film (and especially horror films) should watch this.
(ru) wrote: Dexter Gordon's voice plays the same notes as the music in this film. As with all great musicians, the notes that come from within are the same as the feelings from within. Musicians who use breath to play their instruments - those who play the various horns - arrive sooner or later at a point where they play and speak in the same voice. Gordon makes it easy to hear that; the music that comes from his saxophone is sad and tender, and so are his words. - Roger Ebert
(br) wrote: nothanks not my kinda thing
(kr) wrote: Game warden and wife in Africa raise four lion cubs after their mother is shot. They keep their favourite but later must train her to survive in the wild, which had never been done before. True story. Helped by being shot in Kenya.
(ca) wrote: The Ending Was Sad , But I Really Love This Movie!