For the Birds

For the Birds

One by one, a flock of small birds perches on a telephone wire. Sitting close together has problems enough, and then comes along a large dopey bird that tries to join them. The birds of a feather can't help but make fun of him - and their clique mentality proves embarrassing in the end.

A group of snooty birds roosting on a telephone wire get their just desserts when a goofy bird drops in. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joe S (de) wrote: Misery meets kitchen nightmares a well known chef kidnaps a food blogger after he blogs how bad his food is it's low budget but outside the box I kinda dug it !!

James R (ru) wrote: A pretty decent thriller. Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst are absolutely great in this film. Their performances really make the film watchable because at times the film is too divided between being a love story or a thriller. The film is about a young man played by Gosling, who comes under suspicion after his wife (Dunst) disappears. The film gets super creepy near the end of the film and it's just super sad. I'd say give it a rent at most!

Mark G (de) wrote: from Netflix:"David Zellner wrote, directed and stars in this story of a man struggling to put his life back together. All at once he finds himself the subject of a divorce, a demotion and the hostility of his neighbors. With things at their darkest, he sets out to accomplish the one thing he can control: finding his missing cat, Goliath. Zellner's brother and filmmaking partner, Nathan, co-stars in this official selection of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival."

Michael S (fr) wrote: Hilarious at times. Great movie for Sci-Fi channel, late Saturday night airing. Lots of blood. Where birds come from is silly, but ending is good.

Ryan P (jp) wrote: Beautiful and tragic.

Patrick M (mx) wrote: Awesome, awesome, awesome. Russell Crowe was one brutal mother in this one.

Patryk C (kr) wrote: Although Hitchcock outdone himself with the later version of The Man Who Knew Too Much, this is certainly his breakthrough film and one of the most suspenseful movies of the 30's. Although it may come as stagnant at times, this visually compelling vintage mystery tale shows an auteur approach by a man, who went on to create some of the greatest movies in film history. With strong dialogues and a memorable scene at the famous Albert Hall in London, this movie will definitely satisfy not only die-hard Hitchcock fans.

John C (it) wrote: Of the three major classics of the 1930's gangster genre, I would probably rank this number 2. (The original SCARFACE is number 1; PUBLIC ENEMY would be third.) A lot of that is due to Edward G. Robinson's classic, iconic performance.

David S (ag) wrote: Murphy shows some of his original classic acting in here though his new turned-down acting can be visible from time to time. A movie that has some satirical moments which become works of genius.

Boti B (gb) wrote: Im all for giving people chances, but in the movie business if a director is given the opportunity to work with Hopkins and Pacino they better be ready to come up with something special.The movie is not confusing or too complicated like some other viewers had mentioned.... The movie is simply bad. Like really bad .... The plot , the execution , the locations.... The script ( oh dear) Should you watch it? AbsolutelyIf you don't, you will never see the difference between a good and a bad movie.

Brett B (kr) wrote: Stylish and moody (taking the ultra-low budget into account), with some really eerie moments, but there are also some very serious script issues. The plot is the sort of thing that's been done to death, but Bava puts enough of a weird slant on it that the final product just barely works well enough to be passable. And though Ridley Scott claims not to have seen it, 1979's ALIEN feels strongly influenced by this film.