Four Nights of a Dreamer

Four Nights of a Dreamer

A loose adaptation of Dostoyevsky's novella White Nights, with the action transposed from 19th century Russia to modern-day France. One night, Jacques, a young man with artistic aspirations, sees a girl trying to commit suicide by jumping from a bridge. When he prevents her from jumping, Marthe tells him that she has become desperate waiting for her lover, who left her almost a year ago but promised to return. Jacques asks Marthe to meet him by the bridge the next night and the girl agrees. They spend the following three nights wandering through Paris, and Jacques tries in vain to cure Marthe of the memories of her elusive lover.

The 'dreamer' is Jacques, a young painter, who by chance runs into Marthe as she's contemplating suicide on the Pont-Neuf in Paris. They talk, and agree to see each other again the next ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Brian S (nl) wrote: This train never quite leaves the station. It's slow, occasionally internally inconsistent, and laced with teenage melodrama about friendship and the ever-present Japanese cell phone. In a nutshell, a woman got run over by a train and gave birth to a baby in the process. The woman is now haunting other train passengers who find one of her two cursed objects, a railway pass and a bracelet. They're proxies for her lost baby, or something...Really, though, this is entirely by-the-numbers J-horror about yet another vengeful ghost stalking yet another bunch of high school girls. There's a single passing allusion to Lovecraft (the heroine is applying for college at Miskatonic University in one scene), but there are no real Lovecraftian elements to be found here. For some reason, the construction workers who built this particular tunnel started cutting through "something dangerous." What that something is, although the film's climactic scene makes it seem like it was a cemetery. The woman who got killed on the tracks here somehow tapped into that cemetery and bodies come back to life, and the dead return home as ghosts because they want what's theirs... well, it's kind of a mish-mash, really.Ghost Train is Red Eye meets The Ring. The viewer is likely to spend this trip in the sleeper car. There are a couple of effective horror scenes, but the story stretches on forever. Add a star if you're into teen melodrama.

Nature B (es) wrote: An underrated classic filled with epic heroes, real peril, and valuable themes and messages, Happy Feet is one of the greatest films of this generation.

Joseph W (ca) wrote: Not great, but pleasant enough for this time of year.

Scott R (au) wrote: A valuable documentary because of the first hand video accounts by the Branch Davidians, as well as media footage. Unfortunately the documentary suffers from being poorly edited - at times, its a jumbled mess of material.

Paul D (mx) wrote: The first couple of minutes tells you all you need to know about the style and form of this film. It's clearly a rom-com but there's little romance and a crass definition of comedy.

Ruslan C (mx) wrote: The movie isn't bad. I can relate to characters. The only problem is that it's too long and you quickly start to feel that same emotions are repeated again and again. Also flash-backs confuse at the beginning a lot. On the other hand without chronological twists this movie would be impossible to finish. It's pretty boring already.

Brad S (es) wrote: A Masterpiece! Chaplin truly was in a league of his own. This movie is incredibly entertaining, but also has something to say. Chaplin really was an artist, and some of his sight gags blew me away watching this again. It's amazing how graceful he was as well, they is a rollerskating sequence where he just glides, as if barely touching the ground, and he makes everything look so effortless. This is a MUST watch of the highest order!

Spencer H (us) wrote: Stardust wasn't the movie that I expected it to be, but it still was a pretty fun and good film.

Stefan G (it) wrote: As much as I dislike John Hughes for what he stands for, this film was quite something. I can understand why someone would want to make a TV show out of it, it sounds like a solid concept for an American TV show. It's a shame that it could only work on the silver screen. The story is surprisingly well-written, although I find it's very easy for one particular character to steal the show. In this case, John Candy's character is the highlight of the movie, and for all the right reasons. He may be irresponsible, and he may be a bit crass at times, but when he wants to be, he's a very entertaining character. This film would be incredibly bland and typical if the character it was named after weren't incredibly funny. The acting is also really good, with the main cast delivering some convincing performances from left and right, and the characters that matter are a joy to watch. The film's production values are also worth mentioning. Maybe it's just that I have a thing for the film's autumn aesthetic (apparently that's when the film was set), but I thought it looked really good, and the soundtrack was pretty good too. However, none of that should matter compared to whether it made me laugh, and thankfully, it did. Whatever my reasons, Uncle Buck is a movie that I consistently enjoy whenever I happen to watch it. If you haven't seen it before, I would personally recommend this film, even if its director was a bit of an overrated hack.