Two CIA agents are sent to Bucharest, Romania to solve a high profile kidnapping. But what they discover is something inexplicable. An evil gargoyle, once thought dead and banished forever, has returned with a vengeance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two CIA agents are sent to Bucharest, Romania to solve a high profile kidnapping. But what they discover is something inexplicable. An evil gargoyle, once thought dead and banished forever, has returned with a vengeance.
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Louis F (es) wrote: Fabulous documentary on Lyme disease.
Marcelo G (gb) wrote: Filme bom. Mas faltou ser mais detalhado. Tudo passa muito rpido como se o a Eli Roth estivesse com pressa para faze-lo.Recomendo assisti-lo com amigos por ser mais divertido assim.Assistir sozinho faz ter alguns momentos meio entediantes.No um filme ruim nem um filme timo. Simples e "Normal".
Cole E (ru) wrote: Jim Jarmusch is one of the more obscure and unique filmmakers in the business today, and it's seen quite clearly here in "Broken Flowers". Jarmusch takes a relatively generic premise that sounds like it could easily be a crappy McConaughey rom-com, but makes it interesting with the use of unique, subtle storytelling and a blend of genres. I think the subtle storytelling may be my favorite part of the movie. When Don visits his previous girlfriends, the details of their past relationships aren't revealed. We as the audience are able to interpret how their relationships once were, how they ended, and learn more about the characters' personalities through their interactions. This is good because it's real; when two former lovers meet up after 20 years of not seeing each other, they won't describe the details of their past relationship, they already know; they will either enjoy or hate seeing each other once again and talk about how they are now or how they've been. I will say that the film can be a bit repetitive, though, as not much else happens in between his visits, it just goes from one woman to the next. But it does add another interesting element to the film, suspense and anticipation. As Don continued to talk with each woman, I kept thinking to myself, "Is this her? Is this the woman who sent the letter?". SPOILERS AHEAD: After all of Don's visits with his past lovers, we reach the ending. And it's with this that I have a love/hate relationship. All of the details seem to be coming together; Don has a conversation with who he believes to be his son, and we think find out who sent the letter, but just when I expected the final details to be revealed, the movie just ended. Everything I had been waiting to discover throughout the whole movie was just thrown out. In that regard I was upset. I was excited for the answers and I never got them. But, there was also a purpose for the ending. Don ends up just like us, expecting answers and not getting them. The guy he thought was his son ran off, saw yet another young man who could be his son, and he noticed clues at the house of one of the women but was unable to piece them together due to unlucky, violent circumstances. Don never finds out who is son is or who he got pregnant, and he will most likely never find out. We follow Don through the whole film, in fact, there isn't one scene without Bill Murray in it. We stick with Don until the very end, and are left feeling just the same as him: confused, sad, and hopeless. Sure, it's depressing, but life doesn't always have happy endings. So to sum it all up, "Broken Flowers" is unique, intriguing, believably human, dramatic, and funny. Though it may not please the average, casual moviegoer, this film is truly special.
Guillaume H (gb) wrote: Strong political intrigue but i shouldnt have to spent the movie on wikipedia to know who's playing who, what and why; characters are non descript, all visibly very important but onscreen, they translate as a bunch of suits and ties with twists and turns too vaguely enunciated for them to stick. The political point of the Usa messing up the whole region to keep it in shamble for its own gain is carried through but thats no thanks to the script that chuggs along without much grace, transitions or clarity
Sanford R (it) wrote: This was actually a pretty good movie :)
Scott C (ru) wrote: Very similar-looking to 'Watershed Down' (same original novelist and film producer) It's sometimes beautiful, but extremely down beat.
Joseph H (mx) wrote: I only have one thing to say. LOL This film is nothing compared to The Conjuring. A waste of my time.