Genevieve

Genevieve

Two friends driving in the London to Brighton vintage car rally bet on which of them will be the first to arrive back home.

It's time for the annual London to Brighton antique car rally, and Alan McKim and Ambrose Claverhouse are not going to let their friendship stop them from trying to humiliate each other. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jon B (it) wrote: TRATTORIA is an enjoyable father/son story set in the culinary world of San Francisco. Though the theme is well worn, writer/director Jason Wolos, does a nice job setting the tale in the highly competitive San Francisco food scene. Inter-spliced footage of local celebrity chefs (Traci Des Jardins, Elizabeth Falkner, etc.) talking directly into the camera effectively give testimony to the all consuming nature of the restaurant business and credence to the distance and animosity between the father, Chef Sal Sartini (Tony Denison) and his estranged son, Vince (John Patrick Amedori). Equally validated is Chef Sal's reluctance to teach Vince his trade as to succeed, one must dedicate their life to the kitchen and little else. Where cooking has been the only vehicle for Chef Sal to express his emotions, the ending feels overly emotional and effusive. However, TRATTORIA will surely please fans of competitive cooking shows (TOP CHEF, CHOPPED, etc.), and is ultimately like a home cooked meal - warm and inviting.

Dave J (kr) wrote: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 (2011) Blue Crush 2 DRAMA Straight to rental which is completly unrelated to the first film with a whole new cast which the only thing both films have in common is that they're about surfing. And if you can get pass the mediocre acting then this film is not bad and could've been better had it had a higher budget. It's also a very superficial film when everything works well or neat toward the end, and the approach is not like what one can find in a Disney film since theirs is an occasional swear word or two. Anyways, as I've said I'm able to appreciate it's 'original' storyline over the second rate acting starring Sasha Jackson as Dana who happends to be the only daughter of a frequent surfer but had died while Dana was very young. As a result of a disagreement with her father, she then goes on an "odyssey" to surf through all the South African locations her mother had surfed from the pictures mimicing her stances including the one she had never succedded on surfing called "Jeffrey's Bay" or J-Bay for short. Upon her arrival she strikes up a great relationship with an African local calling herself Pushy played by Elizabeth Mathis who Dana need as a guide to some of the more popular surfing locations throughout Africa who strikes up a deal with Dana to get train Pushy to be a surfer herself so that she can make it to the surfing team. This straight to rental is not better than the first one but it's good enough. 3 out of 4 stars

Dax S (jp) wrote: Terrible, awful to no plot, bad acting, cheesy parts, does not hold a candle to any other of the Die Hard movies.

Helma Z (jp) wrote: Beautiful movie, very moving.

Chris A (de) wrote: As an ardent Formula One fan, Senna was always going to be brilliant. Despite initial apprehensions over the fact that it was a documentary I can safely say that it is one of, if not the best sports film ever made.I usually dislike sports dramas but Senna is an utterly captivating experience. The brilliance of the film is not only the racing but also the personal perspectives of Aryton himself.Although knowledge or a passing interest in the sport will likely increase individual enjoyment, Senna is a film to behold. Nothing short of a masterpiece.

Appu A (us) wrote: Animal Kingdom is a slow, brooding atmospheric crime drama/thriller which doesn't have a single dull moment in its entire run-time. Filled with intriguing characters propelled by a wonderful cast who render them great depth with outstanding finesse, this one is an out and out winner and a feather in the cap for Australian cinema.

Hodan F (ag) wrote: What could have been a film that exploits a potentially salacious premise for artificially comedic or edgy effect, feels instead like an honest and truthful dissection of the sometimes-strange way modern relationships can work.

Michael S (es) wrote: This sequel to the terrible 80s horror movie was better than I had thought it would be. I appreciated how the cheesy 80s feel was there, not to mention most of the deaths were pretty original. Far from great but I somewhat enjoyed this and I sure didn't think I would.

Alex C (de) wrote: about as unwatchable as wcw in its dieing days.

Steve G (es) wrote: "Con Air" does have a few plot issues but in the end is a great 1990's action movie filled with talented actors, experienced cinematographers and thrilling scenes. The plot to "Con Air" is that a man named "Cameron Poe" portrayed by "Nicholas Cage" is sent to prison for 8 years due to him defending his wife's honor. On his release date "Poe" travels by plane with other convicts who attempt to break out and take over the plane. The movie opens with "Poe" returning from his military duty to meet his wife at a bar where she works at. Throughout the movie it shows "Poe" doing everything he can to bring down the criminal plane that he is on. The movie's climax is a thrilling conclusion to a great film. When the movie ended it did leave the audience with some unanswered questions, which frankly is quite annoying. As usual for a 90's movie, "Nicholas Cage" delivers an amazing performance as "Cameron Poe". "Cyrus The Virus" doesn't feel like an antagonist but more like a side character. The music composers for "Con Air" "Trevor Rabin" "Mark Mancina" created some thrilling Rock & Roll music for the movie that sadly has its moments where it doesn't fit it very well. The cinematographer "David Tattersall" does a splendid job at filming action and thrill. If you are a person who enjoys 1990's Action & Adventure films then I do recommend you watch "Con Air" as it has an amazing performance by "Nicholas Cage", a splendid cinematographer and great action sequences. Although the movie is not perfect it has issues, these being the audience being left with unanswered questions, a film score that doesn't blend in well with the movie at points and a weak antagonist portrayed by "John Malkovich". I give 1997's "Con Air" a 7.5/10.

Matthew M (au) wrote: Multiplicity is a laugh out loud movie. It has great humor like "I got a wallet." I loved this movie and would recommend it to anyone.

Sean J (fr) wrote: If you can stay awake through the slow pace of this documentary and Chomsky's coma inducing voice, then by all means watch this. You will probably learn a thing or two.

Daniel P (it) wrote: The '50s is one of my least favorite decades in American cinema, but it's also one of the most distinctive. What's great about I Want to Live! is what's great about (one type of) '50s movies: the jazzy score, the harsh black-and-white cinematography, the nascent sensationalism. It's like, coolsville, daddyo! For the other type, Technicolor galore, see John Wayne westerns and Doris Day musicals. I Want to Live! gets points for holding no punches in its portrayal of the death penalty, a clear inspiration for Dead Man Walking. While the movie takes her side, in real life, it's almost certainly true that Barbara Graham was guilty.

Weul S (ru) wrote: Stalin commissioned Eisenstein to create a film trilogy of Tsar Ivan the Terrible's rise & unification of the Motherland. Instead, Stalin saw his own paranoia in the on-screen paranoia of Ivan, & Eisenstein was never able to even start the final film, but I digress.As a caveat, no director has made me wanna study history more the Father of Montage, & this one is no different. This film is a delight to eyes & ears, with an operatic flavor & a Murnau-esque attention to light composition, and never a wasted moment in its combined three-hr running time.

Connor G (fr) wrote: Utterly charming, but had a bit of a rocky start. This movie showed that, unlike many of the time, Janet Gaynor really knew how to act.

Wayne K (br) wrote: Being a fan of Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu's work, I was very excited to see Babel. Mr. Irritu is clearly fascinated by the concept of interconnected lives, how people of vastly disparate lives can still have the most profound impacts upon each other. The movie may be looked at, therefore, as an extrapolation of his previous effort 21 Grams, in which 3 stories taking place in the United States were interwoven. In Babel, we have 4 stories, taking place in 3 countries. There's some great acting from the principle cast, and some moment s of genuine beauty, emotion, surprise and intrigue. But the film is near-crippled by its excessive length and lack of real development on 21 Grams, which is a much better effort, carrying more emotional resonance and much less self-conscious stylishness. There's large chunks which could have been cut without anything being sacrificed, and some of the connections between the storylines are so tenuous that they carry almost no weight at all. It's certainly an interesting film, and Irritu's flair for cinema is apparent. The problem is not that it's a weak offering, its simply that, over the course of his career, he's given us so much better.

Rick W (kr) wrote: The movie warns us of the dangers of the PC police and the political forces behind it. Very well acted and photographed.