Gesualdo: Death for Five Voices
Works, legend and murders of Carlo Gesualdo, a notorious Italian composer and murderer from 16th century.
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bat u (it) wrote: spooked my pants off
Ryan M (au) wrote: Superbly acted, and wrought with psychological tension, this is the story of an apparently ordinary college coed starting out in school. She is propelled by financial pressure into the easy money of online prostitution. At first in command of her destiny, she slowly looses control of her life and her body as an older gentleman manipulates her into increasingly degrading sexual scenarios. In the process, she struggles to manage her relationship with her contemporary boyfriend, and maintain the facade of an ordinary student. Gritty and artful, this is a must see for francophiles and dysfunctional relationship junkies.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Bertrand Tavernier (Round Midnight (1985), Life and Nothing But (1989) and The Bait (1995)), and based on the 1993 book In the Electric Mist with Confederate Dead by James Lee Burke, the book was the 6th in Burke's Dave Robicheaux series, the character had been done for the screen before in Heaven's Prisoners (1995), this is a dark piece of Southern Gothic, full of damaged souls. In Iberia Parish, Louisiana. Detective Dave Robicheaux (Tommy Lee Jones) has just arrested Hollywood stars Elrod Sykes (Peter Sarsgaard) and his girlfriend Kelly Drummond (Kelly Macdonald) for drink driving. Elrod tells Dave about a decaying body they found. Dave investigates further, and finds there are similarities to previous murders gone before. All fingers point to Mafia associate Julie "Baby Feet" Balboni (John Goodman), who claims not to know anything. Meanwhile, Dave investigates the film production being made nearby that Elrod and Kelly are in. Dave interviews the film's producer Michael Goldman (John Sayles), who is vague with details. It's a good murder mystery, and it benefits from having a good setting in the exotic landscape of Southern Louisiana, it has a good ensemble case as well and this should have been given more recognition than it did, it went straight to DVD in America, where it was recut heavily, which is a sad shame really.
Rami L (jp) wrote: AHKMENRAH IS THE ONLY CHARACTER THAT MATTERS
Priya T (fr) wrote: i only saw some of it but it was not very good
Howard V (gb) wrote: I REMEMBER WATCHING THE TV FOOTAGE I WAS 6 AND FASCINATED BUT THE FOOTAGE HERE IS AWESOME MAKES ME WANT TO CRUISE THE STARS WITH BA LB OF THE WHITE WIDOW A 15 GALLON KEG OF JACK HOW ABOUT A COUPLE SINGING CHIPMUNKS AND A TREASURE CHEST HA HA
Benjamin O (ru) wrote: Mis-direction fantasia.
Tom H (au) wrote: Simple and unmemorable. good acting but poorly scripted and directed. but despite this films flaws and failures i found it to be ok in the end.
Eric T (kr) wrote: the story- not so great. but there are some great scenes, like the fight with the "bodyguard."
PJ J (es) wrote: well it really turned me off to be honest. It was a cool idea the visuals were good, but most of the *voice over* dialogue wasn't needed to get the message across. Watch this from a film makers point of view others avoid.
Adrian Z (ru) wrote: 4 - To say "you've seen one Yasujiro Ozu film, you've seen them all" is actually to say they are all extremely good. All his movies capture the feel of the time in which they are set, are beautifully acted, and lovingly put together. This one is no exception. It's an eloquent drama - perhaps stronger in tone and passion than other Ozu movies - which sees the leader of an acting troupe revisit after many years the town where his nearly adult son (born of a mistress) lives, except his son believes him to be an uncle. As the actor's young wife becomes aware of the situation, their relationship is torn apart by jealousy, but will love and forgiveness prevail in the end after all? Classic. See it.
Brandon R (ag) wrote: Though the effects may be campy, this is an entertaining giant monster movie
Bjrn D (us) wrote: Simply fantastic *sob*
The Critic (br) wrote: Well, if there's anything to be said about 'Big Ass Spider!' is that it at least delivers what it promises. Much better than you'd except with good special effects in spite of the budget. The script doesn't break any new ground with plot and characterisation, but it's fun and any shortcomings are forgiven in way of the likeable, though altogether unexceptional, performances. Destined to be a cult classic, if it isn't already.
Bill B (mx) wrote: Reprising his role from the film White Lightning, Gator returns, again pressured by the law into going undercover to get the goods on an old friend of his turned criminal. The villain this time around is played by Jerry Reed, who is awesome as the criminal mastermind. There's bits of schtick in here that lessen the drama at times, but overall it's a fine sequel and worth a look.Rental.
David A (jp) wrote: One of my favorite Robin Williams performances. He brought out the best of his talent. "Good Morning, Vietnam" is an emotional, comedy film during the war in Vietnam where Robin plays a sarcastic, loud Radio DJ who brings happiness and joy to the American soldiers and many other people around him. It's well written and well shot. Definitely a timeless classic.