Ginger & Rosa

Ginger & Rosa

A look at the lives of two teenage girls - inseparable friends Ginger and Rosa -- growing up in 1960s London as the Cuban Missile Crisis looms, and the pivotal event the comes to redefine their relationship.

A look at the lives of two teenage girls - inseparable friends Ginger and Rosa -- growing up in 1960s London as the Cuban Missile Crisis looms, and the pivotal event the comes to redefine their relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thomas L (es) wrote: I can't believe critics and audiences didn't like it. It's really amusing.

Jim H (jp) wrote: A man who has followed in his father's footsteps in the study of the Talmud give up a prestigious prize for his father's benefit.There are moments in Footnote that resonate with any academic. The satire of the cramped rooms and the highfalutin conversations in academic babble is sharp, biting, and accurate. This also has the distinction of being one of the few films about academe that doesn't include a relationship between a teacher and a student, and for that it deserves applause. Not limited to satirizing the academy, the film is also about fathers and sons and the tough love fathers sometimes bone-headedly think their sons need. This plot is poignant and universal.What bothers me about the film are the ending, where I though we needed more clarity, and the film's misogyny. The women are all either idiots or supporters, and when Eliezer's wife finds out the film's primary secret, her response is merely to support more. The female characters lack any agency in the home or the profession, and while it's true that some sections of academe are miniature boys' clubs, the film doesn't seem to level its satire bullseye at the phallocentrism of the academy.Overall, there's a lot to like about this film, but where it fails, it fails big.

Olli W (es) wrote: One of the very few Music DVDs I truly love

Bilal a (nl) wrote: No words - please speak directly with Billy

Ned I (es) wrote: Really good modern-day kung fu movie based off of a popular manga called: "Dragon and Tiger Heroes". Movie features some interesting special effects and cool camera work. Story is actually pretty good, but gets somewhat convoluted and strange at the end.

Matthew B (de) wrote: "The Santa Clause 2" may seem to be unnecessary to have a sequel to a really popular movie, but it does have some great moments. Tim Allen is really good for both playing the good and bad Santa Claus. Also, the humor is indeed funny but some were not. Nevertheless, I was already having a fun time with this movie. The special effects are not good, and the design of the reindeers look like they should be an amusement park. So, I guess you can say that I like how the reindeers look in the first movie than this. Overall, fun Christmas movie but really unneeded.

Johannes J (nl) wrote: A small movie but with real feel-good quality. Great performance from Forster.

Steve H (ag) wrote: I need to see this movie too because it's it's kinda of a must see.

Joby D (us) wrote: Uggh, Christian Slater...

Thomas K (ag) wrote: Out of the three S.E. Hinton novels that hit the screen in the early 80's this is still the best, artless and earnest. Matt Dillon gives his first real performance alongside Jim Metzler as the older brother who tries his best.

Jonathan L (br) wrote: Brilliant vampire movie and one of Hammer's greatest movies. This is one of the movies that feature vampires that are part of the Psychic-vampire or Psi-vampire or energy-vampire variety kind of vampire where they don't suck blood but suck out energy/youth/lifeforces instead like in 1985's Lifeforce or Sleepwalkers. This movie is even better than Van Helsing all the way and it paved the way for similar vampire hunter movies like Vampire Hunter D series to all the way to Blade even though Blade was a Marvel comic made in 1973 but the movies are similar to Kronos.Caroline Munro is a gorgeous b-movie and British actress for this film and this is one of my favorite Hammer movie and vampire movies.

Jonathan R (fr) wrote: A typically well-directed film by Ford, but full of clunky stereotypes, which, if revolutionary in their own day, are tired in ours. Wayne is quite good, and the zany sergeants bring a zesty balance to Ford's sometimes too overbearing performance as the dark and serious colonel, but the social criticism just wasn't insightful.

Trevor R (es) wrote: Joe is a film about an ad exec from New York who ends up accidentally killing a drug dealer who his daughter was living with. He then meets Joe, a very opinionated man who would like nothing more than to kill another few people who are part of the underbelly of the city. Be it drug dealers, other ethnicities, hippies, etc., he wants to clean the city up. The film deals with the relationship between a middle class worker (Joe) and an upper class worker (Bill the ad exec). The change in class makes for some uncomfortable scenes. One in particular is where Joe and his wife invite Bill and his wife to dinner. The way that entire section plays out is great, but difficult to sit through much like Bill's wife. The climax of the film is great, although I wish they wouldn't have put in the voiceovers right before the credits. They should've allowed the audience to figure out what just happened because the ending is an assault to the senses. Actually the last 25 or so minutes is an assault to the senses. Peter Boyle gives a fantastic performance as Joe. I did like the movie, however; I will probably never watch it again.

Logan M (gb) wrote: Grand and often very powerful, this seafaring adventure accounts the tests and decisions a commander faces, on top of being entertaining.

Ryan A (ru) wrote: I got to say that "Step Up" is a movie that will get you mind into the rhythm of great dancing. The performances in this movie are really outstanding. "Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum's chemistry is like magic with a breath of fresh air!" The directing by Anne Fletcher is excellent. The screenplay by Duane Adler and Melissa Rosenberg is really good. The choreography in this movie is so well done. "It's a totally a knockout!" And the score is really magnificent. Other then that I got to say is "this movie is that is entertaining and enjoyable!"

My B (mx) wrote: This is a piece of crap movie. From a logical standpoint, the majority of this movie seems very unlikely, unbelievable, and stupid. The lack of character and story development is appalling. It is also a good demonstration of lack of understanding about relationships and psychology. Sonny has at least on 2 occasions taken stories that he heard and twisted them around into lying evil monstrosities. Very unoriginal thefts. He may be headed for lawsuits if he continues to use other people's stories which he has butchered in an attempt to avoid legal liability. Would recommend that Sonny stop writing and producing movies altogether since he has no original ideas and his work is straight up garbage.