Goose Feather (Serbian: Jesen Stiže, Dunjo Moja) was Serbia submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. Vaguely based on a song By Djordje Balasevic called "Prica o Vasi Ladackom" (the story of Vasa Ladacki). The story is about a very poor boy that wanted abundance and wealth because he basically didn't own anything. He was in love with an equally poor girl that his father wouldn't accept. He moves to another village and starts drinking...
- Stars:Branislav Trifunovic, Kalina Kovacevic, Marija Karan, Igor Djordjevic, Marta Uzelac, Rada Djuricin, Vojislav Brajovic, Predrag Ejdus, Renata Ulmanski, Slobodan Ninkovic, Milorad Mandic, Boris Milivojevic, Branimir Brstina, Milica Milsa, Bojan Dimitrijevic,
- Director:Ljubisa Samardzic,
- Writer:Tony Matulic, Djordje Milosavljevic
Vaguely based on a song By Djordje Balasevic called "Prica o Vasi Ladackom" (the story of Vasa Ladacki). The story is about a very poor boy that wanted abundance and wealth because he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Goose Feather torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Totally a great movie!!!! :D Better than the first 1
(kr) wrote: Very well made and original anime, best viewed in Japanese with English subtitles. The story is slightly confusing to newcomers of the Karas series, and this film ends on a rather annoying cliffhanger but appart from that it is worth watching
(it) wrote: Although I appreciate the efforts to implore the audience to see George Dubya in Chris Cooper's character, it's all a little too obvious. Not to mention the rest of the acting is sort of horrible at times and it's too long. It also seems more like a made for TV movie than a feature film.
(nl) wrote: I only watched this because Crispin is in it, and he had an okay part, but I didn't care for this movie at all. It tries too hard to be quirky and cool that it just misses the mark. I couldn't stand this movie, and I don't recommend it.
(ru) wrote: Gorgeous to look at, but kind of slow, but the cinematography is stunning, but it's fairly uneven, but that uneven-ness is photographed by Vittorio Storaro.I would also like to note that it's a crime that so much of Stararo's work isn't avaliable on blu-ray.
(mx) wrote: A compelling 70s film by Pollack. The main reason to see this film is the understated and moving performance by Pacino (in particular his Mae West impersonation). It takes a while to get going, but in the end, his character arc and humbling experience is engrossing. (This would make an interesting companion-piece to Pixar's Cars.) Deerfield is another prime example of the originality in 70s movies.
(kr) wrote: You shall be called worms Wild Bill is getting older and dreams from his past haunt him as he travels back west. He can't seem to get over this nightmare about a white buffalo and he believes the dream will drive him insane. Bill encounters an old man and an indian that will help guide him to his White Buffalo and hopefully he can conquer his nemesis. "You're about as green as snow." J. Lee Thompson, director of Death Wish IV, The Widow, The Evil that Men Do, Ten till Midnight, Huckelberry Finn, King Solomon's Mind, Cape Fear (1962), and Kings of the Sun, delivers The White Buffalo. The storyline for this picture was okay but not as good as I had hoped. The acting was better than average and the cast includes Charles Bronson, Jack Warden, Kim Novak, and William Sampson. "Didn't your mom ever tell you your mouth isn't made for breaking wind?" Thsi movie grabbed my attention when I noticed it was a relatively young Charles Bronson in a western. I have become a fan of old Charles Bronson films and the way he delivered his characters. But this...was a mediocre film. The end was a bit frustrating and the killing of the buffalo eventually became a bit...overkill. This is worth viewing once but may not be worth adding to your DVD collection. "The white man wants death when its out of season." Grade: C+
(br) wrote: worthy sequel, heavy on the sleaze and exploitation
(kr) wrote: One of my favorite films from my childhood days. I still enjoy watching it to this day. Great cast, story and it is centered around a boy and his love of biking. If you have never seen this one do yourself a favor and give it a watch!12/28/12: Finally added this one to my DVD collection!
(fr) wrote: Sylvester Stallone plays one of his finest roles since John Rambo. He delivers an excellent performance to a character so cold-blooded, merciless and sentimental called Jimmy Bobo - 75% psychopath, not to be compared with John Rambo, who lived a life of isolation and guilt over the years. Stallone basically plays a hitman, who obtains a thirst for vengeance when his longtime partner is brutally murdered. Jimmy Bobo is a very interesting character, with no definite back ground, innumerable times spent in prison, indefinite if he's a contracted assassin or not. He's a character worth studying clearly; he seems like a good assassin who always annihilates his targets without failIng, and he's almost completely sentimental. He's nothing compared to Stallone's previous similar role in 'Assassins' - Robert Rath lived a life of guilt over what he's been doing as an assassin and wants out, unlike the heartless, merciless, cold-blooded killer Jimmy Bobo. Walter Hill's direction in this movie was absolutely superb like some of his previous work in the eighties like 'Red Heat' which he worked with Arnold Schwarzenegger in. The writing is also fairly good.What I love most is the action scenes. There's a lot of scenes of Stallone and the villain, played by Jason Momoa annihilating targets by shooting single rounds to their foreheads - killing them instantly - and it's really fun to watch nonetheless (Stallone and Momoa handle pistols with engaged silencers to prevent a proper bullet sound when disposing of targets and it's exceedingly fun for an action flick).It's definitely one of Stallone's best roles and best movies with unlimited action and it's in line somewhere with the 'Rocky and Rambo' series, 'Cobra', 'Assassins,' 'The Expendables movies' and 'Demolition Man.'
(it) wrote: Das Spin-Off von Daredevil" ist alles andere als gelungen!Elektra" jedenfalls tmpelt vor sich hin und man weiss nicht, was man damit anfangen soll. Am Anfang meint man, dass die Geschichte spannend wird und man verfolgt auch gerne mit, wie die Titelheldin ihre Geschichte kriegt. Doch dann verirrt sich der Film ins Boden- und Sinnlose. Vllig unbedeutend zieht sich der Film ins Bodenlose. Und nur ein paar nette Effekten machen keinen guten Film. Schade eigentlich, denn ich htte mehr gesehen, wie es mit Jennifer Garner weiter gehen wird. Aber es ist so etwas von stmperhaft erzhlt, dass Garner mir schon wieder Leid tut. Das Marvel diesen Film durchgehen liess, bleibt mir auch ein Rtsel! Schade.Fazit: Sinnlose Geschichte mit eigentlich guten Darstellern, die sich in einer doofen Geschichte verlieren!