Hansel & Gretel

Hansel & Gretel

Hansel and Gretel is a 2002 film adaptation of the Brothers Grimm children's story. It stars Jacob Smith and Taylor Momsen as the eponymous characters. It includes the Sandman, played by Howie Mandel and Sinbad as a raven.

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Shehram M (ca) wrote: Beautifully shot Ahead of its times Can be called titanic of of 30s

Chris M (au) wrote: This is an important film. Given that the last 15 years have seen Australia largely dominate world cricket, and more recently the power of the Indian T20 Leagues, it's important to see where modern cricket came from. Not from Lords, or Sydney, not from Delhi or Cape Town.Modern cricket had its roots in Kingston and Guyana, in Barbados and Trinidad. As a child I remember watching Roberts, Holding, Garner and Marshall splinter and batter batsmen from all over the world, then hours later Greenidge, Haynes and Richards would flay the opposition bowlers to all parts of the ground. It was amazing how much better they were than everyone else.Why this film is important is that it attempts to set this rise and dominance in some sort of political and social context. It has extended interviews with many of these players, who are all interesting, intelligent and passionate. It's a pleasure to spend time with them.BUT (and it's a big but), it needed more cricket. The editing is pretty chaotic, with repeated 3-second clips of bowlers running up but not delivering, or batsmen crumpling having been hit on various parts of their unprotected bodies. I could have taken at least 10-20 minutes of actual sporting action to dramatise the eloquent words of the cricketers. We briefly got glimpses of Richards' batting, and the astonishing match when Malcolm Marshall bowled and then batted with one hand in plaster (which I recalled instantly from my childhood).But this did make me want to spend a couple of days scouring the stats of CricInfo and the archives of Youtube. See you next month...

Ashley H (fr) wrote: The Guilt Trip is a disappointing film. It is about Andy Brewster who is about to embark on the road trip of a lifetime. Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Anne Fletcher did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Noora V (es) wrote: It's French but I loved it. It's not happening at all, far from action, but somehow despite of the lack of eventfullness you get sucked in and enjoy. Possibly I did because the movie reminded me that my life's pretty great and happening, even if I don't know how to tango. In a summary, a moving and positive film.

Paul P (ag) wrote: This is a film unlike anything i've ever seen. There is a real sense that you're witnessing evil in this little town or village. You see it slowly simmering until it violently boils over. Its a slow moving film and for some it will put them right to sleep with its pacing. Bela Tarr is new to me and the comparisons to Tarkovsky are valid but he's onto something very much his own. Everyone talks about how impressive the camera work is but i can't help but heap praise on it. The insanely difficult choreography, the ability to change shadows, the attention to detail, the length of each shot and how the camera moves just blew me away. It doesn't feel like some Hitchcock dare either. There is actually something being said in each shot, some of it obvious, some of it a little more difficult to read into which made me come back to the film a few times.

Griffin M (de) wrote: It's weird that this movie can be both very silly and sort of disturbing at times. Nonetheless it is thoroughly entertaining.

Jose D (it) wrote: wonderful tribute to jazz and the romance of jazz musicians. the performance scenes are especially great. this movie was so cool it inspired my high school jazz band teacher to show it to us for inspiration. he's a great teacher and it really helped.

Phillip S (jp) wrote: Krzysztof Kieslowski depicts the brutal murder of a taxi driver by a troubled teen and the effect of the verdict on a burgeoning lawyer. No attempt is made to justify the teens actions or analyse why the teen murders the driver, we simply get the gritty actions of a flawed individual and are left to accept his actions for what they are. The lawyer represents another point-of-view which the viewer will also not fully appreciate even if it is understandable. Very interesting material.

Matt D (mx) wrote: Better title: Yawns.

Amanda C (us) wrote: If Chris Sarandon had not starred in the movie; I would have not watched it. Powerful film and painful to watch at times. Considering the year it was made, the rape scenes in this movie are quite intense. I hated seeing Chris Sarandon in this light, but he was good at playing a psycho! Margaux and Mariel Hemingway and Anne Bancroft were good too. I was truly not expecting to find this movie as gripping as it turns out to be.

Jareth S (ca) wrote: Though the plot takes some painfully stupid twists and idiotic character actions to get from point A to point B and drag things out a bit longer, it's still a lot of OTT fun and has Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau as its burlesque showgirl revolutionaries.That wonderful 'TCM Imports' promo spot includes a few clips from this movie, which is what made me want to see it.

Robert B (ag) wrote: Jon M Chu is a terrible director

Spencer H (it) wrote: Probably one of the greatest animations of all time, Mulan is well made and beautifully animated.

Aditya M (es) wrote: One of the most visionary and important films to come out of India in years - 'Ship of Theseus' is a treat for the eyes and mind. Through three stories featuring a blind photographer, a monk and a stock trader, director Anand Gandhi presides over an existential debate that is almost mathematical in its beauty. The first two stories are perfectly written, and manage to touch the mystical notes that some of the greatest arthouse films have in the past. The third arc is a little too earthy for this film, and while I understand that Gandhi was probably trying to ground his movie and keep accusations of pretentiousness at bay, it slightly dampens the intellectual momentum of the movie and lands it a few inches short of perfection.