Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Suess

Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Suess

Though almost forgotten today, Veit Harlan was one of Nazi Germany's most notorious filmmakers. His most perfidious film was the treacherous anti-Semitic propaganda film Jud Süß ...

Though almost forgotten today, Veit Harlan was one of Nazi Germany's most notorious filmmakers. His most perfidious film was the treacherous anti-Semitic propaganda film Jud Süß ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Swathi S (ru) wrote: its just awesome movie....

Christina A (jp) wrote: Ain't enough stars...how about every star in the sky.***********************************************

Egemen K (it) wrote: "labyrinth" of passion! oh boy oh boy! what a movie! Pedro Almodovar as always! Man, I just love him!

Nick R (nl) wrote: This is a movie, that attempts to tackle extremely risqu themes in the most obscure manner possible. While I'm sure the director had a deep complex meaning for the film, it was lost on me by the goofiness of it. Luckily, thanks to having a good friend watch it with me, I had an absolute riot of a time in the theatre.

Therese O (kr) wrote: I am glad that I finally saw this film. Valerie Perrine is amazing. And Dustin Hoffman is so much better than he is today in horrible films like the Fockers and Rainman etc. The look of the film is amazing. Bob Fosse always did go for a stunning visual. All in all a great film.

Michael H (de) wrote: The 57-year-old Barbara Stanwyck,in her last theatrical appearance, co-stars with her real-life 53-year-old husband of eleven years, Robert Taylor, whom she divorced before filming. They previously, before their marriage, made two films together.For those looking for the film's pros: theopening animated montage isamusing and the wedding ceremony taking place in a deserted chapel filled withmannequins is chilling.

Samuel C (mx) wrote: An interesting premise ruined by unlikable characters and a underspirited meanness.

Nate W (fr) wrote: In many ways the archetypal showbiz film, "42nd Street" would inform the 'let's-put-on-a-show' style of Hollywood musical that would be seen in later endeavors such as "Gold-diggers of 1933", "Babes in Arms", "Strike Up the Band", etc. The main attractions, as always, are Busby Berkeley's brilliantly conceived dance numbers. The lavish finale to this effort is stamped by such showstoppers as the titular "42nd Street". Naturally, there's plenty of filler padding out the run time, but unlike less successful movies of the genre, it's still reasonably entertaining and well put together.

Frederik M (us) wrote: I love vampires but I am very tired of Dracula movies because every Dracula movie that is made is based on Bram Stoker's book of the same name and it's always the same thing again and again and again and many of the films does not dracula character justice and is very forftelige and boring. it's only film as Francis Coppola's Dracula and the old dracula 1931 are good, and now dracula untold which is a film that really mixes history with fiction in a cool way. they use the same inspriration as Stoker did when he wrote Dracula book, but just take it further and make dracula an anti-hero who will do everything to save his country and his family.dracula untold is a great movie that makes dracula cool again, instead of making him into a sexy vampire looking for love.this is really a great movie filled with action and a good plot. i would recommend this film to all vampire fans.

Tim M (it) wrote: "Drop Zone" takes skydiving and Busey from Point Break and makes them central to the plot with great effect. 80's director Badham (Short Circuit, WarGames) keeps things exciting in this starkly pre-9/11 heist flick starring Snipes and Busey.

Donald M (ca) wrote: a telling story of islamic justice. granted, the english should not have been there in the first place, but the 100% slaughter of the garrison says it all.