A view from a helicopter of the ten Canadian provinces in 1966. The result is a big, beautiful and engrossing bird's-eye portrait of the country. Nothing here is quite the same as seen ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A view from a helicopter of the ten Canadian provinces in 1966. The result is a big, beautiful and engrossing bird's-eye portrait of the country. Nothing here is quite the same as seen ...
- Stars:Stanley Jackson,
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Laveese W (de) wrote: This movie is a demon movie alright
Aaron G (gb) wrote: Sorry Saw, but it takes more than just gore to be engaging.
Rebecca C (ca) wrote: Any movie that has fart jokes, a horrid screenplay, boredom, trash-talking animals and a movie targeted for those who have no intelligence is trouble. Avoid this one at all costs.
Keaton B (ru) wrote: It's a breath of fresh air to watch this compelling directorial debut from Jeff Nichols, having watched "Mud". Southern-fried filmmaking, thy name is Jeff Nichols.
Panta O (it) wrote: Unusual Swedish horror about Annika, a medical doctor, who gets work at the local hospital in a small town in northern Sweden. Annika is keen to work with her idol, geneticist Professor Gerhard Beckert. However Beckert's sinister past in the Waffen-SS soon catches up with him when a couple of pill-popping interns mistake an experimental vaccine for party drugs. Get the popcorn and few friends and scream together!
Marko J (kr) wrote: This Norwegian film weaves together multiple stories that all come together in a satisfying finale. This is beautifully shot with vibrant colours, and an excellent screenplay; altogether one of the best films I have seen recently, and a film with a big heart.
Julie M (kr) wrote: Has all the markings of a movie I should like. But I don't.
Ryan S (de) wrote: Some parts are great, and it has an amazing, Gothic look and feel. However, too many things in this movie disappoint.
Edmundo L (us) wrote: An interesting premise - and an interesting clash of cultures one would not have previously thought of. The scene with the roasted sheep-heads, which are emblematic of Icelandic food culture (the other being rotten shark [!]) was especially telling.
Pedro S (fr) wrote: I don't like Ellen Barkin!!
Sherry L (fr) wrote: A basic story with Ginger Rodgers as leading lady, playing a hard working young girl at a supermarket, selling Donald Duck-toys. It's christmas and she's working her last days for the mall, since most of the employes must go when christmas is over. She passes by an old lady who is just about to leave a little basket containing a baby, at the doorstep of the orphanage. She picks it up to soothe the crying baby and then leave it at the orphanage. The staff, assumes that the baby is hers and give her some accusing looks and indicting remarks. Well, one thing leads to another and Ginger realises that by keeping the baby and pretending it's her, she even gets the chance to keep her job. Ginger Rodgers at her best. Her performance is outstanding. David Niven is good as well, as son of her boss, who eventally starts courting her. Type example of a good classic feel-good comedy! And yes, it's even better than The Major and the Minor. You don't have to be a classics geek to appreciate this!
Abel D (fr) wrote: Salome's adaptation of France's legendary gentleman-thief can certainly be admired for its ambition, being an amply budgeted French action-adventure film, and boasting a cast that includes distinguished English actress Kristin Scott Thomas as the scene stealing villain, but ultimately suffers from an indecisive script that wants to be the Jack-Of-All-Trades/definitive Lupin film, going from simple popcorn fun with some well shot action and good effects, such as a bombing in a restaurant, to some kind of biopic, the last 20 minutes especially feeling really rushed and showing a lack of faith for the possibility of a sequel and future tales in the titular thief's life.
Teresa S (kr) wrote: (1993 Dorectpr"
Tatyana P (nl) wrote: Why do Americans always choose foreigners as their leaders? The Crimpson Jihat are the most charming characters in this movie..
Tracey c (ca) wrote: Haven't seen the film yet...