Godard, Miéville and Gorin (aka the "Dziga Vertov Group") examine the parallel lives of two families - one French, one Palestinian - using an exploratory combination of film and video. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Godard, Miéville and Gorin (aka the "Dziga Vertov Group") examine the parallel lives of two families - one French, one Palestinian - using an exploratory combination of film and video.
- Stars:Jean-Luc Godard,
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Adam B (es) wrote: This third installment of The hangover series goes in a total different direction. which is good...
Ram D (es) wrote: Feel Good, Great Dialogues, Great Music (background score), Great Acting....
Brandon V (br) wrote: Pretty standard fare. There's nothing really remarkable about it one way or the other.
KARLA E (it) wrote: love Keaton in this..
Andres E (kr) wrote: Powerful, emotional, and finely acted, fresh takes a look in the hood in a kids point of view...one of the 90s best
Tim D (au) wrote: Critters is running out of steam at this point, even for an 80s low budget franchise. Early showing from Leo DiCaprio though.
Lee M (de) wrote: Relatively subdued, Pryor is in poor command of his audience, who are restless and rude. He frequently has to stop for hecklers, many incredulous of his sobriety. But Pryor is more than a comedian in this film: He's a social commentator, and a man talking honestly about himself.
Colin F (gb) wrote: Quite a disturbing film, but still bloody good at the same time. Includes a very early appearence by Manuel (Andrew Sachs) getting his head cut off! Only 2mins into film! 70s dodgy horror at its best. Sheila Keith is frightening in this film (The scene on the train is just bizare and disturbing) she was such as underated actress. A great horror film that can make Silence of the Lambs look like Andy Pandy
Sgt C (ca) wrote: (42%) A rather bland action flick that gets by with fun turns by Roger Moore and Anthony (Psycho) Perkins, but apart from that this is nothing other than a forgettable and slightly lame "Die hard" at sea yarn.
Aj V (it) wrote: If they wanted to make a soft core exploitation picture, they should have made it and kept the vampire plot out of it, because it doesn't help the story anyway. It could help the story, but they don't allow it to develop that way.
cli o (au) wrote: no thanks not my thing