Hitler in Colour
Documentary using only original colour footage charts the 12 years from Adolf Hitler's rise to power to the fall of Berlin in 1945. Complemented by eyewitness material, tracks the dramatic transformation of Germany into a Nazi state, looks into Hitler's relationship with his lover Eva Braun and replicates pivotal events, including Nazi rallies, the invasion of Poland, Hitler's meeting with Lloyd George, the horrors of Buchenwald concentration camp, Warsaw's Jewish Ghetto, the Battle of Britain and the fall of Berlin.
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(ca) wrote: In Paterson, "time" plays prominent a role. Paterson wakes himself every morning, though each morning along the week the film follows he awakens a little later every day. It's another one of those metaphors that populate the film and rise it to such intriguing prominence. The film is completely engrossing, almost soothing, in a way, as it explores relative day-to-day simplicity against incredible, nuanced complexity. Adam Driver is magnificent, one of the finest performances of the past few years across the cinema landscape.
(de) wrote: Ok in all honestly wtf did I just watch. If they were trying to make a movie to make me feel as uncomfortable and weird as possible they did their job . I only give reviews of movies that suck btw
(br) wrote: Decent entertainment with a few too many clichs thrown in, especially at the end.
(fr) wrote: A beautiful and intimately touching documentary about a dedicated and caring teacher in a one-room school in rural France, The students with all their unique, colorful personalities range from ages 3 to 11 and all learn to live and learn alongside one another. There were two parts that caused me to tear up. Sometimes we follow the students into their homes and watch them do their homework and chores. Sometimes we watch them go on field trips and get into fights and then forgive each other. The teacher upholds a firm yet gentle and sensitive approach to the children. It was a wonderful film that re-ignited my passion once again to teach.
(jp) wrote: The Stepford Wives (1975 original) meet The Faculty -- both of which are MUCH better films than this one. The formulaic, predictable plot shows completely through the flat, cliched dialog, and lackluster acting performances. The comedic relief or gripping horror that could distract the viewer from it (formula plot predictability) and keep interest are both lacking. The basic premise and concept held promise; execution in screenplay, script and direction fail to deliver. It's a film I might have gone to see at the drive-in when my date and I wanted to pay more attention to each other than watching the film.
(ru) wrote: Pretty good revenge flick. Kevin Bacon is excellent. Extremely violent too - so avoid if that's not your thing!
(us) wrote: So where to start?! Okay, it can well argued that the original Jaws is a masterpiece, I believe it's good. But not a masterpiece, but this is a whole another of awful. Taking the story back to the Brody Family could have worked, if the best character wasn't dead and every other member of his family was just plain unlikable. Nothing about any of these people is interesting or worthwhile. But that's not the biggest problem here, oh no. The absolute worst thing about this movie is the plot. Why is the shark coming after them, revenge you might say, it's in the title. How? How does this shark know to go after them? Is it the same shark surviving, is it a relative, and is it a vengeful zombie shark?! Nothing about the premise makes sense. Jaws is a movie that just doesn't lend itself to sequels. One was unnecessary, but two more after that? Hey Hollywood, sometimes it's okay to let films stand by themselves. Not everything needs to be a 'cinematic universe'. Lord knows not something like this, especially this.
(gb) wrote: sequel?! say whaaat??!
(it) wrote: you should put the full movie on .
(ca) wrote: Memento (2000) Calificacin: 9.0/10
(gb) wrote: Grade - B-This review is of the Director's Cut-'Watchmen' is truly a beautiful thing to behold, with Zack Snyder really outdoing himself. It's easily his best movie to date, with a complex yet fluent narrative, great performances and an different (but awesome) soundtrack. Although its running time is far too long, the last 30 minutes are touch-and-go, and the movie has to deal with arguably too many plot points, Watchmen succeeds as both an adaptation of the graphic novel and as a movie in its own right. Definitely underrated.