Horatio Hornblower: Retribution

Horatio Hornblower: Retribution

Hornblower and the other officers of the Renown must return to Jamaica to face a court-martial and possible execution for their actions in relieving their unstable captain.

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FilmGrinder S (it) wrote: 79% Vincent insisted that the woman actor be lactating, which makes up for a very gnarley scene. Utters then that, I've seen it all before.

Hafis E (it) wrote: Touching, Amazing, Extraordinary !

WS W (jp) wrote: Though the outcomes are yet to be satisfactory, it is still quite pleasant to see how a Spanish comedy works.

Mike W (br) wrote: Dirty Dancing Havana Style!

Slvio T (ag) wrote: O delrio artstico de Crispin Glover (conhecido eternamente no cinema pelo personagem Mcfly de Back to the Future) certamente no palatvel s grandes massas consumidoras dos blockbusters hollywoodianos ou dos propagadores dos padres mais moralistas difundidos pelo conservadorismo. Filme de fortes influncias surrealistas, com poderosos ecos das obras de Buuel e Jodorowsky, "What is it?" requer pacincia similar ao de um homem que fita a lente de objetiva que, aos poucos, vai enfocando e produzindo uma imagem cujos componentes (ainda assim) no so formulaicos ou simplrios, mas de resoluo opaca e disforme. O que soa como um nmero de cenas mrbidas atiradas a esmo e sem conexo ao espectador, gradativamente expem um quebra cabeas repleto de elementos comuns fortemente distorcidos para compor uma histria densa e curiosa.Glover utiliza atores com sndrome de down (algumas parecem com retardamento severo), pessoas com problemas neurolgicos e dificuldades de fala, desconstri padres de beleza, desestigmatiza o sexo, proporciona uma releitura da violncia psicolgica e fsica interior aos diversos planos do filme, tudo de forma original e bem diferente de um clssico como Freaks, por exemplo. O filme bastante perturbador, incomoda, e h um impressionante dilogo entre a perversidade, o ldico, onrico, bizarro e o surreal. Vale a repetio de que no um filme comum e provavelmente no agradar a imensa maioria do pblico. Mas, para os amantes do cinema de arte, vale bastante a pena uma olhadela, se voc se propuser s esquisitices do filme.

Grant G (kr) wrote: Irresistibly Hilarious!

Grant B (ru) wrote: It's a cyborg werewolf... what's not to love?

Tyler S (de) wrote: A really good tale inspired by a locked in Mickey Rourke.The movie is the tale of a washed up wrestler who 20 years after his hay-day and top notch fame, tries to survive in the industry by doing whatever he can.He is old, his body is breaking down, his relationship with his daughter is breaking down, he is somewhat homeless, and he is still wrestling just trying to get by.It isn't a joyful tale, but the acting here is so good, you get drawn in to the performance of Rourke.It won't really uplift you, but it is really well made. It is made with a direction that makes it almost seem like a very good documentary.A real life portrait of a man who is hanging on by a thread based on the one thing he knows how to do well...Wrestle.

Eric F (gb) wrote: "That Hamilton Woman", directed by the legendary Hungarian producer Alexander Korda, is not exactly a subtle example of pro-British propaganda. Released in the midst of World War II, Korda's script quite obviously uses Napoleon Bonaparte allegorically as his Hitler. It's no wonder that the film is cited as the favorite of Winston Churchill, who was said to have seen it upwards of one hundred times. The film stars Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, the famous couple whose personal lives quite closely reflects that of Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. The two had a scandalous affair before wedding each other, although they would later divorce in 1961. Vivien Leigh, one of the period's most beloved screen actresses, was fresh off of her Academy Award win for 1939's "Gone with the Wind". Leigh's performance in "That Hamilton Woman" is often cited as one of her very best, and her demanding charisma is as prominent as ever now 68 years after the film's release. The framing device takes place in Calais, where a shabby English woman (Vivien Leigh) is persecuted for stealing a bottle of wine. She tells a fellow prisoner that her name is Emma, the once famous Lady Hamilton. The flashback takes us to 1786 and there we meet Emma as she arrives in Naples with her mother, Mrs. Cadogan-Lyon (Sara Allgood), at the mansion of Sir William Hamilton (Alan Mowbray, in a great performance). Emma, who had suspected that Hamilton's nephew was to wed her, is shocked to learn that the union will not happen. Shortly thereafter, however, it is Sir Hamilton himself that takes a liking to Emma, and soon makes her his wife.A few years later, the dashing Captain Horatio Nelson (Laurence Olivier) visits Sir William in an effort to request troops from Naples to aid in England's battle with France. He is sent away with many men thanks to Emma's help, but returns five years later with depleted resources. Naples is too intimidated by Napoleon Bonaparte to continue to stand behind England, but Emma, once again, comes through with assistance. Nelson, now visibly exhausted, is missing one hand and an eye, but such losses perhaps only further attract Emma to his tremendous feats of heroism.The film continues on, balancing scenes of war with scenes of romance on an equally spectacular scale, and it holds up as a highly involving, albeit cheesy, romantic drama. Although most of the action is off screen, there is one spectacular naval battle that displays some of the more impressive special effects and miniatures i've seen from that era. Olivier's performance is a bit hammy, however Leigh is overwhelmingly delightful, from her time as the flamboyant young doll to her later years as the broken vagabond.

Shane D (nl) wrote: Even as evil personified, there are times were Rusty's charisma can't be denied. A quality western right up there with some of the best from the last decade.

Kevin M W (mx) wrote: Good animation and decent vocal chops aid in the competent telling of several short stories all revolving around members of the intergalactic police force known in the DC pantheon as the Green Lantern Corp. It's less of an introduction and more of a catch up/put you up to speed. The flaw in this superhero's development remains though, and that is: just what are the limits of his powers? How is it that after all these years no one has blueprinted this character? It would certainly improve his accessibility.

Nellie K A (au) wrote: great movie and now I need to read the book in its original language.

Richard S (de) wrote: Funny,Funny...Funny. They had to hold it togeather with LUG NUUTS

Pancho T (de) wrote: Meh-- and I'm a huge Colin Firth fan! This was not their best work, but probably because it was based on a true story...

Edison H (jp) wrote: Bastante mediocre en la direccion aunq excelentes canciones y coreografias.