HOW TO START A REVOLUTION is the remarkable untold story of Nobel Peace Prize nominee Gene Sharp, the world's leading expert on non-violent revolution. This new film (from first time ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Salam A (ca) wrote: if you're a fan you'll love it, if you aren't it isn't enough to turn you into one
Karsh D (de) wrote: Based on the true story of the 18th and 19th people pulled alive from the wreckage. To be brutally honest, the real horror of that day is still so fresh in the memory any film based on it will always seem that bit stronger for it.
Ts Yeung Yvonne P (kr) wrote: What a strange film. I stay up until 3:30am to watch it on TV, because both Charlottes are fascinating to watch. But I must say I should have gone to bed. The film is exhausting and it takes you no where. The first dinner scene caught my attention and then the rest is lost.
michiel s (au) wrote: one of the better comedies i have seen dark just the way i like it. one of rdj's best rolls watch if you have the time
Matthew K (us) wrote: This was an enjoyable, imaginative, funny, original, and at parts rather deep film, which I would find perfect in most cases. I just really, REALLY wish that I could relate to the characters more... and I don't mean the lead roles, just ANY part in this film that would give me a perspective to view from would be helpful. But its not the case, and whether that is for better or for worse, this film definitely stands out as a case of genuine intent to make something artful, during a film period when many gems like this are easily ignored and forgotten. This film by no means deserves that fate. 4/5
Chowa W (kr) wrote: excelente actuacin por parte de Stephen Fry.
Alexander C (mx) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
Yann F (ca) wrote: Un beau sujet gache par la realisation kitschissime de Ken Russell et une B.O. epouvantable, composee au synthe. "Gothic" raconte les folles soirees, sur les rives du Lac Leman, au debut du XIXe siecle, des ecrivains romatiques Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley et John Polidori. Au menu : spiritisme, amour libre, histoires de fantomes et de vampires, trips cauchemardesques au laudanum. C'est lors de ce sejour en Suisse que Mary Shelley, encore traumatisee par la perte d'un enfant, ecrivit "Frankenstein". Le casting est plutot bon (Gabriel Byrne en Lord Byron, Timothy Spall en Polidori), il y a quelques bonnes idees, mais c'est filme et monte grossierement, comme un mauvais telefilm fantastique des annees 80. Vraiment dommage.
Jeremy S (gb) wrote: The first is usually the best and the case applies here. First time they teamed up and a very neat picture