Huddersfield is a Serbian film. Story is set in a small town in Serbia. Rasha is thirty, lives with his alcoholic father and trying, and failing, to make ends meet by giving literature lessons to teenage girls and hosting a program on the local radio, presenting new books and interviewing authors. Ivan, a promising judoist in his teenage years, has since had a history of neurosis, psychotic episodes, hospitalization, being heavily medicated, involvement in various occult groups and practices, prior to having been baptized in the Orthodox Church.
- Stars:Gerard Kearns, Matthew McNulty, Naomi Bentley, Goran Susljik, Nebojsa Glogovac, Damjan Kecojevic, Vojin Cetkovic, Suzana Lukic, Josif Tatic, Predrag Manojlovic, Sanja Popovic, Jelisaveta Sablic, Milan Tomic, Jovan Toracki,
- Director:Ivan Zivkovic,
- Writer:Ugljesa Sajtinac (play), Ugljesa Sajtinac (screenplay), Dejan Kraljacic (screenplay)
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Huddersfield torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Had more fun doing my taxes.
(br) wrote: Didn't even get through all of this one. Terrible terrible dialogue... Zombies are boring... Mockery of the good zombie movies for sure.
(it) wrote: This is a great movie, and really brings back the real music, that I wish we still had around. :)
(it) wrote: Was surprised :) it was quite funny...
(br) wrote: Robert Taylor was not loved by the Academy, so for all the classic films I've seen, I think this is the first I've seen starring him. MGM teamed up director Richard Thorpe, producer Pandro S. Berman, composer Mikls Rzsa, cinematographer Freddie Young, and Robert Taylor in the lead, all the same men who made Ivanhoe the previous year, for this Cinemascope film of pomp and drama. This is not based on The Once and Future King novels, but on the older Le Morte D'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, the same source that John Steinbeck adapted for his unfinished novel on King Arthur and his noble knights, which I recently read. Arthur establishes his one united kingdom not so much by magic but by political fighting amongst the various factions of many smaller kingdoms. He meets the beautiful Guinevere who also loves Lancelot. Arthur's half sister Morgan Le Fay and her son Modred enact treachery to expose Guinevere and Lancelot's wandering hearts. Despite all this centered around Arthur, Mel Ferrer as Arthur takes a back seat somewhat. The focus is firmly on Sir Lancelot, his heroics and his troubled soul as he fights to control his desire for Guinevere as not to betray Arthur, the king he has sworn to defend and uphold. Robert Taylor's deep voice commands attention, but the sword fights are not very exciting, the writing is mediocre, and MGM's imagined version of what is supposed to be the very early Middle Ages is quite far from the reality of life.
(ag) wrote: Melodrama at it's best. Fritz Lang is officially one of my favorite directors. My eyes where glued to the screen the entire time. What I really liked about the acting was the over the top emotion the characters gave. I guess it was okay to overact considering that this film features situations in which people would get emotional. I really liked the direction. I have noticed that I prefer direction style of the classics. I preferred the way the handled the camera back then. This featured some good production values. The think I really like about film noir is the art direction. Especially the costume design. Especially the costumes for the women. The best part about this is the writing. Very well thought out story. It was totally unpredictable. This is officially one of my favorites.
(mx) wrote: This was an entertaining movie, but it was nothing special. It had it's laughs here and their, but for the most part it was a cheesy Disney movie that shows a "G" rated version of college life.
(jp) wrote: Cheap and cheesy family comedy. It's more depressing than anything, with how shallow and commercialized Christmas has become. What's sad is how accurate the mobs going for the turbo man dolls these days with black Friday the way it is. Arnie tries his best, but it comes off too corny.
(fr) wrote: This is one of the most grossly overrated films of all time. It's simple plot, simple screenplay and light dialogue must have taken the groupthink of Hollywood critics by surprise to have showered such praise on an amateurish film. I am certain that the producers were as surprised as I was that the $4M budget movie went on to make $120M at the box office, and win Oscars for Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Screenplay. She was nominated for Best Director in this, her 2nd only feature, at the time when Martin Scorcese had never won an Oscar as a director in his career - absolutely shameful. Do you think her father Francis had anything to do with it? Bill Murray takes a serious turn in much non-acting and little dialogue here. I remember feeling angrily frustrated with the ending when I saw this at the theatre. However, the feeling dissipated as quickly as it came after I realized the film was not worth such emotional investment.
(us) wrote: I wasn't keen on the storyline for this movie and lost interest quite fast. There were a couple of funny parts but the 2 children in it were quite irritating.
(gb) wrote: 82% Certified Fresh & on tv tonight @ 19-10 on Film4
(gb) wrote: After Pam Grier, Fred Williamson is my favourite actor from the Blaxploitation era. Art Lund is a right nasty **** as the bent copper McKinney. Throughout the flick there is great evidence of 'Larry Cohen's maverick film making as Joe Public look confused as he shoots without a permit. An enjoyable flick and the James Brown soundtrack is unbelievable.