Using almost no dialogue, the film follows a number of residents (both human and animal) of a small rural community in Hungary - an old man with hiccups, a shepherdess and her sheep, an old woman who may or may not be up to no good, some folk-singers at a wedding, etc. While most of the film is a series of vignettes, there is a sinister and often barely perceptible subplot involving murder.
- Stars:Ferenc Bandi, Józsefné Rácz, József Forkas, Ferenc Nagy, Ferencné Virág, Mihályné Király, Mihály Király, Eszter Ónodi, Attila Kaszás, Szimonetta Koncz, Gábor Nagy, Jánosné Gyõri, Edit Nagy, János F. Kovács, Mihályné F. Kovács,
- Director:György Pálfi,
- Writer:György Pálfi
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(kr) wrote: Gerard Butler plays the hardened criminal come Gods disciple as he turns his back on his troubled life to help kids in war torn Sudan
(ru) wrote: Dark Feed (Michael and Shawn Rasmussen, 2013)I'm not entirely sure what possessed me to give Dark Feed a go. I mean, it was kind of doomed from the start. But still, I figured there might still be a touch of meat left on those old bones. And I still believe that, somewhere, there might be. It is not to be found here, however.Premise: a film crew rents an abandoned, and supposedly haunted, asylum for a bit. They move in, set up shop, and start filming a low-budget horror movie. But soon enough they discover that either they've got a psycho in their midst or the place really is haunted.Sound familiar? It should if you've watched a few horror movies. This is a run-of-the-mill haunted house flick with the requisite bevy of attractive women and brainless men. There's one character who points to the Rasmussen brothers intending this as a satire of the movie industry (or perhaps just the big studio system), but if so, that message kind of got lost in the mix; it's certainly not done here as well as it is in, say, Golia's Killer Shrimps. I ended up feeling like if they'd puched the envelope anywhere at all in this movie, done one thing different than everyone else making low-budget DTV horror, I might have found something more to enjoy in it. Sadly, that was not the case. * 1/2
(au) wrote: Why is Olallo Rubio so eager in making movies when he is just not meant for that? Maybe he'd be able to succeed if only he could manage to achieve something if only he was able to turn down the volume on his extremely radical and so-called-philosophical ramblings.
(kr) wrote: I remember having a couple of Turok comics as a kid, and then when Valiant Comics reintroduced the character in the late 90's, so it was nice to see that they did a movie. While not the best animated movie that I have seen in the last while, it was a very solid movie that has some great action, although very bloody, so if you have trouble with the sight of blood, even animated blood, then this is not the film for you. Afterall, Blood follows blood.
(us) wrote: Un film drole et cynique sur deux handicaps qui profitent de la piti des gens.
(ca) wrote: Many people say it's a rip off of various American action and Sci-Fi movies, and that's quite true. However they do avoid certain clichs (for instance, the fight scenes and the car chasing scenes don't last forever), and the acting is much better than in most American action movies.
(br) wrote: great morals behind it
(ag) wrote: Better then i expected , fun and cool action at times and Mister Walken as the bad boss of the jungle . I saw the movie " Welcome to the Jungle " wich is the same ! SOMDVD
(kr) wrote: One of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen. The scenery in Iceland is stunning; I've wanted to travel there ever since. The story is very moving too.
(ru) wrote: Pretty much the template for every disaster movie in the 70's. It plays and looks like it was made for TV, and has one of those casts with an a list star, a foreign actress and a sports star. Another obvious inspiration for "Airplane!".
(fr) wrote: Beautifully matched dance partners Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse, dark undertones (Kelly: "Sometimes I don't think I'm capable of loving anyone."), a biting Billy Wilder sense of New York (carried mostly by Van Johnson's hilariously cynical foil), a high-concept plot, oh, and finally, thank you Vincente Minnelli for introducing me to the color yellow.
(us) wrote: An A-list cast in a lackluster animated film that doesn't offer much for adult audiences.