In post-World War II Estonia, Mait Kukemeri, an activist of the Young Communist League arrives to the Metsa collective farm in the back of a travelling cinema truck. As a commissary of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In post-World War II Estonia, Mait Kukemeri, an activist of the Young Communist League arrives to the Metsa collective farm in the back of a travelling cinema truck. As a commissary of the ...
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Ky K (gb) wrote: A horror film with a clever premise and unique setting, but despite the good attempt to create a chilling atmosphere, the movie is short in chills and thrills.
Christian C (ca) wrote: This film has Judd Nelson in it. Do you really need any reviews to know how bad it is? I suppose that's supposed to be some "clever" reference to Breakfast Club since they both involve annoying kids in detention halls after school hours -- but that type of shallow reference should give you insight into how tortured the scriptwriting is.
Walter M (br) wrote: While Kate(Elizabeth Mitchell) waits patiently in a gynecologist's office for her husband Ryan(Dane Cook), he is having sex with Tara(Aja Volkman), a young singer. Well, at least he manages to get a sperm sample. It is a good thing then that Kate has friends like Frankie(Julie Benz) who is heading the investigation behind the disappearance of a little girl where her chief suspect, Beckworth(Gerg Germann), makes the highly questionable and dangerous decision of flirting with her during on an interrogation. Professionally, Kate is a lawyer defending Drew's(Miranda Bailey) right to keep custody of Erik(Vincent Ventresca), her vegetative brother. Like any genre, that of interrelated stories can never be considered completely dead, no matter the harm done to it by mediocre movies like "Answers to Nothing" with has little in the way of a message or any recognizable human behavior.(No wonder Allegra(Kali Hawk) hates everything except for dogs.) Yes, there is the admittedly geekly thrill of seeing Elizabeth Mitchell and Julie Benz having a drink together but that's pretty much it. And while Mitchell is the best thing going in this terribly self-conscious mess, she is also distressingly given little to do.
Shane M (ca) wrote: Very funny and sad, but it's too inappropriate to have a PG-13 rating in my opinion, should've been directed by Tom Shadyac, and looked at more.
Gromek K (es) wrote: A to 2D rating R movie? Give me a break
Thrse F (ag) wrote: Extremely not interested
Wayne S (fr) wrote: This movie is misnamed. It should be called "Jeffrey and the Cannibal Hooker." Jeffrey is a nice Jewish man, a mild-mannered, not bad looking insurance salesman, who can't seem to get a date. The girls in the office pay no attention to him. He lives alone in a large house that he inherited from his mother, whom he took care of in her declining years. His siblings, a doctor and lawyer, see poor Jeffrey as something of an underachiever and fear he's sinking into depression. But Jeffrey decides to pay for sex and starts calling escort services, for companionship to fill his empty nights. He even tries to engage the call-girls in conversation and asks them out to dinner. The usual response is "I don't like to mix business with pleasure." But one night he encounters Pandora, a tall, exotic prostitute, with an odd hunger. It seems that her routine is to take the money up front, bed her "Johns," and then rip them apart with her rather strong teeth. They die from shock and blood loss, the sheets drenched in blood, while Pandora munches hungrily on bits of flesh and internal organs. (The effects are not the best, but effective enough for fans of this sort of Grand Guignol.) Pandora is somewhat smitten with Jeffrey because he treats her with respect. She gives him something none of the other hookers were willing to do... she shares an order-in meal and chats for a while. Of course, romance blossoms. Intercut with these scenes are darker ones involving a stalker who is hunting for Pandora, and he cuts a swath of torture and murder in his efforts to gain enough information to track her down. His kid brother, you see, was one of her midnight snacks. The stalker had procured her for his "slow" brother, and then he stepped out to buy some cigarettes. When he returned, he found little bro was just "leftovers." (The stalker, by the way, is played with a scary simmer by Joshua Nelson, the screenwriter of this bloodfest.) Meanwhile, Jeff and his dream girl are stepping out together. She feeds on her off nights away from him. One day in the park, he drops to one knee and asks her to be his wife. "I'll give you an answer," the ravenous redhead replies, "but first there's something about me you should know." That night she shows up with a drug-addled young girl in tow, and Jeffrey thinks she's offering him a threesome which he turns down. But no, she brought the girl along to demonstrate her dark secret, and she proceeds to slice and dice the young girl in front of Jeffrey to demonstrate just what it is that makes her different. Jeffrey is aghast, but his love for Pandora proves stronger than his aversion to cannibalism. He buries what's left of the female victim in his back yard, and agrees to try and work things out. Will Jeff and Pandora find a way to make this work? Will the love-smitten salesman be willing to help his sweetheart procure a steady supply of fresh meat if she gives up her trade? Will his family approve of a cannibal hooker who's not Jewish? Will the stalker arrive to mess things up, just when you think think this idyllic tale might have a happy ending? Well, I stayed around long enough to find the answers, and I think those of you with true drive-in sensibilities just might hang around too. Not great, not even good, but quirky and entertaining, "Skinned Alive" has enough yucks to help you forgive the fact that it's basically a low-budget exploitation film. To give you an idea of what we have here, imagine "Lars and the Real Girl" remade as a splatter film...
Mike O (es) wrote: Absolutley fantastic exploratory on one man's roles in the "war machine". While never, I think putting any undo political or moral constraints on the exploration. And as Gilliam said before the begining of Tideland "Don't forget to laugh."
Jim H (au) wrote: A father discovers a box of tapes and joins a band which covers his dead son's songs.With a soaring, remarkable soundtrack, fantastic, touching performances by the whole cast, and an almost unmatched story, William H. Macy's directorial debut is a tour de force. The first act is a compelling story about recovery, and the second act explores the relationship between Sam, Billy Crudup's grieving father, and Quentin, Anton Yelchin's young, insecure musician, but it's the third act that turns the entire story on its head in a reveal that's both surprising and completely natural.Overall, this indie drama is incredible.