Iluminados por el fuego
The suicide of an old soldier buddy brings up some old memories for an Argentinian man.
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Marshall C (us) wrote: My god; a real life Spinal Tap, only the band doesn't know it! Anvil! is a heartwarming homage to classic 80's metal, the human spirit, and devotion to ones craft all while balancing humor and drama. Recommended.
David S (ag) wrote: Pubertos, hormonas, chantaje y un asesino WCM, en resumen es lo que te encuentras en Acolytes (2008), un filme inglesde terror acerca de 3 chavitos que presencian un crimen yluego tratan de extorsionar al criminal.Esta bueenaa con excepcion de esos ruiditos ultra agudosque metian en algunas escenas, supongo para incomodar a laaudiencia de acuerdo a lo que sentia la victima en el momento.SOURCE: Acolytes.2008.DVDRiP.XViD-FiCO
John C (br) wrote: [color=black][font=Tahoma]Stone Reader is an interesting and well-made documentary about the search for a long-lost author who wrote one great book and then disappeared. The movie covers over two years of the director's life as he travels the country in search of the illusive author. The movie, in general, fascinating but it seems at point to be overly drawn-out. There are points when it appears that the director delays finding the author for the sake of talking to yet another former colleague. The interviews are in-depth and interesting. They are honest in a way that you generally don?t get from TV interviews? it was almost as if some of the interviewees didn?t think that the film would actually get released. The payoff at the end is worth it? as you get a glimpse of the subject-author and what has become of his life. It?s not a pretty picture. It?s a solid documentary, maybe not in the league of Capturing the Friedman?s, but it?s very good. [/font][/color]
Eric N (kr) wrote: The first was one of the best horror/scifi/action films of the 90s. This is a typical straight-to-video sequel that is challenging to sit through.
Matthew S (de) wrote: Not a bad film, but far from worthy of what I expect from Franois Ozon -- who once seemed to be on his way to the most important French Film Artist. What happened?
Melissa D (fr) wrote: John Cusack is awesome, so I might give this a shot.
Jon H (de) wrote: Fine little B Movie, but bears almost no resemblance to real life. His gang, the lady in red, etc., are complete figures of the scripter's imagination. Probably would've been better if the main character wasn't Dillinger, but a fictitious gangster. Stick with the superior 1973 version instead.
Farron K (au) wrote: 3/5 Stars. A decent film, if pretty empty of plot. The director admitted he structured it very much like a proto-Seinfeld, where the everyday stuff that goes on is the story in and of itself. That said, it doesn't flow nearly as well and just kind of plods along without much direction. It's meant to be a Guy Film, in that it's primarily about a group of young guys doing young guy stuff: fighting, arguing, chasing girls, driving fast cars, etc.Ironically, I found the most compelling portion of the film to be the scenes involving Mickey Rourke (who is damn near unrecognizable to the modern eye) and Ellen Barkin, as well as the prelude featuring Daniel Stern (Marv from Home Alone, wut), which covered Barkin's character's failing marriage to Stern's and her subsequent comfort found in the arms of Rourke. Barkin's acting in these scenes was superb, I should note. Rourke had been the suave playboy up to this point in the film, and seduced Barkin into having sex with him so as to pay off a debt (long spoiler story), but just as he's about to get her to the apartment, he decides it's wrong. The film does a good job of building Rourke up as fairly unscrupulous, so this comes as a bit of a surprise. A couple of other scenes troll modern cinematic expectations well earlier on (the accident and the knife scenes), which I thought was interesting and meta.One of the highlights of the movie is the authenticity. The cars are classic 1950s, and there is a large slate of songs played mostly via radio that are rather corny by today's standards, but were current then and add to the immersion.Overall, worth a watch if you're into guy movies or period pieces set in the '50s.
Eric S (es) wrote: Join everyone's favorite characters for the all new original movie, "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash." Director Rick Morales is in familiar territory as the man who helmed "LEGO DC Super Heroes: Justice League - Attack of the Legion of Doom!," "Beware the Batman," "and Green Lantern: The Animated Series." Writer James Krieg is known for his work as a scribe for "LEGO DC Super Heroes: Justice League - Attack of the Legion of Doom!," "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," and "Teen Titans Go!" Voice actors include Troy Baker ("Batman: Arkham City"), Nolan North ("Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League"), Grey Griffin ("Star Wars Rebels"), James Arnold Taylor ("Star Wars: The Clone Wars"), and Phil LaMarr ("Justice League).Villainous super-computer Brainiac (Phil LaMarr) decides to add Earth to his collection of worlds in "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash." The members of the team of super heroes will stop at nothing to fight back. Scattered through time by Brainiac's devious schemes, they'll have to reunite to save the world. My son really enjoyed "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash." He took the time to give it his review. He stated, "Brainiac, the collector of worlds, has found a planet that comes between DZ and EB. He has taken captive of that world. Superman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman have been shot into different times. Wonder Woman is the Queen of the Cave in the time of dinosaurs. Green Lantern is the ship's cleaner in the time of pirates. Thunder Lad, Saturn Girl, and Cosmic Boy fight Brainiac-Superman in the future. "What I like about 'LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash' is Brainiac's super ship because it has many guns on it. I don't like Supergirl because of her whining. 'Cosmic Clash' is a movie everyone should see," Nine-year-old Ephraim told me."LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash" is not rated and for a general audience. Of course there's the typical comic book violence. However, there's always a lighthearted tone to everything.There's not much when it comes to bonus material for "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash." A gag reel entitled "The Justice League: Caught on Camera" is included as a special feature. All our cherished super heroes "candidly" cause hilarity for everyone to enjoy.Any aged fan of super heroes will find something entertaining and funny when watching "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash." With a good balance of female and male role models to latch onto, it's the perfect film for a quiet night at the house with the whole family. DC and LEGO have once again proved their partnership together is a genuine success.