John Lennon, David Bowie, Julian Lennon, and Yoko Ono Lennon are featured in this portrait of the life of musician John Lennon. A documentary about former Beatle John Lennon, narrated by Lennon himself, with extensive material from Yoko Ono's personal collection. This feature-film biography of the legendary rock musician includes previously unseen footage from Lennon's private archives, as well as interviews with his first wife Cynthia, second wife Yoko Ono and sons Julian and Sean. Narrated in Lennon's own voice, IMAGINE was taken from the 240 hours of personal film and video from the star's private collection. Directed by Andrew Solt (who is also responsible for the rockumentary THIS IS ELVIS,) this unique film gives fan a look at the enigmatic, innovative, and often changing pop revolutionary that is unavailable anywhere else.
Igor T (fr) wrote: Very sad, but extremely well-executed drug addict documentary from Finland.
Oscar P (gb) wrote: La peor produccin espaola que he visto...
Oscar G (us) wrote: Algo mas que un homenaje.
Colby H (gb) wrote: Skyfall was the success that people were waiting for, and thank God that it came and was good! One of 007s missions goes wrong putting MI6 in danger. 007 must help M (Judi Dench) and deal with Silva, (Javier Bardem) a man from M's past. Skyfall was an amazingly directed film. It was a relief to get this after we witnessed Quantum of Solace. We also witnessed the good that this film did to the genre. As this movie along with Casino Royale will most likely become classics in the future. The antagonist, Silva, was a very intimidating villan. One of the more realistic of the series, he had a proper entry to the story. He is brought together with compelling diolauge.Over all, Skyfall is the second best Daniel Craig Bond film. a true example of the franchise. 5/5 stars
Philipp M (it) wrote: Heavy with morals but a little slow and overly long.
Kimberly D (br) wrote: this is probably the most beautifully photographed & well-acted film i've seen this year. stark, simple, modern & brutally real.ekateryna rak is definitely in the running for my best female lead nod.a must see.top tenable.
Umy B (kr) wrote: I'm a sucker for neo-noir. This one is pretty awesome and fun to watch
cli o (ag) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Mohammed A (nl) wrote: The first movie was better than this
Ross T (kr) wrote: The English dubbing I had to sit through for this movie was just awful, it should be illegal to dub foreign films!
Joseph B (br) wrote: What the fuck am I watching?
Khelsey B (nl) wrote: I really want to see this movie
Wendy C (gb) wrote: Piss poorly done and heelarious.
George F (fr) wrote: Repulsion follows Carol (Catherine Deneuve), a young Belgian girl that moved with her older sister in England. Carol is a beautiful, timid girl that works in a beauty salon, constantly having to halt the advances of various men. The balance that she has found (not without effort ) in her life, begins to crack when her sister declares that she will go in Italy for holidays with her married boyfriend. When Carol is left alone, we begin to notice exactly how frayed are the ends of her sanity. After that first few minutes of the film there are two things that strike the viewer. The first is simple, it stares right at you, it is Deneuve's breathtaking beauty. The second is more subtle, it is Polanski's steel grasp. It feels that he has total control of every frame; every shot tells you what he wants to tell you, without requiring effort from your part; every single detail sets the mood the way he wants it to, without the need to result in tricks. His austere, but firm grasp reminded me the way the classic silent films were directed, and from he top of my head I cannot remember a "talkie" that matches this feeling I describe -Harakiri (1962) comes close. If we compare Repulsion with Persona (1966), both excellent films share a lot of sub-themes, we notice that while Polanski makes it easy for us to be engulfed by the film, Bergman demands a lot from us. To be fair, Persona is more complex, but my argument still stands I believe. A good example of what I'm describing is when after the first act, you sense that something is wrong, simply because of Carol's slightly uncombed hair. And there are a lot of things going wrong. Carol, alone in her apartment, has to find balance between her repulsion of men's vulgarity, and the senses that her body craves -and knows fully well that it is those abhorrent men that will provide them. To paraphrase Placebo: "She wants the sin without the sinner". Carol's journey until her inevitable plunge into madness, is one of haunting beauty, without requiring cinephile tendencies to enjoy. A dark masterpiece. 8.5/10.
Scott R (mx) wrote: My first Marx brothers film, I love it.
Tim S (br) wrote: Since my early days of childhood, Back to the Future has been one of my favorite and most enjoyable movie experiences. It's one of those movies where there's not one wrong note and everything comes together perfectly. The cast is genuine and wonderful and everyone gives top notch performances, even the under-credited Crispin Glover. Christopher Lloyd is just fantastic, as always. And I can't go by without giving Michael J. Fox props, because he's one of my all time heroes from film and television. Thankfully the film still looks fresh thanks to the cinematography of Dean Cundey. Sure the story's dated by being set in the 1980's, but I think the subject matter is very forgiving of that. I also can't go by without mentioning the film's score. It's absolutely phenomenal, and epic in scale for a film that's not really all that epic. It really doesn't need it but yet it can't live without it. It's just one of those magical pieces of music that blends incredibly-well into the fabric of the film. Overall, it's just a fantastic slice of filmmaking with an overall classic feel that somehow makes it timeless and forever accessible to audiences all over the world.
Simon D (mx) wrote: Another one of the batch of "Hood" films that came out in the 90's. There isn't much different about this one to all of the others, apart from no attempt at comedy in here. It's still a decent film, just will always blend into the era defining genre.