In the Land of Wonders

In the Land of Wonders

Still today, years after the war, some regions are contaminated with broken families, poverty, crime and low-grade uranium. In the middle of nowhere in Western Herzegovina, at a NATO military training range, a nine-year-old girl called Alica, together with her uncle Valentin, collects shells and scraps of grenades to sell on the black market. Valentin dies of cancer, Alica's diagnosis is not good but there's no money for therapy. Alica's journey through the Land of Wonders begins.

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Kurt F (jp) wrote: 9/11/15 I just didn't really care about the characters. So I didn't care about their story. Julia Roberts character is just a bitch THe only thing that the film has going for it is that it is not the usual Rom-Com formula. It's actually not quite clear who the love story is between for the first 2/3rds of the film. I found that there was almost no chemistry between the two stars, so some of the other reviews surprised me. Not really worth the time.

Oussama B (ru) wrote: Pour un film Franais ... il est accept mon avis ...

Dennis b (mx) wrote: This is war. Been there, it's real.

Goran M (it) wrote: If you ever feel like giving up doing something that you love, just watch this...

Mloy X (gb) wrote: Sondra Pransky (Scarlett Johansson): I wouldn't be surprised if he asked me to marry him someday. Sid Waterman (Woody Allen): You come from an orthodox family, would they accept a serial killer? Of all the Woody Allen films I have had the pleasure of watching, this may have been the worst. Allen was his usual neurotically charming self and Hugh Jackman was creepily charismatic but he seemed ill-at-ease with his role. This may be the shallowest attempt at acting I've ever seen him do. Scarlett Johansson was uncharacteristically awful, which was really surprising because she started as an indie-darling, so you'd think this should be the kind of projects she would excel in. I mean, she can really act but I guess just not in this film apparently. I don't know what happened but it felt as if she wasn't initially slated for the Sondra part and had to sub last minute because it didn't appear like she knew her lines or didn't even have time to rehearse them. Or maybe she was told or tried to adlib some of the lines with disastrous results. Also, what's more disturbing than her inability to act was that her character, Sondra, had more chemistry with Allen's character, Sid, than she did with Jackman's character. I was half rooting for Sondra and Sid to end up together. The plot was somewhat interesting and the humor even though a little dark was still pretty funny; unfortunately for this film, the two lead's paltry performances just killed any credibility this film could have had.

April V (ca) wrote: The one and only reason that this is two stars is Graham Chapman. I don't think Cheech and Chong are funny in anything they do, ever. If they hadn't been in this, it would have been at least three stars.

Josep P (ca) wrote: Pauline en la playa [1983]

Leland P (fr) wrote: Was funny... these 2 guys film still stand up today.