Ironiya sudby, ili S legkim parom!

Ironiya sudby, ili S legkim parom!

A group of old friends have a tradition of going to a public bathing house on New Years eve. Incidentally, too much vodka and beer makes two of them unconscious. The problem is that one of ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:drunk,   drunkenness,   car,  

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Farabi N (ru) wrote: bullshit movie..........

Kevin R (es) wrote: Back from the dead for real!A bio-tech firm with dreams of grandeur develops a skin regeneration system that allows them to recreate living dinosaurs. During one of their marketing campaigns, the dinosaurs escape into the city. The bio-tech firms will try to keep this under wraps and the local police and National Guard will have their hands full. Can a scientist and his daughter in the wrong place at the wrong time save the day?"It is about cool, kick-ass cool."Joseph Lawson, director of Nazis at the Center of the Earth, Clash of the Empires, Alone for Christmas, and the upcoming Adrennes Fury, delivers Age of Dinosaurs. The storyline for this is a little hokey and the special effects were disappointing. The cast delivers below average performances and includes Treat Williams, Ronny Cox, Max Aria, Joshua Michael Allen, Jillian Rose Reed, and Kelly Dolan."I'll distract him as long as I can."I grabbed this random horror movie off Netflix when I saw Treat Williams was in this stinker. I loved Williams in Deep Rising so I decided to give this a shot. Unfortunately, this was a disaster. Maybe if the dinosaurs looked a little better, a little more realistic, this could have been half entertaining. There's isn't much memorable from this film. I'd skip it under all circumstances."His final words were, of course, Rock and Roll."Grade: F

Dylan W (jp) wrote: It's a hilarious film. I really like the fact that how bout heart this movie has. The directing could've been better, but still really solid for Levitt first time be hide the chair. Good performances, good dialogue, and a fun plot to keep you interested in the story. Overall I'll say get it a watch.

Judith C (mx) wrote: been waiting to see this movie 4 ever, just found this app.

Jared E (kr) wrote: Cool. Budweiser is nasty. Dogfish Head is good.

Tomek S (ca) wrote: the everyday horror of dead spots (you can take any country you want). scary at times

John K (de) wrote: Once again Rotten Tomatoes misses the mark. Really good movie.

Bev C (au) wrote: Dumplings successfully disturbed me without the excessive splash of blood and use of odd objects to slice through flesh. It portrays the sickening extreme some people actually pursue to stay/be 'beautiful'.

Samuel F (br) wrote: i can honestly say that i have never seen a movie with this many gaping plot holes.

Brian C (ag) wrote: Lots of fun and many great moments, and creature designs. Let down by some really suspect acting. I'm looking at you Selma Blair.

Brendan R (fr) wrote: Eh. The reality of how the angels exist and interact with the world was a stretch. Also,not my type of movie.

amin m (es) wrote: i am speechless there's a scene in here where batman and man of steel had a serious talk :)

Mitchell W (jp) wrote: With this fourth installment, captured in Margaret Thatcher's Britain, the series' social and philosophical implications really take shape. Neil's story is by far the most affecting - the cracks of a stable, optimistic childhood growing and swallowing him up as he gets older. But even when these individuals lead ordinary, predictable lives, their stories remain compelling. Through them, the Jesuit maxim that gave this series its premise ("give me the child until he is seven and I will give you the man") implies a path set for them by the social order, one determined by class structure as well as social convention.Those who seemed most set at the age of 7 followed a blueprint of stability - that's not to say it was a calculated choice or even a conscious one, but for most of them, there is a sense of predetermination, a path that keeps them more or less comfortable but rigidly limits them in other ways. It's not something they complain about either; for the most part, they've settled into social complacency, regardless of their class or status. The handful of exceptions - like Peter and Neil - are on paths that are both unpredictable and uncertain.Even more significant are those who advance well beyond their social upbringing; you get a sense that restrictions within British society are so rigid, the best chance of breaking free is leaving the system altogether (as two individuals did, immigrating elsewhere). But when the film follows their stories with Neil, showing us the other side of "breaking free," the dull allure of conformity and complacency becomes sobering and clear.

Maggie F (kr) wrote: Difficult to watch Nicholas Ray in this state.

Michael W (ru) wrote: Horrifying musical fantasy with a daughter of Zeus coming to Earth to deliver Xanadu to a struggling artist in the form of a nightclub. I doubt that was what Samuel Coleridge Taylor had in mind when he wrote the poem. Tap-dancing, roller-skating, mannequins & wall murals coming to life and a country hoedown musical entry... all mind-boggling. Soundtrack has its high moments in the form of ELO's participation. Memorable but for all the wrong reasons.

Scott M (br) wrote: John Cusack is so good in this movie. He plays a writer who goes from hotel to hotel debunking horror stories for his books. This particular hotel, the Dolphin, is one that isn't a lie. I really liked it. There were actually 2 endings and the producers decided to chose the happy one where he survives. I liked the one where he dies more.

corinne e (mx) wrote: Wonderful animated film based on great poet's Kahlil Gibran's book The prophet, close to perfection, featuring a great diversity of stunning visual art from various artists.