Jake's Closet takes you back through childhood in a suspenseful and deeply moving story that dives deep into the mind of a little boy under the stress of a fractured family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jake's Closet takes you back through childhood in a suspenseful and deeply moving story that dives deep into the mind of a little boy under the stress of a fractured family.
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Michael S (it) wrote: Long, violent, depressing and epic. Warriors of the Rainbow is 270 minutes of war that echoes the likes of films such as Braveheart. If you like historical epics, then you owe it to yourself to seek out this incredibly ambitious film. It sometimes falls short of it's goals, but when something is reaching this high thats forgivable.
Marieve D (kr) wrote: great acting, great story plus great music = 2 hours very nicely spent
Terry S (ru) wrote: I agree that this is a pro-soldier film, though not necessarily pro or anti war. It brings to light the conflicts soldiers face at home; conflicts we often equate to the viet nam era soldiers. I don't agree that it exaggerated the conflicts, but highlited them whtin the scope of the story.
Joshua D (ca) wrote: cute dragon-filled adventure
Emily A (it) wrote: Very enduring relationship between a girl and geese and finding a common bond with her father.
Timm S (ca) wrote: Quirky As Ever & Requiring A Little Disassociation From The Standard Film Fodder.
Roman R (nl) wrote: "Forgotten Silver" no es mas que una elaborada broma, tan bien ejecutada que uno desearia que fuese real. Es una cinta disfrazada de documental que nos introduce a Colin McKenzie, un director neozelands olvidado por la historia y cuyas contribuciones al medio fueron verdaderamente revolucionarias (al parecer introdujo el close-up, las tomas en movimiento y el color). Lo mas efectivo de "Forgotten Silver" es que se toma muy en serio su historia (la cual es tragica) y a la vez crea un gran tributo a los pioneros del cine. Este mockumentary fue co-dirigido por Peter Jackson y representa una inventiva y original propuesta. Recomendable.
Christopher P (mx) wrote: A beautiful swansong to Kurosawa's life and career.
Adam N (de) wrote: Ed O'Neil tkaes a break from 'Married With Children' to track down a crook. Excellent film. Funny!
boobie n (ag) wrote: I luv' this movie & have watched it several times over the years... also 1 of my favorite's with Tommy Lee Jones...Yvette Mimieux was jus' flawless!
Joe D (nl) wrote: A blown tire leads to a young couple seeking sanctuary in a dilapidated ghost town in the Nevada desert. Here, they encounter a mysterious (possibly psychotic) drifter-with-an-agenda named Joseph. Intense, grim, visually stunning and packing some sinister surprises, Adam Mason's latest is an exceptionally well-crafted, intelligent psychological chiller that mixes classic duster and survival horror with themes of Old Testament sin and retribution. Having shown with "Devils' Chair" and "Broken" he is quite adept at slinging in-your-face carnage, Mason shifts gears here to deliver a more character-driven (though still brutally violent) tale of mounting dread. Performance-wise, everyone here delivers top-notch work, the stand-out being Andrew Howard, whose charismatic turn rings of a grizzled cowboy mix of Michael Rooker ala "Henry" and De Niro's bible-spewin' psycho "Max Cady". It's a turn that's garnering big indie-scene buzz and will no doubt be among the genre's best of the year. As mentioned, Blood River is rife with "surprises". The longer we spend with these people, the less we truly "know" about them, and, without spilling too much, Mason isn't shy about tossing some ambiguity into the proceedings (something the attentive viewer will appreciate while those unwiling to draw their own conclusions will pine for the safety of the latest Hollywood remake). With Blood River, Mason has crafted his finest film to date, which makes me all the more excited for his next feature.