James' Journey to Jerusalem
During his journey to Jerusalem young James learns the meaning of being Israeli.
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Alec N (de) wrote: I had no idea what the fuck was going on in this movie. It seemed well made though.
Joe G (br) wrote: Excellent dance movie. I think this may have been Sammy Davis Jr last movie before he died. Excellent casting. The music was awesome too.
Jason S (br) wrote: Good WW2 action, Mad Mel very australian in this.
Morten (ag) wrote: Well, this movie is definitely not a typical Cronenberg film. The story is in itself not particular interresting. It's pretty filled up with cliches like the greedy business man; the relationship between the experienced Lonnie and the younger driver, Billy; the "evil" opponents that won't hassitate taking unfair methods in use ect. However, I liked the sound part of the film. The way the dragracers the make their noice and the suddenly switch to totally silence works brilliantly. This doesn't save the movie, which is a fairly poor one I might add.
Mo E (nl) wrote: Epic movie. starts very slow with a lot of dialogue and few fight scenes. As the movie goes on the talking get shorter and shoter and the fighting longer and longer till you have the last 30 mins divoted to the final fight scenes. Also epic training, and we all know its about the training!
Eric B (us) wrote: Obviously aimed to capitalize on the success of Arthur Penn's "Bonnie and Clyde," this film is hardly on that level but is more fun to watch. Angie Dickinson and her two sexed-up daughters go on a Depression-era crime spree, taking Tom Skerritt and William Shatner along for the ride. Their capers are not just the typical bank heists, and are actually quite clever. And the film does such a nice job with recreating period details that you may take this for granted, amidst all the flashy sex and violence.Dickinson has a few nude scenes, and shows an amazing body for a 42-year-old (heck, even 22-year-olds would envy it). Her less curvy daughters also peel, as does Joan Prather (which may be kind of a shock to modern viewers, considering that she's probably best known as David Bradford's clean-cut wife on the TV series "Eight Is Enough").
Moreno L (br) wrote: Worth watching just for the magnificent last story "Never bet your head"
Loren M (fr) wrote: A scathingly brilliant idea!
Amanda P (it) wrote: Because everyone wants to see "The Most Dangerous Game" as a sexy Italian meet cute.
David S (us) wrote: It had potential to be an OK film, but Adrien Brody is absolutely ridiculous. He plays this wanna be gangster. Right from the start I was laughing at how ridiculous he was. It was comical. He should not do these kinds of rolls cuz it doesn't work lol
Cigs J (mx) wrote: Director \ Writers: Duke and Charles KaufmanIt's a 15 rated indie animation film (due to nudity and sex) whose main character is a northern England middle aged businessman staying in a standard business class hotel. It happens to be in the USA but it could have been anywhere that travelling business people go to. Exciting eh! The reason he is travelling? - it's a conference on better telephone sales techniques for customer service departments. Even more exciting!I loved the film. Who could have dreamt up such an unpromising reason to make a labour-of-love animated movie?It portrays the business trip just like many of us have experienced - the long tedious flight to somewhere you don't particularly want to go to. Landing in the pouring rain to make it even more dreary. Then the unwelcome small talk in the taxi as the driver prattles on and you give mono-syllabic answers - you'd like to be more sociable but are just too tired to engage.The main voice actor (David Thewis) is superb, his voice exactly matches the pathos of the character. Having arrived in his room - pleasant but so bland as to be soul-crushing (as a former sales-rep this highlighted the monotony of the experience), he makes a call back home to touch base, then fiddles with the TV and pours a drink from the mini-bar. He is not a happy man.Slowly you realise things aren't quite right - why does his child sound like a man on the phone? Why does his wife and ex-girlfriend also sound like the same male voice? The film reveals itself to be about the search for identity, for individuality.He hooks up with a compliant woman at the bar hotel, Lisa (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and eventually they have sex in his room - hence the 15 rating. Again, it's realistic though, not the physical motions - no need to be specific on that - but the hesitancy, the can-I-do-this politeness of strangers mixed up with the urgency of sex. This film shows that animation is not just for kids - it can portray the dark side of life with enough imagination and the right actors.While the main story line was running, there were some funny moments that are so true to life - trying to fiddle naked with complicated unfamiliar shower controls that are on the wrong side of the water stream "Aggh too cold", "Ow Ow too hot!".A truly unique film.