Charlotte Bronte's classic novel is filmed yet again. The story of the Yorkshire orphan who becomes a governess to a young French girl and finds love with the brooding lord of the manor is given a standard romantic flare, but sparks do not seem to happen between the two leads in this version.
- Stars:Deborah Findlay, Laura Harling, Joanna Scanlan, Ben Sowden, Barbara Keogh, David Gant, Emily Joyce, Gemma Eglinton, Ruth Mitchell, Dominique Belcourt, Samantha Morton, Gemma Jones, Timia Berthome, Hermione Gulliford, Ciarán Hinds,
- Director:Robert Young,
- Writer:Charlotte Brontë (novel), Kay Mellor (screenplay), Richard Hawley (screenplay), Peter Wight (screenplay)
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(ag) wrote: i respect Brenda Blethyn very much as an actress after watching Secrets and Lies .... but i don't think i will watch this movie :(
(de) wrote: ok film a bit of a let down football hooligans
(jp) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH
(ru) wrote: Being a pushover as a teacher and family man, the true humble, mild-mannered identity of our hero tries to escape everyday life by dressing up as Zebraman, a superhero from a TV series that was canceled after only a few episodes. But escaping into his fantasy world in a self-made zebra-suit is the only thing keeping him going. But when he discovers that the Zebraman show was a prophecy of a true alien invasion, disguised as the show's hero he is the only person who can stop it.Miike always chooses material not only with an unusual premise but with over-the-top details that are slowly, gradually revealed to us. Aside from the way in which its plot unfolds, the film's real charm is in what decides to show us about superheroes, why we identify with them on such a whimsical level and how the ridiculous mentality of a superhero could be formed in a man's solitude. The movie is not serious though. It has Miike's sometime stoic feel, but what we are shown is often hilarious, like the non-sequitary title shot of a fat woman in a beauty parlor who is passed by a sauntering zebra, or Radioactive Ranger, a perfect rendition of a TV show not unlike Power Rangers and its various, progressively obscuring incarnations, or countless others.Even if Miike's more studious sense of pace is a hindrance to the potential impact of the film, leaving it without a tone and thus making the memory of the movie pretty fuzzy over time, it reflects very benevolently vivid childhood memories controlled by our superheroes. Where the film's spirit hits the nail on the head is in its blurring of zeal and absurdity. The film knows escapism because it's acuity in what it evokes really allows you to escape back into that unadorned young spirit. And what's the point of escapism if you're not truly escaping?
(ag) wrote: The worst supposed-to-be-scary movie Ive ever seen! But great laughs in it, if you start paying attention to detail: for instance notice the horse! -it changes color frequently (and dramatically from white to red to black back to red etc) also in midst of scenes. Of the Skeletons cape (apparently it has a whole wardrobe of different ones). In that regard its worth the while, otherwise stay away, far away
(de) wrote: My opinion: I really loved this movie! I haven?t seen many movies set in this time period before or that deal with courtesans. Due to that, I feel that the movie could have had a bit more ?historical fact? in it and a bit less focus on the main relationship between Victoria and Marco. Thus only the 9 stars.Otherwise, the costumes, scenery, acting was all very wonderful, the plot had surprising twists and the ending, if a Happily Ever After (HEA), was fitting.I think Victoria?s character could have had a bit more depth, but I feel that was more due to lack of great playwriting rather than acting.Conclusion: If this time period or issues interest you I can only 100% recommend it. Otherwise it?s still an interesting romance.
(au) wrote: One of the greatest pieces of 80's cinema. Still relevant today.
(mx) wrote: And Now For Something Completely Different shows Monty Python at their best, and sometimes at the worst. The film is comprised mostly of well-known sketches as well as a few that don't quite work or just aren't funny. There are a few changes and edits here and there but this is a great starting point for newcomers.
(gb) wrote: Rock,Gina,Italy and the music...what els do you need?Ofcourse it was a fun with all the other characters(esp the butler)...great movie to relax with!
(ag) wrote: Occasionally funny but I don't think it's worth a rewatch. Decent background noise, though.
(au) wrote: Paul hogans one trick pony he never repeated. A fish out of water tale with some good laughs. It's totally 80's and that's prob the charm of it.
(au) wrote: Frankenheimer's legendary technical marvel is still a rush to watch some 46 years later, thanks to the ultra realistic in-the-cockpit racing sequences. Overall, Grand Prix is a brilliant up-close and personal look at F1 as a sport (footage was shot at actual F1 events) that mixes seamlessly within a fictional story line, really half-documentary, half-motion picture -- and talk about motion. Five-stars if scoring just on the daring and inventive cinematography, including the actual actors racing behind the wheel. While the shot-for-Cinerama, three-hour flick drags in spurts (predictably, the non-racing sequences) Frankenheimer does a nice job overall of interweaving each driver's personal tale, including examining their respective motivations for undertaking such a daring occupation. A snapshot of racing just before huge sponsorship would change it forever, Grand Prix is exciting for even non-fans. A real thrill ride without a hint of CG. *viewed on HD-DVD*