Jenin, Jenin

Jenin, Jenin

Jenin, Jenin is a film directed by Mohammed Bakri, a prominent Arab actor and Israeli citizen, in order to portray what Bakri calls "the Palestinian truth" about the "Battle of Jenin",[2][3] a clash between the Israeli army and Palestinians in April 2002 which drew Palestinian accounts of a "Jenin Massacre"

Jenin, Jenin is a film directed by Mohammed Bakri, a prominent Arab actor and Israeli citizen, in order to portray what Bakri calls "the Palestinian truth" about the "Battle of Jenin",[2][3] a clash between the Israeli army and Palestinians in April 2002 which drew Palestinian accounts of a "Jenin Massacre" . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ryan S (ag) wrote: 1.5/5. Lake Placid 3 has a few fun kills and a great croc kill in the 3rd act, but apart from that, Lake Placid 3 makes me want to be eaten by crocs.

Caitlin L (it) wrote: Love Cameron and Tom in this movie. Great action movie. Was pleasantly surprised.

Sean G (jp) wrote: Astro Boy was created in the 1952 by the godfather, the Disney of manga and anime Osamu Tezuka. Tezuka's talent and fame led to him being admired by one Stanley Kubrick who offered him the job of production designer for his film 2001: A Space Odyssey. Tezuka turned down Kubrick's offer likely because he was too busy doing his own work...in his lifetime he drew over 150,000 pages of comics. Tezuka dies in 1989 and his final words were apparently, "I'm begging you. Let me work."When Kubrick passed away he was close to production on the film A.I. (which was eventually directed by Stephen Spielberg) the plot of which is the Astro Boy story. A robotics scientist loses his son and builds himself a robot replacement but soon realizes that the artificial life cannot replace his son and pushes the naive robot away.This Astro Boy film does a decent job of telling that story and does touch on the hard emotions at the beginning of the story. Much of the character design work is based off of Tezuka's original designs (including a background scientist who is modeled after Tezuka himself with his trademark beret) but strangely the characters created for this film do not look like Tezuka's style and it is off-putting, as if they are characters from a different animated film. There are enough little easter eggs for a giant Tezuka nerd such as myself; the power source where his heart should be, the schematics and the butt machine guns, but this film will not entertain many people over 10 years old.

Andrew S (ru) wrote: Loved the concept of the film a quit and intriguing character study of a marriage that has disintegrated over the years. The execution of the story is nothing less than brilliant. How they begin the film with divorce and work backwards covering the major pivotal points throughout their relationship working towards the ending when they first meet. In a sense Ozon gives you your happy ending by the close of the film. But we know otherwise thanks to it's beginning. I really liked how you can see the small and subtle hints as they back through their relationships and you can pick up on the little things that help to slow break down their love over time. The story was a little too slow paced but if you stick with the experience is immensely rewarding. Ozon is one of the few French directors who can do no wrong.

Anna B (br) wrote: not so great but Billy Baldwin is so fucking hott!!lol

PolarBear S (de) wrote: oo cool - this wasn't on flixster last week and I sent them the info - how cool!

Gordon T (fr) wrote: Highlights of the 1915 version of DER GOLEM "is" on youtube. The Golem is a classic ahead of its time in many ways; especially when the people crash through the time-portal.

Alejandro E (es) wrote: Remarkable,memorable love story.Shall not miss it.

Grant S (de) wrote: Three beautiful female dancers are driving through the desert when they come across a young couple. They kidnap the woman and leave the man for dead. Travelling further they come across an old man living with his two sons. The old man is apparently sitting on a pile of cash and the girls do their best to separate him from it.Knowing Russ Meyers' later movies I wasn't expecting too much from this movie. Turned out to be a much better than I expected. It has the hallmarks of Russ Meyer movies: incredibly beautiful women as the heroes (or main characters, at least), a trashy sort of feel and mediocre performances. However, here the usual random plot is replaced by a decent one. Is an interesting, gritty adventure and the characters are quite engaging. Hardly a dull moment, is paced well and doesn't overstay its welcome. Good fun.

Deepak H (ru) wrote: A great movie by Luis Bunuel. The movie is about a gang of young children in a poor slum who rob and vandalise around. However it accuses parents for the way their children are. The movie is short and to the point. The dream sequence added to the beauty of the movie.

John D (fr) wrote: Top notch Astaire/Rogers teaming.

Amanda W (au) wrote: Gritty and powerful, Ellen Page's young Hayley will both break your heart and fundamentally shake you. The direction and cinematography certainly succeed in eliciting suspense, but it's the writing which will stick with you. Unforgettable and empowering, Hard Candy will make sure you never look at little girls the same way - and in the case of some people, that's clearly a good thing.

sabrina i (br) wrote: A highly entertaining Howard Hawks film...there's action, adventure, romance and of course Cary Grant ;) It's all about the characters and their interactions with one another. I found the love story in particular very endearing, Cary Grant and Jean Arthur make a good couple. The story is just about OK, I felt like there really wasn't much of a story..the film centered around a group of characters. I think the film was meant to be a slice of adventure and I wasn't expecting it to be as serious as it was, not a bad thing just didn't expect that though we do get some great one liners that made me laugh quite a bit. I liked Cary Grant playing a something slightly different character from his usual suave, charming characters. Here, he plays a man completely consumed by his work and death that surrounds him and the other pilots. He doesn't believe in love anymore and doesn't want a woman waiting for him while he's up there in danger, it gives the film a good tension that we see between his character and Jean Arthur, who btw is absolutely wonderful in this film. She's amazing in all her films though, so natural and she had the most unique way of expressing emotions. Another highlight of the film were the aerial sequences which were very impressive and thrilling to watch. Overall, a fun, atmospheric adventure of a film that I would love to revisit.

Ian C (mx) wrote: It certainly hasn't aged well. I loved this flick when I first saw it in 94. Love the Iggy Pop nightclubbing sounding intro and closing tune. It really does capture the far right movement and their pure Aryan race ideology but in reality they are just a bunch of mongoloid fuckwits. Crowe is solid in the lead.