Jew Suss: Rise and Fall

Jew Suss: Rise and Fall

This intricate historical drama tells the story of actor Ferdinand Marian (Tobias Moretti), who is ordered by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels to star in the 1940 anti-Semitic film Jew Suss. Despite his cooperation, Ferdinand's actions have unexpected costs. Ferdinand's Jewish wife, Anna (Martina Gedeck), is sent to a concentration camp, and as World War II intensifies, he rebels against the Nazis, leading to the destruction of his career.

Rise and fall of actor Ferdinand Marian, who takes the chance and stars in the anti-semitic movie Jud Süß (1940). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Patrick K (ca) wrote: I like many loved the medieval original which had the likes of James Purefoy and Paul Giamatti but this one was just a straight up cash in on its success and without any of the cast and obviously a script writer and pretty much every D List actor they could find turned what could have been an intriguing sequel into muck. Worst film of 2014 by far which is some achievement

Florence (us) wrote: 1982. Fahed um garoto palestino que vive em um campo de refugiados no Lbano. H pouco tempo, ele perdeu seu pai durante um ataque israelense na regio. Depois que um avio cai na vizinhana, o piloto israelense Yoni feito prisioneiro pelos palestinos. Apesar do dio que sente, Fahed decide ajud-lo sob a promessa de que Yoni o ajudar a retornar Palestina. Juntos, os dois iniciam uma longa viagem por um pas em guerra, tendo de conviver at chegarem a seus respectivos pases de origem.

Adam S (gb) wrote: Think this might give a good look at life of soldiers in Iraq.

Mohamed H (nl) wrote: good starting to the holiday

Jonathan D (ag) wrote: Great movie. It's too controversial to get an unbiased review anywhere. Just go watch it.

Charlie G (nl) wrote: Classic predictable camp romp. Amusing but a little ridiculous.

Ondej J (br) wrote: Bambi II has story build on the not shown event from original Bambi. Unfortunately, this concept is hurt badly because it feels too different from first part. It's not so artistic, dramatic and I didn't have feeling of amazement from it's perfection. Also in my opinion some characters aren't acting completely like they should be based on first Bambi If I don't think about Bambi too much, Bambi II is quite enjoyable, heart warming and funny. It doesn't live up to the reputation of the Bambi, but to be honest, even perfectly made sequel probably couldn't have. I was really unsure on rating from 3 to 4 stars. In the end, I went for 3.5 stars. I could clearly saw the flaws and didn't have any expectations from this, but the story, colors and overall impression it gave me, made me overlook the flaws a little bit but not completely. It's not a must watch movie, but I would recommend it without regrets.

Brian H (ca) wrote: I watch lots of bad movies, and this was the one I had to turn off before I finished. It really has a chance at being the worst piece of garbage ever filmed.

Tonia M (mx) wrote: Quintessential lesbian love story. Excellent score, beautiful scenery. Patricia Charbonneau should be every lesbian's hero. Skip the novel. The movie is much better.

THOMAS S (us) wrote: Awesome pre-beard Chuck flick. He saw them coming...kinda. Chuck Norris kicks a bunch of asses, wears tight jeans, a molestache, cowboy boots, & a cowboy hat. I don't know how he can roundhouse kick like he does in those tight jeans either. I like the part after Chuck suited up in his army uniform Commando style & did a missile dropkick off of a roof into some creeps. Another great part was where he threatened to set this guy's gay lover on fire. Chuck's narration was really deep too. It had me thinking a lot. I wish he would've killed Chinese Danny Trejo by drowning him in the toilet. Instead, Chinese Danny Trejo rips the toilet out of the ground & throws it. Shattered toilet. The most fucked up thing in this movie is when Chuck turned off Simon Koo's Tom & Jerry cartoons. Totally fucked up.

Alex r (ag) wrote: In the 1980's there have been so many Slasher films that have made their mark in the genre. However, a lot of them went into obscurity and never really got the attention that they deserved. The Dorm that Dripped Blood is a perfect example of a film that got lost in the plateau of countless Friday the 13th and Halloween rip-offs of the early 1980's. This is a fine little low-budget B movie shocker that is sure to please fans of the Slasher genre. The film is nothing new, but compensates with a high gory body count. Acting wise, the film has some decent performances, but is never anything good considering that this is a Slasher flick, and the film has the standard acting that is expect from the genre. This movie will surely appeal to genre fans and has everything you'd expect from an effective Slasher. What I enjoyed the most about the film was the effective kill scenes and chilling score by composer Christopher Young who would later write the score for Clive Barker's Hellraiser. The story is nothing new or refreshing, nonetheless it's a fun and entertaining forgotten gem that is a must see for fans. The kills are great and are the standout aspect of the film. Despite the film's strong points, there were plenty of flaws as well. Such as a so-so plotline that we've seen many times before and questionable acting and somewhat of a predictable ending. If you can get past these low points, and it's fairly easy to, you're sure to be entertained by this movie. To compensate for the film's imperfections, directors Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow keep the tension coming with a dark, tense atmosphere that leaves you on the edge of your seat. This is one of those cheesy Slashers that is underrated and obscured by so many other titles. The Dorm that Dripped Blood is one of those films that isn't perfect by any means , but is a fun and entertaining hour and a half of gory killing that will surely satisfy horror fans. With a decent story and memorable kill sequences, The Dorm that Dripped Blood is an obscured classic that fans should definitely check out.

Deven W (fr) wrote: Um.........what the hell? Its so werid. Avatar and Necron 99 are awesome, Blackwolf is stereotypical, the violence is too much, the misogynist portrayal of women, the cursing, and the animation and story are just too jumble. I appreciate it's ambition but its a cluttered mess

Spencer S (it) wrote: A remake of the classic 1940 romantic comedy called "My Favorite Wife," this send up does some good, wacky, sixties style things that are classic in their own way, but doesn't do justice to the original. The reason this was doomed from the beginning is simply because the original didn't need a modern setting, any new set of circumstances, or stars of the time. It's a classic film, the same as the dramas that seem outspokenly protected by time. This was supposed to be a comeback for fallen star Marilyn Monroe, and became the infamous final film "Something's Gotta Give" before being retooled and given a completely different cast. Though I'm sure Monroe would have brought her charm to the role, it doesn't seem specific enough for her, or Dean Martin, who was also cast at the time. What you get instead is new cast members James Garner and Doris Day. While Garner is a perfect match for counterpart Cary Grant in style and substance, Day brings a level of goody two shoes, virginal glee to the mix that though unintentional, is counterproductive. Irene Dunne (from the 1940 version) could always match Grant's witticisms, which were throughout the film. The humor here is much keener than the original, not happy to take risks with changing characters or dialogue, so they put Day in continuously cutesy situations, from storming off with a blush in her cheek, to riding through a car wash completely dressed with the top down on her convertible. There's nothing as sneaky as, say, The Parent Trap, and nothing as smart as a Cary Grant comedy from the forties. It's not lazy, but complacent to take the easy way out time and again. The only true gleaming ray of light is character actress Thelma Ritter, who is always superb. I would put in a good word for Day, though I find her presence almost too sweet to bear. If you're interested though there is a creepy scene with Don Knotts as a perverted shoe clerk, and a shot for shot remake of one particular scene from the original film. The 1940 version is just too solid to be remade, and therein lies this film's problem, enough said.

Wrik S (us) wrote: A sweet, feel-good movie about a small town, laden with people we all could identify with..

Matt D (ag) wrote: In terms of entertainment value I vastly prefer some of the more traditional storytelling in other Disney classics but it's impossible to deny the artistry on display here in 'Fantasia'. It's the kind of movie that can legitimately be shown on the wall like a piece of art or playing in the background for simple musical enjoyment, but when you put those two elements together it is a truly beautiful and daring piece of work for its time.

Richard D (es) wrote: This is not my favourite Chaplin film, but like all of his best work, I never tire of this film. Paulette Goddard is probably my favourite of all of his co-stars. She's positively radiant in this film. Although there's sound and some dialogue in this film (all the dialogue comes via machines), the comedy is still all silent, so this is effectively his last silent film.

Thomas B (mx) wrote: ****With a gripping story, fantastic performances and an iconic ending, Chinatown is a brilliant mystery drama that, despite some minor flaws, deserves its place as a classic.

Simeon M (mx) wrote: Good grief, that was scary.

Vicki B (it) wrote: Dennis Quaid never looked better - Sean Connery never sounded so good!