Johan Cruijff - En un momento dado

Johan Cruijff - En un momento dado

Johan Cruijff - En un momento dado is a 2004 documentary film by Ramon Gieling on the life of Dutch footballer Johan Cruijff.

Johan Cruijff - En un momento dado is a 2004 documentary film by Ramon Gieling on the life of Dutch footballer Johan Cruijff. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cody L (ru) wrote: A very awful found footage version of Wrong Turn with very unlikable characters. A few decent kills and nice setting is all I give it credit for.

David A (nl) wrote: I... I don't... It's funny... It's... The fuck?

Chucky (de) wrote: September 18th 2009March 19th 2014

Rees R (it) wrote: this is best book movie since harry potter.

AZ D (de) wrote: A great tense plot underlined with mystery and suspense. Not to mention great action.

Jude P (es) wrote: If you looking for the beautiful aspect of life, here you are !

Suvi K (ca) wrote: Quirky, very quirky! Not for mainstreamers.

Ben V (ag) wrote: Like it when I was a kid

Chris O (gb) wrote: Movie first showed me Wil Patton and it's the role I always think of first.

Jeannette A (jp) wrote: One of the funniest movies ever made! Every scene a gem...

Robert H (fr) wrote: I sure picked a doozy of a film for my second excursion into anime. PAPRIKA is an exhilarating, mind-bending look at dreams and the nature of reality that is also one of the weirdest, most visually inventive things I've ever seen. The basic premise for the film is that there is this recent invention, the DC-Mini, which is able to record dreams. However when three of them are stolen, and don't yet have programmed access controls, scientists who were working on the device and a cop have to recover them before the fabric of reality is broken and the dream world bleeds into the real world. Aside from the story, which is very confusing at times because of not knowing what takes place in the dream world and what doesn't, the aspect I most liked in this film was the visuals. It was animated using traditional cel animation (with some CG elements) and Satoshi Kon came up with some pretty awesome stuff to show us. The weirdest was probably a recurring procession with frogs playing instruments, giant dolls, and kitchen appliances. To say this film is confusing would actually be an understatement, although I did understand the setup and the general endgame. Another thing which might be nice to point out, and which I also noticed with AKIRA, is the cautious approach taken with science and technology. One theme common to both this and AKIRA is the danger when technology and science is in the wrong hands. Here, a device which can be used for psychotherapy is stolen, but because of the lack of proper access controls the person using it can enter the dreams of others and bring the dream world into reality. This seems to be a common theme in a lot of Japanese cinema, and it is explored here with enough visual creativity for a dozen films. Overall, despite the confusing nature of the story (which will probably benefit from multiple viewings) I thought this was an extremely original film that was beautifully animated and had a lot of artistry behind it. Highly recommended.

Dan H (fr) wrote: John Carpenter's angry, biting commentary on American society, capitalism and consumerism is every bit as strong, powerful and poignant today as it was when it was first released. Everyman Nada Rowdy Roddy Piper is stuck wandering the streets, looking for a job. He's trapped in a society where the rich keep getting richer and the poor poorer. The citizens lulled into a state of complacency by television, the veil is lifted from his eyes when he stumbles across a pair of sunglasses that allow him to see the truth. Subliminal messages surround us, and evil aliens (aka The Rich) are preying upon the everyday citizens of Earth. Angered, he takes up arms and begins a one man battle for the fate of mankind. The film is very fun, very silly, and very awesome. It's definitely one of Carpenter's better films, though it's not quite as great as In The Mouth of Madness, Halloween, The Thing, or The Fog.

Brian B (fr) wrote: The sequel to Zombi 2 which is Zombie in America, which is a semi-sequel to Dawn of the Dead, or in Itally Zombi. Therefor technically this is really Zombie 2 in America. Confused yet? After all that explaining, it's really just another gory zombie movie from Italy.

JT K (ru) wrote: Horrible....But it did entertain me in a 1980s sort of way, plus the dad from a Christmas Story didn't hurt.

Tracey c (es) wrote: "Anzio" is an action packed war movie which balances the action with just the right amount of "pre-game war talk", character study, and plot development. What this means in layman's terms is, you get your money's worth. You'll be excited, with never a dull moment, while being interested in what the characters have to say at the same time. This also means you care about the characters, one way or another. "Anzio" might be best understood as having three dimensions in the story line. First, it's an all out blood bath series of shootings, with an extremely riveting fight against snipers in the end. Second, it's the story of military strategy, which is supplied by Robert Ryan, Arthur Kennedy, and Arthur Franz, among others, doing the "high ranking officers making decisions" bit. Third, and most importantly, it's the story of why men have wars. The war correspondent who links these all together is played by Robert Mitchum. His character is one of the most well defined characters ever written in a war movie. The third dimension really grips the story, with Peter Falk playing a veteran ranger who is famous for his exploits in the unit, a man who seems to enjoy the killing, but has a softer side, too. His character may be the second best defined character of war movies (if you omit "Jungle Fighters".) The final shootout is an emotionally gripping sniper attack that leaves you on the edge of your seat. Possibly the best filmwork for any war movie ever done, and it would be the best film editing, too, if not for one glitch in which the sniper attack comes from out of the blue in sequence. But that may be just what the director intended. It is effective, but leaves you wondering "Where am I"? more than anything else. And these troopers know where they are. The music really doesn't suit the subject matter, even in contrast. It's like one of the early MTV videos. Music and video don't match. Just ignore the music and enjoy the show.

Finn O (br) wrote: Yeah but McFly were in it thats pretty cool, they were the highlight of the movie to be fair!

Roaman C (br) wrote: Is way to childish even for kids.