Johan Falk's stepdaughter Nina has gotten in contact with her biological father, Orjan, discovering that he is in debt to an Estonian construction company in Gothenburg, leading to Nina's kidnapping. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Johan Falk: Organizatsija Karayan
Johan Falk's stepdaughter Nina has gotten in contact with her biological father, Orjan, discovering that he is in debt to an Estonian construction company in Gothenburg, leading to Nina's kidnapping.
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Panos M (gb) wrote: The main idea is original and captures your interest as soon as you manage to understand it. The only matter is how much strangeness you can handle.
Lubica A (au) wrote: I loved it. Such a pick me up story. Have new found love for Paul Potts.
Kevin L (it) wrote: This wasn't by my choice that I watched this movie. It put me to sleep 3 times. Mirren tried to make it work but it was like watching a Porche in a demolition derby. She outshines Pesci who seems like he has been stuck in the same kind of roles for the past 30 years. Based on a true story of a whore house outside Reno this movie lacked any shred of decent entertainment value. Take my advice, don't waste your time.
Ryan M (es) wrote: The chemistry was just awful.
Akash S (ca) wrote: I watched it only because Julia Roberts was in it. I found it quite average; I didn't get anything out of the character's journey or the movie.
Larry C (ca) wrote: Excellent movie, excellent mystery. one aspect of the mystery i started to figure out after seeing it 8 times. Ludivine Sagnier is wonderful, charming sexy and naked.
Matt P (es) wrote: Hard to sit through, not funny at all, and what was wrong with Rodney Dangerfield in this one? First of all, he's not even the main character. Second, I understand he was probably dying slowly at the making of this film but it must have broken him even furthur to even sign on to a piece of crap like this. It was lame, it had potty humor, and I seriously got bored about 10 minutes in. I would not be surprised if this movies sells at a random gas station for 5 bucks.
Markus M (br) wrote: A creative and memorable concept executed brilliantly both from a purely technical as well as a storytelling point of view, with perfect pacing, likable characters, a lot of genuinely funny humor, and an at times surprisingly dark tone for a family film that just gives the film even more personality and makes it all the more exhilarating and engaging. I loved this film as a kid, and years later it's still as potent as ever.9/10
First L (it) wrote: Very cool movie for those of us who like video games. A great futuristic setting with fantastic visuals. This movie suffers from little outside of a bit of a retreaded theme/storyline(like the Matrix) and bad voice overs/dubbing. Malgorzata is a great new find for this one as well. She does a great job as Ash, a professional underground videogamer in the downtrodden streets of an eastern block country. I won't spoil the rest, because it is fun to follow. Rent this.
Alex r (au) wrote: Ingmar Bergman crafts a stunning piece of cinema that is bold, ambitious and superbly acted and is a film that ranks among the finest of foreign cinema. The story is simple, yet the way Bergman tackles his subject is truly exquisite and adds so much to the overall enjoyment of the film. I have heard many great things about Bergman, and I can see why. He's a filmmaker who crafts picture that not only tell a great story, but they rely on a powerful, evocative visual style to really grab your attention. With Fanny and Alexander, he uses a simple idea, yet he brings it to fruition with a superb cast of talented individuals, and it's a beautiful picture that easily ranks among the finest ever made. The story follows two children and its adventures they experience with their family. What follows is a striking story that you cannot forget, and is hard to tear yourself away from because Bergman's picture is more a work of art than actual film. This is a must watch if you enjoy a finely crafted genre picture, a film that resonates with the viewer and uses a simple plot to its advantage. Of course what I appreciated the most about the film is the fact that Ingmar Bergman doesn't overdo anything with the film, and like many of cinema's finest artists, he does phenomenal work with using so little, and it works very well. Fanny and Alexander is a picture is engaging from start to finish, a film that has power in its visuals, acting and direction. If you're a cinephile you owe it to yourself to watch the film. To me, Fanny and Alexander was superb, immaculate filmmaking at its very best, and it is a film that resonates due to the fine craftsmanship that Bergman has displayed in front of the camera.
Scott S (us) wrote: Ice Station Zebra (1968) -- [5.0] -- Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine and Patrick McGoohan set off in a nuclear submarine for a clandestine rendezvous in the Arctic, where they??re bound to confront the Russkies. Unfortunately, it??s not nearly as exciting as it sounds. All the men play the typical, stoic soldier types, so there??s not much personality to keep you engaged. The first half is slow-paced, and the climax can??t compensate for the movie??s long running time. Michel Legrand overkills with the grand musical score.
Jack G (kr) wrote: not bad, not very good, it's a decent programmer with a hot dame without a conscience. For noir-fanatics only.
House M (ag) wrote: interesting story of a self made man with a disturbed mind. Very funny.