Johanna D'Arc of Mongolia
A group of cosmopolitan women passengers aboard the Trans-Siberian/Mongolian Railway are taken prisoner by Ulan Iga, a warrior princess.
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Reini U (ru) wrote: This new version of one of the most iconic Bollywood movies of all times, "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge", a romantic smashhit that still plays in one theatre from 1995 on, the longest-running film in history, Sharukh Khans entry to his superstar career, is one of this years best Bollywoods movies so far. It does not quite match the dramatic and production qualities of "Ram Leela", but has much better dialog and humor, it is pure fun, and the Hindi version of Audrey Tautou Alia Bhatt is such fresh cutie, much better than Kajol in the original. The story is simple and engaging, just the ending was too abrupt.And no, no new Sharukh Khan was sighted here, the current best candidates were playing Milka Singh, Ram and Ek Villain instead.
Eoghan C (jp) wrote: THIS MOVIE SUCKED MINE!
Steven S (de) wrote: Fantastic music documentary.
Tyler H (au) wrote: Haha oh Nacho you kinda crack me up. Nothing like watching a fat man in tights;-)
An W (ag) wrote: OOOOMG! absolutely disappointed! Im a huge fan of horror films but this one was just.. a waste. it made me jump about 3 times in the entire movie (and that's becuz of the loud sound fx) but i guess it's one of those low budget movie. it did the best it could. wouldnt recommend it.
Lionel A (es) wrote: dtresse de la police d'aujourd'hui;bonne dissection de son recrutement et de son niveau social et intellectuel.un film gris fonc...
Japhordan C (de) wrote: Whatever I enjoyed watching Eight Legged Freaks. Seems like it runs out of ideas as it goes on and sometimes it's dark but really cheesy. It is supposed to be though. Pass if you get the chance. However, I did laugh out loud a couple of times and it is campy and Johansson is in it.
Roy T (ru) wrote: This theatrical movie works better across its many layers than by way of linear narrative.The core is a female buddy story. Juliette Binoche ? a woman in middle age playing ...an actress in middle age ...developing a role concerning... a woman in middle age. She is supported by Kristen Stewart ? a young woman ? playing a youthful personal assistant ?.reading the role of a younger woman in the problematic script that Binoche is working on.Okay, okay ? so it sounds totally up its own fundament - but in fact it is authentic and engrossing with a brave, bare and rather beautiful performance by Binoche while Stewart plays a tight professional foil to the emotional flux of the older woman.In fact, when Stewart disappears unexpectedly from the narrative, it made me wonder whether real life had intruded and she, the actress, was dissatisfied that dramatic range belonged entirely to the Binoche role....but that's kind of the point isn't it? Old themes of appearance and reality, life and performance are subtly traversed here in a view of the theatre/film world that is rounded, intelligent - and unusually kind.Even where frontiers blur? I don't see that as a problem in view of the improvisational quality of the plot development. This accounts for the freshness of many of the interactions between the two women, but also for some of the clunky movement between narrative sequences, with avenues opened up inviting plot development that prove to be cul de sacs as the dramatic opportunity is not taken up.This includes one extraordinary episode where Stewart takes a drive on foggy mountain roads with all the threat that entails, and even the cinematography goes feral in a way that bears no reference to the rest of the film ? and nothing happens! As good filmic stroytelling requires there is a Jungian integration of external world and inner psyche that feels slightly forced at times: but when that landscape is as stunning as the mountain scenery inhabited and walked by the women ? well, I'm not complaining for one! On the other hand, it is triumphantly successful in the opening sequence where Stewart uses a pair of mobile phones to maintain a semblance of order in her employer's life while standing in the rocking corridor of a railway carriage that cuts in and out of signal; while Binoche, seated in the compartment, dispenses charming mayhem.Ultimately this movie is impressive not least because the risk of cloying self-absorption is cut by hard-edged honesty ? and that tension is very watchable.
Lewis R (ru) wrote: Set in the Swiss Alps, cinematography was wonderful. This is a meaningful relief from so many simplistic movies sent up for the American public. However, it tended to be ponderous and draining.
Gordy D (jp) wrote: Possibly another one of those "2 hours you'll never get back" movies, but in a way it captures the essence of how unfortunate it was that our ancestors abandoned their pagan ways.