Karl and Marilyn
Karl is tired of the heavy burden of fame that oppresses him and he decides to liberate himself from it. He returns to life among so called ordinary people, after which he crosses paths with fame-seeking Marilyn. Ordinary Karl is the force that turns Marilyn into an idol of the masses. But not for long...
- Country:Finland, Estonia
- Director:Priit Pärn,
- Writer:Priit Pärn
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Karl and Marilyn torrent reviews
(es) wrote: It worked before you broke it...
(es) wrote: Bottom line: skip this movie unless you want to argue with the box office to get your money back.This has to be the biggest piece of rubbish I have seen in a long, long while. A high school acting class could have done better. Seagal never could act but he certainly mailed this one in. And an elementary school class could have written a better script. This was, without a doubt, a complete waste of my time and I feel used having watched it. The plot was utterly unbelievable. For instance, the daughter was brought to the graveyard in the film's climactic moment as if the producers had suddenly realized Seagal's character -- an alcoholic with massive gambling debts who kills for personal gain -- is completely unsympathetic and the motivation to kill his daughter's step-father is not believable. And the slow-motion gunplay? So cliched any producer using it should be fined. The plot, if you can call it that, is so tired and trite it should be retired. Do the producers have so little respect for their audience they would offer up this piece of garbage? Seagal has proven he never again belongs on Hollywood's A-list. Oh, and can somebody tell me how vain the man can be when the movie poster uses a photo of him shot 30 years and 150 pounds ago?
(it) wrote: I really enjoyed this- fan of peep show and these two guys! Typical of them fab!
(mx) wrote: The movie gets an automatic 50% just because the entire movie is rapped and in rhyme. Other than that this movie has absolutely nothing going for it.
(fr) wrote: A cute movie for the family.
(de) wrote: Such a fantastic story that's hard to believe that it actually happened. This is a great telling of Shackleton's expedition.
(au) wrote: Best film sharukhs made...loved it :) <3 x
(jp) wrote: A very character driven movie. Its well acted but Angelina Jolie carries the movie. The scenes she isn't in are pretty boring.
(mx) wrote: Anyone wanna watch this with me?
(kr) wrote: a three-hour musical epic about one woman's cross-generational struggle to keep her family and farm together despite innumerable hardships. it's 'gone with the wind' meets 'oklahoma' (with a dash of 'mother courage') as done by bollywood. beautiful color cinematography. the acting style is mannered, yet deeply emotionally committed, and features hilariously real child performances. a classic bollywood film, though the 'apu trilogy' still ranks as my favorite.
(it) wrote: Back to Lord of the Rings for sure. The first Hobbit movie fell short a little but this a back to form for Peter Jackson for sure
(it) wrote: Decent performances by Guy Pearce & Robert Pattinson makes this thinly plotted thriller a worthwhile watch. David Michod focuses more on the characters & the way The Rover ends, it doesn't actually disappoint.
(nl) wrote: Like so many other buddy cop films from the 70s, "Busting" is seriously misguided and bears all the trademarks of a director experimenting with social taboos. Plus, it's severely lacking in almost every aspect designed to make it an enjoyable experience. Elliot Gould and Robert Blake sleepwalk through their roles and have a laughably low amount of chemistry together, even though they do share a few great, but woefully short-lived scenes set in a public bathroom. As well, Peter Hyams' flatfooted direction cripples the film's pace, which is hurt even more by a boring and confused screenplay. "Busting" just takes way too long to get started and when it finally does, it completely unravels and falls apart when it reaches its silly, poorly executed finale, which is embarrassingly free of suspense. I usually like giving older, lesser known films a chance, but this one deserves to stay forgotten.
(kr) wrote: James Spader is hot. This movie is not. Rob Lowe is insanely creepy and disgusting, and surely that's what he was going for, but I think a lot of it may also have been unintentional. *shudders* I never want to see him crack a slimy smile ever again. Regardless, I thought it was mildly interesting to see a "bad influence" peer pressure story told using males instead of females, and it was entertaining enough. I wouldn't quite recommend it but I wouldn't really knock it either. It wasn't really worth my time, but considering that I'm one of the 22 people in the world that have made it their business to watch all of James Spader's movies, it could've been a lot less rewarding. It could've been High School Musical 3.
(kr) wrote: A pointless trip to nowhere. Fails to create the illusion of being a period film completely. You don't feel like it's the late 70's early 80's You feel like you are waiting for the story to begin ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE FILM. Sucked azz