Set in London, 1997; when the British music industry is on a winning streak. The movie follows an A&R man working at the height of the Britpop music craze as he goes to extremes in order to find his next hit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Farah R (mx) wrote: Too much like a cheep Bond movie and not enough a good spy thriller.
Alan C (br) wrote: Light weight zombie fair (albeit a bit more rage virus than zombie virus). Entertaining but nothing special - more of a drunken night in zombie film.
Nell A (ca) wrote: strong, gripping, haunting.....
Mark K (ru) wrote: Pedro has failed us for what i can only remember being the second time. This is another film with the usual Penelepe Cruz but this time instead of being restraint, it feels more like he went mainstream offering and unbelievable amount of comedy clinches that cant be here. Pedro, i expected better from you.
Bret S (fr) wrote: Everyone's favorite Monday hating, lasagna loving tabby in his first big screen outing. Highly enjoyable entertaining comedy romp. falls short during the third act. Still a must see for the diehard fans of the strip.
Mark A (kr) wrote: Lives are changed in an instant when a doctor's wife, Marie (Paprika Steen), accidentally runs down Joachim (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) and he winds up quadraplegic. Marie's husband, Niels (Mads Mikkelson), offers comfort to Joachim's fiance, Cecile (Sonja Richter), which becomes something more than aid and comfort. A lot of raw emotions are on display here as Joachim at first pushes everyone away. By the time he comes to terms with his injury, Cecile has moved on, although unable to admit it to herself. Excellent production that pulled no punches. No one escapes unscathed. Each of these four people, plus Niels' and Marie's teenage daughter, Stine (Stine Bjerregaard), who blames herself for the accident, are put through the ringer and come out the other side forever changed but somehow equipped to go on. All of the various parts are rearranged but functional. A wholly believable tale, competent actors, and interesting camera work on a film from the Dogme school and directed by Susanne Bier. This viewer found it impossible to watch without empathy for each of the characters' torments.
Elana C (gb) wrote: Yes, Sandra Oh was absolutely wonderful!
Orlok W (au) wrote: Entertaining movie, with the great Walter Matthau--Crops And Robbers!!
Eric J (jp) wrote: Well-made in typical RKO fashion.Not the best from the Marx Bros. Lucille Ball had only a very minor role and not comedic.
Walter M (jp) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=red] "Man with a Movie Camera" is a great, innovative movie made in the Soviet Union in 1929 that starts and ends in a movie theater, and then moves outside to show life in rest, motion, work and at play in the city. Occasionally, there are glimpses of a man with a movie camera as he captures images. This movie is like somebody took a relatively new toy of a movie camera and then experimented as imaginatively as possible. The accompanying soundtrack is especially wonderful.[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=#ff0000] This reminded me of future works of imagination such as Koyaanisqatsi and the Moody Blues album, Days of Future Passed.[/color][/font]
Till S (es) wrote: Roland Emmerich's "2012" is visually exiting, but it's characters are flat & it's plot is dull.
Billy S (nl) wrote: This doesn't even deserve half a star. Nothing original or frightening about it. Ridiculous bad acting and dialogue.
Chris H (es) wrote: While it has an intriguing premise, the execution and writing are too poor for this to be anything more than a forgettable action movie.
David G (mx) wrote: An entertaining prequel thanks to Michael Sheen's commanding yet self aware performance