Psychiatric patient Elmeri knows about the existence of a gold treasure in Finnish Lapland, hidden there by his late father who somehow managed to capture it from withdrawing German troops on the last days of WW2. His openly gay nurse helps him escape from the mental institution, and the two men slowly find their way up north to reach the gold. On their way, the odd couple meets a cavalcade of even odder characters.
- Stars:Heikki Hela, Heikki Silvennoinen, Timo Kahilainen, Heikki Vihinen, Mari Turunen, Kari Hietalahti, Jukka Puotila, Vesa-Matti Loiri, Oiva Lohtander, Tapio Liinoja, Tuula Nyman, Kristiina Elstelä, Ritva Jalonen, Kalle Holmberg, Vesa Vierikko,
- Director:Matti Grönberg, Matti Grönberg,
- Writer:Heikki Hela, Timo Kahilainen, Heikki Silvennoinen, Heikki Vihinen
An escaped mental patient, two losers and a gay nurse go onto a roadtrip in order to find a secret gold treasure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: I just found it tedious.
(us) wrote: Both a stunningly realistic coming-of-age film and an intimate love story, Blue Is The Warmest Color takes all the time it needs to let its two outstanding lead-actresses unfold in a sincerely and attentively narrated journey of self-discovery that anyone who is willing to really sink into a movie can learn something from.
(jp) wrote: The film was good but could have been so much better. Kim Cattrall is amazing and should have gotten an Oscar nomination for the film. The film needed a rewrite. The tone was off. Also it felt like I was watching 2 different films here. His story was more like Napoleon Dynamite and her story was like The Wrestler. I thought Dustin Ingram was ok as Tobe. However, they made a mistake making him look like a clone of Napoleon Dynamite. That was too distracting. I did think Brian Dennehy and Keith David were good in their supporting roles.The film is worth seeing especially for Kim Cattrall's performance in it.
(gb) wrote: If you like martial arts movies with western elements or just know a good movie when you see one, this is one to watch
(nl) wrote: A cheeky gross-out parody of the 'American Pie' franchise (1999 onwards) with homage to queer classics 'Beautiful Thing' (1995) and 'Edge of Seventeen' (1998), as well as 'Revenge of the Nerds' (1984) thrown in for good measure. There's plenty of fun to be had as our four likable protagonists, who radiate a certain amount of sweetness, suffer through a string of sexual encounters until the moral of the story kicks in.
(gb) wrote: This film highlights what I love most about Asian cinema; Kikujiro has just a slight backbone of a story about a boy that wants to meet his mother that he has never known. When he strikes out one his own to find her, a neighbor, Kikujiro (Kitano) helps him. Because the film doesn't depend on plot, it unravels naturally giving the feeling that one is actually watching how real relationships develop. I love these "slow" films that let the characters breath a bit.
(ag) wrote: Shavon's Favorite (Shavon)
(gb) wrote: This movie may have a conventional plot, and it offers barely anything new to the table, but what makes Midnight Run such a great and entertaining film, is the incredible chemistry Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin have on screen together, and the trials and tribulations they go through. Midnight Run has a handful of fun and energetic characters, which makes this film such a blast to look at, like of course Jack Walsh and Jonathan Mardukas, brilliantly portrayed by De Niro and Grobin, but also fellow bounty hunter called Marvin Dorfler which causes for some hilarious meetings between competing bounty hunters Walsh and Dorfler, but also the bounty hunter's employee beautifully portrayed by Joe Pantoliano, the guys from the mafia also always ensure laughs and thrills on screen, but also the stubborn FBI agent who follows the duo around too is a blast too look at.On top of that Midnight Run is supported by one of Danny Elfman's (Spider-Man) very best scores, compiled using funky blues rhythms, jazzy tunes, which over all results into an incredibly energetic and lively score to make the movie even more immersive and fun. The movie uses it's locations perfectly utilising the surroundings, inhabitants of those surroundings and everything there is available to them perfectly, and because it's essentially a road-trip film, it has a lot of different, vibrant locations which makes the movie a beauty to look at.The plot of the movie is something that could've come straight out of The Coen Brother handbook on how to write interesting and quirky screenplays, whilst watching it reminded me a lot of Coen brother films i've seen in combination with The Blues Brothers. The quirkiness, the fun characters, the trial and tribulations, the great acting, something the Coens do best. But it isnt directed by the Coen's to my surprise, it's directed by Martin Brest, he also directed Scent of a Women, one of my all time favorite films.All in all, there is little to complain here, Midnight Run guarantees you to have a great time watching, you wont be bored. It's energetic, fun, thrilling and lively from start to finish.
(mx) wrote: Monday, October 18, 2010 (1953) Hondo ADULT WESTERN Taken from a short story written by Louis L'Amour originally called "The Gift of Cochise" and then changed to "Hondo" once the movie was released! And of course, the story was adapted to fit John Wayne's hard edge persona! Not bad film that has more story that is involving than action about Wayne as Hondo as a drifter building rapport(repoire) with Angie Lowe played very well by Geraldine Page living alone with her son with more revelations as the story proceeds, very involving! Looks great because of the long Western landscapes! And the idea of having a dog as a companion was such an awesome idea! 3 out of 4
(fr) wrote: A very good and interesting film.
(us) wrote: Amazing cast but I wish Nat had a bigger role
(jp) wrote: Not bad...if you're C average film student with too much time on your hands. I only rated it as high as I did because I've seen so much worse...
(us) wrote: I don't know why but I'm always surprised when I like a Woody Allen movie ...