La morte rouge

La morte rouge

Famed Spanish director Victor Erice narrates this documentary short about the first film he remembers seeing, Roy William Neill's 1944 Sherlock Holmes film "The Scarlet Claw." Erice's memories of this formative cinematic experience lead him to musings on post-Civil War Spain, childhood fears, and the nature of memory itself.

Famed Spanish director Victor Erice narrates this documentary short about the first film he remembers seeing, Roy William Neill's 1944 Sherlock Holmes film "The Scarlet Claw." Erice's memories of this formative cinematic experience lead him to musings on post-Civil War Spain, childhood fears, and the nature of memory itself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul D (gb) wrote: Now if they could make a film of THIS!

Borhan K (au) wrote: I am going to keep this one nice and short.Do not bother its a complete waste of time all about crooked cops and ilegal money but not done in a good way.

Jennifer S (gb) wrote: Wasted a couple hours of my life on this movie. Basically a half a$$ version of the Rain maker. Don't waste your time.

Derek B (kr) wrote: It is very important that I write that this gets a 3 out of 10 in terms of films. By that I mean that it is a horrible movie when compared to actual legitimate movies. However in terms of bad movies that are fun to watch and make fun of then this is a 7 or 8. This movie is hysterical and has so many doofy things in it that it makes a great bad movie night movie. If you love watching movies in the spirit of MST3K then check this out. If you are a serious person then stay away.

Jesal J (au) wrote: Confusing story with psychopathic music... why did Sanjay Dutt do this film???

Sherry H (it) wrote: its like" the notebook" meets" girl, interrupted". Would definitely reccommend!

Dianna D (br) wrote: Some of my favorite actresses all together in the same movie.

Manu C (it) wrote: really black comedy... i love it!

Jack Y (es) wrote: Average chess-themed thriller with Lambert and Lane. Tries to be stylish, and theres a good story in there somewhere.

House M (au) wrote: Though this film is an apology of freedom and citizenship, it is deeply "US. propaganda" from the Cold War period. Robin Williams performance is brilliant and a very nice portray of the life of an immigrant. Overall I liked it. Not a must see but a should see.

Andy G (it) wrote: crawlspace is ok horror movie about a milarty team searching for a woman in small tunnels in faculty. C+

Scott P (fr) wrote: Solid movie, excellent performance by Burt Lancaster, got really tough towards the end.

Karen C (it) wrote: An excellent film about true friendship and honor. James Cagney and Pat O'Brien at their best. Friends on screen and off. Their chemistry shows.

Andrew M (au) wrote: Like Meatballs, which Hold Ramis co-wrote a year prior, Caddyshack is a disjointed comedy with a lot of aspects that really work, and a lot of aspects that don't. There's multiple subplots happening at one in Caddyshack: you have the feud between country club co-founder Judge Elihu Smalls (Ted Knight) and hot-headed Al Czervik (Rodney Dangerfield), you have Danny Noonan (Michael O'Keefe) working as a caddy and hoping to gather up a scholarship for college, you have the womanizing Ty Webb (Chevy Chase) wrapped up in the golf games, and you have the antics of Carl (Bill Murray) as he attempts to rid the country club of a gopher infestation. The moments where Chase and Murray are the focus are truly the highlights, the latter in particular being extra hilarious in a role that was completely ad-libbed and proving once more his ability to improve a film with his presence alone.Unfortunately, those two have the least amount of screentime in the film: a majority of the movie is focused on Dangerfield and Knight, and the characters involved in their subplot. Frankly speaking, their portion of the film is dull, and rarely packs the same kind of comedic punch as Animal House (another Ramis screenwriting outing), and the same kind of comedic punch that we know these actors are capable of. It seems to try to aim for brief stints of character development as well, but it lacks the sweet charm of the main relationship in Meatballs. It does have the same kind of deliberate aimlessness of Meatballs and Animal House, which at least allows for light and mostly entertaining viewing. This one just missed out on that birdie, and will have to settle for a par.