In 1972, Rupert, 8 and Evert, 6 are two lovable and wildly imaginative brothers, lost in their cowboys-and-Indians fantasies and in the playground romances with the neighborhood girls. In ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Last Cowboy Standing
In 1982 the guilt-ridden 18-year-old Rupert tries to remember and understand the events of the past amidst the chaos of the present
- Stars:Robin Pedersen Daniel, Kris Kristofferson, Mathilde Berg, Dennis Storhøi, Agnete G. Haaland, Adam Eftevaag, Jørgen Langhelle, Alexander Rybak, Kari Kleiv, Thomas F. Wilson, Onni Tommila, Lauri Tilkanen, Tommi Korpela, Martti Suosalo, Leea Klemola, Elina Knihtilä, Sulevi Peltola, Annu Valonen, Hannu Kivioja, Eila Roine, Ilmari Järvenpää, Jarkko Pajunen, Iiro Panula, Hannes Suominen, Henriikka Salo,
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Grant S (mx) wrote: Great sports documentary. The story of the Manchester United careers of six players - David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville and Phil Neville - who emerged as Man Utd players at the same time - 1992. More than just a study of their individual careers and performances, a look at what they and Man Utd achieved as a team and, moreover, the camaraderie between them. It is the camaraderie aspect that makes the movie, giving an emotional content rare in documentaries.Well-researched, with some interesting and insightful interviews. Quite different in that we don't only have interviews with the six players and their former team-mates but also with some celebrities. The celebrities represent the external view of Man Utd, and add a different dimension to the analysis of the team. The interviews with Mani (of the Stone Roses) were particularly interesting. Danny Boyle was pretty good too. Tony Blair was a bit tedious and pretentious though.A must-see for any Manchester United Supporter, and really for any sports fan. There can't be too many documentaries that give so accurate a depiction of the brothers-in-arms feeling within a sports team.
Laimis Z (kr) wrote: a documentary about slavoj zizek. about this hyper active academic/'comedian' philosopher in the studies of culture. we get a glimpse of him as a person. from his life in slovenia, to his travels and lectures all around the world. this doesn't present some new theory but presents the philosopher himself. someone whose funny, highly intelligent, and who always has something interesting to say. very enjoyable. if u like zizek. u like? i do.
Rita B (de) wrote: You HAVE to see this movie.
Ylber M (us) wrote: A decent thriller with an amazing John Turturro I love this actor and this kind of movie. I had the feeling that this movie is one of David Lynch's Twin Peaks episodes the same style the same story line or maybe I am such a big David Lynch fan that I see him everywhere.
Atul R (ca) wrote: Hrithik vs Shahrukh war started at this movie when Hrithik's Mission Kashmir and Shahrukh's Mohabbatein released at the same time. Both movie turned out to be super hit, although there was enough fan for Shahrukhs movie since it was all festive movie oppose to Mission kashmir nothing but violence. Jackie shroff was really good at the bad character, Sanjay Dutt as his best, Preity zinta looks cute and have done very good. Looks cute with Hrithik. And Hrithik Roshan is just growing and growing as an actor.
Lawrence B (es) wrote: Flimsy drama but impressive battle scenes.
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Would like to not see sometime!
Leilani K (ag) wrote: I didn't really get the point. This movie didn't go anywhere.
David L (mx) wrote: Just another "only good to laugh" but no special story of Stephen Chow.
Zachary M (nl) wrote: I think I've figured out the formula to making a financially successful western, you must make your characters unique enough to the point that the audience doesn't realize that all Westerns are all essentially the same thing. Tombstone doesn't do that. Everything about this movie just screams, been there done that, and even in a fun way. Maybe this could be used as a case study for future screenwriters to know how to not due a Western.
jay n (au) wrote: Sluggish, miscast drama surprisingly pedestrian considering the talent involved. Quinn should have played Brando's role and good actress through Jean Peters was she doesn't belong in a part that Katy Jurado would have filled perfectly. Maybe she was busy making High Noon.
sheila s (us) wrote: another classic movie, these films are really good
Thomas M (kr) wrote: Though very dark and sad, that film remains very truthfull to the novel. A love story that could be banal if there wasn't that addiction to heroin between the two lovers. Neil Armfield manage to share with brio the ups and downs of Luke Davies' characters. Heath Ledger wanted to work in Australia after his American success. Bingo !
Cole M (jp) wrote: Taps is the kind of movie you only watch once and forget about it forever.Poor choice of lead actor that is outshone by youngsters Tom Cruise and Sean Penn, both of whom have fantastic careers.Harold Becker, who I have never heard of fails to create any sort of pace in the film. I don't know whether this film is fictional or not, but the script would have been far more interesting and less dull, if the events followed an attack on the academy, with the cadets struggling for survival and crumbling amongst themselves into piles of cowardice and uncertainty, instead of a mundane script that goes nowhere and is awfully predictable.
Simon D (ru) wrote: I like David Lynch's films generally but this was a bit disappointing. There were only snippets of his usual weirdness, next to none of his wit, and the characters were far from original. I'll not be watching this again although there are a lot worse films out there.