A couple embarks on a journey home for Chinese new year along with 130 million other migrant workers, to reunite with their children and struggle for a future. Their unseen story plays out as China soars towards being a world superpower. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Last Train Home
A family embarks on an annual tormenting journey along with 200 other million peasant workers to reunite with their distant family, and to revive their love and dignity as China soars as the world's next super power.
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Naynay I (au) wrote: I want to see this movie
Paul M (de) wrote: The scene in the dentist's chair was hilarious!
Ola G (ag) wrote: The vagrant Camiel Borgman (Jan Bijvoet) and some of his associates are chased from their underground hiding places by the local priest and some helpers. Soon after their escape, Borgman is randomly knocking on doors of wealthy people, asking if he can use bathing facilities in their house. In attempt to do good after her husband Richard (Jeroen Perceval) has beaten Camiel for being too persistent of using their bath, Marina (Hadewijch Minis) helps Borgman by giving him temporary shelter in the garden shed on their premises. Soon enough he turns their lives into a psychological nightmare...Alex van Warmerdams "Borgman" is uniquely different and one of those movies you simply dont know where it takes you and the story. Its a dark weird satirical and surreal film that has great storytelling and I love the unpredictability that kept me intrigued during the whole film. Jan Bijvoets Borgman is the Antichrist or an evil being and leader of a group of people which has cult written all over it and a goal of adding new followers along the way that will help him achieve whatever plan he might have in his head. Borgman is not interested in money or wealth, nor seducing women or hurting children. His only interest is to bring out the evil residing in all humans - men, women, children. He manipulates, sedates or kills people when it is necessary, but it is not a goal, just a tool for him to execute his ideas. "Borgman" is shot in a simple way, while the focus is on the story and the character development. Great performances from everyone involved. The lovely danish actress Sara Hjort Ditlevsen as Stine added some beauty to the story and the oddness. The film ends with several question marks and Alex van Warmerdam leaves it up to you what you want to make out of it. Once youve seen "Borgman" it will not leave your mind. Ever.
Stuart M (gb) wrote: This is a lesson in inept filmmaking. It has an excellent topic for its story but no sense of drama or even basic storytelling. It's like someone had seen a movie before but didn't know what its component parts were for. Best examples of this are the camera shots it makes. Opening scene of the movie: a bunch of guys running from the Germans. The camera pans up as it follows them and an unfocused mass of leaves appears in the foreground. Slowly the image focuses on them. It's a scene that's been done countless times before. Focus on the scene in the background and then suddenly draw attention to the threat in the foreground. It gives you a sense that you've seen the danger they haven't. But trees aren't dangerous, nor are the leaves used to transition to the next scene. I felt very confused wondering what the significance of those leaves was until I realized there was none. The director'd just seen it in a movie once and thought it looked cool.The film is filled with moments like that. Odd camera choices that add nothing and sow confusion. Most obvious one I can think of is filming a massacre in black and white. The film goes out of its way to introduce a cameraman with a videocamera and then the scene switches to black and white. The idea being to add verisimilitude I guess by giving it the feel of an old documentary. But it doesn't feel that way. It takes more than shooting something in black and white to make it feel like documentary footage but all they do is remove the colors from their color footage. It doesn't add anything and whenever a film makes an unusual choice like that you expect it to mean something.The plot's not well sorted either with none of the characters explored or difficulties explained. I have no idea why their mission ran into problems because the film never bothered to tell me. The lead actor's not very good and his character is poorly defined but unpleasant. Ian Fleming is not very Ian Fleming-like and you never really understand what his involvement is. He could be completely written out without affecting the film. Sean Bean is playing a part that I'm pretty sure was written for a much younger actor. Aside from the fact it seems odd to see a man of his years on a commando mission he's written as having an infant son, which generally implies a character in their early thirties. I'd avoid spoiling whether we can add this to a string of Sean Bean death scenes but I honestly don't know what happened to him. I mean, I have some idea, but the ending is so badly shot you can't tell what's happening. And then it abruptly ends with everyone out of danger somehow and for some reason. Crazy.Age of Heroes. It's a good title. It's just one the filmmakers never live up to. They seem to be treating the term ironically, but apart from one scene near the beginning they never really play off that. Which is exactly the level of self-awareness I'd expect from a film assembled this poorly. Scenery's nice though?
Anand S (jp) wrote: why the hell i did not see the ratings before watching this crap. Please dont watch it.
Conor M (de) wrote: This movie is just really good....watch that shit.
wes s (au) wrote: Awesome documentary even if your not a fan of skateboarding
Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
Daniel Y (es) wrote: STUPID, STUPID, STUPID AND EVEN MORE STUPID. This is a brainless mess that features one of the most stupidest and laugh out loud hilarious climaxes I've ever seen in my life. Now I can see how this film is so bad that it's good, much like it's predecessor, but that doesn't excuse the fact that it is god awful piece of cinema that shouldn't have existed because it's a shame to not only to have Jaws in its title but to be an existing movie all around. Do not see this film I highly recommend just sticking with the original, but if you're so curious just remember 2 is bearable and after that is your funeral.
Samantha B (ca) wrote: LOVE this movie!!!!!
Paul D (ru) wrote: A well put together chronicle of Madiba's political life.
Paxton A (gb) wrote: This movie smells so good.
Shiny M (de) wrote: the actors have woeful acting skills, cgi effects very like console games of the mid 00's, plot is all over the place.
Michael M (kr) wrote: The pinnacle of stupid fun. The plot is...was there one? Something regarding vengeance and standard martial arts stuff. Honestly when it starts going into plot, the movie drags to a halt and becomes profoundly dull. I had virtually no investment in any of the characters and most of the acting is poor at best. When the action starts up though, it's a lot of fun. I loved the unrelentingly R-rated action, and the ridiculous creativity of all of it. Is it a great movie? Hell no, it's hardly even a good one, but it is a lot of fun.