March/April 1917. The first world war is already a couple year to pace. A sealed train with Russian emigrants keeps on driving from Zürich Germany and Sweden to Sint-Petersburg. The outlaws stand under the guidance of Vladimir J. Lenin. Two senior officers support the revolutionary bomb "to ensure that everything runs smoothly. Yet there are some unpleasant clashes between Socialists and enthusiastic workers who are worried about the war. During train travel there comes an end to Lenin's affair with the gracious Inessa, and his wife Nadja is prepared take back him. The triumphant entrance in St. Petersburg will exceed all expectations....
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Kashfia F (jp) wrote: Funny and the actors did a great job.
Laurent P (it) wrote: Fontaine adore les collisions de classes, sa comedie est plutot amusante dans son amorce, quand tout oppose, puis que tout rassemble pour transformer les egos. Helas le projet se limite a la mise en place, il manque l'objectif final, la demonstration, le message. Ce manque d'accomplissement est d'autant plus dommage que le couple Huppert Poelvoorde fonctionne parfaitement conte toute attente
Kellie T (au) wrote: Crap-your-pants creepy! If you like super spooky paranormal movies, this is definitely worth watching!
Andrew L (ag) wrote: Sertantly differerant from the rest of the movies I've seen. But this bolliwood film was ok if you like those sort of films. Though I might have enjoyed better if I could understand urdu or punjab
Matt B (it) wrote: Bobby as a hard ass dive instructor.
Stephen E (ca) wrote: Robert Forster's subtle "nice guy" performance in "Diamond Men" is one of the main reasons to watch the film, if not the only reason. Donnie Wahlberg is likable in his supporting role and the script offers some fine twists, but there is nothing here that engages or involves viewer. Cohen's direction and script hold up for the most part, but neither is very solid.
Tony B (jp) wrote: Very disappointing considering this was an Oscar winning documentary. The only really significant interviewee they had was the last surviving member of Black September who was directly involved with the hostage situation. But this film didn't go as deep or as detailed enough into situation as I had expected and more background information about the members of Black September and how the last three suriving members were able to leave freely after being arrested should've been presented. This was a very standard documentary that was way below my expectations, more detailed interviews with more significant key people involved in the situation, as well as some investigation into the before and after of the events would've made this a much more interesting and fufilling watch. Overall, it was too short, with too many slow and useless mood scenes showing clips of the Olympic games with cool 70's rock music in the background instead of significant information and detailed interviews.
Matthew B (es) wrote: While Driving Miss Daisy isn't what i call a best picture winner, since there were more deserving movies that came out that year, but the movie shouldn't get hate just for that. The movie is sweet, charming and heartwarming. This is the kind of film that granny's go to watch and after it's over their something like "That was nice". Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy were excellent in this movie, as both of them had great chemistry and very entertaining conversations between them. It dose get kind of dull at times and i do wish the films pasting was a bit better, but that's just me. I say it's worth checking out, because there's plenty of things to like and appreciate in this movie.
Carroll H (gb) wrote: I agree, it is the classic plot of good against evil with great poise and action. Well done movie with great acting ... Currently the highest grossing movie in China, was made by the frowing Chinese film industry. I have friends whose parents lived through the Japanese invasion of China. Any enemy can cause the people to rise up, but the Japanese were particularly cruel. This is the main reason the Chinese hate the Japanese to this day, especially the older generation.
Eddie S (au) wrote: My all time favorite movie!
Ari S (gb) wrote: One of the greatest film adventures an audience will ever take. Action packed, funny and mesmerizing. Steven Spielberg has created a world where kids and adults can strap in and take a ride with the whip cracking professor and archeologist who's adventures are fun, historical and entertaining in the best way imaginable. An instant classic that can be viewed over and over without getting old.