Exploring the radical changes which hit Hollywood in the 1960s and 70s, with a new breed of director and actor, and the anti-hero very much replacing the all-American hero. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Robbie V (ru) wrote: A creepy tale of the monster within
Simon D (fr) wrote: The sort of documentary I hate to watch, the sort that reminds us of the true ugliness of the human condition. This film only just came out in the UK, and since its premire in 2011 the number of incidents such as those raised in the film have increased by 35%... says it all really!
Jackie T (br) wrote: Charming, charming movie! I adored this movie so much! I want to live there when Im old too. :-)
Amber A (ca) wrote: A good story to curl up on the couch to watch and surprisingly good when nothing else is on to watch.
Spencer H (it) wrote: One of the better Bond movies.
Lynda R (fr) wrote: how sad..how can anyone do this kind of things to anyone
Richard D (de) wrote: Good Lord I hate this film, as much for it's squandered potential as it's idiotic, cartoonish politics and lousy script. It's a beautiful looking film, shot by Vittorio Storaro, has a wonderful international cast who (mostly) put in great performances and features a lush soundtrack by Ennio Morricone. What could go wrong? What goes wrong is a 5 1/2 hour running time coupled with a story that jumps all over the map, failing to develop anything resembling a coherent narrative and consistent characters. Instead of developing stories and characters, the film dwells on childish ideas of benevolent, rustic peasants inuitively endorsing Marxism as an answer to poverty. Why they are seeking an answer to poverty when they are so deliriously fucking happy being dirt poor is a question the film never bothers to answer. This is the kind of film that intellectuals who know jack fucking squat about being poor write.
Anthony K (us) wrote: Day 50: Hercules in New York. Back in the day, the Governator was known as Arnold Strong aka Mr. Universe. It's fitting that's how he's credited in this movie that looks like it was made by a twelve-year-old with a Super 8 camera. Side note: he can barely speak a word of English too.
Gman H (de) wrote: Probably still Aykroyd & Murphy's best work to date. Murphy is very funny in this. Billy Ray: When I was growing up, if we wanted a Jacuzzi, we had to fart in the tub.[8/10]
Jack B (fr) wrote: An inspiring yet ultimately tragic story. Makes me want to get out and run a bit faster. Long live Struggles McGee!