Life of Adolf Hitler

Life of Adolf Hitler

Carefully chronicling in great detail the early years of Hitler's political life until his fall as the leader of Germany, this archive-footage documentary offers a sharply critical insight into the stealthy rise of the Nazi party and how it's racist vision of the world slowly took hold in a disillusioned Germany.

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Di P (ag) wrote: Pretty good. filmed in was neat to see parts of Vancouver in the movie. More of a B movie...but interesting enough to be entertained

Esther H (es) wrote: Beautiful Boxer is a Beautiful Movie that is told in a beautiful way...Love the way the filmmaker tells the story!! It is a lovely story. The cast is good!! The cinematography is great and the locations were well picked too. No complaint!!

Danny R (us) wrote: Russell Mulcahy's surprisingly engaging action fantasy which was largely panned by most critics, but has since become a cult-classic. It concerns a Scottish swordsman named Connor MacLeon, well-played by Christopher Lambert, who in 1536 is pierced through the heart during mortal combat in the Scottish Highlands and becomes an immortal. In the year 1986 Connor lives in New York City as a sophisticated high-end antique dealer. It is here in this city and time that he will confront his ancient immortal nemeses, the Kurgan, chilling played by Clancy Brown with joyful malice. It is the time when the remaining immortals duel to the death until only one survives to claim "The Prize." Sir Sean Connery delivers a wonderfully flamboyant supporting performance as an immortal named Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez, who becomes Connor's mentor and teaches him the art of swordplay as well as the rules to the game. Good direction by Mulcahy, who gives his film superb action sequences and flashy cinematography by Gerry Fisher. Entertaining and well worth a look. Followed by three sequels and a television series. Recommended.

Henrik S (jp) wrote: Despite the allure of having the ole' Duke on top of the bill, I could not really get into this run-of-the-mill, formulaic 70s cop-thriller. I really like the genre but the film just lacks the talent and star power (besides Wayne) too be interesting and captivating. So, I could not finish it, despite some classic 70s merits such as a score by Bernhard Hermann and great costumes.

Christophe C (nl) wrote: Froid et ambigu, ce Chabrol est un vrai moment de tension tout en calcul et en manipulation. Fort, tr (C)s fort...