On 18Th September 2007 the inhabitants of the German townships Kerkwitz, Atterwasch and Grabko got the message to maybe lose their home because of brown coal mining. This film goes along ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ingela A (ca) wrote: This movie was excellent. The plot was deeper than you would believe. Cillian Murphy plays a deeply emotionally disturbed individual, when brought out of his normal routine in his life is faced to deal with who, what and whom he will become. The suspense of such a psychologically deep and suspenseful story will keep anyone with the intellectual capacity to understand said story on the edge of their seats. I for one would highly recommend it. And yes Cillian Murphy's performance is.... breathtaking
Yume M (ca) wrote: The colour rush was hypnotizing and such frank illustration is fresh, coming from a major female team.
Keith P (au) wrote: I'm watching it on a Spanish-language channel. It stars Miley's dad & Michelle's sister. I can't check it in to TVTag. & Only 183 IMDb users rated it 3.6. I think I typed up enough 411 to say this is truly 1 fecal film.
Cristbal S (ag) wrote: Visually stunning, "Children of Men" counts with amazing performances and a masterful direction, its final act left me without words and made me tear up in a reflection about what humanity and hope is. Truly a modern sci-fi master piece.
Lee H (de) wrote: Lots of action, somewhat grotesque
Private U (es) wrote: Beautiful use of piano music. Amazing film. Must see
Rob T (us) wrote: I'm surprised this is not available on DVD. It's not the best film Linklater has done, but it's still pretty good. If anything, it does for slacker young adults what Dazed and Confused did for slacker teenagers.
Toto A (it) wrote: Radio Days may be uneven, but its tender comedy and offbeat conflicts are enough to enjoy the nostalgia for the long lost golden age of sound broadcast.
Jane G (jp) wrote: One of my favorites from the 80's.
Atom J (nl) wrote: face from the a-team, starbuck from battlestar galactica - turns into a snake before our very eyes...
Eero V (ru) wrote: Putrid, ugly, exasperating, moronic, cataclysmically repulsive, insufferably boring, terribly written, terribly acted, morally reprehensible and completely rotten to the core, Never Back Down might just be one of the worst films ever made. It is one of those films that is all about trite clichs, and such films can often be made very well, but Never Back Down is so lazily made that you can almost hear director Jeff Wadlow yawning in the background. The film's message is old and familiar: if you're a boring nobody who is constantly bullied by tough guys, don't ever tell about those problems to anyone, because you can start studying martial arts instead and beat up the tough guys, after which everyone respects you and even get to date a hot chick! Yuck. The acting is laughably bad across the board, with Sean Faris and Cam Gigandet delivering the most charmless and bland performances you'll ever see. Amber Heard is very pretty (which is the only positive thing you can say about the film), but she's awful as well, and even Djimon Hounsou, the only qualified actor here, is completely wasted in a clownish role. I don't think even the most die-hard fans of mixed martial arts get anything out of this piece of shit other than a bad temper. Never Back Down is a film that I not only utterly loathe, it's a film that I disdain.
Kurt F (de) wrote: 9/16/16 This movie is pretty terrible. I was still somewhat entertained because it was so ridiculous. There are lots of scenes with half naked people and lots of sex references. It is absolutely INCREDIBLE that they managed to get so many famous people to be in this film. There were easily 50 famous people and there were probably way more because I don't really know celebrities at all. Anyway, not much plot, pure fluff, but somehow it is somewhat engrossing to watch because it is so extreme.