Loves of a Blonde

Loves of a Blonde

A working-class young woman (Andula) in a hick Czech town sleeps with one of the band members of a group from Prague. "You are a Mondrian, not a Picasso," he tells her. When she doesn't hear from him again, she packs up and arrives on his doorstep in the big city, throwing his household (he lives with his parents) into chaos.

A factory manager in rural Czechoslovakia bargains with the army to send men to the area, to boost the morale of his young female workers, deprived of male company since the local boys have... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marion S (de) wrote: Excellent docu, d'une originalit et d'une clart incroyable.

Michael P (nl) wrote: What's scarier than a Werewolf? A Werewolf with a sword and knows martial arts! That's not just what this movie is about...but isn't that enough for you?

Edwin V (it) wrote: Kinda funny and tolerably entertaining. Graig Robinson in my opinion dished most of the humour. Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley had passable chemistry, I just wish they didn't say baby so much. Forreals, it gets on your nerves, kinda like a real couple. Overrall its an ok movie, im not mad at it.

Thomas P (jp) wrote: I really like the two comedies Katt Williams and Tracy Morgan but when Ice cube came into the picture I just start hating this movie

Orlok W (us) wrote: The Dramatization of the Greatest Massacre of Prisoners in the World--Gritty, realistic, funny, violent, superb... Carandiru hits hard on human brain!!

Brian B (gb) wrote: A gripping, compelling, star studded drama that will leave you on the edge of your seats begging for more. Director John Singleton has out done himself in what will forever be one of the greatest movies ever made.

Ian H (it) wrote: A must see film that really shows Morgan freeman in a completley different light!! Christopher Reeve "superman" in a film with Morgan freeman as a pimp!

Brett C (ag) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Time Bandits is everything a children's film should be; filled with important and daring themes, appealing characters, and visual imagination that wonderfully represent the curiosity and wildness of a child. I had fun during my first viewing of the film, but I did not write a review for it as I was so distracted by Gilliam's visual and comedic touch. Now that I have seen it for the second time, I have understood and seen almost everything that Time Bandits has to offer, and what a magical and thoughtful ride that was.In its surface the film is an adventure, following young Kevin along with a number of dwarfish international criminals, hopping through multiple points in time, hoping to earn, or better yet steal, money and gold from the most prominent figures of history. Just by its synopsis, Time Bandits is an entertaining ride that allows younger viewers to be aware and appreciate the significant individual of our time, made accessible through Gilliam's trademark wit and a dash of innocence. I especially had a laugh-fest when the group arrived and encountered Robin Hood played by the brilliant John Cleese, stealing my attention with every time he opens his mouth or gives a polite grin. Time Bandits does not make their "pit stops" repetitive, as each one carries a different tone and with each successive stop, character development have been established, with Kevin becoming less of a one-dimensional character. Each historical point is also beautiful to look at, with set designers and the location crew recreating iconic environments, helping not only Kevin but also its audience be immersed in its time traveling adventure.The film's second half becomes a different film tonally. It collects all of the film's themes and ideas that were built quietly built in the first half and uses it to provide a climax and a conclusion that would leave a mark on its viewers; ambitiously trying to change a young person's views on morality, life, death, and spirituality, while still conveyed in a way that is accessible and entertaining for its targeted audience. Gilliam portrays technology as a facade of evil, allowing its consumers be obsessed with self-improvement and in competition with thy neighbour; forgetting the value of virtue. Due to the film's large and insightful themes, it allows the film to not only be restricted to the young and innocent mindsets, but also to the adults watching. Though adults have already established their values and opinion towards the ideas of morality and spirituality, Time Bandits has the potential for these types of audiences to reconsider their views of life; yep, this film is that powerful.After all of the positive things that I have just stated about Time Bandits, why does it not get a perfect score? Well, though I adored the ambition in its storytelling and the ideas it explores, I felt the middle of this film was stretched out; it seems to be a common problem of Gilliam's films, he seems to cherish his vision so much that it is difficult for him to let a scene go or to shorten his favourite sequences. I doubt this would pose as a problem in subsequent viewings, as potentially I might see the value of those scenes that never were clear to me in previous viewings.Time Bandits is the film that all children's films should use as inspiration; tackling honest and essential ideas needed for the transition of a person from childhood to adulthood. Many consider Brazil as Terry Gilliam's pinnacle, but for me, Time Bandits is his magnum opus.