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Lust for Gold

Fortune seeker Barry Storm stumbles onto some clues that may lead him to the fabulous Lost Durchman Mine, but others have tried and been murdered.

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Fortune seeker Barry Storm stumbles onto some clues that may lead him to the fabulous Lost Durchman Mine, but others have tried and been murdered

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Alan L (fr)

The BBC Television centre looks amazing here. Top notch production design, with a well chosen cast. An affectionate and very moving tribute to the creators of the first Doctor. A lovely film


Clem R (it)

God, that woman is beautiful. Love the story and the set surrounding it. It's good see a film like this once in awhile


Dillinger P (kr)

nland Empire will push you as far as you can go, the question is, how far are you willing to go?. Not for everyone, not just for anyone. People sometimes forget that film is a visual medium, and although this is a jumbled pot of ideas, wonderfully woven into one, it consistantly hits every note a film should, always coming back around and never getting too lost within itself. However for those of you, willing to sit through marathon-esque nightmares, enveloping your life within the film, you will come out the other side, scorned maybe but thinking. All this being said, the 3rd act does begin to wilt, and it leaves you asking yourself a huge question, what am I doing, why have I spent my time with this? For a huge portion of people, making it to the 3rd act, is just not going to happen, sleep or surrender will kick in long before then, Inland Empire does not want you to like it, it wants you to endure it, live it, breathe it and it is without a doubt one of the most accurately depicted collapse in mental health ever committed to cinema, but people are not going to be comfortable with that, some will even hum and haw at its potentional sway into the art wank category. Even in the sound department, the first time away from Angelo Badalamenti, long time collaberator, the score is excellently crafted and the use of songs from Beck and other great artists and warmly welcomed and dont feel shoe horned in. He throws in some new moments, like the locomotion, yes that one and Sinner man, which could act solely as music videos, but their inclusion is hysterical and hypnotic all at the same time. Lynch continually throws curve balls, using all of his previous card tricks, in a well paced out manner, in order to keep the ship floating and for me, it works. We feel exhausted 1 hour in and there is still 2 hours to go. The new digital aspect of his film, also works in making the film feel incredibly lifelike, you feel like you are in the film, taking part, which is probably why its so difficult to get through, as what our characters have to go through is tormenting and a battle of strength. Ease them in with Blue Velvet or Elephant Man, as this thing is as far detached but equally as stunning as both of those films. Trust me, you want a friend to get into Lynch, this is NOT the one to start on. He has pushed himself away from being as cinematic as possible, with huge multi layered story lines, shot lists comprised of 75 percent close ups and a script that takes just about every ounce of energy in which to decipher, and even then you wont get close, he tries something new, its not user friendly and it most certainly will not gain him any new fans, more appease his already existing followers. All this would be lost, if it were not for Lynch's new and unorthodox approach to film making. It happens here. Macy makes his 30 second intervention wonderfully hilarious, magnetic and highly resonate, 30 seconds, seriously name a character in any film, who has 30 seconds to completely blow you off your feet. Even William H. Jeremy Irons is outstanding as Kingsley and Harry Dean Stanton is a work of genius as his right hand man. Justin Theroux is perfect as Devon, his whit, looks and charisma just ooze every time hes on screen. Her arc is so wonderfully crafted and woven together, that by the very last frame, we are still unsure of just how deep she went down the rabbit hole. And Dern shatters the screen with her multi layered, bipolar and hypnotizing role as Nicky. Its fucking deep. Macy, Terry Crews, Harry Dean Stanton, Diane Ladd, Grace Zabrinski, Naomi Watts, Laura Harring and Scott Coffey to name merely a few, in this huge black comedy, psycho thrilling, satire, stuff with horror, intrigue and romance. One thing that can be said is this cast, apart from being a huge wealth of talent, are all in it for the long shot, no performance to weak, no character to small to own mere moments of screen, talent such as Laura Dern, Justin Theroux, Jeremy Irons, William H. It is most certainly art, but to what degree of connection to your self, is entirely up to you as an individual. It is extremely tough, I find the best way is to just allow it all to flow through and try to digest later, forcing multiple viewings and constant conversation. Even with my summary I have barely scratched the surface and it can hardly be set in stone as Lynch is always been about what you take away from his imagery and bizarre story arcs. She is lucky enough to receive a role in a new up and coming Hollywood film, directed by a hot shot director Kingsley and co star with a heart throb Devon, its the chance of a lifetime for her and if all goes well, it could cement her place, firmly in Hollywood, only soon Nicky, Dern, becomes confused with her character and real life and is unable to let go of a highly intoxicating and demanding character and to go any deeper into it would just lose you completely. Still with me? So on the screen starts what appears to be a highly resonate and depraved movie about an actress, played by Laura Dern, who is married to a very dangerous and frightening Polish man, hugely wealthy and feared by all. . . Bare with me here, so the film follows an unnamed woman, she is sad, alone and trapped within a nightmare, here she has no option but to glue herself to the television, however this channel isnt exactly HBO or BBC, its a television of nightmarish and ghastly proportions, churning out bizarre erotic pornography and a sitcom that's 3 lead characters are bunny rabbits. It's 1 minute shy of 3 hours run time, instantly makes it one that you cant just shove on, in the back ground and turn your brain off, as Inland Empire requires you to have every brain cell operating at its fullest, in order for you to get any sense of cohesion from it, but if your willing to slug it out, it is as rewarding and demanding as some of Lynch's best work to day. However this only makes the experience feel more real and rewarding by its conclusion. I will happily stand up right now and say that Inland Empire is both alienating and extremely brutal to push your way right through to the end with. David Lynch's, as of yet, last commitment to cinema was equally hailed as both his best and most convoluted worst work committed in his canon of nightmarish delights


Ethan H (kr)

Couldn't even get half way through it


Jens T (jp)

Thumbs Up. What a thrilling scene. There is also a great scene where Gish is floating on an ice floe heading for a big water fall. But What's makes her so great, because she does it so passionately. You might argue that her acting limits are crying and not crying. Way Down East features once again a marvelous performance by Lillian Gish. But she refuses. Also, Lennox is also a good friend of the Bartlett and constant reminds Anna to go away. The son in the house, falls for Anne's virgin look, but she refuses him constantly. After this incident, she gets a job as a servant to the Bartlett's. And what's worse is that her baby dies. In this case the rich womanizer Lennox Sanderson, who trick Anna into a fake wedding, and she even gets pregnant. Griffith's Way Down East is the story about the young and petite Anna Moore (Lillian Gish), a country girl, who goes to the big city, a new world full of temptations. W. D


Michael R (gb)

. . . Too Many Plot Hole's, Was Filmed In SF


Moore S (es)

ccidentally i downloaded the movie with polish translation, later in the movie i realised that i missed nothing lol. one of the cheesiest movies i've ever seen :D lotsa cheap-ass fights, absolutely naked hot chicks and terrible acting


Moya W (ag)

By reading the summary you'll think it's 100% terrific and I was a bit dissappointed that I didn't like it that much, there's so many people who's said that they really love this movie but I can't really see what's to LOVE, not that good, deserves a 3 but not more than that!


Robert G (de)

I say use but it was more of a waste, she is beautiful and basically she is used as a pretty face, but she is also so talented at more or less her acting talents are a waste. The highlight of the movie is the performance by Melanie Griffith, the worst part was the use of Jennifer Connelly. Plus I thing the story is also a bit ridiculous. Both the dialogue and the story are somewhat of a bore. The big problem with this movie is the writing. The direction is nothing great either, I have heard the name of the director, Lee Tamahori, but not because he did some great film. I have to admit that I have never been a big fan on Nick Nolte, I have nothing against him I guess just never was a fan. The acting is okay I guess, not as good as I thought it would be with a star studded cast like this movie had


Sarah P (fr)

Pauly Shore AND Andy Dick? I will never, evr watch this