The film depicts the life of brilliant but tortured Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh (Kirk Douglas) and his obsessive devotion to his art that engulfs, consumes and finally destroys him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mike M (gb) wrote: Aside from some decent writing here and there, this is a real turd. Our protagonist frets over her flab while seeking out a trim male counterpart. She frets over her husband's mistress yet they are the same size. She contemptuously labels thin models as "freaks" before the opening titles pass and then preaches a feminist message of bullshit empowerment. And then there's Arquette. God he's awful.
I dont know w (gb) wrote: Looks like a nice story, and a decent film.
Thomas B (au) wrote: ***It's certainly not as good as the original, but there's still fun to be had in Louis Leterrier's follow up, with a good performance by Statham, typically ridiculous, yet entertaining action, and an unbelievably hot Kate Nauta. It's worth watching for her, trust me.
Jey A (au) wrote: Or... Hand of the Band?
Rob T (au) wrote: Fun little film - definately aimed at the 60's man though. Not really much to say about it other than it is clearly a product of its time and makes a reasonable watch during a hangover. Few flashes of boobs, though these are tempered by the thought that those boobs are now well older than me...
Timothy M (kr) wrote: Reasonably good fun. The propaganda element is so cheesy that it becomes a joke in and of itself. Rathbone is awesome, Nigel Bruce is hilarious... Lionel Atwill is a serviceable Moriarty. It's all very brisk and well made, but nothing really remarkable. I does incorporate Doyle elements, which is a plus for the Universal wartime pics
Mikael S (ca) wrote: Hugo just sucks, but PEGGY CARTER rules. CHRIS EVANS is beautiful.
Amanda H (nl) wrote: I sat through 15 minutes of this and saw nothing but a bunch of people whining. It made me hate Ben Stiller more than I already did. Don't waste your time.
Jens T (au) wrote: An allright war movie, good but not great. It was probably good, before Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima came and took the 1st place. But some memorable scenes is it, like when John Wayne's intoxicated character is invited by a women to her home to have a drink, and when his left alone while she is going to by some drink, he hear some noises from the next room, and discover that she have a baby. There many sentimental moments like this, even one of the guys is getting married. Besides all this the movie doesn't scream anti-war like Letters from Iwo Jima, but rattle accept it, and stay focus and don't ever step wrong or it will cost you. One Scene I admire is a scene where one of John Wayne's men calls after help after beging wounded and Wayne's is unable to send someone after him, because it will tells their position if they come after him. So they have no other choice than to stay com, while he is calling.