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Mamay draws on traditional Ukranian and Tatar folktales for its Romeo and Juliet-like love story and parable about chivalry and the struggle for freedom. Hundreds of years ago, in the wild ...

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Aarn B (it)

think I prefered it without words, it didnt seem so fluffy like the "talkies" which was nice, and all the characters has attitude anyway because of the times, I was quite amazed by some of fire scenes since they were filming in a burning building without the help of special effects or even stunt doubles it seemed, and for a very long scene must of been heavily choreographed, who would of thought that this film was made nearly 80 years ago!. The story is a tragic one at times, its a nice story of young love and imprisonment in brutal times. The first full length silent film ive ever seen, not quite as tollerant as the subject matter, it seemed to be slightly preachy at times but then again it was a long time ago and things like that did happen then, but it was still a great experience, before I knew It I was imagining the voices and lip reading, it was amazing how much you can get across without alot of dialogue

Andrew M (fr)

Visually and mentally chilling, Pi is a haunting and intelligent, if not occassionally scattershot, directorial debut for renowned filmmaker Darren Aronofsky

Anthony D (us)

Also, a Mormon missionary who apparently teaches only from the Bible and not from the Book of Mormon is a pretty bad missionary in my opinion. I appreciate the adult themes and situations in it, but still, it could have been a whole lot better. Clearly this film is more meant to inspire missionaries who face tremendous challenges in the field. Has that Disney touch to it and the acting is not that bad but it really does very little to inspire a person who is trying to build his or her testimony and faith. Cliche, corny, predictable, and in many parts wholly unrealistic, despite the film's claim to be based on a (I suspect greatly embellished) true story

Beth E (nl)

A memorable ending. Exceptionally creative and heart-wrenching story for its genre. I'm not a big chick flick fan or religious at all, but this was decent

dfw f (us)

5 stars highly recommended. Be sure and read the village voice review. One of the many joys of cinema is its ability to offer audiences a glimpse into a culture that they otherwise may never experience firsthand. This is a fascinating film. The director has applied his gifts for authenticity and naturalism to create a tender, unforgettable comedy about a vanishing way of life. Tulpan herself is a chimera, much talked about but never seen. Dvortsevoy is using his appealing nonprofessional cast, and the possibility of a successful romantic conclusion, to package an extraordinarily photographed handheld docudrama about a way of life that is none too slowly vanishing. is part ethnographic travelogue, part family drama and coming-of-age story, part goofy romance. Ondas is particularly tough on his brother-in-law Asa, perhaps because of the incredibly strong bonds between brother and sister. The tiny domestic space is not the only cause of tension. Some of the most touching scenes involve singing within the intimacy of the family group. Asa's sister Samal (Samal Esljamova) and Ondas (Ondas Besikbasov) and their three children share their home with him. The family is close in every sense of the word. Most of the interior scenes take place in traditional tent houses called jurtes. It is harsh and unforgiving with powerful dust storms dominating the environment. The movie was shot 500 km from the nearest city Chimkent. Its flat, dusty, dry plains are reminiscent of parts of outback Australia but are even more remote. Much of the film takes place in the tent house called a yurt that is shared by Asa (Askhat Kuchinchirekov), his brother-in-law Ondas (Ondasyn Besikbasov), his older sister Samal (Samal Yeslyamova), and three children. The narrative, however, is secondary to the dramatic on-camera birth of a lamb and the spectacular scenery of the steppes. Tulpan is the story of an ex-sailor seeking to marry the only available woman in the area to fulfill his dream of tending his own flock. This film almost presents us the slow decline of the nomadic sheepherding lifestyle on the steppes of Central Asia. Tulpan (2008) Winner of the Un Certain Regard award this year at the Cannes Film Festival, the fast disappearing world of nomadic sheep herders in Kazakhstan is dramatized in the part fictional, part documentary film Tulpan

Grace L (au)

Pokemon20. Inspiring kids to become masters and the best that they can be in life since 2000. This movie was a cinematic masterpiece

Graceann M (es)

Don't remember a thing about it

Jack K (nl)

He's equal parts creepy and funny as he interviews his unlucky candidates. As a fan of Malcolm McDowell, I really enjoyed his performance as The Employer

Jason D (mx)

Nice try though. Other than that (and Gillian Shure's perky titties), this film is uninteresting. The best parts of the film were scenes that involved Rose's character, which were mainly phone conversations and one fun scene midway through the end credits. There are a bevy of cameos in this film, including Ben Moody (used to be part of Evanescence), Zach Ward (Transformers), Kyle Gass (Tenacious D), Marilyn Ghigliotti (Veronica from Clerks), and my beloved Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp). The movie as a whole is dull, which is a shame, because the story is interesting. That's when the murders start happening. We start to learn that Jones is no good and his character becomes increasing worse as the cabin (and his ghost wife) continues to spook him. An interesting point in the story has Jones' character moving out there to take care of his comatose wife (whom I thought was Sean Young the whole time, but was actually Kathrine Bates). Dead and Gone is about a sexy stud (the wooden Quentin Jones) who moves out to a haunted cabin that was built on ancient burial ground and makes people go insane (hence the opening scene)

Jesse O (ru)

Above average movie. Oh well next time. I would rather have seen Clerks 2 buuuuuuuut my friends had to oppose me (well one didn't ). I really don't remember much of the movie but I remember that it's not bad at all. It was boring during some parts, it picked up at the end during the chase scene with the big Samoan guy. It still wasn't the best comedy by any shot. This movie wasn't as bad as I was led to believe