A look at the story behind Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, featuring interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from all of the Marvel films, the Marvel One-Shots and "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe
A look at the story behind Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, featuring interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from all of the Marvel films, the Marvel One-Shots and "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
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sasha c (ca) wrote: its a shame that this kind of movie unavailable to watch. history always getting back if we forgetting its
Ping L (us) wrote: This is not so much an 'Arctic Tale' as a tactful insight into the Arctic's demise, whilst also appreciating the beauty of its creatures and the wonders of nature.
Mloy X (gb) wrote: "There is a Jewish story, an ordinary Jewish joke. A father was teaching his little son to be less afraid, to have more courage, by having him jump down the stairs. He put his son on the second stair and said, "Jump, and I'll catch you," and then on the third stair and said, "Jump, and I'll catch you." And the little boy was afraid, but he trusted his father and did what he was told and jumped into his arms. The father put him on the next step, and then the next, each time telling him, "Jump, and I'll catch you." Then the boy jumped from a very high step, but this time the father stepped back, and the boy fell flat on his face. He picked himself up, bleeding and crying, and the father said to him, "That'll teach you." --- April Epner (Helen Hunt).I cannot believe this was billed as a comedy because there was nothing hilariously or ironically funny about it. This was a little depressing but I guess overall has a positive message. Helen Hunt and Colin Firth were fabulous and has a surprisingly good chemistry together. Unfortunately, Bette Midler just didn't jive with the rest of the cast's energy, she was too distracting and felt like a technicolor character in a black and white film. Matthrew Broderick's presence was just bizarre and forgettable, any number of more talented character actors could've done better. Overall, the film was just okay, but if I had to do it all over again, I'd prefer to have skipped viewing this film.
Andria F (mx) wrote: I would 4+ this very realistic movie. The last 2 hrs. were action packed and left me sitting on the edge of my seat.
Alex K (us) wrote: 1994's Pulp Fiction Is My Seventh Favorite Film Of All Time And 1992's Reservoir Dogs Is One Of My Favorite Films.
Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Bengel W (br) wrote: Stylish photography, mood setting music and a well written script means laughter. The actors make this story work well as their effort is rewarded in our enjoyment. As the mystery of the women is revealed the laughter increases to a pitch, and a few good morals take shape. Nibbles: Cookies and a glass of milk for this one!
Jacob B (ru) wrote: Really? Everyone's favourite silent cat and mouse duo talk now? I know that the creators probably did it for cinematic purposes but come on, this isn't even a film adaptation of Tom and Jerry at all. It's just a sort-of rehashing of The Rescuers featuring Tom and Jerry. The movie practically focuses more on the character of Robyn Starling rather than the real reason the relatively few people went to go see it. I will admit its animation is of a good quality and it has a bit of charm as well as drama and will keep young children entertained. However, I will also admit that the most of the musical numbers are lackluster and that it was a generally poor decision to sacrifice the slapstick we've come to love in favour of a film which focuses on dark themes. It's not the worst animated film out there but this is more of something you'd rent than to buy before it goes back to its rightful place in the bargain bin.
Jamie C (es) wrote: Good solid action film probably my least favorite Rambo film but still good, More humour than the first two, It took a while for Rambo to start the kill spree but when he started he never stopped, A must watch for all action fans.
Li G (it) wrote: the original is untouchable.
Adrian B (us) wrote: A nun is in the woods picking flowers and sees a naked boy, dirty and in need of a haircut, climbing trees and running around like a dog. She alerts the town, and the people head into the forests to capture the boy. When they do, they send him to a research facility and study him. This an interesting film, because the question of the kid ended up growing in the woods remains a mystery. What happens next is a doctor, played by director Francois Truffaut, decides to teach the kid how speak, respond to sound (initially everyone thought he was deaf!), and to speak (French of course but English would be a bonus). The movie ends up being a question of this kid's behaviour can be improved upon, so he can act like a normally functioning human being. Perhaps not as powerful as it should be, this none-the-less is another really good film from the master Truffaut. It is interesting, fascinating, and bizarre; the black-and-white photography is also a nice touch. I was always interested in what happens by the end, that is, if the kid would be improved or completely cured.
Private U (mx) wrote: Shortly after the darkness of The Devils (1971), Ken Russell wanted a change, so he adapted Sandy Wilson's stage musical. Set in the 1930's at the Theatre Royal in Portsmouth, it has a small-time theatrical company putting on an afternoon production of The Boy Friend to a near empty house, then the company's assistant stage manager Polly Browne (Twiggy) finds herself understudying for the leading lady, who's broke her foot. In the audience is Hollywood film director Cecil B. DeThrill (Vladek Sheybal), who is entertained by the production. Probabily one of Ken Russell's best films, a world away from his more darker films, and a love-letter to the Hollywood musicals of old, although it does contain some imagery typical of Russell, but it's a well staged film, he also gets the best out of Twiggy, and it's beautifully shot by the late, great David Watkin. Plus, it has a good supporting cast to it's name, including Bryan Pringle, Barbara Windsor, Tommy Tune, Brian Murphy and Glenda Jackson!! Once you see this film, it'll be impossible to forget!! :D
Jack B (us) wrote: A mediocre film, that fails to adequately examine the materials it attempts to cover. Basic story with unrealistic stupid characters and cheap twists. Go watch "a measure of a man" Star Trek The Next Generation if you want deep thought about AI and what it means to be human. Also film is a visual medium. You should be shown not ham fisted expository dialogue and philosophical quotes. Not sure why people liked this film. Go watch under the skin, a much better film and deep inquiry about similar subject material, where the plot isn't bland/cheap and actual substance is discussed.
Andrew C (ru) wrote: the stunts were good, and funny in places
Steven T (nl) wrote: Well Scripted and well acted. Small story with great moments of well executed comedy. Good moral... mostly.
Mike L (ca) wrote: This is the story of a put-upon widow Loretta (Cher) who is about to embark on a loveless marriage until fate, in the form of Nicolas Cage (Ronnie) intercedes. Ronnie, a tightly wired Brooklyn baker with a chip on his shoulder, is lost to love until an encounter with Loretta changes everything. Together, Ronnie and Loretta must navigate the tumultuous waters of passion and propriety and the challenges of a loving, yet dysfunctional family. This is an ensemble cast with magnetic chemistry. A brilliant Olympia Dukakis (Rose) plays the exhausted matriarch seeking answers to love, while husband Vincent Gardenia (Cosmo) is equally engaging as a past-his-prime plumber in the throws of a later-life crisis. This is one of the most authentic films I've seen, with characters that my inner New Yorker knows well. Filled with comfortable anecdotes and a true to life texture, the viewer will feel enveloped by a family they love, even if they don't know why. I highly recommend it.
Max B (mx) wrote: One of the most important films in Cinema. It is a lesson on life, a beautiful and heart-wrenching journey through the American dream.