Mein Kampf

Mein Kampf

"Mein Kampf" presents the raising and fall of the Third Reich, showing mainly the destruction of Poland and the life Hitler, which is told since he was a mediocre student and frustrated aspirant of artist living in slums in Austria and Germany, until his suicide in 1945 after being the responsible for the death of million of people, and the destruction of Europe. All the footage is real and belonged to a secret file of Goebbels, inclusive with many very strong scenes filmed by Goebbels himself.

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William S (mx) wrote: In different manners, we all create our own fantasies- striving to make them a reality. Sometimes the healthiest thing to do is take a step back before we become engulfed; que sera.

Joe V (it) wrote: Although the film followed the stereotypical 2000's horror movie format, the plot twists and the way you have to think to figure everything out is incredible! Overall one of my favorite horror movies.

Private U (nl) wrote: A cute and heartwarming little family film presented by Miramax Family. Cool animation and an interesting plot.

Jon Rico H (kr) wrote: just terrible my wife wanted 2 c it just b cuz America ferera was in it

Dan S (gb) wrote: Imagine every football movie, throw in every clich to the max, and you have this film, about a small Texas town obsessed with high school football and how the backup quarterback (James van der Beek) rises to fame after the starting quarterback (Paul Walker) goes down with an injury in large part to his egotistical coach's (Jon Voight) poor decision making. The characters are caricatures, not really well developed and overacted to the extreme, especially by Voight in a scene-chewing, though admittedly enjoyable, performance. Half of the actors look ten years out of high school but they are still playing high school students. You can pretty much call every scene in the movie from beginning to end, but for some odd reason, you still end up liking the ride for the most part. It's fluff entertainment that does not have any interest in being anything more than that, but as long as you are okay with that, it's an alright film.

David M (au) wrote: A cold calculating atmospheric casino drama that puts Rounders and other American attempts to shame. Starring Clive owen as a novelist whose day job as a Croupier powers his fiction. And in doing so he becomes more and more of his protagonist and less of himself. Or the self he thinks he is. You get the sense that he used to be a punter just like the ones that he looks at with such indifference now. Indeed he gets himself up to his ears in trouble, gambling with life and relationships instead of money. Clive Owen cuts a definitive character that is always watching life, running numbers, rather than living it. The story has plenty of twists for you, the end feels rushed, and some of the plotlines are left loose. Still a good bet.

Staush P (br) wrote: Just god awful. Plus, Emilio Estevez blows.

Zachary E (mx) wrote: Sixteen Candles is a movie that deserves a rewatch from everybody whom has hailed this as a great seminal piece of film, because frankly it is and still is in a constantly changing and declining world of terrible comedies. Sixteen Candles is a movie of it's time and not just that it's drenched in the 1980's it also seems to be a movie rated PG, and in todays day and age it would no doubt earn itself an R rating due to it's constant use of swear words(which is very accurate towards teenage vocabulary), and one scene featuring nudity. John Hughes was a legend in the world of film for one reason he was always able to take a simplistic concept and build upon it, the simple concept taken for Sixteen Candles like most of Hughes's great films is placed right in the title, it's a girl's sixteenth birthday. The girl in question is Sam played by a Hughes regular Molly Ringwald, while Sam at times can be annoying with her constant over dramatization of events happening, I as someone whom has a sister can tell you that this is completely accurate to how a teenage girl acts. Ringwald turns in a stellar performance being just likeable enough so that you'll root for her despite the annoying dramatic aura she comes packaged with, what are we rooting for you may ask, well for her and Jake Ryan to get together at the end despite the fact that it seems like she's invisible to him, Jake is a character who's likeable throughout the entire film, as somehow the single most mature character in the entire feature, someone whom is looking for something real, not just wanting someone because of their looks or because they're "popular" but actually wanting someone for which he can actually be a boyfriend to, the second part of that word should be emphasized. Then of course we round out the main cast with Anthony Michael Hall's character whose name is never said rather he is just known as The Geek, it should be mentioned that despite the fact this movie is supposed to be Ringwald's it quickly becomes Hall's the moment he struts onto the screen, perfectly dorky, charming, and funny Hall is a character whose purpose in this movie seems to be to just free up the thoughts of our other 2 mains so that they aren't just talking to themselves about the problems they have. They are also many fun supporting characters adding some nice comedic moments along the way, notably Long Duk Dong(whom some would claim is a rascist character, but the film never directly mocks him rather they mock his actions and the situations he's in, and the other notables are The Geek's friends whom always have stuff on their heads, and Sam's family members all of which have their moment in the sun. While cheesy at times the film manages to make you smile all throughout it's runtime. In terms of films that perfectly encapsulate the teenage years, only one movie has ever done it better and that film is oddly enough also directed by John Hughes

Michael F (us) wrote: Crazy, but pretty damn funny!

Andrew O (ag) wrote: A drama in the most overblown sense of the word, Gone with the Wind proves to be an engaging and moving picture, even if it takes a little more of its 4-hour runtime to get there than we would've liked.

Mark K (gb) wrote: Nowhere near as memorable or disturbing as promised.

TheScarlatescu R (gb) wrote: Greatest Femmes Fatales in Classic Film Noir