Young orphan Molly Moon comes across a book 'Hypnotism, An Ancient Art' and hypnotizes her way to a New York show and becomes rich and famous. But little does she know that an unscrupulous bank robber wants her book too. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tony R (ag) wrote: Interesting documentary on Stuxnet and cyber warfare. Worth your time but I would watch the 60 minutes piece on Stuxnet first.
Shane J (ag) wrote: The asylum do the alien invasion film again, terrible effects and a piss poor script. Kelly hi deserves better than this trash I guess she needed a new kitchen or something?
John M (au) wrote: It's kind of interesting to hear from the horse's mouth what goes through the head of one of the men responsible for more strife, unrest and death than anyone else on the planet. The most interesting question of all was the last one: 'Why are you doing this film?' Did he not anticipate that the producer could go back to the archives and edit them into the narrative to demonstrate clearly how reality diverges from Rumsfeld's account, how he himself was the source of misinformation that he now claims no one in the administration was responsible for? It was a good opportunity for Rumsfeld to put the record straight on what on earth he was talking about with his 'known unknown, unknown known' rhetoric, one that he blew by getting it mixed up in the film and still not appearing to understand his own bs. What the heck did it ever mean, and what kind of arrogance does it take for a man to come to a press conference where journalists want to know facts about why people are dying and present obscure philosophising as justification?Pearl Harbour seems to have weighed heavy on Rumsfeld's mind, and the determination that America was never to be caught out like it again, certainly not on his watch. He comes across genuine and sincere and you have to ask yourself, if you were elevated to a position of such responsibility, charged with the task of defending millions of people, would you not also see monsters around every corner and be prone to over-reacting to them? Would you not resent the expressions of dismay and ingratitude coming from those you are working your butt off to protect from the monsters?Most interesting it is that this film be released now, as the Iraq that Rumsfeld and Co so carefully fashioned into the one they wanted, that they felt was no threat to America, be disintegrating into the bloody mess of people who have their own ideas about how their world should be, with no regard for America, and have had enough of being dictated to by the likes of Rumsfeld and Bush. Maybe he, all along, acted with the best intentions. Maybe it was never about personal ambitions and jealousies. Maybe he sincerely believed he was speaking for the American people, but it shows how out of touch he was when America is forced to adopt different policies when it's citizens acquire the voice through technology to be able to speak for themselves. Long may this new America last, that doesn't go weighing into other people's fights and make them their own; that doesn't 'defend' itself by attacking first, and proceeding to crush into the ground anyone that disagrees with it; that doesn't find itself embroiled in other peoples' wars with no idea what it's doing there; that doesn't go meddling with other peoples' countries and cultures to try to impose on them something that, in their opinion, is best for America. Long may the voice of the people of America continue to be heard over the voice of big business and the cronies of the likes of Donald Rumsfeld, because when normal people speak up in empathy and understanding for other normal people, that is what will bring about a peaceful and secure America, along with the rest of the World
laura b (ru) wrote: fantastic film, really went into everything about marleys life, from family, fame, health,death,friends,country,drugs,and his rise.
Laura T (us) wrote: wow, the puppets did a whole lotta nothing in this movie....
Cheap M (de) wrote: Bernie leaves the orphanage at the advanced age of 30 and throws himself in a world he knows nothing of on a quest to reunite with his parents. Thanks to the delusiveness of this so original character, the plot will bring you an unexpected excitement and even if he was undeniably discovered abandoned in garbage his imagination will write the 'real' story: learning his real last name is Willis is sufficient for him to declare he was abducted from his billionaire American parents (leaving peacefully in the ghetto) by dangerous gangsters. They still hold them hostage, he makes it his mission: he must save them! The most dangerous threat you would face on this planet is Bernie believing that you had something to do with it, and if you meet him, he eventually will convince himself it's the case. He will accuse anything and anyone, and he destroys all that he considers to be one of 'the others'. We also learn from him that a neurotic paranoid maniac who applies a systematic pre-defensive strike is even more dangerous when he's driven by a self-legitimate quest. The violence he endured growing up in the orphanage only added aggressiveness to his already disturbed mind making him destruction incarnated, but yet, this troubled man shows absolutely no mean intentions. He has the conscience of an innocent and joyful child when he's reunited with his parents. Unfortunately and in order to be, a lot of sacrifices must be made... by absolutely everybody. He's actually quite a nice guy, but he eventually comes up with some extreme methods. Thus, he will apologise before and after beating you up with his shovel and might just eat your pet to make you talk, but he'll feel bad for you and will replace it with an even better one. (INITIATING SPOILER The most memorable scene would be when he finally discovers where his mother is 'being held hostage' (she is actually remarried): with the help of his even more neurotic father, they will storm the family's residence to 'rescue' her from these inhuman gangsters. SPOILER COMPLETE) Albert Dupontel who writes and directs also offers an impressive performance that gives life to one of the most original and complex madman ever seen on screen, and Bernie dealing with the situation can become surprisingly laughable. He almost made it a Film Noir, but with a witty comedy material that makes of Bernie the undisputed king of dark humour. If you are able to consider that such content can be turned into a comedy, well you're one of the lucky Bernie-compatible who can't afford to miss an original, unbelievable, must-see, comedy. Some will get bored and turn it off, some will be shocked, but others will experience authentic honest laughs. French with subtitles... 16+ Contains strong adult material...18 Strongly advised
Alex S (nl) wrote: The weakest of the Death Wish films, but still an interesting film to watch as it was one of Charles Bronson's last films (his last cinema released film), but it's like the recent fifth Die Hard film, the main actor is sleepwalking through this one, but considering Bronson's age on this one, who can blame him?
Aaron G (ca) wrote: Felt more like a middle-school play than a movie. I know Dan Aykroyd can act... just not in this movie.
Juli N (br) wrote: Isn't there a rule stating Gangster Don't Cry... if not there should be!