Mon oncle Antoine

Mon oncle Antoine

Set in cold rural Quebec at Christmas time, we follow the coming of age of a young boy and the life of his family which owns the town's general store and undertaking business. Mon Oncle Antoine is Director Claude Jutra's masterpiece: A poignant, starkly honest, but humane film, shot through with authenticity from beginning to end. Realized with an unflagging artistic vision, Mon Oncle Antoine poetically portrays a young boy's coming of age, vividly capturing the Quebec mining town in which he lives.

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Mark James A (br) wrote: With a running length of four hours and 10 minutes, watching Lav Diaz' "Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan" is so polarizing that it feels like it only runs for just about two hours. It has this spellbinding quality that will keep you hooked, a film that lulls its viewers to a series of poetic, dreamscape-inspired imageries and heavily philosophical dialogues exploring a grand statement the inside-out of humanity and the systems that surrounds it.

Spencer K (nl) wrote: The Possession Of Michael King is nothing we haven't seen 100 times before, it's nowhere near the vein of originality but what it gave me I enjoyed. slick, disturbing imagery, a creeping sense of dread, and an overall creepy feel to the film made me forgive it's flaws and I had a great time with this entertaining little horror movie.

Jamie B (fr) wrote: The perfect documentary to enjoy with a glass of wine.

stephen t (ca) wrote: utter crap so low budget

Shawana D (jp) wrote: Want to see dis.....

Dustin N (ru) wrote: Who would have thought a movie starring Fitty Cent would suck?

Daniel G (ag) wrote: cool comical low budget slasher

Lucas P (nl) wrote: The direction is all over the place, but it either fades away, or you stop noticing it. Other than that, all I can say is I would give anything to watch the play.

Monique M (fr) wrote: I met Kyra Sedgwick, Beau Bridges and Kevin Bacon while they were filming this movie in my grandparents neighbourhood. As soon as i can get someone to scan and help me put up the pics i have of myself and my friend Bonafyde M. in these to prove this, you'll see it was a really fun time. They all were down to Earth as to be expected, i could've met Lady Helen Mirren, but i thought it would be improper to bother her.

Justin A (ca) wrote: Probably John Carpenter's last great horror movie and probably the only HP Lovecraft inspired movie that is in the conversation with Re-Animator and From Beyond. Creepy imagery and a plot that moves along nicely. Recommended for John Carpenter fans and Lovecraft fans.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: This movie didn't take itself toooo seriously and for that I really enjoyed it.

Tit M (de) wrote: un classique des dialogues cultes des acteurs au top

Paul D (br) wrote: A family drama with just a hint of a wild beast on the loose to create some tension. It should be the other way around because it is a weak movie in this form. The major disappointment is the cat itself, unseen and consequently no menace for the audience.

Yoonki C (fr) wrote: Unbreakable, is from the creator of the successful and shocking The Sixth Sense. This is an extremely underrated film. Not understood and appreciated back at the 2000s. A highly original film with a central outstanding settle performance from Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson. A retelling fork of "What if Superman lived on Earth and did not knew his true identity". Also, this film is a quietly suspenseful film that engages the audiences to unpredictable twists and turns while leaving thoughtfulness of a highly original and unconventional origin story of a superhero. A misunderstood gem, Unbreakable is one of M. Night Shyamalan's best film throughout his career and also one of the masterpieces of this decade.

Matthew B (ag) wrote: "The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous."V for Vendetta is a dramatic and powerful piece of fiction that says so much that it's a shame critics miss understood it.P.S. Hugo Weaving, I love you man.