Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl is a 1982 concert film in which the Monty Python team perform many of their greatest sketches at the Hollywood Bowl, including several pre-Python ones.
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Gabriel H (jp) wrote: pra voce que quer assistir um filme decente do batman vs superman, veja isto nao o lixo que saiu nos cinemas.
Paolo R (it) wrote: An interesting insight into the man's mind - done in his latter years when he was a little more open and honest about himself. Gotta love that scandi understated humour.
Ashley H (fr) wrote: The Quiet is a disappointing film. It is about a young deaf and mute woman who is sent to live with her godparents. Camilla Belle and Elisha Cuthbert give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Jamie Babbit did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Justin B (es) wrote: Aggressively unfunny and morally demented schmaltz fest. Not only is this the worst Christmas film I've ever see , it's one of the worst films period.
Tuhina D (jp) wrote: It's great to see a white woman trying to dance and lip sync in Bollywood.... but besides that, the movie was cheesy (hello, what can you expect from Salman Khan?).
Jason 123 D (jp) wrote: The symbolism is overt to the ending shot, but that doesn't mean the film is bad; in fact, the film is quite good. I had one technical critique about the film and that is it seems the entire film was shot on the same lens. Every shot goes out of focus in the background save two or three. The sets are lavish and well lit so I am confused as to why such an artistic approach was brought to the film. It works quite well, but the framing seems to indicate that the director sees the love between same-gendered couples as shallow in opposition to what he's trying to convey, which is the contrary. After watching it a few more times, I may understand the meaning behind this, but it seems lazy to shoot an entire film with one or two lenses. Other than that, I loved the lighting, the story, the camera blocking, and the performances. Many things I miss because I don't speak Italian, granted, but I guess my only other complaint or critique would be that there's such a deep rooted respect among the entire group but outright nobody treats anyone else with respect. That seemed strange to me, but I don't know the culture or the language, so I'll give it the benefit of the doubt that I'm missing something in context. I did love the dialogue between the main characters, however. It was very refreshing and . . . real.
Niklas S (gb) wrote: Miike has recently started up a new franchise that reminds me of this movie that me made semi early in his career. If this movie appealed to you then "Crows Zero" should be right up your alley. Gotta say that the violence in this is both fun and provoking.
Allan C (mx) wrote: 1980s ninjas. You know what to expect.
Shane E (ag) wrote: Why Pacino didn't win an Oscar for the film, is be beyond me.
Michael W (ru) wrote: Intriguing take of Sherlock Holmes mystery has Holmes investigating the Jack the Ripper killings in late 19th century London. Distinguished Canadian/British cast and period production featuring Director Bob Clark, who sandwiched this one between BLACK CHRISTMAS and PORKY'S, making quite a diverse catalogue. Nominated for eight Genies and winning five.
Sunnie D (mx) wrote: truffant is a genius. this is one of my personal favorites because i could relate to the character a lot, not so much in the way he gets any girl but in the way he thinks about them and the way he feels about them. i have the same care free attitude. the directing is amazing, i find myself now watching woman's legs in a new way. the greatest thing about truffaut movies that fascinates me is that if they were to be pitched to me i would not find it to be mind blowing, so i have come to the conclusion that there is no point in talking about his movies, one must just watch to admire genius. what a fantastic movie.
Don S (gb) wrote: This appears to be a 1970s made for TV movie. It is mostly poorly acted and written. The story moves along slowly, and not enough information is given in order for you to care about the characters in the movie. Unless there is an actor in this that you are a huge fan of, you'd do well to watch something else.
Jason M (us) wrote: It is difficult to appreciate a story about a stolen bike in today's day and age. After all, it seems that in a world of seemingly endless credit, how difficult is it to procure a $100 bicycle? However, this common fixture in the modern world contrasts starkly with that of post-war Italy, where poverty and scarcity of goods were a reality. My parents immigrated from Italy in 1951, so I speak from direct family experience.Putting the issue of a simple bike theft into perspective, this film must be appreciated for its ability to absorb the viewer into the plot and characters, despite how simple the premise may be. I found myself totally absorbed, despite reminding myself that after all, this is all simply for a bike? I put it in the context of how valuable a vehicle is to a family today, given that it is required to hold a job that is essential to putting food on a poor family's table. And this, in an era before "no money down" and ther modern credit enhancements designed to place valuable goods in the hands of insatiable consumers.The film's protagonist is accompanied by his young son, who seems to represent his conscience. It's a real pity that Lamberto Maggiorani never really found meaningful work as an actor again, and even lost his job.after this film, despite this film becoming so critically appraised globally. What is worse, he only earned the equivalent of US$1,000 for this masterpiece. Even Enzo Staiola, the young child actor, found his future as a math teacher rather than an actor despite his brilliant performance.The film represents a crowning benchmark of neo-realist cinema. Non-actors within a realistic plot. This is about as far from Hollywood as one can get, and Italian cinema was the centre for neo-realism after World War 2. I recommend this film for lovers, students and professionals of classic cinema. This is not one for mass consumption, Hollywood, formulaic blockbuster aficionados.
Scott F (kr) wrote: WAY funnier than I thought it was going to be! Jason Bateman is SO talented.
David A (nl) wrote: Definitely one of Johnny Depp's wonderful performances. "Finding Neverland" is heartwarming and sweet that will you pull your heartstrings without effort. It never lets go and makes you believe in magic again. Thoroughly entertaining and quirky. I highly recommend this for anyone who loves to shed a tear once and awhile.
Jim F (it) wrote: Boring action detective movie full of super slow mo's dodging bullets, shooting , diving, just like the video game actually. Glad they made sure of giving everyone of his arsenal some screentime. There's mr. Shotgun, Mr. machine gun, and good old reliable mr. Pistol. My favorite was Mr. Sountrack and Natasha ,, what a gorgeous babe
Dan S (ru) wrote: An interesting, superbly well made documentary about the bodybuilding lifestyle and those heavily involved with it, notably Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno. What this film does so well is how it explores the roots of all these guys and how they came to fall in love with the sport of bodybuilding, and how their pasts effected their choice of a career in life. Schwarzenegger and Ferrigno come across as totally likeable and rootable guys who you could see from the start were going to be big successes in life after bodybuilding. The film does not try to do anything special or go too long, and for that, it remains enjoyable through its running time.
Arvinth K (au) wrote: what i can tel more abt Irish love, togetherness, country side, music, so on? --- a beautiful journey --- loved the way the gal revealed the secret at the end & her satisfaction towards the divided money --- Toast for Irish life, slainte !
J M (ru) wrote: Gritty, painful to watch but great acting and very well done.