Frau Kusters is preparing dinner late one seemingly ordinary afternoon in her seemingly ordinary kitchen in Frankfurt, Germany. Mrs. Kusters wants to add canned sausages to the stew, her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mother Küsters Goes to Heaven
Frau Kusters is preparing dinner late one seemingly ordinary afternoon in her seemingly ordinary kitchen in Frankfurt, Germany. Mrs. Kusters wants to add canned sausages to the stew, her ...
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Jamie P (us) wrote: I really did like this film
Ankit B (ca) wrote: Love the way they neatly bring together all the different stories in the end
Samantha L (jp) wrote: Really cute. The kids were witty in it and I liked that. Kids Movies/Shows are so dumbed down now. There were also a few familiar faces in this movie. Rider Strong (Boy Meets World), Taylor Momsen (Gossip Girl), and AnnaSophia Robb (Because of Winn Dixie). It had good casting. I liked the storyline, it was really good and AnnaSophia really surprised me, I only thought of her as a cheesy Disney star, but she was really good in this. So I definitely have a little more respect for her as an actress, but she needs to continue to do witty/smart roles like this instead of the crappy roles Disney throws at her.
Ruchir J (ru) wrote: very nice movie and awesome music track
Shantel D (kr) wrote: I bought this when the local video store was going under. I'm not sad that I did, even though it wasn't great. It was mildly entertaining... and it has Crispin Glover, which is why I bought it in the first place. I never expected it to be good - so I wasn't disappointed!!
Theresa J (it) wrote: Gross "love making" scenes between hot younger man and wrinkly old lady. Gah! Plus the story leaves much to be desired.
Bene F (jp) wrote: a devastating portrait of police brutality... bloody and shocking... an authentic cast, great scenery and an ending for the ages made this film a special one... i really liked the narration, though the soundtrack and some so-so cuts lacked in my opinion...
Lia M (jp) wrote: Hilarious! All-time fave. It's the actual story of the actual husband of the actual beloved French actress Charlotte Gainsbourg (daughter of 60's icons Serge and Jane Birkin).
KJ P (jp) wrote: It is inevitable that a film made for $60,000.00 with a return of almost $250,000,000.00 at the worldwide box office would get a sequel, but the least you could do is try to make something somewhat enjoyable. Take 2008's Iron Man for instance. They made that film in hopes of it becoming a success in order to expand on the Marvel universe. Granted, that universe already had a fanbase, but you see where I am going with this. The Blair Pitch Project was made on a shoestring budget with hardly a skeleton crew. I am positive that their hopes were to enter it into a film festival and gain some viewers, which would in turn get their names out to the world. Although the directors of the original film are no longer heard of today, as they were kind of one-hit-wonders, even then it seemed insanely quick for a studio to whip up a sequel. In just over a year, a sequel was produced as a cash grab. Lets talk about horrendous it was, and still remains to this day.Following a group of teenagers after they have viewed the film The Blair Witch Project, they venture into the woods to study the myth even further. They also bring cameras and bizarre things begin to happen to them. Now, at first you may start to commend the film for being different and flashing back and forth throughout time, but it also gives away the ending of the film, which is awful anyway, but that is aside from the point. While much more happens in this film, it also takes away the creepiness that the first film was able to pull off. With a $15,000,000.00 budget, it was clear that the studio was looking to make the same numbers as the original, but in turn it only ended up earning them under $50,000,000.00. While that return is not necessarily a box office bomb, it was clear that it was a one-time type of film. If they wanted to make a cash grab, they could have at least did the same movie over again with new people, but this film just makes the original feel like The Godfather of horror films.The original film relied solely on the shaky camera, clever sound design, and the performances in order to send chills down peoples spines. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 cuts to flashbacks of people being stabbed and branding being done, many more times than it needed to. Due to the fact that the core story was more of a mystery than a horror this time around, the filmmakers seemed to need to cut back to shocking moments to make its audience feel uneasy. It was cheap and I hated watching each and every trick that the filmmakers tried to pull on the audience. I would have liked this more as a mystery/thriller, but they were too afraid to take any chances.Overall, Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 tries to do something different with its story in the first act in order to make the audience feel like they are in for something very interesting; However, that is not the case at all. Fooling its audience into thinking it is a horror film and building up tension to a final scene that is laughably executed, this film fails on almost every level. The performances in the first film felt real and believable, but I found myself chuckling at most of the line deliveries throughout this film. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 is the epitome of a cash grab sequel that failed to hit every mark that it was striving for. Die hard fans of the original film won't even be able to find any enjoyment out of this train wreck of a sequel. The only thing that is remotely similar would have to be the fact that it takes place in the woods once again. This film is boring, laughably acted, and edited together faster than any horror film I have ever seen. Aside from a few promising moments in the first act, it is complete trash.
Donna D (ag) wrote: One of my favorite Chuck Norris movies back in the 80's. :) I'm so glad I finally own this movie after watching it on The Movie Channel back in the day. :)
Miguel Alejandro M (ca) wrote: Cheesy and almost gay, 'American Ninja' is entertaiment and watchable, just we need to ignore all the clitches and the really stupid scenes.
Will L (nl) wrote: Some of Vincent Price's best roles are those in which he parodies himself, such as he does in this film. (also 'Madhouse' and 'House of the Long Shadows')
David S (au) wrote: Good characterizations and solid performances all around, especially from Heston, is the best aspect about this underrated western... However, the plot is fairly conventional and the direction is rather dry and uninteresting, marring an otherwise good western.
Kyle M (mx) wrote: This sort-of silly, blandish and okay fantasy chick flick of the world where it's just luck for one of the random pair becomes a reality for the pair playing that lucky and unlucky pair (either way depending). Pine gets more luck in his acting career than the troublesome Lohan in hers as she was trying to work out her charm in this film (and rarely in reality). (B-)
Jack A (ca) wrote: Please, if u watch this film once and u didn't like it, just watch it twice or even a third time, i hated it when i first saw it but after a couple of times seeing it it became one of my favorite. TOP CLASSIC.
Nelson D (ag) wrote: Rachel Weisz, lovely as usual.
Bryant P (nl) wrote: not for the faint of heart