Mouse: An autobiographical film (7min, sound, spring 2011). This autobiographical short documentary is made before and during the Iranian New Year (spring of 2011). This film also examines ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mouse: An autobiographical film (7min, sound, spring 2011). This autobiographical short documentary is made before and during the Iranian New Year (spring of 2011). This film also examines ...
- Stars:Sara Khaki,
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Nicholas W (es) wrote: one of my favorite movies
Keelin M (br) wrote: a very enlightening movie.
jfloyd w (de) wrote: Tons of words have rightly recognized Bening's performance(s) but one should also recognize how good were the many other top-gun performers, especially Irons & Punch (one could also add Gambon) - as well as the films look, its costumes, locations, score and era.. without this cast (and this look) Szabo's film would hardly be as riveting - may even have been forgettable despite it's source material.. getting back to the acting there is plenty of over-acting and not only in the plays - of course this is the theater and, more so, the theater of the 30's...
Raymond S (mx) wrote: Bad Dialouge And Most Of The Acting Sucked But I Liked The Storyline Its Worth A Watch If U Have Time
Jayden C (us) wrote: kool as i want 2 see dis. i want 2 see every movie in da wole wide world of course im a movie lover
Lorne L (mx) wrote: Seasonal favourite. Second to Groundhog Day
J M (us) wrote: its all about phillip baker hall. if you like him, watch this. if not, you are going to be so bored. because youre an idiot.
John D (es) wrote: Off the frickin' radar. Anything that has Ringo, Sellers, and Milligan is open season for lunacy...
Robert I (jp) wrote: Well i aways like the movie.
Russ V (it) wrote: Sure, it can be kind of fun at times, but this movie is nothing more than a silly, over the top action movie, which is not what Tomb Raider is all about.
Steve C (it) wrote: David Oyelowo was really good at an impossible role, almost in the same way as Daniel Day-Lewis was as "Lincoln." Surprised how much detail of this history I already knew (or maybe not) but others will find it more enlightening. I particularly enjoyed the personal moments of doubt and challenge that Dr. King faced. Think the film may have been a little hard on LBJ, though. Just a little.