Movie Movie

Movie Movie

Three movie genres of the 1930s, boxing films, WWI aviation dramas, and backstage Broadway musicals, are satirized using the same cast.

Three movie genres of the 1930s, boxing films, WWI aviation dramas, and backstage Broadway musicals, are satirized using the same cast. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Melissa M (gb) wrote: Why do I do this to myself? Yeah, I meant by watching this.

Fara T (gb) wrote: An inspiring documentary of ordinary Palestinian villagers resisting Israeli encroachment upon their olive farms. It's also a tribute to those who have the courage to stand up for what is right, even if it means standing against your country's own interests.

Jessica J (ag) wrote: love the movie and the cast members are all to damn sexy rip paul walker

Andrew K (it) wrote: Great fun for slasher fans! Very surreal. I wish it had been longer.

Timothy N (jp) wrote: Strap yourselves in for a wild ride.

Ian M (ag) wrote: Watched this for the fourth time last night and I still love it. Fear X was dismissed by many as self-consciously sub-Lynchian arty weirdness, but it deserves rediscovery as one of the hidden gems of the 00s. Director Refn, screenwriter Hubert Selby Jr., and composer Brian Eno catch the somnambulistic dread and strange, suspended weightlessness of grief by making a film so slow and quiet it barely exists. The first reel always envelops me in a particularly ambient cocoon of isolation - deathly scenes of Turturro sitting around the house at night poring over CCTV footage for clues; tiptoeing around the empty bungalow across the street with a torch on a wintry afternoon (until he's interrupted by a rude knock at the door). I'm convinced I've lived those scenes in a past life. Or maybe I just dreamt them?

Anthony A (au) wrote: An interesting and new kind of horror, nothing too scary but the concept could have been taken to the extremes which could have made this movie a frightful one!

Tina T (au) wrote: Corny movie...but I loved it when I saw it back in Middle school... this is the movie that got me thinking i could build a solar car...

John W (us) wrote: Overly angst ridden growing-up-and-what-do-we-do-now story most notable for it's cast, not just the main characters, but the cameos are full of well known faces.

David B (gb) wrote: creepy character piece with a twist. think single white female meets death and the maiden

Ralph R (jp) wrote: I remember this and having to burn the clothes that I was wearing in order to rid them of the stench.

Zach S (ca) wrote: A smooth psychedelic adventure.

Chase K (ag) wrote: [font=Georgia][color=black]Well, I finally got my hands on a copy of [i]The 400 Blows[/i], and it was predictably great. The best Francois Truffaut movie that I've seen and ranks along side [i]Contempt[/i] (Godard) as one of the best of the French New Wave films that I've seen so far.[/color][/font][font=Georgia][color=#000000][/color][/font] [font=Georgia][color=#000000]It's just a simple story about poverty and pre-teen angst at first - albeit really well shot and crafted - but I really like the way it explores the fears and anxieties of young children while also playing out as somewhat of an expose on juvenile hospitality in post-war France. I thought it was great the way that Truffaut almost justified the fact that the boy was a real pain in the ass - the film is enhanced because of it being semi-autobiographical. Very good, great ending.[/color][/font][font=Georgia][color=#000000][/color][/font] [font=Georgia][color=#000000][i]Overlord[/i] is an interesting British war-film, consisting of about half stock World War II footage and half live-action shooting (as in filming). The two constrast almost seemlessly, and that alone deserves recognition and praise.[/color][/font][font=Georgia][color=#000000][/color][/font] [font=Georgia][color=#000000]The narrative is purposely fractured with the stock footage serving as a break, and it's non-linear almost from the start. Fundamentally, it covers a soldier from his boot camp arrival to the invasion of D-Day, but the real star in this movie is how director Stuart Cooper makes this film look so damn great. Sometimes it almost feels like an early 40's documentary and the stock footage is astonishing if your a World War II buff. I recommend it.[/color][/font]

Daniel B (ru) wrote: The greatest rack in the known galaxy

Becs D (jp) wrote: The story itself is of course a worthy tale to tell, it tried to be less Hollywood, but was still Hollywood, still very watchable