Hayat, her father and bedridden grandfather live in a riverside shack near the dangerously dark but breathtakingly beautiful waters of the Bosphorus. Hayat's father owns a small boat that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Only Sunshine
Hayat, her father and bedridden grandfather live in a riverside shack near the dangerously dark but breathtakingly beautiful waters of the Bosphorus. Hayat's father owns a small boat that ...
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Tim M (ag) wrote: Decent transgressive comedy.
Steve G (fr) wrote: I'd like to have seen what "The Darkroom" could have been with a big budget but despite its obvious limitations it was a fun film to watch. An amnesiac mental patient escapes the asylum to try to track down his past and eventually does so with the help of a young man who has his own family problems. The lead actors do a nice job and I enjoyed seeing a blonde Lucy Lawless in a small role. I've watched a million thrillers before so I figured out the final "twist" about 45 minutes before the end but I still think it was pretty well done.
Ahmed M (kr) wrote: Inspiring movie to watch and one of the best movies I have ever watched.
Dorwin D (nl) wrote: Another unsuccessful Holly to Bolly ripoff. If you have ever watched Rat Race and It's a Mad Mad World, you have pretty much seen half the movie. Dont be suprised to see parts of Road Trip mixed in there too. Scenes from Mr. Beans Holiday were ruthlessly stolen and slaughtered, I must add. The other half is crap so dont bother. The last scene brought me to tears, because I realised that Bollwood is out of ideas and good scripts. Sanjay Dutt should consider the 6 yrs jail sentence more seriously and Javed should stick to Boogie Woogie. Watch this movie at your own peril.
Jordan A (es) wrote: Visually stunning and unique this creepy horror classic will never let you go. With disturbing imagery that's hard to forget and a set design that's as creepy as it is beautiful, this scary gem is a one worth watching. 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Steve D (kr) wrote: A gross out but very funny slasher where freddy kruger can have a blast
Boogie B (ag) wrote: Amazing from start to finish!
Jouni M (fr) wrote: FBTS jumps the shark.
Robert B (ag) wrote: Freaks (Tod Browning, 1932)[originally posted 5Nov2001]While Tod Browning directed sixty-two films, from the early days of silent movies until the beginning of World War II, the vast majority of filmgoers (even of the snob variety) remember Browning solely for Freaks, his groundbreaking 1932 picture about carnival life. (Browning also directed Lugosi's Dracula and Chaney in a number of films, but the stars tended to eclipse the director in those cases.)The plot of the film is one of the mothers of all urban legends: a "normal" woman, Cleopatra the trapeze artist (Olga Baclanova) romances a sideshow performer, Hans the midget (Harry Earles) away from his fiancee, fellow midget Freida (Harry's real-life wife, Daisy), in order to get his inheritance so she and her real love, Hercules (Henry Victor) can run off and live like king and queen. This, needless to say, disquiets the sideshow populace, who get revenge on Cleopatra in a rather unique way. The plot is also, as should be obvious, quite thin and silly. The acting, in many cases, is atrocious, aside from a few Hollywood veterans, notably Henry Victor and Roscoe Ates, both of whom were quite well-known in their day (Victor was the lead in the 1916 production of The Picture of Dorian Gray; Ates was a character actor with a resume that encompassed such films as Gone with the Wind, The Champ, King Kong, and the 1933 live-action version of Alice in Wonderland). In other words, if you're looking for your basic Hollywood blockbuster, you're going to be disappointed.What makes Freaks (based on Clarence Robbins' novel Spurs) a classic is that Browning cast actual sideshow performers in many roles, and then handed them a script that treated them as human beings rather than freaks; the beauty of the movie's title is in its irony (something missed by many over the years who would have had the film banned). Browning's movie should have ushered in a new era of tolerance and recognition that so-called accidents of birth are human, too; unfortunately, more recent exploitation flicks like Freaks Uncensored! (1999) and the ever-popular Mondo Cane series (made between 1962 and 1988) provide pretty solid evidence that such is not the case. (It is another sad irony that the cast list for Freaks Uncensored! contains many of the same names as does Browning's film.) Still, Browning is certainly to be commended for trying, at least, and his amusing little peccadillo is certainly worth going out of your way to watch a time or two. **** 1/2
Janiss G (fr) wrote: Love getting to see New York city circa 1928! Lloyd's last silent is also one of his most charming.