Naked Harbour is a movie about Finnish love in the year 2011. It is a story about people who seek love and acceptance at any cost. During one winter week all its characters face something irreversible.
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Craig H (de) wrote: watch any movie directed by Larry Fessenden
Jay B (br) wrote: Not quite as fun and unexpected as the first, but still a silly laugh or twelve in store here. I'm a fan of Atkinson, so I dove in.
Cassie H (it) wrote: A great movie but it is extremely flawed in some of it. Ewan McGregor and Michelle Williams give great performances in this though.
Jochen W (de) wrote: In gewisser Hinsicht Michael Moores TRIUMPH DES WILLENS. Nur ohne Triumph. Die Dokumentation seiner Wahlwerbetour 2004 f 1/4r John Kerry ist ein reiner Gebrauchsfilm, und von einem kurzen Auftritt Roseanne Barrs am Ende abgesehen leider auch ohne jeden Witz und jede Cleverness.
Kitty H (us) wrote: The story of a girl who goes missing one day at the beach - shown 20 years on through the eyes of her younger sister (played by Natalie Imbuglia), and her current life. Some beautifully shot scenes between the sisters, mother and neighbour (Played by Tony Martin) and the simple things from childhoods - the waves at the beach, the local shops and those hot summer days. A great story and well portrayed but still leaves you wanting more at the end.
JJ M (de) wrote: David Gulpilil (Walkabout, The Last Wave, Rabbit Proof Fence) charismatically narrates a story that frames around another story, each of which exlpores aspects of tribal rituals, comradarie and cross-interaction. The pace is slow and deliberate, but I would have the utmost of respect for a film like this because it unobjectively speaks a tale centred around ancient aboriginal customs and displays numerous quirks and wisdom of a race that have survived for millennia. The tale itself bears a tragic but ultimately affirming message. It is well acted too and is filmed against a lush background in the Australian outback.
Jos M (us) wrote: Pretenciosa, pero visualmente deslumbrante.
Jayden (ru) wrote: this is a really good movie!
Andrew L (it) wrote: Along with 'Dead Man's Shoes', this is one of the very few decent British films for a very long time
Jim C (jp) wrote: 'Nomad' is a visually lush film. As in his other films, one of the best reasons to see this one is Kuno Becker who, also, is visually lush. Pretty much, this is a film about cowboys and Indians, but both sides are Indians...er...Kazaks. Right.
Ian C (mx) wrote: Good movie, katie favourite
Scott B (kr) wrote: Saw this show recently live. JOYOUS!!!!
Stefan G (ca) wrote: By and large, this movie was essentially a rehash of the previous RoboCop films, stripped of nearly everything that made the original RoboCop film great, and anything that made RoboCop 2 even slightly worth watching. Although I'll admit that the movie has its fair share of enjoyably silly moments, the whole experience felt scaled down, and this has a detrimental effect on the overall quality of the film. The acting was noticeably sub-par, and what didn't help is that they recast RoboCop. For me, the absence of Peter Weller from the title role is the worst part, because Weller was able to really deliver good performances as the title character. This film's version, however, seems far more lifeless than previous incarnations, and no hints of personality can change that. The production values were decent, but they seem very outdated, especially in the more CGI-heavy scenes, which suffer a kind of redundancy that usually happens in the third movie. The action would be a redeeming quality, except much of it has been neutered, presumably to attract a wider audience. There's really nothing much left to say, except that it was a poor exercise at rehashing a movie that had already tapped whatever potential the series had. Although, as far as pointless movie sequels go, I'd say that there are far worse films out there.
Ashley H (fr) wrote: Real Genius is an enjoyable film. It is about teenage geniuses deal with their abilities while developing a laser. Val Kilmer and Gabriel Jarret give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Martha Coolidge did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture is a must see. Real Genius is a must see.
ralphieboy333 (nl) wrote: By the screenplay, this back-to-nature adventure was set in the fall/winter of 1968 Quebec (source was a novel). A simple and remarkable tale of self-reliance. Highly recommended.