Nazis and Blondes
Veteran actors from the 3 Baltic countries - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - gather at a castle in Latvia to receive awards for their roles as Nazi villains in propagandist Soviet war films. They reminisce about the films that made them famous throughout the USSR, but also stigmatized the Baltic countries as Nazi sympathizers in the eyes of many Russians - a misconception that is nowadays exploited by the Russian media, desperate to label the Baltic countries as a fascist haven
- Stars:Tõnu Aav, Uldis Lieldidz, Algimantas Masiulis, Ervin Abel, Juozas Budraitis, Ants Eskola, Olev Eskola, Ville Hyvönen, Gunnar Kilgas, Eve Kivi, Harijs Liepins, Viktor Lorents, Jüri Lumiste, Heino Mandri, Bruno O'Ya,
- Director:Arbo Tammiksaar,
- Writer:Arbo Tammiksaar, Jaak Kilmi, Andrei Hvostov
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Nazis and Blondes torrent reviews
(br) wrote: the first half is very dissapointing, but if you resist the temptation to push the stop button, you can watch a good ending, good acting by carlyle as usual
(mx) wrote: Twisted is a thriller which sees a cop having all her ex lovers killed one by one. She is on the case to work out who has been on a killing spree.
(br) wrote: The only movie I have ever rented, started, stopped 10 minutes later, and returned
(gb) wrote: Seems a little too predictably sappy. Actors aren't my favorite choice. But I guess I can try....
(it) wrote: A very unlikely cast of people in an unlikely production from Scott Free makes for good bedfellows. First and foremost, this is a discussion film. You are NOT given all of the answers at the end of the movie, only the outcome. After you watch it, you'll want to discuss with someone's whose seen it to make sure that either you got everything right, you didn't understand it at all, or use it an excuse to argue over the plot. If that's your cup of tea, I highly recommend this movie. It's a well-executed thriller comedy that's just a bit rough around the edges. Joaquin shines here. Vince Vaugn, is, well, Vince Vaugn...not perfect, but too damned likeable to dismiss altogether. The supporting cast is also put to very good use. The plot plays out mysteriously and well, even if there are some holes here and there. My complaints lie only in the cinematography and some of the character development (one can look at this film as a forerunner to the perfection that is 'No Country For Old Men'). On a real personal note, I rather liked the plug for 'Alien'. :)
(br) wrote: Those that saw Olivier Assayas latest film (last year's The Clouds of Sils Maria), will notice plenty of thematic similarities in this earlier work. Also a surreal look at the film industry, Irma Vep takes the well-worn concept of dropping a foreigner into Paris (did Henry Miller start this trope with Tropic of Cancer?), and letting their alienation examine the city's importance, problems, and singularity. A meta-film that displays film production and film making, Irma Vep was meant to comment on the issues that plagued French films during the 90s, but much of its subject matter is still topical today, and its references to its country's previous filmmakers makes it an ideal film to screen for any French Cinema course. Assuredly directed, and provocative in its ambiguities, Irma Vep is a highlight for 90s French cinema.
(ag) wrote: Much funnier than I remembered it being. However, New Line Cinema sold the rights to someone and nobody knows who, which explains why there is no DVD version available. Basically, if you want to watch this you need to look long and hard for a bootlegged VHS-ripped copy. All that trouble for a movie about some dumb fat kid...
(fr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
(es) wrote: Lauren. Lauren. Lauren bacall.
(it) wrote: Still one of the very best Christmas movies! Funny and fun. Yippee-kae-yay!