Nikodem Dyzma is a poor dancer who came to Warsaw to find a job. The problem is that nobody want him. One day he find invitation to the party with VIP-s. He decided to go there. Small ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gordon C (br) wrote: Mads is completely lunicidal! Some of the politics are pretty tough to follow, but the absurdity of it all, the corruptness throughout the stricken African landscape, the meddling of the Chinese, the tensions are pretty real. A good watch, to really put a face to African politics - or the lack thereof. The stuff with the head of Security had my heart beating. That dude has seen some stuff.
Briana T (ru) wrote: While I agree the production and cinematography needed work, overall I liked this movie. If you read the book, this movie followed the book very closely and as a fan of the book I quite enjoyed the movie. It's frustrating to see 30 - 50 year old men and women rating a movie meant for girls 15 - 25. This movie was more for the fans who contributed to its crowdfunding than outsiders unfamiliar with the "overstuffed backstory".
Terry L (jp) wrote: Very entertaining and allowed me to laugh and enjoy a great display of what Kevin James does! Don't listen to the critics! This movie made me forget all of the serious trauma going on in my life and really turned my day around!!! 20 year old, 61 year old and 50 year old all enjoyed it!
James C (it) wrote: Impressive graphics and special effects, plus affable characters make this worth seeing.
Tom H (es) wrote: entertainingly bad sci-fi channel movie. the acting is retarded and the effects are pretty crappy. but i like this shit.
Kerry D (mx) wrote: now the musical genius of percy is the by far the best part :D had me in stitches everytime
dan b (jp) wrote: Oh if only all the worlds conflicts could be settled by chinese downhill, a beautiful dream yes, but a dream none the less.
Waldir P (br) wrote: A little surreal -- sort of reminds me of "The Fountain". It was enjoyable, but not very satisfactory in terms of plot resolution. Nothing is set in stone and the viewer is left to take their own conclusions as to what happened in the end. It's more of a psychological and philosophical dram than pure science fiction, but that said, it's an interesting (intriguing) one.
Diana S (es) wrote: Over 30 reviews behind! This time, I'm blaming Facebook and all it's addictive applications. So the reviews will be short and sometimes sweet, but I'm going to try to catch up a bit today.[b]Billy Liar[/b] was the last of the flimspotting Angry Young Men marathon. A young man with dreams of becoming a screenwriter fantasizes his way through a day of his humdrum existence. Again, though I can respect the quality of the filmmaking, I just did not understand the character motivations. I'm starting to think it's because we don't really have a class system in America and so I can't really grasp the pain of the working class in Britain.Sean Penn ("All the King's Men") totally deserved the Oscar for his turn in [b]Milk[/b]. He transforms into Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to hold elected office. The film doesn't show Milk's entire life, but begins when he moves to San Francisco. And though it focuses on the politics, it's also a bit of a love story, showing how Milk's relationships were affected by his running for office. Very well done film. Moving with lots of food for thought.[b]The Spiral Staircase[/b] is a tense little thriller that relies more on shadows and suspense than jump-out scares. The plot involves a series of murders in which all of the victims have been handicapped in some way. The heroine has lost her voice and we watch her navigate a dark, scary house unable to call for help as the murderer stalks her.Harrison Ford ("Crossing Over") really is the epitome of action star. In [b]Clear and Present Danger[/b], he plays CIA agent Jack Ryan who must uncover a plot that goes all the way to the presidency. And though much of the time Ford is embroiled in office politics, he makes it look tense. And then it's time to kick butt and he's good at that too. Some of the computer stuff is dated and seems silly now, but for the most part, the film holds up.I remember really liking[b] Wolf[/b] when I saw it upon it's initial release. It's still entertaining, but now dated. Jack Nicholson ("The Bucket List"), who looks the part and I think is the inspiration for Wolverine's make-up in X-Men, stars as an aging editor who's bitten by a wolf and then begins to change. Along the way, he bites a very smarmy James Spader ("Shadow of Fear") and they both inappropriately sniff Michelle Pfeiffer ("Stardust").
Ivan D (it) wrote: Years before his satirical digs towards the bourgeoisie crowd with masterful films like "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" and "The Phantom of Liberty", Luis Buuel was already out there stressing a significant point or two. And in "Los Olvidados'" case, it is the tragedy of children forced into the life of crime not because they want to but because there really is no other option; that and maybe some lack of guidance and parental warmth. Can you really blame a petty crime solely on the small hands that have done it? With a visual preference that is geared more towards neorealism, this film specifically highlights Luis Buuel's humbler days as a filmmaker both in imagery and themes. But being the audacious auteur that he always was, he has successfully combined the grittiness of social realism with the visual profundity of surrealism. What resulted was a brave, candid and ultimately gut-churning film that emphasizes the sheer decay of youth life in post-war Mexico that's as potent to this day as it was when it was released more than 60 years ago. Youth angst, as we all know, is a favorite topic amongst filmmakers. Be it in the context of formal education, societal disconnection or simple case of immature alienation, directors have wallowed in them, sometimes to pretentious extent. But only a few films have really embraced the topic of adolescence with an intention to expose something alarmingly rancid and truthful. One of them is "Los Olvidados". Years before "City of God" has rocked the film world with its fearless portrait of youth criminality in the titular Rio de Janeiro neighborhood, "Los Olvidados" has already left a mark in the world of cinema with its intense depiction of spontaneous criminality committed by the most fragile of bodies and the youngest of minds. In every country's underbelly, there are criminals who will steal and kill for money. Luis Buuel has highlighted the sad fact that among those low-lives are young ones who doesn't even know what's left from right, right from wrong. The truth hurts indeed. Generally about the reality of youth criminality, "Los Olvidados" is focused on three facets, represented by three unforgettable characters: El Jaibo (Roberto Cobo) the full-fledged criminal, young Pedro (Alfonso Mejia) the conflicted one, and Ojitos (Mario Ramirez), the kindred boy who got dragged in the middle of it all. With these characters, Buuel was able to explore the extent of their reality by mixing both hope and despair. Hope that one of them may ultimately choose to escape and lead a better life, and despair that maybe all of them are, after all, futilely treading a path towards a moral cul-de-sac. And between those, there were Buuel's chickens. All throughout the film and even in one of the characters' dream, chickens were ever-present. How do these feathery animals really figure in on the film's whole thematic plateau? "Look into the eyes of a chicken and you will see real stupidity," the great Werner Herzog has stated. Though that is too derogatory a remark, I think that it speaks well for what Buuel's chickens may ultimately signify in this film. With that blunt statement about chickens, maybe what Herzog mistakes as idiocy, Buuel sees as naivety. Perhaps it's not stupidity that they represent but innocence. And in every chickens smashed into smithereens (as in the film), it is innocence lost. Maybe that also applies quite well with the notorious chicken sex scene in "Pink Flamingos". Back in 1950 when the Mexican government was eager for its citizens to see, feel and sense progress even when it means suppressing truth itself, "Los Olvidados" is incredibly audacious, what with its decrepit portrayal of urban squalor and looming sense of hopelessness. But this, I think, is also an urgent film of terrible necessity because it shows something painfully real. "Los Olvidados", with its timeless statement about impoverished youth life, is one of those truly powerful cinematic creations that constantly remind us that not all children are for the good old sing and dance.
Renee D (us) wrote: I like it. I think he acts pretty well in this one. Depth or something.
Greg G (fr) wrote: Classic! The way movies should be made!
Bengel W (kr) wrote: A very hot and sexy group of actors get together with some motorbikes and guns and have a whale of a time shooting and not hitting a lot. The photography is pretty and gives a sense of quiet around the action creating a sharp contrast that is heightening of the tension of the chase. The acting and script is mediocre at times however these moments soon pass. Nibbles: Roast Boar.
Jeremy Y (ru) wrote: One of my all time favorite sci-fi flicks . Truly underrated. If you want to see an amazing danny boyle movie , take the plunge and watch it . You wont be disappointed .
Christine G (ag) wrote: creepy But quite good after you get passed a few questionable seems scenes