Niskavuoren Aarne

Niskavuoren Aarne

Niskavuoren Aarne (Arne från Niskavuori) on suomalainen mustavalkoinen draamaelokuva vuodelta 1954. Se perustuu Hella Wuolijoen näytelmään Niskavuoren leipä. Niskavuori-sarjan aikajärjestyksessä elokuva on neljäs, ja sen tapahtumat sijoittuvat vuoden 1937 Hämeeseen ja Helsinkiin. Kerronnaltaan se edustaa perinteistä maalaisepiikkaa. Elokuvan alkua elävöittävät ilmakuvat Hämeen järvistä ja metsistä sekä pitkä kansanlaulu- ja kansantanssiosuus. Niskavuoren Aarne sai Jussi-palkinnon Heikki Aaltoilan musiikista 15. marraskuuta 1954. Elokuva esitettiin televisiossa ensi kerran 30. tammikuuta 1964. Se on julkaistu VHS:nä ja myöhemmin DVD:nä. Vuonna 1984 valmistuneen Niskavuori-elokuvan jälkimmäinen puolisko perustuu niin ikään näytelmään Niskavuoren leipä.

Niskavuoren Aarne (Arne från Niskavuori) on suomalainen mustavalkoinen draamaelokuva vuodelta 1954. Se perustuu Hella Wuolijoen näytelmään Niskavuoren leipä. Niskavuori-sarjan aikajärjestyksessä elokuva on neljäs, ja sen tapahtumat sijoittuvat vuoden 1937 Hämeeseen ja Helsinkiin. Kerronnaltaan se edustaa perinteistä maalaisepiikkaa. Elokuvan alkua elävöittävät ilmakuvat Hämeen järvistä ja metsistä sekä pitkä kansanlaulu- ja kansantanssiosuus. Niskavuoren Aarne sai Jussi-palkinnon Heikki Aaltoilan musiikista 15. marraskuuta 1954. Elokuva esitettiin televisiossa ensi kerran 30. tammikuuta 1964. Se on julkaistu VHS:nä ja myöhemmin DVD:nä. Vuonna 1984 valmistuneen Niskavuori-elokuvan jälkimmäinen puolisko perustuu niin ikään näytelmään Niskavuoren leipä. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joel A (br) wrote: I wasn't aware of Mary Kom so watching this movie was an educational experience. The trouble with this film is that it's way too long. About halfway through the film I was wondering when it was going to end. I think the first half of it could of been done away with. It would of been much better they had focused on Mary making her comeback (instead of her whole career). Another issue I had was Priyanka Chopra being casted as playing the lead role. While she does a good job, I just don't know why they didn't have someone who looked more like the real Mary Kom.

John C (mx) wrote: Despite a handful of really touching and frightening moments and a wondefully moody score, it just doesn't go anywhere until a horribly pointless twist. Messina and Jones create great characters that you wish were put in a better plot that actually had something a little less predictable to say about sex, commitment, and the fear that goes with both.

AZ D (nl) wrote: An insightful documentary into the dying underworld of the japanese gangster "Yakuza" and how it struggles to survive in a modernized society where it's youth rejects the traditional. If you are a fan of the the genre like I am, it is an excellent companion piece to your collection. Much of the movie delves into the discipline and rituals of this underworld and how they are seen through the eyes of a rapidly changing society.

Steve B (es) wrote: rather poor though to be fair its difficult subject matter

Chad D (ru) wrote: Somewhat entertaining, Freedomland doesn't quite make its point, but does make the viewer want to see where it goes.

Adam R (ru) wrote: Far from a perfect movie, in fact I'd even argue that it's actually NOT a good movie at all, Equilibrium nevertheless manages to be extremely entertaining from start to finish. Borrowing heavily from such stories such as 1984 and Fahrenheit 451, maybe even ripping them off in many respects, the film strives to tell a story that is deep and heartfelt about the importance of emotion and individuality. However, thanks to the film's ridiculously over the top action sequences or "gun kata" (kung fu with guns) and its apparent lack of self-awareness, its messages are nearly impossible to take seriously. With that said, the fight scenes, as outrageous as they are, are still very well-choreographed and exciting. The visual style, while again ripping off of other styles, does have a few interesting moments of eye candy. Even the performances, especially from Angus Macfadyen, are hilariously hammy. Special mention should go to Christian Bale as the lead who actually creates a very genuine portrayal of a man who's experiencing emotions for the first time in his life. His performance is honestly too good for this schlock. There's even something to be said about the enthusiasm for the story being told by the filmmakers. This never feels like some cynical cash grab. It feels like director Kurt Wimmer and the people involved wanted to make something really great and it truly shows here; a dumb movie with an Ed Wood type passion but with much better production values. Overall, while this is far from a game changer and is often clumsy in its execution, Equilibrium works as a purely fun entertaining piece of fluff with the admirable ambition to say something more.

Derek R (nl) wrote: Not the best of Kim Basinger's movies, but a good way to kill time on a slow weekend.

Andrew S (gb) wrote: Such an infuriating film! A series of unfortunate events leads John Cleese into a unending spiral of events that ends up with his actions getting more and more frantic and more and more out of control.But it is a really good movie. Cleese at his very best in my opinion.

Andy K (gb) wrote: amazing wing chun fights and a solidish plot! the comedic scenes let it down slightly!

FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: 88%"Bring me back my bananas!"-Banana Man (Harry Basch)A hidden gem! High adventure, comedy, crazy stunts and a political message about sapping other countries' resources, whats not to like. Has a great cast who are obviously having fun. I'd have to say SWASHBUCKLER had some influence on PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN franchise.

Van R (ca) wrote: Herschel Gordon Lewis has many claims to fame. Film historians credit him with creating the splatter horror film. H.G. Lewis worked in the fringe and produced what most people derogate as 'exploitation' films. He acquired his reputation for BLOOD FEAST (1963) and replicated the formula with two more gore features TWO THOUSAND MANIACS! (1964) and COLOR ME BLOOD RED (1965). Despite his critical cinematic recognition, H.G. Lewis has directed some potboilers. Budgeted at $35-thousand dollars, SOMETHING WEIRD looks amateurish at times with uneven acting and occasionally out of focus photography. These defects detract the marginal credibility it musters from its conventional, uninspired James F. Hurley screenplay that combines fairy tales with the modern day scourge of Communism. Basically, SOMETHING WEIRD makes you want to laugh rather than cringe when its melodramatics turn to antics. For example, the fairy tale witch subplot falls apart due to childish, Halloween make-up. Clocking in at 80 minutes, SOMETHING WEIRD is mercifully brief and tosses in the legitimate use of the narcotic LSD in a plot about an individual so severely burned in an accident that he acquires a supernatural psychic ability. SOMETHING WEIRD opens with a crime sequence. A man whose identity is hidden strangles a beautiful young woman to death in what appears to be an alley. This serial killer of sorts will figure prominently later on in the story. Afterward, the scene shifts to a martial arts studio where an instructor comments about his student's improper exhibition of karate when breaking a board. Dr. Alex Jordan (William Brooker) has the instructor, Kim, show him the proper way. The scene shifts to an exterior where an electrician plunges from a telephone pole to the ground with a severed power cable hanging near him. His body flops involuntarily from the electrical charge and several other men surround him. One man, Cronin Mitchell (Tony McCabe), pulls the cable away from the prostrate body, but Mitchell suffers injury when the cable gives him a jolt of electricity and knocks him down and out. An ambulance arrives and a medical crew hauls Mitchell's body off on a stretcher to the hospital. H.G. Lewis pauses the narrative at this point to linger on a long shot of a cloudy sky and the following narration is heard. Science knows that people contact the world around them by their five senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. But many times a person reports an awareness of a happening when none of these channels could possibly be involved. This then is the sixth sense, the extra sensory perception, commonly known as ESP. The Russians for the past decade have intensified their experimentation in extra sensory perception research. They are working and experimenting on a crash program whose goal is to surpass America in the field of parapsychology. Dr. Alex Jordan, a renowned parapsychologist, is employed by a branch of the federal government for the top secret work in ESP and its relationship to American defense. This organization is determined that the United States will be the first to communicate with other planets, the first to advance in the field of ESP, and the last to perish in an all out nuclear war." With this narration, Lewis has added a modicum of significance to "Something Weird" and turned it into a Cold War thriller. The next scene finds Mitch in a low-lighted hospital bed, suffering from the memory of the accident. Lewis then cuts to a professor's office at a nearby university where Mitchell's doctor, Dr. White, has gone to consult about Mitch's psychic ability. The professor is impressed with Mitchell. Not doubt about it, Dr. White, says the professor, Cronin Mitchell is the real deal. Now, it may be that his accident was the cause, I don't know. Or it may be the electrical current he was subjected to. We have several theories." Nevertheless, the skeptical Dr. White doesn't share the professor's opinion. He thinks Mitchell is a fake. Says the professor--I have tested literally thousands of these psychics and he ran through my deck of ESP cards like it was child's play. Later, Mitch proves his ability with a nurse as he guesses correctly each card she selects from a deck. She asks him about her future and then he makes a pass at her. She admonishes him for his inappropriate behavior and switches on the lights. The brightly lighted room propels him into the bathroom where he gazes at his scarred face in the mirror. "You're disgusting. No one can look at you, not even yourself" the nurse shrinks in revulsion. "A freak like you should have died!" Eventually, Mitch makes a living where he reveals the future for $2 dollars a reading. He sports sunglasses and a dark veil so nobody can see his disfigured face. After work one day, he is surprised when the Bible of Witchcraft has materialized in his hands. Suddenly, a long gray haired crone in a yellow dress appears out of nowhere. Mitchell's scarred face disturbs him so deeply that he listens to a Faustian proposition that this witch, Ellen (Elizabeth Lee), makes that he cannot refuse. "Become my lover then you shall have your pretty face." Naturally, Mitchell agrees. The complication is Ellen looks gorgeous to everybody else except Mitchell since he can see what she really looks like??a hag. The vain Cronin Mitchell becomes a celebrated psychic. Dramatic events occur when Cronin tries to identify the schizophrenic killer in the small town of Jefferson, Wisconsin, with his psychic abilities. The government dispatches Dr. Jordan to assist the police. Jordan gives Mitchell LSD as a part of a question and answer session that he plans to have with him. Complications arise when Jordan grows enamored with the witch and deliberately lets the killer gun down Mitchell. SOMETHING WEIRD isn't top-notch H.G. Lewis. Indeed, it may strike most people who know nothing about his prestige as unintentional, half-baked, quasi-sci-fi/horror hokum.

Steve G (it) wrote: A somewhat enjoyable film based mostly on its political incorrectness.

Kyle S (de) wrote: Its narrator's wit bites immaculately; its bizarro palate, compelling. It was an interesting watch for different reasons than I expected.

Tassanie (jp) wrote: I fell in love with David Tennant again ! He's totally legitimate in the crazy part of Hamlet. The others, the King, Laertes, Ophlia, the Queen are scary and amazing! I found the play very accurate, adapted in a modern setting, a bit too long, but then, you have all the dialogs! To be or not to be...

JDouglas M (us) wrote: GOOD OLD SCHOOL HORROR. I LOVED IT.

Lynda M (nl) wrote: Lacking attention to detail yet makes up for passion and stong performances without the lovey dovey romantic films of its time.