North Face

North Face

North Face tells the story of two German climbers Toni Kurz and Andreas Hinterstoisser and their attempt to scale the deadly North Face of the Eiger.

Based on a true story, North Face is a suspenseful adventure film about a competition to climb the most dangerous rock face in the Alps. Set in 1936, as Nazi propaganda urges the nation's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Trinity C (jp) wrote: What is this about?*ponders*

BABALU S (jp) wrote: RAJPAL YADAV SOO FUNNII

Stephanie m (gb) wrote: great movie love the music selection

Private U (us) wrote: i actually thought this was good... for a tribulation-type movie

Rudolph R (jp) wrote: Funny and chilling movie which will make you spend good time without having the trouble of sleeping :P some love, some romance, some Italian culture, some break up, some society responses

Gregory W (it) wrote: just ok i was expecting more but u can really tell this is based on a play as most of the movie takes place in just one room.

Liy D (fr) wrote: The kids are so cute for this movie. I haven't seen it in forever, but I always thought it was so sad for the kids, but a fun concept.

Marta R (jp) wrote: The Inspiration for City of Angels.. a little slow, definitely gets better after about 45 mins... also a little tough to follow as it in mostly in German.

August M (it) wrote: Melville continues to impress me and I daresay this may be his best film. He brings together is visual mastery with a complex, twisty narrative and the result is a confident, gritty masterpiece. Like previous Melville features, it's quiet and unnervingly intense. The story is so bleak and dark I had to take two days to watch it, as the oppressive nature of this movie will certainly get to you. What's more, this movie wasn't widely released until 2006, making that 37 years before most people saw it.

Bill W (jp) wrote: The high school girl writes a heartfelt letter to her teacher and the teacher corrects the errors, grades it and gives it back without getting the message. That's the entire plot and point of this movie. Before you shout, 'spoiler' let me say that if I didn't warn you and you went and watched it then that would be a 'spoiler.'

Art S (us) wrote: Watching this directly after DePalma's 1983 Scarface shows just how much that later film stuck to the genre "rules", if you will. Here we see the same story -- Edward G. Robinson rises from the gutter, a small time hood, to take on first one boss and then subsequent bosses to run the organised crime business for the North Side (of Chicago). Like Pacino did later, Robinson creates a larger than life character with obvious flaws (need for power, attention, and then subsequent paranoia). The film succeeds largely because of his charismatic performance. Of course, Rico (aka Little Caesar) also makes the tragic mistake of not trusting his friends and this leads to his downfall at the hands of a persistent cop (not present in DePalma's film). Of course, to viewers of the 1930s this was all daring in the way it so clearly referenced real-life gangster, Al Capone, and the violence, seemingly so minimalistic by today's standards, was likely shocking.

stefano l (nl) wrote: Mr Nobody is an extremely complex film, so complex that I didn't understand it well after I have read some reviews. First of all because it's complex in its structure, and although is not impossible to understand how the structure works, the perpetual use of flashbacks that span in different "parallel universes" of the same story it's so confusing that everything melts in your mind after very few minutes from the beginning of the movie. If you are not a super-sci-fi fan then you could completely lose interest after 20 minutes, but also if you are a super-sci-fan this is not unlike to happen. Choce is the main topic of the movie and everything goes around the implications of the choices made by the main character throughout his entire life. Clearly, this is what makes the structure so confusing. Anyway, it's a movie you love or you hate. Usually I hate movies like this one, but Jaco Van Dormel dared so much but managed to master everything so perfectly, with maybe only a hint of redundancy that could be avoided, that I couldn't manage but to appreciate it a lot!

hiram c (kr) wrote: One of the saddest movies I have seen. It shows the true color of war and to never be to comfortable in a place of war. Very realistic and beautifully acted.

Jake S (fr) wrote: Great performance from Jeff Bridges as a worn Texas troubadour from the Waylon Jennings/ Steve Earle mold.