Pim lives in a run-down house in a dead-end street somewhere on the Flanders coast, together with his mother Yvette Bulteel. Life here smells of cold French fries, cheap cigarettes, vermouth and stale beer. Mother Yvette uses her friend Etienne, with his lousy grey Fiat, as a driver for the nights she has to “perform”. As a kid Pim dreams of a better life, imagining princesses and beauty queens. But when Pim turns 16 he dreams of Gino, the handsome boy next door, instead. Ever since they were children there has been this tension between them. Now Gino is Pim’s motorcycling hero. Cold mockery, little humiliations and tiny bits of hope make up Pim’s life. No wonder he sometimes flees to his dream world.
Introverted teenager Pim grows infatuated with Gino, the handsome boy next door. He leaves home and moves in with Gino's family, but later Gino departs, romancing and living with a girl from across the border. It seems like Pim's dreams will never come true, but then one rainy day Gino returns home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Peter L (de) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS NOT ABOUT TRAINS!!!!!! This war movie , should have a gun on the cover and will test your soul !!! False Addvertising comes to mind and if any one else wants to start a class action I AM IN !!! I LOVED IT AND MAY WATCH MY DVD AGAIN , one day Shish . Who will pay for my pilla .
Aditya C (it) wrote: An intelligent political farce on the international politics of a post-9/11 world, "In the Loop" is filled with insanely great dialogue and fantastic performances, particularly Peter Capaldi as Malcolm Tucker, the film's high-blood pressured, anti-hero protagonist.
Will V (mx) wrote: Rather than funny ha-ha, this is all meant to be funny sad. It has some weird twists, which kept me watching. Rip Torn, is awesome, as usually, as the disgruntled fowled mouth landlord. Worth a watch, if you want something quite unique.
WS W (it) wrote: A woman tangles with a pair of brothers whom share a dark, hidden secret / past... Believe me: my comments are way lot more interesting than the flick itself already.
Felipe F (fr) wrote: Bad Education finds writer-director Pedro Almodvar at his most personal - and brilliant - experience, delivering a smart, touching, multi-layered drama that is every bit as compelling as it is difficult to watch - and features one of the strongest early performances from Gael Garca Bernal.
Chad D (de) wrote: they should have just made fake purse ninjas instead.
Barney o (jp) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: 'Saving Private Ryan' really is one of the best war films out there, and that's because in the same gut-punching, tear-jerking breath, it's equally an attempt at an anti-war film. Yes, in another stroke of assurance, Spielberg manages to bring an experience that protrays the true, horrible evil that an event like this really posesses in a way that still packs emotional punch for the regular movie-goer. Sure, some rivals have plugged grittier, grosser overall narratives that put you in touch with the horrors far more, but it's the heart-felt human side of this story that allows all of that to hit closer to home than many might expect. This is thanks to great character development from Robert Rodat's script and Tom Hanks, as well as a plenty of breathing room, and in the end you'll not only leave with your eyes wide open, but also with a lump in your throat, and manier tear in your eye.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Structurally, the story does have a tendency to drag its boots a little in the second act where the heart takes over from the reality for just a little too long.VERDICT: A gritty war movie with a genuine heart. That may sound contradictory, but for the most part, all that allows 'Saving Private Ryan' to hit very hard indeed.
Ashleigh S (de) wrote: Will the real Jack Sommersby please stand up? Captivating right to the end... and we still don't know who the heck he is.
Lars J (it) wrote: Delirisk filmatisering av James Hoggs barocka/gotiska roman om tillbakadragen religis yngling som inbillar sig ha en ond dubbelgngare som bland annat begr mord (det r uppenbart att han idag skulle diagnostiseras som ett akut fall av paranoid schizofren). Han berttar sin historia frn andra sidan graven p de ddas dag. Hade goda minnen av en blurrig VHS-kopia jag sg fr mngen r sedan - nu sg jag om den p DVD och den var minst lika fascinerande och bra som jag mindes den! Snudd p msterverk.
Steve G (au) wrote: The least epic "epic" movie ever made. Music this great deserves a better film. A disappointment of considerable proportions.Strewn throughout, there are scenes that are good (especially with James Woods). But the overall story is nothing.
Randy T (nl) wrote: This is the kind of classic war film that I loved as a kid. It's full of heroics, non-stop battle sequences and no yucky girls! Well, there is one girl, but she's a North Korean soldier and nobody ever kisses her so she doesn't count. :)
Anthony K (jp) wrote: This coming-of-age tale was probably a lot more impactful when it actually hit cinemas, but time has really watered down its message, politics, and entertainment value.