At the end of the war, Odysseus, the wandering hero, with his companions begins his sail back home to the Mediterranean. The conclusion of his adventure is delayed by many natural obstacles... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nostos: The Return
At the end of the war, Odysseus, the wandering hero, with his companions begins his sail back home to the Mediterranean. The conclusion of his adventure is delayed by many natural obstacles...
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Tim K (au) wrote: Marital problems take center stage during an apocalyptic event. Makes for a strong lack of actual entertainment.
Matthew R (br) wrote: this movie is really really bad and I loved every minute of it
SonyaBuoOliveGAZASLIM D (nl) wrote: ITS A LIFE CHANGING MOVIE......
(mx) wrote: a good film about a history of berlin and one family
Sveti L (au) wrote: Very good, good performances, fairly accurate with historic facts
007 W (it) wrote: Another financial success
Alan V (ru) wrote: 'Who's on top, and who's on bottom now?'
Zhanyi J (it) wrote: Yeah I know it's a satire and the anti-consumerism message, but by mid-way through the film, I didn't care anymore.
Emily f (es) wrote: BORING!!! my dad loves it though
Jimmy K (de) wrote: Once again Anthony Hopkins plays that cranked out dude this time as a priest. Based on true facts. excellent movie .
Pablo G (nl) wrote: 4/5Charlie Kaufman-written films always tend to have that "who the fuck came up with this" characteristic and that is far from bad as unlike other people in the industry his ideas are actually very well thought out and connected and even more shockingly both funny and dramatic which is one step behind the guts it takes to make funny horror. Add to that Spike Jonze as the director and an all star cast with an obvious one in the title and you have a film that just like the poster suggest, will stay in your head for a while for all the best reasons.
Judy T (de) wrote: great remake of a classic. a rare remake done right
Nisse L (nl) wrote: Cool action.But could have fixated more on the actual bank job :)