Nymphomaniac: Vol. I
A man named Seligman finds a fainted wounded woman in an alley and he brings her home. She tells him that her name is Joe and that she is nymphomaniac. Joe tells her life and sexual experiences with hundreds of men since she was a young teenager while Seligman tells about his hobbies, such as fly fishing, reading about Fibonacci numbers or listening to organ music.
- Stars:Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgård, Stacy Martin, Shia LaBeouf, Christian Slater, Uma Thurman, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Connie Nielsen, Ronja Rissmann, Maja Arsovic, Sofie Kasten, Ananya Berg, Anders Hove, James Northcote, Charlie Hawkins, Mia Goth, Michael Pas, Jens Albinus, Jean-Marc Barr, Udo Kier, Aurelia de Bouard, Jamie Bell, Willem Dafoe,
- Country:Denmark, Germany, Belgium
- Director:Lars von Trier,
- Writer:Lars von Trier
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Nymphomaniac: Vol. I torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Sorrentino's languorous photography, understated humor, and quiet but profound dramatic reveals coil together into something organic, whole, and achingly sweet. If the movie doesn't entirely get past its hard-to-buy premise, director Paolo Sorrentino does have the courage of his convictions, not just embracing every contradiction but spinning many of the story's contrivances into moments of strange, aching beauty. Feels like a cult movie waiting to happen, or perhaps a mad experiment gone wrong. Either way, it's worth watching Penn, perhaps unwittingly, taking Jeff Spicoli to the burned-out end we might have guessed for him back at Ridgemont High. Quirky, hilarious and moving, Sorrentino's first English-lingo production is a road trip of stunning scope yet deep intimacy, featuring an aged rock star-turned-Nazi hunter played by Sean Penn at his transformative best. It's hard to imagine sitting through the film without Penn in the role of Cheyenne. But there he is, in all his intense, bizarre glory, almost daring us to come along for the ride and rewarding us with a compelling trip when we accept. Place isn't emotionally or dramatically satisfying in the least, but it has a visual fingerprint that's worth a look, boosted by an undeniably memorable performance from Penn. Worth catching for the stunning soundtrack and Sorrentino's mad direction. VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
(us) wrote: Memorializing an event per se is not great cinema. However it deserves more than a Rotten Tomato.
(jp) wrote: Had fun with the fighting scenes :)
(ag) wrote: El buen cine italiano, jams falla. Me gust mucho, sobre todo la ltima historia.
(ca) wrote: It really does show what going on a mission is like. You have those greenies, you have the 6 month gunners in the mission, and you have the recent Dear Johns, and you have the Mission President.
(de) wrote: i could not deal. the scene at the very end - the mother trying to eat without crying - broke me. wish the documentarians could have chosen a better person to follow than this particular "daughter".
(gb) wrote: Pollock's strengths are that it tells a story about people and it does by showing their flows so openly, and it's done perfectly by Harris and Harden.
(ca) wrote: Embracing and celebrating human diversity, Ozon's gentle comedy borrows from the style of Almovodar. Both funny and touching.
(it) wrote: good social commentary
(de) wrote: This film is great. This is my second favorite movie of all time and it's still funny. This movie has some of the funniest comedy I've ever seen and each scene is iconic in one way or another like the Bridge of Death scene.Each character is not overshadowed by another and all of them stand out like Sir Robin and Tim. The songs for as few as there are are very funny. This movie is rewatchable and is one of the best comedies of all time.However the only complaint is there is no villain but what did you expect this is a Monty Python movie!This film will be praised for generations to come!
(nl) wrote: Hey guys, if you take the T off the end of his name, he becomes Dave Chappelle!
(mx) wrote: I love anything with Ben Stiller so I'm a bit biased. Despite it's flaws, Along Came Polly is a hilarious film that is hard to dislike. Along Came Polly (ACP) is about newly married Reuben (Ben Stiller) whose wife Lisa (Debra Messing) cheats on him on their honeymoon in St Barts with a French nudist and scuba diving instructor, Claude (Hank Azaria). A heartbroken Reuben returns back home from his honeymoon alone whilst Lisa decides to stay with Claude in St Barts. Reuben feels pretty hopeless until he meets an old school friend Polly Prince (Jennifer Aniston) at an art gallery opening. He begins to fall for Polly, but things aren't that simple especially when Lisa decides that she wants Reuben back. I have to say that ACP is a genuinely hilarious comedy. Hank Azaria, despite his brief role in the film, was probably the funniest character. Azaria is a really talented actor and really good with voices; his French accent was spot on. The late Philip Seymour Hoffman is also a hoot as Reuben's fame hungry, big-headed and self-centred best friend, Sandy Lyle, a failed actor still basking in the glory of the success of his only film. Such a shame about Hoffman's death as he was really a genuinely talented actor, a rarity in Hollywood. Ben Stiller, though not the most versatile still amuses as neurotic Reuben. Luckily for Ben Still he doesn't have to try too hard to be funny, he just is. Jennifer Aniston just annoys the hell out of me. She's likeable enough but a seriously bad actress. Polly and Reuben didn't really make a believable couple and if they were real I couldn't really image them lasting. Polly is free-spirited and a commitment phobe whilst Reuben is the settling down type of guy who is desperate to find his Mrs Right and get married. It's nice to see that it's not always the women who are portrayed as wanting to settle down and get married and that women can be commitment phobes too (like me). So yeah the chemistry between Aniston and Stiller wasn't really very strong to say the least. All in all ACP is an enjoyable and pleasant comedy with lots of funny moments. It's also good for a date night as it's not something that guys will cringe through. I watched this with my two male cousins and they really enjoyed it. Definitely worth watching, maybe not for the romance, but for it's humour and good cast also including Alec Baldwin. Grade: B
(kr) wrote: Poetic, groundbreaking and beautiful. It's a sham more people don't appreciate this masterpiece.
(gb) wrote: really great movie. awesome to see a movie where they don't curse. Hollywood should take notes. the movie was on point
(de) wrote: all it had was good CGI
(es) wrote: You ever have that film where you see it in the video store many years ago but have no idea what the film is? Then that very same film shows up in a bargain bin and you pick it up just based on the description on the back? Well, probably not, but that's my background of this film. To my surprise, this film is one great suspenseful ride. I love films that have you guessing right from the very beginning but never to the extent where you are disinterested. What helps with that is the unique premise and great cast. Jodie Foster brings her daughter on a plane from Berlin to New York and falls asleep, but as she wakes up, she discovers that her daughter is missing and may have never even gone on the plane. This film plays with the "unreliable narrator" technique, where you don't know if the story that is unfolding is based on the reality of the passengers or the reality inside Jodie Foster's. The answer may shock you. The best way to find that answer is to watch the film. It's a hidden gem.