O pokojniku sve najlepse

O pokojniku sve najlepse

Tragicomic story about Communist activist who wants to bring the benefits of Communism to the inhabitants of a Serbian village after WW2.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1984
  • Language:Serbo-Croatian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:post war,  

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O pokojniku sve najlepse torrent reviews

Corbin R (au) wrote: Strong follow up! Highly enjoyable and non-offensive to Christians.

Lynn M (ru) wrote: there are so many fake scenes in this movie, and it is so predictable!

Tommi N (ru) wrote: Great documentary showing the people willing to fight back against the corporations.

Webster L (ru) wrote: Just OK. Feng should go back to doing more screwball comedies.

Pavandeep S (ru) wrote: I feel that the entire mid-section of the movie was sloppily shot with little or no thought to set design and art direction, it feels stale compared to the other parts. The concept is fascinating, fantasy getai mix with a rivalry of fruits, I mean, it should not go wrong, but sloppily done frankly.

Chase J (gb) wrote: Great writing. Eckhart and Bonham Carter are electric.

Don S (ag) wrote: A confusing movie that gives you nothing in the way of back story, provides characters you couldn't care less about working for companies you know nothing about. The motivation for these companies doing what they do would have been really nice to know. The plot elements are unbelievable; I could have gotten past that - this is science fiction after all. The ending, while heart-warming, is totally cliche. Not worth your time.

Paul B (ca) wrote: "The Pacino speech" is motivational genius. Other than this great moment, this movie is not good.

Skyler B (kr) wrote: I remember seeing this once. The. End.

Jake Z (gb) wrote: Vintage Woody Allen at his absolute best. Hilariously funny, touching, and intelligently written. The entire cast shines, but Dianne Wiest and Michael Caine are especially perfect, both of which won Oscars for their performances.

Santiago P (kr) wrote: I dare you! No, I double dare you, to take the emmanuelle challenge. It is a film full of beauty and full of sex. Sometimes I miss pubic hair.

Philomena g (ca) wrote: That sid is a creep in this with those girls! actually he always is you will see babs baps in this!!

Jenna G (kr) wrote: After watching 'Patton' I realized that I had just witnessed one of the absolute greatest performances in film history, George C. Scott as General George S. Patton. The film is epic enough, but his performance left me almost speechless (which is a hard thing to do).

Sanity Assassin (de) wrote: a bit of a peckinpah failiure if you ask me. tons of great actors to utilise yet wasted in a film where the romance scenes were drawn out, not captivating in the slightest, and with the action sequences poorly orchestrated and filmed it's gotta be my least favourite peckinpah film

Bruce B (br) wrote: Before "The Blob" there was X-The Unknown, a creepy, scary film by Hammer, the makers of the Quatermass series. Radioactive mud rises to the surface to terrorize soldiers and residents of a scottish village. As it is radioactive several victims succomb to burns and worse while it is on the prowl for radiation that makes it grow even larger. While the special effects are dated it can still send a chill through you with the melting scenes and the longest scream I ever heard in a sci-fi film. Decent script and excellent acting by american actor Dean Jagger and british actors Leo Mckern and Edward Chapman help to make this film well worth the rental. 3 Stars 1-16-13

F Ty E (ag) wrote: No success for the follow up. Running out of steam.

Judge L (kr) wrote: Another movie that has been several years since I last saw it. Thought it was cute when it first came out. Still alright.

Marco F (jp) wrote: WAKING NED DEVINE is fun to watch but I don't think its as good as most people do. Still, I would recommend it.