Obitaemyy ostrov

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On the threshold of 22nd century, furrowing the space, protagonist from the Free Search Group makes emergency landing on an unknown planet where he must stay. People who are living on this ...

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Manolo P (es) wrote: One of the best works of 2013 is this striking and brilliant masterpiece by Kechiche, who succeeds in portraying a subject that is not only controversial but also revealing, profoundly graphic, full of energy and approaches the different nuances of love in a sumptuous, highly emotional and empathically way, being a tale that touches our hearts and our deepest notions of truth, tolerance and compassion. The film arrives perfectly like a real and intense story of two women who sensationally adapt a novel that explores in a hard, dramatic and wise way the virtuous and changing components of people's sexuality and identity. 98/100

Henry P (mx) wrote: 10/29/16I'm gonna rate it! Wreck-It Ralph successfully does what many video game movies fail to do: tell a great story about video games in the context of a movie. Well, instead of adapting a video game's story, spirit, etc (like several have) Wreck-It Ralph does it differently: tell an original story about original characters, involve a few licensed video game characters here and there, and just have fun with the background video game references. We open with a montage of Fix-It Felix Jr. arriving at the arcade, and the changes around it over thirty years, narrated by Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) who is confessing to the bad guy support group how he feels after thirty years of getting the short-end of the stick. After getting some advice, Ralph comes back to his game where they're having a party! Skrillex DJing and Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer) getting praised while Ralph is not only not invited, but feared by his fellow NPCs (non-playable characters for you non-gamers out there) and guests like Pac-Man. After turning the party sourer than a sour ball, Ralph sets out to prove he can be the good guy, in a philosophical tale of coming to terms with who you are. It's fun how it hops from the simplistic 80s-style Fix-It Felix Jr. to the dark and gritty modern-style Hero's Duty, and to the cutesy 90s-style Sugar Rush, with references to so many real-life games just scattered throughout. The animation is gorgeous all around, whether they capture the 8-bit motion of the Nicelanders in Fix-It Felix in CGI, the gritty darkness of Hero's Duty, or the colorfully sweet brightness of Sugar Rush. Ralph is just trying to prove he can be a good guy (both the hero and a nice person), Felix is doing his job of fixing Ralph's wrecking, and they run into new friends: Vanellope (Sarah Silverman), a misfit "glitch" from Sugar Rush, whose sweetness and determination mirror that of Ralph, and Sergeant Calhoun (Jane Lynch), a tough, complex NPC from Hero's Duty who provides a hilarious contrast to Felix's soft and simple personality. Henry Jackman (with a little help from Skrillex) provides a great score that captures all the eras of gaming featured, but when genuine, intimate, character moments come up, it's volume zero to soft. Wreck-It Ralph is truly a genuine and funny animated classic from Disney thanks to all this, and provides a nostalgia trip for adults who played the referenced games (or see the similarities between the real-world games and the fictional ones here), a gateway to these for kids, and an excellent story all around.11/2/13In a time when originality feels nonexistent, one dares to go into the originality zone: Wreck-It Ralph. You've seen Disney make princesses, "super" dogs, time travel, fairy tales, fable adaptations... and a whole lot of other movies. Now, they step out of the adaptation zone, and bring their all to a movie about a video game villain trying to do good. As a video game fan, I found its references to video games well done. It also makes me question what happens inside my consoles when I'm not playing. Wreck-It Ralph is the freshest animated movie I've ever seen in terms of idea, plot, and characters. From the simple game of Fix-It Felix, to the apocalyptic, gritty world of Hero's Duty, to the bright, colorful Sugar Rush, Wreck-It Ralph is fun on every level, and shows how the bad guy may not always like being bad. It's well written and very witty when it comes to plot and characters. The animation helps too, with the most realistic CGI I've seen since Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It doesn't go overboard with the video game references, just shows some characters, and gives the well-known characters small parts, leaving the story up to the original ones. Henry Jackman provides his score, with a little help from Skrillex, and all the original dialogue just puts the icing on the cake. If you play video games, you''ll love all the nods to well-known games and franchises (Sorry Call of Duty, Hero's Duty is as close as you get). There's no denying this is the best of Disney, making it my number one animated movie, ever.11/3/12Best Disney Animated Classic EVER! It felt like an A-Bomb of joy and happyness went off in my brain. The visuals were glorious! The 3D worked! And all the video game references were funny, subtle, and placed correctly! There were references to every video game I know/played from Super Mario Bros. (With out the actual bros.) to Sonic the Hedgehog, to Street Fighter, to Mario Kart, Metal Gear and even to video game violence itself, with Ralph's "When did Video Games become so violent?" line. It just goes to show how wizard Disney is at making and/or distributing movies! I hope they make a sequel. Not a DisneyToon Direct-to-Video sequel, but another, original, sequel. Finally, it was interesting how video game characters apparently have their own lives outside their game, and how It did what Toy Story did: make you wonder what's really going on behind our backs with seemingly inanimate objects. Does Clyde the ghost hold a bad guy support group in the center of Pac-Man? Can Fix-It Felix really fix ANYTHING? And will Ralph learn that you can be a bad guy, but still be good to people? Find out in Disney's Wreck-It Ralph!

Tim M (es) wrote: "Enjoyable thriller with superb performances, a decent plot and some thought-provoking ideas about identity and human nature underneath its twisty tale." Great cast. I was wondering how it could be like Memento and Saw, but it really works.

Yanwar I (ru) wrote: This is a movie that I like and hate in the same time. I like the screenplay but I hate the story...

Nick C (it) wrote: a solid comedy with some laugh out loud moments

Shripad T (fr) wrote: Pure bliss! Great songs and great story.

Julien E (ag) wrote: About Last Night... est un film correct. Une comdie-romantique plutt clich et prvisible, mais aussi longue certains moments. Le casting est bien avec Rob Lowe, Demi Moore et James Belushi, la ralisation de Zwick n'a rien d'extra, mais est acceptable galement. Bref, un film moyen, ou ordinaire tout simplement.

ANDERSON G (ag) wrote: "Inglourious Basterds" is the sixth film of the highly worshiped Quentin Tarantino, despite being overvalued, Tarantino is a spectacular film director, and his sixth film not let me lie. We have here a rereading of the second war ala Tarantino, to where the Nazis are hunted, first I would like to talk about the first 20 minutes of this movie are fabulous, yes, the first scene lasts 20 minutes, is long, I know, but she did not seasick, quite the contrary, you delighting in every second of it, quite the Christoph Waltz acting work, which is quite spectacular in the film, completely stealing the Brad Pitt scene in the movie, the soundtrack not only that scene, but whole film is spectacular, really, in terms of soundtrack, Tarantino is unique. The photograph of the film is really unbelievable, but this first scene is something surreal, has a color palette with lots of black, gray, white, but has a strong red, it is very balanced, it's really beautiful, all the merits here for Robert Richardson and Sally Menke, not counting the camera angles, it looks like the camera in Tarantino movies is exactly positioned in the place it should be. Well, since we talk about performances, as we talk about photography, we have spoken soundtrack, go to the strength of Quentin, the script, the script is great, a little confused, and some other elongated scenes (like the tavern) and does not have much of those characteristic dialogues Quentin (will not be the opening scene), but it's a good script, which tells a story of revenge to global levels, and creates a character that is already in the history of contemporary cinema, Hans Landa , who speaks French, Italian, German and English and let me terrified enemies with a painted humor, humor that is very well applied in the film. Quentin ends the film with the phrase "That was my masterpiece" I disagree with him, Inglourious Basterds not even among the top 3 Tarantino for me, but no doubt is a great movie.