Oh, God! You Devil

Oh, God! You Devil

George Burns is back as God, but oops, here he is as Satan, too. A young rock star is ready to sell his soul to Satan, and Satan is all too happy to oblige. Oops! Seems the fellow was watched over by God as a baby, so now the almighty and his nemesis have to duke it out over the soul. Written by Steve Derby

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Ahmed M (br) wrote: Haider as a must-watch, as it has a phenomenal story, which is backed up by amazing performances by every actor but Shahid Kapoor shines in this movie, this is his best performance as of now. Despite that, I got bored a few times, but then I instantly got interested, and this happened a few times throughout the movie.

Sonia L (gb) wrote: An extraordinary film about an extraordinary artist. Her music is beautiful, and I am grateful to those who made this film because Violeta's is a story that needed to be told! Bravo!

Noname (fr) wrote: A low budget comedy movie with some funny scenes actually with Justin Long from the recently Die Hard 4. Story is decent and a bit goofy and its the same Director of Napoleon Dynamite altho not quite the same feeling. Overall , would i recommened it ,, yes if u are totally out of comedies.

Kyle S (ag) wrote: Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Paul Bettany, Rufus Sewell and Timothy Dalton are starring in the new film "The Tourist" come December, directed by Academy Award winning director of "The Lives of Others." Not many people realize that "The Tourist" is actually an American remake of this film. Plus, Sophie Marceau is beautiful and Yvan Attal is a solid actor, so there's plenty of reasons to give this a shot.

WS W (au) wrote: What did it want to say, really??!!!

Private U (de) wrote: surprising start, rubbish ending

Clo V (au) wrote: por fin la vi!! confirmando mi gusto por las pelis de Anderson! no la mejor de l pero consistente en su esttica

Pete R (es) wrote: Relatively event-less rave culture insight. British versions appeal more to me really. John Digweed is in it though... plugging his single

Petros V (br) wrote: tou skinotheth pou argotera ekane ta Walk the Line kai Identity,alla kai Girl Interupted kai Kate & Leopold kai 3.10 to Yuma(auto de to exw dei). Afora th zwh enos mageira xontrou kai kyriws aprosarmostou pou kanei teleia o Pruitt Taylor Vince se mia tromerh ermineia,pou zei me th mhtera tou kai douleuei sto mikro estiatorio pou exoun. Ekei erxetai na taraksei th zwh tou h panemorfh Liv Tyler,kai sth synexeia o thanatos ths mhteras tou. Einai poly aplh tainia, me psilovaria atmosfaira,kai poly argo rythmo. de mporw na pw oti "euxaristithika" idiaitera,alla h ermineia tou typou kai to nwxeliko mood aksizoun.

Hiatt N (ru) wrote: You may balk at the length of this film, and I cannot blame you. I put off seeing this for years under the excuse that I really didn't have seven hours to watch a film in. Three hours, no problem. Four hours, meh, okay. Five hours, only if I'm really pushing it. But seven whole hours? An entire day dedicated to the lives of Hungarian farmers? But this film understands the commitment we make to it. To call it an epic, is, I feel, inaccurate. The Birth of a Nation is an epic. Barry Lyndon is an epic. Those films take place over years and chronicle countless meaningful events in the lives of their main character(s). Satantango takes place, for the most part, over two days in the lives of these farmers. And because it's seven hours long and the lives of these people are about as interesting as our own (well, seriously) the attention to detail is immaculate. There are approximately eight characters, so we get a chance to know them and their lifestyle perfectly over the course of the movie. And the reason for this is the same reason it's not an epic; we see meaningful events in their lives, but we also see meaningless events. Right near the start of the film we watch a woman go to the bathroom in a pan, in stark contrast to the beautiful shot of cattle that occupied the first eight minutes of the movie. The only explanation that can be made is that Tarr wants us to actually be a part of the lives of these people, through their distresses and happiness and above all, their tedium. The reason approximately three hours of the film is dedicated to utter nothingness is that can you, seriously, say that you spend more than half your life actively doing something? Really? It's a punishing work, to be sure. These are miserable, downtrodden people, and we have shared close quarters with them for seven hours. But their misfortunes are truly tangible, because their misfortunes belong to people who use the bathroom and drink and dance and walk and dream and yell and sigh and mutter and grumble and think and LIVE. Life is Satan's Tango, six steps forward, six steps back, and all we can do is occasionally take the time to think about it. I think that, for true contemplation of life and meaning, seven hours isn't too much to ask.

Jonathan I (ru) wrote: Apart from some poor acting, actually quite excellent. Narcissism. Pride. Deceit.

Becky F (kr) wrote: Before I watched the "Them" version,I wish I would have known that there was a his/hers version of this movie that was what the director originally intended. I didn't like the version I watched enough to watch the separate movies afterwards.

bill s (nl) wrote: Alone,I really like all these actors but here in this movie I wonder if any of them read the script before signing on.