One Foot Under
Visa Vuorio (Tobias Zilliacus), a 35-year old team leader at the Helsinki city gardening department, is suffering from a terminal neurological disease and only has a few months to live. Because of this, he is a member of a therapeutical support group for people suffering from terminal diseases. Visa's life changes when a young female reporter, Hanna Manninen (Helena Vierikko), arrives at the support group offering to write a series of articles about Visa's life story.
- Stars:Tobias Zilliacus, Susanna Mikkonen, Helena Vierikko, Tuomas Rinta-Panttila, Jarkko Pajunen, Pertti Sveholm, Kari Väänänen, Pihla Viitala, Vesa Vierikko, Antti Virmavirta, Jarkko Ahola, Anna Andersson, Marina Arvonen, Juan C. Carriga, Maire Dammert,
- Director:Johanna Vuoksenmaa,
- Writer:Mika Ripatti, Seppo Vesiluoma
Visa Vuorio (Tobias Zilliacus), a 35-year old team leader at the Helsinki city gardening department, is suffering from a terminal neurological disease and only has a few months to live. Because of this, he is a member of a therapeutical support group for people suffering from terminal diseases. Visa's life changes when a young female reporter, Hanna Manninen (Helena Vierikko), arrives at the support group offering to write a series of articles about Visa's life story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
One Foot Under torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: 'when you find me'. Wildly imaginative in its inception, beautifully emotional in its writing and execution.
(de) wrote: Singham (Hindi)Best thing about commerciality is - it's malleable. Twist it, turn it or hammer it and the end result remains the same if it(TM)s an enjoyable fare sans logic. Off late even Bollywood junta have jumped on to this bandwagon and when the results were more than scintillating, they began sticking to it like a ritual.Plot:Bajirao Singham aka Singham (Ajay Devgan) is an honest and upright cop in Shivgarh village. A simple case of bail signing leads to an intense tiff between him and Goa based political big wig Jaikant Shikre (Prakash Raj). The movie is all about Singham overpowering and trumping Jaikant as the setting moves to Goa city.Analysis:It's a commercial formulaic film and also a remake of a South Indian movie by the same. The film starts off on a promising note with the suicide of an honest police officer. From then on the stage is set for a perfect cop to fill in the void and set things right, eventually. First half of the film runs in a rustic village setting with enough of scope for action, family sentiment and squeaky clean romance. Just before interval a perfect face-off situation is set between hero and anti-hero that strikes a chord with every moviegoer.Second half of the story moves to Goa that(TM)s the serious meat for the film. Regular tick off scenes between the protagonist and bad guys are exquisitely captured. Keeping aside the cliched plot line, the things that click superbly well are its characterizations, situations and screenplay. There is not a whole lot of entertainment in terms of comedic relief but intense story telling with sprinkled scenes of romance more than make up for an entertaining pot boiler. All scenes leading up to pre-climax are riveting but the film starts losing its steam towards the end - but nothing fatally wrong.The film's story might be cliched but dabbing it up with racy screenplay, intense action episodes, sensible dialogues and a bit of family drama makes it a level field for entertainment. Another good thing about the movie is - no sleaze. It's a sure watch fare for everyone.Performances:Ajay Devgan as Singham couldn(TM)t have been any better. Right from his physique to his styling, he delivers a power punched yet mesmerizing performance. He(TM)s innocent and respectful in romantic episodes and extreme adrenaline in all other departments. Though the thrills department involved lot of rope work, action episodes were canned with extreme commercial viability and Ajay aced them like anything. Kajal Aggarwal as lead actress was convincing enough and has nothing pivotal to deliver in terms of performance. She seems limited to more than song and dance episodes. Prakash Raj as Jaikant is a total surprise package. The man mouths big Hindi words/sentences with extreme eloquence and no noticeable inconsistence. Though he becomes a mockery of himself towards the end of the film, he leaves his mark in confrontation scenes. All the remaining characters in the film are adequate with no significant role wastage.Director ROHIT SHETTY, story writers Sajid - Farhad and screenplay writer Yunus Sajawal must be commended for doing a fine job in story adaptation, narration and their attention to detail towards elevating commercial elements.Background music by Ajay Atul is simply rocking especially during action and confrontation episodes. It elevates the feel aspect? of the film beyond deliberations.
(ru) wrote: Being from NH the setting drew me in. In the end it was just another movie painting the woods as a scary place. The end made little sense and the fall into madness was difficult to follow in most of the characters. On a more petty note being from small town NH we may be rural but modern tech has reached us and despite IMDB reporting much of the cast was pulled from northern New England there seemed to be little attention paid to making it seem legit. I stuck through it, hoping for some salvation of the story and just ended up disappointed.
(br) wrote: Another great installment in the Tinker Bell series. Beautiful picture that's lots of fun for everyone.
(fr) wrote: The stage play cracks me up. We need Madea in schools!
(gb) wrote: parzania is a nice film that could have been more powerful. the audience knows its a true story and the whole media harped on the plight of the victims represented in the movie since the film was banned in gujrat. i believe that all these other factors played a more important role in making this movie what it is considered to be today.
(mx) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever scene. 84 minutes of pure dogshit.
(fr) wrote: an amazing movie all around
(br) wrote: Well I do go through a pile of crap and every once in a while find something thats interesting, it flowed more like suspence/thriller film but in the end it was entertaining.
(de) wrote: I didn't expect to even finish this 4 hour film by Jacques Rivette due what little I knew about the film, but I was pleasantly surprised with how immersive and compelling it really was. The creation of art is detailed excruciatingly thorough, and the result is mesmerizing and important.
(de) wrote: It at once wants to be a feminist tract against the exploitation of women and a vessel that showcases that exploitation.
(jp) wrote: I have no idea how or why this came up on my Roku recommendations, although I thought it might provide some nostalgic, 1980s campy fun complete with gigantic boomboxes, roller skates, terrible fashions and even worse hairstyles. It wasn't fun. It's painful to watch three middle actors playing caricatures making complete asses of themselves. I was embarrassed for them just watching it. I gave it the extra half-star for all the shapely bare breasts, but this film proves that there is indeed "too much of a good thing." Just like gorging yourself on [insert food vice here], it just leaves you feeling indifferent at best, queasy at worst. I know movies like this are supposed to be fluff and aren't intended to provoke thought, but it didn't quite have to be so vapid and unsubstantial.
(fr) wrote: Definitely interesting. Some segments were much better than others, but none of them come close to being bad. My favorites were Charles Laughton's and Ginger and Henry Fonda.
(jp) wrote: Another of my favorite Fred Astaire movies.
(ru) wrote: CAUTION - CONTAINS SPOILERSI'm giving the film 1.5 stars because it does have some good elements...There's some good cinematography, decent music/scoring, and the character development was alright...But Jesse really should have had sex with Zibby and developed a deeper relationship with her.The morality play element of the film was really cringey and misguided.Was it really better for him to have a one-night-stand with his former professor, or for her to lose her virginity hooking up with some dude she wasn't even that into - just to get it over with?...Rather than the two of them together, who actually had a real connection and had been getting to know each other for quite some time...And I mean even his thing at the end with the woman from the bookstore - it just seemed kind of forced...And I mean in the sense of it feeling forced into the plot of the film - not like it was forced between them, though their relationship did seem still on the superficial side. She had done what exactly? Just complimented his shirt at the beginning of the movie, and then they had one conversation - they didn't make each other mixed cds or correspond or anything....I mean who knows, maybe their relationship could still develop more, but I didn't really feel the same chemistry....Oh, but it was "age appropriate" - how romantic! :-P
(jp) wrote: Look I'm not a huge Bronson fan but this is one hell of a movie. Action flicks like this just don't exist anymore... SEE IT!!!!
(gb) wrote: Store this film in the Lullaby section because it came no where close to a horror. This movie was legitimately terrible and I've never had to say that about a movie in my entire life.