The film is based on the biography of the legendary Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. She became an internationally regarded ballerina after her performances in 1909 with the Dyaghilev's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pavlova: A Woman for All Time
The film is based on the biography of the legendary Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. She became an internationally regarded ballerina after her performances in 1909 with the Dyaghilev's ...
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Borhan K (it) wrote: A movie that is really adult definitely not for the kiddies. Ok soo now that i got that outta the way. This movie is about a young girl that is trying to leave her troubles behind her and find out who she is self discovery etc... This movie has a strong cast funny enough.She gets into the porn industry and it glorifies this industry in the movie. the discovery of who she is i feel is left incomplete in the movie and becomes second fiddle to the amount of skin you see in the flick.Could have gone in so many directions but it lost purpose and focus soo at the end you come away with really nothing to show for it. Maybe the director was out of budget.
BRUNO V (es) wrote: I remember Bruno , that's about it ...
Ron S (br) wrote: What a shame. The original Walking tall from 1973 was fantastic. This was poorly acted, crappy fight scenes, they kept using a blur effect like you are coced up WAY TOO MANY TIMES, just garbage..
Dan H (ca) wrote: I wasn't expecting much but it was actually really good, defiantly worth a watch
Joey H (de) wrote: I dont want to watch.
Curtis W (fr) wrote: For some reason, Capturing the Friedmans came to mind while watching the documentary, American Movie. Not that there was anything sinister going on, like pedophilia. But in tone, capturing the breakdowns and weaknesses of Mark Borchardt - high school dropout, paperboy, cemetery caretaker, drunk, divorced dad and independent filmmaker. American Movie chronicles Mark's efforts to make a full-length feature, Northwestern, which he abandons to first finish his short film, Coven, thinking he'll be able to raise money to do Northwestern. It's a struggle. He has to borrow money from his elderly uncle. He enlists the help of all his friends and his family, going as far as pressing his mother into service as an extra for a wintertime woodland scene at a state park. He's also dealing with problems of alcoholism and divorce, though he proves to be a patient and caring father, even if his kids are forced to spend nights camping out on the floor of the editing room. He recognizes, I think, that he has a problem with drinking, as this is an issue being dealt with in Coven. Plus, his good friend Mike, is in recovery. Well, it's a pretty good documentary. Really takes me back to those depressing, frustrating times in the Midwest. Mark is based in Wisconsin, a fact that also brought to mind Werner Herzog's Stroszek, and the depressing picture that movie painted. Coven, best watched I believe as a companion piece to American Movie, is a trip, a testament to what a guy and an idea an a movie camera can accomplish. It's a beautiful little film, though it's not so smooth. But perhaps that is also the beauty of it.
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
Tyson S (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies. Highly re-watchable.
Algitya P (gb) wrote: The Day when you thought Albert Brooks was a drama-esqued Christopher Nolan
Wahida K (us) wrote: This is a great Classic and the first Salman Khan Movie. A nice comedy- A Hit and songs were Hit till mid 90`s Timeless classic from Bollywood. I like the tiny bit on the roof a tiny bit kitschy but very neat scene.
Rob N (fr) wrote: A linguistics professor who specializes in heiroglyphics is drawn into a crazy spy-game, never quite sure who is on his side and who is against him until the very end. Most of the story involves a variety of characters trying to chase down a coded message and threatening to kill Gregory Peck, except that they all need him alive to decode the message. Sophia Loren is brilliant as she plays the good guys and bad guys against each other all the way through.
Jim H (de) wrote: Uneven that satisfying "chick flick". As if there was still a question, the chemistry between Lowe and Moore that we'd already seen in several "Brat Pack" movies is confirmed here, since they go much deeper into the sexual part of that chemistry than they ever have before. Even though it's obvious that this is the role she has been given by the writers, Elizabeth Perkins' character is many times too whiny and too negative to keep the lightheartedness of this movie going. And while he's not quite as negative, the brashness of Jim Belushi does sometimes get in the way here. But they also exemplify the movie's main problem here: it tries to be fully lighthearted, but the situations that Lowe and Moore are put in are many times too dark, and cast a pall over the tone of the flick. The script tries way too hard to rip the relationship apart even before it has a chance to build the foundation for the viewers. Nevertheless, the two main leads do a fine acting job with what they're given, and despite a saccharine ending, it's still a very watchable motion picture.
Ty Lyn (jp) wrote: graphics were awful but the guy...thats all I have to say.
William J (kr) wrote: Ending was interesting.
Courtney K (kr) wrote: i didn't not like it, but i didn't really like it either. took me until about the very end to find it intriguing. there were a few ponderous thoughts thrown at you; which was nice, and you'd think with such a great cast like Robert DeNiro, Edward Norton and Mila Jovovich you'd get a fairly decent film... i don't know. i guess i the plot just didn't grab me.
Mackenie M (ru) wrote: Couldn't even finish it; it was so bad
Matt S (mx) wrote: best of the Daniel Craig series for sure