The movie centers on rising young country singer Bobbie who must follow a series of rules in order hold on to it during her rise to fame and fortune after she is blessed with the gift of song by three angels. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Heidi P (br) wrote: Like watching a train wreck in slow motion
Joe C (kr) wrote: Let's see if this can be the first review of The Great Beauty to do without mentioning Fellini's 8 1/2. Darn... A fascination with the distractions we fill our heads with to avoid our own mortality is what inspired Paolo Sorrentino's picturesque, existential tour of the most romantic city in the world. Our guide is Jep Gambardella, a journalist-cum-socialite who, shortly after his 65th birthday, realizes relentless pursuit with the high-life has amounted to nothing worthwhile. As we follow Jep on his journey of self-discovery as he desperately seeks a meaning for his existence, Sorrentino's disorientingly fluid camera motions and weapons-grade beautiful photography have a lucid, dreamlike effect that seems to possess the whole film. This augments the superficial appeal of the lifestyle Jep spent so many years pursuing, and during the many illusory rooftop party sequences, you feel as lost as Jep does. Physically there, but in another dimension mentally. Truthfully, The Great Beauty doesn't have any strong narrative backbone. It is rather a series of generally deadpan vignettes. But you'll be so ensconced by the hypnotic, preternatural, startlingly, agonizingly beautiful imagery you're being subjected to that you won't care a damn. Rome has never look so lavish and yet so utterly hollow.
Andrey B (br) wrote: Cool movie, I liked it from the beginning to the end. Clever teenage movie is a rare thing and the cast is just tremendous.
Stephen M (ca) wrote: Watch this movie. Part comedy, part documentary, part horror, all true. You'll laugh, cry, gasp, and scream!
Claire L (au) wrote: Watched this purely for the reason I'd seen the first two and the OCD in me needed to complete the set. What a mistake and an utter farcical joke this film is. I wonder why they even bothered. Total made-for-TV mind-numbing junk.
Sean S (au) wrote: Acting is brilliant by the films two leads, cinematography is impressive as well which helps to set the scene. Its a film youll love or hate and i personnally loved it
bill s (ru) wrote: Craig delivers in this faced paced action thriller with a powerful punch.
Nate H (au) wrote: I recommend not putting Rio de Janeiro on your list of places to visit.
David M (de) wrote: The coolest movie ever!
RC K (ag) wrote: What a weird little movie. No, not Tetsuo weird, but weird in a more, "Well, that was odd..." sort of fashion.I'm not sure what I think of the plot, but I know I liked the movie--that probably sounds insane, and maybe it even IS insane, but there you are. It stars Jon Gries who reminds me of some kind of cross between Thomas Cavanagh and Mark Knopfler and probably someone else in appearance, and I'm not sure who in terms of his acting. He plays Sunny Holiday, a singer-in-training looking to "make it" with fame, fortune and all the bells and whistles. We open on him fast-forwarding and rewinding a tape of his favourite song, George Jones' "The Grand Tour," which is his own signature song (to sing). We see glimpses of him arguing with his wife Bobbi (Darryl Hannah) while his daughter colours next to them at the table, and of someone angrily yelling at him and telling him to hurry up. We jump back and forth a few times through the movie, seeing this yelling man and his wife a few more times as we go along and piece together all of Sunny's life.We first settle, though, on an interview with a reporter (Adam Baldwin) that Sunny and his manager Lester Irving (Garrett Morris) have set up. They tell the reporter where their next show will be, and he takes their picture a few times. He seems to be quite an amateur, taking wild and blurry photos, and even accidentally snapping one of the license plate on their bright pink car, which they tour the country in. Soon after we see Sunny's next gig--and it's not at all what you might expect, if you believe Sunny and Lester's claims so far. It's a bar, and they're singing karaoke. We see all of his gigs, and each one his a simple karaoke bar, and they argue and debate over which songs are most appropriate. Lester constantly philosophizes and analyzes the placement of Sunny's performance, choice of song, who the judges of each contest are, and the crowd as a whole. He tells Sunny that by meandering to Los Angeles and stopping at every bar instead of heading straight there, they are gaining a market base, that the way to fame, fortune and money is by building a mass of people who can have the feeling they "discovered" him before he's ever big.Most of the movie is taken up with Lester's discussion of songs and song choices, the argumenst Sunny makes against his choices, the gigs themselves (which include other vocalists, also just as amateurish, despite the claims of Lester)--and what the two of them do after each bar. Sunny often picks up a woman and sleeps with her--the first wakes him and brings him a cup of coffee, a cup that is so hot it leads into...well, it's not quite what you might expect, but it does bring some things into perspective about where Sunny has come from. Another time he skips out on the woman he takes home (because she slipped and hit her head, no less) because her daughter hits on him when he wanders into the kitchen.We end up with the impression that Lester and Sunny are completely oblivious to the fact that Sunny is never going to make it--he doesn't have an awful lot of talent or skill (though he's better than a number of the other contestants, admittedly) and his attitude isn't that great either. But the two of them are convinced they can make it somehow, and we sort of want them to, for all that we know they have a snowball's chance in hell of doing so.The pace of the film felt a little off, a little slow for an hour and a half long movie, but it was not distressingly so. Still, it was enough to notice, though the clever construction of the film--the rewinding and fast-forwarding of the tape from the beginning continuously reappears, as Sunny seems to rewind and speed up past the slow parts of his life--and the performances kept me interested. Entertaining, but nothing I jump out of my seat to recommend.
Juanita J (it) wrote: it's an important story.
Guillermo V (gb) wrote: Si usted no es de Colombia, y quiere ver lo tipico de un Colombiano y nuestro potencial... alquilela, comprela, bajela, quemela, guardela, re-veala, compartala o lo que necesite hacer para no perdersela. Para mi marc el inicio de la exportacion del arte cinem...fico.
david s (br) wrote: Entertaining, competent acting and lovely period authenticity, but the hardmen gangsters are too lovable. Even the ruthless cruelty is unconvincing, the dialogue lacks true menace and mendacity.
Kai S (es) wrote: be warned- the soundtrack sucks. everything else in this movie is brilliant and highly entertaining.
Jere M (fr) wrote: This was a really fun and well done WW2 movie from the era of clean and simple war movies. The acting was strong albeit extremely cliched. The script was simple, yet effective. All in all an enjoyable movie experience that portrays this battle in a very stereotypical fashion.
Greg W (fr) wrote: this depression era pic looks at what depression weary audiences wanted 2 see-travails of a wealthy family.
Valentin G (br) wrote: Another of those films that desperately parody everything around, maybe can make you laugh once or twice and that will be all. 3.5/10
Peter L (ag) wrote: Eraserhead (1977) is a cult classic horror movie from David Lynch. I recently watched this movie two times. The first time I saw this movie was in my film class. I had no idea what to think of it. This is because the movie simply blew my mind. A friend and I had a discussion after watching the film. I said I had no idea how to interpret it. He said that this was his second time watching it. He said that I would like the movie a lot more if I watched it again. After watching this movie for the second time, I have learned to appreciate and love this film. It is pure surrealist art on film. It never explains itself because it doesn't need to. My favorite part of the movie was undeniably the visuals. Absolutely gorgeous. They blew me away. The movie definitely warrants multiple viewings. The ending scene honestly scared the hell out of me. This movie is definitely over the top, which is one of my only problems with it. The whole movie scares and engrosses you at the same time. This has become one of my favorite horror movies of all time. Star Rating: 4.5/5Elementary Scale Rating: A
LaShay M (ru) wrote: I like this movie so much that i really did cry when the Queen dies