Quando sei nato non puoi più nasconderti
A coming-of-age drama set in contemporary Italy.
- Stars:Billie Piper, Luke Mably, Sam Troughton, Emma Catherwood, Alsou, Chiké Okonkwo, Ovidiu Matesan, Kitt Smith, Alessio Boni, Michela Cescon, Rodolfo Corsato, Matteo Gadola, Ester Hazan, Vlad Alexandru Toma, Marcello Prayer, Giovanni Martorana, Simonetta Solder, Andrea Tidona, Adriana Asti, Emmanuel Dabone, Alessandro Mistichelli, Ana Caterina Morariu, Rita Statte,
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Donald S (it) wrote: The characters are interesting and the action is satisfying when on screen, but said action is too few and far between, instead replacing it with overly long scenes of drama without tension.
Deanna C (nl) wrote: A good "low-key", low budget movie, filmed in Texas.
filomena g (us) wrote: One of the best Stargate movies, action interracting with the past and the present.
Daniel C (nl) wrote: National Treasure is a fun, albeit silly, movie for young audiences.
Luis C (de) wrote: Pelcula que parte de una base de accin e intriga, y se convierte poco a poco en un drama que redescubre la verdadera naturaleza de su personaje. Viaje entre Israel y Berln, que a pesar de ser un viaje para descubrir a un ex oficial nazi, el descubrimiento ser mucho ms interior de lo que el filme podra proyectar en un principio. Eytan Fox utiliza esta historia para intentar llevar a los ms jvenes la historia entre Israel y Alemania a travs de personajes contemporneos, mientras que para ello utiliza a los actores mas conocidos de ambos pases, como la estrella del cine israel Lior Ashkenazi.
Nagoya C (gb) wrote: Bof! Only Zhang Ziyi is good about that movie...the rest is pretty cheesy!
Joshua T (gb) wrote: Some beautiful schlock. Every time Cameron Mitchell is on the screen is pure gold, and I don't think a more convincing Oval office has ever been filmed.
Luca D (au) wrote: Ha gli elementi del kolossal: durata, comparse e costumi, gli manca secondo me l'epicita' che si vede nell'ultima scena. Il film poi e' lento, soprattutto nella prima parte che potrebbe essere alleggerita almeno di 30 min, questo rende il film faticoso da seguire con la dovuta attenzione fino alla fine.
Tim M (kr) wrote: "Death Sentence" is James Wan's weakest work by a mile, but is preposterously entertaining enough (largely due to Kevin Bacon's efforts) to merit a mild recommendation.
Spencer S (ca) wrote: Nothing better exemplifies the political tension and ardent socio-economic climates of the French political sphere than a seventies Godard film starring Jane Fonda. "Tout Va Bien" is a film that delves into the rebel assumptions of the latest French generation, and works in "revolutionary art". The film concerns the revolt of a factory, the discipline of the structures of mainstream film, and began Godard's credibility as a mainstream artist. This film deals with two separate story arcs, and two separate issues. One is the revolutionist stance of the people, and fighting the powers that be in large and caustic ways. In the course of the film several characters are interviewed by Fonda's character, who is an American journalist. They speak about the variance of their involvement in a strike on a sausage factory, where Fonda and Yves Montand (portrayed as an at-odds married couple) are being held against their will, along with the plant manager. The plant revolt is the biggest part of the film, and lent to the famous multiple room shot in the factory, which showed the plant manager's office as well as the outside offices of the rest of the employees. The other part of the plot deals with Fonda and Montand (named She and He in the film) and their fragmented marriage. Both of them have deep psychological wanderings and speak to each other about the state of their lives. Particularly, Montand yearns to be back making French New Wave films, as he had done in the sixties, though he now makes commercials. Montand finds his new pursuit pointless and wishes to be back in the fray of artistic freedom, mostly because he sees himself now as a sellout. Spurred by the witnessing of the revolt and his own crumbling marriage, Montand watches as rebellion reaches the streets of France's metropolis' and we the audience watch as leftist views launch riots, and start a conversation long abated, and speaks on small changes you can make in your own life. It wasn't a revolutionary film by any means, but it led to skepticism from the masses and became a conversation starter.
Stuart K (us) wrote: Directed by Lewis Gilbert, (Carve Her Name with Pride (1958), Alfie (1966) and You Only Live Twice (1967)), this is a true life war film about the mission to destroy a battleship. It's a different kind of war film though, where it divides it's time between the action at sea and the decisions going on in the war rooms, and the planning that went on to ensure we won the war. It's a good film with some good set pieces and some good performances. In 1939, on the eve of World War 2, onn of Nazi Germany's largest and most powerful battleship, the Bismarck, which is said to impenetrable by guns, bombs or torpedos, was launched. By 1941, British Convoy ships are being attacked in the North Sea by U-boats, then they discover the Bismarck heading towards the North Atlantic. In London, the Admiralty's chief of operations, Captain Jonathan Shepard (Kenneth More) has to devise a plan to destroy the Bismarck, and stop any more ships getting hurt. But, after the Bismarck destroys the HMS Hood south of Iceland, it'll require a lot of firepower to destroy this ship. It's a film which shows the unsung heroes of the war, those in London who gave the commands, and planned ahead and predicted the movements of the Nazi's, Gilbert does well with the film and the battles at sea come out really well on film.
Allan C (es) wrote: Corny but well crafted noir from director Otto Preminger. Preminger reunites with Gene Tierney after their success with "Laura" but the story here is more than far fetched, telling the story about evil hypnotist Jose Ferrer putting Tierney under his spell and having her carry out crimes. Richard Conte plays Tierney's bowtie wearing husband and the film follows them as their lives begin to unravel over Tierney's crimes. The script is by Ben Hecht who had to use a pseudonym to avoid controversy over comments he'd made at the time about Israel.
Logan M (ru) wrote: "The Bicycle Thief" is quite depressing, but it's a masterpiece of neorealism.
Stephen S (jp) wrote: Pretty dumb. Another confusing horror/suspense film. Ending is cool but there's not a lot else here.
Jao R (fr) wrote: The ending left a lot to be desired.
Weul S (gb) wrote: One of the finest written RomComs ever put on film.