Quiet Flows the Don
With World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Russian Civil War as backdrop, it's an old-fashioned, blood-and-guts narrative, filled with earthly humor and a wealth of colorful characters. The story concerns the fluctuating fortunes of Grigory Melekhov, a young Cossack who is both a hero and a victim of the uprising.
- Stars:Rupert Everett, Delphine Forest, F. Murray Abraham, Ben Gazzara, Lorenzo Amato, Natalya Andreychenko, Mikhail Baskov, Alexander Bespalis, Alyona Bondarchuk, Sergey Bondarchuk, Vladimir Gostyukhin, Alexander Jharkov, Nikolay Karachentsov, Gennadi Karnovich-Valua, Ivan Lapikov,
- Country:UK, Russia
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(br) wrote: Challenging Subject Matter MakeThe Romance Grate At Your Inner Soul...I Am Quite Certain This Variation On A Siding-Doors Drama Would Have Left More Than A Few Couples Wondering, What Could Have Been? If Only? ...Bloody Non-Compliant Visa!!
(mx) wrote: An Intense story of what could you do in order to have everything
(fr) wrote: OK, here's my most embarassing admission. I LOVE KIM POSSIBLE. The show was just the right mix of silliness and action.
(de) wrote: It does have funny moments, but that's not enough to redeem this movie. An enthusiastic overuse of stereotypes, and its overall ridiculousness make Connie and Carla not worth your time.
(us) wrote: A pretty good slasher flick with a very predictable ending. However, it does have a good cast and a great soundtrack going for it.
(ru) wrote: I'm kind of miffed that I'm only just now discovering ROAD GAMES, because it's a pretty darn neat Australian thriller that draws upon many influences, yet the story still feels fresh and takes some unexpected turns. Hitchcock is the primary influence, as what we're basically dealing with is a REAR WINDOWish scenario played out across the Australian countryside, with a dash of Spielberg's DUEL thrown in for good measure. As our hero, Stacy Keach gives a terrific performance, and he injects a lot of personality, warmth, and even a philosophical tinge into the standard "everyman" part. He's joined by an enthusiastic, very likable Jamie Lee Curtis, and both are well-served by the script, which offers surprisingly intelligent dialogue. Additionally, the movie's got a healthy sense of humor (but it never tips over into outright comedy), and there are a couple quite stylish moments courtesy of director Franklin. It's not earth-shattering, or THE BEST THRILLER OF ALL TIME, or anything like that, but it is a really fun little flick.
(nl) wrote: I'm so torn because on one hand this movie is shot fantastically- a really great film adaptation of a more abstract play that could have been a mess. On the other hand, I just don't really like the play. The music is mostly forgettable and doesn't hold up, plus the message and plot are sophomoric (but then again, so was a lot of the hippie movement). But this movie is well cast, well sung and visually fun... I feel like I can't punish it because I'm not the biggest fan of the source material.
(br) wrote: Carpenter f 1/4stbe ment sorozat pilotja. 3 sztori, amib'l 1 kiemelked'en jpofa (A haj), a tbbi pocs (C)k kret. Mark "Luke Skywaker" Hamill meg maga a trag (C)dia- sajt 15 perc (C)ben.