The conflict surrounding the production of Andrei Tarkovsky's 1979 masterpiece 'Stalker', as well as a look at the tragic character that was Georgi Rerberg. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: red 2 better the first 1 plus the same amount of action
Charles G (us) wrote: I found some parts interesting, but I am glad I just watched it first on NetFlix.
Jed D (jp) wrote: It should felt like I had died.
Robert S (au) wrote: Don't know why facebook has called it '(too much)' OOH Dorex!! Great film.
Tomer H (fr) wrote: Sissy Spacek and Tom Wilkinson deliver over-the-top performances as two parents dealing with the grief of their son's death. Todd Field gives the audience his directorial debut- an outstanding emotionally raw drama.
Muhammed S (nl) wrote: Cheesy, over the top and inconsistent, this flick doesn't deliver what it set out to do! yeah there are a few ups in the movie but in terms of genre it doesn't provide enough scares or humor.
Stuart K (gb) wrote: Directed by Elliot Silverstein (A Man Called Horse (1970)), this is a light and fluffy comedy-western with a good cast. Based upon The Ballad of Cat Ballou by Roy Chanslor, which was a dark, serious novel. When the makers couldn't make it work as a drama, they changed it to a comedy. It's got a very odd tone, but it's well made and it manages to be entertaining while it lasts and it doesn't last long. This story is sang by a pair of Shouters (Nat King Cole and Stubby Kaye), who tell the story of schoolteacher Catherine Ballou (Jane Fonda), who is travelling to Wolf City, Wyoming to visit her father Frankie Ballou (John Marley), who owns a ranch. But, Frankie has been terrorised by nasty gunman Tim Strawn (Lee Marvin) who is known as Silvernose. The Ballou's need help, so they call upon legendary gunfighter Kid Shelleen (Marvin again), to help protect them from Strawn, but Shelleen is a drunk and needs drink badly. So, while they try to get Shelleen into shape, Catherine becomes Cat Ballou, and looks set on bringing Strawn and his men down. It's well made, and it's Greek Chorus from Cole and Kaye works wonders, and it makes a good narrative. It has a weird tone about it, and it's tone does lurch about, but when it works, it does work. Plus, Lee Marvin plays a great dual role, for which he rightfully won an Oscar.
Benjamin W (ag) wrote: Ray Dennis Steckler's first film full of quirks that makes for a very enjoyable (however cliched) movie.
Chad H (us) wrote: I just do not like this movie whatsoever, possibly the only interesting thing about it was the monster and he appears for about two minutes maybe less. Just google "Creature from the Haunted Sea Monster" and save yourself the sixty minutes. The whole plot is laughable since the opening is strange...and leaves you with more questions than answers. There is also a little animated opening which in my opinion is completely pointless because it gives you a false idea of what the monster actually looks like. The whole idea of this movie hardly made any sense to me, there was even a character who spoke almost completely in animal sounds and it was at times annoying. It was incredibly low budget, and the audio was off to! Again I am not sure if it was my copy but that was a bother. This movie is cult famous but it really makes me wonder if it ultimately falls under the so bad its good category, but I don't feel that way at all. Its definitely so bad its bad, but if you are still curious than I recommend that you check out this movie. I don't even recommend the movie to die hard horror fans as it is ridiculously boring and it leaves you throughout the whole movie just waiting for the monster to appear. So its public domain so you can find it or see it pretty much anywhere. But back to my recommendations, just google the monster and thank me after I saved you from an hour of your life.
Gregory W (us) wrote: I love Eddy/MacDonald what a great team
Fon G (mx) wrote: As social satire about the class divide in 1930s America this romantic comedy may have lost some of its bite, but Katharine Hepburn's performance as Alice Adams is superb. This was one of her earlier films. She was 27 when it was made but looks younger. In her later films there is often a harder edge to her screen persona, but here she positively glows. Definitely Kate's best film before Bringing Up Baby and a must-see if you're a fan of hers. If you're not, watch it anyway: you have nothing to lose but your Street Cred!
Gergely K (gb) wrote: A Razorback kitn' eco-horror egy hatalmas gyilkos vaddisznrl. Don Semler operat'r maximlisan kihasznlja az ausztrliai tj minden adottsgt, tk (C)letes keretet biztostva a bestia mokfutsnak. K (C)pei n (C)ha mr-mr lomszerek, de nem esik tlzsokba, a f'szerepl' az (C)l' (C)s l (C)legz' tj marad nla. A filmnek ott a helye a legjobb llatos r (C)mfilmek mellett, nlam dobogs.
Robert W (us) wrote: Yawn! poor story and dull film give it a miss