In Shakespeare's classic play, the Montagues and Capulets, two families of Renaissance Italy, have hated each other for years, but the son of one family and the daughter of the other fall desperately in love and secretly marry. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Romeo and Juliet
In Shakespeare's classic play, the Montagues and Capulets, two families of Renaissance Italy, have hated each other for years, but the son of one family and the daughter of the other fall desperately in love and secretly marry.
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Spencer S (mx) wrote: Director Werner Herzog has been making some exceptionally great documentary films lately, and this foray into a long forgotten cave in France is no exception. Much of the film relies on showing the audience what it takes to get into the cave, which is cordoned off from the viewing public to keep out mold and particles that could destroy the cave paintings. (Which are the oldest in the known world.) In the last twenty minutes of the documentary we get to see all the paintings up close, without narration, and only simple music to soothe and calm. The film played extensively in the IMAX theaters in 3D, and the effects of that would probably have been transient. Still, without that glorious illusion the paintings still look beautiful, as is the way they are filmed. We learn the history of them before we see many of them, so their meaning is all the more fluid and histrionic, making the spectacle into one unmatched in modern cinema.
Paul G (nl) wrote: Great cast, maybe 2 funny skits, and that's all...the rest is kinda garbage
Daryl L (ca) wrote: Lovely (*with Jude Law's English accent*)!
Gabriel P (it) wrote: Teen horniness is not a crime!
Paul W (br) wrote: Of course they lied to us all about WMDs and reasons for Iraq. It's evolution, baby.
Tom L (de) wrote: The most terrible movie I have seen in the last 50 years including my 8 years stint as marketing director for Warner Bros and Columbia Pictures. A total disaster, an amateur built the set, the actors were amateurs lost in a script written by a 5 year old school girl, the effects were done by a hairdresser with no prior experience in tsunamis and hurricanes, in short a sh*t movie not worth a minute of your time.
Thomas L (it) wrote: Shows what's become of the once great George A Romero
Gonalo C (fr) wrote: Its just a good time
Jareth S (fr) wrote: Lon Chaney Jr is truly awful in the role of Count Alucard and the film is horribly uneven, but there is just something amazingly cool about the idea of a Dracula movie that's also a film noir. It's a shame when such an interesting concept meets with failed execution.
Charlie G (br) wrote: Great effects. Excellent story. Very enjoyable.
Mitch T (jp) wrote: Years after making his brilliant sci-fi masterpiece Primer, Shane Carruth makes a mess of a film, which has an extremely thin plot, little to no characterization, and a painful dose of style over substance. A pretentious film, Upstream Color only succeeds in having cool visuals; everything else is bad.