A subjective documentary that explores various theories about hidden meanings in Stanley Kubrick's classic film The Shining. Five very different points of view are illuminated through voice over, film clips, animation and dramatic reenactments.
Room 237 is an documentary film directed by Rodney Ascher about explanation and interpretation of different scholars on the meaning of "The Shining (1980)". The film concerns a few different theories about "The Shining" through different point of view but do not promote any particular claims. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: Awesome follow-up to the original!
(gb) wrote: Well done and Michelle is herself quite the beauty. Unfortunately, and maybe it's impossible, Michelle doesn't have the je ne sais quoi that made Marilyn so fetching. Michelle does her impression well enough in the drama queen side of Marilyn, since we don't have much of an idea there. Eddie does come up as smitten and his bits work. Kenneth as Laurence Olivier grabs the film and gives it a good spin, which helps tremendously. Sweet and sour story.
(es) wrote: Imagine if the Cohen Bros, Hitchcock, Sam Rami, and Chuck Jones decided to film a Nordic Noir. You really don't need to, just fire up teh Netflix and watch Headhunters.
(es) wrote: The only interesting character was the guy Hanssen character. It was unfortunate his role was not developed fully, his reasons especially seems lost. The bits shown in the film made this a very powerful movie with a character that was much deeper than the FBI in the movie seem to be making him out. I liked that there was a sort of need to go beyond his role, his status and be something he was not allowed to be.
(es) wrote: Hotel Rwanda was way cooler.
(it) wrote: I liked this one more than Juno. There are several parts that'll catch you off guard, and that adds to the fun. Mischa Barton couldn't act in this or the O.C., her best role was in the Sixth Sense. Check this tale of curiosity out.
(ca) wrote: Interesting, but thankfully Martin Campbell has since gone on to working with better scripts.
(au) wrote: Lo unico que me parecio bueno de esta pelicula fue la presentacion al espectador de que fue lo que ocurrio. Fue mas un documental de Discovery Channel que una pelicula. Fue bueno que hayan mostrado esta historia, pero para otros no es asi.
(gb) wrote: CAST A GIANT SHADOW (1966)
(kr) wrote: This is a pretty good Sandler comedy. Zohan is very cartoon like and if you can go with it the movie will provide some laughs. It loses steam a little in the middle but it finishes well. The action scenes were all pretty awesome. All in all its pretty decent.
(ru) wrote: The beauty of simplicity. You cannot help but feel good with this movie.
(jp) wrote: It's extremely vulgar, yet American Pie is quite clever and is constantly laugh out loud funny, and is daring compared to the typical high school comedy.Grade: A-