Selänne is a documentary about Teemu Selänne—the best Finnish ice hockey player of all time. It's directed by JP Siili, whose previous films include such hits as Härmä and Ganes. We've followed the heroic tales of Selänne for over two decades. His exploits are famous, but now we get to know Selänne the man. In this documentary Teemu lets the viewer get close and under his skin. The film follows Selänne's journey from childhood to the latest NHL season. We see the life story of an exceptional athlete inside and out, not only through Teemu's words, but through the views of his loved ones and colleagues. Selänne is charismatic, social, irritating, charming, happy and always late. Welcome to the life of Teemu Selänne!
Vinu C (us) wrote: I dont know why no one likes this movie. It seems to be legible and a hifi movie. Good One .. I would rate it a 6.5/10
Andrew J (ru) wrote: About everything about this movie was bad.
Anna L (au) wrote: Willem Dafoe dando o sangue como sempre, como um detetive solitrio e cheio de problemas psicolgicos. As cenas dos crimes me fizeram lembrar ora de "Seven" ora de "Ressurreio". Aqui o assassino (C) de uma criatividade mrbida sem igual. O problema (C) que o filme (C) lento demais, e o final (C) decepcionante e vazio, parece at (C) que ele foi cortado...
Anya S (jp) wrote: While the overall story was interesting, I was rather annoyed at the stupid one liners that Ryan Reynolds kept adding in. There is nothing special about this film other than that it is a very long episode of Leverage which is much more entertaining to watch.
Bruno N (nl) wrote: Good film with interesting characters and locations, but it has a mediocre plot.
bill s (gb) wrote: Felt forced......a Hollywood contrived version of the family that stays together through thick and thin.
Dean W (ca) wrote: Gamera makes his debut, a crude black and white effort but I love the flames coming out of its mouth, and the way it flies. I admit I am a Gamera fan, maybe you can be too...
Bradley H (jp) wrote: This marital satire doesn't have quite the spark of a Rock Hudson/Doris Day movie, but it's still enjoyable for a rainy afternoon. Jack Lemmon made a whole string of light comedies in the 60's and this is definitely one of the better ones.
David S (ag) wrote: Well acted but not well plotted Peckinpah Western. The plot aspects that involve aging and a changing world are well done, and one can see how probably influenced Eastwood's Unforgiven in that way. But the subplot surrounding the younger member's infatuation with a local girl never quite meshes with the rest of the story, even as it's clear how the filmmakers wanted it to.
Alex N (us) wrote: It's crazy to think how much this movie is becoming a reality.
Pierre K (ag) wrote: A very Good movie directed by Robert Redford on teh dirty trick of public Television..
Paula M (jp) wrote: Light and funny, perfect for a Sunday morning
Don S (us) wrote: This is why I know (1986) Star Wars prequels will be a let down.
Brett D (fr) wrote: Fred "The Hammer" Williamson gave a great performance. The best part of the movie is the soundtrack. Highly Recommended.