Director Timo Koivusalo point of view about life of classical music composer Jean Sibelius, who is a national composer of Finland.
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Matthew B (ag) wrote: The one thing that I can't stand about these kids movies is that they treat the children and us like idiots and nothing else.The story is about a cheeky London stray dog, Pudsey, who is quite happy being a lone ranger, looking out for number one, until he meets siblings Molly, George and Tommy. After losing their father, their mother Gail is moving the family to the sleepy village of Chuffington and Pudsey tags along, to the dismay of their landlord, Mr. Thorne, and his cat Faustus. Pudsey the Dog: The Movie sounds like a bad idea on paper. I bet the writer's of this movie were sitting down planing this movie and said to each other...Vertigo Films Producer: "We need to make money and fast, but we are all out of ideas. Horrid Henry: The Movie was a flop and so was Top cat. Wait a minute! what about that dog that can stand on it's two feet? yeah Let's put that dog from Britain's Got Talent into let's give him a movie and let's make him as annoying as possible". And after seeing it on the big screen... it's a disaster of a film. Pudsey the Movie is a film that will turn your brain into mash, because of it's awful scenes of humor. The all movie treat's kids and the viewing auditions with no respect and I just hate it when they do that. The soundtrack to this movie (He's Got The Love!) is the most annoying, headache soundtrack that I've ever heard this year. David Walliams voice acting in this movie wasn't good at all. Walliams felt miss cast and they could have picked a better voice actor than Walliams. The directing was bad, the effect's looked really fake and cheap. Pudsey the Movie is like a big middle finger to the auditions who love movies.
Stanley K (nl) wrote: Tired and rote exertion by all parties involved. Incoherent narrative interrupted by tedious and poorly choreographed action sequences whose weaknesses are accentuated by the heavy-handed scoring and sound effects intended to cover up those very flaws. Barely reminds the audience of the charm of the original.
Remy L (ca) wrote: Halloween ripoff.....
Mikey M (ag) wrote: Original and inspiring indie that is beautifully mounted visually. Convincing performances and a thoughtful pace lead a film that refuses to be as depressing as its setting - a story dragged beyond bleak to a tiny victory for the human spirit. Damn near perfect filmmaking.
Atakan T (us) wrote: a bad copy of sincity
Cedric R (es) wrote: A broken narrative structure and Joseph Fiennes' quiet, brooding portrayal of the leading man raise this standard love-triangle story above average quality.
Sanford R (kr) wrote: An indie flick that I probably only watched because its a View Askew production. Honestly, some of it is kind of boring, but its an interesting film! and I'm glad to have it in my collection
George N (ca) wrote: Wonderfully moody, Divine is truly scary, under seen, under rated film.
Richard S (au) wrote: It's Doris at one of her less "up" roles, and it's heartbreaking and sappy, but enjoyable. And one of my favorite Cagney movies.
Alex T (it) wrote: The tension and leverage in the plot seesaw constantly, which must be the result of considerable artistry, sweat and craft by everyone involved. It must be meticulously crafted. But the strings never show.
Timmy M (ru) wrote: This movie messed me up.
Mad M (ru) wrote: What's the motto...."True love wins"?? well damn it does...that's wht the movie says..But it's not worth winning because the movie had tried so hard to justify that thought... Rachel pulled the plug from Dex when she left him out with Darcy who got between the two lovers and she fell in love with Dex. Then latr on rachel connects the plug and so does the story begin.. When you try to prove true love wins ...making it ethically cruel is not the way in my opinion. Darcy cheats for the first time in years...she falls into another man's arms so quickly.....she does feel guilty but she makes the same mistake again......Well to be honest the whole charactor thing with Darcy doesn't add up or the movie couldn't have been ended up the way it did.
Daniel H (gb) wrote: :fresh: [CENTER]Do you really have to get drunk to be married?[/CENTER]
Jessie C (jp) wrote: Not super impressed with this one. It had its moments but ultimately I can't honestly say that I enjoyed the film.I guess the importance of this film is that it was the first film to have many main characters with their stories intersecting (seemingly Garry Marshall's recent obsession, with a holiday twist). I absolutely adore that type of filmmaking, so long as the connections make sense and aren't predictable. It worked for this film and I liked that a lot. Another major accomplishment of this film was how it was so star-studded, with a bunch of big actors working together. These two characteristics that made the film a classic were somewhat lost on me because I'm used to them in modern cinema, and better executed at that.Good subtle character development in the beginning. Less subtle later, but still good. The dialog was very good. Good writing. The performances were great. Still, the story moved too slowly for me and I do need to be at least a little bit invested in the characters to actually care what they do or what happens to them, and I was not invested. I didn't find anyone particularly likable, with maybe a couple exceptions, but overall, I was turned off by how manipulative everything was. The motive behind nearly every action was personal gain at another's expense, and that's gross. Not a fun watch for me, to be honest. I was bored and I was just waiting for it to be over about halfway through. I don't want to watch it again and I don't want to own it ever.5/10Bye love you