Silverlake Life: The View from Here
Silverlake Life: The View From Here is an extraordinary video diary about living with AIDS. This landmark film documents, with guts and humor, the love and dedication of longtime companions Tom Joslin and Mark Massi. From the emotional challenge of living with a fatal illness to the frustration of maintaining daily routines, this is a powerful tale of love, commitment, mortality and the strength of the human spirit.
Silverlake Life: The View From Here is an extraordinary video diary about living with AIDS. This landmark film documents, with guts and humor, the love and dedication of longtime companions Tom Joslin and Mark Massi. From the emotional challenge of living with a fatal illness to the frustration of maintaining daily routines, this is a powerful tale of love, commitment, mortality and the strength of the human spirit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Silverlake Life: The View from Here torrent reviews
(au) wrote: If I have to watch a werewolf film done right, I'll take The Howling. With the right mix of comedy, creepiness, and paranoia, this film hits the right marks. Although the special effects have become slightly outdated, this film still holds up better than most werewolf films in recent years.
(mx) wrote: A powerful story of testing your faith. However, involving the scene where the guy's nephew died in a tractor accident, I was surprised it didnt get the film a PG13 rating. It was surprisingly graphic, that I felt sick in my stomach for a while. Other than that, amazing film.
(de) wrote: The approach is interesting.
(au) wrote: It's not a bad movie, but it's not necessarily great either. I enjoyed watching it, and have recommended it to friends who also enjoyed it, but it is by no means a fantastic film. There was a lot of great imagery, the acting was pretty decent (though I don't think Josh was trying too hard near the end emotion-wise) The story was great, in the style of a lot of X-Files episodes from the first three seasons involving creepy little eight-year-old kids, and it had a good pace that keeps the viewer entertained. I bought it as a Sarah Wayne Callies fan and enjoyed it as a horror flick, and I do re-watch it when the mood strikes me. Recommended to X-Files fans, B-Movie fans or those who like 'creepy' horror rather than 'slasher' horror.
(fr) wrote: No tan genial como la primera, pero esta precuela tiene sus buenos momentos, muchos de ellos gracias a Amy Adams.
(br) wrote: Really enjoyed this film, especially the addition of Henry and Tracey x
(br) wrote: Do u know George Clooney is in this movie?? Very young and dies quickly! LOL! Flmed like a made for tv movie that looks as if it was filmed in the 70s sepcifically for late night viewing. It is definately trying too hard, which is apparant due to the flaunting of several sets of boobies. While the plotline wasn't a bad one and I would possibly enjoy seeing a modern remake, the original has MUCH to be desired!
(es) wrote: just love this movie. It's Fred and Ginger at their peek. Even if they had stopped working together after this, they probably would have still been considered the greatest song-and-dance team of all time. That's how wonderful they are.Yes nobody does musicals like these anymore and if someone did who'd care to see them? Seeing Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers again dancing like only they could do, looking like if they had been born to each other, talking with their feet and their whole bodies almost makes you cry with nostalgia. These were human beings expressing their feelings not machines or robots like those we see in most nowadays movies. When this fabulous pair of tap-dancers begin to move before our eyes we forget everything else and become enraptured. That's what this movie is about and nothing else. The story? Oh yes the story is weak but who cares? In these musicals the story is only the cement which brings music and dance numbers together. However a special mention of two secondary players who go very well: Helen Broderick making the open minded wife of the theatrical manager and Eric Blore in the role of Bates the butler who presents us with a few hilarious gags. It's an old movie indeed but it still resists wear and tear of time!
(kr) wrote: Contains lots of voice-over narration and non-linear storytelling. Oliver (Ewan McGregor) is a perpetually gloomy graphic artist, sho we see as a boy with his eccentric mother and a man working on a long term relationship and dealing with news from his father. Semi-autobiographical from writer/director Mike Mills life. Mlanie Laurent, the year after she appeared in Inglourious Basterds, is Anna, the love interest to Oliver. Christopher Plummer's character Hal, Oliver's father, finally starts living his authentic life as a gay man and faces terminal cancer. A sweet story about modern day relationships. Checking this movie off my watchlist means that I have completed my primary Oscar list. Going back to the beginning of the Academy Awards in 1927, I have now seen every film (that I can find) that has won the Academy Award for Best Picture, Director, Writing, Lead and Supporting Actor, and Lead and Supporting Actress.
(nl) wrote: It starts off pretty interesting, and it does get mildly suspenseful, but it never really kicks full throttle, and gets pretty predictable. It is fun to see Stallone and Schwarzenegger work together though, in a long over-due team up, and the environment keeps them pretty close. The ending has a fun twist.
(fr) wrote: Home Alone(1990) - is hilarious when it needs to be, but it also manages to sneak in some very well done sentimental moments that definitely ring in the Christmas spirit. The concept of the film seems very promising, when the funny moments hit they really hit and they are uncontrollably funny. I'll admit that when the movie starts out it seems a little too mean spirited when we actually see Kevin with his family but at the same time I can kinda see this being Kevin's point of view of his family and maybe from his point of view he see's his family being a little more angry then we would. It does payoff as the movie plays on because once Kevin discovers that he's home alone, the movie only gets comedic from there as well as it can get sentimental. Kevin himself is bratty but also innocent. At sometimes he can get sort of annoying but most of the time he is funny and somewhat crafty. I especially love how he comes up with ways to trick the adults around him with his odd ideas. The Wet Bandits are especially funny, They just keep getting themselves into more and more trouble especially when it comes to the third act. When the Bandits enter Kevin's house and fall under his traps it becomes so funny that even you have to at least chuckle when the insane slapstick occurs. The only other character to mention is Marley. Kevin fears this guy because of some scary backstory told by his older brother but there's more to him then what he appears to be. I won't say too much but let's just say he is one of the characters who brings some heart in the movie. Aside from everything else I think the look of the movie is probably what stands out to me the most. Everything from the Christmas decorations and bright lights really make the movie pop and it give you that special feeling that only something great as Christmas can do. Sure the movie does have a few minor nitpicks but they are not enough to distract from the great feeling that this movie gives. It's been a Christmas Classic for decades and it looks like it will still be a Christmas classic for years to come. (A-)
(nl) wrote: good. although not as good as first one..