Follows two years in the life of Greg Sommer, aka Skull Man, as he builds the Canadian chapter of Box Wars, an international underground movement of cardboard-based combat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Follows two years in the life of Greg Sommer, aka Skull Man, as he builds the Canadian chapter of Box Wars, an international underground movement of cardboard-based combat.
- Stars:Dionísio Azevedo, Maurício do Valle, Nadir Fernandes, Luely Figueiró, Edgard Franco, Célia Froes, David Neto, Armando Paschoallin, Helena Ramos, Fábio Rocha, Adriano Stuart, Walter Stuart, Lucimar Vilar, Greg Sommer, Jason Pluscec, Shane Patterson, Sean Chillcott, Ross Koger, Stefano Manera, Merv Perez, Rodrigo Raquio, Hoss Siegel, Josh Spiegel,
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Ethan P (nl) wrote: The most perfect a movie can possibly be, in terms of both storytelling and film making technique. All performances are top notch, and the story is unique and hilarious, and also offers some moments of genuine heart.
Joanna B (es) wrote: Shedding light on a once-taboo subject, director David O. Russell's adaptation of Matthew Quick's novel draws on both contributor's personal experiences with mental illness. A poignant emotionally-resonant film that is both charming and funny, Russell artfully never glosses over the angst of difficulty of situation but doesn't wallow either. The Silver Linings Playbook is a unique blend of deft pacing, accentuating camerawork, combustible acting, intriguing cast combinations, a stellar screenplay, prudent dialogue, astute direction and the relatable topic of a dysfunctional family in turmoil; that is completely deserves its eight Oscar nods. Unadvisedly released under plea-bargain from an eight month stint in a Baltimore mental hospital for attacking his wife's lover in their shower, Pat Solatano (Bradley Cooper) is surprisingly upbeat, holding on to his mantra of Excelsior like a life raft. Determined to find the silver lining in battling his bi-polar disorder, depression and anxiety, Pat is willing to jump through as many precarious hoops as required in his quest for emotional stability and to repair the damage he's done by earning back the love of his estranged wife.His well-meaning mother Dolores (Jacki Weaver) didn't consult his father (Robert De Niro) before picking up their damaged son, and although rooting for him, Pat Sr. is skeptical about his son's optimistic recovery. Persisting with his theory of family togetherness as it coincides with his own mass of neuroses as a failing bookie, his extreme fandom for the Philadelphia Eagles is fueled by outlandish OCD superstitions proving that the apple hasn't fallen far from the tree. As expected, Pat's recovery derails frequently, until he meets a mysterious girl with similarly complicated problems. A recent widow with excessively low self-esteem, the highly inappropriate Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) buries her issues in sexual encounters (with literally anyone). Her sexual offer rebuffed by Pat and his unfounded faithfulness his restraining order welding wife, Tiffany agrees to help Pat breach the gap by deliver a letter, but in return he must agree to be her partner in a local dance competition. Although blackmailed, the more they practice, the better they sidestep their issues. But when Pat Sr. and Tiffany face off for Pat's attention, can a deal that accommodates and benefit all their eccentrics be found or will things spiral completely out of control? Each character layered with their own complexities, the ensemble cast is terrific. Cooper is marvelous in his most multidimensional role to date. Inspired and convincing, he strikes a measured between twitching social ineptness and edgy impulse control. Versatile It-girl Lawrence is outstanding. At just 22 she not afraid to step outside convention to achieve acting greatness and as the sex-driven widow going through a spectacular meltdown of her own she is sheer dynamite. Effortlessly bouncing off of each other's energy, their potent chemistry and sexual tension is something from rom-com lovers to savior. De Niro delivers his best performance in years in a somewhat familiar OCD driven role, whilst Tucker (in his first non-Rush Hour film since 1997) is fantastic for so many reasons. The Verdict: With disarming ease this movie demands closer inspection. The Silver Linings Playbook is a brave accomplishment for all and an intelligently rich adult-centric comedy experience for audiences.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 01/02/2013
Mat K (gb) wrote: Fun, but not as good as its predecessor, Mission Cleopatre. Once again they give Gerard Depardieu a Cyrano de Bergerac joke and Alain Delon steals the show as a vain but understanding Cesar. Unfortunately the movie does not have someone like Jamel Debbouze at the centre to sell the cartoonish nature of the film (Although he does have a cameo at the end that is the funniest bit in the whole movie).
M M (ru) wrote: it's incredible how much you can like something like this. pratically no plot at all, only the two of them watching each other and watching and watching with long silences and stares - the two of them and nothing else matters. the final scene made me all soft inside.
l i n d (fr) wrote: It's sweet and it tugs at your heartstrings. I love Hilary Duff's performance of "Someone's Watching Over Me"! Moreover, I love Hilary Duff.
Erin D (it) wrote: so horrible and over the top, everyone dies right in the beginning!
Carl M (it) wrote: The Second Coming is upon us! Jesus Christ has returned to save the lesbians of Ottawa from an evil vampire cult using his powerful kung fu punch in JESUS CHRIST VAMPIRE HUNTER! This cult-classic from Canada mixes martial arts action with outrageous religious humor and all the cheese one could ever hope for in a bad B-movie of its kind. After kicking off to a great start, the novelty of the film quickly wears off due to the disastrous pacing, especially during the agonizing music numbers and extended fight scenes that continue on way past their welcome. Lee Demarbre and Ian Driscoll bring some inspired moments to the script and screen that produce genuine laughs, but the film is so deeply rooted in its cult aesthetic that it looses touch with outside audiences and becomes just as tedious to watch as many of the films it lampoons. There is always the simple pleasure of watching Jesus Christ impale one lesbian vampire after another in between flying dragon kicks, however. The cult crowds cannot afford to miss this crazy kung fu comedy, so let the power of Christ impale you!
Kyle G (fr) wrote: Nothing like the book!
Juan C (ru) wrote: A Stephen Chow farce of all things supernatural as he wanders around a haunted apartment complex. It is always hard to balance both the scary nature of horror and the visual gags of slapstick comedy. This is perhaps his most divergent film in concept and that is perhaps the only interesting aspect of the film.Unfortunately the creativity is not present and the humour lacks required timing. It is not helped with a script that is extremely piece meal and struggles to build to anything remotely climatic.The false teeth gag is probably the high point, and at best that left smiles rather that pure amusement. A certain misfire, and not really an inspired one.
Scott F (br) wrote: A lot of fun. Classic Mel & Goldie.
Jo E (ag) wrote: Saw it on BBC player. High expectations because of the cast; started well, then degenerated, holding my attention about as well as an average TV show. So NOT a film worthy of the director or actors. Was it the script? Or was it the director? Or was it them? If you have time to spare and are VERY bored, then maybe watch it. But there are funnier / darker / sadder pieces on marital and social conflict, so I'd go to a TV show rather than this, I'm sorry to say, despite the stellar cast.
David G (ca) wrote: A dark, poetic and twisted story about a boy and his vampire. A truely great Holywood remake that does it absolutely right.
Greg W (au) wrote: well crafted and executed What amazes is that at just 26, Soderbergh displays the three qualities associated with mature filmmakers: a unique authorial voice, a spooky camera assurance, and the easy control of ensemble acting.