Spawn of the North
Spawn of the North is a 1938 film about rival fishermen in Alaska starring George Raft and featuring Henry Fonda, Dorothy Lamour, and John Barrymore. The movie was directed by Henry Hathaway.
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Luke A (fr) wrote: Funny movie, lots of laugh out loud moments. good sit back comedy movie
rain r (br) wrote: Wayne Wang. I liked the softness of the film. And to see modern and old china was nice
Walter M (jp) wrote: On the eve of Sebastian(Archie Kao) and Nina(Bingbing Li) moving to New York for work, Nina receives news that Sophia(Gianna Jun), an old friend she had met as a teenager when she tutored her in Chinese, is in a coma from being hit by a car on her bicycle. Nina is surprised when told that Sophia was trying to call her shortly before her accident since they had not talked in so long. That's nothing compared to discovering the manuscript Sophia had written about a friendship between two girls in rural China in 1829. The well-produced "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan" has certain things also going for it in its rare thoughtful exploration of the friendship between two women, coupled with how China has a problematic relationship with its past, with a focus on the barbaric practice of foot binding which here is sort of fetishized. That having been said, the movie would have been much improved concentrating on just one time period, not three, instead making this feel like mainly just the highlights of a pretty good television series, complete with special guest star.
Matt B (kr) wrote: One of my favorite movies. A gut-wrenching depiction of adolescent pain. The acting is PHENOMENAL. The ending gets me teary-eyed every time.
Synth D (br) wrote: i consider this a guilty pleasure
Andy C (ca) wrote: I don't know much about Aileen Wuornos (never saw Monster), and this documentary didn't answer too many questions, but did really creep me out when you saw the depth of Wuornos' paranoia, some of which is obviously well founded, seeing how she seemed incapable of finding a sane human being to help.
Francine P (es) wrote: absolutely love this movie!!
Stefan G (es) wrote: I honestly find it hard to believe that this movie even exists, but I think I understand how this film could have been outrageous for some people. For me, it's just a slow horror movie that seems more like a test of your patience than a horror movie. The film itself looks very much like a low-budget horror, and if you look closely, the quality of the video footage seems to change often, almost as though certain scenes were shot with different cameras. None of the characters are really likeable, and though Clint Howard makes a convincing geek, his face often looks as though he was on drugs. Though the film is only 97 minutes long, it's incredibly slow, and most of the story seems like it was added just for the sake of length padding, but if you have the patience, you'll be rewarded with scenes that actually qualify as horror, and an ending that doesn't disappoint. It's still something of a daft horror movie, but I wouldn't dismiss it entirely, not when there's an army of demonic pigs to look forward to. If you're a fan of horror movies, I'd check it out. Otherwise, stay away from Evilspeak.
Hamish S (it) wrote: the first movie that I can remember seeing - cried my eyes out as a 6 year old
Anthony P (de) wrote: Great movie and great story line. June Lockart had a very small role in here but great in the tv shows of Lassie
Holly E (mx) wrote: Loved the resulting humanity of this movie between Kristen Stewart and Payman Maadi's characters. It shows that compassion can conquer all. Love it!
Lucas O (jp) wrote: This movie is exactly the same as cloverfield, like its unbelievable dumb how similar it is. The polt itself looks like it was copy pasted, something that trumps wife would do XD. Honestly not worth it