Six year old Johan, a.k.a. Fimpen, loves football. One day his talents are discovered. It doesn't take long before Fimpen gets to travel around with the national team. Fimpen becomes an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Six year old Johan, a.k.a. Fimpen, loves football. One day his talents are discovered. It doesn't take long before Fimpen gets to travel around with the national team. Fimpen becomes an ...
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Robert H (es) wrote: Metalhead is a wonderful film about the effects of heavy metal music on cows. Okay, it's not that at all but it is a wonderful film and the combination of heavy metal music and dairy cows does lend itself to some humourous moments in this tale of a family trying to cope with a death in the family. Young Hera, having a hard time coping with the loss of her brother, turns to something he enjoyed a lot... heavy metal music. Mom and dad? Well, they're having their own difficulties both personally and relationship wise. And while Hera finds solice in her music and teen shenanigans of a destructive nature, they can only seem to distance themselves further and further from their previously loving family.Metalhead is a beautiful telling of this family's attempts at coping and it all revolves around Hera and her metal. It just goes to show how heavy metal is not only the destroyer of worlds but the builder of bridges as well... or in this case, churches.Highly recommended if you ever get the chance to see it. It's got heart, love, hate, pain, laughter, meaning, but above all else... it has metal.
DA Z (au) wrote: Out in the Dark is easily the most politically important film on my list, and it is with good reason. This Israeli romance film depicts the cultural boundaries of Israeli-Palestinian laws, such as their anti-gay laws and the corrupt ways in which they murder gay men in the Middle East. We first meet Nimr, a Palestinian student studying psychology and attempting to legally acquire a visa to attend a university in Israel. One night, Nimr escapes to a gay bar where he meets a seductive Israeli lawyer named Roy. They spend the night talking, exchange numbers, and are eventually able to meet again after Nimr acquires his student visa. The Middle East feels like a haunting character all its own due to its violent, homicidal laws and hate-groups against gay men. It is for this reason that Nimr and Roy proceed with discretion and cautiousness as they fall deeper and deeper in love. It is not long before outside forces surge against them, and the two fight for what they believe they deserve to the very end. It is passion, painful, and at utmost a noble film. The political standpoints portrayed in the film are frustrating and angering, allowing one to appreciate the freedom we have in retrospect.
Juliana R (ca) wrote: Considering the low budget production and hilarious special effects, this is actually an entertaining movie. The plot gets funkier as it progresses. I regret nothing.
Andy P (fr) wrote: this movie is really boring
Seraph (mx) wrote: Mediocre plot, but has a nice moral ending.
E L (br) wrote: You know what? I didn't mind this one. Coming out of nowhere, and special effects heavy and thin on plot, but enjoyable flick nonetheless. Still, what's with tanning a Brit actor several shades darker to look Middle-Eastern?
Paschal R (nl) wrote: Trs dcevant. Sans la prsence de Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, j'aurais cot ce film 1 toile ! Le ralisateur met un accent exagr sur ce vhicule trois roues invisible sur nos routes qubcoises. Fin drastique et poche.
Lee D (ru) wrote: Interesting thesis. Cage must like magic stuff: here's another one. Wooden performance by Juliann Moore. Pretty S. Johanson-ish love interest. Wretched music.
Stuart R (gb) wrote: Another film that is basically the same as the other 2 but with a stupid ending
Michael T (mx) wrote: A excellent look at the Porn Film that took America by storm and the Politicians that tried to silence it by any means necessary.
Ryan S (es) wrote: Better than the original in almost every way, but still not very good.
Corey W (es) wrote: not well made. could have done more with a fascinating topic.
Kaitlin B (de) wrote: I think I saw a somewhat cleaner version...
Daniel S (jp) wrote: One of my all time favorite slashes of the 90's, mainly because when I was a teenager, Rebecca Gayheart and Alicia Witt were mainstays of what I considered "good looking" It doesn't hold up well, but it's fun, and above average!
Doug H (br) wrote: Saw George Wallace back in the late 90's and just recently found it at a video store. While it would be easy to show Wallace as strictly a monster, director John Frankenhiem fleshes him out into a multi-dimensional character, human character. Was Wallace a racist or just an opportunisty (which would be worse). The film lets the audience decide for themselves.
Sinem S (au) wrote: I actually was on the crew of this film and it is why I changed careers. I found out the hard way that it isn't how good you are at what you do that gets you a job in Hollywood but it is who you know or who you sleep with or both. More than half the crew was related to the director. Thus the poor translation of a play to film. It could have been much better with a whole different crew (and director) who were chosen for their quality rather than price. I am sure Hoffman agrees with me.
Andrew K (de) wrote: Far more plodding than the original and with less originality, Saw 2 generates the proper opportunities for a good sequel and then squanders them. It's twist ending reveals being the only truly exceptional moments.