Summer of '04

Summer of '04

At 40, Miriam radiates serene beauty and tranquility, a confidence and self-assurance as vast as the sea close to her summer home. There are no taboos in the polished, urbane life she ...

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Summer of '04 torrent reviews

Lucia C (us) wrote: Una stellina solo perch Raoul Bova un l'amore della mia infanzia. Come non ricordarlo quando esce dall'acqua in uno dei suoi primi film? (un sondaggio approfondito tra le donne testimonia che TUTTE ricordiamo anche la cononna sonora del momento). Tutto qui. Per il resto la Quattrociocche recita da cani, assolutamente non credibile. E la storia si regge inpiedi solo perch puntata con quattrospilli - concedetemi la battuta. Cosa aspettarsi del resto da Moccia???? Bocciato!

Jordan G (de) wrote: How bad can you make a movie??? This remake of the decent remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, chooses to give us lesbian porn, instead of character development, suspense, or even the story it's based on! It also looks like it was filmed on a seven dollar used camera! And it most definitely, is one of my least favorite movies of all time! F-

Lawrence L (fr) wrote: Low action but definitely high tension military movie. One of the best movies in 2016.

(us) wrote: It was awesome! and disturbing but mostly awesome.

Jeff N (ag) wrote: Just because I am not a Christian doesn't mean that I can't recognize the good moral lessons that religions, like Christianity, teach. In fact, I have been a huge fan of the Veggie Tales cartoons since their inception. My kids are too! So when the long, long, long-awaited Jonah: A Veggie Tales Movie was finally released, needless to say, we were first in line. The humor, music and downright magical way Big Idea Productions pulls off such fables while remaining entertaining to both adults (even non-religious ones, like me) and children, asstounds me. It always has. Veggie Tales has become a marketing phenomenon with a myriad of toys, games, videos, CDs, etc. Can Big Idea succeed in the movie industry as well with a Christian-based cartoon? As much as I love these guys, I'm afraid not.I was really excited about seeing this movie, believe it or not. I looked forward to reviewing it as well. I seriously point to the Veggie Tales series as an example that I, a non-religious person, can appreciate a well-told story and entertaining cast, even if they are religion-based. To top it off, my kids have always loved them and learned a lot through them. It was only fitting that we patronize the theater in support of this feature film. With popcorn and soda in-hand, we sat down for the relatively short 1:23 production. Animation-wise, it's just as clever as ever. the 3-D computer animated food characters are superb. The comedy is rich, the characters are cute and the meaning is memorable. However, stretching out the story of Jonah and the whale into a feature-length film was entirely too much for this Veggie Tales fan to handle.I knew something was wrong when my 2 year-old, notorious for staring at the television and reciting the dialogue in several cartoons word-for-word (you think we let him watch too much TV?), started getting bored. Yes sir, Big Idea's big idea to move to the big screen was a mistake. Nothing about Jonah was spectacular enough to warrant big screen treatment. In fact, I wonder if Jonah's constant release postponement was due to the fact that executives struggled with whether or not to release it in the theaters, an untested market, versus home video, an already proven market for Big Idea, for such a mild, lackluster feature.If you know the story of Jonah and the whale and are Veggie Tales fans, I still urge you to wait until home video. Save your popcorn and soda budget for something less expensive, like college tuition. I predict Jonah will make its paltry $14 budget back, and then some, considering how full the theater was this weekend. But I predict massive drop-off next week, resulting in most of its money coming from the home video market, where it should have been in the first place. Nice try Big Idea, but Jonah wasn't much of a GOOD idea.

Francis T (de) wrote: Bon film ou l'action se fait dans le dialecte verbal. Roles bien joues par Kassovitz, Tukur et Muhe. Histoire horrible de l'Eglise et l'ignorance envers ce massacre contre les non-chretiens. Type d'ignorance qui peut etre compare aux grands pays versus les genocides Africains. Bon film avec un semblant de documentaire.

Stig H (it) wrote: Nothing special, but Day-Lewis' performance saves the day.

Michael K (br) wrote: Legend Of The Mummy 2 is... zzzzzz... Sorry I fell asleep there for a minute. Anyway, in short: a dull poorly paced, tame film. Don't bother.

Josip S (nl) wrote: I think that no one's novels are more deserving of a film treatment than Jim Thompson's. This moody piece is great and features Jason Patric at his best - it's my favourite performance by him. I think making a noir film in the southwestern desert, and during the day, is an amazing accomplishment - especially if it rivals the gritty LA/NY noirs of old. Narrative above all! Bruce Dern is good too as a shifty scuzzbucket. A great hidden gem.

Per P (au) wrote: Amsterdamned poor movie.

Stefano L (it) wrote: I usually don't like this kind of movie, all nature and thinking. I find them too much idealistic and dreamy, but this one really hit me. I watched for an exam (discovering then it was singed as "Want to see it" here on flixster). The first minutes with the scenes of the snowed mountains of the North America are stunningly good, and the finals 20 minutes are amazing as well.Really a nice film, nothing more to say.

David K (br) wrote: permesso?..avanti! Great to see Jack Lemmon.

Kevin M W (us) wrote: An hour and a half of smiling!

Ryan O (jp) wrote: Sadistic, and yet entertaining, Scarface showcases the American Dream that every one wants to live, it's what brings people like Tony Montana to this country. Only Tony actually had the guts to take it, and most Americans don't. Pacino does a great job in this so does Steven Bauer. "What's coming to you?""The world chico. And everything in it."

Thomas B (jp) wrote: People who wanted to see more of Malcolm should be pleased by the outcome but beyond that there's not much to like. Full review later.