In a surreal, parallel universe, Thessaloniki has its very own superhero: Super Demetrios. Posing as Dimitris Christoforidis, journalist for the Golden Jerusalem magazine, he fights for truth, justice and the Greco-Christian ideal. In the dark of the night, the city's worst nightmare returns. Captain F.ROM is back, determined to meet his long-awaited goal: claiming his true name. A name he's entitled to. A name that becomes him. The two protagonists are drawn into a conflict that toys with the viewer's patience until the very climax of the film, in an archetypal battle between good and evil.
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Grant S (it) wrote: Mildly interesting biopic on a French singer-songwriter who was apparently famous (probably only in France). More energetic and original than most biopics, it overdoes the imagery. The monster that flits in and out of scenes, representing Gainsbourg's dark side, I guess, is irritating from its first appearance and gets more irritating the more it appears.Cutting out the imagery and some of the more unnecessary scenes would have created a tight, fast-paced, and much more interesting movie. The ending was rather abrupt and unsatisfying too.Great performance by Eric Elmosnino in the lead role. Like Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean, I think he modeled his performance on Keith Richards' mannerisms. Good support from a cast which includes Laetitia Casta (as Brigette Bardot) and Lucy Gordon.
Liliana C (jp) wrote: "Entre nos" is the real life story of Mariana, an immigrant from Colombia who was abandoned abruptly by her husband in NY few weeks after arriving. Left with two kids, Mariana neither spoke English, nor had any means to make ends meet. Living as homeless in NY, she resourcefully was able to overcome adversity, and eventually send her two kids to college. Their daily struggles are told so beautifully in the film, that the viewer can not, but empathize with each member of the family. Marianas daughter co-direct the film and play the role of her mother. I highly recommend Entre Nos.
Sankarson B (kr) wrote: The title is not the only thing oddball about this movie. There's some hilarious deadpan humour, a few directorial twists and some gentle social commnent wrapped up in this tale of a singing competition in New Jersey. A hugely enjoyable watch.
Victor F (gb) wrote: Pretty good j-horror movie. Interesting story and good characters.
Karishma B (kr) wrote: stupid shit wasted time.
Jamie I (ag) wrote: The film Sunshine mirrors space movies like Alien and Event Horizon. When few are sent on a mission through space of great importance it is probable that most or all will die. Sunshine begins: "Our sun is dying. Mankind faces extinction." The second Icarus mission is sent from Earth with a payload to deliver smack into the sun. Think of giant jumper cables to ignite the dying star. Earth is a frozen tundra. A giant sun shield protects Icarus from (even though it is nearing death) the still immense heat of the sun. Ship psychiatrist Searle spends time on the observation deck looking at the sun. Need any more reasons why this movie is bad ass? Time in space tends to bring out the crazy in some. That's where things go awry for Icarus and her crew. I won't spoil it for you.
Byron B (ca) wrote: Willem Dafoe narrates as the younger more bookish and distant son of Glen Whitehouse (Coburn). Nick Nolte is Wade Whitehouse, the older son who stays closer to his parents, but struggles to break the habits formed in him by his abusive father. Wade is not only the sheriff in his small New England town, but the snow plow driver as well. When a hunting accident seems a little fishy, you want to believe that Wade's suspicions and investigations will lead to his validation. Sissy Spacek is Margie, Wade's girlfriend. She is supportive as he is reminded of his father's abusive ways. However, Wade has a sore tooth afflicting him, which irritates him to the point of driving Margie away, alienating his boss, and striking back at his father in a big way. It is not a happy story, but it contains an important theme about how men deal with overcoming abusive relationships with their dads.
Henry B (it) wrote: Mildly entertaining.
Troy A (br) wrote: Seagal cleaning up the streets of Brooklyn, and kicking a lot of ass. The scene with the pool ball in a towl at a bar is awesome. William Forsythe is a maniac. Gina Gershon is pretty hot in this one.
frederator d (mx) wrote: While most of its problems can be blamed on Renny Harlin, like the poor direction and lack of drama, but really its due to it's comedic side and how the first and third (F YOU SECOND) movies made me feel so mortifyiedand horryfied! I Mean Freddy Krueger in glasses for shame!
Brad W (us) wrote: Good character! Very funny!
Carlos R (ag) wrote: Exhilarating, well acted, and a great premise. Final Destination is an over the top dumb fun thrill ride that offers some maturity aside from all the silly gory deaths.
Greg S (kr) wrote: One of the first films to deal with the Holocaust. Steiger turns in a strong, haunting performance. Depicts a painful character study, mirrored on a backdrop of the 60's inner city. I can see why this was recently added to the National Film Registry.