At a dusty crossroads in the Soviet Union villagers surrender their possessions - a horse, a samovar, a goat - to the state. The train which takes them away brings to the village a physically and mentally handicapped woman, barely able to speak. She makes herself bracelets of burrs and studies herself in a cracked and cloudy mirror. Befriended by very few, teased and tormented by many she seeks protection at a huge portrait of Stalin. "by: rosej-1" . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gina W (ru) wrote: A silent film, beautifully photographed, in a Snow White type of drama with the wicked stepmother, redemption, etc. It is set in Spain in the 1920s.
(es) wrote: A unique perspective on law and order in rural Albania. Unfortunately, this movie was quite boring and could have easily been 30 minutes shorter.
Antonio R (ca) wrote: This is not a great movie. But as a guy straggling along at the end of a French Literature PhD program, who spent five years teaching SAT/GRE/GMAT/MCAT/DAT for Kaplan Test Prep, and who has, for the last year and a half, been the question-writer and MC at my own university's graduate student union bar trivia, I have to say that this film filled a huge pop-culture void that I didn't even know was there. The teams that are really devoted to my Trivia Night come every week, no matter what the state of their doctoral/master's work is, and I see that for them, as for me, the very triviality of what we're doing makes it take on greater importance, because this one night a week the people can just get loaded and match nerdy wits instead of banging their brains out against computer screens. And of course it gives us all an excuse to get out of the house and be together, which is really the point. I think that in time this film will be a cult classic, despite its many hackneyed aspects, because Bar Trivia is a cult - if you're not a part of it, you just wouldn't understand. This movie will be to "trivialists" (a kickass neologism coined by the film's characters) what Vision Quest is to wrestlers. Mark my words.
Charlie a (ru) wrote: As a case study for my media I had to watch this and yes I said urghhhh! but as I started to watch it,it became the devil yet genius at the same time , deffinatly recommend ~
John A (jp) wrote: Thier Is No Point In This Follow Up To The 2000 Film Road Trip. This Still Has Some Good Laughs Though
Jessamyn H (kr) wrote: Accomplishes something wonderful at points: it translates complicated ideas into pure images. But the characters are flimsy, which prevented me from suspending my disbelief.
Billy L (ag) wrote: really like this movie
Eliabeth D (br) wrote: I heart Joshua Jackson and Jamie King.
ROMI A (es) wrote: very nice movie i like it
Sanford R (nl) wrote: Still pretty entertaining
cj o (kr) wrote: Weird Al is the kind of guy who can get away with turning a live-action film into an episode of Family Guy without an excessive use of vulgarity.
Jason A (br) wrote: 'Red Scorpion' is one of the weakest efforts from Dolph Lundgren in the first phase of his career (roughly defined as from 'Rocky IV' to 'Joshua Tree'). I personally felt the story behind the making of this film was more interesting than the plot itself; however, 'Red Scorpion' can be viewed without all the political implications and messages the producer and the South African regime that funded it intended in the form of a brainless action film. I can say that the primary enjoyment only comes from seeing Dolph kick some ass, and all the explosions and mayhem that comes with it. The director, Joseph Zito (who also helmed the equally over-the-top Chuck Norris vehicle Invasion U.S.A.) doesn't disappoint, and he keeps Dolph blowin' shiznit up real good the entire film. M. Emmet Walsh was just really annoying as the ultra liberal reporter stereotype, and the only other costars who are tolerable in this are Brion James and the bushman who takes Dolph under his wing. The film drags a lot, and the most annoying aspect of the film, in my opinion, was the overuse of Little Richard's music. I swear, every time there was an action set piece, they would play that crap, and it didn't really fit at all. I demand a rescore.I have to say that this is good Dolph, but in comparison with something of the caliber of 'I Come in Peace,' 'the Punisher' or Showdown in Little Tokyo- dare I say it, even Masters of the Universe?-, it falls far short in the first phase of the Dolph cannon. Yeah, he still delivers here- he's a big, towering dude beating up bad guys, shooting big guns at commies, drunkenly singing the Soviet national anthem and beating up little pansies in a bar, showing off his muscles, hunting warthogs, and blowing a whole shitload up. What more do you really need if it's Dolph?If you want brainless action, you may enjoy this. If you want Dolph, he's done better. But this is still an interesting film to watch if you can't get ahold of 'Joshua Tree' or 'Showdown.'
Robert S (ru) wrote: This movie was comically funny and was better than the last one to come out.
Matt W (mx) wrote: Shockingly awful horror film directed with no sense at all. Why continually go for your MTV musical stab jump cut to ... nothing? Why do it once? Why do it EVERY FIVE MINUTES?! There was a good film in here somewhere, but it's lost by a director who shouldn't be making horror films and seems better suited to a few music videos. Two stars for the idea only.
Dillon L (gb) wrote: a good solid western a bit slow in parts