The Royal Ballet Company brings Squirrel Nutkin, Tom Thumb, Hunca Munca, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Jeremy Fisher, Pigling Bland, and Pigwig to the screen doing pirouettes and pas de deux in this filmed ballet production directed by Reginald Mills. The film more properly belongs, however, to choreographer Frederick Ashmore, composer John Lanchbery, and costume designer Rostislav Douboujinsky. This literal adaptation concerns the shy Beatrix Potter and how, when all of the toy animals in her room come to life, she emerges from her shell and begins to enjoy life. Sequences include a rowdy dance with Tom Thumb and Hunca Munca destroying a collection of plaster food, a midnight pas de deux between Pigling Bland and Pigwig, and a corps de ballet of dancing mice.
Martin G (ru) wrote: Malgr quelques longueurs et des "flashforwards" qui n'ajoute rien l'histoire principale , Free State of Jones est un trs bon drame historique avec en autre de solides performances de Matthew McConaughey et Mahershala Ali.
Mark James A (fr) wrote: I admire the proper execution but I do not find any warranty of recommendation for an anthology of horror segments that were neither interesting nor scary. The film invests more on mild humor, which doesn't feel that much of a consolation.
Carlos A (br) wrote: Powerful and heartbreaking that people are suffering at the expense of greed and the people of this country are savagely misinformed, uneducated and holding on to the most ridiculous ideals that keep us from the real issue. This needs to be screened everywhere! Everyone must campaign this issue and help save the lives of those who have been directly affected.
Toby C (au) wrote: A masterfully crafted "horror" film. "The Cabin In The Woods" spreads fresh light with never-done before originality.
Kyle B (fr) wrote: A weird turn for David Lynch being his most family friendly movie he has ever made but still a great movie in his filmography. Richard Farnsworth and Sissy Spacek are great and it is well written, has a great score, and beautiful cinematography.
Lisbeth W (fr) wrote: A most-important film about the GIs who resisted the war on Viet Nam while inside the military and in the country itself. Fragging of COs was not unusual, leaving Nixon to pull out ground troups and send major air strikes to this torn country .. A must see for all people who think they recall or have read about the resistance against this war.
Jennifer R (ca) wrote: don't believe the music it lies
Alessandro S (gb) wrote: Editing own shots with videos from the Friedman themselves, this documentary will send a chill down your spine but will also make you reflect about the elusiveness of truth. Probably one of the best documentaries you will see in your life.
Melvin W (fr) wrote: Larry Mann: Did you mention perhaps what line of industrial lubricants Jesus would have endorsed?"Every sale begins with a smile."The Big Kahuna is one of those one room, all dialogue movies. If you can't take a lot of conversation in movies, this is definitely not for you. That's all it is. Three guys in a hospitality room at a hotel talking. They are salesmen for industrial lubricants and they are having a convention in which they will try to land a big time client.Two of the three are veterans, the third is a young newbie to the scene. The young one is also a religious man who let's his views on Jesus show more than his views on salesmanship. There's no real plot to be seen in The Big Kahuna. There's ideas and there's a lot of good dialogue, but not real plot. That isn't necessarily a bad thing either. I like movies like this as long as they can find a way to be entertaining.I liked The Big Kahuna enough. Kevin Spacey is terrific in roles like this where he can talk a lot and on occasion scream. He's definitely the selling point for the whole film. Add Danny Devito to the mix and everything gets a little more interesting, even though there's not that much going on that I'd consider interesting.
alexandra r (kr) wrote: My favorit movie when i was a kid.
Hunter R (us) wrote: Holy hell was this annoying...
Tey Z (nl) wrote: Where was this film my whole life?! Literally the most underrated film ever. Fuck E.T! Jeff Bridges gave a powerhouse performance. The film is shot beyond beautifully and that goddamn score! One of the greatest sci-fi films of all time.
Christopher S (ag) wrote: Strong addiction melodrama headlined by James Mason at his very best. But despite the earnest performances, smart script, and Nicholas Ray's terse direction, I didn't quite find it memorable enough to be the masterpiece so many have called it. A good film, but I personally don't think a great one.
Gabriel C (ca) wrote: With its cheap animation,a selfish protagonist, boring side characters and forced, unfunny jokes, The Nut Job is a movie that will only please kids who love to watch animals do stupid things.