Erudite manservant Jeeves hopes to keep his frivolous employer Bertie out of new harrowing adventures, but a damsel in distress, carrying half of some mysterious plans, intrudes on their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Audun H (au) wrote: E d muligt laga ein s drlige film?! Full av faktafeil, drlige skuespelere, elendige sminke og verst av alt: Du lage faen ikje film om Michael Jackson uden ha med ein einaste av sangane hans!!! Einaste + e at de har ftt med de viktigste hendelsane i livet hans fra 18ring og fram t idag - men still.... Eg har ikje ord
Jonathan B (au) wrote: Ron Fricke has been involved in a number of these visuals driven documentaries and they are all truly beautiful to look at and have a thought provoking effect on the viewer. Chronos suffers from having better forays into this field before and after it (in the guises of Koyaanisqatsi and Baraka) but it still makes for a diverting interesting experience. It is rather short (at a little over 40 minutes) but this means that the scenes remain fresh and there is less of a feeling of repetitiveness that some of the other movies can have. There is an interesting score, very different in style to Fricke's other movies, which adds to the imagery which here, seems mostly concerned with civilisation. One slight disappointment is the appearance of a number of scenes that make use of the same locations and cinema techniques as Koyaanisqatsi which feels unnecessary and slightly jarring to the flow of the narrative which otherwise has a unique flavour. I especially enjoyed the sequences filmed on and around Mont St. Michel and the hight speed boat trips around Paris and Venice. Although, in my opinion, not the best of Fricke's work, Chronos is different enough to make it interesting and, in common with his other films, is a real gem to look at.
Erik D (ru) wrote: One of the best prison movies out there. I like the use of silent shots, it's what the likes of Eastwood and McQueen did best.
Bjorn O (nl) wrote: Barnskrckventyr, fina frger och fullt s.
Joseph D (jp) wrote: Not a good movie, but its fun and has its funny moments.
Joe P (fr) wrote: Not one of Woody's best, but this is one of the most genuinely pleasant movies I've ever seen. Nostalgic and mostly light, there are still one or two moments and lines that really get me. The last line in particular can get the waterworks going if you're caught off-guard.
Borhan K (au) wrote: Ninja II: Shadow of a Tear is the second installment of the Ninja movies that has what i would like to think JCVD love child Scott Adkins. This story revolves around the murder of his pregnant wife buy a drug lord and his vengeance adventure to bring the murder to justice.Personally i prefer the Undisputed series that Scott has done over this. Although i will have to watch the first part that would give me a stronger base.The strange thing about this was in the start of the film his wife has a craving due to her being pregnant and the craving was weird it was Chocolate and Seaweed go figure that one.This is what i needed for a Sunday night some pointless non thinking ass kicking movie.Not for the kiddies at all.Morale of the story do not underestimate a man that has lost his wife because she was murdered he will come and find you and kick your ass :PIf your a fan off Scott Adkins and movies like JVCD did in his early days you will enjoy this.