That Obscure Object of Desire

That Obscure Object of Desire

Set in Spain and France against the backdrop of a terrorist insurgency, the film tells the story of an aging Frenchman who falls in love with a young woman who repeatedly frustrates his romantic and sexual desires.

Just after boarding a train, much to the surprise of his fellow passengers, a man pours a bucket of water over a young girl on the platform. Over the next few hours he explains (and we see ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Heather M (de) wrote: This sequel should have been marketed as Flicka with a small side of angsty teenage love. The story is just as family friendly and easy to watch as the first movie and if you are a fan of carbon copy movies this is the sequel for you.

Andromeda Y (kr) wrote: Fortunately this is not the usual Hollywood type action thriller or romantic story with a happy ending. A desperate journey into loneliness and self destruction, discarding all worldy possessions, refusing to love or be loved, lost in a place like Kazakhstan (new vs old, environment destroyed, etc.), are interesting motifs, even though there are moments of cliches.

Tatum G (nl) wrote: The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey to me is the most accurate out of the three movies to the book it is based on, The Hobbit. It is a fantasy/adventure story including fictional creatures and intriguing magic. Three main characters of the story are Bilbo Baggins, played by Martin Freeman, Gandalf, played by Ian McKellen, and Thorin Oakenshield, played by Richard Armitage. I think that each actor in the movie portrayed their character very well, and there was nothing wrong with their acting in my opinion. The portrayal of the characters was true to the visual I had of each of the characters while reading the book. An Unexpected Journey is mostly about the root of the adventure in the book. Gandalf approaches Bilbo Baggins in hope that he will convince him to join him on an adventure, and invites an "unexpected party" to his house in order to talk business and meet Bilbo. The scenes in which this happened were very accurate, and Bilbo's reactions were spot on. You could tell that Bilbo had no interest in adventure, and how his opinions developed and changed. The costumes and music featured in the movie were very unique. I think that Gandalf was the best portrayed when it comes to wardrobe, because his hat, robe, and walking stick were all included. His image was exactly as I pictured it, including his facial features and beard. The only character that confused me was Bilbo. The book makes you imagine him as large at the beginning because of the amount he eats and how dedicated he is to his meals. I imagined him as larger or shorter than Martin Freeman was in the movie. The music was very good. The creatures sang songs and moved as they were written, such as the scene where the dwarves organized the dishes. Also, the landscape and buildings were beautiful, and they were so accurate to how magical the world made written to be. I think An Unexpected Journey was most true to the book, The Hobbit, and showed the beginning of the journey very well. Each actor portrayed their character well, and the wardrobe/directions were accurate. The movie was very close to the visual I had before viewing it, and I would watch it again.

ZeldaGiygasLord 6 (kr) wrote: Yay! A documentary all about a single, solitary type font! Aren't you just thrilled? Isn't it so interesting to watch a movie about the most generic, boring text on the face of the planet?Oh, wait, no, it isn't. It's boring and pointless.

Christine K (mx) wrote: LOVED IT! Absolute freak show. One of my top 10!

Karen M (nl) wrote: Everyone should see this documentary, it really makes you question the validity of recent elections and how we need to fix democracy in the US before attempting to impose it on other countries.

SAX (de) wrote: I feel sick... i want the last 80 mins of my life back... Director Ti West i wish i'd never ever had the mis-fortune of watching this absolutely appalling crock of s**t!!!The beyond no budget was vaguely amusing for like the first minute, the grainy... awful picture and cra**y sound do not help either!I'm sure the director would try to defend himself by saying this was all as it was meant to be... OMG!!!This is SO bad... its TOO bad to be dreadful!

t w (it) wrote: God damn you French Stewart

Alex S (au) wrote: Good action packed thriller

Justin T (nl) wrote: As awfull as this movie is, i like and own it. If turned into a video game it would make millions. Nuff said. Im writing this review from the Quarterdeck, FRD.

Tuomas R (us) wrote: Seagalin paras leffa heti Under Seigen jlkeen!

Zack B (kr) wrote: Highly underrated western flick that may be one of the best Charles Bronson westerns with him as the first billing. Enjoyable film that also works as somewhat of a mystery. Nice supporting job by career supporting actor Ben Johnson.

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Cal V (gb) wrote: I usually love Todd Solonz, but this was pointless, depressing, and devoid of any kind of entertainment value. The only interesting part was finding out what happened to Dawn Weiner, but that wasn't even believeable.