Handsome Albanian villager Arben (the appealing Nik Xhelilaj, who looks set for a big international career) wants to marry Etleva, daughter of a neighboring clan, but her father has promised her to another man who is offering a 10,000 Euros bride price. But when it turns out Etleva is carrying Arben's child, the pressure is on for him to come up with the dowry before the baby is born -- and before her brothers take revenge for the dishonor he has brought their family. Fleeing to Berlin without papers, experience or knowledge of the language, Arben soon learns the ways of survival.
- Stars:Nik Xhelilaj, Amos Zaharia, Çun Lajçi, Luan Jaha, Fatime Lajci, Vasillaq Godo, Elton Lomthi, Xhejlane Terbunja, Yllka Mujo, Gulielm Radoja, Besmir Halitaj, Ledio Janushi, Bruno Shllaku, Julian Deda, Ivan Shvedoff,
- Country:Germany, Albania
- Director:Johannes Naber,
- Writer:Johannes Naber, Christoph Silber, Andeta Spahivogli, Alexander Steimle
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(gb) wrote: Very well thought of. . Surprise
(ru) wrote: wtf?? i swear this cnt be a yashraj film no where near movies like kabhi kabhie...c-r-a-p...despite music it sucks a** wt kind of shit is this???
(mx) wrote: It's hilarious, hilariously bad. I couldn't stop laughing throughout this movie. I'm not sure if they wasted the whole budget on the puppet or not, hard to say cause the puppet is horrible and the actors, story, and plot are worse. Did I mention that the director of this epic movie would later go on to direct horrible softcore porn movies like The Bare Whench Project? I think you can see where this review is going. The second worst thing is they greenlit this movie with this guy directing, oh, and the first I ask? That they let him make a sequel Munchie Strikes Back, LOL!!'
(jp) wrote: very VERY slow-paced. Too slow-paced.
(fr) wrote: "Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo" is a critter feature that offers no scares and little thrills. While the acting and sets are good, the story moves too slowly and the spiders aren't used in any creative or inventive way. We always see the tarantulas simply crawling on the ground, which isn't frightening. Spiders are frightening because they can crawl on walls, hide inside little objects and appear at any moment; by using mostly static tarantulas (which are spiders that are easily recognizable and commonly known to be harmless) the scares simply don't happen. A long portion of the introduction is wasted on the setup where we meet characters that are simply killed off a few minutes later; precious time that could have been used to develop our main characters and make us care about them. Overall the film is dull and audiences won't be scared or excited to watch it and although there are a few jokes at its expense that can be made, even as a "so bad it's good" kind of film it's not terribly entertaining. (Dvd, November 16, 2012)
(it) wrote: A sweet, charming film about a stranded WWII soldier and the nun he encounters as he?s trying to find his way off an island in the Pacific. Mitchum and Kerr worked often together but this is my favorite film with them. Kerr?s nun is perfect...just a Mitchum?s crusty, rough-around-the edges soldier is spot-on. Together, they make a great team. Filled with very subtle sexual tension, director John Huston does a good job of making sure both Mitchum and Kerr feel ?uncomfortable? around each other. Of course, nothing happens. She?s a nun, after-all.
(nl) wrote: Really, really funny film.
(br) wrote: So great. I'm really glad we could see DiCaprio and De Niro pairing up to produce one hell of a movie. The book by Tobias Wolff is an awesome real-life experience, also.
(de) wrote: 7/10really great pictures