Based on the 1891 play "Spring Awakening," this filmed stage drama examines the tensions and confusion of young people as their growing sexual awareness conflicts with the repressive social... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Awakening of Spring
Based on the 1891 play "Spring Awakening," this filmed stage drama examines the tensions and confusion of young people as their growing sexual awareness conflicts with the repressive social...
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Thomas D (br) wrote: In preparation for the upcoming Batman V Superman film, I've decided to revisit a few of each of the heroes' feature films, especially those where they come in direct conflict with one another.With the first part of The Dark Knight Returns being as good as it is, it almost seems unfathomable to think it could be topped by part 2, but for the most part, it is. Part 2 is even more packed than part 1 with more prominent roles given to Joker, Commissioner Yindel, Oliver Queen, and of course, Superman. It's a fast paced and brutally graphic take on the Dark Knight's last stand in a Gotham City that is just about at the brink of decimation.Batman and Robin's plan to turn the mutant followers into "sons of Batman" was working quite well and Batman seemed to have the upper-hand on the city, that is until Joker came out of a little retirement of his own. Michael Emerson's voice performance as the incredibly creepy Joker works very well alongside Peter Weller's Batman, especially in the tunnel of love sequence. Joker's killing of over 200 people at the talk show was terrifying, but there's something about the entirety of the tunnel of love scene that really stood out even more to me. Murdering people after murdering people and forcing Batman into a no win situation seemed to be the best possible way to conclude these two guys arcs after so many years tearing each other apart.Same goes for the way they handle the Superman and Batman material. Yes, Superman does seem a lot like a boy scout for the president, but the reasons given seemed to make sense. I bought into the fact that that's what Superman would do after global tragedies and during a nuclear crisis. Which brings up the one complaint I have about this film, the nuclear crisis and inclusion of the Corto Maltese side arc. An hour and 15 minutes for each of these two parts is fitting, but I hardly believe the inclusion of a global crisis was needed for a Batman story. Everything else in this Frank Miller story, is absolutely brilliant.Seeing Batman result to beating the crap out of cops and Superman virtually killing for the government in war was an interesting and ground breaking way to tell the story. It opened the door for comic books to become something more than just guilty pleasure readings and into something that can appeal and apply to people of all ages. Christopher Drake's incredible score once again kicks in at the right moments including the legendary Batman/Superman fight. The whole film is fast paced, but the last 30 minutes is some of the best direction I have ever seen in an animated film to date. The first time I saw the film I didn't know what to expect in the end and every left turn made was just as shockingly amazing as the last. The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 is quite simply one of the greatest superhero films of all time.+Epic scope+Batman/Superman fight & dynamic+Score+Last 30 minutes+Oliver Queen's inclusion+Brutally graphic-Corto Maltese side arc with nuclear crisis wasn't entirely necessary10/10
Wayne K (ru) wrote: Funny movie! Just shut the brain off and enjoy! The portrayal of life/people in that area is perfect! (example: Tron loves rap but switches to country when he's around the dickheads he works with)
Joshua W (au) wrote: rather depressing all around.. however really well acted by all parties
Giia W (mx) wrote: positively and weirdly juicy and boggling - what is there not to love about squeaky skirts and banging the buckets *just* the right way?? :D
Ryan P (fr) wrote: I have seen a lot of movies in my life and this is definitely one of the most unique.
Luis O (kr) wrote: I like how all the stories tie together at then end. In one way or another they all suffered from the same malice.
brendan n (us) wrote: dark and interesting film that is one of the films you'll pass a million times and dismiss. the film is quite clever at times but very slow as well. it is well cast and everyone involved has moved on to bigger and better things. the film does grab and keeps you interested up until the confrontation but if you aren't hooked by then you'll be out the door. good story and direction keeps things going but sadly for the viewers its one you'll ever love or hate so be warned
Astrid J (br) wrote: Seriously, 0 stars! This was the worst movie ever! So bad it was almost good if you get my drift. But still, so bad, 10 minutes seems like an hour when watching this. Bonus: hot 70s chicks.
Duncan C (mx) wrote: Modulates between gentle comedy and serious drama with some pretty fucking astonishing skill.
Chrisanne S (fr) wrote: This real life, people! Hard times, affection and sacrifice for someone that you care about. Nobody's perfect, but they do perfect things. More of this is good.
Lauri L (jp) wrote: John Ford uses some of his well trusted sidecast but here it's not paying off. Production is a bit clumsy when the overall balance is off - why should I care for particularly these characters remains uncertain. There are musical numbers but their meaning remains unclear. Some entertaining factors.
Brett B (ag) wrote: A fantastic, darkly whimsical film. Huston is incredibly effective, Arnold commands attention whenever he's on the screen, and Craig plays the tormented protagonist in a fashion that keeps the audience invested in his plight. Dieterle's direction is spot-on, particularly in the staging of the climactic "closing arguments" sequence. A well-made movie from the height of the studio system, this is as solid a piece of entertainment as one can find from the era.
Steph M (ag) wrote: I absolutely love this movie.
Ted W (ag) wrote: Great movie about a guy named Andrew and he got fired because he has aids and wants to sue his former bosses with his former lawyer competitor joe. Tom hanks and Denzel Washington make a good combo.
Garrick B (kr) wrote: Easily one of the greatest political documentaries ever made. Mandatory viewing for this year.