The Blue Black Hussar
From Sunrise Pictures, the long awaited Adam Ant documentary film, directed by Jack Bond. Featuring Charlotte Rampling, Mark Ronson, Jamie Reynolds, Allen Jones, John Robb.
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Telvin S (ru) wrote: Sab ki aati nahi meri jaati nahi..Tiger makes a smashing debut with Kriti. A good movie! Not to be missed!
Lena B (kr) wrote: A fun psycological thriller where every scene is more intense then the last. What this movie lacks in maturity and artisen skill it makes up for in entertainment and its easiness to relate to. Very easy to watch with distractions, but might not leave you wanting for more when the movie ends.
Eliabeth R (ca) wrote: Bonita historia de disney acerca de la popularidad en los liceos de estados unidos, se puede ver
Marcos L (us) wrote: A nice movie to watch with mom. Story line is beautiful as relationships get reestablished throughout the movie but enough situations to have you wanting more out of the characters that later on catch on. This movie speaks love.
Ryan S (gb) wrote: Awful movie, very little good about it. The plot was a decent idea, but it wasn't executed properly and really it has a lot of holes in it. I mean... how do seven people just completely forget their childhoods? Doesn't seem plausible. The cast was okay, for a movie like this, but the acting itself was pretty awful and, I assume this was just something to do with the version I watched, but all the deaths scenes were practically cut out. It would show the beginning and then skip through and not show the actual death, so that was very irritating and took away from the film, but that still wasn't the only thing that made this just a bad movie overall.
David L (ru) wrote: I was brought up on this video game so it's an automatic thumbs up from me as I've dedicated hours of my life to this. Angelina Jolie looks exactly the part in this role, and it's almost as if the computer game was designed around her as opposed to her being selected to imitate Lara Croft. Many of the traits have been mirrored in this movie, including the famous Croft Manor, with various locations and hidden rooms, as well as the several world locations that are visited, and not forgetting the Egyptian statues that you just know are going to come to life once the treasure has been collected. In fact about the only thing that wasn't apparent from my playing days was the number of times Lara actually died due to my inability to control her, plus the several times I made her jump in order to hear that weird groan of ecstasy that she performed - very Sharapova like. I suspect that wasn't included in order to keep this rating at a family viewing acceptability. There was a good level of action towards the beginning and middle of this film, but that kind of petered out into what was a very anticlimactic ending with a villain that wasn't of a memorable nature. I also didn't really see the point in Daniel Craig's character, other than to confuse people into thinking you were watching a poor mans James Bond film. One of the key features of the game was that Lara was a unique archaeologist that worked and travelled alone against similar minded people, therefore why the film was overloaded with several characters irrelevant to the storyline I don't know. It would have been better if there were more focus on her, and greater 1:1 encounters with temple beasts and animals. I have to admit, every time I see this film, it does make me want to play the game again, so in that respect, it's a success. Other than that, it's just another decent action film, but if you're not a fan of the console character, you probably won't be missing much in passing it by.
Robbie N (au) wrote: A movie that is worth watching solely on the antics of Jim Carey, as all other performances seem to wither in comparison. The general idea of the movie is pretty ordinary, but at most should be applauded for it's originality, though not to say that the movie isn't entertaining. It's entertaining for the most part, but for a movie that seems to focus on the sole point of making the audience laugh, the end result is quite the disappointment. I suppose you could watch it for a brainless hour and a half to chuckle a bit, but why you'd choose this movie is beyond me. It's one of Jim Carey's most flamboyant and energetic performances, and has a family friendly seal on it, but fails to sustain anything that is absolutely hilarious, which is a failure for a movie that is reliant purely on it's laugh ratio.
Julien B (fr) wrote: Un pur Gaspar No. Coinc n'importe o entre l'enfer et la folie. Un trs puissant rappel que cette vie est insense, et que de se forcer y donner un sens rationnel c'est abandonner petit petit sa rectitude.En deux mots: esthtique et fou. ? voir, absolument. 4.
Alex A (br) wrote: Hmm...That was different. In a mostly good way of course. Can't say I was entirely blown away to be honest. The SLO-MO effect sequences are gorgeous, that's for sure, Urban gives a badass portrayal as Dredd, it's to-the-point and relentless, and absorbingly gritty. Ultimately it feels like a simple gory shoot-em-up dressed up in its visuals and aesthetics. I liked it, didn't love it, basically. Don't look for deep character development here, or a deep story, that's not the purpose of this film. Just have fun watching Dredd kick ass. I repeat, I didn't love it, but I'll say this: the skyscraper setting(Mama's compound), futuristic time frame, and Dredd, is like a combination of Robocop, Die Hard and The Raid. If that's not enough of a recommendation I don't know what is.
Daryl G (br) wrote: Really cheesy, family fare.
Daryl (de) wrote: theres nothing funny about Barbra Streisand
John L (de) wrote: Not too bad. An interesting premise for a film of this time. However, it appears that Flixster has the wrong premise listed here so disregard that.