The Book Thief

The Book Thief

While subjected to the horrors of WWII Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others. Under the stairs in her home, a Jewish refuge is being sheltered by her adoptive parents.

The content of The Book Thief movie revolves around the life of a cute, orphaned little girl - Liesel. She is adopted by a German family. Liesel finds a book in the ashes of the library. Liesel became interested in this book when the content in the book brings peace to the people around it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Scott C (it) wrote: Personally, I don't find Errol Morris' style that compelling and this is a typical Errol Morris film. I didn't really learn too much more about the Bush administration or the War in Iraq than I knew before.

hunter i (de) wrote: Excellent horror movie, it was pretty scary, it has a great plot. That teacher is insane, I'll just run over that teacher, if he tries to kill me.

Paul D (ru) wrote: The story of a sadistic game of cat and mouse is flimsy at best, but the frantic energy expelled in the chase sequence which forms the dominant part of this not too long feature just about works for it.

Cassie H (kr) wrote: Funny but not funny enough to receive a 5 star review.

Fred V (jp) wrote: In 1982, the animated classic "The Secret of NIMH" was released in theatres, and brought a sense of wonder to both adults and children alike. 16 years later, the greatest insult known to animated movies was released, and 13 years after that, I have to get pissed about how unfaithful it was to the original, all the plotholes it has, the crappy dialogue, and god knows what other reasons. Do not watch this kick in the balls to the late Don Bluth UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!!!

Ariel S (fr) wrote: y un 10 a la 10000000000000 de estrellas mas

Alex K (au) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Joseph C (jp) wrote: (As a parenthetical, I only write these reviews right after, or as soon as possible, after viewing the film. I've seen this movie several times, but, just felt like writing about it tonight.)The strong third enstallment of the Hammer-Lee-Dracula collaboration -- the first two being Terence Fisher's _Horror of Dracula_ (1957) and Fisher's sequel, _Dracula: Prince of Darkness_ (1965). (Yes, I know, there was Fisher's _Brides of Dracula_, but Dracula wasn't in it!)Freddie Francis, an experienced and awarded cinematographer heads as director in _Dracula Has Risen From The Grave_, and it certainly shows. Whenever Dracula appears, the frame is surrounded by a warm, golden halo or aurora which constrasts nicely with the Count's elegantly flowing blackish cloak and his near imperturbable expressions. (It it an interesting visual metaphor for the Count's liminal metaphysical existence.) Salient is the Count's unbridled hatred and utter lack of mercy, and his insatiable lust for revenge (two traits conspicuously similar to the historical prince Dracula). More important than any historical references, are the spiritual ones, of which they're many in _Risen_. The confrontation with Dracula transforms the intelligent scholarly atheist, Paul, into a Christian (the play on the name "Paul" is not lost here). This reminds me very much of the similar spiritual conversion which occurs in _The Exorcist_, I think. Paradoxically, it is radical evil which leads one to God and his church.

Grant S (jp) wrote: OK, but disappointing. If you look at the comedic talent on show: Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Marty Feldman, Peter Cook, Cheech & Chong and Spike Milligan plus a great actor, full stop, in James Mason, and consider that this was written by Graham Chapman and Peter Cook, it should be so much better. Has some good laughs, but the humour is often weak, especially towards the end, as if they ran out of ideas. There are glimpses of the Monty Python clever wackiness that you would think Graham Chapman would bring to the script, but a Monty Python movie this is not.