Greta is a young American woman who takes a job as a nanny in a remote English village, only to discover that the family's 8-year-old is a life-sized doll that the parents care for just like a real boy, as a way to cope with the death of their actual son 20 years prior. After violating a list of strict rules, a series of disturbing and inexplicable events bring Greta's worst nightmare to life, leading her to believe that the doll is actually alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Claudia G (de) wrote: I felt bad for the poor sharks!
Sammy C (gb) wrote: I loved this movie. Find out where it is playing and go and see it. You will thank me!
Tommy L (us) wrote: First of all, I absolutely loved this movie. Lee Atwater was as fascinating as he was deplorable and the man himself made this movie worth watching. With my politic fix mostly gone after the elections this was a great view.For those less fascinated with politics and Karl Rove and such this may be much less exciting. Overall it's a good but not great documentary if you're not interested in the topic but if you are, it's amazing and enthralling.Worth a view either way but don't get your hopes up if politics doesn't tickle your fancy.
Steve R (ru) wrote: Another Netflix streaming special. I've seen parts of this before but never caught the entire film. It's my genre for sure, some good sword fighting and killing. Has some great scenery and locations and surprisingly strong cast of actors. The problem is the writing or this could have been a very special movie. Worth a watch still though for fans of The Dark Ages movies.James Purefoy from The Following, Paul Giamatti as King John, and the lovely Kate Mara. Game of Thrones fans will also recognize Charles Dance (Lord Tywin Lannister) and also Mackenzie Crook who plays Orell the Wildling Worg that Jon Snow killed at the end of season 3.
Vojta P (de) wrote: A great Czech movie after a long time.
Karen N (ca) wrote: They left out all the best stuff. Even then, it is a decent movie.
Srini V (es) wrote: This is My favourite movie, from combinations that i liked (shankar,harris jeyaraj, Vikram, ravivarman, peter heyn).
Christy S (nl) wrote: eagerly waiting.....
scott g (jp) wrote: 2 school boy layabouts get into boxing, and thats where friendship goes seperate ways, a well acted drama, some nice moments,and acting from the two leads
Shawn A (au) wrote: this movie was a great movie james brolin made it great
Harry W (au) wrote: The Spaghetti Western genre is known to be a low budget violent take on the Western film genre, and Sergio Corbucci's Django takes that as a challenge. Django takes it that one step further to the extent that you'd think it was made on a budget of $350. The shoddy english dubbing is poor so it makes the actors look bad, the cheapness commonly shows and it clearly is attempting to parallell A Fistful of Dollars, but Django is so epic that it just makes the film that much better.Although its unclear how confident a character Franco Nero is attempting to portray Django as the english dubbing was rather poor, he's still pretty iconic with his Coffin and his Chaingun to ensure Django sticks out as a spaghetti western. His performance would probably be a lot better in its original italian,The action is epic and enjoyable and considering the budget it's fairly great how far they got. It's story is fairly interesting and it constantly maintains a good intense tone. The style is strong, the cinematogtaphy is good and the titular song is iconic and worthy of an Academy Award nomination. Django is surely a prime example of the Spaghetti Western genre, and its sort of the El Mariachi of Spaghetti Westerns, due to its simple and similar story, low budget and positive focus on action. The brutality it in Django is great because of the alternating of the film between focusing on blood and merely focusing on what is factually occurring. Although this is inconsistent, it makes Django fun to watch without excess of blood.Django is really a landmark for spaghetti westerns due to its high level of violence, devotion to script and symbolism. There is really a lot of effort put into play in Django, and so it's easy to see how it became such a famous western with so many unofficial sequels to it.It's just strongly stylish, and features a strongly composed musical score. Plus, the cinematography is strong and fairly iconic of the film style, and really Sergio Corbucci gave it his all as director of Django which made it a hell of an entertaining piece. It's the awesome cheap action, the weaponry, the hype surrounding Django as a character and the prostitutes wrestling in mud which renders Django an awesome spaghetti western film. Django is laughable for its qualities but too fun to pass up, and its legacy has stretched as far as hitting Quentin Tarantino for his 2012 Spaghetti Western Masterpiece Django Unchained.
Silvia F (es) wrote: Wonderfully shot documentary about a lioness and her determination that both she and her cubs will survive the cruel wilds of Botswana.Grade:B+
John M (jp) wrote: Turned the animation industry on its head. So like many kids in suburbia, Andy has a lot of toys. Unbeknownst to him, they actually come to life when he is not around and go on adventures of their own. His cowboy named Woody (Tom Hanks) is very comfortable being Andy's favorite toy, but his world is in for a shake up when Andy gets a cool new astronaut toy, a Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), as a birthday gift. What can I say about this movie that hasn't been said before? It was the very first movie from Pixar and it showed everything that they are capable of, being the very first feature length computer animated film. Animation has come leaps and bounds over the last two decades, and there are a couple of renderings that are a little rough around the edges, given the technological limitations of 1995, but the movie itself still holds up in the best way possible. The reason why that this movie (and this series, for that matter) has such strong legs to stand on is because the writing is so good. Many people probably forget that Joss Whedon has a writing credit on this for the screenplay, and even though it is toys that we are talking about, it is a very human story. How could you not relate to a tale that is about being forced out as a favorite, or a fish out of water, trying to figure out how he fits in? Sure, there are motivations present that are selfish, but that's what makes it so identifiable, and that really helps to bolster the character arcs when you get to that third act. Hanks and Allen are perfect voices for their respective roles, and there are many creative stunts that they pull off in this world filled with toys. It is nice and short, and when you subtract end credits, this only takes you about 75 minutes to watch. The original score done by Randy Newman is iconic, and I don't think there is a person out there who won't start humming along if "You Got a Friend in Me" comes on. It sets the groundwork for later movies, even though it may not have realized it at the time, and Toy Story is a classic for the ages.
Kenneth L (au) wrote: As with mystery thrillers, this movie doesn't make alot of sense right up until the very end & then it seems to beg for credibility. But, at last the 2 little twists at the end make it impossible to discuss it with anyone going to see it.