The Boy In The Striped Pajamas

The Boy In The Striped Pajamas

Set during WWII, a story seen through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a German concentration camp, whose forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and unexpected consequences.

Revolving around an eight-year-old boy, Bruno, the son of a general social imperialism. He and his family move to a rural area and there he finds a farm. Despit his parents' warning, he make friend with a boy in striped pyjamas. That is a sweet friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ashley M (de) wrote: It's a really good movie and I really enjoy watching it

Valerie P (mx) wrote: While reading the book (the one with the movie-promo cover, incidentally), I was sure that the film would take Humphreys' intriguing account and transform it into a masterpiece of the screen. Such a juicy, true story of scandal and abuse of power should have provided a formula for rapt viewing. Unfortunately, director Jim Loach drops the ball a bit with this one. Instead of using the screen adaptation to iron out the manuscript's issues, Loach seems to fall prey to exactly the same traps.Emily Watson was perfectly cast and gives a well-balanced performance, but the film seems to leave gaps in the story and create some confusion.Less thrilling than maudlin, the screen writing feels lacklustre and dispirited.It's a real shame that this tremendous story was never really done justice.

Anthony A (ag) wrote: What better way to make a movie about a band than this film!At first watching it, it might seem a bit confusing as to what all these little stories have to do with each other, but by the ending of the film, it shows that one little good deed can go a LONG ways!

Courtney N (us) wrote: It's good but I didn't exactly pay attention to the ending.

Wes S (it) wrote: Former singer Jane Wyatt (Rene Zellweger) struggles to make it through each day after a car accident leaves her paralyzed from the waist down, and if not for her only friend Joey (Forest Whitaker) she would be content to spend her days in solitude inside her house. But eccentric and mentally unstable Joey is determined to help her live again by bringing her along to a seminar in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to hear his favorite author speak about communicating with angels...which he does on a regular basis.Jane reluctantly agrees, and the two set out on a road trip which turns out to be marked with disaster at every turn. Along the way the pair meet several interesting characters who each have their own sad story to tell, which eventually causes Jane to face her fear of living.This is a solid indie film with great performances from Forest Whitaker & Rene Zellweger. Full of music, including great singing performances from Rene Zellweger herself with a heartfelt and rugged style comparable to artists like Cat Power & Ray LaMontagne. This is an altogether touching, and at times melancholy, story with a plot that flows very well and delivers from start to finish.

Tamara H (fr) wrote: Corin "Corky" Nemec was sooo creepy. I guess that was the point, but still. This is little more than your average not-very-good serial killer flick. Yet for some reason, my fiancee and I keep watching them. At least we watched this for free on FearNet and didn't spend any money on it.

Bernard N (ca) wrote: If not for Emmanuelle Chriqui who is hot from Entourage, this didnt had a chance for even a fast forward to ending look. As if the geeky lead male is not enough, throw in boring unfunny characters in a small sleepy town setting ... there you have it.

bill s (kr) wrote: Every trait that a horrible horror movie might include is on display in this movie.....on even worse.

Pedro d (gb) wrote: The Free Software revolution has come to change the world. Watch these loonies called 'hackers' tackle subjects like the feeble 'intellectual property' expression; the concept of software freedoms according to the Free Software Foundation pov; the computer club culture; GNU/Linux, etcetera, etcetera... The only problem with this film is that it is getting old really fast. Certain things need to be revisited to account for some new threats to the free-flow of information (software patents to name one) but also to introduce some new good guys in this battle (for instance, Lawrence Lessig's Creative Commons licensing scheme). Anyway, a good film for the techies among us.

Private U (us) wrote: this very gritty movie lets you see the under belly of new york he kind we wouldn't see walking down the street

Grayson D (es) wrote: Very good indie comedy. Great cast.

Dylan D (fr) wrote: Ishtar might never escape the shadow of its reputation. That's a shame, because there's a better -- albeit still flawed -- movie to see. It's largely the success that it is because of the Beatty/Hoffman pairing, which is outstanding in every scene they share. The rest of the movie is clunky to be sure, but it's far from even approaching the worst of the worst cinema has to offer.

Dax S (ru) wrote: A pretty good addition to the Austin Powers franchise.

Dave S (jp) wrote: The "Romancing the Stone" rip-off that dares to offer only occasional action scenes in favor of scenes of the heroes traveling to and from various hotels, then talking some more. Also, no one actually walks on fire. Part of B-Fest '09.

Xavier P (au) wrote: The beginning of the movie was great, I myself thought it was a great movie that was well put together. The cast did pretty good and Its not like the Normal Horror Movie, As movie goes on you get back story on the Ghost Ship a.k.a " Antonio Graza" when you get these back details you start getting ideas of what could really be going on. And when the crew finds a bigger fortune there happy and you know they probably wasn't getting off that easy, All in all it was a great movie and the ending not only will have you in shock it will have you begging for another Ghost Ship Movie.

Dave L (nl) wrote: As a kid, I remember this being a lot funnier than it actually is. The film's low budget definitely shines through and the jokes seem very episodic rather than a part of the whole. Certainly, "Police Academy" offers some funny moments and characters but a decent storyline does not exist. The humor is sophomoric and a viewer will see how this could have been a lot better and a lot funnier.

Johnny T (fr) wrote: It's an enjoyably brisk movie spectacle, much of which takes place in and around Pittsburgh, on the Allegheny, Ohio and Monongahela Rivers. There be twists aplenty, mateys (though it's not hard to guess the final reveals), as well as some entertainingly overblown action. The serial killings, to no one's surprise, involve Hardy much more intimately than he originally guesses. Though the film's initial chase is dimly motivated, most of the action sequences are very well staged, particularly those on Pittsburgh's rivers. They are the film's true subject. Despite the fact that Hardy is talked about as a terminal drunk, Mr. Willis looks very fit in an extremely energetic performance. Sarah Jessica Parker plays his diving partner in the river-rescue squad. Dennis Farina is Hardy's uncle, who becomes chief of homicide after Hardy's father (John Mahoney) is murdered. More you need not know. A troubled production (re-shoots, release-date postponements) that turned out to be surprisingly watchable. VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)