The Brittany Murphy Story

The Brittany Murphy Story

A look at Brittany Murphy's rise to Hollywood fame in the 1990s, her struggles with celebrity and self-esteem, and her mysterious death in 2009 at the age of 32.

A look at Brittany Murphy's rise to Hollywood fame in the 1990s, her struggles with celebrity and self-esteem, and her mysterious death in 2009 at the age of 32. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John T (ca) wrote: This was good. It looked at a lot of other aspects of the Purge. I liked how other countries would come in just for the purge.

John R (es) wrote: 150711: This film is history and philosophy fused with art. Wonderfully entertaining.

Camille L (ru) wrote: 3 Idiots est comme la plupart des films venant de Bollywood, bien trop long et extrmement lacrymal des moments qui ne l'appellent pas forcment, mais c'est aussi une comdie franchement hilarante, qui n'abuse pas des numros musicaux (au contraire, ceux-ci sont les meilleures squences du film) et qui parvient faire voluer de manire gale ses trois personnages principaux. Aamir Khan et Madhavan sont excellents, Sharman Joshi un peu moins, mais c'est le bad guy Boman Irani qui brille le plus fort. Une trs bonne surprise.

Perrine B (us) wrote: Sometimes the only way to move forward is to go backDito retourne dans le Queens aprs 15 ans d'absence, quand sa mre le prvient que son pre est trs malade. 15 ans qu'il n'a pas renou de contact sous aucune forme avec son les gens de son pass. Un pass trs houleux qu'il n'a jamais oubli malgr son dpart pour fuir un pre maladroit et la violence de ses amis et du quartier. Tous ces vnements qui vont se rappeler lui lors de son retour.Dito Montiel adapte son livre bas sur sa vie Astoria avec ce premier long mtrage. Le montage est particulier et plutt difficile suivre au dbut (allers-retours entre flashbacks et prsent), mais on s'habitue par la suite. Le casting a quelques trs bonnes surprises : Shia Labeouf en jeune Dito, Channing Tatum est Antonio, et Robert Downey Jr est le Dito actuel (plutt une confirmation qu'une surprise pour ce dernier). C'est un film difficile qui montre la vie de jeunes punks dans les annes 70. Des gens pas trs frquentables donc, mme si certains ne sont pas mchants. Ce qui semble tre le nud du problme du mal tre de Dito est la relation entre lui et son pre. Si ce dernier est aimant (ce que Dito ne voit cependant pas), il agit avec Dito comme avec un ami et traite son copain Antonio comme un fils. Ce qui part d'une belle intention vu qu'Antonio a un pre qui le brutalise, mais Dito aurait lui aussi besoin d'une figure paternelle qui prodigue conseils et rconfort. Antonio est l'ami fidle qui dfend son groupe, mais il est aussi une norme brute qui marque son territoire. Quand Dito rencontre Mike, c'est la premire fois qu'il trouve autant d'accroches, et avec quelqu'un de bien de surcrot. Mike coute, comprend et partage ses ides. C'est ensemble qu'ils envisagent de partir pour la Californie afin d'avoir une vie meilleure. C'est aussi pourquoi Antonio n'acceptera jamais Mike. Il est une menace pour l'unit du groupe.Le tout est donc une histoire dure et quelque peu complique suivre, avec certaines trs bonnes interprtations.*****SPOILERS*****Le trouble dans la relation entre Dito et son pre atteint son paroxysme lors de la scne de la douche, aprs le meurtre de Mike : confrontation et incomprhension sont omniprsentes. Monty ne conoit aucun moment que Dito puisse envisager de quitter le quartier. Il y a aussi la culpabilit quant la mort de Mike : celui qui est puni est celui qui n'a jamais fait de mal qui que ce soit. Dito a involontairement entrain Mike dans son monde fait de violence.

Spencer H (ca) wrote: Total Recall has a great, unique story, is action-packed and well-made, it is a sci-fi masterpiece.

Timothy A (mx) wrote: A failure with perfect moments.

Jeremy S (kr) wrote: One of the films which scarred my childhood. HORRIBLE movie but watch it now and laugh your ass off

Harry W (ca) wrote: Said to be one of Woody Allen's funniest works, Bananas sounded like a delightful romp.I'm not 100% certain of what the satirical edge in Bananas was directed at. I didn't live through the era that the film was produced in and so I'm not fully certain of what it intends to be poking fun at. All I can gather from my limited knowledge is that there are some elements to it which could be linked to the conflicts between America and Cuba during the time period of its production. That could just be a guess, but that's all I have to go on. Since I only understood a handful of the film's points I had to look at it strictly for its more obvious comic facets. And for what it's worth, it remains an entertaining Woody Allen piece.The structure of the plot in Bananas is really good. Unlike many of Woody Allen's films, the premise moves along in a consistent manner and feels like a single narrative instead of seeming like a series of sketches. I'll admit that the story was far from perfect because it was only able to go so far and the ending to the film was not as satisfying as the rest of it, but it at least made a strong effort to remain focused on telling its story. It made a good balance between story and comedy, and even if the comedy in the film is rather dated by today's standards and the theme of romance between Fielding Mellish and Nancy is not that interesting, it still provides an interesting and nostalgic journey back in time to some of Woody Allen's finer early pieces.The cross between the concept of the fictional San Marcos revolution and the Woody Allen style of light parody humour makes for an interesting atmosphere in Bananas. Woody Allen mentioned that he went to special extents to ensure that the film had a very light tone, and it came off really well because the mix between satire and parody in Bananas was excellent. Despite the actual edgy nature of the subject matter, the film easily maintains an extremely light atmosphere full of clever gags which range from political satire pokes to cleverly implemented physical gags. The comedy in the film is appropriately versatile and is time very well while remaining consistent with the pace of the story and never jumping out or dragging on in a senseless manner. The humour may not always be there, but when it is the entertainment value of it all is appealing.The story capitalises on America's view of communism as a threat as one of its central themes. It plays it off in a clever manner by using it in the satire. There is plenty of satire in the film because the screenplay is a well-conceived one, and it plays out at surprising times as does the general parody humour of it all. It never degenerates to being spoof humour which means that the story is a legitimate one. The humour isn't fully consistent with the film having a slow start and an unsatisfactory finish, but most of the success rests squarely in the middle of the story. So it is not the most inconsistent experience, but a lot of its jokes are clever and the fact that it adheres to a very Woody Allen style which means that it should cater to his fans really easily. It isn't his finest work and is a lot more silly than it is insightful in any sense, but it remains a cheesy humourous experience nonetheless which provides enough laughs to pass it off as a good experience.Visually, Bananas looks seriously legitimate. Unlike many Woody Allen features which seem like a mix between intentionally cheap and legitimate, Bananas actually looks like a legitimate story. Even though the film remains constantly on a small scale to remain consistent with Woody Allen's signature film style, it goes an excellent distance on a low budget by capitalising on excellent scenery and using a lot of strong and legitimate locations as well as firm costumes and production design. Everything in Bananas looks good and the film is fuelled by a lot of firm imagery, and it supplies plenty of clever visual gags to the film. They are further helped out by the musical score of the film which gives the film a feel so light that it is almost cartoonish.And while the entire cast make a genuine effort in the film, again, the focus is all around Woody Allen. He plays out the same nebbish once again with the prime difference being that he faces situations of serious political conflict this time. It is an interesting situation to see the character in, and he is able to interact with the universe of the film so easily that the gag doesn't get stale. He plays out the leading role of Fielding Mellish with natural comic charisma and easy charm. And while the relationships that he shares with many of the other characters are not that interesting, he himself is a likable foil who has a lot of neurotic comic charm. Woody Allen puts his natural spirit into the lead role and provides a good comic archetype to face off with all the satirical and edgy material around him. He delivers all of his lines with ease and directs himself to another leading performance which looks like he is having quite a bit of fun with this time around. It is certainly fun to see him taking part in a revolution because the serious nature of the plot elements make a fine contrast with his archetypal nebbish.So Bananas is a dated film with inconsistent comic success and a premise which varies between having an interesting satirical edge and just being dull, but the lighthearted nature of it all makes it easily watchable and the natural juvenile Woody Allen charm makes it good for enough laughs to last the distance.

Mark P (de) wrote: just look at the cover and u wanna watch it

Ryan H (es) wrote: A James Bond that oozes sleakness and sexiness.

Nicki M (gb) wrote: Okay 80's comedy. Laughed a few times.

Judge L (us) wrote: Very good film about the Bosnian war. Such a sad situation that was and what a disgrace that our country did not help stop it right from the get go; guess there was not enough oil there. Having been to Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia this movie was that much more meaningful to me.

Shane D (es) wrote: So good. So bad. So good.