The City of Lost Children

The City of Lost Children

A scientist in a surrealist society kidnaps children to steal their dreams, hoping that they slow his aging process.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:112 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:French,Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:circus,   escape,   explosion,  

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The City of Lost Children torrent reviews

Lanky Man P (ag) wrote: There really isn't anything terrifying about slugs. Even killer ones.

Ram K (ru) wrote: Amit Trivedi is one of the main piller of the film!!!!!

Aditya M (fr) wrote: Among the more underrated Hindi films in recent times - here is a movie that takes its characters into dark places rarely explored in mainstream cinema, and allows them to stay there and interact with each other in surprising ways. From the slick production values to the layered script to the excellent acting all-round - Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar have crafted a doozy of a mystery thriller.

Kelly K (ru) wrote: It is very rare that a sequel is as good as the first movie, but this was filled with even more drama, and surprises than the first film. Well worth watching.

jose v (ru) wrote: love the series an all of the games

Dan K (de) wrote: Satantango with a little more color and a little less misery. An existential masterpiece apparently nobody watches.

Googly B (ru) wrote: I wouldn't know what was the point of this movie until the last line of it. You'd have to be either of the two type of characters in this movie to understand what it's all about. Wonderful casting!

Ken S (kr) wrote: A very good film that looks at spirituality through a young boys eyes, through his quest, the adults around him learn to appreciate there and others veiws.

Thomas J (jp) wrote: This was just ok, Sam Rockwell gives a great performance, but the story just seems disorganized.

Tracey c (it) wrote: Not interested with this film...

David F (fr) wrote: Anyone who bemoans the state of public education today while pining for the 'good old days' where students were all well-behaved angels would do well to take in this incendiary classic, which was quite ahead of its time in unflinchingly depicting the hostility and apathy within a big city high school. Glenn Ford plays the idealistic and determined instructor, trying to reach an aloof and flippant Sidney Poitier while at the same time being threatened by a sullen, mumbling and explosive young Vic Morrow - his Artie West could be Terry Malloy's little brother. Notable for the use of Bill Haley and the Comets 'Rock Around the Clock' on the soundtrack, and bit parts by Jamie Farr and Paul Mazursky. Pretty strong stuff for its day or any day - the attempted rape of a teacher is a pivotal scene.

Jay B (es) wrote: A very serviceable thriller that's just a bit too slow and quite predictable.

Harry G (mx) wrote: Unrepentantly noble, and founded on a core of human decency. As a story it strikes on the complexity of modern times and perhaps the confusion generated by the end of the 'simple' Cold War for a generation who knew it, but never had to fight it. Stewart's direction is at times inspired and at others simply full of too many ideas, detracting from the arch of the film. The use of contemporary footage gives a documentary feel reminiscent of 'Welcome to Sarajevo' only for that line to be dropped a scene later for super imposed Twitter hashtags. These are all ideas that work independently of one another, but together it feels like three or four directors working on the same film. However the last 40 minutes are what make this film, and they are exquisite in their realisation. Iranian intelligence are made to look like the utterly human Stasi they are, information drips into the story the way it would if one were in solitary, and the end result is an excellent if not amazing piece.

aaron s (gb) wrote: Awkward and for the most part unfunny, not up to superman standards.

David B (kr) wrote: It's really hard not to like this. The TV series was wonderfully brilliant and this is no different. This film also helps that fact that the TV series never had a laughter track and makes the laughs that more real, which it generally is. The great young cast are fantastic and every inch perfect. Abroad holiday films are quite common, especially if it's American film but this has original, crude and rude gags. Kevin and Perry Go Large was a good success to expand the characters and this great spin off is so much better. It's not just laugh out load, it has moments (Just some) of heart and how some moments of life just get you down. Beautiful shots, well filmed, probably one of the funniest scripts ever written and well directed. It's the best comedy from Britain for a long time and that includes the series. Of course, it's not for everyone but as Jay normally says "Fuck 'em". Brilliant gross out British comedy.