More than two decades after catapulting to stardom with The Princess Bride, an aging actress (Robin Wright, playing a version of herself) decides to take her final job: preserving her digital likeness for a future Hollywood. Through a deal brokered by her loyal, longtime agent and the head of Miramount Studios, her alias will be controlled by the studio, and will star in any film they want with no restrictions. In return, she receives healthy compensation so she can care for her ailing son and her digitized character will stay forever young. Twenty years later, under the creative vision of the studio’s head animator, Wright’s digital double rises to immortal stardom. With her contract expiring, she is invited to take part in “The Congress” convention as she makes her comeback straight into the world of future fantasy cinema.
Writer:Stanislaw Lem (novel), Ari Folman (adaptation)
An aging actress (Robin Wright) agrees to preserve her digital likeness for a studio to use in any future films it likes, though the consequences of her decision affect her in ways she didn't consider. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Penelope W (au) wrote: Better then Frozen! I saw this movie last week with my mom. I am 19, no kids. And this movie is somewhat different then any other movies I have seen. This is the first time in forever sense I seen a good movie! I can`t wait to get it on DVD.
Erik P (ca) wrote: Imagine Run Lola Run with lesbians. Sounds great. Sadly, much worse. It's hard, very hard, not to like a film about lesbians, but this insists on doing things that are painfully stupid and beyond believable to setup the story. It's as if listening to a kid tell a prolonged story how the dog ate the homework. On top of that, they steal the style of Run Lola Run like a film student making a film for class. So the story not only is painfully boring but repetitive with only less than naked, TV style lesbian sex to break the tedium. Fortunately, the cartoon animation and some insightful points rescue it from being recycled as a dog bowl.
Aaron K (fr) wrote: The acting is somewhat bad. But I do like the plot
Bill S (es) wrote: HOLY FUCKING SHITTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS MOVIE IS SO GOD DAMN AMAZING THAT IT REQUIRES ME TO TYPE IN ALL CAPS!!! THE PLOT LINE IN THIS GREAT MOVIE IS SO DIVERSSE AND ORIGINAL FROM THE ORIGINAL 6 THAT IT MAKES ME WANT TO JIZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!! ALL HATERS CAN SHUT THE FUCK UP FOR THE REST OF THEIR GODDAMN MOTHERFUCKING LIVES AND GET A LARGE RUSTY POLE TO SHOVE UP THEIR ASSES! MONKEY CUNT!!!!
James B (nl) wrote: An odd, but good family movie.
Movie Man C (nl) wrote: If you are a teacher, in the UK, and think you've got it tough here, watch this movie. Sometimes people do actually want to help others to achieve and in doing so make things worse. It's a compelling storyline of a teacher in a very rough, gang populated, school trying to make something for his students other than a life of drugs and crime. This takes its toll on Mr Garfield (Samuel L Jackson) and other means of teaching them lessons are adopted to put his point accross. It's a great character driven storyline and depending on your outlook on life you'll find yourself siding with some characters more than others. Definetly not a feel good film, more thought provoking than anything else. Brilliantly shot and the acting it first rate.
Peter F (jp) wrote: It's got a great soundtrack and a plot that seems to set up for something epic. Unfortunately, this hated anime OVA loses all it's potential amidst all the unnecessary extreme(and do I mean extreme!) graphic violence and sex. It doesn't even have an ending to it for crissakes.
Ben H (it) wrote: The film that birthed the 'disaster film' genre which permeated the 1970s.A star-studded; bland and rambling mess, fraught with stock cliche characters, dialogue, and plot devices.
Mark D (kr) wrote: Obviously inspired by 'psycho' this William castle production does enough with it's twist ending to make it not be a complete rip off. Good stuff!
Eurieka M (ca) wrote: The pace and the cinematography will do their job to keep your heart rate up but the story itself is just composed of random tropes thrown together. The performances are superb and the music is very fitting. Worth a try for anyone looking to pass the time.
Alfredo S (kr) wrote: How to Train your Dragon demonstrates cliches work if they actually are done with depth and likeability in its characters.
Federico F (mx) wrote: Great performance by Robert Downey Jr. on the character, even better cartoon itself, becoming one of the best players in the world