The Elephant King
The story of two brothers who lead totally different lives. Jake Hunt enjoys life to the fullest in Thailand, while his shy brother Oliver deals with his own depressions back home in the USA. Their dominant mother wants Jake back home and for this reason, Oliver is sent to Thailand to retrieve his brother. Once there, Oliver finds himself in Jake's bizarre life and falls in love with a beautiful girl, Lek. However, it is not a coincidence that she and Oliver have met
- Stars:Ellen Burstyn, Tate Ellington, Florence Faivre, Jonno Roberts, Josef Sommer, Debra Azar, Natalie Carter, Joe Cummings, Georgia Hatzis, Pawarith Monkolpisit, Michael Pand, Porntip Papanai,
- Country:USA, Thailand
- Director:Seth Grossman,
- Writer:Seth Grossman
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The Elephant King torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Such a disappointment!
(au) wrote: printre cei mai buni comici in momentu de fata
(au) wrote: First movie role from Max Minghella, with a great cast and a emotional story of finding your true belief in a roller coaster of spiritual thoughts...
(au) wrote: SWIMMING POOL is a laid-back, sensual thriller with top-notch performances by Charlotte Rampling and Ludivine Sagnier. The story is about a British crime novelist, Sarah Morton (Rampling) who, lacking in inspiration, is allowed by her publisher to vacation at his French home to begin work on a new novel. Trouble starts when his daughter shows up unexpectedly and begins to turn things upside down for the uptight novelist. Gradually, Sarah starts to come out of her shell and then things take a turn I didn't expect (which I'll leave unsaid). The best thing about this incredible film are the great performances given by Charlotte Rampling and Ludivine Sagnier (as Sarah's publisher's daughter). They bring so much depth to their characters and every scene they share is a treat to watch. Also of note is the eerie, mysterious score which does an excellent job at setting the tone of the film. The film is also shot very well, with lots of beautiful location shooting on the French countryside. The only negative I could find was a scene about two thirds of the way through when Julie (Sagnier) brings home a waiter who Sarah happens to know, and they have a little dance party. It was more the choice of song than anything, although the scene was rather awkward in and of itself. Still, this only reminds me why I love French films, especially thrillers like this one. Highly recommended.
(au) wrote: Plenty of action, adventure, drama....and strings. They seem to play the theme of the film in several scenic angles. It is J.S. Bach, Prelude if anyone is curious. The few primitive medical procedures seemed real except for the pain on their faces. Besides that, the whole tale seems right out of a captians journal. Daddy! I want to go sailing!
(nl) wrote: This biopic about the Du Pre sisters is well scripted and features first class performances by Emily Watson and Rachel Grifrfiths.
(br) wrote: I think Casper Van Dien was in 90210, right?
(kr) wrote: Jet Li takes on somebody that looks remarkably like Ozzie Osbourne. Plenty of breathtaking action and martial arts.
(ag) wrote: Will I watch it again? Probably not, but it had its fun parts.
(kr) wrote: This was decent and standard martial arts movie fare. The people in the movie can move and fight, but they are not very charismatic or memorable. The fight scenes get better near the end. Some excellent choreography but a little light on plot.
(de) wrote: Another easily missable, miserable movie from Rossellini, set on the island around the volcano. The general premise isn't much, the plot isn't much fun and although I might've given it 6.75/10 for some decent volcanic effects and an earnest effort at being artistic, the horrible tuna-fishing scene and the even more horrible rabbit/ferret scene distressed and annoyed me so much I'm deducting a point. 5.75/10
(au) wrote: What an awful position the despicable Nazis left their descendants at the close of the Second World War. Rossellini has the perfect, objective, almost documentarian painterly hand in his depiction of this, and I have the feeling that only someone from one of the losing Axis countries, such as he, could so astutely and profoundly bring across such a feeling of loss and guilt that haunted these 'survivors'. A very sad film to watch, yet at the very same time necessary and healing. Clearly my favourite of his works, next to his magnificent 'The Flowers of St. Francis'.
(ag) wrote: The second to worst Trek entry, First Contact is an early look at mindless cinema, and fails as science fiction.