The Emperor and the Golem
Rudolph II, the Holy Roman Emperor, does not have a simple life. And yet he manages to complicate it even more with his frequent outbursts of anger. While he searches for a mythical Golem, an animated clay statue, Matthew the Baker is thrown into the dungeon for selling the special buns for the emperor to people. Matthew is accidentally mistaken for the emperor and takes his place. And when the Golem is finally found, it will complicate things beyond comprehension...
- Stars:Jan Werich, Marie Vásová, Natasa Gollová, Bohus Záhorský, Jirí Plachý, Zdenek Stepánek, Frantisek Filipovský, Frantisek Cerný, Václav Trégl, Vladimír Leraus, Milos Nedbal, Bohus Hradil, Frantisek Holar, Vladimír Repa, Lubomír Lipský,
- Director:Martin Fric,
- Writer:Jirí Brdecka (screenplay), Jirí Brdecka (story), Martin Fric, Jan Werich (screenplay), Jan Werich (story)
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(de) wrote: By the numbers thriller, terrible greenscreen and Michael Keaton is the best thing in it. Not really much else to say
(it) wrote: For a doc about the wildest period in American cinema, this is rather stale. Seemingly imitating an old school educational film, it's too structured and dry.
(jp) wrote: Hilarious, utter schlock. The most entertaining, nonsensical film, I have seen. Other than The Phantom Menace
(br) wrote: Poorly structured, self-important and awfully dishonest in its arguments, this unfortunately compelling movie is however convincing when trying to sell us so many ludicrous conspiracy claims using fallacies, false historical references and plain lies that have already been debunked.
(fr) wrote: That Great movie is the proof that Denzel Washington is at his best.
(jp) wrote: Started out ok, then got really confusing, jumping from location to location. Timothy Hutton was good but ***Spoiler Alert*** gets killed too quickly. Keitel has a sort of wooden performance. Lucy Liu with a topless performance in one of her first movies. I like Michael Jai White but he wasn't in it enough. And a surprise appearance by a much younger looking Elliott Gould (compared to the Friends/Ocean's 11 days).
(ca) wrote: very thought provoking. the acting makes up for the fact that there are only two people present for the entire film. oh, and i'm a total bad boy Alan Rickman fan. LOL on the boom mic appearance.
(mx) wrote: Not the best Fulci film. In fact, probably the best part of the film is Fulci's own performance as a police investigator. A bit muddled. Inventive gore situations, but poorly executed. OK, but don't go out of your way for it.
(it) wrote: Looking back historically, this is one strange movie! All of Rambo's wars are lost causes....that's so sad. If only they'd write a script about something like that instead of about all the things that would make Stallone look hardcore.Rambo Part 2 & 3 are "war fantasy" pictures. It's strange to think that in the 80s people seem to have accepted these Herculean caricatures for lead characters. Then again, James Bond is still going strong. I can accept that stealth & surprise are powerful, and there are superhuman warriors out there, but...This one was visually impressive even more than the previous one, and at times I felt it was legitimate in ways the previous cartoon-ish movie wasn't. However, there's so little dialogue that it doesn't involve the viewer and repetitive -- Rambo sneaks around, kills a guy, sneaks around, kills a guy.... It's a mystery to me who these are meant for.But I give them credit for a strong effort. I can't believe it was the most expensive movie ever (a third of it went to Stallone) but there is some good military action.Sure am surprised that the first was great and the sequels aren't, but maybe I shouldn't have been.
(es) wrote: Hated it. Acting, bad. Story, bad, Affects, bad. I couldn't even finish it because it was already a waste of my time and I knew it wasn't going to get any better. It was just too ridiculous.
(kr) wrote: If you have seen Trading Places, you would know Coming to America is a rather amusing follow-up on the combination of the director, john Landis, and Eddie Murphy.
(us) wrote: Erotic vampire film, that is lacking a lot.
(jp) wrote: I loooooooooove this movie ??
(es) wrote: Some interesting stuff, but it's mostly lost in this stretched out musical that doesn't nearly have enough story to go with its running length. Also doesn't help I just watched Seven Brides for Seven Brothers shortly before Oklahoma, when that movie handles similar settings and style much better.
(ca) wrote: DC COMICS HAVE DONE IT AGAIN!! MARVEL CAN'T COMPETE OR SHALL I JUST KEEP IT REAL BY SAYING: THEY DON'T EVEN STANDS A CHANCE AGAINST DC UNIVERSE ANIMATED MOVIES,REAL AND ANIMATED SHOWS. NEXT IT WILL BE REAL MOVIES, ALSO I THINK IF DC UNIVERSE DO THE EXACT MOVIE PLOTTING THAT THEY DO FOR THEIR ANIMATED FILMS AND DO IT FOR THEIR REAL FILMS. GUESS WHAT THEY WILL BLOW OUT MARVEL UNIVERSE BY FAR FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT, BUT EVEN THOUGH I DON'T LIKE MARVEL ANYMORE, I DO HAVE RESPECT FOR STAN LEE'S COMPANY. THAT IS A FACT, THAT IS HOW I FEEL EVERYTIME I GET TO SEE A DC UNIVERSE ANIMATED FILM AND SHOW. :-)) :-) O:-) THANK YOU FOR READING. ALSO HAVE A BLESSED, PROSPEROUS DAY
(it) wrote: A weird old movie with a disturbed-looking Monty Cliff in the lead that wanders as you watch it and then stays with you for days after. I was lucky enough to see it on the big screen in Chicago, as it shows off some nice Tennessee nature. Not for the casual moviegoer, but a fascinating piece of movie history for true buffs.
(au) wrote: Great movie. Holds up well. Performances are natural and endearing. Song is great. But the Oscar for score mystifies me. Most of the score is repeated variations on the theme song. Over and over and over. That it won score over The Sand Pebbles is nuts.