The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

The film follows Kaspar Hauser (Bruno S.), who lived the first seventeen years of his life chained in a tiny cellar with only a toy horse to occupy his time, devoid of all human contact except for a man who wears a black overcoat and top hat who feeds him.

Herzog's film is based upon the true and mysterious story of Kaspar Hauser, a young man who suddenly appeared in Nuremberg in 1828, barely able to speak or walk, and bearing a strange note;... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser torrent reviews

Christopher S (au) wrote: I just love feel good movies.

Thee D (fr) wrote: Patton Oswalt is so funny...just not in this movie. Don't waste your time.

Russ V (ca) wrote: Green Lantern First Flight is a pretty good Green Lantern movie, which focuses on Hal Jordan's first mission, and more specifically Sinestro's betrayal of the Green Lantern Corps. The film goes over Hal's origin of becoming a Green Lantern fairly quickly (about 5 minutes), and skips over a lot of the details. The film also changes some things from the comics, such as who killed Abin Sur, how Abin Sur's ring found Hal, and that Green Lanterns can kill (which they couldn't in the comics until the Sinestro Corps War, which the events in this movie would of taken place long before the Sinestro Corps War), among other changes, which bothered me as a Green Lantern fan (and will likely bother other Green Lantern fans). Green Lantern First Flight is a solid film, but not very loyal to the source material, and with the lack of detail in the origin story, and with no mention of a lot of basic details about the Green Lantern Corps (such as the role of their lanterns, and the Book of Oa, among many others) this is not the greatest introduction for those new to Green Lantern. The length of the DC animated films (typically around 1 hour 15 minutes) may of somewhat limited them, but an hour and 30 minute runtime could of benefited this film.

Mike G (au) wrote: New Classic. Must watch for anyone who fancies themselves an fan of Anime.

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Hiatt N (gb) wrote: You know, I really enjoyed Daddy Day Care, the first film. It wasn't GOOD, but it was fun. This ... whoa.

Jennifer T (de) wrote: I wasn't bored with "Fat Girls" and it was pretty good for a low budget film.

Emily E (ca) wrote: i want to see that 1 !!!!!

Lee M (au) wrote: Even for the most forgiving fans of the hardcore Italian horror genre, this movie is simply too non-sensical and dull to offer much entertainment value.

Ben S (mx) wrote: An epic Vietnam war movie loosely based on Conrad's "Heart of Darkness". Episodic, with the best scenes close to unrivalled in cinema, and the missteps still fascinating. A visually ravishing, impressionist exploration of the folly of Vietnam and the futility of war in general. The ending featuring Marlon Brando doesn't quite work but it doesn't sink the film either. Apocalypse Now always sets me thinking about my favourite poser on the nature of movies. Which is better; a heroically ambitious, magnificently executed but flawed film or a more tightly focussed, competent movie that has few or no weaknesses?

Leesa M (nl) wrote: Absolutely wonderful! The dancing is AMAZING! Script is phenomenal!