The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty
The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty was pieced together by documentarian Esfir Shub from material recorded between 1913 and 1917, and represents the final years leading up to the Russian Revolution. Through editing, Shub casts a critical, ironic light on the former czarist regime. The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty is the first film in Esfir Shub's trilogy that continued with The Great Road (1927), and concluded with Lev Tolstoy and the Russia of Nicolai II (1928).
- Stars:Mikhail Alekseyev, Alexei Brusilov, Nikolai Chkheidze, Emperor Franz Josef, Vera Figner, Aleksandr Guchkov, Iliodor, Aleksandr Izvolsky, Joseph Joffre, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Governor of Kaluga, Aleksandr Kerensky, King George V, Aleksandr Kolchak, P.V. Krupensky,
- Director:Esfir Shub,
In May 1913 the Romanov Dynasty celebrates its 300th anniversary at the Russian throne. The last emperor in the long line is czar Nicholas II. He rules over a country with huge social and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty torrent reviews
(br) wrote: this movie was really good, looking for a good scare than this movie is for you
(fr) wrote: Ainda bem que no baixei esse filme. Acabou de passar na tv..que grande bosta hahaha
(ca) wrote: Zoe Saldana doing her thing was all that made this watchable, the story and directing was messy and the dialogue was truly horrendous.
(fr) wrote: Just what it's like to watch a different family with its own customs, boundaries and flaws. This one is particularly fractured, and quite exclusive. The traumas each has experienced in the past, or expect in the imminent future, are palpable and chilling. An effective articulation of how we experience loss and absence, even in the bosom of family, the company of new people, and especially in places from the past. A little close to the bone actually. Family and natural beauty persist despite loss, but the world is transformed, as melancholic as these clouded landscapes of Scilly. It only appears hopeful, colourful, in the paintings of the character Chris, who's found his centre. His only consolation is to commit to a path and have faith in it. Others will believe you if you believe in yourself, and then things will sort themselves out. It helps if there's something you deeply want to do. Chris is lucky in having a love of painting. The others are looking for something to love, having lost what they did.
(mx) wrote: Note: the DVD cover shown here is not the same one I saw, and is somewhat less misleading. The one I picked up was essentially a big box of lies (TM). It had sawblades and other trap-like graphics which would suggest--along with the name--that this movie might actually have, you know, traps in it. Also, the girl on that cover didn't even appear in the film!But back to the title business. There really aren't many traps in this movie, and the handful that do exist aren't made of steel--except for the teeth on the elevator door, which don't actually hurt anyone. And those can barely be considered a trap, since they show up after the doors are already open. The other "traps" are a long tree branch weighted with stones that falls in a staircase (missing everyone), and some wires that inexplicably manage to strangle someone...that's it.Make no mistake, this is a (poorly-made) slasher flick, through and through. My friends and I actually took to just calling the killer "Steel Trap," so the title might make a modicum of sense. Yes, yes, you could make the argument that the abandoned building (which has a strange amount of electricity still pumping through it), itself is a "steel trap" of sorts, but that's giving the makers of this film too much credit.In a nutshell, "Steel Trap" is a messy, poorly-written, poorly-scripted, sub par slasher flick that is at least somewhat fun to poke fun at with a group of friends. But on its own merits, it's a terrible film.
(kr) wrote: We all have issues in our families, and sometimes we don't realize what those issues are. They come out one way but there may be an underlying issue. This movie is a work that should not be missed!
(kr) wrote: I have no idea why all these people are so opposed to this movie. I remember watching it in and high school and thinking that this movie truly represents what making it big and crashing just as big in the inner city drug life will do. I wont speak for the acting, but I will say to say that the characters in this movie having no regard for life is being unrealistic just shows how little most people know about that lifestyle. I say yay for state property.
(kr) wrote: Suicide Kings 1997. Ignore the bad reviews this is a great film and it is also a great re-watch. I highly recommend this film
(nl) wrote: Okay, I can't explain why I love this movie so much. The pace of the unrealistic movie with little in the way of character development is fast but maybe it's best not to dwell on some of the sadness and just go forward the way it does. I found this fun although still don't know what's with the dog on the poster.
(nl) wrote: Unfortunately,it's the worst film in the original series.
(ag) wrote: Not the ending one would expect.
(mx) wrote: Engaging War film set during the Vietnam War, Hamburger Hill chronicles the battle of the same name, and it's a film that I view almost as a forgotten Vietnam War film because, when people talk about great Vietnam War films, they mention Apocalypse Now, Platoon and Full Metal Jacket, but they don't mention this film. However for what it is, it's a standout feature, one that delivers some tense war carnage, and has some impressive performances from its cast. The action is riveting, and the performances compliment that perfectly. Hamburger Hill is a near perfect war picture that deserves to be rediscovered by fans of the genre. Hamburger Hill is an exciting picture and with terrific storytelling and wonderful performances from its cast, it should be ranked as one of the best of the Vietnam War films. The Strength of the film lies in its characters, and with that, it makes the film standout among other Vietnam War films. This is a very good picture, one that has enough character development to compliment the action. The script is well written as well, and it captures the chaos of war perfectly. Hamburger Hill has few flaws, and you can forget its weak aspects. I think this film is much underrated and it doesn't deserve the flack it has received. For what it is, it's an engaging war film that will entertain you from start to finish and it's one of those forgotten gems of war films because it has often been overshadowed by the most well known Vietnam War films. Hamburger Hill is a worthwhile picture to watch, one that is far better than what some critics have said, with a great cast, well written script, this is a picture that will surely satisfy the most demanding genre fan.
(nl) wrote: A lot of the script is adlibbed. The part where Steiger snickers uncontrollably at Poiter's name(Virgil) is hilarious! It's got to be genuine. How Poitier kept a straight face was great acting. You can eventually see Gillespie's soul searching about his racial prejudices. This movie showed the ignorance of a hick town in the South of an anti-stereotypical Afro-American. Just great!