After Liptus arrives in a small village from the city, he calls his best friends, Miron and Melita, on winter holidays in Kopacevo. That same night, while they are all sleeping cozily, from their deep sleep Miron and Melita are woken by the disturbing sounds of villagers, carrying flares and disappearing into the darkness at the end of the street. At the docks, they find Halasz, a boy known for his bravery. He is cold, pale from shock, and babbling a white ghost. While most of the villagers don't believe Halasz's story, older citizens recall a long time ago when a forgotten spirit would scare people at night in dark and foggy swamps. Everyone locks themselves in their houses and Halasz ends up in a hospital where the doctors can't help him. Miron, Liptus, and Melita, now alone, take matters into their own hands, revealing the secret of the ghost and saving their friend.
Writer:Anto Gardas (novel), Silvio Mirosnicenko, Edi Muzina
A brother and sister, Miron and Melita, go to visit their friend Zoltan (Liptus) in Kopacevo for winter vacation. The local residents and hunting lodge members there are involved in a big ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tooba A (it) wrote: The movie was all about her; however, it did not engage me, and I was bored throughout the whole hour and 37 minutes.
Rich S (fr) wrote: An absolutely brilliant documentary focused on shedding some light into the controversial debate of whether or not the Bible actually states that homosexuality is a sin. While the film without a doubt is an educational eye-opener, I can't help but feel that the audience it hopes to reach is the same audience that is more likely to judge it as heresy without viewing it for themselves.
Doug G (ca) wrote: Stupid, but Piven is always hilarious
Gabriela K (kr) wrote: I love the song "sheets of egyptian cotton!" this movie is too cute!
Dane K (br) wrote: Hercules (supposed to be known as Heracles in Greek Mythology) was one of the greatest heroes in Greece, but is represented in this mini-series that is, well, wussy. The first half of this mini-series is absolutely atrocious. Hercules doesn't even look like he's going to become a great hero, instead he is (and the actor portrays him) like a whiny English schoolboy bitch. The second half is much better. On the plus side, the story is of course excellent, albeit poorly executed, and the whole thing shorter than 3 hours. Also, I hated the inclusion of that waste of acting "talent" from Lord Of The Rings (Sean Astin - although anyone in that movie is a waste) in the cast - horrible.
D M (nl) wrote: Not a continuation from the first one, more of a reboot. A leprechaun wakes in modern times on his 2000th birthday, appropriately March 17. He has one goal, to find a woman and wife her up. When he spots a looker, he kidnaps her much to the chagrin of the woman's boyfriend. Said boyfriend acquires a single gold coin of the leprechaun's, so the bride-to-be is left alone while her soon-to-be-hubby chases down the missing treasure. I liked this a bit better than the first, the sarcasticness of the leprechaun remained with the rest of the humor was less cutesy than the first. SPOILER ALERT: Exploding leprechaun!
Bee C (de) wrote: I was a young as well when I had my first sexual experience...just gotta love this movie for its endearing theme. Ponder it instead of judging it. And you will see the beauty and innocence of it all.
Tanja V (ag) wrote: I'm not quite sure about the rating because I haven't seen this one in years. Still, I remember enjoying this film a lot, especially Judy Davis as George Sand.
nicholas n (kr) wrote: "It ain't no Chinatown." But how could it be. The Two Jakes is a great mystery film in its own right. This IS a pure Jack Nicholson film. He stars and directs it as well. It also stars Harvey Kietel. The film features Jake "JJ" Gittes in a complex mystery involving the daughter of Evelyn Mulwray, his love from the first film and oil in Los Angeles. Gittes gets involved in a murder of a man who is having an affair with his client's wife. I don't really want to give any more details because they are all very surprising when viewed as a piece of the puzzle. The main character is Jake Gittes played by Jack Nicholson. While I think he is acting more like himself than the character from Chinatown, it is still a great performance. My favorite line is when he tells a woman, "I am trying to be a gentleman but get on your knees... " Only Nicholson could pull it off. Harvey Keitel is a great supporting actor playing Gittes client, the other Jake. There were a few over the top moments. Like when Jake knocks a woman out in his office or gets blown up. This is probably the only problem I had with the film. So overall I strongly recommend it. It does a great job in connecting and continueing the story from Chinatown, while offering a fresh new plot. The writer of both films always had in mind that the this would be part of a trilogy. I for one would love to see a third film but it isn't completely necassary. This film stands by itself thanks to Nicholsons's talented directing and acting. So if you like Nicholson or enjoy mysteries check it out.
Janne S (br) wrote: yksi Kaurismen kauneimmista vaikka ei yll parhaimpien tasolle. Nin lyhyeen elokuvaan ei paljon tyhjkynti mahdu.
Spencer D (jp) wrote: Definitely the best of the Poe series. Polished and pitch-perfect. Price is at the top of his game, and the English crew gives a marvelous technical background. Plus Robert Towne worked on the screenplay.
Richard H (us) wrote: i remember watching this film many moons ago, and i actually did work out the ending only cos..... well no i wont spoil it. this is a very good thriller , well worth a watch again and again
Armando P (it) wrote: Un orgasmo muy crudo.
Diana T (au) wrote: It was different, You see where Fosse was able to make a musical out of it. Ginger Rogers, was animated. I liked how they set it up, with charaters, reminessing about the past. The ending was funny
Daniel P (ru) wrote: Suh, ah say suh, as a Southehn gentleman, ah object to this stereotypical pohtrayal of social mohes of the deep South, and Mary Pickfohd's pehfohmance as an unrepentant fliht. Besides, Pickfohd is a Yankee hussy (so Nohthehn she's Canadian) posing as a truly honorable Southehn belle! Coquette, ah challenge you to a duel! Pistols at dawn!
Stephen C (ag) wrote: Fun John Wayne film ,with the duke giving his brand of thick ear justice a work out on the streets of London. When a mob boss bails to London its up to Waynes cop to bring in the crims despite the funny culture clash way of doing things. Richard Attenborough is clearly having fun as the Brit head of the police getting into bar fights with Wayne and watching him wreak a destructive path across London. Yes the film is a bit silly and obvious in places but its all good fun and thats what counts
Emma R (mx) wrote: Enjoyable if mindless fun
Hank D (nl) wrote: One of the most underrated War movies of all time.
Phil H (gb) wrote: Lets get one thing straight here, this isn't a bad animated film, not really, it just had the HUGE misfortune of coming out after 'Madagascar'. Well I'm not sure whether this came out too late or they did indeed try to rip off the aforementioned film, probably just too late.The plot, settings and entire idea is unfortunately almost identical to 'Madagascar'. A bunch of crazy animals all live together in a zoo lead by the mighty lion Samson. One day Samson accidentally upsets his cub son causing him to run away, get trapped and...you guessed it, get shipped off to Africa. So Samson and the other animals including a Koala, Giraffe, snake and squirrel, all go off on an adventure to rescue Ryan the lion cub.I can't really go into how utterly stupid this is seeing as its a kids film. But alligators in New York's sewers, the fact they all end up in Africa from leaving NY is pretty amazing, no idea where in Africa though but a volcano? And the fact there are hardly any humans around anywhere...including in NY. Yes I know its a silly kiddie film but lets have some degree of sense.One major problem here is the characters aren't too spectacular and AGAIN almost identical to errr that other wildlife animation. The only character that shows any signs of creativity was Nigel the Koala who has a British accent voiced by the brilliant Eddie Izzard. This little guy was pretty neat, Izzard does a great job making him a very nervous, easily scared unfit slightly squiffy fellow who hates the fact his likeness is a famous plush zoo toy souvenir. Its Eddie's dry, wry flat deliveries that make you laugh, well for us Brits anyway. Quite liked the Noo Yawker tawk of the sewer alligators also, that's a good accent.Plus, Patrick Warburton, standard requirement for animated films it seems. Not a problem seeing as his voice is brilliantly funny, lucky huh!Its all completely and totally predictable with visual gags that have been used all before. The animation isn't that bad, a different style to 'Madagascar' with fur effects giving a little more realism, Ryan the cub is undeniably cute. The wildebeests actually look pretty cool I though, quite evil and I liked the little intro animation revolving around them at the start.Shame they chose to include modern pop music within the film but other than that its a fair animation that is fun to watch. Had it come out before that other silly zoo animation then the tables would be turned, but such is life.