The Girl with the Red Hair
During the second world war law student Hannie Schaft is a member of the Dutch resistance movement.
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bill s (au) wrote: Heavy on the cheese and I do like me some cheese but just barely.
Shayne J (fr) wrote: A movie so bad that it wasn't even released.
Nils V (es) wrote: An incredible movie! The very best Norwegian movie - after Flklypa of course!
Brian M (ca) wrote: Wow. This is a powerful movie. even though I knew the result, I was still on the edge of my seat until the end.
Thomas D (ru) wrote: If any future filmmakers are looking for inspiration in the guilty-pleasure high octane action genre, xXx is exactly the film to look into. What's not to like about it? Heck, even the horribly awful things are entertaining.Back when Vin Diesel decided not to come back to the Fast & Furious franchise, he chose to join F&F 1 director Rob Cohen in taking on another ridiculous action extravaganza, xXx. Now, the Fast & Furious franchise has figured out the right balance of lighthearted humor, bada** action sequences, and developed characters who we actually care about. xXx certainly has fun action, but that's about it. The humor is there, but in no way do I believe it's intentionally funny. And the characters are pretty awful. Or, at least the dialogue coming out of their mouths is awful.But does a film like this really need to have great dialogue? I guess not. Especially when it contains countless one-liners that do nothing but put a smile on my face from ear to ear. Essentially, this is just another Fast & Furious movie. Fast cars, explosions, women in scantily clad attire, incoherent plots, over-the-top villains, and catchy music. All are staples of the franchise, and Xander Cage's first film outing is no different. The supporting characters are fittingly absurd and bizzare, led by a prototypical performance from Samuel L. Jackson & an equally clichd turn from Marton Csokas. I think the bottom line is, this movie is so far-fetched and insane that it works as one of the best mindless action adventures of the last decade. No one would believe a guy like Xander Cage would be recruited as an undercover agent in any sort of organization, but that's not really the point. xXx sets out to entertain, and that it does.+One-liners+Full-throttle action+Over-the-top-Really, really awful dialogue-Cliched -Does anyone actually care about these characters?6.4/10
Robyn F (nl) wrote: silly, funny, cheesy, DRAGONS!! i will admit that this is a truly awful film with poor acting and scripting to boot, but i still like it. as one of my childhood favorite films as a kid it will always have a very nostalgic place in my heart... Fire fart *Tee hee* XD
J R (fr) wrote: WOW! Must be seen by all. This will bend your mind! Go see it when it is on tour near you. Nude Nazi Shirley Temple w/ a riding crop. Brutal imagery in this flick. The snails screaming was seriously unnerving. Only film I am aware of that uses a Johnny Rebel song & a mostly Down's Syndrome cast. That takes a pair of stones!
Timothy R (br) wrote: A gentle dark comedy, which is all the more scathing about the insanity of the cold war threat of nuclear mutually assured destruction by being set away from any centres of power and focusing solely on the effects on an ordinary, innocent (if slightly dim) retired couple. The handling of the inconsistency and general uselessness of the government advice at the time is particularly well handled, as the couple struggle to follow it.
Noname (ru) wrote: This was a horror movie that could have been alot better if they would have done it more scary , better acting and not so predictable as it was. Then it would have been a superb flick but still with all these bad things its actually watchable in my opinion. I have seen worse movies in my days so to speak.
Tracey c (ru) wrote: Herman discovers he's the new lord of Munster Hall in England. The family sails to Britain, where they receive a tepid welcome from Lady Effigy and Freddie Munster, who throws tantrums because he wasn't named Lord Munster. An on-board romance had blossomed between Marilyn and Roger, but on land Marilyn discovers Roger's family holds a longstanding grudge against the Munsters. Herman upholds the family honor in an auto race; he and Grandpa also unlock "the secret of Munster Hall."
JamesMasaki R (jp) wrote: Shinoda's dark, gritty, yet dreamy/nightmarish "Pale Flower" seems like the average Yakuza film being churned out at the time, but the noir-influenced story, with a beautiful femme fatale being a compulsive and manipulative gambler played by Mariko Kaga absolutely steals the show. And even if you don't understand the gambling rules in the movie (I don't), you'll still be mesmerized by it. Combine this with lots of experimental moves by Shinoda, making it 'unreleasable' according to execs, but eventually proved wrong when an audience actually found the movie.
Greg W (fr) wrote: another good roy rogers' western
Derek W (mx) wrote: As long as you don't let yourself take it too seriously, Face/Off is a stylish and intriguing spectacle that is all the more mesmerizing thanks to chameleon performances from Cage and Travolta.
Paul M (it) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen. How a script this terrible attracted so much talent is incomprehensible.