The Handmaid's Tale
In a dystopicly polluted rightwing religious tyranny, a young woman is put in sexual slavery on account of her now rare fertility.
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Todd S (gb) wrote: The acting and special effects were great but an hour and forty-five minutes are not long enough to chronicle the largest oil spill in us history. Movie felt a little rushed with little detail. I left the movie pleased but looking for more.
Timothy G (kr) wrote: The story is a well-done reimagining of the ape revolt told in Conquest of the Planet of Apes. Andy Serkis' Ceaser is also an outstanding performance. However, this movie lacks the hard socio-political edge that made the original series so great. I hope future installments will correct this.
Latifa H (gb) wrote: funny shit ;) i really liked it..ps...new review..i love this movie..never get bored ...funny as! and i love the songs! esp the bangla gaan :)
Cindy C (kr) wrote: I love Chorus Line and this is how it all began! If you love the play and love the music, you'll love this movie. It is filmed as a documentary and follows how the play originated, the original cast, and the revival that is now on Broadway. We saw it in San Franciso about 2 years ago just before it opened on Broadway.
Emily B (ru) wrote: "Lon Morin, Prtre" stands out in Jean Pierre Melville's body of work. Better known for his American style noir films such as "Bob le flambeur" and "Le doulos", "Lon Morin, Prtre" comes between these but is not a crime drama, yet a thought provoking and intelligent film. Set in an occupied French town during WW2, with convincing period detail, Emanuelle Riva plays the widowed mother, who stumbles upon Jean Paul Belmondo's Catholic priest and over the course of the film starts to question herself. Melville here wears his Bresson influence on his sleeve and proves he can successfully stray from the crime drama. The fact that he chose two established stars also helped with the public point of view. The action, if you can call it that, is very much dialogue based, but the conversations between Riva's and Belmondo's characters are never boring, and between these talks we have quick glimpses of how people continued through everyday life under the Nazis. I'll just also mention the interesting cinematography with interesting shots and Henri Deca's great photography.
Blake P (it) wrote: "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" proves that screwball comedy could actually exist in the late '40's. When Richard Nugent (Grant) gives a lecture about his thoughts about America in a suburban high-school, one of the students, Susan (Temple) develops a big crush on him. When she corners him into an interview and she asks tons and tons of stupid questions, Richard jokingly asks her if she will model for a painting for him. She ends up taking it seriously, and sneaks up to his apartment, and when her sister Margaret (Loy) finds him, she ends up, of course, being a judge, and Richard faces prison. But Margaret decides something else he could do-- date Susan so she'll get over her crush. Richard or as Susan calls him, "Dickie" doesn't like the idea, but it definitely sounds better than prison ... Classic or not, "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" is a very smartly written, entertaining screwball comedy that delivers a laugh a minute. No matter if it's a wisecrack or a form of physical comedy, the Academy Award winning script does it all and makes half the other '40's teen-comedies seem like garbage. Loy and Grant provide excellent comedic performances (however the next year's teaming of "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House" is way funnier), and Temple and Vallee end up being great comic foils. "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" is a very funny comedy than even fans of nowadays film will like, no matter how kiddish it is. Recommended.
Nathan R (kr) wrote: This one's a mess. Like some of Brody's students, the movie can't really decide what it wants to be.
Jacob D (de) wrote: Spectacular Now is a very good movie with a great story and great performances.