Everyone has bad mornings. You wake up late, you stub your toe, you burn the toast...but for a man named Arthur Dent, this goes far beyond a bad day. When he learns that a friend of his is actually an alien with advanced knowledge of Earth's impending destruction, he is transported off the Earth seconds before it is exploded to make way for a new hyperspace motorway. And as if that's not enough, throw in being wanted by the police, Earth II, an insane electronic encyclopedia, no tea whatsoever, a chronically depressed robot and the search for the meaning of life, and you've got the greatest adventure off Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Mere seconds before the Earth is to be demolished by an alien construction crew, Arthur Dent is swept off the planet by his friend Ford Prefect, a researcher penning a new edition of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy."
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Panta O (br) wrote: A French war drama directed by Roselyne Bosch was based on the true story of a young Jewish boy and his family and friends who were victims the mass arrest of Jews by French police who were Nazi accomplices in Paris in July 1942. Many people seeing this film were enraged and saddened because this event has left a huge scar on the collective psyche of the French - on the 75th anniversary the French presidents declared: "There are in the life of a nation times that wound the memory and the idea one has of one's country. It is difficult to talk about such times... That day, France, the cradle of Enlightenment and human rights, a safe haven for the oppressed, committed an unforgivable sin. Breaking its word, it delivered those it should protect to their executioners." Sadly, looking what France is doing in Libya, Afghanistan and around the world it seems there were no lessons learned! According to the elder Weiseman (who is seen in the film) Bosch has presented the story faithfully and accurately - and just how it felt. That is perhaps the most valuable praise she'll get for this drama. Bosch first decided to make a film of the events surrounding the rafle du Vel' d'Hiv because she felt sympathy with the victims - and that is nice to hear. My problem with the movie is the feel of detachment of the director with the story! And it should be completely different - her husband's family is Jewish and lived in Montmartre near where the Weismann family lived, her father had been detained in one of Francisco Franco's internment camps, so she felt a connection with the subject matter... but watching the movie everything seemed too "dry" for my taste! I appreciate the fact that Bosch decided to portray only real life characters in the film but for me there was too much focus on the social context of life for the Jewish family (and others) before the fateful day of July 16, 1942... The morally bankrupt Germans and Marshal Petain's collaborating French authorities are not different from today's governments , starting from the illegalities and amorality and up to the absence of any real transparency of the ruling bureaucracy but somehow they are presented like something out of this world! Turn around and observe... This is not a drama to "like" or not, according to most critics, it's a film to make us understand; but I don't think it does it well.
Jonah B (es) wrote: I loved this film - and I am a big fan of the entire series. God seemed to have brought this movie to my wife and I at a time when we are facing much the same struggle as the characters of Belinda and Lee go through in the story. It was very encouraging and inspiring to us!Highly recommended!
Vulcan S (au) wrote: Woody Allen never seems to disappoint when it comes to casting the right, dreamily attractive female leads in all his latter films; as for plot and ideas, Whatever Works doesn't fall far from the expectation of a Woody Allen film, which are the cynical, liberation view of life and the protagonist's anxiety of death
Bianca A (br) wrote: This is a great movie, i watched it when i was little my mmom had gotten it for me, or someone, nd my mom watched it and took it away from me! But i watched it anyways, she took it because she thought that it was going to be a bad movie for me to watch at a young age. And i completly agree with her i was 11 years old, i shouldnt have been watching a movie like this. So parents if you are reading this then you should deffanatly know that it is not a movvie or an 11 year old to be watching, unless of course they are being bullys and you neeed to show them what people may do if you bully them. So imm not telling you that your children cant watch this, but it is a movie that if you child maybe getting bullyed they dont need to watch this movie, cuz it may give them the wrong idea!
Katie L (fr) wrote: This movie was decent but the only reason I really watched it was because it had Vincent D'Onofrio in it.. But then.. He was only in it for like 5 minutes.
Rachel M (gb) wrote: This was a decent movie! David Schiwmmer and Chris Cooper did a fantastic job. I enjoyed it. Entertaining!
Peter W (kr) wrote: Possibly one of the most disturbing holocaust films as it portrays senseless and countless shootings of innocent Hungarian Jews as the war is closing. Wallenberg was an incredible hero and this dark film portrays his endless efforts to save lives at any cost to himself. An incredible movie that portrays the depths of inhumanity by the Hungarians who needed little encouragement from the Nazis to be brutal. Yet, read the Wikipedia article on Wallenberg first to make sense of what happens. The film assumes a lot. For example, only passing reference is made to the American role in establishing his post.
Frankie Pockets (kr) wrote: the only movie that ever made the lump in my throat swell and made tears come down my cheek. The last few sentences of dialoge uttered in this movie nearly broke me down. phenomenal movie!!