The Last Days
Five Jewish Hungarians, now U.S. citizens, tell their stories: before March, 1944, when Nazis began to exterminate Hungarian Jews, months in concentration camps, and visiting childhood homes more than 50 years later. An historian, a Sonderkommando, a doctor who experimented on Auschwitz prisoners, and US soldiers who were part of the liberation in April, 1945.
- Stars:Bill Basch, Martin Basch, Randolph Braham, Alice Lok Cahana, Michael Cahana, Warren Dunn, Bernard Firestone, Renee Firestone, Dario Gabbai, Tom Lantos, Katsugo Miho, Hans Münch, Paul Parks, Irene Zisblatt, Robin Zisblatt,
- Director:James Moll,
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(au) wrote: TV comedy movie for kids. Much too fake and implausible. The saints seemed a bit too homersexual for my taste though. There were some good bits at times. I watched it in accelerate, I could not otherwise. Felt a lot like a 1970s comedy, very outdated, except for the "black" (african-americans) presence.
(es) wrote: British movie about someone or something let loose in a small neighborhood. With the military trying to contain the horror you know it's going to go wrong at some point and it does. I guess it was an okay movie but I can't go much beyond that. For only when you've seen just about everything else.
(es) wrote: I think it might be Kristen Stewart's best performance (there are a couple I haven't seen). I read the book several months ago. Melinda is raped over the summer, tries to call the police, and everyone thinks she just ratted them out. It's terrifying how nobody in her life (as she is beginning high school) really tried to see her. The art teacher and Pedrakis were my hero's too. The movie well-reflects her jjourney, finding courage in those friends, finding the ability to speak to her ex-face and finding her voice to say no. A different author, Shannon Hale, has been speaking about about rape culture recently. I don't know what would happen to Andy, the rapist, but Melinda was relieved to have others believe and speak up themselves. With so many cases in the news, we need to speak about how justice should be served.After watching a movie last night where most of the humor was hurtful, this was a necessary change, and a story many others should consider.
(fr) wrote: It's amazing that Jennifer Aniston is an A-list star after this.
(fr) wrote: Had me laughing mostly throughout the entire show. Smart and original with a humorous plot.
(jp) wrote: A frustrating film because of how close it is to being a GREAT film. It's ultimately dragged down by numerous lapses in logic and often pulls the audience out with some odd editing choices, particularly the freeze frames.Alas, it adds up to an okay film.