The Last Judgment
The Last Judgement (Italian: Il giudizio universale) is a 1961 commedia all'italiana film by Italian director Vittorio De Sica. It was coproduced with France. It has an all-star Italian and international cast, including Americans Jack Palance, Ernest Borgnine; Greek Melina Mercouri and French Fernandel, Anouk Aimée and Lino Ventura. The film was a huge flop, massacred by critics and audiences when it was released. It was filmed in black and white, but the last sequence, the dance at theatre, is in color.
- Stars:Alberto Sordi, Vittorio Gassman, Anouk Aimée, Fernandel, Nino Manfredi, Silvana Mangano, Paolo Stoppa, Renato Rascel, Melina Mercouri, Jack Palance, Lino Ventura, Vittorio De Sica, Alberto Albani Barbieri, Nando Angelini, Nello Ascoli,
- Country:Italy, France
- Director:Vittorio De Sica,
- Writer:Cesare Zavattini (story, adaptation and screenplay)
In Naples, a voice from the skies announces one morning that the final judgment will be at 6 p.m. on that day. What follows is a series of vignettes depicting various people's reactions (or lack there of) to the announcement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Judgment torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: My daughter totally loved this movie!!! I found it beautiful and of a really high standard.It took me right into my memories of the Karoo- I could smell, hear and feel it,as I watched. AWESOME story, characters and AND animation, great job!! It was also seriously very funny, there were moments when I cried with laughter and then had tearsin heartfelt moments. The voices were so well cast!!! I loved the blend ofaccents, the blend of cultures.. a TRUE Rainbow film, but not just forSouth Africa.. it is a film EVERYONE will love.Congrats.. and Kudos to the ENTIRE team and all their partners etc. I happily give this movie a 9 / 10 - it is a big winner for me, from a smallstudio...LOVE it!
(nl) wrote: wanna see this so bad
(au) wrote: The feel-good movie of 2012, David O. Russell directs a stellar movie focusing on 2 people trying to overcome their mental issues. Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and especially Robert DeNiro we're so good. The chemistry between Cooper and Lawrence has been seen on several occasions, this being the best. I absolutely loved the portrayal of Cooper's dad by DeNiro. He's the father who wishes he did more for his son instead of focusing on one child. Jacki Weaver also did an excellent job. I also really liked the few scenes with Chris Tucker. The writing in this film is so good as well and only makes it better with the jobs this cast provided. I'm not sure if this deserved as many awards as it was nominated for, but Silver Linings Playbook is great.
(mx) wrote: Interessant, bien filme... mais aussi un peu pompeux et poseur par moments (Godard se met d'ailleurs en scene, notamment dans une belle scene de classe) quand on n'a pas le bagage suffisant pour integrer toutes les notions philosophiques. Au moins ce genre de film eleve le spectateur, j'y reviendrai quand j'aurai plus appris sur le sujet (la guerre, les images) :-)
(au) wrote: What is this about? soo boring.. LOL- Mischa barton was soo young.. and had a proper english accent XD
(jp) wrote: everybody cheats, everybody judges, everybody say mmm huh
(es) wrote: I saw the remake, original and now I watched the sequel. What I did like. The beginning scene is very creepy. This first scene defiantly made the movie for me. It was better then the first movie's opening scene. Also I really liked the "stranger" person in this one. He was creepier than the last person. He had a friendly voice but after awhile it got very scary. He was very different and complex which I liked. The movie totally plays with your paranoia. The ending was also very creepy too and scary. I also liked that they were able to bring in the other two characters from the first film in. So I was a little surprised of this film even though it wasn't the best. What I didn't like. So one HUGE problem I had with movie is that there was no calling at all. The most he did with phones was disconnect them. There was also some plot holes with the very end, but I can't say them without giving it away. Also with the beginning and end being great the middle was quite boring like the first movie... which made it hard to watch. Overall the movie was just as good as the first to me.
(gb) wrote: Bette Davis won an Oscar for her performance in this film, and it was deserved. William Wyler didn't really leave a personal stamp on his movies, but he was the master of emotion. The way he sets up Davis for us to see emotion is what aided Bette in her performance. Other than that, and Henry Fonda's performance, this movie really isn't anything special. It's ambition is to be noted but its execution of some of its themes are pretty bad. But is is very entertaining nonetheless.