The Last of England
The artist's personal commentary on the decline of his country in a language closer to poetry than prose. A dark meditation on London under Thatcher.
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Emmanuel S (es) wrote: 'Blue is The Warmest Colour' has an uncomfortable realism to its beautiful on-screen romance that one feels like they should turn away from witnessing such powerful intimacy but are compelled to follow along despite the hardships.
Kevin N (br) wrote: too much breakfast and very little sex, the orginal Bob, Carol, Ted and Alice (or as mad magazine called it that Boob, Carnal, Tad and Alas) was much better
Joe G (au) wrote: started out good, but the plot just gets silly as the film progresses. Also, it should be noted that while this movie does feature Miikes brad of weird, it lacks considerably in the mature content (I.E. violence and sex) we've com to expect from the man
Simone L (kr) wrote: Not as brilliant as either Brothers Mc Mullen or She's the One but makes the grade.
J (ca) wrote: my grandma was actually in this movie! cool huh? she's the one who bites the guy in the head who pours the milk.
Caroline R (gb) wrote: The Duke. One of his funniest roles. For me, this film and Hatari will forever mean my father - john wayne incarnate.
Dreamish P (fr) wrote: I LOVE SHIRLEY TEMPLE!!!
Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch
David C (es) wrote: Phenomenal performances but a tough watch. The slow pace mimics the caginess of a wrestling match and none of the characters are remotely attractive. A sort of "cinema of alienation." Worth watching but not sure I could watch it again.
Greg W (fr) wrote: gr8 cast highlight this law/courtroom pic