The Life Sublime

The Life Sublime

La vida sublime tells the story of a grandson who finds the passion he seeks in the character of his dead grandfather, «El Cuco», and the trip his grandfather made as a youth to southern Spain in the early 1940s. A trip that should have remained a family mystery. The South and his grandfather open up a fascinating new world, a space in which a personal memory that immortalizes «El Cuco» can be created. A tribute by a grandson to the lost generation of the Franco dictatorship era, one which was not able to fulfill its dreams. A quest for the myth, and the sublime. A new writing of family history. A film that deals with the issue of borders. Borders between North and South, imagination and reality, present and past, grandfathers and grandsons, Spain and America, madness and lucidity

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Jason K (ag) wrote: I dont really watch Chan films, not for any reason in general, but if they are as badly acted as the first half hour of this= i dont want to watch them.

Richard H (gb) wrote: (no stars) Rhubarb!

alia a (es) wrote: This is seriously my favorite movie Its funny and all children like it

Justin d (fr) wrote: If you've seen amelie, this is a must see

Van R (us) wrote: This abysmal mafiosi thriller about a war between the families in an anonymous city lacks anything in the way of flair, charisma, or momentum. During his prime, veteran director Richard Fleischer was a man to respect, and he made his share of great movies, but THE DON IS DEAD is not one of them. Clearly, this lackluster actioneer exemplifies the old studio system of making movies and the blame for its pedestrian quality must be traced back to its producer, the legendary Hal Wallis of CASABLANCA fame and his associate producer Paul Nathan. After Wallis left Warner Brothers in a dispute over CASABLANCA with Jack Warner, Wallis set up shop at Paramount and he ruled with dozens of great films, among them BECKET with Richard Burton. Once Wallis left Paramount and ended his days at Universal, the quality of his craftsman went down. THE DON IS DEAD is a well-produced crime thriller, but it is as lifeless as the don in its title. The pacing of this 115 minute movie is leaden and a number of fine actors are left to wander around aimlessly in the screenplay by Marvin H. Albert. Albert is best known for DUEL AT DIABLO and ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO, two above-average westerns. Matters are not helped by the dire lack of realism. Virtually everything in THE DON IS DEAD was lensed on a Universal backlot and it is clearly obvious from fade-in to fade-out what a numbing picture that this is. Surprisingly enough, the MPAA gave THE DON IS DEAD an R-rating. Mind you, there is no nudity, the violence is standard-issue, and that startling loud red blood that appeared in 1970s era films was sparingingly put on display. None of the gunfights stand out for their distinctive flair. The only thing that does stand out is how the Robert Forester character avoids a hit in a crowded underground parking lot. He holds himself up on the bumpers of two cars so that the gunsels cannot see his feet. Fleischer helmed THE DON IS DEAD between SOYLENT GREEN with Charlton Heston and THE SPIKES GANG with Lee Marvin, two films that rise about the flat quality of THE DON IS DEAD. This is the kind of movie that only completist in the Mafia genre will want to watch. Anthony Quinn looks terrible and he has no fire in his performance. Robert Forster is pretty good as a temperamental young man and Frederic Forrest is the man to watch.

Matthew B (us) wrote: The story is about a random wrong number on his cell phone sends a young man into a high-stakes race against time to save a woman's life. this movie is not as bad as people may say, the film is rushed in a good way to move the plot and the action is thrilling.

Tristan M (ru) wrote: This movie was both far better and a lot different than I had expected. I watched this movie knowing nothing about it, except for seeing the first bombing on TV as well as the trailer, and didn't get the action packed revenge type movie I was expecting. Instead it was more of a detective, solving a case type movie, in a lot of ways like Zero Dark Thirty. It wasn't super action packed, but the first bombing and the long last battle were really good, and better done than I had expected. It was interesting, different, and something I really wished I had watched sooner. This is also the first time I realized how good of an actor Jamie Foxx is. Far better detective/terrorist/action movie than Zero Dark Thirty. So amazing movie, I wouldn't call it a true war movie I guess but if I did it I think it would make it into my top ten list.

Alan R (kr) wrote: I liked it. It was comfortable and a real story. Ryan was excellent in the role. The cinematography was beautiful.

Adele R (br) wrote: soon to be cult classic!

Al M (ru) wrote: An absolutely idiotic 80s slasher that alternates between lengthy "workout" scenes and killing, Killer Workout is true cheese as it blends awful 80s pop, constant spandex-clad women, and killing into something that is perhaps memorable but only in the most superficial of ways. More entertaining as a comedy than a slasher film, Killer Workout probably remains a forgotten 80s slasher for a reason....

Timothy J (au) wrote: With the cast it has, including Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre, Gina Lollabridgida and directed by John Huston this movie should be better. But the comedy element falls flat in this films attempt to be an adventure film.

Trey M (jp) wrote: This movie only gets a half of star because I'm a DeNiro fan. Other than that, this movie is awful