The Million Dollar Duck
Professor Dooley takes home a duck from his research laboratory as a toy for his son, but soon finds out that it lays golden eggs.
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Alejandro O (ag) wrote: Las mltiples referncias en el caminar diario: rboles, conversaciones, miradas y dems. Sorrentino entrega con La Grande Bellezza poesa apta para todos. Un espacio que no excluye necesariamente por estrato social: Quin no se ha visto y dicho "No eres nadie"? Ah, detrs de esa extravagancia que Roma guarda, se encuentran las dudas universales de los hombres con respecto al camino que toman cuando ven que la vida es solo una.
Nicolas C (jp) wrote: Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story es uno de los mejores biopics jams realizados. Cargado de emocin, drama y sobre todas las cosas: Magia. Es una pieza magistral realizada de la manera ms sublime posible y de igual forma interpretada, a la altura que se merece J.K Rowling la persona que invento todo un mundo. Por si no fuera poco, este Documental explora una parte mucho ms personal de Jo. Aunque claro, con algunos detalles suprimidos.Bsicamente la lucha, la esencia, ingenio, poder e influencia que tiene Rowling quedo plasmado con esta bella obra. Por ms que lo intente no puedo ser ms objetivo con mi opinin respecto a esta ya que sin duda esta una produccin que todo fan (incluy (C)ndome) de la saga de Harry Potter debe ver.
David H (fr) wrote: There has never been such an artistic way to describe jerking off on bunnies.
Tyler S (ru) wrote: If this movie stood alone I think it would have fared better. However it followed Get Shorty which in my opinon is a classic. This sequel didn't have the same flare and Coolness to even be in the same park as the original. An A list cast is the only thing that saves this dud.
Tiberio S (kr) wrote: There were some things to cherish here, least of all Heather Graham (a fine actress in a bad role), but the formula from the original was quickly losing steam as the show rolled on. It hung by a thread, one which would snap by the third installment.
Tyler W (gb) wrote: Average Grade A Cheesy 80's Slasher ..Worth A Watch On Fearnet...If U Like B-Horror Slashers!
Joby D (it) wrote: I've always wanted to see this--I like the title!
Yashesh J (nl) wrote: Born in 1431, Vlad the Impaler was one of the most intriguing figures in medieval history-more so for his title of 'Count Dracula' on which Bram Stoker based his famous novel.*** This review may contain spoilers ***Known for his unmatched tyranny and stories that cropped up around it, Vlad turned into a legend for the world. Yet, no accurate account of Vlad the Impaler exists. If some brand him as a downright sadist tyrant then others respect him as a hero/leader that brought together a warring nation (Wallachia of old, merged into modern Romania now) against the mighty Turkish forces.This film shows the heroic/patriotic/eccentric side of Vlad who ultimately, like a dark knight, took the fall for his country. He did all the dirty work-used the cruelest of methods to reform the nation that was being eaten away from the inside by power hungry Boyars (a Romanian rank of aristocracy), defied the Church and rid the country of thieves, beggars, smugglers and money launders. In six years of his reign he made his country so free of corruption that it is said a gold cup openly kept in the middle of town won't be touched by anyone. He has been shown as a devout Christian too and his ultimate goal was same as of the Church. However, their methods to achieve the eventual goal were poles apart-Church insisted on using 'love' whereas Vlad used 'fear' highhandedly. He even used his fear tactics in defeating an overwhelmingly large army of Ottoman Empire's Sultan. For a win/country, he was someone who would set aside morality and ethics. This is exactly what he did to the immense Turkish army-poisoned all water wells in outskirt villages, hit the depleted enemies with surprise attacks at night, instilled more fear in them by festering their path with impaled dead carcasses of killed enemies-and got the psychological edge. The thirsty/hungry army couldn't take this anymore, Sultan realized this man's horrors know no limit and he, eventually, decided to cut short his campaign.'Vlad Tepes' (tepes means spikes and his nick name came from the fact that Vlad use to impale the criminals on spikes as punishment) shows the first half of Vlad's life, rather a part of it as his childhood hasn't been shown but only referenced once, briefly. The second half of his life, his recapturing of throne and ultimate death haven't been dealt with in the film.I am not a qualified historian to judge the authenticity of the film but it seems like a very honest effort-one that shatters many previously held false beliefs.And finally some trivia! Vlad's father was Count Dracul and in Romanian added 'a' meant 'son of'. Hence, he came to be known as Count Dracula.This film had been in my watch list for a while and what I saw really enhanced my experience of world cinema. Highly recommended, specifically to history buffs. Do watch out for Stefan Sileanu, he gives a powerful performance as the Count.8/10
Hadi G (ru) wrote: This film is not just a classic Marxist experimentation in cinema. It does not bend under the frowning criticism of didacticism either. This is powerful as it can be. It turns the postcolonial on its head.
Joaqun F (ru) wrote: Una obra maestra, que ms all de hablar de la muerte y hacer un retrato de la idiosincrasia mexicana, tiene disertaciones acerca de la vida, del bien, del mal, miseria, el poder, la soberbia humana. Tiene aquello que se va olvidando con los aos, elementos bsicos y ancestrales del da de muertos, usos, costumbres, creencias populares te llevan de la mano y te mantienen al filo de tu asiento. Simplemente genial, increble, magistral!
Tiffany B (es) wrote: pre-code actresses were kick ass! Barbara Stanwyck gives a commanding performance! The undertone of parody about the men she uses to climb her way to the top is really genius.
Phil H (jp) wrote: Following on from 'Evolution' we see both the lycan and vampire species under threat from humans after being hunted down to the brink of extinction.You know what to expect here and boy do you get it in spades, slow motion high flying kills, double gun totting shooting, swishing blades, spurting blood and endless dumbass man fodder to thicken the brew. In short its exactly like the newer 'Resident Evil' films and you half expect Jovovich to pop up and take over. The super lycan serum which results in an uber lycan is pretty much the pinnacle of crapola in this franchise now, a total 'Resi Evil' idea type rip-off and it lowers the overall class of the whole series. The plot isn't tooo bad, they manage to carry it on quite well and do a good job with keeping Corvin around despite Speedman not being involved, but the rest of the cast is pretty awful really. Charles Dance seems to be there only to provide a new Viktor type character and he clearly has difficulty speaking with his fangs in, he even tries some of Nighy's head movements. The rest of the supporting cast all come across as B-movie fare frankly, even previous vampire actor Rea can't help the cause.The whole film feels very basic really. Some terrible CGI effects (worse than the previous films), bad greenscreen scenes, the lycans look like shaven rats, transformations are pretty dreadful looking, the 'vision' perspective looks crap and the young Eve looks like something outta 'Mortal Kombat'. Everything basically looks plastic and fake.End of the day it does what it says on the tin and we all know what this film is about so I can't moan too much, but I just get the feeling they should of left it alone. They really have gone way way over the top with all the slow motion action sequences. The fact that Selene can kill endless lycans yet no one else can, just destroys your suspension of disbelief...even in this universe. Yes its an over the top fantasy flick but there is still a limit for any Mary Sue type characters, or there should be.The thing is I can see this franchise really being completely milked into the depths of the 'straight to DVD' abyss. A shame as it is/was a half decent concept with some solid ideas and reasonable early entries. Alas this kind of W.S. Anderson-esque film making is becoming infuriating in a highly tacky way.