Set during the Alaskan gold rush of the late 1800's. In his efforts to gain control of a small mining town, Sean McLennon is buying up every mining claim that becomes available, usually ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The North Star
Set during the Alaskan gold rush of the late 1800's. In his efforts to gain control of a small mining town, Sean McLennon is buying up every mining claim that becomes available, usually ...
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Megan J (au) wrote: LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS MOVIE!! by far one of my favorite movies I ever watched!
KBob H (jp) wrote: Definitely worth seeing. It's ashamed no one listened to him before and he's exiled now.
Al M (kr) wrote: As a reviewer below suggests, The Bleeding House bears many similarities to Michael Haneke's Funny Games except that it is never really disturbing or provocative. While it features solid acting and direction, The Bleeding House lacks genuinely creepy or unsettling moments, and ultimately just limps along toward its conclusion without any sense of horrific or philosophical payoff.
Dee P (ca) wrote: ni film yang bisa ngalahin seremnya cuma Shutter. Rese banget setannya, muncul g pake bilang... walhasil, kosan penuh dengan jejeritan. Mimiknya Padilla kalo mo liat setan sok sok datar menipu. huweekk.. loved him! ;)
Niclas H (nl) wrote: 2 av 5! Inte fullt s usel som frvntat!
Giorgio P (br) wrote: I appreciate Noel Clark's efforts, but i feel this sequel is a bit repetitive with bland dramatic dialogue which doesn't hold the same fast paced story like Kidulthood which is what these types of movies need to be.
Kyle M (de) wrote: A drama at its own standards with an atmospheric blandness and Hollywood cheese as the coating of unresolved improbability, overshadowing the performances of the cast. (B-)(Full review coming soon)
Synth D (nl) wrote: This is a pile of excrement.
Allan C (au) wrote: This is the second of an uncompleted "Strange Trilogy," the first of which was the also entertaining and underrated "Strange Behavior". A complete throwback to films sci-fi film of the 1950s like "Invasion of the Body Snatchers", this film tells the story of an isolated town who newcomers Paul Le Mat and Nancy Allen find their behavior rather peculiar. From there, the film takes some fun and outrageous turns. Directed by Michael Laughlin and written by Bill Condon, who would later go onto write and direct much classier of films like "Kinsey" and "Gods and Monsters". Lousice Fletcher, Wallace Shawn and June Lockhart also appear.
Lars J (ag) wrote: Turkiskt drama och ett gng straffngar p permission i ett politiskt oroligt Turkiet. Vl ute mrker de att livet i Turkiet r lika instngt, och lika svrt, utanfr murarna som innanfr. Knivskarp och stenhrd film utan ngot som helst ondigt larv. Att se filmen knns ungefr som att befinna sig i ett litet instngt rum som sakta tms p syre och nr filmen r slut knner man sig snudd p lika uppgiven som filmens karaktrer. Regissren och frfattaren Yilmaz G 1/4ney var en kurdisk regimkritiker som fngslades strax efter pbrjandet av inspelningen, och p ngot stt lyckades faktiskt filmen slutfras med hjlp av utsmugglade lappar med manus och regiinstruktioner. Som sagt, stenhrt.
Cole E (jp) wrote: Although Bill Murray's performance as Hunter S. Thompson is no where near as good as Johnny Depp's, the film still works with its writing and storytelling.
Juan Carlo V (fr) wrote: "High and Low" or "Heaven and Hell" is so much more than just a detective-thriler/crime drama...like it's ambiguous title. This is the masterpiece of the "police procedural" genre, and It really is!; but it's also so much more than just a crime/detective-thriller film... The meaning is complex/ dark and excellent. The film is always comparing the both sides and decisions of human life: the good and the bad, the poor and the rich, the high and the low...Heaven and Hell! The film is even divided into 2 "parts". The High and then The Low... Heaven and then Hell. Kurosawa is a Genious.. He did it again, Another Masterpiece!!!!! it had interesting/ excellent imagery, and a really well-crafted meaning of a modern Hell and a Heaven. I loved it! It means so much more... the train sequence is just pure gold.
Lee A (fr) wrote: I only remembered the animated sequence from when I was a kid and thought it would be fun to try with our kids. It was so much more and better than I remembered! The kids loved it, we loved it. The music and dancing was great. There was a great message on honesty that we could talk to our kids about. Did I say the music was great? Seeing a 20 piano musical number was pretty cool and I loved the Latin tang to it all. This is great fun for the whole family!
Walter M (ru) wrote: Seeking to get his significant other Paulette(Gaby Morlay), an actress, out of her professional rut, Philippe(Sacha Guitry, who also wrote and directed), a newspaper editor, arranges to interview Carl Erickson(George Gray), a visiting Hollywood star. Once at Carl's hotel suite, Philippe is surprised to find Claudine(Jacqueline Delubac), a young freelance writer and a friend, already there. While she asks the questions, he arranges for Carl to see a production of the play that Paulette is starring in. However, what was once professional, soon quickly turns personal. "Quadrille" is not bad, per se, just not as good as other Sacha Guitry movies I have seen recently, as his light touch does not work well with the kind of Hollywood type melodrama he is trying to make here. Even with the missed opportunity to say anything meaningful about the nature of fame, this is still the kind of sophisticated entertainment rarely made these days with adult references to people being together but not married, as that could quite possibly ruin everything. In any case, the rules of jealousy still apply.
Clay B (au) wrote: SAGEBRUSH TRAIL (1933)
Henry B (ag) wrote: A boring film that has to tell most of the information through excessive exposition Al subtitles that are a clear representation of the director's lack of artistic vision.
Quynh N (kr) wrote: pretty interesting phenomenon.