The Odd One Out

The Odd One Out

Jere born on Christmas Eve 1960 is destined to be a butcher. His father is a butcher, his grandfather used to be a butcher and his brothers Cor, Bolle and Arie are taught to become butcher from an early age. But Jere is different, he likes to laugh and sing. His grandmother Moemoe helps him to achieve his dreams.

A slightly surrealistic film about Child, who grows up in a violent butcher family. He resists the family traditions and tries to overcome it by being himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam S (ag) wrote: Excellent, not just a big idealistic view but actual examples of full scale successful implementation of the right way to do healthcare.

S S (us) wrote: WORST buddy movie I've ever seen! with the decent animation, the movie is still BAD! Why? I can explain. this movie sure wasn't spooky, the acting is TERRIBLE. The Hound's quotes make no sense, the villains are idiots the plot is predictable and this movie has LOTS of cliche's. Finally we have the ending, the ending WORSE than The Lion King 2's ending.The villain is defeated with a FART!!!!

Erik H (gb) wrote: perfectly competent horror movie. not a ton of laughs for me, but some nice gore/tension and a fairly interesting story. i never really got attached to any character though, so it never hit the realm of "great" for me.

Sma A (mx) wrote: Very long and kinda boring...it dragged. The ending was stupid.

Adam F (es) wrote: "Brotherhood of the Wolf" features excellent sets, costumes and fully fleshed out characters inside a compelling story... except for the ending which goes in all kinds of weird directions and is downright awkward at times. The plot is about a renown hunter (Samuel Le Bihan as Gregoire de Fronsac) and his Native American partner Mani (Mark Dacascos) who are brought to the French countryside to confront the beast of Gevaudan, a huge, wolf-like monster. The movie takes its time to build its cast of characters well, including Mani, who has little dialogue but still feels like an integral and genuine person. There are a lot of interesting little themes and sub-plots that are explored in the film, like the superstition of the little country vs. the logic of the big city. There are some conspiracies and plots that prop up their head when it comes to the beast that is plaguing the countryside and with Mani and Gregoire de Fronsac we even get some exploration/character development on views of what defines a man and what defines a savage and a moderate pro-environment theme as well. There's actually quite a lot going on in the film, particularly when it comes to the whole mystery of what the Beast of Gevaudan actually is (animal? monster? myth?) and there's always something entertaining going on.Towards the end there are several sequences inexplicably, the movie turns into a martial arts action film. For most of the film, which runs nearly 2 and a half hours we've got a mix of a horror movie, a mystery thriller and a dramatic period piece so it's always throwing you for a loop on what is going to happen next. It's actually unfortunate that the story is such a mash of different styles because depending on which part you are most intrigued in (The mystery/thriller part of the film or the action scenes), at times you will find yourself waiting for your favorite genre to start up again. This really needed an editor to make some strong decisions and to cut back on some of the unnecessary material, if only to reduce the running time, but streamlining the story would have really helped. If you have the time and patience for it, it's an entertaining (if uneven) thriller with many great parts. (Original French language on Dvd, June 15 2012)

Eric H (de) wrote: Ben Affleck was the shizz NIT in this film. For the most part, the "How Did This Get Made" guys (and girl) have been doing great with their movie choices, but for whatever reasons, I thought this movie was actually kinda good.I mean sure, it has a horrible plot, the acting is awful, and don't get me started on the tongue-in-cheek Christmas jokes. But once you fight through those, it's surprisingly funny, quick and dare I say enjoyable. Most of the cast are tolerable, but I liked Gary Sinise most. It's not a movie to take seriously, of course, but at least it will keep you guessing without you asking it to. Nothing makes sense, and that's the best part.

bill s (kr) wrote: Purely for the kiddies but darn if I didn't like it too.

Hindnbrg E (au) wrote: Makavejev is a zany Yugoslavic pervert. Unlike "Sweet Movie" this film contains no scenes of retard hippies eating their own shit and puke, which is a big minus. But it really compensates for this loss by using Marianne Faithfull's cover of "The Ballad of Lucy Jordan" as its nutty theme song. And the scene of the dude with a knife in his face is also rad.

Mahesh P (nl) wrote: Really not as bad as everyone says.

Ben C (us) wrote: My first Ren Clair film. It contained a lot of elements similar to "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Miracle at Morgan Creek." Super funny and the actor who played the father to the witch nearly stole the movie, he was that funny. I didn't realize the main actor was Fredric March (two-time Oscar winner) until I saw the end credits. He did a fantastic job of a man torn between what he thinks is right and what he ends up feeling to be right. Veronica Lake (I didn't know who she was before this film) did a wonderful job as the gorgeous and flirtatious witch who learns a lesson in the end. Some of the lines were cheesy, but it served the movie well, considering it's a romantic comedy.

William R (jp) wrote: What a pleasant surprise! 28 Days Later was so entertaining and drew me into a deeply emotional and realistic world. The characters were each well developed and realistic; the story was hauntingly profound; and the cinematography was aesthetically pleasing and intellectually stimulating.

Hunter B (fr) wrote: I really hate to say it, but I somewhat enjoyed Max Payne. It spits on the famous video game franchise, but as a movie it is just you standard action flick. Max Payne is a guilty pleasure of mine.

James K (ag) wrote: Greed is a trope used in the realm of fiction to be associated with drama, and usually involves some very thematic elements to it. Yet the theme really has not been associated with the genre of comedy. Enter the 1963 film "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", a comedy that showcases a lot of funny talent, and that the idea of greed can be taken for a laugh. And of course, this is all done in a lighthearted manner. However, there are some major problems concerning the film, in general that go along with this movie. "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" is a comedy about greed, that you might want to use your time wisely while watching it.The story involves a crook (Jimmy Durante) who dies off a Californian highway, but a couple of travelers come and hear his last words. Those being that he has hidden a large sum of money ($350,000 to be more precise) and it's theirs. The group argues as to how the money should be split amongst everybody, so they come to the only logical conclusion that it's every man for himself. Herein lies a catch to the whole situation: the money is buried in a park under a big W. Eventually, the police get involved, including the captain (Spencer Tracy), and from here, things get really chaotic. Now, it's a race to see who can get to the big W first."It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" is a nice unique comedy that uses its subject matter of greed to its fullest. The plot is simple and easy to understand, so much so that a remake of this movie, "Rat Race", pretty much did the same thing. Now, since this is a comedy, a lot, and I do emphasize on this, a lot of comedians are in this film; there's even some surprise cameos thrown for good fun. And because of this, the comedy works very well within the boundaries of this movie. From slapstick, to jokes, the viewer can be ensured laughter will be had while watching this film. Even Spencer Tracy does a good performance in this movie. The direction is equally good, the stunts - both in the air and on the ground - are amazing, and the location of Southern California makes the cinematography worth it, albeit a lot of things have been changed, quite a bit. But what you're in for is the comedy, and you'll definitely get it here.But that's not saying that the movie has problems. For one thing, the main musical theme does replay itself quite a number of times, which can be a bit irritating on the ears. As stated before, there are several cameos from various famous comedians, but they are only on screen for short amount of time, which is fine, but the cameos could have been a bit longer. Speaking of time, the run time for this movie is nearly three hours long; it is really worth watching if one has some spare time on their hands. However, the payoff is definitely worth every minute of it.In conclusion, "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" showcases some really funny talent, albeit at a long length, by detailing what could happen if greed was taken in a much lighter and more comical tone.