A story about women, set in the present and in 1950s Warsaw. The main character is Sabina, a quiet, shy woman who has just turned thirty. Clearly, she lacks a man in her life. Her mother ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A story about women, set in the present and in 1950s Warsaw. The main character is Sabina, a quiet, shy woman who has just turned thirty. Clearly, she lacks a man in her life. Her mother ...
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Taryn F (ru) wrote: A very good heartwarming story but a stuffed up family!
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Ken D (gb) wrote: This was not as bad as I thought that this would have been. You have to kind of remember the target audience for this one as well as it seemed to be more of a young female pre teen audience. With that being said, this was better than I thought. Thje acting was on the kind of poor side and the climactic ending wasn't all that climactic, but it did have some decent moments of tension and a decent story line to go with this.
Soham S (de) wrote: The best hollywood movie of all time. Brilliant acting, screenplay & well written.
Greg W (nl) wrote: not bad 'buddy comedy'
Alex K (au) wrote: My Favorite Biographical Film Is 1993's Schindler's List.
Adam P (es) wrote: great acting on all fronts and i love seeing a very young Michael Cera as america Hoffman the movie can be a little slow at times though
Derek B (us) wrote: Anyone that would critic this film against the likes of a Blazing Saddles clearly doesn't get the point. This is what I call a burner film; it's even more of a spoof than most spoofs. We're not talking Young Frankenstein where there is clearly respect for the original tale, or Robin Hood: MIT where they're just having a blast. This film makes the ridiculous of Star Wars even more so, and takes some shots that are great. I love this movie.
Jephrie B (kr) wrote: Powerful documentary. A champion of equal rights FAR ahead of his times
Daniel D (ca) wrote: My thoughts are somewhat scattered from my viewing ofFantastic Planet, the film starts off suave as hell with the electronic score and the opening film title:Le Plante SauvageIn this fanastic (or wild plaent, going by direct translation) blue intellectual faints rule over humans. Similar to human interaction with animals, some of the giants consider the humans pests (although acklonledging their high organizational skills), while some of these humans are kept as pets with collars and getting dressed up in ridiculous clothing. While this is just a micro allusion that the film makes, there's a lot of greater symbolism.The two main themes I reached were oppression (through political systems) and knowledge (which is a tool to fight oppression). It's hard to say which system each life of our protagonist represent. When Terr was kept as a pet to the blue giants, he's like an object of the state. When the domesticated Terr goes into the wild, he joins a more communal system, but which still adores and relies on it's leaders. While it feels that the film is pointing towards the cold war in it's symbolism- space ships representing the scientific exploration for example- it's hard to make a distinction creating a capitalistic and communistic system. Perhaps the film shows they're closer to the same than they're given credit for. Regardless in both systems knowledge brings power, and in both systems it's oppressed.The animation is very stoic, often leaving lots of blank space, and rarely fluid. There are many great "sanpshots" in the film, often showing creativity, and the images our interesting. But I can't say I'm overly impressed by the animation itself, simply since I've seen more appealing.The film left me somewhat unaffected, it has some thought provoking spiritual and political under tones, but nothing that lasted.
Lance H (us) wrote: Crazy ass seventies western spoof. Very funny for those with the right sense of humor...and boring as hell for those who don't.
Claigh Y (gb) wrote: * The performances of the 4 actors (Winslet, Waltz, Reilly & Foster) carry a film which could have easily been a boring 80 mins. * Interesting to see each character completely go off the rails at different points as the film progresses. * Managed to keep the feel of a theatre production. The rhythm of the film felt natural and not too forced*