The Royal Tenenbaums

The Royal Tenenbaums

An estranged family of former child prodigies reunites when their father announces he has a terminal illness.

Royal Tenenbaum and his wife Etheline had three genius children and then they separated. When Royal Tenenbaum announces he is terminally ill, the family reunites. Virtually all memory of the brilliance of the young Tenenbaums was subsequently erased by two decades of betrayal, failure, and disaster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nicole O (it) wrote: Where does Bahrani find these actors? They're amazing and real, and I don't ever want to see Sandra Bullock or Sean Penn again.

Robert I (gb) wrote: I LOVE this movie!!! A sequel/prequel that really works. I love Norman Bates so much because of Tony's performance. Outstanding actor, outstanding character, outstanding series. Bless you all. Hey, Mick Garris! Rock N' Roll!

Jochen W (ca) wrote: Die Ideendichte wird langsam etwas hher in Almodvars viertem Film, aber dennoch geht mir das gewollt Schrille in seinem Frhwerk eher etwas auf die Nerven. Danach kam MATADOR, und damit ein Quantensprung in seinem kreativen Schaffen.

Johnathon W (mx) wrote: Delightful film that on paper should be ridiculous, but instead is one of the better science fiction thrillers ever made. The premise of H.G. Wells actually building a time machine only to have Jack the Ripper steal it to travel to the future should be preposterous, but the cast & crew embrace the idea so well it works perfectly. Malcolm McDowell is superb as Wells, in a rare turn as a hero, playing him as a Victorian gentleman who both embraces & his horrified by the future (he loves the technology & social changes but is upset that war & violence continues). He's matched perfectly by David Warner, he gives real menace & intelligence as Jack the Ripper while Mary Steenbergen makes a fine love interest (her chemistry is so good with McDowell, they got married in real-life afterwards). Behind the camera, Nicohals Meyer crafts a fun science fiction film that has fun with time travel (Wells tries to go by the name Sherlock Holmes, not knowing how popular the character still is in present day) while still tackling some serious issues (Jack says the level of violence in the 20th century makes him look like an amateur). He keeps the drama fairly exciting as well and will keep you guessing to what happens next. Overall, proof that it's not the idea but the execution in how to make a great science fiction thriller.

Scott C (ag) wrote: A bit disappointing, but atmospheric.

Gabriel C (br) wrote: In his directorial debut, Quentin Tarantino scores big. "You ever listen to K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s? This is my personal favorite."