A very instructive series of views exploiting the milling industry. The views depicting the process of manipulation of lumber in its chronological order. The order of pictures is as follows... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Vtor M (jp) wrote: A melhor razo para v-lo Kristin Scott Thomas, absolutamente convincente como o frgil, mulher sociedade obcecada-status cuja extravagncia no pode mascarar seu desespero, mas o diretor Martha Fiennes no consegue amarrar os demais muitos fios juntos. Ele se arrasta demasiado uma argumentao fragil demasiado lentamente para realmente encantar.
Kevin R (es) wrote: The only reason I don't charge you with sexual harassment is because I don't think you have a dick. An FBI agent that specializes in bomb and hostage situations has recently been reprimanded for his actions during a case. A similar case with similar hurdles arises and instead of making the decisions on the case on his own, he seeks outside assistance to resolve the situation. He works with another federal agency to find unique measures to bring down the serial bomber. "Were you thinking of reelection?" "Yes." "Think again." Christian McIntire, director of Phantom Force, Landspeed, and Silent Warning, delivers Antibody. The storyline for this picture is weird and seemed like a mix of Innerspace and The Negotiator (but not as good as either film). The action scenes were mediocre and the acting was average. The cast includes Lance Henriksen, Robin Givens, and William Zabka. "If things go off we're going to need a mop." Antibody was a movie I came across on Halloween airing on Showtime. My daughter and I watched this film and I felt this film had some potential. This film had some interesting sequences and ideas; but overall, this movie comes across as akward and strange. I do not recommend seeing this picture. "I have some bad news, I have some really bad news, and I have some even worse news." Grade: C-
Martin D (es) wrote: The 1994 drama Once Were Warriors told a sad but compelling tale of violence and alcoholism in New Zealand's Maori community, and What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? picks up the story several years later, though the focus is less on an individual family than the spread of gang warfare among the modern-day Maori. Jake and Beth Heke (Temuera Morrison and Rena Owen), the combative couple in the first film, have now split up, Beth having lost her patience with Jake's alcoholism and violent temper. Beth has moved on and lives with her new boyfriend, and while Jake also has a new relationship, his binge drinking and violence have continued unabated. Jake's eldest son, Nig (Julian Arahanga) has fared little better in life, and dies in a fight with a member of a rival gang. At Nig's funeral, Jake is confronted by Beth and his younger son, Sonny (Clint Eruera), who feels Jake abandoned his family and doesn't mind telling him so. Sonny decides he must avenge Nig's death and joins forces with Nig's girlfriend Tania (Nancy Brunning) and his pal Mookie (Tammy Davis) to exact their own kind of justice. However, an unpleasant run-in with the Black Snakes gang only earns them more enemies. Jake, meanwhile, is dropped by his girlfriend and sinks even deeper into the abyss of his demons. What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? was directed by Ian Mune, continuing the story begun by filmmaker Lee Tamahori.
Aj S (ag) wrote: Bobcat Goldwaith's directoral debut is an interesting one at that. The film IS sloppy placed together, I can see exactly what it's trying to do, the seperate classes of clowns representing society and Palookaville representing our working class enviroment. But, I guess this being Bobcat's first directing gig, he didn't really find the right direction to take this interesting concept. However, being a fan of really dark comedies, I will agree with a few other critics, this is totally the "Citizen Kane" of alcoholic clown movies. Great cameos by early prime comedians; Adam Sandler, Blake Clark, Bruce Baum, Tom Kenny, and YES even Robin Williams as a foul-mouthed Mime (whoa, that was weird).
scott g (gb) wrote: Pretty entertaining british film from the 60s concerning a american wo,man in london enrolling her daughter in a school, then when time to pick up, no acount of her, her motives along with her brother and also her sanity are brought into question by the police, as the investigation grows, it gets more desperate with evidence mounting on both sides questioning everyone in question, and although the third act reveal isnt a revelation, and turns the style of film into more of a thriller with the bad guy letting it all out, the film plays well, and it works with first half, and it rolls along nicely, its never dull, and while acting isnt top notch it never deters from film and a satisfying conclusion to it all
Adam R (it) wrote: 1776 offers a glimpse of how the Continental Congress declared American independence, granted several liberties were naturally taken. William Daniels is truly outstanding in this and portrays John Adams very passionately. The one thing I think this film could have been better without is the sexual combustibility. The innuendo was disgracefully overdone at times and felt out of place. Other than that there were a few songs I didn't care for, but it remains a fine patriotic musical on the whole. (First and only full viewing - Early July 2013)
Nilufer R (gb) wrote: It was a cute movie I'd say. I liked the cast as well, especially the music teacher was adorable. It wasn't at all a funny movie to me, however it wasn't very sentimental either. It felt more like a family drama to me, I'd love to cry some, I just couldn't get in the mood.
Courtney K (fr) wrote: i thought this was quite good! i wonder why the audience didn't like it as much... i must not have been paying very good attention in the beginning, because when they started talking about putting iron everywhere in their house i thought "oh that reminds me of that one book i read about changelings" -- sure enough; this movie was about changelings. i think it's very well done, too. i'd recommend it!
Max C (es) wrote: A poignant portrayal of the woes of illegal immigrants, who steadfastly contend with the ill-fated odds that seem to be their normalcy. Though they routinely toil in isolation and desolation amid the inhospitable streets of London, their luck is about to change as they muster every strength within to engage the odds this one last time. I am - however - compelled to say that: Ejiofor's performance was a tour de force!