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The Sick House
Terror lurks in the old orphanage, beneath a disused London hospital - a Seventeeth Century malevolence, the Plague Doctor, has returned to complete his evil masterpiece...
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Jesse O (it) wrote: Even if you don't agree agree with Che Guevara's ideas and views on capitalism, I'd still recommend this movie highly, or even the book, because you do get to see how this journey shapes him into the Che Guevara the world knows. And you know, I would much prefer this type of movie rather than one that focuses on his post-revolutionary work since that would certainly skirt a middle-ground between people praising what he did and people deriding what he did. And both sides would have valid points. This film, on the other hand, since it doesn't focus on his 'work' as a revolutionary you can view the events of the film with an open mind. Basically the film is a road film with Ernesto and Alberto traveling from Argentina to Venezuela and what he sees during the trip, how, in his view, capitalism and colonialism have driven into poverty the people that used to own those lands, the constant struggle of the lower class to make enough money just to have a meal to eat, and the fact that there was, when he volunteered at the San Pablo leper colony, a separation between those that were sick and the doctors that he simply did not agree with. And how he wishes to end the separation between all Latin American countries and unite us all as a people, which is certainly an admirable goal. The way he was presented in this movie, he was a man of the people. And you have to wonder how he goes from, after the events of this film, an aspiring doctor to a revolutionary whose influence is still felt today. Certainly the events of this film helped shape what he would become, but that is certainly something that fascinates me. The film is certainly heartfelt and it's clear that the crew, at least the director and the producers, had a massive respect for the man because the film is as unbiased as can be. Just because it reflects Che's viewpoints doesn't mean it condones socialism or communism, the beauty of it is is that it lets you make up your own mind about it. The film also acts as a coming-of-age story because when Ernesto left he, and this sounds like a cliche, was still a boy. And throughout his trip you get a very clear change that there was something in him that changed, something that made him mature and look at the world with vastly different eyes. Of course a lot of this is in due part to Gael Garcia Bernal's performance as he certainly has that naive, boyish look at the beginning of the film. Again, at the end, he looks and feels like a completely different person so Gael definitely did a great job at selling the character being transformed by his experiences. That's not to say Rodrigo de la Serna, isn't great, because he is, it's just that Gael's performance is that good, it's certainly a more understated and while they do certainly tell you who he is, they don't beat you over the head with it. All in all, this is an absolutely incredible movie about a fascinating man and the experiences that changed him. It is informative and entertaining at the same time, so I certainly recommend this movie HIGHLY.
Sajeesh M (ru) wrote: superb.....remaining series to watch.....
EWC o (mx) wrote: Mostly boring (especially without subtitles) and extremely campy, even though it does leave its viewers feeling accomplished.
Gwen G (fr) wrote: Decided that I liked the original Lonesome Dove the best. It's not the same without Gus.
Craig C (br) wrote: Amazing film with breakthrough dogfight footage that inspired the X-wing battle of Death Star. A legendary epic of World War I. Essential.
Mister C (es) wrote: Groundbreaking as it was when it premiered in 1975,this was also very controversial. Set in the gritty streets of Harlem during the 1970's, this was crazy animation at the next level and this went way beyond Bakshi's previous works with a hint of Disney's "Song of the South" complete with stereotypes and all of the above. Complete with gangsters,drugs,and the mafia along with the rest of the crew. Could you believe that one of the biggest R&B singers of his day Barry White chose to do voicework for this? He did along with Scatman Crothers in this masterpiece of animation cimema.