The Tattooed Widow
Ester is the perfect grandmother everyone expects her to be. But she unexpectedly inherits an old aunt and gets a big apartment and a lot of money. She decides to leave her husband, children and grandchildren to start her life over. Before long, she has four men who court her and she feels young once again.
- Stars:Mona Malm, Gösta Bredefeldt, Göran Forsmark, Pia Johansson, Maria Kulle, Per Graffman, Erland Josephson, Sven Wollter, Ingvar Hirdwall, Jan Malmsjö, Niklas Falk, Håkan Fohlin, Gunilla Nyroos, Viktor Friberg, Lakke Magnusson,
- Country:Sweden, Norway, Denmark
- Director:Lars Molin,
- Writer:Lars Molin
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(gb) wrote: This is how it is on a mish. If you want to see what has happened to one of the most ancient, wise, sophisticated, spiritual and artistic cultures on earth in the last 200 years, watch Toomelah.
(kr) wrote: You don't at all need to be a fan of Hockey, sports movies or Sean William Scott to enjoy Goon. I know because I don't care for any of them and I still thought it was great.Less cask wine than expected though.
(es) wrote: Arti film, men man fr litt vel teatralsk lissom...Herlig katharsis-scene p slutten da. Helt ok film dersom man er ute etter litt enkel svarthumor!
(kr) wrote: It's bad. Laughable at times. Good hearty laughs. It's either too serious and you laugh at the real actors or it's not funny enough. "let's down a bottle of whiskey before I operate on you." "let's down another and shoot some zombies before I drive off. Could've been scary or spoofy but it never knows what it wants to be and fails at both.
(ca) wrote: A good action movie with no "good guys" and a lot of guessing until the end...
(es) wrote: Maybe it's nostalgia, maybe it's the memorable cast, but this delightful family film always has me smiling.
(de) wrote: This film is godly up until the last 30 mins or so when it attempts to become an art house film and fails, thus blowing any suspense built up for the ending. Before the final 30 mins though, this film is sad and touching, filled with very likable, believable characters and carried by some really fitting, well done music. This film would easily be 5 stars if the ending wasn't so stupid.
(mx) wrote: Well that's diffucult now to write about a film that everybody special critics love it. It's more diffucult to me beacuse T. Aggelopoulos is from Greece to. But realy I was slept in theater for first time. What a boring film so slow ( as the title) that make your nerves crash so empty so nothing give.. Yea great name Aggelopoulos but that's it. If the movie did't take you from hand and travel your mind from the begining, make your hard and your body one with it I think that director lost the game. That's simple my opinion.
(kr) wrote: The first story is better than you'd think, and the second is actually pretty boring. The premise is awesome for a TV show (I think this was actually a TV pilot that never got picked up), but it's not a very good movie.
(ca) wrote: finally checked it out you should do the same!
(de) wrote: Paul Thomas Anderson's first film. Definitely his weakest but his directing and writing were already top-notch from the beginning. Add in some fine performances especially from Phillip Baker Hall and you have a great little drama. The story itself is pretty minor and can be slow moving at times.
(nl) wrote: We have it on no less an authority than Leo Tolstoy that all happy families are the same, but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. I am not quite sure, however, that Count Tolstoy had in mind a family like the one we meet in "Murmur of the Heart," Louis Malle's warm, human, very funny movie about incest. You will agree that this family, at least, is happy in its own way. There's a lot of character depth in Murmur that a plot description doesn't really do justice to, and Laurent has all the trappings of smoldering performance in Ferreux's first screen role. (Too bad then that he never really did much career wise, languishing in small roles ever since.) Malle takes this simple story and pumps it full of depth -- the twin horrors and joys of being a kid, the hypocrisy of the rich, the politics of marriage, all filtered through the eye of French disillusionment in the 1970s. Even the title is full of meanings. It doesn't just refer to Laurent's malady, but also to his emotional development, as his heart is murmuring its way into a discovery of what love is. VERDICT: "Full Price" - My second highest rating (Positive to Mixed reaction). This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent.
(au) wrote: Not a great Western, far from a classic, but good fun nonetheless. At the end it contains one of the best cattle stampedes that has undoubtedly ever been filmed!
(de) wrote: hammer at its finest
(es) wrote: Oh my God, I love Michel Simon.
(au) wrote: Weird comedy where a man born again trough reincarnation end up falling in love with his own daughter. Don't get me wrong, there is a lot of stuff in the middle that i found amusing, but that ending where the mom (who knows that it is the girls father reincarnated) literally approves the match up between father and daughter. No blood relation but still!
(it) wrote: An okay sequel. These movies are super dumb, but kind of fun as well.
(mx) wrote: This film follows the drama of stampeding last-minute Christmas shoppers as they fight over a limited and very popular not-Iron Man doll. It establishes a world where dads must prove their love and worth by pulling off this one crucial gift-giving gesture. Which dad will pull it off and be the best: Sinbad's disgruntled postal worker cliche, Phil Hartman's best Ned Flanders post-Maude impression, or Arnold Schwarzenegger's confusingly buff white collar work-a-holic dad impression? Which bratty 90s child even deserves this doll? Amid all the shopping chaos, this film raises the question, what have we become? Then instead of answering it, more chaos ensues, and then it raises another question, what has become of this film? In the end, you'll be too exhausted to care and too enamored with Schwarzenegger's awkward face acing and flawless delivery.Tagline: How far will you jingle?
(ca) wrote: Would you let your dream go for the sake of love of your life!I watched it specially for Scott Eastwood. I did not like his performances in the previous films I had seen, so expected this one to change my perspective and I'm truly happy with it. If you are a romance novel and film fan, then you probably would have heard the name Nicholas Sparks. I haven't read his books, but I surely love almost all the films based on his material. So expected this film to be another romance masterpiece, but it was not, not entirely.Yep, it is not a great film, but still a beautiful and enjoyable film. The cast was good, especially I love anything with Britt Roberson. The film had dual layer narration, one being set during the 40s onwards and the other was the present time tale. Both of them were about the young romance and their fight to overcome various issues surrounded their relationship. Kind of original and that's the best quality of this film.I think the director did his best who's known for some fine works. The film should have been a lot better, only if it was a bit emotionalised, which is very essential for a theme like this. I thought the final scene was cliche, but after waiting for a few more seconds, I relieved for changing its course in the final minute to conclude decently. The drawback was the length of the narration and the overall slow pace, other than that mostly you won't end up disappointed with this. Recommended!7/10
(gb) wrote: Sorry but zoo animals, sex and Kevin James just doesn't go well together.