The Third Generation
A mogul merrily funds terrorists to boost his computer sales, by panicking West German government and industry c. 1980, as the third generation of Western European left-wing activists forms, after crippling of the violent Red Army Faction. Released in 1979, largely unavailable until 2004. International kapitalist PJ Lurz's secretary is a gang member, while her Polizeikommissar father-in-law/lover hired Lurz' corporate security force.
- Stars:Harry Baer, Hark Bohm, Margit Carstensen, Eddie Constantine, Jürgen Draeger, Raúl Gimenez, Claus Holm, Günther Kaufmann, Udo Kier, Bulle Ogier, Lilo Pempeit, Hanna Schygulla, Volker Spengler, Y Sa Lo, Vitus Zeplichal,
- Director:Rainer Werner Fassbinder,
- Writer:Rainer Werner Fassbinder
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The Third Generation torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A whimsical ghost story that has continued to chill and thrill me throughout the years. My most favoritest Don Knotts film ever. This film is spazzingly endearing, and on a subtle- infantile level, capable of providing chills. The qualms I have with this film are minimal, and when placed into context of time, make more sense. For example the "everybody laugh at the stupid hobo" scene. This is a great film to see a younger child. Don Knotts antics and pantomimes are sure to keep children laughing for generations to come. "Attaboy Luther!!"
(au) wrote: Lost lawsuit states "RAPE IS AN OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD OF THE MILITARY".... ARE YOU FOR REAL?????? PLEASE WATCH, GIVE ME YOUR FEEDBACK....
(es) wrote: Coproduction Canal +/France Tlvision, la ct France Tlvision est beaucoup plus flagrant, un tlfilm pour dimanche pluvieux
(gb) wrote: Intimate portraits of what it is like living with bipolar disorder.
(kr) wrote: I love this movie a lot. Lucy Hale did a great job
(kr) wrote: This movie was excellent. Great story, fantastic direction great acting. Buddha be praised.
(kr) wrote: Maybe the story isn't that much and is a mashup of several movies together. but it became a good mixture of a good Mystery/Crime movies...With a great cast, huge plus!Anthony Hopkins as 'The Mentalist' :p The Winchester/Negan - Jeffery Dean Morgan always good to see him :pAnd Colin Farrell who was great as a villain!The ending is good and the final scene is awesome!I'll give it a 4/10.
(au) wrote: Crap acting, crap effects, crap story - they really shouldn't have botherd.
(gb) wrote: This is a kinda strange movie. But Amy Smart was in it so that was enough to get me to watch it.
(it) wrote: didn't care for this to much
(ru) wrote: An inspirational movie that modifies that cheating is only acceptable until the last champions game and then you have to show your peni.. And then you must be honest with yourself and prove that girls are actually minute when it comes to "soccer" or any other "sport".. RIP Jonathan Brandis.. RIP Rodney Dangerfield.. Life is precious, and god, and the bible..
(fr) wrote: Now, I wouldn't go so far as to call Witchboard a great movie, or even a great horror movie. It's definitely got a lot going for it, but it never quite peaks in my opinion. Instead of outright horror, it focuses more on terror and atmosphere more than anything. The film's plot involves a woman that begins talking to the spirit of a dead child through the use of a Ouija board. The spirit initially seems to be friendly, but soon becomes increasingly violent, murdering everyone around both the woman and her husband. The main thing that the film is known for is its pace. Under the right circumstances, I would prefer a movie that takes its time, but there are too many variables involved with this project that make me feel like maybe it shouldn't have been executed that way. The subject matter seems to call for quicker cuts and a faster pace. As a consequence, it tends to feel more like a Lifetime TV movie than a horror film. It's not a terrible film at all, it just needed a little more drive to keep things interesting.
(fr) wrote: A glimpse into the Polish immigrant community in Chicago? Stewart's character going from skeptical to sympathetic? Police corruption? Giving the inventor of the lie detector a cameo so he can explain how his machine works? You try to pull a viewer into too many directions and the whole thing starts to become tedious.
(gb) wrote: Interesting post apocalyptic movie. I'm not quite sure exactly what the actual plot was, but good acting by both Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson. It's a very slow paced movie.