Phillip and Dieter nearly suffocate hiding their sexual identity in the face of puritanical small town values. Joined by a mysterious German relative, the three misfits escape to the big ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Toilers and the Wayfarers
Phillip and Dieter nearly suffocate hiding their sexual identity in the face of puritanical small town values. Joined by a mysterious German relative, the three misfits escape to the big ...
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Holly K (fr) wrote: This movie is sad and disturbing but it so beautifully filmed and so touching to so many that it strikes to the heart.Olivia Harris's performance as a first time actress is amazing and her song is so beautiful at the end. The other children are fantastic and professional. Of course John and Molly do their parts with grace and interest.
Doug Z (ca) wrote: A great remake of the original. The theme regarding the pitfalls of blindly adhering to codes of conduct is universal.
Eddie L (mx) wrote: love is not to be heard but seen
Freeman M (ru) wrote: War docs just don't get any better, people.
Kym c my community profile R (br) wrote: well the boogyman apparently looks like a dark haired version of an X of mine. (lol) Now THAT?s scarry. This one takes place in a college dorm ?Hammond House? The kids of a few more days while they take finals before they leave. For vacation. The gore was ok. I thik it might have been better than the last one (but can?t remember it so really not sure) but I?ll give this one a C
Ron L (es) wrote: Makes you think about the meaning of love and of Islam, or religion, for that matter. This documentary also throws up some fascinating facts about homosexuality in Islam.
Kyle C (es) wrote: Not quite as funny as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, but it's probably on par with Superbad. Paul Rudd is easily becoming one of the funniest actors in Hollywood, and finally, they are releasing some funny movies because it's been a while since there have been some good ones but we've had a few this year. You know a movie is funny when Sean William Scott is the least funny one in the entire movie. Just make sure you are not watching this with your whispering eye. ;)
January R (ag) wrote: I don't care what critics say, I think it was really cute! John Cusak is a genius when it comes to playing a father....
Steve W (mx) wrote: A standard undercover cop movie, but its elevated with the performances of Andy Lau, Louis Koo, and that younger looking actor who plays a lot of villains. The fight scenes are just plain messy, but the suspense and character development was on the dot. A very fitting finale as well.
Donna D (es) wrote: The film leads the path from discovering the 14th reincarnation of the Buddha of Compassion, to the point in which the Dalai Lama chooses to leave Tibet in light of the Chinese taking over the country. He does not necessarily fear for his life, but realizes that he needs to remain alive for his people.Kundun grows up very protected and secluded. The monks raise him in the Buddhist belief and teach him the Four Noble Truths. He learns and lives compassion for all living beings. As he gets older he becomes more interested in the world and starts to follow world politics through newspapers. He is awe struck to find out that there is a prison in his country, and that there are monks that have guns. He demands to learn the truth about the political situation of his country. He tries to avoid conflict, but is forced into it. He is genuinely hurt by the news of his people being killed and forced to perform atrocities in the streets, and children forced to kill their parents. The film reminds me of how Gandhi was non-compliant, that is the same as the Dalai Lama was trying to achieve. He tells the Chinese that they can not liberate him only he can do that. This is in direct keeping of the Buddhist belief that suffering is real and that we are the ones to get ourselves out of suffering. Even when he was told by some of his council that action needed to be taken he refused. As he put it, " nonviolence takes time". He holds firm to the teachings of nonviolence. I found it interesting to learn that the Dalai Lama is not only the spiritual, but also the secular leader of his country. It seems that religion and politics have a hard time going hand in hand. I think it is one of those situations of all or none. If we could all strive to become nonviolent, regardless of a religious belief, our world might be better served.
Claire T (jp) wrote: it was rather good film, Michael J Fox stars at Doc Hollywood, it was a ok movie but I don't think I would want it on DVD, it starred David Ogden Stiers, Bridget Fonda and George Hamilton
Byron B (fr) wrote: Not too bad actually. Saw a video of it from OverDrive, which is a digital service many libraries offer. Didn't see the twist at the end coming. This might make an interesting companion piece to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth. I wonder if he saw it back when he said he first learned about the environmental crisis in college.
Marta K (es) wrote: Richard Widmark and Thelma Ritter . . . . oh yeah.
Stuart M (gb) wrote: It's hard to see what they were trying to do here. Meryl Streep is absolutely flawless in the lead, and Jim Broadbent is also excellent as her somewhat comical husband. But there is less than nothing to the film. It has no real plot and hasn't dramatized anything at all except the Alzheimer sequences that take up a disproportionate amount of time. Seriously, there is no context or background given for anything so somebody not up to date on her time as prime minister couldn't possibly learn anything from it. One shouldn't need crib notes before watching a film. Even those who know more or less what happened will simply find themselves watching brief five-minute long highlights from her time in office. The same could have been done using film clips and been made a documentary, except then it would have to actually explain things. At the end of the day the film has no core and tells us nothing about anything. A real waste of a masterful performance.
Nick B (us) wrote: A mountain of wasted talent. A mishmash of 90's tropes that never really works.
Lee B (ag) wrote: Great movie...action flick all the way, but who needs a plot? Just sit back and watch keanu do his thing...