Joseph K. awakes one morning, to find two strange men in his room, telling him he has been arrested. Joseph is not told what he is charged with, and despite being "arrested," is allowed to remain free and go to work. But despite the strange nature of his arrest, Joseph soon learns that his trial, however odd, is very real, and tries desperately to spare himself from the court's judgement.
- Stars:Kyle MacLachlan, Anthony Hopkins, Jason Robards, Juliet Stevenson, Polly Walker, Alfred Molina, David Thewlis, Michael Kitchen, Tony Haygarth, Douglas Hodge, Jirí Schwarz, David Schneider, Ondrej Vetchý, Valérie Kaplanová, Jirí Ded,
- Director:David Hugh Jones,
- Writer:Franz Kafka (novel), Harold Pinter (screenplay)
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(kr) wrote: This is the cheesiest of the trilogy, by there is something about it that still makes it slightly entertaining...
(kr) wrote: Really not bad... original idea. Nice to see Nip/Tuck's Julian McMahon on screen again... above average DTV thriller.
(us) wrote: A total waste of time in my opinion.. If there was something like negative stars, I would have rated this movie that! The movie was so terrible that they repeated the same scenes at various times in the movie! i mean even a person who was half asleep could easily decipher that. Terrible casting, terrible CGI, terrible plot.. just totally terrible.
(jp) wrote: This is not the edgy satirical inside Hollywood comedy drama that it should have been.
(nl) wrote: A sad conclusion to the highly impressive series, and the amazing movie preceeding it. I was sadly disapointed with this one.
(ca) wrote: I was expecting something reached, but got something that was actually quite entertaining. I laughed a lot during this film. It's pretty low budget and doesn't have the greatest plot in the world, but the characters are fun. Plus, this was filmed in my home state, and it did give me a feeling of home. It's not a masterpiece, but it gets a thumbs up in my book.
(ag) wrote: New York Times Review - june 2005 17th - The Life of an Orphan During Wartime.As "The Great Water" begins, Lem Nikodinoski (Meto Jovanovski), an aging Macedonian politician, suffers a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital. In his last moments of life, he flashes back to an incident in his youth, when, as a 12-year-old boy orphaned in World War II, he was captured and shipped to a camp for the children of ideological offenders.There, we see the young Lem (Saso Kekenovski) subjected to Stalinist indoctrination and cruel neglect. Lem's only respite is his tentative friendship with a mysterious older boy named Isak (played by the young actress Maja Stankovska in a stunning performance that utterly obscures her true sex.) When Isak begins a romance with the institution's assistant warden, Olivera (Verica Nedeska), a fervent Communist ideologue, Lem vengefully destroys Olivera's beloved bust of Joseph Stalin. This act of sabotage leads to an orphanagewide search for the culprit and, finally, a heartbreaking act of betrayal."The Great Water," adapted by Mr. Trajkov and Vladimir Blazevski from the novel by Zhivko Chingo, is a somber, poetic, at times inscrutable film. Its social-realist story takes sudden, unexpected swerves into magic realism, as, for example, when Isak's experiments with witchcraft prove capable of changing the weather. At times, the voice-over of the adult Lem (dubbed in the English version by Rade Serbedzija) provides an overly literal explanatory gloss on the flashback story.But what makes the film worth watching are the extraordinary performances by the more than 250 children cast as orphans. The young actors were trained by the renowned children's acting coach Mykola Heyko (who worked with the 5-year-old hero of the Academy Award-winning Czech film "Kolya"). Like many films about the suffering of children in wartime ("The Tin Drum," "Forbidden Games," "Au Revoir les Enfants"), "The Great Water" is difficult to watch, and just as difficult to forget.
(nl) wrote: This movie is well made. I actually hate documentaries, but this one really did for me, simply wonderful! AAARRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(gb) wrote: Mila Jovovich stars (but saw it for Stephen Dorff of course) a tale of revenge & a lesson for ?men? never ?mess? w/ women because you may never know what we?ll do in the end! You might be the one to get your ass kicked or worse! Big Al a big brute of a @!% & Kat (Jovovich) illegally sell handguns & stolen goods. However in a fit of jealousy, in a rage Al beats her. Her friend Vic & Reily try to help her leave Al. They want to kill him but Kat is manipulative & works the revenge plot another way?C
(ca) wrote: It's just not that funny.
(br) wrote: Joe Ezsterhas was such a gloriously shitty writer
(ru) wrote: Quit after 15 minutes. Bill Murray's accent is terrible.
(gb) wrote: i can't wait to see it!