A train travels across Italy toward Rome. On board is a professor who daydreams a conversation with a love that never was, a family of Albanian refugees who switch trains and steal a ticket, three brash Scottish soccer fans en route to a match, and a complaining widow traveling to a memorial service for her late husband who's accompanied by a community-service volunteer who's assisting her. Interactions among these Europeans turn on class and nationalism, courtesy and rudeness, and opportunities for kindness.
- Stars:Carlo Delle Piane, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Silvana De Santis, Filippo Trojano, Martin Compston, Gary Maitland, William Ruane, Blerta Cahani, Klajdi Qorraj, Aishe Gjuriqi, Sanije Dedja, Kledi Salaj, Edmond Budina, Danilo Nigrelli, Carolina Benvenga,
- Country:Italy, UK
- Director:Abbas Kiarostami, Ken Loach, Ermanno Olmi,
- Writer:Abbas Kiarostami (screenplay), Paul Laverty (screenplay), Ermanno Olmi (screenplay)
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(us) wrote: Before watching this movie, I only knew the basic facts around Oscar Grant's murder at Fruitvale Station in 2009. This movie may not be what you expect (at least it wasn't what I expected.) It's about Oscar's last full day alive: New Year's Eve, 2008. The movie follows him as he wakes up with his girlfriend, shops for his mother's birthday dinner, and celebrated New Year's before being shot on the train platform of Fruitvale Station. This is truly a gripping movie filled with excellent acting and is worth an hour and a half of your time.
(us) wrote: This was a pretty funny movie. Thats as long as you don't have a problem with vulgarity. But then again if you are a juggalo then you will love this movie. It's kinda like a parody of all those classic western movies but with juggalo twist to it. Again if you're a fan of ICP and the other Psychopathic Records groups then you'll want to check this one out.
(fr) wrote: A near perfect movie. Cast is impeccable. Humorous throughout while maintaining an extremely dark and foreboding feel.
(it) wrote: One of the best Australian films I've seen in a long time. For some reason Australian actors just can't seem to do it for me (maybe cos it's so easy for me to tell when they're acting??) Great screenplay (although I found the middle lacked something - found myself getting a little restless for a brief moment there), but overall, fantastic film by writer/director Matthew Saville..
(fr) wrote: Best werewolves in a movie
(de) wrote: Unbearable shit I had to stop watching after maybe 20 minutes.
(it) wrote: A waste of good talent. Notable though that many of the locations were near my first Hollywood apartment.
(au) wrote: A dull CSI style mystery meets an old urban legend in this thin horror movie.
(ag) wrote: Paul Newman is unconvincing in the role of a semi-retarded private-eye.
(es) wrote: love triangle story. great songs.
(us) wrote: Great movie, wanted to see in for so long. Finally saw it on Cable with my fianc. Great Great movie.
(mx) wrote: Better version of Lucy.7/10
(fr) wrote: The Expendables isn't the kind of film that's meant to have a plot, let alone need one - its a summer blockbuster full of A-list stars, big, ballsy action and laden with huge explosions sure to entertain the average viewer. The film moves at such a pace that you don't really get time to stop and think about any kind of story featured in this very enjoyable action spectacular - this is what the movie does very well. Stallone, Statham, Dolph Lundgren and Jet Li are all at their trigger-happy best too.
(es) wrote: I guess you can't expect too much from a movie called Jenny's wedding, can you? It was slightly better than I thought it would be though.