Torte Bluma is a sobering film inspired by a real-life episode in the life of Franz Stangl (played by Stellan), the German commandant at the Treblinka Extermination Camp, and the Jewish prisoner who cooks his meals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Torte Bluma is a sobering film inspired by a real-life episode in the life of Franz Stangl (played by Stellan), the German commandant at the Treblinka Extermination Camp, and the Jewish prisoner who cooks his meals.
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Jack D (gb) wrote: I loved it, it doesn't have to be scary to be good
Sawrose C (ca) wrote: Fantastic movie..story seems to b typical Bollywood movie but well presented n acted .. Got wt expected from chetan bagat though never got chance to read book .....
Drake F (au) wrote: Good just like the first movie this one is super funny just like the first one
Sergio Z (nl) wrote: This piece of s**t is even worse than the first movie. It's a f**kin vampire wannabe movie and has all the stupid ass cliches of those movies. It's so not funny that it's offensive, it makes Twilight look like a f**kin masterpiece. This movie proves that Lucas (Fred) is a sellout and an attention whore.
Irene M (ag) wrote: so not worth the time spent. Have promised myself to NEVER watch a movie without checking its metacritic rating EVER AGAIN.
Artur C (nl) wrote: Technically impressive but still unimpressive as a whole.
Darrell I (nl) wrote: 2nd time seen in preparation of part 2.. Still thought it was a great movie.
David S (ca) wrote: Very good, inteligent
MF J (fr) wrote: A good action/adventure film about horse races in the desert. It's beautifully shot and the cast in brilliant.
Serge L (nl) wrote: I don't think that it is psychologically accurate but the film stands. Even after the reveal, we can play at who is the killer(s). It is a better slasher film. The actors are doing an excellent job with their identities. They are all looking very real. The film pushes the enveloppe nicely. The script at the end makes sense only in the realm of cinema, this is not reality. I wonder, and maybe it is possible, to have the same or similar ending that would be more true to reality. Would it give ideas to the devil?
LaDonna S (it) wrote: Bad ending! But good introduction for that movie.
Joetaeb D (de) wrote: Visual gag driven to the point of being totally intolerable. Mr. Magoo forces the legendary late Leslie Nielson to play along in a mess that's painful from start to finish
Juliano K (jp) wrote: Simple, twisting really well acted.. slow piece although pretty entertaining! Grab a hot cocoa, some popcorn, hold your S.O.'s hand and enjoy the trip!!
Maddie S (es) wrote: Definitely worth watching again!
Gregory W (nl) wrote: good movie however it is so obvious that Fonda doesn't smoke! Don't play a smoker when u can't even fake being a smoker!
Eric B (ru) wrote: If you've seen one, you've seen the rest. Each movie in the series follows the same formula. In the hands of a better director and a better producer, this could've been a classic. But all the defects of Japanese cinema are present, the theatrical acting, the wooden dialogue, the exaggerated reactions, I hate them. This is a series in need of a modern remake.
Laurent B (gb) wrote: Un tres bon film de Kim Ki-duk qui a signe sinon son meilleur film, un des 3 meilleurs avec Locataires et Printemps, ete, automne, hiver et encore printemps. On y retrouve un energie et une violence justifiee bien que confinant a la cruaute envers les animaux notamment. Le ton reste juste tout comme dans The coastguard et surtout le film a le merite de parler des enfants metis nes des amours entre des soldats americains et des corennes. On retrouve un propos tres dur sur la militarisation de la Coree que le realisateur avait deja aborde avec The Coastguard. Rappelons a quel point la separation des deux Coree a marque le pays du matin calme au point que de tres nombreux films de la nouvelle vague coreenne de ces dernieres annees abordent le theme.
Graham M (jp) wrote: The whole 'blind guy and deaf guy take on criminals' premise may just be an excuse for a series of unlikely scenarios but it's a gimmick that made me laugh a lot more than many other comedies have recently.