Uncle Adolf

Uncle Adolf

A young girl becomes the great love of the Nazi leader's life. It spans the years between 1929 and 1945, and focuses on Hitler's obsessive relationship with his niece Geli Raubal (Elaine Cassidy), which eventually led to the girl's suicide, then goes on to tell the story of how Eva Braun (Christine Tremarco) became his wife.

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E L (it) wrote: Combining the whimsical and the serious seems so effortless to Japanese anime film makers, unencumbered by the same expectations that western animators have about what should and shouldn't be in a fantasy film. The squabbling youkai are charming comedic characters, steeped in the idiosyncrasies of Japanese culture but still relatable. There is no end-of-world scenario except that might look like to a grieving lonely teenage girl, and the common human drama is handled with a comedic but ultimately heart-warming touch.

AnChi C (it) wrote: Ya...A movie fulls of pain...

Heather M (br) wrote: This was a terribly sad story. The cast was great and I really liked the ending.

Lee (fr) wrote: Independently made zombie tale with a tragi-romance theme about a newly married couple who's short-lived honeymoon is turned into a nightmare when the husband is turned into a flesheater after being attacked at the beach. It's not a film that's been made to show off some gore or yet another homage to "Night of the Living Dead", it's tried something different and it's to be commended for that. The story itself is heart-felt enough but the comedic moments seem out of place. There are a few bloody moments now and then but no gore typically seen in this genre. To be honest though I do prefer your more traditional zombie flick no matter how many times they've been done, but this one is still worthy of a watch.

Thomas K (us) wrote: hahaha! this is so unintentionally funny !

Matthew B (es) wrote: I hate this fucking movie.

Oscar H (us) wrote: En av mnga Alien-ripoffs frn ttiotalet. I Forbidden World, som r en semiuppfljare till en annan Alien-ripoff, Galaxy of Terror, handlar det dock inte om ngon egentlig utomjording utan om ett mnskligt experiment som gr fel p en rymdstation. Vldigt mycket r vlbekant, men en mycket sympatisk robot medverkar, vilket r ett stort plus. Dessutom avlser nakenscenerna varandra stup i kvarten, i samtliga fall med de tv kvinnorna i besttningen inblandade. Exempelvis solas det i ett rymdsolarium och duschas i en rymddusch. Varfr frklaras aldrig, men vad kan man vnta sig av en sdan hr rulle? Upplsningen r nog en av de mest ologiska som fastnat p film. Men, som sagt, vad kan man vnta sig?

Allan C (ru) wrote: Writer/director Larry Cohen follows up his cult classic with this okay but not as good as the original sequel. The monster baby epidemic continues and now the father of the first film's killer monster baby is part of one extremist group seeking to warn parents of a government conspiracy to kill their monstrous and dangerous babies. Frederic Forrest and Kathleen Lloyd play the main new couple who Ryan tries to help. Like most of Cohen's films, he infuses his low budget exploitation films with social commentary and here he tackles the abortion debate, which is not a topic you often see in genre pictures. However, on a straight entertainment level, this film isn't as exciting or subversively funny as some of this other films, but it's still a entertaining film and worth checking out for people who enjoy films about monster babies and such (especially when you have Rick Baker doing the monster baby special effects). And Cohen reuses the Bernard Herrmann score from the first film since Herrmann has passed away by the time this film was made, so anytime there is a Bernard Herrmann score, that's a good thing.

Bill K (it) wrote: The first 45 minutes are like a medical drama - except for the 2-headed gorilla. After the transplant, every shot of the 2-headed guy is god awful hilarious. No social commentary, just an insane premise put to film.

Hannah M (ru) wrote: I struggled to make it through this one. It's a very generic western, without really anything setting it apart. Fans of Gary Cooper or old westerns will probably enjoy it, but it just never set quite right with me.

David F (nl) wrote: Silent classic features Rudolph Valentino cementing his reputation as the exotic lover from far-off lands, the matinee idol of the Jazz Age to millions of young star-struck female fans. But unless your idea of entertainment is watching a pantomime of passion in the form of slow arm movements and languid and lengthy gazing into eyes, you may find yourselves looking at your watch a bit. However, as a historical record of Hollywood's early grandeur, one can forgive the creakiness in this opulent but cliched tale of a young married bullfighter's fatal dalliance with a bewitching aristocrat.