Under the Snow

Under the Snow

Following the unusual connection made between four workers at different stages of their lives, Under the Snow captures factory life in a way rarely seen: personal, flirtatious, introspective.

Following the unusual connection made between four workers at different stages of their lives, Under the Snow captures factory life in a way rarely seen: personal, flirtatious, introspective. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Pasha A (nl) wrote: Just some beautiful picture frames and that's all!

Alexander C (us) wrote: Flask: Well, you know how that old saying goes, 'What goes around, comes around'! Andr Benjamin: PercivalBig Boi: Rooster (as Antwan A. Patton)Paula Patton: AngelTerrence Howard: TrumpyMusical set in the Prohibition-era American South, where Piano playing Percival and club manager Rooster must contend with gangster villains who have their eyes set on the club while his piano player and partner Percival must choose between his love, Angel or his obligations to his father.I knew ages ago I'd love this film being a massive fan of OUTKAST. Right from the word go the artistic range and depth of soul is apparent. Also being a huge fan of musicals this free-form style that Idlewild has really sparks my heart.Andre shows he's a talented actor as well as musician, along with his partner Big Boi. Terrance Howard also plays a brilliant villain of the piece who will have you seething.The songs will have you clicking your fingers and tapping in time and all that jazz.Costumes, effects(Love the Rooster Flask with its scratchy cartoony voice) and the feel to the movie all just seem to click and gel, giving that 1930s resonance to the film on a whole. The story and characters are all multi-layered and have depth, making them more than 2D cutouts.I think I'd go far as to say this is better than Dreamgirls.An artful soulful musical movie that will stand out for years to come. Play the Rooster song again please...

MF J (de) wrote: This excellent thriller is the original film on which Martin Scorsese based his film: The Departed. Very well written, original, interesting and quite thrilling, this film is well produced, shot nicely and acted by a bunch of talented actors. Nothing to reproach to this film, highly entertaining and gripping.

Thomas B (ru) wrote: It's a complete original that manages to bring together a crazy amount of stories, but there are so many competing plot points that it occasionally gets a little too weird. Full review later.

Oliver C (it) wrote: A spectaculat documentary about the influence of a free and open market on the agricultural and industrial complex of Jamaica reveals WTA foreign aid as a snare.

Samantha X J (ca) wrote: I have a particular soft spot for Pre movies. Though Leto's performance in 'Prefontaine' (1997) captures the physical aspects of Pre (as I remember him) better, the overall casting here is superior.

Jeff R (nl) wrote: Paul Newman's best role to date I rank this film at #2. # 1 is Slap Shot. It was a little slow but it picked up when the action came on. I'm not that big on long dialogue scenes, but I let this one slip by.

Shayan S (mx) wrote: Ah Woody Allen. A director that, surprisingly as a kid, i heard so much about for his witty humor and his simple but yet very touching and warmhearted romances. And sure he had a rocky career after the mid 80's, but since the release of Midnight in Paris (a film i'm eagerly gonna try and watch at some point.) he's been reaching his glory once again. And with Cafe Society coming out soon, i thought i would try and watch his first directorial and praised film: Annie Hall. And after a surprisingly short 1 hour and 33 minutes, is the film good and better yet does it even make me a fan of his style of comedy and romance? Honestly, yes and yes. Honestly i wasn't expecting to be blown away from this film all that much, especially without hearing much about Annie Hall other than it being a good film, and i was luckily happy enough to enjoy the film A LOT. While i do think that i wish the main characters themselves were a bit more likable to understand some of the choices they make from their relationship & some of the cinematography is a tad bit stale (which Woody Allen has been known to lack,) i have to say the film is still a very comedically funny and dramatic trip i had fun with. The positives were: The performances from Diana Keaton & Woody Allen are STELLAR and make for a likable duo for romance, the camerawork is impressive enough on it's own to make up for the cinematography, nice reincorporation is made superbly through the films climax and through very important dramatic scenes, some funny cameos from up and coming stars like Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Walken & Sigourney Weaver, and the script is charming and hilarious through it's characters and it's superb comedy. So overall, yeah i enjoyed it. I like Woody Allen's 'Ferris Bueller' persona and very spot on pop culture references type of humor, and it makes me want to see more of his work. Hopefully soon with Manhattan, Midnight in Paris & Cafe Society it can make me enjoy him for his impact on Hollywood and as a director.

Scott W (br) wrote: was good... could have been better.... but always great watching Waltz act...