Utomlyonnye solntsem 2: Predstoyanie

Utomlyonnye solntsem 2: Predstoyanie

Epic film about WWII, a sequel to Burnt by the Sun (1994). Evil Stalin is terrorizing people of Russia while the Nazis are advancing. Russian officer Kotov, who miraculously survived the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   fire,   nurse,  

Epic film about WWII, a sequel to Burnt by the Sun (1994). Evil Stalin is terrorizing people of Russia while the Nazis are advancing. Russian officer Kotov, who miraculously survived the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Utomlyonnye solntsem 2: Predstoyanie torrent reviews

Prabha S (ru) wrote: A-list ensemble cast bring their brilliance to shine in a charming, witty tale of human emotions

Elliott R (ru) wrote: Not a bad movie. The music was way off. but for what it was not that bad.

Eric R (kr) wrote: A film that essentially wants to make a statement about society's impact on youth and the growing disconnect technology has created on our youth. The film's visual design is incredibly well realized. Every frame is composed to tell you something about the characters/story. The film took awhile to build up its argument and thematic arc but in the end the message does come accross quite beautifully in fact. This film has it's flaws but at only 24 years old, I highly anticipate Antonio Campos next film.

Kaleena R (gb) wrote: An interesting tale that kept me interested until the very end. Unlike many other horror films, I was not able to guess the end straight away - the acting was strong and I was impressed.

Laura S (de) wrote: Great acting , good storyline very enable film

Tom G (ag) wrote: Terribly messy and disorganised with cheesy royalty-free background music. Features a dull, cynical Bob Geldof and Wolverine himself, all along seemingly answering its own self-satisfied and boring question.

John Y (nl) wrote: I've remembered that movie from my childhood.

Filipe C (mx) wrote: Screwball comedies stop being made for a reason. The language of cinema changed and evolved and, in many ways, it killed the cinematic appeal of the screwball. The Coens hit many right notes and the cast is impeccable but in the end of the day there is an inability to innovate which propel too many awkward moments.

Raji K (ru) wrote: Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt star in As Good as It Gets. Nicholson is Melvin Udall, a successful writer who is self-absorbed, cranky and obsessive-compulsive. He does not ever miss a chance to throw out an insult and is hated by his neighbors. His closest neighbor is a gay artist Simon Bishop (Greg Kinnear) who is constantly at odds with Melvin particularly in regards to his dog. The only thing that Melvin does seem to get enjoyment out of is the breakfast that he orders every day at a local diner. He meets Carol Connelly a waitress there, and she can tolerate him at best. Carol sacrifices all of her social life and time to take care of her son who is ill. So, insistent is Melvin in his routine that he even pays for a doctor to take care of her son, so that Carol will serve him breakfast in the morning. To thank him, the two begin forming a relationship. Meanwhile Simon is robbed and beaten severely which makes Melvin watch for his dog. Between Carol and the dog, and Simon's eventual return, Melvin goes through quite a change in his daily routine. As Good as It Gets it not really a story driven film, but it is a character driven one. It is all about relationships and development. A person's character is shown when they come across change or are afflicted with tragedy. Few movies can better capture how another person can change for the better when in love or influenced by another. Although the film is in many ways a romantic comedy, it is not a traditional one. Carol looks for a man who is normal and her mother is quick to remind her that there is no such thing. Kinnear was endearing and he ties all the aspects of the story and characters. He was rightfully nominated for best supporting actor. Nicholson has some great lines that do not stand alone as a great quote, but they capture the scene perfectly. I think this is one of the best performances of his career. It is hard to write an encapsulate how great this film really is without watching it, because the premise or synopsis of the film really does not sound appealing. Nicholson and Hunt provide excellent performances and both deserved their Oscars for best actor and actress.-11.5.2016

Tim G (br) wrote: Fairly silly, but entertaining enough.