In late spring, 1890, Vincent moves to Auvers-sur-Oise, near Paris, under the care of Dr. Gachet, living in a humble inn. Fewer than 70 days later, Vincent dies from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. We see Vincent at work, painting landscapes and portraits. His brother Theo, wife Johanna, and their baby visit Auvers. Vincent is playful and charming, engaging the attentions of Gachet's daughter Marguerite (who's half Vincent's age), a young maid at the inn, Cathy a Parisian prostitute, and Johanna. Shortly before his death, Vincent visits Paris, quarrels with Theo, disparages his own art and accomplishments, dances at a brothel, and is warm then cold toward Marguerite.
Dave J (ca) wrote: Thursday, November 25, 2010 (2009) Screamers: The Hunting SCIENCE- FICTION/ HORROR Planet earth sends human crew to save and rescue the remaining survivors stranded on anoother planet which consist of automatic robots programmed to wipe out every appearant human being on the face of the planet created by scientists who once colllided with owners of a mining company! Great poster but extremely awful film which is like pure dung! The reason this film is a waste of time is because this film consists of every cliche everybody has already saw before on previous films from at least several different movies maybe even more! To name a few, "Critters" because they (Screamers) can move under the ground), "Alien" they can enter in space ships as well as adapt to become enhanced and better! "The Thing" some people that appear to be human but are really not! "Starship Troopers" and one of the Terminator films, ending the movie off on another predictable note from another horror film, I forgot which. Worst movie ever and this was supposed to be from a short story by Philip K. Dick, responsible for films such as "Total Recall", "Blade Runner" and "Minority Report"! And despite already been dead many years ago, I think Dick's name is only on their in name only because he would never be associated with anything as stupid as this! The only people I feel sorry for are the people who were suckered in to purchasing this tripe! Watch this at your own risk! Pure dung at it's worst and made for a brand new audience who haven't seen much in terms of films! 1/2
Ruby T (de) wrote: The film was EPIC! I realy liked it. ( I didn`t want it to end! )
Andrei G (au) wrote: Not good nor bad. A mixture between some Resident Evil ideas (at the beginning of the film) and Mad Max a bit more violent.
Asa B (de) wrote: Of all environmental aware movies, this is one of the best as it says that not all humans are devils.
Stuart R (ru) wrote: Warren Beattie is outrageously good, but that's literally all that's here.. How you can make such a boring gangster film I do not know
Greg W (jp) wrote: o'hara and candy have a gr8 chemistry in this rom-dram
Gordon C (au) wrote: The combination of image/music/story is breathtaking. It shows really the beauty of nudity.
Richard P (ca) wrote: People in the 70's could not decide if this was a squid or an octopus. Make up your mind. This was a stinker for sure.
Walter M (de) wrote: "Senso" begins at the opera in Venice in 1866. During an intermission, a less than spontaneous demonstration breaks out in favor of Italian independence. Roberto Ussoni(Massimo Girotti) gets so carried away with exuberance that he challenges Franz Mahler(Farley Granger), a young Austrian officer, to a duel. Luckily for Roberto, his cousin Livia(Alida Valli) intercedes on his behalf, so he is only exiled for a year, like quite a few other of his comrades. But Livia's dealings with Franz do not end there, as her attraction grows despite the whole husband(Heinz Moog) thing. "Senso" is a sexy, deeply resonant and moving melodrama that contains a lot of interesting history. With some smart thoughts on occupation, this story is set at a pivotal time and place and made not that long after World War II. That being said, this is not and was probably never intended to be an Italian "Gone with the Wind." By comparison, "Senso" is much more intimate than epic in its exploration of a torrid love affair where more than one taboo is broken and the participants lose track of everything going on around them. While I normally have no problem with this sort of behavior, here it is clear that everybody has to decide which side they are on.
Scot B (kr) wrote: it was good not what I thought it was
Thomas A (ag) wrote: A light movie which, although very slow-paced, carries a weight of a well-made indie. Josh Radnor has it all when it comes to playing (and in this case, directing) movies with NYC as its setting...