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Niels S (es) wrote: Filmen her fik p hattepulden af de danske anmeldere, s mine forventninger var ikke hje, men jeg blev gldeligt overrasket. Plottet hnger nogenlunde sammen uden de store huller, fotograferingen er ganske flot, og Tuva Novotny er mums. Jeg var godt underholdt, men har formentlig glemt det hele om en uges tid.
Ashwin S (nl) wrote: an inlogical movie,but i would like to rake rate 3 for it's comedy
Silvestre S (nl) wrote: Saw V doesn't do much more to the series except satisfy the hunger for more traps
Jason H (ru) wrote: A look into the non-criminal aspects of the Japanese mafia. Definately eye opening in terms of the hierarchy structure, customs and duties of the yakuza. I just wish this movie touched upon the criminal aspect as well.
Tyler H (it) wrote: I'm totally speechless! What a great backwoods horror film, with some awesomely twsited and perverse subject matter! This one has gotta be seen to believe, folks. 3.5/5
Joshua L (es) wrote: I really enjoyed this and all the little special appearances it had.
armand e (gb) wrote: The Hallmark Channel has it's moments... and this entertaining re-imagining of the timeless tale of "Jack and the Beanstalk" is one of them. What's the real story behind the magical goose that lays golden eggs? or the magical singing harp? Why were they in the giant's castle? whatever happened to jack after he got the magical artifacts? did he really have a "happy ending"? watch this clever take on a favorite children's classic and find out!
Benjamin M (de) wrote: Good but I'm white so.............I'll do the same movie with whites instead, there will be more fuckers to reeducate! All France and most of Europe!
TonyPolito (it) wrote: Truffaut's autobiographical admission to being a very serious skirt-chaser - and search for viewer sympathy regarding his 'affliction.' At first, such sympathy is hard to imagine, as uber-fickle protagonist Morane (Charles Denner) is seen quickly bedding, then quickly ditching, one woman after another. The slow reveal is that Morane is so fickle, so quick to pursue, so quick to disengage at first hint of relationship - that these trysts attest to his possession by obsession. And Truffaut, so heavily influenced by Hitch, certainly understands obsession. (Truffaut himself, in true Hitchcockian fashion, quietly slips past a funeral party in the first scene.) And, just as Hitch so often did, Truffaut finds the roots of that obsession within a Freudian childhood. Add one seriously-failed romance (Truffaut's self-referencing of Catherine Deneuve) and Morane's unable to form any emotional attachment whatsoever. He looks for, in every woman, what he cannot find in any woman. And just keeps on looking. And looking. Morane savors, adores, deeply desires, in each woman, some unique trait that sets her above all other women. Someone never to be the artist, Morane is relegated to endless admiration of every detail of every painting in a museum, paintings he is never allowed to touch. His unwavering adulation of each woman, for her uniqueness, ultimately flatters (and enamors) each far more than any ordinary lover could/would. So, by all this, Truffaut opines Morane (and he) deserve pity and actually treat women rather well. Your opinion may vary. This film was ultimately rehashed (poorly) in 1983 into funny-business by Blake Edwards and Burt Reynolds. For solid Truffaut homaging Hitchcockian obsession, see "Mississippi Mermaid" (1969), an excellent film eventually tramped up by Angelina Jolie and Antonio Banderas in Hollywood's rip "Original Sin" (2001).RECOMMENDATION: For director Truffaut's fully naked obsession, recommended.
Phil S (es) wrote: neo-expressionist nightmare
Denise B (it) wrote: classic, classic comedy at its best