Viktor Vogel - Commercial Man

Viktor Vogel - Commercial Man

Edward Kaminsky, an aging ad man, wants a golden parachute from his agency; he must first land the Opel auto contract. Rosa, a youth with wealthy parents, wants to establish herself as an ...

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Robyn M (nl) wrote: HalloweenTown is un-offically a Disney classic made for Tv, There's something for everyone. For the mature generation there's iconic Debbie Reynolds to gauk over. And a creative fantasy story that childern will surely enjoy.Saddly The movies where release at the same time as Harry Potter and where critised for it's lack of animation and frill. Who needs frill when you have a great storyline?

Shelbe L (kr) wrote: Really interesting documentary!

Mike N (kr) wrote: sorry, this movie was terrible.

Michael D (de) wrote: The film may require multiple viewings to fully take in the sophisticated subtext but it's a fresh, realistic piece of cinema that boasts heartfelt performances from everybody involved.

Paul D (ca) wrote: A tough tale from the backs of Copenhagen with not so endearing characters, some of which can be quite brutal.

Vince W (nl) wrote: A truly great movie.Best script Joe Eszterhas ever wrote.Best performance Kevin Bacon ever gave.And Brad Renfro was absolutely brilliant..

Jen M (au) wrote: The comic serie is better than these movies, but they are okey to watch. I love the voices of Asterix (Craig Charles) and Obelix (Howard Lew Lewis), fun and great voices.There were some fun parts in this movie (like that they said 46 b.c., how can they know that Christ is yet to come?! x'D). See it if you like Asterix and Obelix ;)

Kevin N (ag) wrote: The third installment in Hammer's Dracula series is the weakest to that point by far, though it still contains its fair share of memorable atmosphere and a few honest chills. There are problems with the script, which is pretty frail. The story, which would be retreaded over and over again in the eighties, concerns four young travelers who seek refuge in an old mansion in the middle of the woods on their way through the country. Though they begin to experience strange and foreboding signs, they stick around long enough to meet the titular Prince, who is resurrected in one of Hammer's gorier and more shocking scenes of the era. Christopher Lee infamously despised the screenplay, and what the studio was doing with the franchise, so he stubbornly refused to utter a word of dialogue in the film. The movie hurts because of it, though his presence is still enough to supply some seriously creeps.

Penelope M (fr) wrote: I know this is not considered one of Michael Powell's best films but I for one absolutely adore it. Yes, Jennifer Jones' accent may seem a little far-fetched but this just adds to the film's charm. This is the perfect rainy afternoon film - passionate, beautiful and spirited : just like the protagonist

Jason G (ru) wrote: I got the impression this was a sequel to something. Something that didn't need a sequel.

Andrew H (kr) wrote: Great story, good movie for sure. Thanks for making this one.

David J (us) wrote: Ben Stiller nervously chewed on Nicorette for the majority of "Meet the Parents." I did the same, except with Winterfrost eclipse. This film is painfully awkward, which sums up the majority of the humor presented here, and awkward humor is definitely not for me. Aside from that, there's nothing particularly interesting about "Meet the Parents."

Cameron J (es) wrote: A Rom-Com from the gentlemen's side of things. This awkward moment filled movie takes the Rom-Com formula and views it from the mans side all though cute and funny and very awkward at times it didn't leave you wondering more. Still worth a watch.

Amy F (de) wrote: The love between human Bella and vampire Edward. Started off as two students who couldn't stand eachother and evolved into a vampire who looked after a human like his own family.

Joyce M (gb) wrote: The only thing I liked in this movie is Donald O'Connor's dance number in the fountains. And surprisingly I thoroughly disliked Monroe in this film.

kelly g (ag) wrote: classic blaxploitation flick done by the late ossie davis. coffin ed and gravedigger are the lead characters in this urban tale about 2 cops trying to bust a false prophet