"Voora nime all", which translates roughly as "under a foreign name", explores the situation during the Second World War when fellow countrymen were forced to fight against each other and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Võõra nime all
"Voora nime all", which translates roughly as "under a foreign name", explores the situation during the Second World War when fellow countrymen were forced to fight against each other and ...
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Michelle F (us) wrote: Entertaining and interesting
Michael K (ca) wrote: Not as racy or controversial as the originals, and the acting could use a shot in the arm, at moments . . .
Danny K (gb) wrote: Scary, but amazing. Anyone who undermines teaching, is interested in teaching, or even has no opinion should give it a shot.
Jerrod O (ca) wrote: So the bomb counts down to nothing? I think the producers were confused on how bombs in movies work. Codes are meant to deactivate the bomb, not detonate. Movie is filled with cheesy lines. Horrible acting.And rza failed at properly pronouncing "anxious" TWICE! ... IN A ROW!
Michael R (kr) wrote: Impressive action and visual effects make up for the strange storyline. The Old Sage is hysterical.
Blake P (ag) wrote: "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?" is a mess. And considering it's directed by Werner Herzog I thought I would be finishing that sentence with " ..., an interesting mess, but a mess all the same", but no, instead I just finish with, "is a mess". In fact, I don't think there was ever a point where I enjoyed, was entertained by, or provoked by this film-- instead I found myself staring at the wall. Herzog has made many great films, and I still respect him all the time, but like all directors they always have a few movies that are self-indulgent, and this obviously is one of them. The topic is intriguing-- a young man (Shannon) slowly loses his mind after a trip to Peru, and before long commits matricide. It sounded great, and the cast did too (who can't love the unique Michael Shannon and the daring Chloe Sevigny?), but instead of really getting anything rewarding, instead we're left with a very odd, tedious work that isn't quite sleek enough to be called art house, but too professional to be called experimental. The screenplay, which is very weak, never really gives us a reason to care about what's going on, and because we don't really know that much about the characters nothing is shocking-- just tiring. It's as if Herzog sucked all of the fun that we could have been had with the film and instead filled it with potential. There's some good acting at stake, and some nice uses of classical music to praise, but when you have such a good cast and such a good director, shouldn't it be a masterpiece? "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?" isn't anything worth talking about. 1.5 stars.
familiar s (it) wrote: A mediocre doc designed mainly for Polanski. It goes on to depict how Polanski couldn't get a fair trial that he deserved more than any other human due to a judge craving for media popularity.
Vince N (ru) wrote: Fear and Loathing meets Ghost Rider. Special effects seem to be outdated at times yet deathly at others.
Michelle D (fr) wrote: damn. do not piss kim basinger off. this was actually pretty good. it got off to a slow start, but picked up was a quiet suprise.
Aidan E (gb) wrote: I dug it. I didn't really buy the main character's ability to master such a difficult part so quickly having never acted before, but I was able to suspend my disbelief. And I'm a sucker for Cyrano.
Mel Z (us) wrote: Good film. Good plot.
JD (ru) wrote: When I saw this movie on Rotten Tomatoes and it's score was 0, I had to watch this movie because I really wanted to see how bad it was and now after watching it I can see why this movie was so hated. Mobsters is a movie that has way too many plot holes, a horrible script and terrible direction. If you think actors Christian Slater, Patrick Dempsey and Chris Penn will make this movie any better, your wrong about that because they all sucked in this movie. That right there was a huge let down for me they actually put Christian Slater in this movie and they also put F. Murray Abraham in it as well and they were horrible and I hate that because there great actors and I know they have done great movies. All this movie does is show you that it doesn't matter how many good actors you put in a movie, if you have a bad script and a terrible director the movie is not going to work, I don't care who's in your movie the movie is going to blow if you don't have those things. Anyways this movie Mobsters is a total piece of crap, it's probably the worst movie of 1991 and it's probably the worst movie Christian Slater has ever done.
Noname (ru) wrote: This is the best steven seagal movie and i think the 4 first movies he made was pretty good. After that it have been more and more worse movies from his side. They are watchable tho.
Danijel J (gb) wrote: Is "Punishment Park" impossible? Is pseudo-documentary type of movie so advanced for the time when it was released, of its so scary to believe that many of the scenes witnessed in this movie are actually happening. In USA and elsewhere. We saw Patriot Act, we saw terorism war, and we're still seeing a lot of excuses for "Punishment Park" It's so incredible to me that "Punishment Park" was filmed the same year that "Stamford prison experiment" was held ("Das Experiment" is another great film on that subject). Dr. Zimbardo would probably see the "Punishment Park" as the possible conclusion of his experiment that he was forced to end (regarding the behaviour of the people included). I would adapt the "Punishment Park" for todays audience but somehow I think that we're much more used to it then the audiences in 70s, and with that thought in my head (after this movie) I can just ask - is this evolution?
Sanal R (fr) wrote: it had some of the best action sequences ahead of its period................one of the most stylized western spaghetti movie
Craig D (de) wrote: Film Noir classic, not as well known as most of the genre but the intensity of the performance is great
Dan H (us) wrote: Good story, funny, good movie.
Marilena G (ca) wrote: After hearing about this movie since forever, I finally caved in and decided to "invest" 2.5 hours of my life in what was supposedly a great movie. I wasn't disappointed. It may not be a great movie, per se, but it's a heart-breaking story, and definitely worth watching just for Meryl Streep's performance.
Jamison R (es) wrote: With a cast consisting of a who's who of great actors of the 70's, this film tells the story of a failed Mars mission that is faked for the world to see. But what happens next? The star of this film is the exceptional cinematography. The grand look and feel, specifically in the second half truly boost this movie up a notch. And the finale is amazing to watch.