Russian poet, singer and actor Vladimir Vysotsky was an idol of the 1970s and '80s. In 1980, at the age of 42, he passed away during the Moscow Olympic Games. This is the story of his last ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vysotskiy. Spasibo, chto zhivoy
Russian poet, singer and actor Vladimir Vysotsky was an idol of the 1970s and '80s. In 1980, at the age of 42, he passed away during the Moscow Olympic Games. This is the story of his last ...
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Ken S (es) wrote: Decent documentary about the heavy metal band "Anvil" who achieved some early success and then fizzled out fairly quickly...yet the band continued together for the next 25-30 odd years, with constant setbacks, often playing small gigs and not getting paid. It is an entertaining doc about the band attempting and struggling to make a bit of a comeback. The film is a bit inspiring, even when it just seems like they are hitting failure after failure and setback after setback...but they persist in their dream, maybe even knowing full well that their glory days are long behind them. I'm not the biggest fan of heavy metal (particularly the 80s when they peaked), but it was a good doc about a couple of Canadian guys who had a dream, achieved it briefly, and seem to have spent the rest of their lives working at getting that back...even when working regular jobs to support their families.
Jason B (au) wrote: Jolene is Jessica Chastain's breakout, and first, film performance (aside from a filmed version of Salome) and I hesitate to say but the film was rescued by her performance. The content is very important as it highlights the misfires of a woman's history and holds it against her ever during the worst parts of her life. For instance A Woman Under the Influence could easily be a chapter in Jolene. The downsides of the film are the performances of the male leads in the first half of the film. Chazz Palminteri was good, if formulaic, and Michael Vartan did an excellent job but my between his character should force you to hate him. Chastain the actress and Jolene the character make this an important, although flawed, movie.
Jithya N (it) wrote: It isn't much, which is why it was released free.
Carter S (es) wrote: Always wanted to be on a reality show.
Aysha R (jp) wrote: sensitively handled beautifully made film-big box of tissues required!! Rani and AB flawless performances yet again!!!
bill s (fr) wrote: One of the worst movies of the year and Seagal is looking healthy both in heath and career.......oh boy.
Lisa L (au) wrote: I can't believe there's actually a Julia Roberts movie in existence where she doesn't smile once! Such a great performance by her, but of course John Malkovich steals the show. A few scenes made me jump out of my seat. Pretty dark, but intriguing.
Scott S (mx) wrote: Angus (1995) -- [8.0] -- It may look like just another silly high school comedy, but "Angus" is more than that. It's about a fat kid named Angus (Charlie Talbert) who refuses to let the "normal" kids write him off. After the school's most popular jock (James Van Der Beek) rigs the voting, Angus finds himself crowned king of the winter dance. He knows it's a joke, but damn it, he wants his moment -- especially since he'd be sharing it with the girl of his dreams (Ariana Richards). With the help of his mother and grandfather, played by Kathy Bates and George C. Scott, Angus musters the courage to go for it, even though it could mean complete and utter humiliation. "Angus" is about bravery and defiance. While it still contains quite a bit of puerile comedy, it never lets go of the loneliness and heartache that so many kids experience growing up. I don't think I'm giving too much away to say that Angus ends up a hero after the movie's volatile school dance, a sequence critic Roger Ebert called "wholly the equal of anything in Rocky". Talbert and the rest of the young cast are all very good. I was glad to see that Ariana Richards' character ends up serving a purpose other than the objectification of women. Richards is compelling in a moment where she reveals a dark secret to Angus, a truth about herself that further validates Angus' philosophy: that there is no such thing as "normal". The movie also features a great soundtrack that includes songs from the Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day, Peter Gabriel, and Weezer. Love Spit Love performs a marching band arrangement of a song called "Am I Wrong" that opens the movie brilliantly. On a side note, look for director Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back) as George C. Scott's chess partner.
Hoyee L (gb) wrote: What a powerful movie, at the end of it was a little sad because Alex Dwyer roommate, Major General Brian Moreland died because he was trying to stop Cadet Captain David Shawn from firing the 50 cal
Selwyn L (nl) wrote: Finally got to see this over-rated and rather mediocre movie - supposedly the only Hollywood movie shot on location in Singapore back in 1978 but subsequently banned from local screening by the authorities. While some reviews rave about the wonderful characterisations that cut through beyond the weak plot, including a detailed and insightful snapshot of the country, it is really aims at portraying a foreigner's stereotypical and one-dimensional view of the place and it's multi-facetted culture. Having lived and grown up in that environment, this movie didn't offer much - apart from some cringe-worthy nostalgia.
bill b (us) wrote: Its a weird movie :) but worth watching!
Oscar H (ag) wrote: Den r precis vad den lter som. Sdr.
Jenna B (de) wrote: By today's standards, this plot is outdated, sexist, and kind of creepy. But if I had seen this in 1948, it would probably be my favorite movie.
Andrew M (ag) wrote: Only a handful of decent performances and some nice production design can save the mess The Identical creates through its bizarre story and bland characters.
Borhan K (de) wrote: The Possession is a horror flick about a little girl that buys a box from a yard sale and then this box once open it dispels all forms of fresh hell.The box reminds me of Jumanji at least Jumanji we get to go on an adventure.The child actors play very strong roles and a lot of screaming happens and it goes a tad over the top.I cannot believe that Grant Show from Melrose Place acts in this movie.My wife likes horror flicks I am not a fan and this movie i did not feel that it was scary and I did not jump until the very end.If you like horrors then this is not that bad but its kinda boring at some points.
Rudy G (jp) wrote: This movie was very weird.....and graphic
Bill H (ag) wrote: I dunno if I should like this movie or hate it. I haven't experienced something like this in a long time. Both feelings are applicable here however I think I've settled on liking this movie. A lot.
David H (us) wrote: Ethan best actor nomination.