Walesa: Man of Hope
How was it possible that a single man influenced contemporary world so significantly? This film is an attempt to capture the phenomenon of a common man’s metamorphosis into a charismatic leader — an attempt to see how a Gdansk shipyard electrician fighting for workers’ rights awakened a hidden desire for freedom in millions of people.
- Stars:Rebecca Hall, Alan Rickman, Richard Madden, Toby Murray, Maggie Steed, Shannon Tarbet, Robert Wieckiewicz, Agnieszka Grochowska, Iwona Bielska, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Maria Rosaria Omaggio, Ewa Kolasinska, Miroslaw Baka, Michal Czernecki, Remigiusz Jankowski, Wojciech Kalarus, Piotr Probosz, Marcin Hycnar, Maciej Marczewski, Maciej Konopinski, Cezary Kosinski,
- Director:Andrzej Wajda,
- Writer:Janusz Glowacki (scenario)
The depiction of the life of Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of Poland's Solidarity movement, Lech Walesa, as events in the 1970s lead to a peaceful revolution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Walesa: Man of Hope torrent reviews
(it) wrote: By a wide margin, the greatest doc. I've ever seen.
(ru) wrote: One of the best films I have ever seen! I was reluctant to watch this film in the first place but after the "Do you remember the fuss you made about going to see Love Actually" argument from my wife I agreed to give it a go. From start to finish the story is a complete masterpiece. I never read the novel which made the movie that much more powerful. It is hard to review the story without giving too much away. I have only been moved to tears twice before - E.T dying when I was five years old and every Christmas at It's A Wonderful Life. VDD becomes the third on the list and totally deserves to be there. Wonderfully scripted by Larry Gross and superbly directed by Emily Young.If you are dubious about watching this movie as I was and decide to give it a try you will be forever in my debt. (I accept all major credit cards in thanks :) )
(nl) wrote: Saw it on televison earlier... thought sure why not? So I started watching it, not knowing it was a' horror'... first few minutes in, I literly honest to god thought it was a comedy. Guess not. And the rating on the t.v. said it was PG, and meanwhile I'm thinking "Yeah no, I do't think so, some monster from the water is eating people and spiting them out with most of their body parts missing... that's deffenatly NOT PG..." More like PG 14, haha. Honestly by mid way I was screaming at my televison for them to get in the fucking boat and NOT go in the water... it'd be smart... but no, they kept swimming, jesus! This movie, I would NOT see again, it sucked, just saying...
(jp) wrote: I enjoyed this movie, but then again, I'm a car buff. Loved how the older stock cars were rendered. Tractor tipping, ha!
(kr) wrote: The movie starts by introducing us to a pair of retards and then digs in their characters to discover their human emotions and intellect...
(de) wrote: The good news is that Divoff is back as the Wishmaster. Unfortunately that can't make up for a lack of everything that made the original fun. A disappointing sequel.
(au) wrote: This movie fits people with a certain sense of humor. As a kid, I liked it! Rediscovered it as an adult and loved it even more.
(it) wrote: Someone's kidnapped the blind daughter of a wealthy tycoon and the L.A.P.D. is hot on their trail. William Holden and Nancy Olson are united once again (see also Sunset Boulevard) in this crime drama set mainly in L.A.'s Union Train Station.
(kr) wrote: It's not Browning's best (Lugosi needed to talk more) but it's an atmospheric romp full of classic mystery, murder, and ghouls.
(au) wrote: This is one of the most visually stunning films of the silent era. It is a work of art. The acting is very well done, it is a powerful and moving story that is unforgettable and haunting. Way ahead of it's time, some of the camera techniques are amazing. Excellent production, moving score.
(br) wrote: Good scares, made me scream so loud it scared my gf. Could have better acting though.
(ag) wrote: Not bad. Definitely not anywhere close to what the critic reviews would lead one to believe. Critics (in particular) should use a different scale for teen slasher genre across the board. I bet these types of films have far lower median & average scores than any other genre. A film's rating should be relative to its peer group top-to-bottom. It's not supposed to be an epic historical drama, romance, action/adventure, comedy, or even a thriller. Apparently fans have a better grasp of what they're going to see and adjust their expectations accordingly. This is evidenced by the more reflective score of 44% for fans vs. 8% for critics. This happens with comedy flicks as well but not nearly as egregious as with the slasher genre. Critics... GET YOUR HEADS OUT OF YOUR COLLECTIVE ASSES!
(nl) wrote: The Lion King is my favorite movie of all time. With a story similar to that of the Shakespeare classic "Hamlet" and a set of characters more memorable than a family, animation suited for a King, an amazing cast of voice actors, and an outstanding soundtrack featuring songs from Tim Rice and Elton John and an earth-pounding score by the legendary Hans Zimmer that will make everyone fall in love, the Lion King is a film spectacle.