We Are Not Angels 2
In this sequel of "We Are Not Angels", a highly successful Yugoslavian comedy, a former playboy must cope with his daughter's adolescence, as well as numerous boys that keep knocking at her doors. A worried father thinks she may get in type of troubles he used to cause when he was just the age of her wooers.
- Stars:John Jarratt, Cassandra Magrath, Kestie Morassi, Nathan Phillips, Gordon Poole, Guy O'Donnell, Phil Stevenson, Geoff Revell, Andy McPhee, Aaron Sterns, Michael Moody, Andrew Reimer, Nikola Kojo, Mirka Vasiljevic, Uros Djuric, Srdjan Todorovic, Milena Pavlovic, Vesna Trivalic, Zoran Cvijanovic, Predrag Manojlovic, Luka Knezevic, Goran Jevtic, Nenad Stojmenovic, Nikola Pejakovic, Danica Maksimovic, Branko Vidakovic, Slobodan Ninkovic,
- Director:Srdjan Dragojevic,
- Writer:Srdjan Dragojevic
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(us) wrote: An apocalyptic film that doesn't focus on spectacle or shock from disaster-porn graphics but focuses on the people with a grounded real-life view. It's more relatable & the characters are honest with a lot more substance than clichd disaster flicks but truth be told it's never that engaging. And even though I realise this is essentially a relationship-drama, I felt like there needed to be more conflict/action involved - it was the end of the world after all, wasn't it?
(ag) wrote: good family film, sweet, romantic, clean, nice music
(ag) wrote: A movie that plays by the motions. Nothing particularly exceptional but sure to keep the kids glued in their seats.
(jp) wrote: I might need a pooper scooper.Air bud and his wife have been kidnapped by an evil mastermind. Fortunately for them, their five puppies are willing to come to their rescue, but first they will have to figure out who kidnapped them and find the evil layer where their parents are being held."Don't pull his paw."Robert Vincent, director of MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Air Bud: Seventh Inning Stretch, Spymate, Super Buddies, Snow Buddies, Space Buddies, Santa Buddies, Spooky Buddies, The Search for Santa Paws, Treasure Buddies, and Santa Paws 2, delivers Air Buddies. The storyline for this picture is fairly straightforward with a couple funny sequences. The acting was as you would expect from this genre."We are so getting a yellow card for this one."My mother got my daughter Santa Paws for Christmas in 2012 and we have been watching these dog movies ever since. This is actually a little more entertaining than some of the other pictures and I found the plot for this film to be not as much of a waste of time as some of the other pictures. Overall, I still wouldn't add it to your kid's DVD collection but I didn't mind watching it once. "Don't worry. She's stuck."Grade: C
(au) wrote: La existencia, el tiempo y su juego, nuestro inevitable destino: la muerte. Una peli sobre nosotros.
(mx) wrote: Little Buddha is a story about the quest of a group of monks, led by Lama Norbu (Ruocheng Ying), to seek out the rebirth of his great Buddhist teacher, Lama Dorje (Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen). Lama Norbu and his fellow monks believe they have found a candidate of Dorje's rebirth within a boy named Jesse Conrad (Alex Wiesendanger) in Seattle. While Jesse is fascinated with the monks and their way of life, his parents, Dean (Chris Isaak) and Lisa (Bridget Fonda), are wary, and that wariness turns into near-hostility when Norbu announces that he would like to take Jesse back with him to Bhutan to be tested. Jesse's father changes his mind however, after one of his close friends and colleagues commits suicide, seeming to realize that there could be more to life than work and money. He then decides to go to Bhutan with his son. In Nepal, two children who are also candidates are encountered, Raju (Rajuh Lal) and Gita (Greishma Makar Singh).In the story, the Lama Norbu relates Buddha's life story, which is also enacted as a story line within the movie. In this depiction, a Hindu prince called Siddhartha (Keanu Reeves) sets on a journey to achieve greater awareness. As he progresses, he learns profound truths about the nature of life, consciousness, and reality. Ultimately, he battles Mara (a demon representing the ego), who repeatedly tries to divert and destroy Siddhartha. Through concentrated non-attachment and final realization of the illusory nature of his own ego, Siddhartha attains enlightenment.In the end, it is found that all three children are rebirths of the Lama Dorje, separate manifestations of his body (Raju), speech (Gita), and mind (Jesse). A ceremony is held and Jesse's father also learns the facts about Buddhism. Lama Dorje's rebirth represents the three most important aspects of life. His work finished, Lama Norbu enters a deep state of meditation and dies of his own will. As the funeral ceremony begins Lama Norbu speaks to the children, seemingly from a higher plane, telling them to have compassion. Just before the credits roll the children are seen distributing his ashes in various places.At the very end of the film credits, the sand mandala that was seen being constructed during the movie is destroyed, "with one swift stroke."
(jp) wrote: Those kids are extremely sick and disturbing.
(jp) wrote: [b]Memories of Underdevelopment[/b] - Tomas Gutteriez Alea, 1968 Superb, sexy, and most of all cool entrant into the Third Cinema. Alea was a cinematic pioneer in Cuba, utilizing the fragmented style opened up by verite and the new wave. Corrieri plays an ambiguous, drifting, bourgeois derelict in post-revolution cuba. The film follows him as he follows his fantasies, including an underage nympo and a dead relationship from the past. [i]10/10[/i] [u]The Best of 1968[/u] 1. Hour of the Wolf - Ingmar Bergman [b]10/10[/b]2. Faces - John Cassavetes 3. 2001: A Space Odyssey - Stanley Kubrick4. Once Upon a Time in the West - Sergio Leone 5. Memories of Underdevelopment - Tomas Gutteriez Alea6. Night of the Living Dead - George A. Romero [b]9/10[/b]7. Shame - Inmgar Bergman [b]8/10[/b] 8. Hell in the Pacific - John Boorman9. The Bride Wore Black - Francois Truffaut [b]7/10[/b]10. One Plus One - Jean-Luc Godard 11. Rosemary's Baby - Roman Polanksi 12. Charly - Ralph Nelson [b]6/10[/b]13. The Thomas Crown Affair - Norman Jewison
(mx) wrote: The fighting scenes are cool but the film couldn't really keep me hooked
(de) wrote: Looks nice, but then so do fireworks.
(br) wrote: A fun Amicus portmanteau shot by "Carry On.." regular Alan Hume (The Bofors Gun, The Legend of Hell House, Runaway Train, Lifeforce). The house of the title is Cushing's term for his tarot deck, a device which smartly confines the drama as much as the rail compartment itself. While uneven, the tales have no real clunker for a change - although writer Subotsky arguably recycled elements from this for later efforts. This would be fun to see with Steve Coogan's farcical series, Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible.