Wings of Fame
A famous movie actor claims that he has written a book. As result, a real author, not a very well known writer, vengefully kills him but then dies as a result of an accident. Next, they both find themselves in after-life, where souls of all famous people are gathered.
- Stars:Peter O'Toole, Colin Firth, Marie Trintignant, Andréa Ferréol, Robert Stephens, Ellen Umlauf, Maria Becker, Walter Gotell, Gottfried John, Michiel Romeyn, Nicolas Chagrin, Ken Campbell, Mark Tandy, Dagmar Schwarz, Phil Warnett,
- Director:Otakar Votocek,
- Writer:Herman Koch, Otakar Votocek
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(ag) wrote: The only thing good about this movie was the tramp. He was the most entertaining and his acting was the best of the lot. The story could have been okay if it wasn't for the poor acting and cheesy scenes.
(ag) wrote: It's not perfect, but it's still a lot better than any of the other recent entries in the Puppet Master series. Six-Shooter is strangely absent from the movie and the new puppet is all sorts of lame. Also it's a little disappointing to see an almost total lack of any actual puppeteering or stop motion aside from stock footage from the first movie. However, it's good to see the puppets fighting nazis again and the story is decent enough and sets itself up for another part, which I will gladly watch.
(mx) wrote: This awesome thriller has more twists and turns that you can imagine. It's a true psychological thriller reminiscent of Blood Simple or A Simple Plan. It borrows heavily from film noir as well. Especially when it comes to our main hero. He's as flawed as the rest of them. The proper Danish translation of the title is more appropriate: Terribly Lucky. Thematically, it reminds me a little of Sweet Hereafter. Definitely one of the best thrillers in recent years and being a Dane myself, I'm happy there's some good films coming out of the country as of late.
(mx) wrote: Was never a fan of franchise and has to be one of the worst movies of the century. Nothing exciting in it at all.
(au) wrote: I haven't seen this in so long, and must watch it again!
(au) wrote: I actually didn't see the end coming....and THAT'S why I see a movie! Norman Reedus is HOT!
(es) wrote: Don't care about the origanals again ....fine time watching this !!!
(nl) wrote: The worst movie rated in the imdb database, and it lives up to its name. The reason I give a whole star instead of half is because that the movie has given me a once of a life time experience. what a movie.
(au) wrote: I enjoyed this one. It's definitely a feel good film.
(au) wrote: The 1924 story "The Most Dangerous Game" has been the inspiration for a lot of modern and very violent films, and "Surviving the Game" is one of the better ones. It's a gritty, exciting and beautifully shot film by director Ernest Dickerson, who shows a real flair here. He really should have had a better career. The action sequences are well directed, and it's an easy film to get behind. Ice T isn't much of an actor, but he does make for a very sympathetic lead character here. He's a man of few words, which is probably for the better, but you root for him nevertheless. The film is cast with a vast array of great bad guys, and only Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham feels out of place. Rutger Hauer plays a villain like nobody else can. He's made a career out of it, but here he is curiously subdued. In fact, the best performance in the film comes from a whacked out Gary Busey. His dinner scene story about how he got his scar is an instant classic, and this is one of the most memorable roles of his entire career. Why the screenwriters thought it was in the film's best interest to kill him off first is beyond me. In fact, the entire dinner sequence is very entertaining. Just listen to every single demented line of dialogue. How can you not love it? The ending, however, feels tacked on and not very well thought out. Having Ice T follow Hauer to the big city to settle their differences could have worked, but it feels like the writers got lazy. It's very anticlimactic, and ends the film with more of a whimper than a bang. For the most part, however, "Surviving the Game" is a lot of fun. It tells an oft told story with newfound style and energy, and a great cast that somewhat disappoints. It's a mixed bag but I can easily recommend it.
(es) wrote: Funny movie...It is sometimes said that men are from Mars and women from Venus, and "My Stepmother is an Alien" is a romantic comedy about two lovers who are, quite literally, from different planets. Dan Aykroyd plays Steve Mills, a scientist searching for extra-terrestrial life. Kim Basinger plays the extra-terrestrial life he succeeds in finding.I rather enjoyed this film!
(it) wrote: excellent i fall in love of sherilynn fenn .i mastrurbate when i see her naked photos , wowww
(ag) wrote: I actually liked it quite a bit but the ending was so disappointing for the romantic part of it.
(br) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(br) wrote: Favorite Kurt Russell movie!
(mx) wrote: The Giver tries too hard to combine meddled drama with science fiction and thus, loses its identity.