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Christien T (es) wrote: Extremely intimate in subject and style, this film fascinates from the start. The adaptation is a little more literal than it should be, and the ending is a startling film school cheat, but this road movie is well worth the trip.
Stephen T (ca) wrote: This was a unique film. It reminded me of great indie films in the 70's.Everything about it is unexpected.Unexpected humor.Unexpected threat.Unexpected rewards. Visually barren and claustrophobic at the same time.All the performances are riveting - again in unexpected ways.
Dawid P (ru) wrote: omg ale syf. doslownie kilka ujec jest godnych, ale cala reszta szkoda gadac. lepiej omijac z daleka
Erik G (gb) wrote: This time, 'Jack And The Beanstalk' is no fairy tale. It's for real, and I enjoyed this miniseries. Jack's descendant works it way backward to the story of the original young man behind the beanstalk. Because the first Jack used that towering vine to steal a giant's magic goose and harp, an entire world was reduced to poverty and a bloodline was cursed: all Robinson men die in their 40s, and the modern-day Jack is around that age. Fortunately, Ondine helps Jack recover the stolen items and solve both problems. Starring the great performances of Matthew Modine, Mia Sara, Vanessa Redgrave, and Jon Voight.
Eric R (ru) wrote: It's one thing for a Bruceploitation film title to call itself as a sequel to a Bruce Lee movie (Chinese Connection 2) or even rip-off or reference another Bruce Lee movie title (Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger) but for a title to actually put the name "Bruce Lee" in it... well that's just a whole new low even by Bruceploitation standards!Here we have another cheesy 70's urban martial arts film in the vein of Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger. The film opens with a rather unintentionally funny sequence with a man about to commit suicide by jumping off a building. In comes Bruce Li, a member of "special squad" (doesn't that term have the most attractive blah ring to it?), climbing up the building to save the jumpers life (Li is even adorning a yellow jump suit, no doubt a reference to Bruce Lee's yellow jump suit he wore in the few sequences he filmed for Game of Death). Hilariously while Li is trying to save the guy while jumping, he grabs his arm which just happens to be an artificial limb and it comes off! I've never seen a suicide sequence but so unintentionally funny! Apparently the guy committed suicide because he was paid with counterfeit money for diamonds. So Li and another cop are assigned to the case to track down the counterfeiter (who is briefed to Li in an god awfully boring slide show presentation!). Lots of fights and unintentional laughter ensue.I have to admit that Li and his partner have to be the WORST cops ever. It seems every time they are tailing a character they get caught and then a short fight occurs. I kid you not this happens over a half a dozen times! Li follows guy in car, gets spotted, fight ensues. Li taking pictures of compound in a tree, gets caught, then a fight ensues. Our cops even plant a microphone in a suspects motel room, but they leave the thing in plain sight! Come on guys! However our villains aren't all that smart either. When they meet a contact at the airport, the contact says she will be wearing big sunglasses. Some clue this is, everyone in the 70's wore big sunglasses! She also even has the gale to put the sunglasses very obviously in front of her contacts. It's so goddamn obvious that the most inept pedestrian could see there was some fishy meeting going on. The villains even pull a dumbass James Bond antagonist stunt by tying up our cops in a room to die by gas, and then leave with no one watching the room to make sure they don't escape. Why didn't' they just shoot the bastards! Overall the filmmakers seem to know exactly what they're making here. It's a Bruce Lee rip-off and they make no attempt to hide it. One character even tells our star Bruce Li that he should be a movie star because he looks exactly like Bruce Lee. Ironically I believe that's exactly how Bruce Li's career began with those very same words spoken to him. Fans of ultra cheesy kung fu cinema will find plenty to like but I wouldn't rank this better than Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger. That film has a little more flair in the directing and it was just overall more shameless entertainment.Bonus Rant: One thing I did find strange about this film is that the American edit I have on DVD has no star or crew credits. There's an opening title card also showing the distributor and film rating, but no cast or crew credited. The end credits just simply say "The End". Hey guys, this may not be art but give the people credit where credit is due! They worked hard on this drivel!
Sean N (fr) wrote: Pretty dull for a Bava flick.
Walter M (au) wrote: "Love Affair, or the Case of the Missing Switchboard Operator" opens with Dr. Aleksandr DJ Kostic extolling the virtues of a healthy sex life. That's a path that best friends Izabela(Eva Ras) and Ruza(Ruzica Sokic) pursue enthusiastically while escaping from their dreary jobs. During their socializing, Izabela hooks up with Ahmed(Slobodan Aligrudic). If for no other reason than to act as buzzkill, along comes Dr. Zivojin L. Aleksic, a criminologist, to narrate an episode of "CSI: Belgrade," as the police retrieve Izabela's body, three months pregnant, from the sewers. Therefore, it would seem that life is short, so don't take anything for granted. But that's what the Communist government of Yugoslavia did, even if their time does not come for another couple of decades. But at this point, patriotic songs play everywhere, somewhat ironically.(This might be the first time anybody has ever gotten sexually excited watching a propaganda film but it is anti-clerical, which does make a weird sort of sense.) That's not the only part of the film that is dated, as some of the movie's once daring elements such as interracial relationships(Izabela is Hungarian while Ahmed is Turkish), premarital sex and nudity(although some people still do have a problem with this) are now wonderfully quaint.
John Y (es) wrote: Funny John Wayne movie. A great film.
Branden W (nl) wrote: Hitchcock strolls the viewer through Europe in this intriguing spy classic. Capturing some of Hitchcock's best scenes as a director, this early take on political corruption asserts itself as extraordinary in all forms: acting, setting, and plot. As a director, Hitchcock is primarily known for his horror/psychological thriller genre of films, however this film among others showcases the director's wide range of diversity, as being one of the greatest filmmakers of his time.
Andruw F (de) wrote: If it's your cup of tea, then you will like this movie.
David B (ca) wrote: Ridiculous, but we enjoyed it!