Larsen, an aspiring poet in '20s Oslo, leaves his girlfriend to spend a year as a trapper in East Greenland. There he is teamed with a seemingly rough old sailor/trapper, Randbæk, and a scientist, Holm. Trapped in a tiny hut together as the Arctic winter sets in, a complex and intense love/hate relationship develops between Randbæk and Larsen, who are more similar than either would like to admit. A powerful psychological and physical drama set against stunningly bleak Arctic scenery.
- Stars:Stellan Skarsgård, Gard B. Eidsvold, Bjørn Sundquist, Camilla Martens, Paul-Ottar Haga, Johannes Joner, Erik Øksnes, Lars Andreas Larssen, Juni Dahr, Johan Rabaeus, Frank Iversen, Tinkas Qorfiq,
- Country:Norway, Sweden
- Director:Hans Petter Moland,
- Writer:Lars Bill Lundholm, Hans Petter Moland, Peter Tutein (novel)
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(mx) wrote: Horrible movie, very good acting. If it weren't for the actors' performances, this movie would have ranked a negative five stars. Another incomplete story with moody images and music to make you think its deep. Well, it's not. Total waste of time. Avoid burning up two hours on the POS.
(jp) wrote: Could do with being more in depth once it gets past the early days but still decent
(it) wrote: Extremely eye catching film
(fr) wrote: could have been very good but faded badly, and too much darkie music
(mx) wrote: Great performances from the cast and score was good but the suffers from Michael bay's poor action scenes and editing.
(jp) wrote: The worst Meg Ryan movie ever...and I thought she could do no wrong.
(ru) wrote: I see this movie in 3 parts. The first part was fine and kept you interested. The second part of the movie started to get way too silly, almost as if they were trying too hard to make it funny. And, finally, the third part of the movie really gave it a nice warm Christmas feel. Overall, it's average but it's not a bad movie like some people say it is. Check it out, just don't expect it to be great in any way. AVERAGE, 2.5/5 OR 5/10
(br) wrote: Nic Cage. Need I say more?
(nl) wrote: This French film left me kind of disturbed. "Leaving" is an enactment of both sides of a coin, a coin that says all you need is love on one side, and love isn(TM)t enough to fix what's wrong with you on the other.I began by liking Suzanne, the heroine of this story, for her innocent and cute boldness, but after a certain point I found her to be seriously sick. Sick, because her priorities, which should be her children and no one else, are completely off the mark. This film, unlike other French films, had a good pace and did not bore me, but its plot is one I feel is flawed, mainly because Suzanne's character needed more explanation in order for her actions to wash with me.
(mx) wrote: The best thing about this movie is Adrien Brody's performance.
(nl) wrote: My expectations may have been a bit too high here, as I just couldn't find much enjoyment in this movie about stocks.
(ru) wrote: Many might say that this film is conceited or trite. To me, conventionality aside, this is as real a film as any. The characters may be revolting and conforming at first glance on the outset. The plot might be established and the the soundtrack may be dated. However, the directoral focus which is brought to these elements, especially at the close is of a caliber which speaks an inalienable truth.
(kr) wrote: He has an unlisted tomb Doctor Frankenstein is a monster builder that has decided to retire and pass his business on to his nephew. He nephew is an aspiring pharmacist that opts to visit his uncle prior to making his decision. Dracula and Dr. Frankenstein's evil assistants wish to kill the nephew and take over the business instead. Can the nephew overcome Dracula and his minions to earn what is rightfully his? "You ugly rat." "Thank you for those kind words. I hope I can live up to them." Jules Bass, director of The Last Unicorn, Jack Frost, The Hobbit, and The Year Without Santa, delivers Mad Monster Party? The storyline, plot, and premise of this picture are interesting and well delivered. The settings, characters, and storyline keep the audience's imagination flowing for those who are fans of horror pictures and old school classics. The voices are well selected and include Boris Karloff, Phyllis Diller, Gale Garnett, and Allen Swift. "You're not incredibly handsome or even charming." This movie aired on the Hallmark channel last Halloween and I couldn't believe I had never heard of a claymation movie that stared Boris Karloff; after watching this movie, I am even more shocked that I had never seen this picture. This movie is on par with the holiday Christmas classics such as The Grinch that Stole Christmas, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, and Frosty the Snowman. I am shocked this film does not air on one of the major networks every Halloween season. I do strongly recommend seeing this gem. "What am I not paying you for?" Grade: A-
(au) wrote: There is just so much wrong with this movie
(it) wrote: a very good movie beautiful breeds of horses too
(jp) wrote: It kept me interested. Oscar Isaacs did a good job and the storyline was unique. Instead of the lead guy turning out to be a criminal, he did everything the right way... This prompts doing the right thing instead of doing the wrong thing to get things done - I like that.
(br) wrote: Pretty pants, even by 80s standards.
(br) wrote: Entertaining and surprising, Premium Rush delivers an interesting story with thrills from an action movie and the emotion of a drama.
(jp) wrote: Somehow better than Rocky IV?
(ru) wrote: This is a very good film, but it should have been a great one, given the great material and actors. I had the impression that I had watched a heavily edited film, with things missing from a director's cut that could have provided greater continuity and coherence. So this is one of those very good films that left me neverthless feeling disappointed at what could have been.