recently bought the English version of Kooky a Czech puppet-film, which uses nature in ways I've never seen a film do
on top of that, there's a well-told story, with very colorful characters, as well as a nice plot and the perfect ending
all-in-all, I may be biased, due to being an avid fan of puppet-films, but the whole concept of this film, and the dialogue (considering the vastly different language/cultures) still feel genuinely fitting for the film
I highly recommend it, and I got a feeling you'll like it. ---END QUOTATION---
I now watched the movie in German with subtitles. It is a well-made, emotional picture, but it is also a political caricature lacking subtlety and offering no insight. Overall, I have to say I dislike it, even if watching it was enjoyable.
One of the reasons that I like Monsieur Lazhar is that it has believable characters and captures some important truths about the relationships between students and teachers, school, and each other. (Another reason is that I miss the proper Canadian winter here in Barcelona.)
Just watched Sucker Punch and loved it. It has top-grade action and abundant sex appeal, but also a deliberate plot, focus, and a strong message. Most critics deplored it though, with the movie too easy to write off as misogynistic.
---QUOTATION--- Just watched Sucker Punch and loved it. It has top-grade action and abundant sex appeal, but also a deliberate plot, focus, and a strong message. Most critics deplored it though, with the movie too easy to write off as misogynistic. ---END QUOTATION---
Bourne movies are very nice. Did you see Bourne Legacy in cinemas recently? It's begging for more continuations. Mild spoiler: Threadstone wasn't the only program that existed on it's own. Hopefully we'll get more of Jason Bourne in the next ones.