Probably the most classic comedy movie ever?
What’s the vector, Victor?
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Probably the most classic comedy movie ever?
What’s the vector, Victor?
An over the top comedy about a radio DJ.
“I have to return some video tapes.” Enough said.
Oh yes, the 3-Iron can not solely be used to play Golf. Barely any speaking by the protagonists.
I recommend watching this movie before visiting zoos which showcase orcas. Good thing is, there aren’t so many anymore. But there is one in Europe, on Tenerife (Canary Islands), in a park advertising with parrots, and siblings of Tilikum are or have been caged there.
And after watching, I hope you chose to spend your money wisely.
A kid sueing his parents for neglect. It was filmed without educated actors and thus it appears very real (and it is - read the Trivia on IMDb after watching).
I’ve watched this dubbed in German. The dubbing is exceptionally good. They’ve used to commentators and drivers of the Formula1 TV broadcasts.
The movie itself is quite emotional about friendship and family.
The story of Edward Snowden with original footage.
A classic and fun movie.
A WW2 movie without every clearly showing the enemy.
I watched it in the IMAX and it was an immersive experience. The constant ticking of the metronome did the rest to me. Amazing dog fights.
A classic Noe movie. It has its lengths, but still it’s a highly immersive movie.
A strong, dark and calm movie about a true murder. I found the acting to be top-notch; the emotions were transported so well.
This movie was thrilling and intense. Had goosebumps most of the time and wanted to scream.
Towards the end it reveals what this movie really is about: an anti-war movie.
A haunting ride on a MotoGP bike. It doesn’t always end well. RIP SuperSic58.
Very dark humor in this one. The actual reason I paid Bruges a visit once.
This is a movie to watch twice and scan for evidences to answer the question which is asked in the last scene.
A multi-lingual movie about WW2, which makes some fun about languages.
I can’t applaud enough to Mr. Tarantino to limit the speaking to a specific actor in this kind of movie to just a few words.
Amazing performance by Christoph Waltz.
What a classic from 1946. Best watched during Christmas season.
Had a good time in the movie observing when people laugh.
I thoroughly enjoyed the set and its decor. It’s well thought out with brilliant performances.
This should be a mandantory watch for every student in a German school.
A fun to watch superhero movie. Well produced with an excellent soundtrack.
A huge tank of citable quotes. Best watched during Easter. ;)
A German movie, playing in Berlin, about a running woman.
There’s never really a break… but continuos suspense. Probably one of the best German movies out there.
It’s a controversial movie about the Black Metal scene in Norway during the 1990s. I liked it a lot because it pushes several boundaries.
Very dark and graphic, but most of it really happened. It’s not a documentary.
Gaspar Noe is my favorite director.
This is a short movie (51 minutes) about the process of making movies.
You will be exhausted like you’d have watched an intense 3 hour thriller without any break.
If you’re planning to watch this, I recommend darken your room. Do not watch it if you had epileptic episodes. I warned you.
A must see, a milestone in film history.
Modern Times, filmed in the 1930s, aged well.
A movie which I can’t unlike. It shows how to achieve success in sports with a systematic approach, using mathematics.
Wes Anderson’s film making style is so unique.
A very nerdy (in the positive sense) film about time traveling. The budget for this movie was around $7000.
violin music intensifies
This feels like a one-take movie. However, it isn’t and it enriches the suspense levels.
The extended version is worth it. An emotional roller coaster about the life of Ayrton Senna.
Another movie by Gaspar Noe. English title is “I Stand Alone”. It’s Noe’s first full length movie, taking some characters from his previous short movies.
This is an inner dialogue of a person: you hear the person you’re following thinking. There is a warning in the movie that gives you 30 seconds to leave the cinema. Take it serious.
The movie breaks many social rules. It is hard to withstand. If you like such rule-breaking movies:
Dark and atmospheric war against drugs.
A Sci-Fi classic.
The story of how a news paper uncovered a massive child abuse scandal in the Catholic Church.
In an alternative reality weird things happen.
This is a movie about movies. Get in the taxi with Jafar Panahi as a driver and experience the ride.
Jafar Panahi is banned from making movies by the Iranian government. That doesn’t stop him. Exceptional.
This goes forward and backward at the same time. Had to watch it twice.
Tiny movie detail: when you play the radio messages during the car chase backwards, you’ll hear what will happen later in the movie.
A true classic search for a carpet. Best served with the promoted cocktail.
An activist group created this movie while investigating (cruel) japanese dolphin killers.
The story of Cambridge Analytica. I feel most people (and politicians) still do not understand the consequences.
A war movie with amazing sound, showing an army soldier operating in a bomb squad.
A biographic movie about Alan Turing who cracks the code of the Enigma.
An intelligent and terrifying drama/horror/mystery/thriller.
The Lighthouse was a very special movie. Shot in black and white in a square aspect ratio (yes, it has been produced in 2019). A great set and setting. Very intense, has many twists, it’s haunting. Overall a great movie but not particularly easy to watch (and understand).
I’m not sure if I’d have picked that animal in that situation.
In the epoch of our lifetime, at every corner, there is someone claiming to know it better…
A haunting WW2 movie about the Warsaw ghetto.
I think it’s just to recommended this movie to be played on a big screen.
An intense movie about the oil business around the year 1900.
You can rate this movie with 11 out of 10 stars on IMDb. Because 11 is better than 10.
“Professional tickling” sounds funny to you? Well then, go ahead, watch this movie and have your mind changed.
An above average German comedy with hilarious moments.
The story of a career woman and her relationship to her father and her job.
A drug drama. Some scenes are unique and have been referenced in other movies.
The great electro track ‘Born Slippy’ by Underworld is featured prominently.
A propaganda movie about North Korea, but the director continues filming between the scripted scenes.
Whispering voice: “Kowalski, Vanishing Point”. Does that trigger something in you?
Yes? No? Doesn’t matter, the car needs to be delivered.
My head is still spinning!
A calm movie about a young German couple which travels the world in 3.5 years by going east.
They documented the trip by filming and this movie summarizes it.
Quite a life changing experience for the couple.
This film paved the way for geopolitical thrillers. It’s about the Greek junta from 1967 to 1974. However, that information could not be revealed clearly in the movie - for political reasons.
Creating this is brave. The result is a well watchable movie.
If you like dark and violent movies, this one is for you. Gave me goosebumps a few times. Topic is the US haunting for a popular terrorist.
Although the impression manifests that the told story is true, no evidence is provided which would hold up in a court house. This ambiguity in combination with its political explosiveness makes it a movie worth watching… with a grain of salt.
Take a seat at the counter of a restaurant and listen what the others have to say.