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Destino review

Posted : 3 days, 20 hours ago on 25 August 2015 01:44 (A review of Destino)

Disney was capable of too many cinematic adventures, but this one,matching with Dali was so bizarre and in a way so reasonably arty, that its rare that was cancelled and had to wait posterity to be finished.

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Fantasia 2000 review

Posted : 3 days, 20 hours ago on 25 August 2015 01:41 (A review of Fantasia 2000)

The flamingo-Saint Saens episode is wonderful, playful, comic, superb.The whlaes stuff is too solemn, the Rhapsody in blue is too argumentative.

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The Roots of Heaven review

Posted : 3 days, 20 hours ago on 25 August 2015 01:39 (A review of The Roots of Heaven)

It´s up to its fame. Niaf existencialism by Romain Gary and french souvenir muse Juliette Grecco, imposible actress. Flynn drinks more than acting, Welles is just visiting, Lukas is terrible. Eddie Albert and the elephants are the best.

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Last Words review

Posted : 5 days, 5 hours ago on 23 August 2015 04:34 (A review of Last Words)

Strange short, in the fringe of the filming of "Signs of life", with sense of humour and accomplices in the cretian town, playing with repetition of texts, popular music and common sense

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Herakles review

Posted : 5 days, 5 hours ago on 23 August 2015 04:30 (A review of Herakles)

The very beginning of Herzog. From the gym and from the very human urge to build muscle, you can ironize too easily on the man made world, its harmony and its conflict.

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The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser review

Posted : 5 days, 5 hours ago on 23 August 2015 04:27 (A review of The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser)

Maybe, with 'Aguirre',the best Herzog. It is clear,illuminate, tender, you feel the tension of Kaspar coping with civilization and logic and religion.

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La Soufrière review

Posted : 5 days, 5 hours ago on 23 August 2015 04:21 (A review of La Soufrière)

Just a short, almost improvised adventure in a deserted island. I like this non rethorical not too much filosofical Herzog.

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Signs Of Life review

Posted : 5 days, 5 hours ago on 23 August 2015 04:19 (A review of Signs Of Life)

Herzog's opera prima: a necessity to film outside Germany, even it has all its filosofical questions. Stroscek is surpassed by his madness, he builds stories, fire, light in a very quiet island.

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Grizzly Man review

Posted : 1 week, 1 day ago on 20 August 2015 03:24 (A review of Grizzly Man)

One of the best late Herzog's. Most of the material is Treadwell's but Herzog organization and explanation is ok. His decision of not showing the postumous recording of the death is compensated by its description.

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The Wild Blue Yonder review

Posted : 1 week, 1 day ago on 20 August 2015 03:19 (A review of The Wild Blue Yonder)

In spite of too long space ingravity ballets, its amusing ans interesting to follow the intriguing SF theory in the words of Dourif

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fernando posted a review of Destino

“Disney was capable of too many cinematic adventures, but this one,matching with Dali was so bizarre and in a way so reasonably arty, that its rare that was cancelled and had to wait posterity to be finished.” read more

3 days, 20 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Fantasia 2000

“The flamingo-Saint Saens episode is wonderful, playful, comic, superb.The whlaes stuff is too solemn, the Rhapsody in blue is too argumentative.” read more

3 days, 20 hours ago
fernando posted a review of The Roots of Heaven

“It´s up to its fame. Niaf existencialism by Romain Gary and french souvenir muse Juliette Grecco, imposible actress. Flynn drinks more than acting, Welles is just visiting, Lukas is terrible. Eddie Albert and the elephants are the best.” read more

3 days, 20 hours ago
fernando added 3 items to their collection
Destino

have watched

6/10

Fantasia 2000

have watched

6/10

The Roots of Heaven

4/10


3 days, 20 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Last Words

“Strange short, in the fringe of the filming of "Signs of life", with sense of humour and accomplices in the cretian town, playing with repetition of texts, popular music and common sense” read more

5 days, 5 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Herakles

“The very beginning of Herzog. From the gym and from the very human urge to build muscle, you can ironize too easily on the man made world, its harmony and its conflict.” read more

5 days, 5 hours ago

“Maybe, with 'Aguirre',the best Herzog. It is clear,illuminate, tender, you feel the tension of Kaspar coping with civilization and logic and religion.” read more

5 days, 5 hours ago
fernando posted a review of La Soufrière

“Just a short, almost improvised adventure in a deserted island. I like this non rethorical not too much filosofical Herzog.” read more

5 days, 5 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Signs Of Life

“Herzog's opera prima: a necessity to film outside Germany, even it has all its filosofical questions. Stroscek is surpassed by his madness, he builds stories, fire, light in a very quiet island.” read more

5 days, 5 hours ago
fernando added 5 items to their collection
Last Words

have watched

4/10

Herakles

have watched

4/10

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

have watched

8/10

La Soufrière

have watched

6/10


5 days, 5 hours ago
fernando posted a review of Grizzly Man

“One of the best late Herzog's. Most of the material is Treadwell's but Herzog organization and explanation is ok. His decision of not showing the postumous recording of the death is compensated by its description.” read more

1 week, 1 day ago
fernando posted a review of The Wild Blue Yonder

“In spite of too long space ingravity ballets, its amusing ans interesting to follow the intriguing SF theory in the words of Dourif” read more

1 week, 1 day ago
fernando added 2 items to their collection
Grizzly Man

have watched

6/10

The Wild Blue Yonder

6/10


1 week, 1 day ago
fernando posted a review of The Visit

“Too long and some interviews too dubitative, but a very serious approach on how an et encounter would be officialy held.” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago

“Good nice people, historic relatives of Dersu Uzala I think. Herzoz is so firendly with them that forgets where he is.” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago
fernando posted a review of Ode to the Dawn of Man

“Just a reccording of Reijseger work, not even an interview, neither texts. Cmera in hand throug the musics and their families.” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago

“Justifiably reiterative. The oportunity uninteresting interviews.to visit the cave is worth the reiterations, the long and insistente pannings through the walls and some” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago

“For Perry, interviewed open mindedly, as a selfnamed Christian he is going to Paradise, anyway. That simple lines is a new approach of the visión of religión nowadays.” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago

“Short, good nterviews on vicims and guilt ones of texting and driving. The forgiveness is more explored than guilt.” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago
fernando posted a review of Parents

“So extrange, life in the suburbs with domestic terror, parents occupied in thier sex games rather than child's nightmares.” read more

2 weeks, 4 days ago
fernando added 7 items to their collection
The Visit

have watched

6/10

Happy People: A Year in the Taiga

have watched

6/10

Ode to the Dawn of Man

have watched

4/10

Cave of Forgotten Dreams

have watched

6/10

Into the Abyss: A Tale of Death, a Tale of Life

have watched

6/10


2 weeks, 4 days ago
fernando posted a review of Manglehorn

“Without Pacino it would be a Little boring character film of a grumpy violent I hate everybody but my cat, old man. At least, it has naturalistuic dialogues in its long scenes.” read more

3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando posted a review of Woman in Gold

“Well narrated, Mirren is excellent; but there are some clisés as the grumpy old strong lady imposing on a ypung man. In the other hand, every clisé has some contrasting scenes.” read more

3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando posted a review of Zou Zou

“Baker is full energy, form her choreographic finger tip to her bones. Allegret is as enegetic as her; but has not enough resoruces for his ambitious musical sequences.” read more

3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando posted a review of Burying the Ex

“Little Dante, romantic terror comedy. The gore is forgettable, the gags are too poor. We've seen everything with zombies before this.” read more

3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando posted a review of The Malta Story

“Filming in location and using a lot of documentary stuff has its problems for the action, but gives carácter to the film. Guiness and Pavlow have some nice romantic moments. Robson always excellent.” read more

3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando posted a review of Damn the Defiant!

“Nice carácter and acting duel by Guinness and Bogarde, Bogarde using Guinness´s son as a weapon. Regular action and pattriotism in extremis by Quayle and his men a bit corny. Good Murray Melvin as a false but noble gentleman.” read more

3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando added 6 items to their collection
Manglehorn

have watched

5/10

Woman in Gold

have watched

6/10

Zou Zou

have watched

6/10

Burying the Ex

have watched

5/10

The Malta Story

have watched

6/10


3 weeks, 5 days ago
fernando posted a review of Dark Waters

“De Toth, as good as he could be. A terrorific atmolsphere, with swamp and mistery, with noirish feeling (even Elisha Cook is here) and a well constructed sense of fear inside and outside pretty Merle.” read more

1 month ago
fernando posted a review of Till the End of Time

“Simple and pefect exposure of a personal and familiar drama inside a bigger social one: demovilization after WW II. Madison's character is moving trying to tell and shout his war stories to a mother that doesn´t want to hear. McGuire as a nonsense girl is ok. I prefer Mitchum selfdestructive tahn s” read more

1 month ago

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