Regensburg in 3D
The documentary "Regensburg 3D" is the first film in the series "Germany in 3D." Shows the most interesting and popular of the city, as the Gothic cathedral and the stone bridge, but also beautiful images of the surroundings, as Donaustauf Walhalla near the nature reserve of hell in the Middle Bavarian Forest's Throat Danube near Kelheim.
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Regensburg in 3D torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Shark Night is hated by many because of how poorly structured the plot is and the movie pretty much all over the place, half of the movie not even focused on sharks. That is true, which is why I love it. The flick pushed the limits way too far with the PG-13 rating, if you ask me. The violence is over the top, and is pretty disturbing too. I though, loved this movie and thought it was highly entertaining.
(it) wrote: i love albert brooks and though this isnt as good as lost in america or defending your life, its still a funny and clever mockumentary. i would expect nothing less but brooks who is always a joy to watch. i think that this film has more relevance today than ever given the reality burst. in many ways, the absurdism of this film has been bypassed by the ludicrous display of current reality TV.
(jp) wrote: Wow, looks like reviews are looking very gray as of late...anyway... [b]Rififi[/b] - Heard it was a cool film-noir, and it was. Not an amazing stand-out piece, but a fun one nonetheless. [b]Primer[/b] - Carruth did a lot with the tiny little $7,500 budget of his. He proves that its not about money, its about devotion. Good style, but it requires repeat viewings which I didn't partake in, sadly. Ultimately about greed, yet in the moment about being able to pay attention and know what they're saying, Primer is, or at least, would be, a mind-blowing film. That is if you can grasp your hands around it. [b]The Nomi Song[/b] - A well-done doc on Klaus Nomi, a big influence on the New Wave of the 80s and a big mystery. He's probably one of the strangest people that has ever been documented on film, but otherwise, this doc does well with its material (which is just interesting by itself). The direction fits the strangeness of its subject with cuts that seemingly come out of nowhere and some weird interview styles. Overall, a really interesting movie. [b]Intimate Stories[/b] - A sweet little story. Nothing amazing or astounding here, just intersecting stories about three people---an old man who just wants his dog (who left some years earlier) back, a salesman with a dull life looking for love with a widowed mother, and a single mother competing for a trip on TV. Too widely appealing for anyone to be disappointed. [b]Nobody Knows[/b] - A sad tale of four children who have to strive to live in Japan without a mother or father. Though it may be sad and depressing to some, its a very touching film. And this is by no means a short film, running at about 2 hrs and 20 mins, this film makes you feel apart of their segmented family. They're taken care of by their oldest brother, played by Yagira Yuya (who won the Best Actor award when it premiered at Cannes), and he does one of the best child-acting jobs I've seen in a long while. Go see it now.
(br) wrote: no info = no interest
(kr) wrote: Este es un filme de accin de Bruce Willis que no tuvo buena acogida por la crtica. Yo honestamente no entiendo que no les gust. Yo tuve la suerte de verla en cine y me gust mucho. Es un filme donde Bruce Willis comparte crditos con una Sarah Jessica Parker varios aos antes de que ella se hiciera famosa por su serie de TV "The Sex and the City". Adems de que en el elenco se cuenta con slidos actores como Dennis Farina, Tom Sizemore y una breve pero vital participacin de John Mahoney (Fraser). Me gusta que presenta una interesante pelcula de policas, y muta a la patrulla del ro que es un aspecto de la polcia poco (si no es que nunca) presentado antes o despus de este filme. Yo honestamente cada vez que puedo si la logro pescar en cable, la vuelvo a ver. Altamente recomendada.
(ca) wrote: Not super memorable, but it did the job.
(au) wrote: This is about a man who inherits a mansion which belonged to someone who practiced black majic. He starts studying the literature and learns how to conjure up these evil ghouls that are allowed to roam the grounds but can only be seen by him, but, during one of his rituals he accidentally conjures the grounds previous owner who returns to take back his house, his ghouls, and all the power his inheritant has created. Not sure how people say this is a Gremlins "rip-off". Not much in the way of moral stories or a hero like in Gremlins...there is a warlock at one point tho. I give this one 4/5 stars because there are certain movies from my childhood that I can still remember horrifyingly vivid, this and Puppet Master are among the top ones.
(kr) wrote: Interesting that this film was billed as almost a wacky comedy when it's a bittersweet film about aging, friendship, and death. Burns give a natural performance and is equal to the legendary Strasberg. Carney is delightful. True this movie is slow by today's standards. The director Brest allows the camera to move almost as slowly as the characters. And the robbery is over by the the first 40 minutes. But the film really isn't a caper film, but a movie about not having any purpose in life. I saw this as a teenager and again as I approach 50. It the story seems even more becomes even more powerful.
(ca) wrote: Without hyperbole, one of the greatest films of all time. Russell's craftsmanship and hell raising attitude towards the church and the film's audience creates a movie lodged somewhere between exploitation and high art.
(us) wrote: This is like 1 of the BEST MOVIES EVER made, and was my 1st DVD I ever bought, just a really Cool movie, if ur into the whole theme that is :)
(de) wrote: I'm a dude and I love it :)
(us) wrote: I doesn't think it was too bad.. It got me sorting in the edge of my seat a couple of times... Not too many jumps, though. And some of the acting was a little poor. I liked the ending.