Trailer – The Bay

Trailer - The Bay

The Bay

               Genre: Documentary
The Book – Trailer (German) The Bay – The Cove – Trailer (English)
    Each year, 23,000 Japanese fishermen kill dolphins. Yet. For the first time a documentary has been able to uncover the bloody slaughter. Thus the survival of marine mammals are sky rocketing. But not only that: Quasi “casually” successful director Louie Psihoyos a fascinating

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What good is Love in Thoughts

What good is Love in Thoughts

  “You understand nothing,” replies Paul Krantz (Daniel Brühl), the two policemen who interrogated him. The detectives are sure that he is one of the leaders of a suicide club, who makes speeches in the last time in Berlin on his own.

So begins a new film by Achim von Borries What Love in thoughts, on a real case, the “Steglitz student drama based that struck in 1927 the Weimar Republic. The focus has written the story, couches von Borries, along with his co-authors Hendrik Handloegten ( “learning”),

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Stranger than Fiction

Stranger than Fiction

Stranger Than Fiction

  Harry Crick must die. So it wants the writer Karen Eiffel, for Harry (Will Ferrell) is the protagonist of her new novel. But Karen Eiffel (Emma Thompson) suffers from writer’s block, she does not know how they should kill her Harry. Which she does not know is that Harry really is. As she describes it, he Tapert lonely and routinely through life as an honest tax official. As a lover, he counts the number of steps to the bus, he calculated the brush strokes when brushing your teeth in no time and solves complex

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Trailer – JCVD

Trailer - JCVD

JCVD

               Genre: Drama, Crime
JCVD – Trailer (English)
    The reviewer denies himself a thing it is to fantasize about the great comeback of the 1980s and 1990s Action Heroes. Of course, it would prove to Bruce Willis Die Hard 4.0 with all its mockers – and fans – again.
Title: JCVD Country of production: France, Belgium, Luxembourg Year of production: 2008

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October Country

October Country

October Country

  No day is better suited as a metaphor for the dark side of the American dream as Halloween, that night between 31 October and 1 November, in the wake of the ghosts of the past to life and haunted by the small towns of the valiant and rural America. The spirits who feel Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher’s documentary October Country afterwards, of course, are not fictional creatures from inexpensive baubles and glitter, in which small-town kids begging for sweets and teens, but real horrors of a desolate, “White Trash”

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Trailer – Cop Out

Trailer - Cop Out

Cop Out

               Genre: Comedy, Crime
Cop Out – Trailer (English)
    Kevin Smith ( “Clerks”) new comedy follows the professional life of an unequal New York police trailer combination. Wohungseinbrüche, lost baseball cards and recalcitrant prisoners, those are the little glamorous cases with which they have to do Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.
Title: Cop Out Country of

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Shoot ‘Em Up

Shoot Em Up

Shoot ‘Em Up

  He constantly eats carrots, because they are good for the eyes, and therefore he can shoot better. He considers himself a rat as a pet, which he taught to open his door. Located in a hail of bullets, he can stand in spontaneously as an obstetrician. We’re talking about Mr. Smith (Clive Owen) in Michael Davis ‘action-Cracker Shoot’ Em Up, which must save the life of a baby in front of a dark, opaque Gang, led by Hertz (Paul Giamatti).

In fact, Mr. Smith has nothing at all. But as a pregnant woman (Ramona Pringle)

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Peer Gynt

Peer Gynt

Peer Gynt

  Henrik Ibsen’s folk tale based on a dramatic poem Peer Gynt is probably best known for the haunting orchestral version of Edward Grieg, the general public. Finally, have “Solvejgs Song” and “In the Hall of the Mountain King” proved to be a veritable classic hits. Today, however, the music for the theatrical performance is usually omitted because it is generally perceived as no longer fit. It is mainly the complexity of history and the peculiarities of the text written in verse, a cinematic reworking how those directed by

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Pas douce – The Unsanfte

Pas douce - The Unsanfte

Pas douce – The Unsanfte

  Frédérique, called Fred (Isild Le Besco) is a young woman full of inhibitions and aggression. She lives in a small town in the middle of the mountainous landscape of the French part of Switzerland, works as a nurse and has just lost her boyfriend, who is based elsewhere. To combat the pain, they can drift, looks for men in pubs and bars for a one-night-stand and yet find what they seek, perhaps because they do not even capable, gentle and even affectionate to be like one of her lovers she accuses. But Fred

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  Two brothers on their way to success in New York’s crazy art scene: The one who is Josh Jacobs (Eion Bailey), an abstract painter and the secret star – no, rather the cash cow of its gallery owner Madeleine Gray (Marley Shelton). The other, Adrian Jacobs (Adam Goldberg, who has also co-produced the film) is a composer for new (and very atonal) music with chains leitmotif tin pails, shrill cry – and pretty inaudible. Regular basis, the few hearers to flee from his concerts. Adrian seems not – at least disrupt the outside

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