Happy-Go-Lucky

Happy-Go-Lucky

Happy-Go-Lucky

  Mike Leigh Ken Loach is in addition to the best-known representatives of the socially committed, militant, British cinema, which is more characterized by the relentless exposing societal ills than by an excess of humor. All the more surprised and pleased to Mike Leigh’s new film Happy-Go-Lucky, who never boring in 118 minutes, the story – or rather, there are stories, little episodes – from Poppy (wonderfully played by Sally Hawkins, was arranged the Best Actor Award at the Berlinale ) says.

Poppy actually

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Trailer – Drachenzähmen made easy

Trailer - Drachenzähmen made easy

Drachenzähmen Made Easy

               Genre: Animated
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    The young Vikings Hiccup lives on the remote island Berk, which is plagued by dragons. Therefore, each Vikings training-blast in the fight against the reptile. When at last hiccup may also attend the course, he sees the chance to prove

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Garden State

Garden State

Garden State

  Andrew “Large” Large man (Zach Braff) is a moderately successful actor in Los Angeles. He earned his living as a waiter in a Vietnamese restaurant. Large has suffered since early childhood anxiety and swallowing so colorful lithium pills. Most of his youth, he has spent in a boarding school and broken off contact with his family after graduation. One day his father died in a message on the answering machine: Larges mother. Reluctantly, he returns to the place of his childhood. Back in his native New Jersey, he meets

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Trailer – 24 Hour Party People

Trailer - 24 Hour Party People

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The Ninth Day – TV-Tip of the Week

The Ninth Day - TV-Tip of the Week

The Ninth Day – TV-Tip of the Week

  The priest Henri Kremer (Ulrich Matthes) is permitted to interrupt his visit to Dachau concentration camp for nine days before returning to his home country of Luxembourg to his family. A grace that is not in vain to have: After arriving home, he must report daily to the Gestapo in Luxembourg with his young boss Gebhardt (August Diehl). By threatening to, in the case of Luxembourg Kremer escape his co-religionists in the Dachau “priest block” immediately shot to be clarified at the meeting from

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The Holy Mountain

The Holy Mountain

The Holy Mountain

  A film like a great trip, this film is the 1973 today. And accordingly it is rare to see nowadays. Indeed, so the tale goes, was a native of Chile Alejandro Jodorowsky Kinovisionär director and his actors to prepare for his film The Holy Mountain / La Montaña Sagrada especially experimenting with drugs of all kinds and meditated with them, so much to the level of to enter the collective consciousness. The result was a visionary cinematic masterpiece, polarized, like all films directed by the audience. Revered

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As in Heaven

As in Heaven

As in Heaven

  Daréus Daniel (Michael Nyqvist) is an internationally recognized and successful conductor, who has reached the pinnacle of his career. But after he has celebrated the audience, he is lonely, exhausted and unhappy. As his mental state deteriorated further and he still suffers a nervous breakdown, Daniel returns to his life in the spotlight back on and returns to the place of his childhood. In northern Sweden, a small village in northern Sweden, he bought the old school and falls quickly because of his fame in the circle

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Trailers – Cashback

Trailers - Cashback

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Der Untergang – TV-Tip of the Week

Der Untergang - TV-Tip of the Week

The Fall – TV-Tip of the Week

  Oliver Hirschbiegel’s Downfall docudrama was one of the most successful films of the last film in 2004 and one of the most controversial. The intention of the film and its makers was clear: Hitler, the beast, should be shown as a man, without any moral judgments or explanations for the greatest catastrophe of the 20th Century. An approach that many critics, at least surprise and displeasure, if not a clear unease or outright disgust provoked. So much innocence at such a sensitive topic was obviously

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December Boys

December Boys

December Boys

  When an actor – especially so young – is his first role as enormously successful and while he plays this role not only in a movie, but also in the six follow-up films, is the huge risk that he will henceforth only be identified with this role is. Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter in the same series of films based on the novels by JK Rowling is undoubtedly one of the candidates for such a career, after early successes, the world lost somewhere in the sand. Obviously, this danger also the 1989-born young star and

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