Evet, ich will! (DVD)

Evet, ich will! (DVD)

           Evet, ich will! (DVD)
               Genre: Comedy, Romance
               Wedding, bride, Berlin, groom, high-rise
  How well that man has drawers, in which he can insert another. Of drawers, that is prejudice, it booms with this damn funny and above all, extremely politically incorrect debut film by Sinan batteries. The great thing is it allowed to laugh without having to have a guilty conscience needs! Four couples who can not be unequal, and all but the only one want: marriage! While the German student Dirk (Oliver Korittke) his Turkish fellow student Özlem (Lale Yavas) marriage will – the condition for the mean but the loss of his foreskin and the conversion to the Muslim faith – makes the Kurdish radio host Coskun (Tim Seyfi) of his colleague Günay ( Idil Uner) a request. His problem is that their father wants to have no case, a Kurd as a son. While here already gerangelt, shouted and quarreled is, it looks for the car mechanic Emrah (Eralp Uzun) from almost worse, for his supposedly best friend Tim (Mickey Hardt) is more than that, namely, his life companion, from whom he has also received a request. But Emrah leads a double life and it almost comes to a wedding with one of his parents elect. Which in turn secretly a relationship with an African-American, of course, the parents must be told. Since the problems of Salih (Mürtüz Yolcu) are almost trivial, for it looks just a beautiful woman to marry, so he gets a residence permit. But since he does not just look like an Adonis, the task is more difficult than expected, because Sülbiye (Hülya Duyar), only serious candidate meets, so not to his taste. However, based on reciprocity, for forging the dreamy tax specialist assistant other plans … Evet, I will! is a dance around the most beautiful thing in the world (no, not football but love!), in which not a dry eye, is omitted, a political faux pas, not a stereotype is used thousands of times. Sinan Akkus thus has the acid test of his feature film debut, more than one existed, because in addition to entertaining entertainment and great humor, he offers a great space to reduce existing prejudices and to address simmering conflicts. Maybe he cares even more for this comedy with thoughtfulness, as if he had made a difficult film to digest concern. Above all, it was his aim to show that marriage among Turks, although the topic in the ranking list at the top is, however, that it involves, above all, a generation gap. For the older people always want a say a word in mate choice, much to the chagrin of the young. That sometimes can lead to evil conflicts, batteries, displays with a wink. That should be the ultimate cause of the marriage willing to show his protagonist. A look at the supporting cast is worthwhile, because once flutters, film critic and radio-a-host “Kino King Knut (Knut Elstermann) through the picture and the former Linde streets Starring Cetin Ipekkaya taught as a grandfather between the warring families. The only disturbing is the somewhat over-representation of liberal eco-parents of Dirk (Heinrich Schafmeister and Ingeborg Westphal), which staged the comedy takes a little out of hand. And that plays Oliver Korittke with OB-40 students one seems not very credible. But there is something like the second chance … Despite these weaknesses, a marginal part wonderfully light, fast-paced and above all, amusing film, which mediates between the sexes and cultures. Or how the director said, a “culture clash comedy Wedding”! (Silvy Pommerenke)
  Title: Evet, I will! (DVD) Country of production: , Germany Year of Production: 2008 Length: 90 (Min.) Published at: SAD Home Video format: 16:9 tone / language: , DTS 5.1, German, Turkish EAN: 4260214040117 Extras: Audio commentary, Making Of, Trailer, Photo Gallery

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

           You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger
               Genre: Romance
               Family relationship, marital crisis, Cannes 2010, fortune teller
  The old men and the sex is cursed – it comes to misanthropy and the last convulsions of masculinity, can the U.S. novelist Philip Roth to leave at least still waiting for Woody Allen and then to know a companion at his side, who understands him. In general, Allen seems increasingly to the trips in relatively unfamiliar in fields such as Match Point left back on tried and tested, which hinted at last already in Whatever Works. You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger tells the story of the wealthy pensioner Alfie (Anthony Hopkins) that everything in the world simply does not want to grow old. Unfortunately, takes his wife Helena (Gemma Jones) on the sensitivities of the husband no consideration and talks of nothing else more. Until one day, Alfie had enough and divorced after four decades of marriage can be to the blond and lavish Naivchen Charmaine (Lucy Punch) to marry and impregnate them. Meanwhile, moves the abandoned wife of the suddenly youthful (and between ourselves plenty of ridiculous) Alfie in the care of a rather dubious fortune teller (Pauline Collins), which runs from now on with their predictions and with the aid of whiskey in more than homeopathic doses of the threads. And as if that were not enough to familial adversity, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger also reported the difficulties of Alfies daughter Sally (Naomi Watts), whose marriage to the hapless writer Roy (Josh Brolin) is also not running optimally. And as an addition to the two equally beautiful and mysterious Indian woman (Freida Pinto feeds), the sky darkened and the legitimate daughter of the philanderer rapidly. Accustomed solid, humorous and ironic, with polished dialogue and a more than successful Cast Woody Allen’s new film offers no great surprises – apart from the moderate once esoteric undertones. On the red carpet of the Maestro made but (probably due to a cold, which got him quite windy on the Côte d’Azur) the impression that he had long since grown out of crises and self-doubt of his protagonist. Either this impression was only slightly depressed due to Allen’s daily condition, or the man is really getting old and tired. Just imagine what would happen if he would hang one day filmmaking on the nail – then you should probably think seriously about him. As it was, we still hope as many other films by and possibly again with him. (Michael Spiegel)
  Title: You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger Country of production: U.S., Spain Production year: 2010 Distribution: Concorde Film Distribution (# )

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

           You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger
               Genre: Romance
               Family relationship, marital crisis, Cannes 2010, fortune teller
    With concentrated star power waiting Woody Allen’s new film “You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger on. His book, he relates a like used by fortune tellers Prophezieung. One evening, Alfie wakes up sweating and is suddenly aware of his own mortality. After 40 years of marriage, he leaves his wife Helen, to experience a second youth. Helen is devastated and tries to kill herself. As a therapy and medication can not help her, she turns to the fortune teller Cristal. Soon, Helena finds her inner peace in which all decisions Cristal leaves. Helen’s daughter Sally encouraged her mother even, because it has many problems with her spouse, the writer Roy.   Title: You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger Country of production: U.S., Spain Production year: 2010 Distribution: Concorde Film Distribution (# )

Ca $ h – will be billed at the end

Ca $ h - will be billed at the end

           Ca $ h – will be billed at the end
               Genre: Comedy, Thriller, Crime
               Deceiver, France, thief, coup, police
  With copyist this is such a thing: On one hand, aspiring artists of their professors like once encouraged, but copying the works of the masters in order to uncover the secrets of color, composition and arrangement of light and shadow. On the other hand is liable to the all too vile poaching recognized masterpieces of always something objectionable and ends in the suggestion that the counterfeiters had their own ideas – if they have any at all – has lost. With his comedy crooks Ca $ h – is billed at the end is the elegant Eric Besnard-Movie Heist à la Steven Soderbergh Ocean’s series a small monument. He is not confined herself to copy, but developed the popular sub-genre, thanks to great actor, a successful staging of French charm and certainly more entertaining. Since his little brother a few years ago was killed in a failed con artist-coup, cherishes the charming and narcissistic thug Cash (Jean Dujardin) is only one wish: He wants to take revenge on the perpetrators of the cowardly murder. When the beat and karriereversessene and also with all the tricks Europol Commissioner Julia (Valeria Golino) Cash are arrested, she offers him a deal: he can regain his freedom if he helps her, using his connections to the underworld, the long- looking for master deceiver Maxime (Jean Reno making) arrested. This constellation is developing a large-scale game in which everyone plays with hidden cards of the counterparties and, incidentally, still a cleverly threaded theft against the breathtaking backdrop of the Cote d’Azur. should have is there any doubt that Eric Besnard all parts of Steven Soderbergh’s seen Ocean’s trilogy, and probably quite enjoyed. Nevertheless, Ca $ h – Ballad of Cable Hogue no vile copy, but rather a funny and very French homage to the model from Hollywood. Although this is a whole little original and, despite some calls for double bottom intellectually hardly out, but thanks to operate accurately drawn type, stylish pictures and many intricate twists and digressions, and a generous dose of humor magnificent. Only Jean Dujardin especially at the beginning of the movie too confident permanent smile, seems to lend his thoughts of revenge implausible, can one go be part of the time on my nerves, so it does really well that it later because of the cunning his beloved at last the features derail. Steven Soderbergh is likely that this even funny, but quite harmless crooks angry little comedy, but perhaps a little proud: For who is so lovingly copied, can be certain that he is one of the great masters of his craft. As in his case, yes absolutely correct. (Joachim Kurz)
  Title: Ca $ h – Ballad of Cable Hogue Original Title: Ca $ h Country of production: France Production year: 2009 (# ) Length: 98 (Min.) Published at: € Video format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German, French ( #) EAN: 4009750257463 Extras: Making Of (subtitles)

Everything will be fine

Everything will be fine

Read the rest of this entry »

Trailer – Will Not Stop There

Trailer - Will Not Stop There

Read the rest of this entry »

Trailer – There Will Be Blood

Trailer - There Will Be Blood

Read the rest of this entry »

Trailer – There Will Be Blood (DVD)

Trailer - There Will Be Blood (DVD)

Read the rest of this entry »

There Will Be Blood

There Will Be Blood

There Will Be Blood

  It begins with a rumbling on the soundtrack, a cacophony of shrieks, which eventually turns into a siren sound sequence, before the screen is bright for a brief moment, and sharing the views of the moon. The year is 1898, and this is the story of Daniel Plainview. This man, played by Daniel Day-Lewis, is one of many that burrow into painstaking and dangerous work in the earth to search for mineral resources and thus making their fortune. In the beginning, it is still the silver, after which he excoriates, but

Read the rest of this entry »

We will meet again n \ ‘

We will meet again n \

We will meet again \ ‘s

  The nursing home is located in the city. It was not hovering somewhere in the clouds. And yet it must be quite unusual. Not only because there is no care emergency exists and has taken no hustle and bustle around him, but because musicians are ghosts around here, the unexpected can stand in the elevator, in front of the lodge or in the dead space. Thus, the least seen the old woman Kramer and so the audience can also see the Stefan Hillebrand and Oliver Paulus \ ‘new film We’ll Meet Again \’ N

, the

Read the rest of this entry »