Articles tagged with: movie review
The Norwegian short film Sommerjubel is a comedy filled with little jokes and charming scenes – light entertainment at its best. While much of the film’s humor may be lost on adults, it will be caught and enjoyed by younger audiences.
The Book Thief is an adaptation of an international bestselling book of the same name, with a story set in Nazi Germany during WWII.
The Selfish Giant is a tough movie about tough kids, tough people, tough luck and tough fate and it will take a lot of effort on the part of the viewer not to be affected by its poignant story.
Monkey Bar Mafia focuses on a “criminal” organization run by 10-year-old kids at the Camarilla College. While the action at first appears to be part of a game, the boys and their “ruthless” leader are really serious about their organization and its major goal.
Orphaned in the years following World War II, twelve-year-old Lem Nikodinoski is captured and locked up in a camp (a special orphanage of a kind) alongside other youths who had the misfortune of not only losing their parents in the war, but also were considered potential offenders of the ideological ideal set by the Communist Party.
4 Days in May: The action is dramatic, yet intense. A story of honor that deserves to be told.
A young boy creates a fantasy world for himself in order to cope with the separation of his parents.
I Declare War delivers a unique movie experience. Kids will love it – it’s tense enough to excite, yet perfectly suitable for audiences of all ages.
Milo is a Coming-of-Age narrative, focusing on the experiences of a 10-year-old boy whose life is religiously controlled by his father.
Vitus is an uplifting story that will make you laugh at times, and it will find a place in your heart long after you have watched it!
Drenge is a somewhat confusing Danish film by Director Nils Malmros.
An excellent film, Ways to Live Forever is guaranteed not to disappoint and is one you are likely rank as one of the best films you have ever seen.