"The Twilight. Saga. Dawn. Part II"(The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part II)
Producer: Bill condon
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner,
Ashley Greene, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning
As soon as Bella recovered from her difficult birth and turned into a vampire, the mighty Volturi clan decides to exterminate her along with her daughter, Edward and the entire Cullen family (in the ghoul legislation, there was another bureaucratic clue that gives this right). On the side of the Cullens, a pack of werewolves led by Jacob is ready to fight in the battle, but this is not enough. The Cullens set off to seek outside help — a good excuse to meet distant eccentric relatives scattered around the world.
What do we get
The entire film for the heroes is waiting for the battle. However, the Twilight viewers are not used to the slow development of the plot. Compared to the previous part, which took place in the terrible tribal cramps of Kristen Stewart, this one looks even refreshing. Unusual superhero abilities were given to new vampire heroes: one controls the elements, the other shocks - and the audience is entertained with a demonstration of these miracles until the final battle, plus Taylor Lautner strips down to his underpants once (producers realize that many buy a ticket in the hope of this) . As for the battle, everything is not bad at all: within nine minutes, a hundred vampires and werewolves frantically tear their heads apart. Spectators who went to the first three episodes of the saga in the vain hope of action can finally be satisfied.
Producer: Robert Zemeckis
Cast: Denzel Washington, Kelly Reilly, Bruce Greenwood, John Goodman, Don Cheadle
A passenger plane begins to fall apart ten kilometers above the ground. The fatal crash of all those on board is inevitable, but the situation is saved by the astonishing virtuosity and inspiration of the pilot. Of 102 people, 96 survive, the pilot is honored as a hero. There is only one problem: he is a perfect alcoholic and drove a plane under cocaine and drunk vodka. Very soon, the glory of the hero fades into the background for him in comparison with the fear of exposure and a probable prison term.
What do we get
The picture takes the first twenty minutes as a first-class action, and then unexpectedly slip instead a less popular genre - a two-hour colloquial drama from the life of alcoholics. Yes, Robert Zemeckis is not worried about meeting someone’s expectations. It seems that he chose this plot not contrary to, but because of his strangeness. Zemeckis is generally known for his craving for non-trivial scenarios: "Outcast", "Forrest Gump", "Back to the Future" - consider that all his films serve as proof of this. The “crew” turns out to be a film both unusual, and smart, and capable of catching on quite a mass audience.
French Family Chronicles (Chroniques Sexuelles d'une Famille d'aujourd'hui)
Directors: Pascal Arnold, Jean-Marc Barr
Cast: Matthias Mellul, Valerie Maes, Nathan Duval, Adlina Rebeyar
After Romain is caught for masturbation during a biology class, his mother, a lawyer with progressive views, is convinced that she was not sufficiently interested in the family’s sex life. It turns out that all of its members have something curious about this. The daughter is given to experiments with an insatiable bartender. The eldest son found himself in sexual encounters with married couples. And even the widower-grandfather comes to a prostitute a couple of times a month. Only the youngest, Romain is unhappy because at the age of 18 he has never had sex.
What do we get
French directors on a blue eye released a film, more than half of which is occupied by sexual scenes, and quite frank ones. (Fortunately, grandfather takes part in only one of them.) A viewer who does not have experience watching porn, the picture can shock in earnest. Actually, very little is distinguished from the Sexual Chronicles porn - the infrequent appearance of genitals in the frame and the presence of a somewhat digestible plot. In theory, this is a simple spiritual short film, which was stretched for an hour and a half by adding a dozen different scenes of debauchery with the participation of each of the main characters.
"Stories", the absurd domestic comedy "The Adventures of the Good Soldier Schweik", the domestic animated comedy "Ariran", a documentary shot almost exclusively by director Kim Ki Dook about his own crisis and received the main prize in the Cannes competition "Special Look"