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(2859) 6.2 101 min 2018

All Is True is a movie starring Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, and Ian McKellen. A look at the final days in the life of renowned playwright William Shakespeare.

Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Nonso Anozie
Drama, Biography, History
Kenneth Branagh

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Biography, History
Director Kenneth Branagh
Writer Ben Elton
Stars Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Nonso Anozie
Country UK
Also Known As Színház a világ, Casa Shakespeare, El último acto, シェイクスピアの庭, Sve je Istina, Όλη η Αλήθεια για τον Σαίξπηρ, Cała prawda o Szekspirze, A Pura Verdade
Runtime 1H 41M
Description A look at the final days in the life of renowned playwright William Shakespeare.

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Thursday, 12 Nov 2020 15:10

John Turturro is the quintessential American male; he is the ideal of the middle class, the ideal of masculinity. His character is in constant motion, with his life bouncing from one thing to the next, from one place to the next, and he has an extremely sophisticated and sophisticated vocabulary. In this sense, the film is reminiscent of "Almost Famous", and it may be the inspiration for a scene in "The Big Lebowski", but it's not a film with any of the characters really being funny. We don't laugh at them, we don't laugh at themselves, and we don't laugh at the characters they portray. We know they're flawed and conflicted, but we don't get to see that and neither do we care. The film succeeds because of this, because the characters are the same throughout the film, and it's the way that they are presented that creates a great deal of tension. In the end, we feel that this is what the film is about, and it is. That's the best thing about the film, and that's why it's so good. It's not a film that gets its depth from the performances, but rather it comes from the characters themselves. In addition, the film is shot in a way that is incredibly elegant. The colours are so intense, and the camera angles so beautiful, and it is the way that the film is shot that creates the tension and excitement that the film is meant to be about. We also see a lot of footage from the film, such as the early scenes, and we are able to see how the film was made. "Almost Famous" doesn't go into as much detail, but it is a film that we are able to see. "Almost Famous" is the best film I've seen this year.
Monday, 26 Oct 2020 11:46

Just watched this on DVD from Amazon and couldn't stop watching. This movie is more than a history lesson. It is an inspiring story that has relevance to our times. The film is amazing in that it is a well-written and well-directed story that can be enjoyed by everyone. There is so much that can be learned from this film, that I can't wait for it to come out on DVD. The cast is excellent. We had Matthew McConaughey, Josh Brolin, Jessica Chastain, Judi Dench, and Colin Firth. All of the actors did a great job. All of them brought their characters to life in their performances. Matthew McConaughey did a great job at conveying the seriousness and sorrow of this man. I love his work, and this film is another example. Josh Brolin also did a good job at being brave and strong. I am a big fan of his work. I really enjoyed his portrayal of the father. I really liked the way he handled the role. Jessica Chastain is a great actress and I enjoyed her performance. I really loved her portrayal of the mother. I thought her performance was brilliant. She did an outstanding job. I was really impressed with her. Colin Firth was really good in his role as Henry V, and he really portrayed the rebellious aspect of the character. I really liked him. I thought his character was interesting and I enjoyed his performance. I loved his portrayal. Jessica Chastain, Josh Brolin, and Colin Firth all did great work. I really enjoyed their performances. All of them really did a great job. All of the actors were great. The movie has a great message. I loved this movie and I recommend it to everyone. It is a very well-written story that can be enjoyed by everyone. I can't wait for the DVD release.
Thursday, 10 Sep 2020 13:27

Based on true events. A group of South African apartheid South African whites are trying to prepare for their war against the government by "cleansing" the countryside and killing the white farmers. The government claims that the massacres are a spontaneous response to the atrocities they commit against the black population. The South African government has set up a special unit called the "Kafka Unit" to deal with the problem. The director goes with the standard cover-up, or cover-up, against a cover-up. The truth is that the war is unnecessary, and it's killing, raping, and burning the land in the same sort of way that American soldiers are killing, raping, and burning in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. There is no reason for such violence. This movie presents some facts in a negative light, and some facts are totally ridiculous, such as the "African Revolution". There was no African Revolution in South Africa. We've been at war with this country for thirty years, and in that time we've not killed a single person. Most of the people in this movie are not even South Africans. The South African government has never authorized this film to be shown. This is a satirical, but not serious movie, and it is meant to make you feel ashamed of the war and the state of the country. But it is not a movie that will make you think about South Africa's history, or the responsibility of the South African government. If you're looking for that, you should see the recent documentary called "Roots". This movie is not a very good movie, and it's not a very good documentary. But it is still worth seeing, because of the theme and the style. It's well-made, and it's worth seeing.
Monday, 31 Aug 2020 02:18

Historical movies based on stories like the Salem Witch Trials, or the Battle of Bunker Hill, or the Spanish American War are too violent and heavy-handed to make for an engaging cinematic experience. But "Black Mountain," adapted from the autobiography of an enslaved black man in the Old South, is different. It's more than a movie about a slave revolt. It's an inspiring story of resistance. John Singleton's screenplay is a masterpiece of both craft and vision. A slave from New Mexico who is sold to a plantation in Mississippi is brought into the wayward world of an aging, wealthy plantation owner who has become disgusted by his former slaves' behavior. It is then that the slave's revolt is born. In the meantime, the owner is finding his own life in a miserable marriage and being haunted by the terrible memories of his former slaves. The problem is that the director's vision seems to lack some crucial depth. The slaves are not presented as complex human beings, with their own motivations and desires. We are shown only the actor's reactions to their master, and this is not enough to convey the desire to rebel. We do not understand the slave's life outside the plantation, and we do not understand the master's desire to retain control over his slave. If the slaves were less susceptible to the master's abusive behavior, we might have understood the reasons for their revolt, and then we might have had some understanding of why the rebellion failed. The film seems to live in an idyllic world where the whites and blacks are happy, content, and clean-cut. But that world is not a world of freedom and happiness, and it is certainly not a world where everyone is happy and content. The film succeeds at keeping us focused on the fact that the slaves are only animals, and the white society is a cruel one, filled with horrible injustices. "Black Mountain" is a great film, but the director and screenwriter did not write the story to fully capture the spirit of the era, or the needs and desires of the film's audience.
Friday, 10 Jul 2020 16:07

This movie does a great job of portraying the trials and tribulations that have come with the administration of the US occupation of Iraq. The movie's ending was very touching, and had me thinking about it for a while afterward. In the movie, director James Foley portrays a career-serving Iraqi intelligence officer who also grew up in the US and was shocked by what he was seeing on television. However, this Iraqi would rather see the actions of Americans in Iraq than his own people. He realizes that it was a war for oil, and that many Iraqi people were suffering because of that war. That's why he wants to get out of Iraq as soon as possible, so he can go back home to a country he believes he can help. After many of his colleagues are killed, he finally realizes that he has to go home and help his people, so he comes to the US, where he has a wonderful job as an analyst in the CIA. It is here that he is given the opportunity to tell his story. However, it is in the American embassy in Baghdad where he is given a chance to tell his story of his time in Iraq. Now, instead of the simple fact that he was a foreign employee, the reason why he was there was because he was supposed to be a good Christian. He was originally a missionary, but that was a mistake. He found out that the Iraqi people would not take his message of Christianity seriously, and so he went back to the embassy and got a job as a translator. However, he knew that he had to tell the story, because he realized that he had to leave Iraq for his country. However, he realizes that he must do something in his homeland before he leaves. He decides to leave his job and stay in Iraq for three months. He is soon offered a job by a company that has been providing support for the government's reconstruction efforts, but he must be careful about how he chooses his next job. For example, if he chooses to stay in Iraq for a job in reconstruction, he would be responsible for being in charge of the reconstruction, and would be not just a translator, but also the manager of the building where the reconstruction is happening. He is not sure whether he would be able to work effectively in this position, but as a matter of fact, he decides to stay in Iraq for the job. He is given the opportunity to tell his story of the time in Iraq, and he does not want to do it, but he has to. It is during this time that he learns more about his country, the people he met, and the things that his country had to do in order to win the war. The movie does an excellent job of capturing the struggles and difficulties of Iraq as a country during this time period, as well as the difficulties that came with it. Most of the people in Iraq did not want to leave their country, and as a result, they were able to be successful in their country. In fact, the real heroes of the movie were the Iraqis, who fought for their country, and the Iraqis themselves. The Iraqis worked tirelessly to build new schools and hospitals, and did not give up on their country, and they were willing to go to prison and pay a huge price to do so. However, there were also many Americans who were not willing to leave their country,
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 18:35

The film tells the story of how Lord Palmerston got the important documents from St. Petersburg in the aftermath of the Bolshevik Revolution. This was one of the most influential documents of the second world war, and Palmerston wanted to make sure that they were published. When the Chancellor of the Bank of England dies, his daughter Alexandra (played by Rachel Weisz) brings the documents to Palmerston and asks him to protect them. As the director, Matthew Michael Carnahan, had also won an Oscar for "The Truman Show", it was a sure bet that he would create a great film. However, the film suffers from a very slow pace. It's very easy to take for granted, and it's as if the director just can't find a point. There is no danger, suspense or excitement in the film. It feels like it's only made for the high-spirits, but it is a perfect example of what the Academy could have done with the award of best foreign film. The film starts with a very short introduction, in which the Minister of Foreign Affairs explains the country's history, and how the political leaders of the country got to where they are today. We then see the story of the Treaty of Versailles, the economic turmoil that led to World War I, and the trials and tribulations of the post-war period. It is difficult to see the importance of the documents because they are only shown in flashbacks, and it's not really explained how Palmerston came to be. The story is told in a very slow manner. The first half is relatively dull, but the second half takes off as the film progresses. This is where the film really becomes interesting and creates a great atmosphere. It's a very long film, with only an hour and a half that the film actually feels longer. There is very little action in the film, but it has a very good cast. The film is directed by an Oscar-winner, Matthew Carnahan, who also won an Oscar for "The Truman Show". This is one of the greatest foreign film of the year. 7/10

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