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Ferien in Lipizza (1966)
A very entertaining series from my childhood that seemed exciting, exotic and reassuring all at the same time. Much better than the Black Beauty series, or Follyfoot for that matter. The black & white format gave it a dreamlike quality, as did the theme tune (some find it cheesy but I love it and still play it!)
This series brings back many happy memories, mostly of me 'galloping' up and down our back lane in gritty Newcastle pretending to be riding one of the White Horses. Sadly I never had the chance to ride a real horse but the power of imagination was strong. Would buy it if only a DVD was available. A retro dream 8/10.
Eery and enjoyable
I enjoyed this movie. Confusion and uncertainty exist in war, so I felt it gave a taste to the viewer of what the troops were going through. If anything, it added to the nightmarish quality. Strange place, scared sh*tless, etc.
Very creepy, lots of tension, great location. I agree with earlier posts, it was reminiscent of The Shining (evil location induces madness and murder).
It won't appeal to everyone (as we all have different tastes) but I find this type of thoughtful horror far more terrifying and disturbing than the usual 'obvious' Hollywood horror - mainly because it invites you to use your imagination (a scary unlimited place!) instead of spelling it all out and tying up the loose ends.
Napoleon Dynamite (2004)
Such a hilarious, joyous movie...
This is a hilarious, charming movie. It's such a breath of fresh air to see an American film with dry humour and quirky, interesting characters. ND has style and dares to be different. I loved the bizarre retro clothes/hairstyles that spoke of cheesy, small-town America. It gave the piece an 'other-worldly' feel, as I know it was set in the present day.
The movie is a surreal joy, from llamas and moon-boots to tater tots and time machines. I have great difficulty in choosing a favourite character as they're all so fabulous. I love Uncle Rico's tops... where on earth did they find them? And Kip, what a babe! I suppose I have to go for Napoleon as the fave: he has 'skills', he draws like a dream and, boy, what a funky mover. Dang, he is sweet! See this film and love it.