The story is followed by Jack, a very clever serial killer, twelve years and depicts the murders that actually develop their inner maniacki.
Director: Lars von Trier, author: Lars von Trier (screenplay), Jenle Hallund (story) Letters: Matt Dillon, Bruno Ganz, Uma Thurman
USA 1970 century. We follow a very intelligent rosette over a span of 12 years and introduced a murder that defines Jack’s development as a serial killer. We’re experiencing a story about Jack while every murder is a work of art in itself. Because of the inevitable approaches to police intervention, it takes more and more risks, trying to create the ultimate work of art. Along the way we experience the descriptions of Jack’s personal country, the problems and thoughts performed in repetitive conversations with the unknown boundary-grotesque blend of sopalstry mixed with almost childish self-esteem and psychopathic explanations. The house that Jack built is a dark and hideous story, but it is introduced into a philosophical and accidental lip.
A young orphan named Lewis Barnavelt helped his charming uncle to find a watch with power to the end of the world.
Directed by: ELi Roth Writers: Eric Kripke (screenplay), John Bellairs (based on novel AV) letters: Jack Black, Kate Kate, Owen Vvaro
From Lewis Barnavelt, after losing his parents, he was sent to Michigan to live with his uncle Jonathan. He discovers his uncle’s magician and enters the world of magic and sorcery. But this power is not confined to good people: Lewis attends the ISAAC Izara, the evil magic that has developed a magical clock of black magic, until he’s ticking, counts towards the end of the world. He died before he finished the clock, but he hid the watch in his house where Uncle Jonathan lives. Now Lewis Ochionatan has to find the watch before he finishes his launch clock and ends the world.