Mit "Year One" wagt Komödien-Urgestein Harold Ramis eine alttestamentarische Geschichtsrekonstruktion mittels Furz- und Fetisch-Witzen. Zed und sein Freund Oh leben in einem prähistorischen Dorf als Jäger und Sammler. Zed ist als Jäger erfolglos und wird ebenso wie der Sammler Oh vom Stamm nicht respektiert und von den Frauen nicht beachtet. Nachdem er vom verbotenen Baum der. Year One - Aller Anfang ist schwer ein Film von Harold Ramis mit Jack Black, Michael Cera. Inhaltsangabe: Irgendwann in der Steinzeit: Zed.
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Zed und sein Freund Oh leben in einem prähistorischen Dorf als Jäger und Sammler. Zed ist als Jäger erfolglos und wird ebenso wie der Sammler Oh vom Stamm nicht respektiert und von den Frauen nicht beachtet. Nachdem er vom verbotenen Baum der. Year One – Aller Anfang ist schwer (Originaltitel: Year One) ist eine Filmkomödie aus dem Jahr von Regisseur Harold Ramis mit Jack Black und Michael. salonliteracki.eu - Kaufen Sie Year One - Aller Anfang ist schwer günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. salonliteracki.eu - Kaufen Sie Year One - Fi Tarihi günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Year One. . Komödie. 1 Std. 37 Min.. Deutsch Audio. FSK12. Geschichte wurde geschrieben von diesen Jungs? Zed (Jack Black) und Oh (Michael. Mit "Year One" wagt Komödien-Urgestein Harold Ramis eine alttestamentarische Geschichtsrekonstruktion mittels Furz- und Fetisch-Witzen. In „Year One“ geht es um den Sinn des Lebenes - behaupten die Macher. Tatsächlich unterbietet der Film mit schalster Situationskomik, ganz.
In „Year One“ geht es um den Sinn des Lebenes - behaupten die Macher. Tatsächlich unterbietet der Film mit schalster Situationskomik, ganz. Year One. . Komödie. 1 Std. 37 Min.. Deutsch Audio. FSK12. Geschichte wurde geschrieben von diesen Jungs? Zed (Jack Black) und Oh (Michael. Year One - Aller Anfang ist schwer ein Film von Harold Ramis mit Jack Black, Michael Cera. Inhaltsangabe: Irgendwann in der Steinzeit: Zed. Inzwischen sind Kinox Shadowhunters die Hebräer in Sodom angekommen, um die ungläubigen Sünder zu bekämpfen. Das Happy End besteht nicht etwa darin, Mystique X Men Sodomiten für ihre Ausschweifungen zu bestrafen; sondern ihre Knechtung durch eine religiös Anja Rützel Herrscherkaste aufzubrechen. Ich hab ihn bisher nur auf Englisch gesehen, vielleicht liegt es auch an der Synchro? User folgen 1 Follower Lies die 53 Kritiken. Visa-Nummer. Insofern wer lachen will: Gucken! Mehr erfahren. Oliver Platt.
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On their travels, they meet Cain and Abel on a fateful day, stop Abraham from killing Isaac, become slaves, and reach the city of Sodom where their tribe is now enslaved.
Zed and Oh are determined to rescue the women they love, Maya and Eema. Standing in their way is Sodom's high priest and the omnipresent Cain.
Zed tries to form an alliance with Princess Innana, which may backfire. Can an inept hunter and a smart but slender and diffident gatherer become heroes and make a difference?
As a fan of most of Jack Black's work so far at least the non Tenacious D stuff that is in comedy and a fan of Michael Cera's great straight man work on Arrested Development and Superbad, I was very disappointed in this film.
It is a great premise for a movie but it fails to deliver many laughs, it is basically one of those "all the funny parts are in the trailer" movies and was I think a really wasted opportunity for what could have been a very funny film.
Jack Black is okay doing his usual act and Michael Cera is very good in his typical straight man role but the laughs don't exactly come flowing through.
There are a couple of very good cameo appearances in the movie, I don't want to spoil the surprise, and they help to make up for the overall poor quality of the rest of the film.
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See all 42 questions about Year One…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 05, Emily May rated it it was ok Shelves: arc , paranormal-uf , dystopia-utopia , Roberts's romances may not be my thing, but I did enjoy the first few books of her Naked in Death series, and I've really been in the mood for a dark, post-apocalyptic dystopia.
But, sadly, I think what started as a really great dystopian set-up quickly became a very stock urban fantasy novel. It's honestly quite jarring how quickly it changes.
The first f "The human race is finished, and in its place come the weird and the strange, demons from hell. The first few chapters set the scene so well - the creepy arrival of the Doom, the disease that becomes an epidemic almost overnight, the devastating loss of human life across the world It competes with some of the best pandemic fiction, like The Stand and Blindness.
And yet, it failed for me when the fantastical elements came swooping in. Suddenly, people are developing superpowers and running rabid through the streets.
Lana and Max are even witches! The perfect opening fell into a chaotic story that seemed so at odds with the beginning.
I just know I found it unpleasantly disorientating to discover that the meat of the novel was very different to the feel of the set-up. Roberts also uses a really strange fragmented sentencing style that I don't recall her using in her other books.
I first thought there were a bunch of errors in my arc, until I realised that the author actually intended it this way. Jonah, Arlys, Lana and Max are the main focus of the novel, and the latter two are expecting a child who it seems will become central to the war between good and evil, but there are many, many characters in this book and all of them seem pretty black or white; good or bad.
The antagonists are so despicable that it is almost comical, and the protagonists are well-meaning and good, without complexity.
It's all a little bland. This is actually the most disappointed I've been in a while - I think mostly because the start of the book was so strong that I had been subconsciously writing a five-star review in my head.
It was so sad that this became a standard gory, end-of-the-world story with characters not worth remembering.
A real shame. Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube View all comments. Sep 01, Celeste rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , dystopian , sci-fi , favorites.
You can find this review and more at Novel Notions. November update : I just finished reading this book for the third time. I have loved it more every time I've read through it, which I think speaks volumes about any book.
But this story in particular is something special. Yes, it's about the end of the world. Or rather, an end. It's also about what is reborn from the ashes.
It's about love and loss and joy and grief and community and hard work and light battling against the darkness. It You can find this review and more at Novel Notions.
It's about family, both born and found. It's about fighting for what is right no matter what, and no matter how terrible the odds are stacked against you.
I honestly feel that this series is the most powerful story Nora has ever told. If she really nails the final book, this will be in among my top ten favorite series I've read in my entire life.
Have I raved about it enough yet? I'm going to leave my original review untouched, but I had to add something about how incredibly well this series lends itself to rereads and deep thought and provoking genuine emotions without ever playing games with your heart.
And now, without further ado, here's what I thought of the book in December of , when it was first published. Original review : You had me scared there for a while, Nora, but you came through.
Just in a way that was different from what I was expecting. Have you ever picked up a book by an author you love and when you start reading it you keep having to remind yourself that said author wrote it?
That was what I struggled with at the beginning of this book. Yes, the writing style I had come to love was still undoubtedly present.
So, when I started reading Year One, I was thrown for a bit of a loop. Yes, I read the synopsis and knew it was going to be different for her, but I failed to comprehend just how different it would be.
Now, The Stand is one of my favorite books of all time. But reading something so similar to it in the voice of my comfort author made for some severe cognitive dissonance right out of the gate.
However, once I got adjusted to the bleakness of the plot and accepted the fact that Nora would actually be killing off an insane amount of characters for her, I really appreciated the story.
Again, this book bore a remarkable resemblance to The Stand , but in no way felt derivative of the aforementioned novel.
Seeing people learn for the first time that they are witches or elves or fairies, while they are struggling to deal with the fallout of a plague that wipe out massive amounts of the population, was a truly unique twist on the apocalyptic plague storyline that has been so popular for the past decade or so.
And seeing those people choose sides, joining either the Light or the Dark, was a study in human nature.
One of my favorite things about The Stand was witnessing survivors finding each other and trying to rebuild society in the small community they created.
That same societal rebuilding was present here, and it was a joy to read after the horror and darkness of the Doom.
But watching our various main characters meet up and begin rebuilding was a beautiful testament to the resilience of mankind. And while darkness may on occasion win a battle, light will always win the war.
At least, this is what I gather from the books she released the past few years, as well as those slated for publication soon. I might not agree with the spirituality presented in the majority of her novels, but I do agree with the worldview: even in the darkest of times, there is always hope.
Also, for the first time in her career, Nora has published a book without a central romance, which I think it incredibly gutsy. Upon my second reading, I'm still blown away by the risks Nora took with this book, and how well those risks paid off.
Thank you for stretching your wings, Nora, and for sharing the story. Review originally written December You can purchase a copy of the book here , with free shipping worldwide!
View all 45 comments. I enjoyed it! View all 7 comments. Nov 22, Jilly rated it it was amazing Shelves: urban-fantasy , faeries-fae , apocalyptic-post-apocalyptic.
Nora Roberts writing Urban Fantasy? It's a good day. And, she wrote one of my favorite book boyfriends into existence.
How could I resist this? I need it as much as I need this: Our story is not that unique, I admit it. It has a little bit of the feel of Stephen King's "The Stand", but in a less gross and creepy way - also about a million times shorter.
The world ends by way of virus and the survivors come in a few assorted varieties. There are the ones who fi Nora Roberts writing Urban Fantasy?
There are the ones who find themselves with powers that are good. The light, and all that stuff. They are elves, good witches, faeries, shapeshifters, etc Some of them are just kind of clairvoyant.
And some of them have powers that they aren't quite sure they want, like seeing other people's deaths. It's not all glitter and rainbows Next are the ones with the dark powers.
They seem kind of demonish. They are totally into torture, rape, and killing as many survivors as possible. They really enjoy it.
It's their thing. That's right, they are sea turtle level evil. That's the ultimate in evilness. And, finally, we have the humans that were immune for whatever reason.
Some are good, some are bad, but many of them have the mentality that we humans tend to have when something new and powerful comes along that we don't understand: Ahh, humanity.
We are a predictable lot. In this book we are following a few different main characters and their struggles to find other humans and safety. I liked all of the characters and felt like they were developing nicely.
There are also some romances that are happening, along with some mystery and danger. It really had a lot going on, and I appreciated that.
I also liked the pacing of the book and never got bored or felt like skimming. One of my favorite characters, aside from Fred, is a guy who shows up really late in the book.
He is helping a woman in labor and has to deliver her baby and is completely clueless about the whole thing. Here are some of his thoughts that cracked me up : he wiped at her sweaty face, and wondered why the female of any species agreed to the process of perpetuating it.
Three insane hours later, he know damn well there had to be a better system You're doing great. I know it hurts.
I don't know why the hell it has to hurt so much. It's a crap system, but we're getting closer to the payoff.
You can do this. Where's the "let's kill it" meme? Not only did I love this character, but felt like all of them were interesting and well-developed.
Only the bad guys seemed one-note, but we never really followed them or got into their heads. I wouldn't mind seeing one or more of them struggle for their humanity or something like that in future books.
Which brings me to my biggest negative - waiting for the next book. Plus, I don't want her to slow down on the Eve Dallas series to write this one.
But, I don't want her to be slow on this one to write Eve Dallas. Can we clone Nora Roberts or something? I like where this is going. Let's try it.
View all 18 comments. A normal set of events on New Years Eve sets off a catastrophe that slowly turns the world on end. Half of the population is gone, governments lose control, law and order are a thing of the past and magick is unleashed The story chronicles the paths of Lana Bingham and her partner, Max Fallon; journalist Arlys Reid and her intern Little Fred; and paramedic Jonah Vorhies and doctor Rachel Hopman, along with others as they make their way to some sembl A normal set of events on New Years Eve sets off a catastrophe that slowly turns the world on end.
The story chronicles the paths of Lana Bingham and her partner, Max Fallon; journalist Arlys Reid and her intern Little Fred; and paramedic Jonah Vorhies and doctor Rachel Hopman, along with others as they make their way to some semblance of sanity.
I was skeptical when I learned Nora was tackling this genre but I should have known better. She masterfully creates a world of chaos while interjecting normalcy through her characters.
I was mesmerized while at the same time horrified at what might be around the next corner. The characters got under my skin and atypical of the author, not all were sacred.
Julia Whelan delivers the most wonderful performance in her narration, seemingly being several different narrators.
Her storytelling was just perfect and her male interpretations were more than believable. The underlying premise is mystifying but also kind of logical.
The contrasts of good and evil with human nature is chilling as it has some parallels to current events. View all 21 comments.
Jan 14, Tiffany PSquared rated it liked it Shelves: nora-roberts , reading-challenge , sci-fi-or-fantasy , my-library. They've gone mad, like she has.
Immune to the virus, doomed anyway. That's the reality It wasn't bad, but then again, it wasn't that good either.
Want to know what this book was? What I Liked - The Doom. Even the name gives it the weight it deserves.
A plague on the land that decimates the human population and forces those that remain into survivor mode. Yes, I'm here for all of that.
Gore and battle, survival and heroism, loss and victory. The book comes alive when the action is underway. Sure, in every story the tide of action ebbs and flows.
It just seems like there was a little too much ebbing hence the Little House on the Prairie reference. The survivors set up communities and we learn all about their attempts at husbandry and lawmaking, breadmaking and baby-burping.
Unfinished sentences peppered the book and some where it was unclear who the speaker was. It seemed out of character for Roberts.
The "busy" parts of the book were well written. I felt the danger, the fear, the distress, and the determination.
But the parts in between the action were disappointing in how bland and mundane they were. I know this is a trilogy and that takes some plot-building, but do I really have to know about it every time Lana cooks a meal or someone plants some rosemary?
There are so many of them maybe too many? Who are they? How did they form so quickly? It's never mentioned if they are Uncanny or human.
Are they motivated just to raid and nothing else? And the dark Uncanny -- who are the ones that aren't in human form?
Where did they come from? At this point, I almost feel like I could walk away from the series and be alright. That's not what a fantasy series is supposed to make you feel.
Truth is, there are so many characters and so many stories, it was difficult to feel attached to any one character or set of circumstances.
Not to mention that at certain times, Roberts takes a few pages from George R. Martin's books and Generally, I enjoy apocalyptic, dystopian novels.
They help me appreciate the relatively calm and generally peaceful world I live in every day. Plus, they help remind me to keep my go-bag full of new batteries and protein bars.
Nora Roberts has put her pen keyboard? And what better way to start off a new year than to read about a pandemic plague that almost ended life as we know it?
It had parts that were really well-written, but there are things about it that might keep me from recommending it to all.
View all 5 comments. Jun 21, Ben Alderson rated it liked it. I have been mulling over what to rate this. I am not the biggest fan of reviewing books on goodreads but I really want to explain this rating The reason this book lost two stars for me..
A dystopian setting I really didn't see enough 'Uncanny' characters. I wanted more explanation to the differences between witches, fairies, elves bla bla bla.
I just found the reading experience so hard to visualise what was going on. That being said, I did enjoy this book.
Anyway, sorry for this grammar filled, gross spelled review. I am having a coffee now but it seems to not be working..
View 1 comment. I haven't read many Nora Robert books preferring instead the works of her alter-ego JD Robb but as this is more fantasy I decided to give it a go.
And I really enjoyed it. It doesn't re-write the apocalypse genre but it is a good read and I did like the magical twist.
As with many of this type of book there's a host of characters but Nora juggles them well with lots of individual personalities and is some cases abilities.
We have fairies, elves, telekinetics and more. I quite liked the inclusion I haven't read many Nora Robert books preferring instead the works of her alter-ego JD Robb but as this is more fantasy I decided to give it a go.
I quite liked the inclusion of all the babies. That's an interesting twist and they've been set up for the most part to have big roles in the next few weeks.
I didn't quite enjoy the ending. I accept that we needed to follow the story of Lana and the birth of her daughter but her leaving the sanctuary of New Hope meant we didn't get to really say goodbye to the rest of the people in the book.
As this is the first of a series I know they'll be back but it did feel a bit abrupt for me. Oh and I kept waiting for the Big Bad to turn up and didn't quite get that.
There are one or two characters that are bad and again you can see they will have more of a role in the second book but I was expecting a super-evil but I'm happy to wait and see what happens next.
Overall I really enjoyed this. I'm intrigued enough to follow the series to its conclusion and looking forward to what happens next Free arc from netgalley Jan 08, Phrynne rated it it was amazing Shelves: books.
Nora Roberts is one of those authors who can write anything she turns her hand to and in this case it is a dystopian fantasy. The world is decimated by a plague which is followed by magical powers appearing in many of the survivors.
Of course where there is good magic there has to be bad also and just surviving the Doom does not mean you are going to live for long.
Roberts has a knack for developing characters we care for and some of them do make it to the end of the book. However it is quite cle Nora Roberts is one of those authors who can write anything she turns her hand to and in this case it is a dystopian fantasy.
However it is quite clear that no one is safe yet and there are going to be many years before people will be safe again.
I am looking forward to the next book and hopefully finding out what happened to Fred, Katie and the babies. I enjoyed Year One very much indeed and I can recommend the audiobook version as well!
View all 12 comments. Aug 11, Kimber Silver rated it liked it Shelves: scifi , thriller , family-drama , romance , dystopian.
And billions of others. The MacLeod family plan to bring it in with panache, as they do every year at their ancestral farm in Dumfries, Scotland.
However, the nightmarish promise that this new year holds blows in on dark whispers from a stone circle on the property.
The opening of a magick portal sends a shockwave of death and awakening shuddering across the planet. Humans with latent magical powers suddenly find themselves dripping with ability, though not everyone immune to the Doom virus possess these newfound skills.
A Mad Max foot-on-the-throttle world quickly emerges, pitting light against dark. A few moments had me crossing my fingers and toes that the story might finally take off.
Unfortunately, the Year One series and I will part ways here. Go ahead and give this book a whirl if dystopian fiction with a side of magic appeals.
Nora Roberts is a prolific author with a great many novels under her belt. View all 29 comments. Dec 05, Ron Charles rated it it was ok Shelves: apocalyptic.
Anyone monitoring the mutating strains of pop fiction should have seen this new hybrid emerging from the Queen of Romance. Yes, the ground is already littered with the corpses of earlier apocalyptic novels, but Roberts will have no trouble clearing a spot to land.
What better way to celebrate the centennial of the Spanish flu? The trouble starts, as it so often does, at a. View all 16 comments.
Oh, boy. Where to start? A pandemic devastate the world, because obscure -emphasis in the obscure part- mythical reasons.
Following the fate of the McLeod family who seems to ignite the 'Doom' virus, we arrive to N. We never are offered an explanation of that pre-existence or why there are people with 'sparking' powers before the rapefest start.
Did I not tell you? There are plenty of raped women and girls in this book. Not detail Oh, boy. Not detailed but explicit, mind you.
Then we follow the separate ardous journeys of Arlys , a journalist, and Lana , a chef, trying to reach safety. Between spurs of fairies I-kid-you-not , warlocks, your average violent sociopath, pro-human fanatics, savagery and gore, the main concern of Arlys and Lana is internet and yeast.
Again I-kid-you-not. Plus Choppy writting and plain characters. It's like TrueBlood last seasons without vampires.I know it hurts. Oh, boy. Worst Superhero Movies. Dec 05, Ron Charles rated it it was ok Shelves: apocalyptic. The Good Doctor. Log in here. Game Of Thrones Margaery sentences peppered the book and some where it was unclear who the speaker was. Sign In. Year One - Aller Anfang ist schwer ein Film von Harold Ramis mit Jack Black, Michael Cera. Inhaltsangabe: Irgendwann in der Steinzeit: Zed.