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Carlos M (fr) wrote: The kind of gay-themed drama that is becoming increasingly rare nowadays: one that is brutally honest and devastating like real love can be when ruined by drug addiction and by one person's dependence on another - which, if at first enraging, earns its place as the true core of the story.
Olly H (au) wrote: furchtbar schlechter b film, zwei gute darsteller gepaart mit jeder menge laienschauspieler und einer story zum haareraufen....geht leider garnicht
Nathan B (kr) wrote: I love this movie very creative.
Andy P (nl) wrote: Director Andy DeEmmony, when not on autopilot seems to take pleasure in violently slapping you around the face with cross-culture cliches and sentimentality overload, giving you a movie whose only plausible audience is secondary school religious education students.
Vasco M (it) wrote: The Superman/Batman feature tries to play its strengths as best it can and it succeeds for the most part, boasting its physically oversized protagonists but making sure they represent the limits in their abilities so as to not completely make them completely overpowered. The setting is interesting but the problem facing the heroes seems weak and overdone. In any case, the wide range of cameos are most welcome, and yes, even the most disagreeable ones.
Minecrator25 M (au) wrote: I don't know how to describe this movie. It's awfully dark and disturbing. The traps are clever, and gory, and the last 5 minutes of the movie are AMAZING! The twist, the score, down to the last line. I wanted to see this movie so bad, and it delivered.
Aaron M (es) wrote: Anacondas is very much on par with its predecessor maybe even a tad better. Of course its not a great film but this stand-alone sequel does another good job at providing light horror entertainment. Theres nothing like watching people way out of there depth being picked off one by one by a oversized monster creature. These types of films can be good fun, once again we're dished up plenty of action without being too similar to the 1997 hit. It does have a thin plot-line and the quality of acting is not as good here but Anacondas felt more complete.
Sahal M (fr) wrote: Well if you wanna know how to deal DOPE!! This is the movie to watch. Its hilarious right till the end. Some of the dialogues are funny as hell.
Stephen E (fr) wrote: Steve Buscemi is, without a doubt, my favorite actor. He is always so flawless and charismatic with his performances. It is such a treat to watch him act. In Living In Oblivion, he shines. The rest of the cast is great, too, but he really takes the cake. Another character I liked was Wolf, played be Dermot Mulroney. He was so funny in his role. Every word out of his mouth made me laugh. And Tom DiCillo is fantastic as well. This is the first film of his that I've watched and I look forward to watching more from him in the future. He is a very talented director and even more talented writer. Overall, Living In Oblivion is a great film. Not in the Academy Award sense of the word, but in the sense that you will remember it for being enjoyable and funny. This is the kind of film that you don't expect to be great and go into it already reviewing; you sit back and "roll with it".
CJ A (us) wrote: caught this movie randomly looking for martial arts movies to watch and saw some reviews saying how under-rated this movie was as a martial arts movie, so i had to see for myself being a martial arts movie fan. very excellent fight sequences and choreography. definitely puts this movie up there with the best. the english dubbing in some points of the movie did not make sense at all with the story line and made the movie kinda confusing to watch. i couldnt really tell what was going on. i'm sure the original script wasn't meant to be the way it was portrayed in english and maybe if they wouldve just put english subbing of the original script... the movie couldve been better. but by the end of the movie, i could finally put things together and see how unique the storyline is. i also happened to notice master betty from kung pow in this as well as the "big westerner paul" who was in big movies such as dune and red sonja.
Russell H (us) wrote: kinda boring but just Bacony enough
Al M (mx) wrote: We know what is going to happen during the Stones' infmaous 1969 free concert at Altamount, and Gimme Shelter becomes so powerful partly because this attempt to capture a band on tour become a documentary about something much more disturbing. A film about a film, Gimme Shelter opens with the Stones watching the documentary that would have been released had events unfolded differently. We the viewers see two different things happening as we watch Gimme Shelter. We see the actual events leading up to and comprising the Altamont concert, but we also see the Stones and the filmmakers trying to make sense of what they caught on camera. And, ultimately, Gimme Shelter's title is rather apropos because it concerns the desire to flee from the dark truths revealed to us by the camera's unflinching gaze. We see the idealism of the 1960s die on camera as the day degenerates leading up to the final act of violence. Like watching a massive car crash with awesome music, Gimme Shelter is an unforgettable experience that reaveals not only the dark side of the 1960s ideology of free love and consciousness expansion but also the dark side of human nature....
Andy T (de) wrote: Beautiful, heartfelt, and poignant, Road To Perdition is another showcase for Sam Mendes, allowing Tom Hanks to display his great range in a role well outside of his usual realm, perhaps the most badass performance of his career.
Ben B (ca) wrote: Although the concept is interesting, the music is fitting, and Gibson and Phoenix give good performances, Signs suffers from a dull, trudging pace and a very lackluster final act.
Brad S (au) wrote: - Watched this a second time, and still enjoyed it. Not a great film, but an all-star cast makes it worth a watch.- This one didn't do well with the critics, but I enjoyed it. It has a killer cast and all are good in it. Jason Bateman and Tina Fey ground it, and Adam Driver as some life to it. Worth a watch!
Marcus W (nl) wrote: Tries to be Thelma & Louise meets Point Break, but falls short.