A psychological thriller based on the concept of anamorphosis, a painting technique that manipulates the laws of perspective to create two competing images on a single canvas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A psychological thriller based on the concept of anamorphosis, a painting technique that manipulates the laws of perspective to create two competing images on a single canvas.
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Adrian B (es) wrote: The best of DC's animated features.This film explores possibly the most asked questions about superheroes, and does so extremely well.
Janis S (ag) wrote: very enjoyable for its class, I really connected witht he addicts:P
Felipe F (au) wrote: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy great ensemble cast unfortunately can't overcome its flawed direction and dull script.
Brad S (de) wrote: This may very well be the worst film ever
Cameron N (es) wrote: I feel considerably dumber for going to see this as a kid.
Robert B (fr) wrote: Intentionally or no, this film is an entertaining and farcical trip. Synecdoche is mainly about finding out the truth about oneself by looking at one's relationships to other human beings. It is a romantic film, but in an amazingly absurd one at that. To enjoy this film, one has to be able to just go with everything that happens (all manner of weird and crazy things) and maybe make some sense out of it or not. (And for those that do like a challenge, there is plenty of brain candy strewn throughout the background of the film.) Synecdoche is reminiscent of Woody Allen films (as well as 8 1/2 and Barton Fink), though the energy level is higher: more manic and more depressive. Phillip Seymour Hoffman is a great fit for the lead role with a performance that highly projective, the world is his shadow. The main character is honestly and apologetically imperfect (again, reminiscent of the Woody Allen characters, but also very different) and striving. It is hard to know who to recommend the film to since it is just a bit on the dark side. Those who love arthouse films will probably pick up on a lot that is in it, and enjoy it. But there is also plenty in there, plenty of drama and humor, for the casual viewer. Whether or not you enjoy it, may be highly dependent on whether or not you are in the mood for the experience.
Paladin of Odin (nl) wrote: this was stupid as hell that guy Nick Cannon suck so much ass in this they shouldn't have even paid his worthless ass
Scott M (es) wrote: Time Changer tries to be earnest in it's message. Much of it seems poorly acted. A lot of it did not make sense. Even Christians won't overlook its flaws.
Steve D (kr) wrote: Perfect movie. The acting is great and as an Adams fan I love seeing him take down president van b. who I hate
Mary M (jp) wrote: A pretty ordinary movie, but worth watching just to check out the young Paul Gross.
Stuart K (br) wrote: Directed by David Jones (84 Charing Cross Road (1987)), and written by playwright Stephen Metcalfe, adapted from his 1982 play Strange Snow. This is a touching and moving drama about what should have been a simple relationship, let down by troubled souls and guilt and memories of the past. It has some very good performances in it, and it's very focused and contained on it's characters. Joseph Megessey (Robert De Niro), is a Vietnam veteran who is mentally unstable, suffering from post-traumatic stress. After hearing from his old war buddy Dave (Ed Harris), Joseph takes it upon himself to pay him a visit and take Dave on a fishing trip. However, he hasn't told Dave he was coming, and he meets Dave's sister Martha (Kathy Baker), who is surprised by Joseph's manner. But Joseph is shocked to see that Dave has become an alcoholic, and he's stuggling to adapt to life. However, Joseph and Martha become romantically involved, Joseph finds solace in Martha, but Dave cannot come to accept that his sister is seeing his best friend. This is the film that The Deer Hunter (1978) should have been, small, intimate and personal. It's a shame that it didn't do as well as it should have when it came out, (there were loads of Vietnam War films being made in the mid-to-late 1980's), but this has some touching performances and it's done with sensitivity and care.
Andy M (jp) wrote: Simply enjoyed it. Nice tale, well acted with a decent soundtrack. Unless you've a heart of stone the cafe scene will pull on those strings.
Joe S (jp) wrote: Jim Caviezel... great actor...
Nathan M (br) wrote: this is one of my favorite movies bloodsucking bugs