Apartment 1303 3D
A woman uncovers sinister secrets while investigating the apparent suicide of her sister.
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Ed C (ag) wrote: One line summary: Ashton Kutcher at his worst plus a miserable screenplay. Nikki (Kutcher) sets himself up with Samantha (Heche): he gets a place to live, food, and new clothes on his back; she gets his attentions. He has a party while she's in New York on business. Then he betrays her at the party. The maid cleans up the party mess afterward. Seems the ability to think ahead is a bit impaired. Samantha's reaction to her first discovery of Nikki's cheating was unexpected: she got more interested in him as they talked things out. Soon after this he meets Heather at a coffee shop. She is very different than Samantha, and his interest in her (which arose from her lack of interest in him) eventually contributes to his breakup with Samantha. During the second half of the film, Nikki makes a few lifestyle changes in response to the pain he feels over not possessing Heather. This all seems unlikely; Heather can do nothing for him, since she is a broke sponger just like he is. 'Jump the shark' comes to mind. So, Nikki learns to bag groceries, do deliveries, and slows down on seductions. Oh, my. How long will that last, and why should it be interesting? The weakness in motivational development is perhaps the film's biggest downfall. Cinematography: 10/10 Excellent. Sound: 6/10 Someone with a more authentic voice might have been cast instead of Kutcher. His narration was repellant: not the content, but the qualities of his voice. I could not believe that he could convince anyone of anything. The music blares from time to time. When considered separately from the film, it was rather good. Within the film, it was next to irrelevant. Acting: 2/10 Kutcher drags down the entire proceedings. The only actor in sight was Anne Heche, and her performance, though good, was not enough to carry this awful mess. Screenplay: 0/10 Do I care about any of these characters? Samantha for about the first thirty minutes; after that, no one. Did I care how the film ended? No. If I were not writing this piece I would have stopped after perhaps ten minutes. Watching the whole 97 minutes showed that that would have been a good choice; the film was grinding and poor from beginning to end. Perhaps worst of all, this was a comedy during which I did not laugh or smile a single time.
Mlissa K (mx) wrote: wow.. what awesomness! I'm so glad I finally saw this movie. Tony was just wow and Takeshi of course did a good job. The story was so intriguing, I was just trying to figure out what the hell was going on and who was really who and why.
Wade H (mx) wrote: Riddled with implausible and noticeable plot-holes that try to make a shock for the ending, concludes with a whimper. The effects and dialogue are laughable. Despite the silly climax, Freeman does a good job as Alex Cross.
Matt M (br) wrote: The fact that the events told on this film were taken out of a local newspaper of the time adds to the feeling of authenticity that plays around with the audience's fascination with dark and mysterious true events, some so unbelievable that could be takes for urban legends. There is an aura of mystique and supernatural about the whole thing, an aura that deepens the tension as the events unravel at a fast pace. Adding to the appeal is the stunning and stylish black and white photography with which Marsh tells the tale, which is very meticulous and effective in keeping the viewer glued to the screen.
Margaux W (kr) wrote: Love this one..always..
Morpheus O (de) wrote: To contrived, with acting to tedious & a script to forced, to be taken seriously. And not that I particularly want to defend this movie but, the worst thing about it wasn't the acting, script or anything else that actually has to do with this film directly; the worst thing was the outrage over that stupid nude scene where Bruce's limp junk pops into the camera frame for a quick hello...When, seriously, the worst thing about this movie, directly, is probably the script! What a seriously stupid, & in a way...kinda funny, pathetic joke.
Ashlee D (ca) wrote: Found a copy at a yard sale last summer and it became an instant favorite with me. I love the comedy in this film and Jack Lemmon is brilliant.
Chris C (mx) wrote: Predictability is inevitable in Hitch, but that point is irrelevant due to the charming and terrific performances delivered by Will Smith and Kevin James.
Christopher E (kr) wrote: Compelling and powerful in many ways, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is not only the best film in the franchise, but a near flawless one in that.With the 74th annual Hunger Games behind them, Katniss tries to live her life with the aftermath of the games. However, when the third Quarter Quell is put into place, not only is she thrust back into the games, but a bigger and darker revolution is taking place within Panem.Okay, so I wasn't the biggest fan of the first film, as it not only paled in comparison to the novel, but it struggled in many ways. However, not only did I feel that this was the best Hunger Games film yet, but I actually thought it was an amazing film altogether. The way it was able to explore thought provoking themes and really deliver this amazing story not only shocked me, but I genuinely loved this movie in many ways. First off, bravo to the director, Francis Lawrence. This film felt very smooth with its sequence of events and it didn't feel nearly as choppy as the first film did. From the first hour of setup to the finale, I was honestly hooked on the entire ride. Everything is just so intriguing and thought provoking, and when you're able to explore more into the ideas of revolution and hope, it really makes the film something else. I think one thing this sequel does amazing that other franchises often lack on is the fact that they make the universe so much deeper and they establish the world of Panem very well. I want to watch these characters interact and I want to see the tragedies within Panem, and it all just gets to you in different ways. It's entertaining and smart all at the same time.The returning cast not only do a great job, but I think they all stepped up from the previous film. Jennifer Lawrence, again, shows why she's one of the top female talents in Hollywood. She's really established her name in cinema and there's no one better suited to play Katniss. The emotion and natural charisma she brings to this role makes her irreplaceable. Josh Hutcherson and Woody Harrelson are both fantastic in their parts still, while the consistency of their personalities make them excellent supporting characters. New additions Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sam Claflin, Jena Malone, and more, all bring so many different angles to the film and they're just more characters for us to cheer for. Everyone in this movie really did a fantastic job, from returning crew to new additions. The screenplay of this movie was brilliantly written, making it eye opening for first viewers and even better for repeat viewings. Like I've stated multiple times, they aren't afraid to go deeper into their messages, as there really is a powerful and dark story to be told. It really does get you emotionally attached when you see the dire nature of the situation at hand and it engulfs you into its world. The dialogue was very smart and I felt like each character's dialogue was very unique for the characters themselves. Everyone gets an established personality and not only was the dialogue subtlety smart, but it was intriguing. When nothing is really happening or they're just in conversation, they still manage to keep you focused on the film and they somehow hold your attention for a blistering 2 hour 20 minute run time, which is an impressive feat.The visuals were much more improved in this film also. When they get into the arena, the color pallet looks stunning, the environment feels real, the CGI looks modern, and everything is just visually pleasing. It's important that what you see and what you hear are top quality, even if the audience doesn't recognize it up front. This movie looked amazing and it surely brings a whole other level to the franchise. In the end, this movie is so smart and emotionally powerful in many ways. The more I think about it, the more I realize that this movie didn't really do anything wrong. Yes, if you dig deep enough, there can be some glaring questions, but overall, I felt like this movie was executed perfectly. Its twists and turns manages to make this movie stand out, and I had goose bumps on more than one occasion. This is one of the deepest explorations of a YA novel that I've ever seen, and it truly deserves this rating. This isn't my favorite film of all time or anything, but in reality, it does deserve this rating.
Josha D (mx) wrote: After eight minutes I threw up my lunch and staggered to the box where mercifully, ended the canned, crude, banal, ridiculous mess, wondering only which looked and smelled worse, my vomit or this work.
Grant S (fr) wrote: A medical student, Nancy, takes some time off from her studies and heads to a secluded beach in Mexico to surf. While surfing she is attacked by a large shark, leaving her injured and stranded on a rock not too far out to sea. What follows is a battle of wits and wills between her and the shark.Quite a basic plot line, yet filled with much intrigue and tension. Initially reminded me of Open Water, but follows a different course, from a point. While both have a survival vs sharks central plot, Open Water had much more character depth, adding another dimension to the movie. The Shallows is purely about survival, and what that entails.