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Chris R (jp) wrote: If you LOVE stand up comedy you'll love these Blue Collar boyz!!
Eliabeth M (us) wrote: This was a cute movie!
Michael A (jp) wrote: Not bad..but the use of modern music was off putting and not needed..it really took me out of the time period it was suppose to be set in....probably one of the worst directed HBO movies ever made.
Nic G (nl) wrote: i think i remember not like it as a kid, lol
David S (mx) wrote: There are some interesting shifts in animation styles that highlight the fantasy sequences in this tale of an old couple that must deal with the aftermath of a nuclear explosion in mid-80s Britain. The main problem here is that keeping the focus on the couple, while artistically appropriate, highlights their one-note naivete. Although the film's determined look at the effects of radiation sickness is rare and well-handled, the couple are also so simple and display so little knowledge about what would happen if a nuclear bomb fell that they become not much more than symbols for the unconvincing viewpoint of a sole reliance on government information. Even the sly jokes seem more like condescension than humor. Check out Grave of the Fireflies for a much more human look at the aftereffects of nuclear holocaust.
Private U (us) wrote: Great early-ish bunuel about the trials of christlike priest in poverty stricken mexico. A more serious and literal take on religion than his later films, has a lot in common thematically with his stone-cold masterpiece from a few years later Viridania.
Angela B (jp) wrote: this was even weirder than the alice in wonderland part of this movie. the jaberwocky was unusual, carol channing was scary as per usual, and the random songs and baby animals were still appearing, making it seem stranger than it was supposed to.
Sean S (jp) wrote: Surprisingly enjoyable.
Ola G (jp) wrote: Matthias "Matt" Lee Whitlock (Denzel Washington) is the respected Chief of Police of the fictional small town of Banyan Key, Florida. He has recently executed a successful, high-profile drug bust that turned up $550,000 in drug money. Although he enjoys his job, his drinking while on duty is an obvious character flaw, exacerbated by his pending divorce from his wife, homicide detective Alex Diaz Whitlock (Eva Mendes). Matt is currently seeing local resident Anne Merai-Harrison (Sanaa Lathan) - whose husband Chris (Dean Cain), a former professional quarterback turned security guard, abuses her, finds out that Anne has just been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Anne intends to reward Matt's loyalty to her by making him the sole beneficiary of her $1,000,000 life insurance policy. Matt tries to find a way to give Anne some hope and suggests that she should travel to Switzerland to undergo a newly developed treatment. The problem is that Anne has been living beyond her means and does not have any money. Desperate to help her, Matt bends the rules and lends her the $550,000 so she can make the trip. When the $550,000 goes up in flames in a suspicious house fire that supposedly kills Anne and Chris, Matt finds himself in a great deal of trouble. Not only is the money now gone, but Matt knows that even though he is innocent, circumstantial evidence - such as the insurance policy and the fact that he had been seeing Anne - could make him the prime suspect..."Out of Time" is an updated attempt to make something similar to the great "No Way Out" with Kevin Costner, but hardly reaches the heights of the latter film. Theres a sense of an homage to film noir in the storyline and vibe serving us an ok neo-noir thriller, and with all the intriguing side plots it keeps you on your toes during the running time. Washington and a stunning Mendes has sparks and both put on a pretty good performance, while Cain and the oh so lovely Lathan not really get that much to work with, but tries to do the best with what they got. The setting of Florida is nice and director Carl Franklin uses it in a convincing and visual way. The balance between being a sort of "intelligent" thriller and action drama is ok. Theres clichs for sure and the ending is not that of a major surprise (like in "No Way Out" when you saw it the first time). "Out of Time" is ok, nothing more nothing less.
Garrett I (jp) wrote: This movie was terrible! I give it one star just for the presence of the great James Gandolfini.