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bill s (ag) wrote: Makes no sense and does the impossible....make Moore look really bad.
Ricardo A (es) wrote: Despite a great premise and some intriguing scenes, Here comes the devil is an unsatisfying horror movie that feels like a student film.
Michael H (fr) wrote: Very interesting information about corruption and politics in India's educational system. Unfortunately it's rarely an involving or entertaining movie; it never goes beyond polemics. Too bad, a good movie about the subject could be amazing.
Sylvester K (mx) wrote: 10 women got themselves in a variety of sticky situations. The stories were badly connected and the blue comedy didn't work as well as Gutierrez might have expected. The ensemble was great, featuring a talented cast of good looking people, but at times acting as distraction to the bland storytelling and thin material.
Joanna B (us) wrote: Leg warmers, vans, the Rubik cube, Danger Mouse, Pac Man and Gordon Gekko. No, it's not the return of the '80s, just one of its most extreme icons. After 23 years of sequel speculation, Michael Douglas has returned to his Oscar-winning role as Gordon Gekko, the most ruthless stock market player in history. Under the shining lights of the big apple, Gekko rained supreme in the original. His mantra of ''Greed is Good'' and creating wealth by stealth set the benchmark for yuppies the world over. With serendipitous timing, the global economy once again teeters on the brink of disaster as yet another Wall Street 'bubble' is about to burst. Up-and-coming stock trader Jacob Moore (Shia LaBeouf) is trying to minimise its impact on his clients, and his own pocket, while also planning to propose to his girlfriend Winnie Gekko (Carey Mulligan). Winnie, the estranged and disgruntled daughter of the disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider, despises even the idea of her father. When Gordon is released from prison after eight years for insider trading, no one is waiting with open arms. As much shunned by the trading world as he is by his daughter, Gordon bides his time writing a best seller Is Greed Good?, which highlights the so called mistakes in life and delivers 'moral hazards' lectures. However, as Jacob's trade issues get more intense, he underhandedly seeks out Gordon's help under the guise of reconciliation with his daughter.Against Winnie's pleas, Jacob partners with Gordon in a covert attempt to alert the financial community at large of the coming doom. Working under the mistaken assumption that Gordon is in fact remorseful for his actions, they attempt to uncover who is responsible for the forced suicide of Jacob's mentor, Lewis Zabel (Frank Langella).But is reconciliation what Gordon really wants, or can he seduce Jacob with lust for the greenback and use him as a ticket back into the financial word? A squandered opportunity, this padded and anti-climatic sequel adds no extra grandeur to controversial director Oliver Stone's repertoire. Obviously losing perspective as he is to close the project, Stone's loose idea has been filled with embellished emotion, inflated meaning and a ridiculously large amount of insider jargon.Lacking any depth of meaning, the complex storyline of traders, investment companies, toxic debt, bail outs, energy creation, Swiss bank accounts, foul play and the Dow Jones is spat out at viewers with overzealous incomprehensibility. Michael Douglas captures Gekko's essence again but lacks the distortion you would expect from the character's down time in prison. LaBeouf and Mulligan have a nice soft chemistry and Josh Brolin is strong as the new evil corporate destroyer Brentton James. Carving some scene stealing cameos are Susan Sarandon playing Jacob's wonderfully flighty real estate pushing mum, Eli Wallach as an ageing and kooky big shot financier, and even Charlie Sheen makes a welcome and context laden return as Bud Fox.The Verdict: With all good intentions aside, the characters are predictable, the sleazebag morals are self evident, the eco-purity is pandering to modern sensibilities and the volatile market downturn warning is about 18 months too late. The temple of the all mighty dollar has fallen and so has the Wall Street memory. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 08/10/2010
Michelle V (jp) wrote: ME AND MY BFF/SISTER WATCHED TWITCHES EVERY YEAR AT HOLLOWEEN TIME AT HER HOUSE BEFORE SHE MOVED :[
Matthew H (ag) wrote: Not as good as I expected it to be.
Danielle D (jp) wrote: i actually enjoyed Kwon Sang woo's performance in this film, although i'm admittedly not a fan of his... :P the girl is likable, but not lovable.. overall pretty entertaining & funny hehe
Joseph N (it) wrote: This movie was a heap like Live Flesh. I think it was really good if you like Almodovar movies.
Steven C (de) wrote: Wonderful period piece about some of the most interesting characters of the 19th century.
Jason J (ca) wrote: Totally different territory for Eastwood in this very slow and sordidly, dark thriller. It's maybe nothing new (and been repeated quite a bit) in its genre but because of first-rate performances and it being sinisterly edgy it lifts the movie above the rest. Or maybe it's just my Eastwood fan-boy nature kicking in? Anyhow, this lowlife thriller is high on atmosphere, with it having an overwhelming sense of gloom and intrusion. This is because most of the picture takes place during the nightlife, amongst the sleazy locations of New Orleans with indistinct lighting and prowling figures hanging around in the shadows. There's a great eye for detail in capturing the seedy lifestyle, with a lot of sexual desire, tension and gratuitous nudity flowing.The cast are at the top of their game. Eastwood plays a laid back detective and a father. He brings to his character a man that's fighting the two different traits of his life. He portrays this insecure character superbly that you truly care for him and feel his pain and effort to be a perfect father figure to his two girls after the divorce. Genevieve Bujold is excellent as a crisis counsellor Beryl Thibodeaux. There are strong support roles from the likes of Dan Hedaya, Alison Eastwood and Jenny Beck also. This movie starts off good enough, but you could say it probably does goes on for too long and head into familiar territory. It doesn't reach any great heights, but I kept on watching and I was rather entertained. So, it did its job. In my opinion it's an above average, on the edge thriller, despite it's formulaic plot.
Bojan J (jp) wrote: Daring. Bizarre, but in a good way. Unfortunately a little bit dated.
BE R (nl) wrote: I guess I went into it with Low expectations like I do with most movies. I enjoyed it. It was entertaining. Of course the Acting could have been better. Jayden Smith still has a lot of room to grow. I like the reality that was created and the "futuristic outer space" accents that everyone adopted...the Smith's slipped out of every now and then. I forgot that this was an M.Night S. Directed movie. Not bad.. I would have liked to see some kind of landmark from the past to see where on Earth this took place.