A young girl and the babysitter she's idolized for years accidentally kill the older girl's ex-boyfriend.
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Austin G (de) wrote: Feels a lot like Megamind. Good not great.
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Ana B (ru) wrote: Biographical movie based in the last two months of life of Vincent Van Gogh. This is a film that can be called fairly grand cinema. All of it has been beautifully photographed catching the bright sun light of France. Most of the scenes have been thought as a paintings of the same period, every single frame is a piece of art: the river scenes remind you of Monet, the brothels of Toulouse-Lautrec, the everyday routines of Degas, the agricultural moments of Millet and the cafe scenes of Renoir. In this sense the film is global, it is about Van Goght's life and about late XIX century painting. So, if you love art, you are going to love this movie. If you like action you might get disappointed. It is a french film after all, so expect lots of talking and eating, and in this case lots of dancing and singing as well. The movie is brilliantly directed and acted, besides the costumes and the atmosphere of the homes, the household goods, the furniture are simply fantastic, the whole of it has been thoroghly researched and feels real and truthful. A word of warning, if you like Van Gogh you might want to stay clear of this picture. Towards the end you might reach the conclusion that he was not the kindest person ever, he was a drunk, a craddle snatcher, a rake, a rude person and, in short, a bit of an a*****e. This adjective is also extendable to the other male characters, including Theo and dr. Gatchet. Females get partially excused because they mostly suffer the consequences of the mistakes of the men. In that sense the movie depicts a very grim picture of family life at the time. To me, the weak part of the movie was the information gaps, V. Gogh's illness goes practically unnoticed and it does not explain why he kills himself, the suicide scene is not shown and some characters are introduced whitout explanation of who they are like Katye and her male friend. But, on the whole, this is a very accomplished piece of cinema and a gem for art lovers.
Aisha S (de) wrote: Nice movie! loved it..it's a classic!
Luke T (ru) wrote: Apparently this film from writer and director Robert Altman come to him in a dream - and the dream clearly worked wonderfully well, because he has delivered a masterpiece here. The story depicts the bizarre relationship between a woman and her co-worker and roommate. There is absolutely no lesbianism involved in this film due to the certificate (Parental Guidance).I think the best performance in the film goes to Sissy Spacek with her brilliant performance as Mildred 'Pinky' Rose. She arrives at a health spa, where she is befriended by her co-worker Shelley Duvall, who is also as good as Spacek. But Spacek steals the show with one particular scene which I was not expecting at all. Janice Rule offers solid support in her role as Willie, the woman who co-owns Dodge City which Duvall and Spacek join. Altman's direction is solid and his script is fantastic.Despite that this was not nominated for any major awards, I consider this to be Altman's best film. It works so well thanks to the brilliant performances, solid script and excellent cinematography. It's also my second favourite from the year of this release.
Alan S (kr) wrote: I find it hard to imagine a better movie than this.It works on every level, it is simply perfect! How could it have been any better? Storyline,soundtrack,characters ..everything about it is just..perfect.
Nick C (it) wrote: While it may feel uneven and over-crowded, Jimmy's Hall still offers a fun, rich, and mesmerizing depression drama from direction Ken Loach.
Marilee A (it) wrote: "Welcome to the Island of Misfit Toys"
Frank J (nl) wrote: Un beau suspense tiss dans un mlange de Memento et de Dcadence qui, je dois l'avouer, m'a plutt surpris. Pour un film de 2007, on y retrouve des plans varis et un scnario comme je l'aime.
Skip T (ag) wrote: I actually bought this one. So you'll know my tastes, most of what I buy is older movies 40s-70s. I love, love, love the Hammer horror films, and the disaster movies of the 70s, but my favorite scary movie is The Changeling with George C. Scott. John Carpenter's The Thing would probably be next. When it comes to comedy I'm crazy about Ferrell. So, anyway, this Krampus movie I really enjoyed. The mix of horror and comedy was perfect for my taste. I can see why some would think it's not as savage as the concept calls for, but I don't like the overkill gore. I don't CARE who can make some horrid murder scene look the most "real." Aaaaanyway, if you like the same kind of movies I do, you will probably like this too. No Oscars, now, just good B movie fun.