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Bigger Than Life torrent reviews
Amy R (ru) wrote: Loved the quirkiness and deadpan drama. The Khaki Scouts were the best!
Matthew L (au) wrote: This was a horrible movie. The camera work, the acting, the special effects, the music, the story. I really dont think my poor rating is from a "lost in translation" error either. The film shifts between current time, to past, to current; and is difficult to keep up with. The final battle involving a flying penis with teeth fit this movie perfectly. The characters have no moderation in emotion, and at times is like watching the ridiculous expressions and motions of a silent film - really, its either completely angry, completely sad...ect. I felt no connection with any character, and the climax battle was a sad thing. This is the worst film I've ever completed without stopping mid way through - and I regret it. This dvd makes an excellent coaster for hot beverages.
Douglas V (it) wrote: Not spectacularly terrible but definitely cringeworthy.
Rupesh S (br) wrote: Unique story. Amazing writing. Kinda dark at times but serves as a thought provoking movie. Also, great casting.
Jimmy M (de) wrote: A great documentary that helps bridge the gap between modern audiences and Shakespeare's Richard III.
Michael R (jp) wrote: Robert Towne people existentially negotiate the emotional minefields they created to avoid inner accountability, in this case former drug dealer Mac (Gibson) can't face up to what he is and what he is avoiding. So the restaurant chick Pfeiffer is a life above and away from the mistakes of the past but she demands being straight and true. Love stories are best when they are real, and bring up real contradictions that keep us away from experiencing it, and show a way to face up. Towne always brings up the hard stuff so it's not comfortable. If you've never been to these places it will seem like a movie about nothing, but if you have been there you will see how accurate it is. The cop is touched by the woman's integrity too, but has to swallow his jealousy and let it be like an adult. Mel Gibson's insanity allowed him to be a great actor at times. Photography by Conrad L. Hall is among the best ever for cinema- I could watch it every day forever.
Chad C (fr) wrote: Not sure. Ferrel is hit or miss for me.