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Kieran T (br) wrote: Keith Lemon will destroy all of civilisation
Rose S (ca) wrote: Was fabulous! I thoroughly enjoyed it. The acting, costumes & back drop of the 70's in India did not disappoint, a fun movie to see
Fallon O (fr) wrote: I just didn't care for it. I love the grinch though, this one just wasn't that entertaining. I want to see the new remake it looks way better then this!
Irene M (es) wrote: at first it was heartbreaking to watch the unraveling of a man because of an addiction, but then the grandiosity of its scale is what the movie is really about.
Kevin M (gb) wrote: Often while watching "Werckmeister Harmonies" I was either hypnotized to the brink of unconsciousness or irritated almost to the point of ejecting the DVD and throwing it across the room. Yet when it was over I immediately watched it again to take in the dazzling mise-en-scene and haunting monochrome imagery. For some this might work best as a sleeping aid.
Devin R (gb) wrote: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but with NAQOYQATSI, the third and final film in Godgrey Reggio's trilogy about a "life out of balance" words are rendered useless. This hypnotic flood of images combined with Philip Glass' musical score is a quite a trip. What Reggio's film suggests is that life has become so fast-paced, so complex, so utterly convoluted and so technologically driven that man's reach is exceeding his grasp. The drive to athletic exceptionalism, nationalistic pride and competitiveness for superiority, and a culture of celebrity worship have only given us distractions (or justification) for the chaos that we seem to subscribe to and are fully willing to promote. When a civilized world reaches it's peak how much further can it "progress" or evolve before it begins to de-evolve. The film's final images of a sky-diver's jump from an airplane reminded me of a line in TOY STORY: "that's not flying. that's falling with style".
Tristan M (ru) wrote: Typical 90s action movie, starting one of the times most popular actors. The story so that of Tom Clancy, and stars his famous Jack Ryan as the main character. I'm not really a big fan of Clancy's, although the story is good it's one of agents and make-belive plots, that dosen't really do it for me. Movie wise it gets off to a good start, but still features common clich (C)s such as Hack running at a terrorist, body checking him, which results in him being knocked out. It is seen more than once in the movie, but it's something that simply dosen't happen. So besides the fact that the movie should been over before it began, it started good. It was a predictable movie to say the least, everything being pretty standard of the time, and painfully clear of what is going to happen. The action is ok, but over the top mostly, and some of the gun sounds are pretty crap. The acting is good, script is good, the ending is dumb. A one-vs-one boat chase, where Sean Bean dies (like the rest of his movies) and one of the boats his a today and explodes into a ball of fire. The other two bag guys who survived the battle at the house simply were not mentioned again, and they are problably seen again in another Jack Ryan movie I'm guessing. But otherwise standard action flick of the time, felt older mabey, but decently well done. Not my fav Tom Clancy movie, but not the worst either.
Sheppard S (gb) wrote: Watch this movie...it will change your outlook on football. Adapted from a book by a former Dallas Cowboy's player.
dan b (ru) wrote: I enjoy it despite not being religious. Besides the almighty Bing we are treated to performances by The Little Rascals' Alfalfa, I Love Lucy's William Frawley and a very young Andy Williams. NOTE: The James Brown in this movie is not the "Godfather Of Soul" James Brown but in fact some white guy.
Linus M (ca) wrote: Awesome comic book feel and pretty good direction from Sam Mendes. slow burn crime drama.