While other kids buy into countless hours of studying just so they can get a mark in some teacher's report book, Handsome Davis sees it as nothing more than a system of control over your mind. That's why Handsome and his three best friends Sammy, Victor and the cribsheet genius Applebee have banded together and found ways to cheat on their tests all through their school years.

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Adam E (au) wrote: 31 Days of Horror (2013): #1

Kem W (br) wrote: In the same way that "War and Peace" is about Russia, "Sweetgrass" is about sheep. Imagine a documentary without narration, interviews, or music. The filmmaker's goal is to present you with an experience and make you feel that you are there without interpreting the experience for you. Breathtaking scenery and brutal hard work is the life of the sheepherder. Basically, most of your sheep are not where you want them all of the time. Only scratch-and-sniff cards could have made this movie any better. Highly recommended for fans of documentaries. Recommended for anyone who'd like a glimpse into a now bygone way of life.

Urmi C (au) wrote: sweet movie... MJ tribute! Ok songsok actingLove the dancingnaah to the story line

Shanee S (ru) wrote: Beautiful movie, I loved it

jenna s (au) wrote: Really good, albeit the CGI looked a little too fake. I wish there had been more poc's in this movie though.

Karen T (nl) wrote: Horrifying. Just like the holocaust was horrifying.

Rasool B (jp) wrote: A touching movie. My little baby loves the song 'lakri ki kathi'.

Richard D (fr) wrote: Millie Lammoreaux (Shelley Duvall) works at a spa for elderly folks. Pinky Rose (Sissy Spacek) is a new employee that Millie is assigned to show the ropes. Pinky is childlike and naive and almost instantly becomes completely enamored with MIllie. She moves in with her and slowly starts to become her. Millie is extremely talkative and organizes her life around what she reads in women's magazines. She talks to everyone constantly, but most of them are never listening, and those that do openly ridicule her. Altman is clearly very inspired by "Persona", so much so that, like that film, the action here is halted by a violent action and the entire film is restructured from that point on. The third titular woman is Willie Hart (Janice Rule), the pregnant wife of the man who owns the building they live in. She is an artist who paints murals in various places including the pool at the apartment complex. She almost never speaks, but is obviously aware that her husband is a drunken philanderer. There's another climactic scene that splits the film and rearranges the three into a unit that seems to complete these three fragmented personalities. Altman said this film came to him in a dream and it certainly feels like a dream. It has an internal logic that works on its own terms, and I personally think it's one of his better films. Duvall and Spacek have never been better.

Tiffany D (de) wrote: It was a little hard to follow... and the costumes had me perplexed - but oh, when our Hero storms the boat in uniform, he finally becomes swoonworthy. Unfortunately, the ending left something to be desired, in terms of romantic payoff -- but it's a quick and worth the viewing for lovers of classic film. Plus, Leigh is simply stunningly gorgeous! 3.5 stars or so

Robert R (fr) wrote: Its not exactly an uplifting film, but with Ben Kingsley and Jennifer Connelly's absolutely masterful performances, James Horner's mesmerizing score, Roger Deakins perfect cinematography, and an overall sense of thematic majesty, "House Of Sand And Fog" makes for an almost unforgivably indelible film.