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Jonathan B (kr) wrote: Some great CGI effects make this action thriller a really exciting and enjoyable piece of sic-fi. In fact, the effects are so good, that in places you forget that many of the main characters were realised by computers following the actions of actors covered in ping pong balls. I was particularly impressed with the realisation of Maurice, the orang utan, who is simply superb. I really enjoyed the tension built up as the opposing ape and human societies are bought to the brink of war by acts of aggression on both sides. Indeed, it is unusual and refreshing to have opposing sides in a confrontation depicted as having populations who aren't just either all good or all bad. Real life if more nuanced than that and I like it when movies depict this. This bodes well for the future of this series and I am genuinely looking forward to the next instalment which I hope continues in this manner. The original Planet of the Apes series gave us a variety of characters with different moral viewpoints and I'm glad that this has carried through into the updated films.
Thomas W (de) wrote: 'Inspired' by a purported story from 2011 of an anonymous American donor said to have "fathered" some 150 children via his regular deposits at a sperm bank, Starbuck is a fictionalized story of David Wosniak (Patrick Huard), an unremarkable 42-year old delivery man working at his father's butcher shop who has just gotten his girlfriend pregnant and is dangerously in debt to the mob. His life becomes a little more hectic when he is served a class-action lawsuit involving 142 young adults who were conceived/born because of his fertile and regular sperm deposits some twenty years early. As his identity was anonymous -- other than his "bank alias" Starbuck (itself taken from a real-life Canadian bull that produced hundreds of thousands [!!!] of progeny by artificial insemination in the 1980s and 1990s!!) -- his children have no real way of finding out his identity. Instead David turns the tables on the kids and gets their names through a lawyer-friend of his and he slowly gets to know some of his children firsthand. The film is okay but nothing special and the real life story might be curious but not overly interesting as Starbuck is an odd character we are unsure how to feel about. The film was remade a couple of years later in the US called Delivery Man -- neither of which is great. This one might be the "original" but few interested will want to read the French subtitles with this one. He probably had more fun making his deposits than we will have watching this movie.
Velimir S (ca) wrote: Specificnost ovakvih filmova je sto ce zastrasiti vise od tzv. horrora punih krvi do koljena. Sudbine ovih jadnih, nasiljem razorenih ljudi, spojene u jedan, samo njima vidljiv svijet su uzasne. I savrseno prezentirane rezijom i genijalnom Noomi.
Dylan D (mx) wrote: Punisher: War Zone represents a high point in the world of zany, over-the-top action. It's not really a parody of the Action genre like Shoot 'Em Up, nor is it a completely serious Action picture like Dirty Harry. It falls somewhere in the middle, though it does trend more towards the "parody" side of the ledger. Its relentless display of carnage is offset by both a hard-nosed yet vulnerable hero and a pair of whacky villains that lack even a shred of humanity but enjoy an extra-large funny bone. Punisher: War Zone is the sort of movie that generally makes for critical fodder. Taken in context, however, it adds a few elements that make it stand above the level of straight parody. The result is a movie that isn't intended to stand next to the best Hollywood has to present, but it offers fine entertainment in its own right, particularly when viewed while in the proper frame-of-mind.
Spencer G (it) wrote: Screenplay by Neil Gaiman... interesting
Jared T (mx) wrote: This movie contains every fraternity stereotype possible in only 90 minutes. It is certainly not even close to the funniest movies of all-time, but has its own unique niche in the genre. About the stereotypes? It's funny cause it's true... Go TKE!
Caesar M (us) wrote: If someone were to tell you to watch a movie that required you to read subtitles for over three hours and was building up to a Cricket game as the big finale most audiences would pass on such a film. Those audiences would have also miss one of the best musical and the best Cricket movie ever made.Once Upon A Time In India is about the people of a small village in Victorian India stake their future on a game of cricket against their ruthless British rulers. On paper the plot could have easily failed, but in execution it works better than you might expect. For starter the film introduces it setup excellent and slowly introduces our main character building both development and engaging the audiences with these characters. The film length work towards it advantage making the journey are the more powerful when we see our heroes in their darkest of time as well as their triumphant moments. Most of all the plot is inspirational as it plot has characters as to overcome overwhelming odds to save their province. The film contains a good amount of musical numbers which serve it purpose of moving the plot while also adding a much added sense of drama to a scene. The musical numbers never takes away any momentum the plot has even during it most serious moments. As a whole it contains a nice balance of comedy, drama, and well handle love romance story. This film also accomplish the impossible task of making Cricket feel intense, exciting, and most importantly watchable for a long duration. The Cricket game is among one of the intense experience I ever went through with anything sport related in a movie ever. The plot might not sound like much on paper to most audiences, but give it a chance and you'll find yourself engaged with the film has to offer.Aamir Khan makes for an excellent leading man in this musical of epic proportion. He completely dedicated to his role that you'll be convince all the way through with who he portrays. He says his lines with such passion and emotion making his every one of his speeches powerful. Gracy Singh is a lovely actress who can hold her own weight and dances gracefully in the musical numbers. The rest of the cast members not only make strong actors, but they also make excellent singers and dances in the musical numbers. The cinematography gives you a sense of scope and pulls you into its atmosphere. Weather it is showcasing its beautiful landscape or nicely choreographed musical numbers will have your eyes thrill. The musical score is terrific all the way through, especially during the Cricket which helps it add tension to an already tense climax. Once A Upon A Time In India is filled with engaging characters, a great inspirational plot that balances many different elements, and imagery that's just stunning all the way through. It's unlike many other musicals you'll ever see and it's worth sitting over three hours if a film is this good.
Takee A (au) wrote: "Shrek consisted of some really nice comedy, a catchy soundtrack & some really nice messages; one of which was to never judge a book by it's cover. These are just some of the factors that make this my favourite fantasy movie so far.Donkey and Shrek were hilarious together, and the romance between Shrek and Fiona was brilliantly portrayed. So honestly, this is a really enjoyable movie. (At least, that's what I think).
Yuri B (au) wrote: The movie that put Angelina on the map... & truly made people recognize her a serious actress... she definitely took the shine off of Winona Ryder in this film.
matt a (br) wrote: wow i love this video mostly because i belive in nessie lol
Jake M (kr) wrote: Edward Scissorhands (1990) - Is considered my favorite out of all of Tim Burton's movies and it definitely shows. The story has a great mixture of heart, humor and Burton's creepy but enchanting imagination, it's about as perfect a Tim burton film as you can get. What really makes this movie is Johnny Depp playing the title character. Admittedly I haven't been much of a fan of Depp as an actor but his performance as Edward was probably the best role he's ever played. I also love the way he uses his scissors to do all kinds of cool things whether it be. Trimming bushes, Cutting hair or even making it snow. I also love his curiously and his naive innocence. His personality felt very relatable to my feelings and I felt very sad when Edward was going through moments of pain and confusion. His character is a great example of not judging a person by the way he looks or even by his actions. The rest of the characters work off of Edward in a very unusual way but it works as it challenges Edward's perception on how he sees the people around him. I love that at first Edward thinks he's found his place down in the neighborhood but then suddenly things take a turn for the worse and he starts to crumble slowly until he finally breaks down. This is due to a fact that people are constantly bugging him and doing strange things too him and most of the time he's uncomfortable of unfamiliar with doing certain tasks. The last character to mention is the love interest Kim. I like that over time she starts to understand the pain Edward goes through even though no else does. I really do love the bond they share and their understanding for each other really tugs at my heartstrings from time to time. The cinematography is dazzling to look at. From the oddly colored neighborhood to the spooky unknowns of Edwards home, It captures Tim Burton's creepy vision while also Throwing in some in some beautiful scenery. The music is done by Danny Elfman and his score is both enchanting and sometimes kinda depressing in a good way. When certain moments hit, the music score accompanies greatly with the situation and it delivers something magical and mysterious. Tim Burton has made some great movies in his lifetime but in my opinion this is what I consider the best movie he's ever made (A+)
Linda M (fr) wrote: One of Steve McQueen's best movies, and one of his last.
Samuel B (us) wrote: Not so good. Invisible alien invaders decide to take over the world...slow in places and you might lose interest, but it is a 1950's b-sci-fi movie so that is probably expected.
Orlok W (mx) wrote: Totally solid, gorgeous, archetypal film about loyalty, greed, and love--Interesting, moody western!!
Luca V (es) wrote: Walking with prehistoric beasts meets Pocahontas
Kevin C (ag) wrote: MY favorite Pam Grier flick.
Peter N (kr) wrote: This was my favorite movie as a kid, and upon re-watching it I think it's stood the test of time pretty well. And the soundtrack is top notch.
Lee R (gb) wrote: Trying not to soon on the flight