Cutting Moments

Cutting Moments

In the center of a monotonous suburban existence, Sarah lives silently and in subservience to her icy husband Patrick. They have been together far too long, and Patrick's affections for his wife have all but vanished. Instead, his sexual urges are tempting him to lust after their own son. Realizing how far gone her husband is, Sarah undertakes drastic, shockingly sickening measures to salvage some sense of her life and purge her years of festering resentment.

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Wayne M (gb) wrote: Tommy Lee Jones is an under rated film maker and his latest is a fine film about hardship, perseverance and determination. His films are authentic and true, without artifice. The Homesman is set in 19th century Nebraska, a harsh and forbidding place full of death and sadness. Hilary Swank plays a lonely woman who is entrusted with the task of transporting 3 women, turned crazy by the harsh environment, to a safe home. She is joined by Briggs, a true scoundrel and it is a tale of redemption and survival. This is a sometimes bleak film, but it also has moments of humour and Prieto's cinematography is truly stunning. A poignant and enlightening film that serves its subject well.

Juan Diego L (ag) wrote: Me parece ms divertida que la primera pelcula, finalmente vemos a Arnold y Bruce Willis combatiendo junto con los dems. No me convence la relacin Stallone/Hemsworth y Stallone/Nan Yu, Esos personajes nunca me importaron, pero al menos la historia fue ms entendible y ms divertida.

Col S (fr) wrote: What a gem of a movie......Great acting and very funny.loved every minute it...a must see movie!!!!!!!!

Dan O (es) wrote: This movie is nothing more than a lousy, generic rip-off of the original masterpiece, which was itself based on the immortal novel by Victor Hugo. Where the first movie was dark, but with a very phenomenal story, this one is nothing more than one of those extended TV cartoons. (SHUDDER)!

Amanda A (it) wrote: they're falling s-l-o-w-l-y

Andye D (nl) wrote: This is the best movie about he Holocaust. A must see in my opinion.

Anatoly S (us) wrote: Despite its criminally low production value it could have been one of the better Bruce Campbell movies if the second half of this movie didn't suck. You get some laughable effects, corny acting, cheesy sci-fi action and it's great in the first half and then it just becomes boring. CHECK IT OUT if you're a Bruce Campbell fan.

Michal (gb) wrote: Pohodovej horror s pr d?sivma scnama, kterej asi napsal n?kdo, kdo nem rd elektrotechniku a modern dobu. :-D

Salome H (us) wrote: This is one of my favourite films dark and hopefull all at once with a deep vein of spirituality and humour running through it. I purchasd this film after viewing it.

(de) wrote: The title "I Vitelloni" literally means "slabs of veal." Figuratively, it describes the main characters, a group of twenty-ish male friends drifting through their lives without direction or responsibility. Comparing them to slabs of veal aptly reflects the literal and figurative carnality that infuses the earthiness of Fellini's movies. Veal is a more apt analogy here than beef because it's younger and tenderer. These men are not scarred or hardened by acute poverty. They live with their parents, they have enough to eat. They are young and soft. Life has not yet made any demands on them. There is a special bond between people who are close friends at the specific ages between the dependency on their parents and the obligations of adulthood. It is a bond that is shaped and forged in trips to pool halls and bowling alleys and amusement parks, all-night conversations, long arguments at all-night restaurants, 3 a.m. walks through dead streets. You share the first history you can create of your own in life, you share a common wavelength and a verbal shorthand. But this blissful state of purity can't last forever. At some point in life - say, somewhere in your twenties - this independence from responsibility turns into prodigality. They become more sad than happy, more pitiable than enviable. (Believe me, I know from whence I speak) The old gang has to fall apart someday.I Vitelloni is about five young men at exactly the point in life when they are more pitiable than enviable. I felt a strong connection to this movie on this level; I had the same kind of crew. I'm quite sure that women have such connections with their friends, but, risking sexism, I would also say that the male version of this connection is different. We have seen other movies based on similar themes and with similar anecdotal structures - Mean Streets, Diner, American Graffiti are often cited as inspired by I Vitelloni. It also benefits from the great heart that is the signal attribute of all Fellini movies.

Gergely K (mx) wrote: Viggo Mortensen els' f'szerepe Renny Harlin korai munkjban. Eg (C)sz j kis brtns horror csak valahogy minden olyan felsznes benne, (karakterek, indt (C)kok, sszef 1/4gg (C)sek) zig-v (C)rig kzepes produkci.

Michael T (ru) wrote: Several fine classical music excerpts are interspersed with a slow-moving, melodramatic plotline purporting to be the story of Schumann and Brahms, with a little Liszt thrown in for good measure.

Frank R (fr) wrote: very confusing beginning. I still do not know who the woman who shot herself in the head and fell into the tub was. The acting at times seemed unconvincing, especially the banter and the arguments between Travolta and Gandolfini. On the other hand, Hayek and Leto are outstanding. Whenever the story turns to detective Robinson' petsonal problems I felt impatient, wanting more of the evil pair. Suspension of disbelief when Hayek and Leto are onscreen. Irritation and disbelief when Travolta and Gandolfini...

Adam R (ca) wrote: Standard teen fare for the indie crowd. (First and only viewing - 3/8/2010)