Derren Brown: Something Wicked This Way Comes
The second of Derren Brown's live stage shows that toured the UK following its success in the West End.
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Chuck S (mx) wrote: First off, I'm a Belle & Sebastian fan, and even more, I was a fan of the pre-movie God Help The Girl music. So for me, even if the movie bombed, it would still be a series of videos for music I already loved.Fortunately, the movie is able to stand on its own, and the actors are charming enough to carry it. The music could have gone wrong, in that the actors actually sing the songs; Emily Browning adds a sweetness that wasn't apparent in the original recordings - not that that's better or worse, only different. It was the first time I had seen Olly Alexander, and I would love to see more. Hannah Murray I was more familiar with, from Skins & Game of Thrones; she was great for the role of Cass, and while not having the strongest of voices, I felt it worked for the role - she was new to music.All in all, it's a film I'll watch again and enjoy, but I'm not sure it's for everyone. I'm certainly a fan.
Brian L (nl) wrote: Confusing until the very end.
Isabella B (nl) wrote: Battle of the Year was a fun movie! My family and I loved it. We were do amazed by the dancing alone that it immediately amazed us!
Kelly K (ag) wrote: Another touching movie about a girl and her horse.
Sing Chie T (nl) wrote: A so-so B-movie plot
Jack B (nl) wrote: Beautiful film. Exceptionally well made and unbiased. Some might find it's neutral stance on the subject bothersome, but I like that the film allowed for part of me to have a heart for these guys.
Damon B (jp) wrote: Two For The Money has the chrasma from its leads, but the story falls extreamely flatt due to its lack of story and script. Ovearll Two For The Money has a great cast, but it cant keep itself up with its dullness.
Mike O (kr) wrote: I'm not sure what I would have made of this film had I been coming to Tarr for the first time - it's not his best and not as 'accessible' as Werckmeister Harmonies. However, it is still a fine example of what cinema is capable of. It's a small miracle the way Tarr can develop a scene with those beautiful, slow camera movements; his wonderfully subtle use of changing soundscapes; and that unique construction of screen time and space. Yes, there are a few moments where the dialogue/plot feels a little awkward, but the real beauty of this film is in the spaces between the plot markers. As always with Tarr, patience is required, but I think it's worth it.
Steven G (ca) wrote: A fun movie, light on plot, but some crazy good pool. I liked the Princess Bride style twist at the end.
Giffy G (gb) wrote: My love affair with romantic comedies from Hong Kong continues. The dialogue was adorable, the plot zany, and the acting realistic enough to hold my attention. The office setting furthered rather than detracted from the romance, and I loved that the romantic pursuer kept switching back and forth between the two of them. Not my favorite Sammi Cheng romantic comedy, but definitely among them.
BC B (mx) wrote: 5 stars, entertaining in a very pleasant fashion, no real sort of commitment otherthan to entertain, still gained from the movie, it was fulfilling. Love the Wisconsin lingo. Love Michigan.
Luc T (us) wrote: A fantastic comedy on every level!
Raji K (ag) wrote: After the first film, Grumpy Old Men was a big hit, naturally a sequel Grumpier Old Men was created. Both Lemmon and Matthau resume their roles and start the film merely taking pot shots at each other as they have become from friends with the ending of the first film. When the two kids are having wedding jitters though, the kid gloves are off and the pranks begin. On top of it Matthau is now attempting to court the new lady in town Maria Ragetti (Sophia Loren). Grumpier Old Men is like most sequels, not as good as the first one, and goes for cheaper laughs. The characters still make it entertaining enough, and its worth watching if you enjoy the original.
Erin B (de) wrote: Very amusing "update" of the Sidney Poitier film, hehehe.
Jack C (es) wrote: This is now the 5th Kurosawa picture I have seen and it joins Kagemusha; Throne Of Blood; Seven Samurai and Ikiru as a singular masterwork.It is something wholly different, a tale of a hunter alone at one with nature who guides a band of russian soldiers on their survey expedition.Plain, spartan and made with care and compassion, Dersu Uzala is a must see for those who like being in the great outdoors.Wonderful film
Gerard M (kr) wrote: Love, greed, betrayal & beautiful phantasms. Set in feudal Japan and filmed in long dreamily lit shots this film never feels anything but authentic.
Martin T (it) wrote: Another charming Clair picture, not quite as good as Libert, but certainly worth seeing once.
Chloe M (br) wrote: I liked this movie. It was a decent way to put a twist on the usual 'cpming out' story. It was funny, albeit below par with acting, but I managed to enjoy it.