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Domenic D (ag) wrote: Faded Memories expertly brings you into the sad and lonely world of a teenager. I found the story to be both engaging and compelling. But the performances were not impressive. Not one bit. The cast in not believable. The production quality is very bad. It was written and directed by a 16-year old! This 16-year old also stars in the film, she is not a convincing actress. The story is astonishing, its needs a lot of work. It felt like an afternoon special on ABC.
Timo E (es) wrote: The main thing this film has going for it is its unique setting. The production crew must have had a blast designing and building all of the sets and costumes for this much underrepresented culture. The film in and of itself is entertaining, though it relies on too many tropes to add much to the genre otherwise.
Sean E (ru) wrote: Predictable and boring. I am only giving an extra star for the funny character, Manoj.
Eugene B (br) wrote: Though it's slightly emphatic from the amount of racial humor, Bringing Down the House is a charming comedy. Steve Martin is slick and humorous as only he can do. Combine that with the stylish and pizzazz of one Queen Latifah, along with a sleek amount of supporting actors, you've got yourself quite the cast. 4/5
Jonathan H (fr) wrote: For those who question Miike's versatility, I present Exhibit A, The Bird People in China. Genre-bending, insightful and poetic, this film displays the great humanistic touches that contradict Miike's reputation as hyper violent and sexual filmmaker.Bird People begins as a quirky, gently comic adventure story and gradually morphs into an intriguing exploration of the very nature of human emotion, loaded with symbolism, a deep, true warmth and some utterly terrific imagery. To analyze the film's rabid lust-for-life philosophy and examine the complexities of the script would take another article entirely, but in short, Miike's wild directorial flair continually pushes the question of whether technological progress, modern day civility and even spoken language itself are adversaries or allies to man's untamed desire to be free. This is achieved through a variety of reasons, but a few worth mentioning: the graceful nature in which it was shot, and Miike's trademark humor--self-deprecating, occasionally misanthropic and surreal, but ultimately biting.Perhaps what I liked most about the film was that it resisted the urge to draw a line in the sand with regards to the themes it developed. Is the film for or against the influx of technology and modernization? I think you can make a good case for both sides. That wisely keeps The Bird People in China from being too moralizing, and more... well, human.
Doug C (gb) wrote: An average B-noir about a sadistic femme fatale played by Janis Carter who witnesses a brutal murder while on a rendezvous with a married police detective, then convinces him they cannot reveal the identity of the true murderer while an innocent man goes to the electric chair.
Grant T (gb) wrote: I personally think this is overrated. None of the characters were like able and all had a very dark side (perhaps a look at society). It had some funny moments but does not rank with Rodney dangerfield's best
Jason S (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies of 2015. A cerebral thriller beautifully crafted.