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Diástole y sístole: Los movimientos del corazón
Based on a series of episodes aimed as ensuring the director to exorcise the defects, fears and phobias circulating about the world of ordinary love. There are 35 stories developed at an ...
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Karen D (br) wrote: Funny, but the trailer is better than the actual film.
Shane M (kr) wrote: Full of the wit and craft you'd expect from the co-writer and co-director of About A Boy. In Good Company follows a middle-aged advertising exec whose company is bought out by a large international corporation, leaving him with a new boss nearly half his age. This film takes an interesting look at business today, which includes new young geniuses joining, and some even getting high positions due to intelligence and work ethic. It also looks at what business is truly about, but as it's a comedy, it doesn't fail to make audiences laugh, even if it's not as funny as American Pie (another film co-directed by Peter Weir) due to a PG-13 rating. Paul Weitz builds around an interesting concept by adding in a romance element (kinda weird, but does help Topher Grace's character), and tons of laughs and emotion, along with a look at the lives of its two main characters, who have undeniable chemistry, even with significant age difference. Weir also brings the film to life with the perfect setting and timing, crafting one if his best solo efforts in his career. Dennis Quaid is perfect as an aging, experienced business man, while Topher Grace is perfect alongside Quaid as a young genius who takes interest in his daughter, with a great portrayal by Scarlett Johansson. Topher's character quite possibly symbolizes young geniuses or geniuses who started businesses or were involved with business at a young age (Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerburg, and Bill Gates), showing people that anyone, no matter what their age, can do amazing contributions to society, and prove what the youth of the world can accomplish. A little hard to like, but I think it's a must-see for audiences.
Sepp V (au) wrote: It's this "trip down memory lane" type of documentary, there's a bit too much personal opinions for me and not so much analyzation, at least for me
Jessica H (kr) wrote: It's more comical than anything, but it fits the series well.
Joshua C (ca) wrote: For a straight-to-video film, it's surprisingly decent.
Evan K (gb) wrote: Great, mesmerizing but ends too soon! I want to know more!
J K (kr) wrote: Um, sounds like Les Miserables...only the roles are oddly reversed and Jean Valjean is the hooker and Satine is the well-to-do type person. Um, I think I'll pass.
M D (ag) wrote: Master silent filmmaker Griffith explores the lives of the rich by way of Lillian Gish whose poor character gets mockingly engaged and embarrassed. Concluding in the famous ice flow scene towards Niagara falls, Griffith??s trademark cross-cutting comes into play and is the most exciting part of a film whose form has become outdated and overlooked in today??s cinema. For from the most exciting of the silent films but close to the most important.
carol (ru) wrote: Not as good as it should be for these two fine actors. A dull film, that could have been much better. Michael Douglas part was sadly lacking in character, Diane Keaton's role was just not given enough strength for this project. That's two hours of my life I won't get back. A sweet story that needed more life pumped into it.
Cody C (nl) wrote: For a movie named Frenzy this is like anything but. Boring cast, I hate the look and vibe of everything, I hate how the story is told. I don't understand how anyone could be engaged my this. At least with like The Lady Vanishes, I could conceive of maybe a dorky boring person digging it, but I have no idea what the hell audience could be engaged by this one.