This is a true adventure comedy. The donkey, Rucio, tells the true story of Don Quixote and defends the idea that he wasnt mad...
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Michael T (it) wrote: Straightforward doc, with plenty of Harryhausen's amazing creations on display.
Eglye C (gb) wrote: OMG, eu s sei que esse filme no saiu do fundo do ba da "Sesso da Tarde" porque ele teria que ser melhor que isso.
Jonny P (us) wrote: A movie whose protagonist is a tire with psychokinetic powers? Why not! "Rubber" is an "homage to no reason" or, as I like to think of it, and anti-film. It is a satire that shows how an audience is willing to sit through the most nonsensical story of a film as long as a production studio calls it "entertainment." As the opening monologue explains, all of the events of the movie occur for no reason. One of the more clever aspects of the film is the integration of an audience into the film. One would expect this audience to be watching the film in the theater but to emphasize the absurdity of watching this story, they are in the middle of the desert watching through binoculars. The satirical nature of the film is much easier to understand the second time around (yes, I watched this twice) but it spends too much time in the realm of "unwatchable." There is literally no reason for any of the events that occur. Whether it is Robert (the tire who has become self aware) making things explode or the "spectators" getting sick eating turkey, the tiresome (pun intended) film is an ode to the banal. I'll admit that the first time, I had unreasonably high hopes for this film as I believed that it would be a dumb-looking concept that turned out to be wildly entertaining. I was wrong. I should also admit that the second time, I was looking forward to absorbing the deeper meaning behind it but was instead struck by how unwatchable it really is. I was just so anxious for the "Just Don't Want To Be Lonely" sequence and couldn't believe that it took over ten minutes to get there. Some of the random moments are mildly amusing (like a tire watching NASCAR on tv) and the animation of Robert is impressive (stop motion, I'm assuming?), but it is still incredibly difficult to sit through this. Whether you are hoping for an entertaining film about a homicidal tire or an impressive commentary on the film industry, you will find neither in "Rubber."
Luciano G (gb) wrote: While not perfect, it's not a bad flick..... watch this with an open mind and average expectations and you will find an enjoyable movie...
Eben B (nl) wrote: A reasonably good movie.
Gillian G (br) wrote: Awesome! Not to mention hillarious.
Sean D (mx) wrote: just a a travesty - very very poor.
Kaden K (jp) wrote: The way this Film is directed makes you feel cold and disturbed. Yes, it is a little confusing, but for me (and maybe some other people too) It made Perfect sense at the end. I have no flaws at all. It proves to be a Horror, Thriller, and Mystery Film, and I love that!
Scott C (br) wrote: Great set pieces! The characters are captivating. Extremely memorable. This is Walter Hill at his best.
Jesse B (jp) wrote: I absolutely love this movie. nothing more to say.
Chris S (us) wrote: Robert Downey, Jr. and Kiefer Sutherland, two of the six greatest actors of all time time in the same movie. I'm not saying I loved this but I enjoyed it throughly.
Tasos L (ru) wrote: this is a very good sequeland one of my favorite all time classic films about campers and vaccation! i recommend this to everyone who wants to watch a cult horror film!!
Andrew G (fr) wrote: Great performance by Conrad Veidt - even if he loathed his Nazi-type cast.
Gabriel K (it) wrote: An intelligent crime thriller starring Walter Matthau in an unusual dramatic role. Despite some plot contrivances, it's quite engaging and keeps you on the edge of the seat. There's something about the 70's movies... they just don't make movies like that anymore.
Brian K (de) wrote: Could it be as cool as the video game? I think not.
RJohn X (ca) wrote: The remake actually makes more sense than this silly movie. I suppose there is some story about a river, a puppet demon, and native americans? Basically, a lot of toplessness and there is that famous lipstick into the boob scene. Other than that, I suppose it is a fair representation of 1980s horror. Oh and Linnea Quigley's underwear.
Frederic C B (ru) wrote: The Good:Compelling performances by Chiwetel Ejiofor and Margot Robbie, as well as Chris Pine despite his lack of screen time. A wonderful analogy/parable of the Adam & Eve story from the bible, with Chris Pine's character being some sort of personification of the Serpent. There's a wonderful study with the contrast between Ann's naive christianity and John's scientific point of view. The Not-so-Good:Eventhough it might be meant to be that way, the ending feels a bit underwhelming and unearned. It's hard to see the correlation of the title to the content of the movie. Chris Pine could use a bit more screentime.
Orlok W (kr) wrote: Southern Fried Gothic Of The Most Delicious Kind--Admirable in many ways, beautifully staged and photographed and splendidly acted!!
Kade C (br) wrote: A fantastic story with a great message about diversity, shown to the audience in the best way without being too in your face about it. A fun family film and Disney's best in years.