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Johnson C (de) wrote: The plot start to get too deep and difficult to handle.
Billy M (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. The cinematography was great, especially for the $100,000 budget. The suspense was great as well. The director did a great job of taking a minimalist approach with the film. He didn't need to use nudity or gore as a crutch to keep the movie interesting and it was quite confusing at times, but in a positive way, as it kept one very interested in what was going on.The ending was great as well.
Jed D (de) wrote: Note: Please do not recommend movies like this to me. Cougars (Asylum) was bad enough.
Luis Fer A (us) wrote: With an amazing soundtrack and a charming love story. Once is a unique story with two well-rounded realistic characters, a detail that will make you fall in love with it and watch it over and over
Heekiah J (mx) wrote: I am not a Ron Livingston fan, but I thought this was the best use of his talents. I loved how this was handled, the cliches the beliefs, the facts at hand. Totally worth seeing for both practical and artistic reasons.
Calvino V (au) wrote: Oh my gosh, if you are old enough to appreciate the comedic aspect of this film you will really like this short-ish one. Portrays the idea of interconnectivity throughout the film and is trying to be serious but I just could not help but laugh. Good movie
Drago C (au) wrote: The Returned manages to do more with the Zombie movie genre than any movie since Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Instead of focusing on gore and cheap thrills it builds an intimate, intelligent story about living with an affliction that makes you a second class citizen (AIDS metaphor, anyone?). Carballo manages to create a living breathing world by jamming a lot of backstory into background elements: talk shows, newspapers, tv reports and even a handy expository presentation. The direction is a bit jittery at times and the script's pacing takes too many of its cues from recent zombie hits (28 days later in particular) but it comes out on the winning side.Suspense, romance thrills and drama mix in this tale of a zombie apocalypse but at a small, personal level. And despite the unevenness at times the movie is a good watch overall.
Eric L (it) wrote: Beyond an incredible portrait of an amazing talent, and a sad world, this film is the best document of the creative mind at work. The simple trick of mounting a camera on HIS camera -- so you not only see what he sees, but also see his hands and movement and surroundings -- genuis. So simply captures his mind making choices while he works. Captivating.
Steven K (mx) wrote: "Want to get married?" asks Danny, a melancholy character, played by Noah Taylor, who smokes heavily and dreams of being something. "Something" isn't defined, because Danny hasn't found what that something should be. He is the de facto leader of a ragged bunch of transitional young people living together in a run down home. "Can't, got to go out later," Sam answers. He Died with a Felafel in His Hand is an Australian film about a journey of self-discovery. Its overall tone is a bit offbeat, as if a little detached from the story. It is hilarious, and clever while also being very pseudo-philosophical, melancholy and tragic. In reality, it is a character driven film focused on the relationship between one man and his friends. Which friends are real, and which just pass through his life? His love - is it infatuation, and what is he missing? Felafel is accredited with quite a few awards and nominations, but I think it would really only appeal to those who enjoy independent films. However it is a film that I think could bring those who previously had no interest in the independent scene into a wider palette of film enjoyment. There really is a lot of moments in the film that made me laugh hard, and plenty of dialog that you'll want to memorize, but also moments that really made me sad. I really enjoyed this film, and I do recommend it with the caveat that not everyone is going to enjoy it the same way as I did.
Shawn M (mx) wrote: Errol Morris consistently shows that he is one of the top documentarians of all time. The subjects he picks may seem normal at first glance, but always prove to be fascinating characters when on film. I also admire how Morris stays out of the picture and lets the audience make their decision (I'm looking at you, Michael Moore). Leuchter is a sad, pathetic man who is nowhere near as educated and 'expert' as he thinks he is.
Rebecca S (nl) wrote: It's good in its own Muppet-ish kind of way.
Kyle M (ag) wrote: Adapted from a short story about a fired - from both work and marriage - alcoholic need to let go and start anew. This drama tried to be charming with adapted originality, but it seem that the spotlight was only focusing on Will Ferrell's fine performance of portraying the alcoholic trying out a new lifestyle in his front yard with what he has left (the shape of the yard is like the shape of a room with "crap" he calls it)."Everything Must Go" may get you feel sympathetic, but there are some good selective cast and Ferrell's performance to make this enjoyable. (B)(Full review coming soon)
Owen B (au) wrote: The main problem with this movie is the script. I swear, the two Schumacher Batman films had some of the worst writing I've ever seen in movies. In Forever, there are some seriously boring moments, the majority being any scene with Dr. Chase Meridian, played by Nicole Kidman. I will say this though: the film is entertaining. There is a lot of bad in this film, but if you're the kind of person that likes campy 90's flicks, it's enjoyable.
Carlos I (au) wrote: Ooh boy. I remember this being a lot better when I was a kid... lol. Great concept though.
Andy R (fr) wrote: Extremely predictable, and very very mild scares. Not one of the best horror remakes, but if the filmmakers stood with its original story it may have been good.