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Martin G (it) wrote: Kundo est un trs efficace mlange de genre Western spaghetti avec un peu de Quantin Tarantino en proposant une histoire de Robin des Bois la corenne. Une ralisation plus que russie. Le cinma sud-coren n'as dfinitivement rien envier au cinma amricain
Michael S (gb) wrote: Little film about a young Korean girl struggling to adjust to her new life in the US. Slow, but rewarding. Some of its quietest moments are its best.
bel r (mx) wrote: the deceitfulness of antero is overwhelming. the male caracters appear to be in the way, however the acting and cinematography of this finnish film makes it both memorable and an interesting watch
Uditha D (br) wrote: Everything about Tess (except for its length) was wonderful. Natassja Kinski was submissively and poignantly moving as Tess Durbeyfield, and all other performances - especially Peter Firth and Leigh Lawson - were tremendously convincing in their respective roles. The lush cinematography (which deserved its Oscar that year), which makes use of natural light at certain points, was simply amazing. And nowhere was the camerawork better than in the montage of scenes immediately following Tess' rape by Alec: it's as if though Roman Polanski intended to portray Tess as a rich and pretty lady in those scenes. But no, that's not to be: Tess is too honest and virtuous to remain that way with Alec. And you can see that on her face even in those scenes.The ending may have been too abrupt, but in nearly all respects, Tess is perhaps Polanski's best work, bar Chinatown. It's one of the most faithful adaptations of a novel I have ever watched, and even if you haven't read the novel (or for that matter are not into novels at all), I'll guarantee that you'll enjoy this wonderful classic. Except of course its almost epic length.
RQ B (ca) wrote: I just saw this 1964 Japanese gem on Netflix Instant....and let me just say it has aged well. A stylish black and white gangster flick, or rather Yakuza, follows tough guy Muraki in his first taste of freedom from the Big House to his eventual return. He meets up with a sulty gambling gamine name Saeko and his fate is set. Smart, cool and stylish this film is a fun ride. Masahiro Shinoda directs.(I actually rated it 5 stars, but for some reason Flixster won't print it...)
Adeel A (ru) wrote: Was susprised at how good it was...the latin mack is funny!
raudhah 2 (us) wrote: Sometimes we just need to be in other people's shoes to understand their values.
Gordon S (fr) wrote: For movie fans, worth seeing for the star power of Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich alone. For others, the pre-code era in which MOROCCO was made allows for the sexy androgyny of Dietrich, and a very good and appropriately ambiguous ending.
Kevin L (ru) wrote: Some great fight scenes and cinematography. Gives you a little glimpse into Chinese history.