A young garage band in Sydney, is trying to make it big in Australia.
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Sebastian H (au) wrote: I really liked this movie it was very tense but the ending could have been better
Jenn M (kr) wrote: This seemed a tiny bit promising.. But 45 minutes in and it's just a bunch of arguing and.nothing has happened yet. nothing!!! gah! So I waited and then it was getting scary but it wasn't enough to make up for nearly an hour of boredom
Krystal W (us) wrote: I wanted to really like this movie because I love Joe Flanigan. However, it feel flat and even he couldn't save it. This movie was awful and I couldn't even finish it because it was just bad.
Jos M (us) wrote: Lo mejor de todo Carey Muligan, la banda sonora de David Byrne y el estilo visual de Oliver Stone.
Charlie W (it) wrote: A truly intriguing mockumentary that veers a bit too recklessly between complete farce (playboy sonar expert) and nuanced parody (Herzog's over dramatized narration.) Despite the uneven tone it's still a mandatory watch for anyone familiar with Herzog's career.
Tyler L (ca) wrote: There should be a rating of 0 stars. This movie doesn't deserve 0.5
Kyle B (it) wrote: Outstanding performances from Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson with great costumes, make up, and sound design. I loved to see Nathan Lane pop up in one of his first film appearances and I loved the song Meryl sang in the beginning of the movie
Alec B (it) wrote: Its definitely one of the better films about American journalists embedded in a foreign country. The politics are understandably angry and James Woods' scrappy performance is just great.
Torion O (us) wrote: This film's only weak spot is that it may be a bit long.
Paul N (us) wrote: This is the first time I've started to rate/review a film before it's over. Clearly not a great sign!The reason is that 45 minutes into this film, about an alien infestation taking over human bodies, its forced plotting and generally abysmal scripting are too galling and annoying to redeem itself.Actions have no consistency and the aliens make no sense. The humans are pretty vapid as well. While an invasion film should be given some leeway, and the motivations of the invading force don't have to make be totally sensible, these aliens are just willfully annoying.The four or so scenes around the 45 min mark are just full of so much bullshit and contrivance that it is all boring and uninteresting. Being able to see the strings and the puppet master so blatantly, and poorly, removes any magic from the show.Carol (the main character played by an eager but let-down Nicole Kidman) heads to her ex-husbands house to get her son and keep him safe. Already infected her husband and the half-dozen people in his house grab her and infect her. Then, informing her that she will be converted once she falls asleep...they let her go.That's it. They just let her go. Nothing she does or says affects her situation. She just gets away. Something that could be forgiven except that in the VERY NEXT scene as she runs away more aliens chase her down. In the VERY NEXT scene, still running to a subway car, she is helpfully placed among a few normal humans who are only acting like aliens. They conveniently break their facade to explain to her how to fool the aliens. Nonetheless they are all caught except Kidman.We then follow her attempts to get to safety as she fakes having no emotions while random attacks happen in broad daylight on the street. Again, other humans posing as infected give her helpful advice. Lucky her.Finally, still the same few minutes, her regular normal doctor friends have a theory as to what is happening and are trying to get to a safe military place. Oh, and they also figure out a cure pretty quickly. That's really great. I mean, there was no way the governments of the world, or any third-rate researcher couldn't spot the simple flu vaccine solution in the first 5 minutes.It's so pathetically thrown together it just stinks of pointlessness. The film is one that, we can see so blatantly, is moving forward just because it has too. Aliens let her go, they attack in public and governments don't seem too pushed. No one is fighting back. It is beyond belief. Something that takes some doing in a sci-fi movie.These are specific issues but so large they need to be addressed. The bad editing, drab action scenes and logic holes are painful to sit through. If you aren't really aware of why things are crap you'll probably just be bored by this film ,which is just as damning. I just can't get over how useless a film this is and how let down it is by issues that should be solved in the first draft of a script. The aliens are the worst of nearly any film of this type. They move from gang attacks, taxers and murder to rational discourse, secret attacks and random attacks. All depending on what the scene needs. They just don't make any fucking sense. Absolutely unforgivable. No tension, no drama, no point. Save your 90 minutes.
Lucy K (jp) wrote: Julia Roberts is relatable and likeable in this movie, but every other character -including those played by James Franco and Javier Bardem- are one-dimensional and underdeveloped. There were moments that I found genuinely moving, but the ending left me cold (*spoilers)- the answer to the protagonist's long journey to find and accept herself is simply that she must learn to love a man again. The speech that Bardem's character makes to her is condescending to the point of being creepy - he belittles her newfound love of meditation and her closeness with a local medicine man, and tells her that if she walks away from him then she is running from "all the good possibilities in her life". The film ends on the message that he was right, so she goes back to him to enjoy those possibilities together. A strangely clichd, misogynistic conclusion to the story.
James O (ag) wrote: So understated that it reinforces the tragedy. Every soldier had a back story and we see one such story here. There's nothing glamorous about this soldier's life, nothing to grip Hollywood's attention but this one individual soldier stared death in the face without flicnhing, without making anguished cries about how his impending death was for national pride and honour. There's just a futile resignation to the inevitable consequences of sending this soldier into action. It's sombre and the sheer ordinariness of his life makes it easy for the viewer to get perspective of what each and every soldier was putting on the line. A very effective and strangely apolitical war film, well worth catching a glimpse of.
Camilo d (nl) wrote: La wea taquilla. Estas pelis tipo Oceans Eleven no dan pa' mucho ms. Tiene sus escenas, como la de los rusos inmortales, y mensin para el jefe que es prcticamente Roman Abramovich.... solo que tiene un equipo rojo en vez de azul.
Skyler B (it) wrote: I like this character, but - like Afro Samurai after him - one story is enough to capture the character completely.