Gradiva (C'est Gradiva qui vous appelle)
An orientalist professor researching Delacroix's North African work becomes entangled in an S&M waking dream in Morocco.
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Leah T (mx) wrote: Good portrayal of Steve Jobs.
Chris F (it) wrote: I thought this was a pretty entertaining film. The main plot of Superman dying and pretty much get his affairs in order was really good. I do think it had a lot going on in terms of subplots especially for a 76 min film but overall I thoroughly enjoyed it, I still don't understand how come the live action Superman films are always a mix bag while these shorter animated films pack much more emotional weight.
Connor M (fr) wrote: I have no idea what happened in this movie, and I'm pretty sure that's a good thing. Logically flawed with an embarrassing and vapid script, the only redeeming thing about this picture is its competent CGI.
Rachel G (gb) wrote: A must-see movie for any huge fan of cars.
Jeshelle V (ca) wrote: One part I don't get is why the grown up skinnier Chris (Ryan Reynold's character) wants to date her Jamie (Amy Smart's character) when she never wanted the fat pudgy him? It's kinda like,Chris: "I know I'm a fat pig. But what about this.I'll go get sexy and be incredibly successful, come back, and we can be together?"Jamie: "Sure!!"Shallow.
Uur H (ag) wrote: politik gerilim bu diil ya! :)
Gabriel Z (ca) wrote: This is proof that God does not love us and does not want us to be happy.
Thanasis A (jp) wrote: i prefer that kind of pretty fairytails with oldfashion effects, than the new plastic horrors!really enjoy it...
Jim H (mx) wrote: David Tennant's Hamlet is stolid and unaffected until he starts feigning madness. Tennant then creates a character that is interesting to watch, but I never felt like I was watching an intellectual wrestling with life's grand questions. There are also several scenes from Elsinore's security cameras, and I have no idea why these are in there or what the black and white photography does to enhance the director's take on this story. This is in addition to the characters seemingly random direct addresses to the camera. The set and the direct addresses make it seem as though we're not watching a film, but a play on film, much like the stationary cameras and action of the first films. Patrick Stewart, who was my real attraction to this version, was good as Claudius, but I don't see anything revolutionary in his portrayal. I also wonder about the director's decision to double-cast Stewart as both Claudius and the ghost. There didn't seem to be a point to this choice, and I'm still waiting for the version that uses Hamlet's disembodied voice as the ghost; such a decision contains a thematic statement unlike what I saw here.Overall, it's always good to watch Hamlet, with the exception of the Mel Gibson and Ethan Hawke versions, but I'm not overly impressed with this addition to the canon.
Ginose P (mx) wrote: Truly amazingly well-written lampoon. Search for it if you're into that kind of thing.
Marcos R (de) wrote: A raw depiction of a marriage on the rocks with real and powerful performances by Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling.
Carlton R (kr) wrote: Anyone who knows the true history this film is based on will know how much of an insult this is to Buford Pusser's memory, not only that but the original 70s version is fantastic, how anyone in their right mind could have thought putting Johnson anywhere near this film was a good idea. A, He can't act, B,He is the wrong race, Imagine if a true story ie the What the butler saw was swapped for a white man? Or a mixed race one? But in this film, truth and history have no meaning,but the 25% says it all