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gary t (mx) wrote: well ummmm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is an alright movie 2 watch, it is nothing special 2 watch, it is an ok movie 2 watch, it is nothing special 2 watch, but it is an alright movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie......I think that Kerrie Hayes, Jamie Doyle, Nichola Burley, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....I think that the director of this drama/comedy/mystery/suspense movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.....it is nothing special 2 watch, it is quite an entertaining movie 2 watch, it is quite funny in some scenes throughout this movie,......I think that this is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie.....I think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.....its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.....I think that this is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch, it is so so so so powerful drama movie 2 watch, it is such a sad movie 2 watch but it is such a good drama movie 2 watch......
Indra W (us) wrote: Juliette Binoche plays her part brilliantly, I guess, at least on the first half of the movie. Then I decided that I didn't enjoy the story and stopped.
MrsTweaty (kr) wrote: THIS SIS ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES I WATCHED THIS SO MUCH I HAD TO GO BUY ANOTHER COPY
Jack G (au) wrote: I might've loved the behind the scenes stuff even more than the actual Hell House itself, though that looks like very disturbing fun. It's like a twisted community theater that comes together; nobody is really a "professional", but they give it their all and put in a lot of over-the-top melodramatics to match the basic set construction. Now if only there wasn't so much tongue-speak and super hatred for gays/AIDS.
Ryan C (ag) wrote: it was pretty funny for a tim allen movie and definatly had its funny parts like in everyone of his movies but i didnt think to much made it a good movie the storyline and acting was basically up to par but nothing more
Harry W (us) wrote: Recommended to me by my grandfather as a strong Australian film, Lantana sounded like a good oppurtunity to see a piece of cinematic history from my homeland.Loosely following a similar film style to the one that Paul Thomas Anderson established in his iconic film Magnolia, Lantana becomes a film about a lot of different characters dealing with their own personal demons as they push on through life. As things begin to heat up and they clash, the focus begins to shift. Lantana focuses both on its large array of characters and the connections they have to the central plot and doesn't always have the most consistent balance. This is because there are so many characters to take in. They mostly seem interesting, but the problem is that they are all played off as subplots. Each story in Lantana has the strength to be a story of its own, and the fact that they are each reduced to simple subplot and then crammed into the same film and then tied together with minor plot elements. Instead, I felt lke the storylines for each character ended up being little more than a distraction for what the central story tying them into the same situation was saying. Sometimes, it was the other way around. Either way the focus was something I had trouble grasping. I found that Lantana ended up being a good film, but it was inconsistent. The film is heavy in atmosphere and the actors are great, but I just couldn't feel the story a lot of the time. The focus was really all over the place and the narrative structure proved to be hit and miss, but in the end it was a good film.Lantana is an effective film, thanks mainly to Ray Lawrence and the cast. Although the screenplay in Lantana is a bit packed, it is really full of strong dialogue and characters who are brought to life. Ray Lawrence plays a huge role in that because of the way that he makes Lantana a film that is heavy in atmosphere. He makes the film tense by using stylish cinematography and scenery which maintains a grim colour palette to emphasise the grim nature of the urban trouble going on. The mood of the film is really easy to get a sense of because it is rich, and it is strong enough to remain legitimate without pushing the plot into melodramatic territory.Lantana kept me engaged mainly because of what the cast members did with their characters. Most of the roles are typical suburban characters who are illuminated by the immense skill of the cast members, while others are particularly edgy creations who are turned into viable assets to the film's success. All the characters are taken advantage of excellently well, and so it is really the cast of the film that brought life to Lantana.Anthony LaPaglia is the most memorable cast member in Lantana. His grip on the role is excellent as it is such an internally complex one as he has serious issues with his emotions. He holds the emotional instablity of Leon Zat with absolute tenacity and a strong sense of authenticity. He goes through a lot of situations in the film and never lets them descend beyond the critical nature of the subject matter in the story. Anthony LaPaglia takes it all head-on and makes a powerful lead. His physical involvement in the material is relentless and so he is able to channel his emotional passion for the part through that. Anthony LaPaglia is the ideal actor to lead Lantana because he is the most important character and keeps audiences entertained with his dramatic antics every minute that he is on screen. His effort is awesome because he is so raw without dropping a certain sense of sophistication which can only come from years of experience as an actor. It is excellent to see Geoffrey Rush on board in Lantana. As an Academy Award winner, Geoffrey Rush remains one of Australia's most critically acclaimed actors, so he is always a welcome presence in an Australian film. Considering that Lantana maintains such a large cast, the fact that Geoffrey Rush is among it proves to be excellent. And his performance, similarly, is excellent. Geoffrey Rush takes on a very down to earth role in Lantana, the part of an everyman. And for such a dedicated character actor to take on such a simple role is always a welcome role, particularly because of the fact that he simple blitzes the role. His involvement in the part, right down from his physical stature to his line delivery, is powerful. Geoffrey Rush engages with the surrounding cast members in Lantana with excellent dedication. He deals with the material with easy acting charisma, and it is seriously great to see him working with so many other actors because the way that he interacts with each and every cast member creates powerful moments in the film that boasts talent in both him and whoever he shares the screen with.Vince Colosimo's performance remains one of the most intriguing in the film. In his supporting role, Vince Colosimo takes on the role of a simple everyman being dragged into a complicated situation and does justice to it incredibly well. His screen time is small, but as the film goes on and his relevance increases we see some powerful acting occur in him. As the situation cracks down on him and he is forced to confess a secret he has hidden for his own fears, Vince Colosimo breaks down and reaches a level of humanity beyond the casual spirit he achieved in the rest of the film. You can see absolute humanity in the part as if everything in the film suddenly became real for him. The moment where he breaks down in tears and confesses to the world what he has hidden is one of the most powerful things he has ever done as an actor, and it is a very brief but memorable moment which is very deserving of recognition that he earned in the shape of an AFI award. Vince Colosimo is excellent in Lantana.Kerry Armstrong and Rachael Blake also deliver strong supporting performances, and Glenn Robbins is good to see in a pre-Kath and Kim serious role.So altough Lantana is packed full of stories which go back and forth between relevance to a central plot and little more than subplots, the directorial approach of Ray Lawrence and incredible work of the cast make it a strong Australian film full of unforgettable performances.
Brian D (es) wrote: Clever, fairly interesting. I love Gwyneth Paltrow and she is great in this. Not worth watching again. Somewhat contrived. Fairly unique.
Jim H (ag) wrote: A cross-section of African-American men travel cross-country by bus to the Million Man March.There are films that rise above their politics, films that promote a particular political ideology but also tell an intimate, human story. In literature, I think of Upton Sinclair's The Jungle as a representative example. This is not one of those films. Spike Lee's Get on the Bus is so pat and obvious in its politics that it doesn't get a chance to breathe on its own and its characters never rise above the types they represent. Lee's talent keeps the film afloat, and his camera tricks give the film an energy that we've come to expect from a "Spike Lee Joint," but the real problem remains in the script. This is not Lee or writer Reggie Rock Bythewood debating with himself; if you're confused about the film's politics, Charles S. Dutton lays it all out at the end for you.Overall, I don't have a lot of opinions about the political statements themselves, but I can say that the film is confined by its message.
Alexander C (nl) wrote: Wouldnt mind seeing.
Ahmad J (gb) wrote: Wasn't nearly as bad as the critics are saying!
Jason D (ag) wrote: The Terror Within is another entry in that timeless theme of desolate, post-apocalyptic worlds where only a few survivors must fend off huge muscled gargoyles that tear people's asses apart! A group of scientists are holed up in an underground government facility where occasionally, they go up top to find food. One day, they find a lone survivor woman who happens to be pregnant. As luck would have it, this happens to be a Roger Corman flick, and you know that ANY film involving Roger Corman and monsters means one thing......monster rape. So the chick births a alien that pretty much wipes out the whole facility. George Kennedy (whose always fun to watch) leads the group along with a young Andrew Stevens (before he went all softcore). The formula may be tried and true, but it's dumb fun, and that's exactly what I had when I was watching this flick. Stevens wound up writing and directing a sequel to this film.
Adele B (kr) wrote: This may be good but there's no information to back that up so...
chase (au) wrote: "explicitly gory?" i know times are different now, but still. worth a 3 am viewing.
Jennifer B (ca) wrote: Pretty funny; an excellent performance by a super actress!
Charles P (ag) wrote: The script is full of outrageous implausibility, and every scene is stretched to breaking point.
Wayne K (mx) wrote: My favourite entry (so far) in the Harry Potter Series, The Goblet Of Fire has an emotional weight not quite reached in the previous 3 movies. The actors have really come into their own, and seem very comfortable with their roles. Radcliffe takes on the part of an angsty teen with realism and believability, showing us that, despite being a much-admired wizard, he has no magic to fight off the horrors of puberty. Burgeoning adolescence is an underlying theme here, and it's explored so effectively and with such heart that I actually found myself feeling deeply for the characters, particularly in regards to the romance between Ron and Hermione, which contains undoubtedly the most moving scene. The effects are still spectacular, the action scenes are tense and engaging, and while the supporting characters don't have a lot to do, the focus is maintained where it needs to be. It might go on a bit long, and the climax is somewhat disappointing, but it brings a greater depth and seriousness, while managing to be funnier than even. That's quite an achievement, and the film pulls it off with style.
Jason C (jp) wrote: Not one of their better movies. Could of had more to it.
Mark V (jp) wrote: Spike Lee does one thing that I have never seen any other African American filmmaker do. He portrays Italians in movies probably better than Martin Scorsesse doea... In no way am I saying he is a better director than Marty but he definitely has one up on him. Speaking as an Italian, Marty portrays Italians as classy wiseguys with guns and nice suits... Spike Lee shows the Italians that I know. Nuff said... Now the movie itself is gritty, intense, and in parts hilarious as Mr. Lee writes hilarious dialogue. There are parts I think that are meant to make any person uncomfortable. Orgies, seedy sex clubs, etc. Not one to recommend but one that anyone would not get bored with. Only complaint... Ben Gazarra was pretty terrible