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Erin B (es) wrote: Medication may not be the answer ... Learning functional behavior instead of continuing dysfunctional behavior is how to combat the types of issues discussed here.
Anthony A (es) wrote: More gore more of the same.
Zach m (au) wrote: A phenomenal animated motion picture.
Anuj S (gb) wrote: Stunning movie I just don't give a damn about what the film critics say
Jon E (es) wrote: The concept of 'Source Code' works extremely well. The plot is divisive and keeps the viewer hooked with its repetitive charm. The feature is extremely thought provoking, and invites the viewer to question constantly both people and perceptions throughout. With its futuristic concept, Source Code is a brilliant example of how 'de ja vu' and 'Groundhog Day' style films can be thoroughly brilliant.However, the ending does feel unhinged and lacking in direction. It is unclear what the conclusion is trying to imply, leaving it much to the discretion of the viewer. Regardless, this is certainly a film for those with a keen eye for detail!
Joseph S (au) wrote: In "Syndromes And A Century", an eliptical love story is repeated twice, once in a rural hospital and then again in a modern urban state of the art hospital. The first time it's a direct and unrequited affair involving a janitor in love with a female doctor, the second time around it's two doctors in a fading formal romance where now it's the female who seems to be rebuffed by her male partner. In the first scenario a monk and a dentist discuss their life's passions, the monk for modern music (he always wanted to be a DJ), and the dentist's for singing Thai folk songs. While in the second scenario's at the high-tech facility where the dentist is attended by staff, the doctor and the patient don't talk at all accept for the patient trying to remove a face cloth (which would blot out his person hood altogether for the dr., as if he were fixing a car). So in this instance it would seem the film mourns the loss of communication; the old humanity suffering the new sterility, or as the Modest Mouse song goes "Party of the century/parting of the sensory". Yet in another scene, a senior doctor and head of the modern hospital has a happy hour of drinks with colleagues, before she goes on tv to do a public health lecture/interview. When a patient appears she tries an alternative medicine laying-of-hands cure, where a doctor at the more rural hospital earlier politely dismissed, the "ancient" remedies offered to her by a monk. Ive watched a few of Apitchatpong's ("Joe" to fans who stumble while pronouncing his name) amazing short films since seeing his earlier masterpiece "Tropical Malady". In 1998 he made a film called "Thirdworld", an experimental documentary about an island community. One imdb description aptly summarizes, "The title is intended as a parody of the word that is being used by the West to describe Thailand or other exotic landscapes...The film is presented in crude and rugged quality, as it is a product from the uncivilized...". I think this line of thinking extends to Syndromes. True, the first half grew from the story of how his mother and father met each other once upon a time at a rural hospital, but the second half, expands the story from the personal (and very endearing), to the political/cosmic (there are many shots of statues of Buddha, in both hospitals, as a sly nod to reincarnation). Unrequited love and the relationships between healers and patients, remain regardless of time and place. Life goes on, as they say. People are determined by their environments, but not always in easily predictable ways; monks can be deejays, dentists can be folk singers, and hospital heads have magic hands when they are sober enough to remember how to do it properly. The scenes of hospital drinking and a monk using a remote control flying saucer, caused the film to be censored by the Thai government, as apparently this would, "Undermine or disrupt social order and moral decency, or...might impact national security or the pride of the nation". Tropical Malady's gay tiger shaman were acceptable, but monk's using electronics...blasphemy. A Thai official said the Thia people were "uneducated and not intellectual", and so needed big gov to tell them what to not watch, which seems very similar to the ideas that informed "ThirdWorld"; unwashed masses in rural areas are backwards peasants, who need the "modern world" to intercede on their behalf as an adult would to a child. "Syndromes And A Century" adds a complex dimension of inter-connectivity, allegory, and muted elusive imagery (like the several minutes of close up on a funnel sucking in gas) to the dichotomy of rural/urban, ancient/modern, growing romance/fleeting emotions, etc. Of course what makes this movie excellent is the demure photography that takes us from the lush silent forests to concrete parks where groups of citizen's gather to exercise to what sounds like video-game techno-pop. Or in other words, and words straight from the horses mouth at that, Joe says, "[the film is about]how we remember, how our sense of happiness can be triggered by seemingly insignificant things. Time is collapsed to mimic a pattern of remembering and to manifest my belief in the idea of reincarnation. This is the third film in which I've used the structure to explore dualities, and I think it will be the last. The word 'Syndromes' could apply equally to Blissfully Yours or Tropical Malady : it does refer to human behavior, such as the way we fall in love. I don't intend the word to have negative connotations; if falling in love is a kind of sickness, it's one for which we all show symptoms. 'Century' for me conveys the sense of moving forward. A century is more or less the same as a lifetime. I'm interested in the ways things change over time, and in the ways they don't change. It seems to me that human affairs remain fairly constant." "Syndromes And A Century" is a pretty, moody, dryly humorous, and multi layered, without feeling forced (if a little incomplete though). In any event, or possibly reincarnation of events, movies like this give me hope for the future of movies.
AD O (gb) wrote: shia as a cute innocent youngster. woulda liked to see shia's hole. jk not jk.
Facebook U (gb) wrote: The story holds up, logically. Clint is set up to be the hero once again, that makes the film a bit standard. As tv film, it is fine. We get to play crime solver a little. This is not a thriller, it is a crime mystery and a real film.
Call i (nl) wrote: It has a cute story, but its missing a little something..
Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 87%I think that it is a pity insulting this film because it is clearly one of Tony Scott' best work to date. The title is apt for the plot, Denzel as always gives a fine performance,Paula Patton was also good. The first half and the begining of the film are the best parts in this film,i still think that the climax could have been more majestic and lengthy, Scott made this simple. The chase scene in the Hummer is a highlight of this film and the idea is good as well.
Carlos I (it) wrote: oh boy... this is awful! Maybe it was kind of entertaining for kids back in the day. but I remember never really thinking this was good...
Zayne R (kr) wrote: Incredible pair of performances by Gene Wilder in one of the coolest, funniest and most underrated comedies of the past forty years.
Cem B (mx) wrote: - a little bird told me. - mevkufsunuz.
Paris S (br) wrote: Compelling suspense that is always at work, holding your attention taught as if ensnared. One of Stewart's most interesting performances. Recalls Crime and Punishment in its key argument made by the duo responsible for the murder.
John M (ag) wrote: Too much fun too goofy so over the top crazy violent. Just what a good fun zombie movie should be.
Charlie E (it) wrote: Funny, stupid funny. lots of silliness. good to see if you have to be able to please your free time.