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Peter F (it) wrote: The Player not only marked Robert Altman's return to Hollywood relevance in the 1990s, but also ushered in meta-shows about the entertainment industry, from The Larry Sanders Show to Bojack Horseman. Unerringly scathing towards Hollywood culture and politics, the movie presents the process for how a film gets made, all while encasing the story in a noir-esque guise that's simply delectable. Filled to the brim with shots that blatantly reference movies (including the ultra-impressive opening long take that visibly and verbally references Touch of Evil), The Player is hardly subtle, but the cinematography and editing are so clever that's one would be hard pressed to complain. Furthermore, it feels accurate to how the movie business works while also working as high-style pastiche, and the inclusion of actors-playing-themselves is very appreciated. Concluding with one of the most provocative endings of Altman's oeuvre (outside of his masterpiece 3 Women), The Player feels like a legit Hollywood classic, even if it only came out 25 years ago.
Al M (kr) wrote: You never quite know where Open Grave is going, and it does provide some twists, but it never quite coheres into something great.
Paul H (au) wrote: Despite this movie having a poor score, I actually thought this wasn't a bad movie. Apart from Hayley duff who plays Jenna, whose over the top acting is as thrilling to watch as watching paint dry, the other cast members carry the plot on quite nicely. The story is good and if your a fan of 'I don't know what you did last summer' this movie will keep you guessing right until the end. A nice relaxing thriller.
Andrey B (nl) wrote: Extremely enjoyable picture. It's a great fun to watch the acting of these 3 wonderful actresses: Streep, Hathaway and Blunt.
gary t (nl) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that val kilmer, patrick swayze, piper perabo, michael clarke duncan, james purefoy, joan plowright, bill treacher play good parts throughout this movie..i think that the director of this Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Drama, Comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..its a good movie 2 watch n its enjoyable
Philip Z (de) wrote: My mother is passionate about genealogy, tracing the events and people of particular importance to members of our family tree. The Red Violin gave me a taste of her excitement in tracing lineages. This is a well crafted tale and all of the stories that shape the violin are fascinating to witness. A fine film.
Aidan H (au) wrote: Really good Star Wars film. I could've not used the ewoks though.
Kristen P (mx) wrote: I grew up watching these movies. This one is one of the best of the series. The visual effects for 1965 were stellar, as well as the art direction.
Kym c my community profile R (br) wrote: Chris Pine stars as Rhett Ryan a singer/songwriter who is leaving for Nashville , tho has conflicting emotions to stay with the woman he loves. Chris? real life dad, Robert Pine (the Lt. from Chips) plays his father John Ryan! There?s subtle interconnections between the characters which all lead up to Rhett?s final performance in town. This was cool. A laid back pace, and Chris Pine singing ??? (or just lip synicing?) I think this came out on dvd, tho I think it should have been in the theaters. Maybe they just didn?t know how to market it. C+
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Tristan M (br) wrote: Was not overly impressed with War Horse, bit I do think a large part of it is that I expect so much from Spielberg and don't have much like for glamorizing war, which I believe this movie does. The filming and cinematography is great, which I expected from Spielberg no matter how the movie turns out in the end, and the script is ok, but the acting is a bit lacking. The action could have been another Saving Private Ryan beach landing, which is something I think he could do well in a future movie, and although the scenes good looking, minutes the obvious lack of blood due to the rating, the sound effects could have been far movie intense. How I personally would have liked to see more blood and realism, but I can understand that this movie is targeted at younger audiences and this is not appropriate. How everyone spoke English also didn't go well for me. So yes there's a lot of things I didn't like here, but it's because I've seen so many of his war movies and have very high expectation of them these days, and the subject matter here simply isn't for me. However for younger kids I think this is great work.
Joo P (ru) wrote: Even with a good cast like Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson, Regression don't have the right tone for this kind of story and Alejandro Amenabar don't quite surprise the audience like he did in his previous works. At the end the movie is predictable and even more weak that psychological thriller should be. (2/5)