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Il Mistero di Dante
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Jeremiah C (gb) wrote: This isn't Ang Lee's best film. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk tells us how to feel, and delivers lousy film dialog, that makes the acting lousy. Minus well staple the script to everyones faces, as it seems they use the exact same dialog on the script.
Roger C (mx) wrote: Without a doubt, THE worst Robin Hood movie ever.
Andy L (au) wrote: Increadably funny, it was an honor to catch it at the ICA. Just pray it gets national release. Funniest Brit comedy in years!
Kiefer O (nl) wrote: Great movie, with awesome songs!
Lee M (us) wrote: Botko and Gurland's bleak and caustic comedy gets off to a slow start and struggles to overcome the handicap of having three main characters who are, by design, highly unpleasant individuals. The result, a dissection of the complicated dynamics of sexual and economic exploitation, is pitiless and occasionally inspired.
David G (us) wrote: A strong, experimental film that pushes the envelope with a tough subject that has scarred Colombine High School and many other schools with acts of violence committed by their own students.
Brent B (kr) wrote: this was a great mov for all HS track athletes 2 watch, the history or Steve Prefontaine & Nike, how it all started...v good acting job by Billy Crudup!
Terri H (au) wrote: No thanks - Not interested
Issac L (us) wrote: It all starts with Dolores (Bates) wields a rolling pin and tries to finish the life of Vera (Parfitt), a decrepit lady in wheelchair, so the first thing jumped into my mind is, is this MISERY (1990, 8/10) part II, another Stephen King's creepy thriller starring Kathy Bates? Yes, the movie will blow you away, yet in a very divergent way, DOLORES CLAIBORNE is a majestically hatched harangue to the male-dominant society with a pungent tint of misandry, and miraculously, as a male audience, I am not repelled at all, because a trio of actresses thoroughly win me over with their powerhouse rendition, they all act like a bitch to survive in the inequitable world, the undertone oozes with bone-chilling malignity which as if we are reaping our own consequences to disparage the worth of womanhood. Director Taylor Hackford (Mr. Helen Mirren) maximizes the juicy script (adapted by Tony Gilroy with superb grasp on verbal tit-for-tat) with contrast palettes (seamlessly segue between bleak present and balmy past) to channel us into two unsolved death cases. 15 years later, Selena (Leigh), a young reporter in New York, reluctantly revisits her mother Dolores in remote Maine, who is accused of murdering the aforementioned Vera, a rich widow and the longtime employer of Dolores, who works as a maid in her house for over 20 years. Local detective John Mackey (Plummer) keeps his suspicious eyes on Dolores and steps up offensively, while the friction between the mother-daughter pair exacerbates since there is an irreconcilable one-sided estrangement (Selena to Dolores) or even hatred standing between them. Soon what really troubles all these people comes to light, it is many many years ago during an eclipse day, Dolores' domestic abusive husband Joe (Strathairn, heinous, smug, but dangerously sexy) accidentally (or not?) fell to his death near their home, and Dolores gets away with it (and thus ruined Mackey's perfect career record), but the truth is never that simple, the justification and motivation behind a premeditated murder is converted to a self-defensive protection, it is a familial harassment with a much dark and more reprehensible secret, but the repercussions haunt and torture the pair for so many years although the maltreater bit the bullet long ago.Firstly Kathy Bates is robbed for an Oscar nomination say the very least, compellingly affectionate and decisively bold as a desperate mother who will do anything to offer a better prospect for her daughter, a selfless love which she asks no recompense, even though Selena completely cuts her out of her life, she is just contented to collect her newspaper articles and be as proud as a mother can be. Bates is simply a nonesuch to be a big-screen diva with her killing bearing fluctuating between a vulnerable housewife and redoubtable matron. Jennifer Jason Leigh, the most under-appreciated actress among her coeval, strikes as an unthankful and wayward stuck-up hipster at first, but she slowly unwinds her wound with aching perseverance and she is pretty amazing too, we are all fully aware there must be a reason behind all the bickering and rebuffs, then we discover her deepest trauma which she wholly obliterates, it hits like a big bang, and she generates wonderful luster of compassion no lesser than Bates. The biggest surprise is the lesser-known theater actress Judy Parfitt, a bona-fide scene-stealer, plumb pivotal to the sinuous storyline, who registers unsettling incarnations during two different time frames, the younger Vera who is haughty and fastidious on the appearance, far-seeing and astute underneath; then the elder Vera, paralyzed and miserable, death is her only salvation and she wants to culminate it in her own way for the last time. Although the She is my current win for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS of 1995 while Leigh comes strong as the third. Last but not the least, Christopher Plummer never fail to attain the limelight with his incisive gaze and lucid utterance, even the character is not particularly interesting. DOLORES CLAIBORNE radiates phenomenal visual potency by juxtaposing the eclipse marvel with the accentuated action set piece, only when the sun is blocked by the moon, as if it symbolizes, that's the time the cold-blooded retribution can be consummated with heightened sentient venting! A truly remarkable movie and let's not diminish the merit of the perfectly aligned score by Danny Elfman.
Tom Z (es) wrote: Intriguing, but waste of time.
Mary (ag) wrote: The movie had some laughs and a bit of a twist at the end. There is a cameo by Eugene Levy which didn't really provide any humour, but still worked. Overall, the movie was well acted and provided a good amount of mystery with comedy.
Pauline L (mx) wrote: Eventhough it's an older film, it does offer some great hilarious moments. A light-hearted version of the film falling down.
Jeff B (kr) wrote: I grew up in Aurora Colorado and I know where most all of the filming locations are. If your a location hunting buff here is the information. 1. Carl's House: The Park Townhomes located at the corner of E. Yale Ave. and S. Elmira Street in Aurora CO. You can GPS the intersection. The town-homes are on the southeast corner. 2. The Rec: This was a set built directly across the street from The Park Townhomes on the north side of E.Yale just about 50 yards east of the S. Elmira Street intersection. There is a large apartment complex there now.3. The party house: 1484 S Vaughn Circle Aurora Co. This is a private residence so please be respectful of the current owners. There is a large pine tree in front of the house now and it's painted a different color. 4. Richie's Apartment: The scene where Richie is with his Mom, in her orange jeep, was filmed along Cherry Creek Drive South, just east of Colorado Blvd between E. Kentucky Avenue and E. Mississippi Ave. The complex where he lived is the "Esprit Cherry Creek Apartments" on E. Mississippi. These have been totally remodeled but you can still tell it's the same place. The parking area where Richie and Carl jump into the jeep just before Doberman shows up is along the back side of the complex, which now has carports built there. 5. Much of the chase scene with Richie, Carl and Doberman was filmed on the Cherry Creek Dam Road which runs across the top of the dam. It is still there and looks the same. 6. Stawberry Fields: 2625 S. Vaughn Way, Aurora CO. The town-homes where Corey and Abby steal the gun. These are on the west side of S. Vaughn Way. In the movie they are painted yellow, they are now painted blue. The last set of these on the street is number 2625. The land beyond them was vacant then, now there is a grassy area with trees as the street begins to curve to the right.Hope you enjoy finding these if you are visiting Denver and Aurora.
John N (us) wrote: Ahhhh Mila! And it was funny.
Darryll H (ag) wrote: one of the ultimate jackie chan movies, a must see, highly reccomended