In & Out
A midwestern teacher questions his sexuality after a former student makes a comment about him at the Academy Awards.
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Grant S (ca) wrote: Great documentary.As the title suggests, a history of the world in 2 hours (though, once you remove the ads it is more like 1.5 hours...). From the Big Bang nearly 14 billion years ago to the present time we see how first the universe was formed, then our galaxy, then the earth. From that we see how life began and evolved and how the planet changed.Very informative, yet succinct. Covers the important moments in the 14-billion year history of Earth with just enough detail to make you understand, and less than the amount required to make you confused.On the negative side, the narration does seem rather overly dramatic at times and some of the experts interviewed unnecessary or verbose. It does diminish the credibility of the documentary, making it seem like an action-drama. A bit more gravitas was needed.
rahul20 j (mx) wrote: concept was good but the movie was terrible , had headaches while and afterward
Laura B (fr) wrote: Film was ok, but acting poor, especially from Melissa Joan Hart.
Chris M (kr) wrote: I'm really not sure how I can rate this film with stars, as its perhaps the strangest thing I've ever seen. Ostensibly its the unravelling of the life of Matsuko, recently deceased, as her nephew goes through the wreckage of her tenement flat. It poses the question or challenge very early on that her life was meaningless, then very dramatically picks that apart. The story of her life is heartbreaking, hilarious, brutal, tender and shocking. Matusko is at times selfish and at others utterly selfless. She endures physical and emotional abuse. But often this dark material is et against amazingly melodramatic cinematography, super-vivid colours, music-hall-style songs, chorus lines and more. To say it's unique, captivating andplain weird is an understatement. And yet in the second half it did start to drag, until the resolution, where we learn the full truth about her estrangement from her family, and the circumstances of her death, which are almost too sad for words. Matsuko's life was certainly not meaningless, but tragically her death was... Watch with an open mind. Be prepared for anything. Let it wash over you.
Gleb I (es) wrote: a great documentary about the history of big wave surfing. very captivating from start to finish. a little dragged out but beautiful and set to a good score.
Gabriel v (it) wrote: Best catfight EVER!!!!!
Bebet A (jp) wrote: I admire Aidan Quinn and Kevin Pollack and to bring them together in this movie was a bonus for me. The message is quite clear, especially for someone going through dark times. I laughed and cried and I felt good.
Jim L (gb) wrote: Decent story but would have been better if the Macbeth parallelisms were made more subtle. FYI Mischa Barton is not the world's best actress.
Lisa S (es) wrote: i thought i would like this. but there was like no plot! i died of boredom. nobody did anything in the whole movie. nobody ever watch this movie, its so stupid.
Kevin L (de) wrote: A middle-aged couple suspects foul play when their neighbor's wife suddenly drops dead.
Ross T (jp) wrote: Jesus why did I even bother.
(kr) wrote: It's gonna be wonderful I guess!
Nicholas C (au) wrote: This film still looks well after 25 years and has some cool make-up as well as a decent soundtrack
Rob R (ca) wrote: A 1975 Best Picture winner that easily holds up today, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest perfectly blends comedy and drama using a wonderful pace and smart script. Led by Jack Nicholson's iconic and charismatic performance, and director Milos Forman's excellently crafted old school style, it intrigues early and often. Randle P. McMurphy (Nicholson) avoids continuing his brief prison stint by pretending to be mentally ill. As he forms bonds with the patients, a rivalry ensues between him and nurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher). The chemistry of good vs. bad goes back and forth in an onscreen battle that led to Oscar worthy performances. As one of the best films of all time, it has won all five major Oscar categories (Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress) However, it's Nicholson's acting excellence and infectious onscreen presence that will stay with you. A
Kseniya F (de) wrote: Shake your hair girl with your ponytailTake me right back when you were young