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Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Brokenhearted
After her boyfriend ends their relationship, the dreamself of a heartbroken woman floats through the air over an industrial wasteland singing ballads of love.
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Alex C (ru) wrote: Sort of a rip off of Stephen King's "Cell". It's entertaining.
Joshua W (nl) wrote: Riddick was one of those movies, for me, that I expected it to be just as good or even better than the previous movies. However, I finished this movie feeling slightly disappointed, but I loved the action in this movie.
Tom K (nl) wrote: As bloody and outrageous as they come! For a J-sploitation gore film, this one was done surprisingly well. It has the look of an big budget movie with its make-up and creature effects, cinematography and storyline, but with over the top blood and gore and silly characters and action that we all love to see in films like this. I liked it better than Machine Girl and if you enjoy the gory J-sploitation genre, definitely check this one out. Plus, the sexy Eihi Shiina (from Miike's "Audition") is quite easy on the eyes!
Dave R (au) wrote: Oh what a long movie this was so so so long of a movie that's really not that good and it was not what I was hoping for the cover makes it look good but its not don't trust covers
Deidra R (br) wrote: This movie is hilarious! Larry the Cable Guy is soooo funny!
Charles E (kr) wrote: it makes you think about life and the decisions you make trough it
Kevin C (jp) wrote: A decent documentary but there have been so many of Iraq war docs from the soldiers that it doesn't really stand out. Some of the voiceovers and questions are way over the top and take away from the seriousness of the film.
Javeria (ca) wrote: loved the first 3/4 of the movie....the ending was stupid
Tony (us) wrote: Surreal, hilarious, surprisingly moving, and genuinely creative and innovative filmaking.
Matt H (jp) wrote: Beautiful, stark photography, good acting, directing, and writing. Has the dubvious claim of beating Citizen Kane at the Oscars, but on its own is a worthy classic worth remembering, and one of Ford's best.
Abb J (gb) wrote: Bring It On: Cute, hilarious and clever. And Kirsten Dunst is awesome. A
movie fan a (ag) wrote: luvd the songs!! ok movie!
Jason T (kr) wrote: There a few chuckles here and a good cast. Too bad the movie is a predictable by the book rom com with few surprises. After the cliches pile up, you may be looking at the clock like I did.
Matthew S (fr) wrote: This has to be one of the strangest concepts for a major Hollywood production: Barbra Streisand adapts a short story by Isaac Bashevis Singer about a woman who disguises herself as a man so that she can attend Yeshiva. ...Into a musical. A 2 hour plus musical. Directed, produced, starring, co-written and co-edited by Streisand herself. And, the amazing thing is that this movie works beautifully. Highly entertaining, filled with a lush musical score, exceptional photography and thoroughly unique in almost every direction - Yentl is a great movie. There are some minor Hollywood conceits that hurt the film - one of the biggest being that Yentl somehow manages to give herself a 1980's Vidal Sassoon Salon-Perfect haircut using an pair of 19th Century shears. And, of course, Streisand neither sounds or looks like a man. However, this may have been part of what she was working at with the movie - the idea that society accepts and believes what it is told. The film also glides past what could have been a deeper psychological study of sexuality and intimate deception. But, this is intended to be an inspiring musical. And, it is just that. In addition to this film being quite good is the entertaining idea that the production ever got a "green light" -- if ever a concept for a movie sounds doomed it would be the concept for Streisand's YENTL. But, the lady knew what she was doing.