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Scott J (kr) wrote: If you have a green screen, two locations, a 40 page script, and 50 bucks, you too can make a movie.
Patrick S (jp) wrote: Entertaining but just another dumb funny movie. Its like a crude funnier version of Moonrise Kingdom sort of not really
John M (br) wrote: Gerard Butler in a Guy Ritchie movie. A dream.
Bobby N (ru) wrote: I just don't like political biopics much.
Shawn M (ca) wrote: This movie kills ever wanting to get married for me. Hate this movie.
Daniel B (nl) wrote: The best Joss could've done in two hours instead of several seasons. Spectacular cast and chemistry. A sad but incredible goodbye.
Keldon M (nl) wrote: I liked this movie, it's no Godfather sure, but it's still better than a 14%
Brant S (ca) wrote: It boggles my mind that someone could spend millions of dollars to make a movie about space and not be bothered to learn even the basics of space flight. Had the filmmakers had even a tenuous grasp of high school level physics it would have been a vast improvement. The acting just wasn't enough to compensate for the sheer stupidity of the story.
gustavmarkovic31 (de) wrote: Although compelling and beautifully crafted an Australian film it is, boosting the careers of cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes respectively, one can't help but wonder why there is a feel of less than perfect direction. The story of two compulsive gamblers, one a glass-maker's daughter, the heiress to his money, and a priest who used to gamble and earn money for the poor, but discovered the satisfaction of personal gain, and the struggles they faced on a boat trip across the sea (filmed and constructed very unconvincingly, the plastic sets wobbling more than they should, and splashes of waves on the portals is very obvious). When they reach land, after troubles, confrontations and the death of a family member, the priest comes up with the brilliant idea of building a glass church in the neighbouring state, to enitice their friendship. The journey there is reaping with complications and worries, but at the same time, dealt with too quickly to contain much emotion. The eventual climax is the best part of the film, where the priest finds himself in a foreboding situation (an act of God?) and one of the most beautiful sights ever crafted for film meets a terrible fate. Adopting a strange feel of cinematography and lighting, this is olden day Australia done curiously, but entertaining and compelling enough to draw in the viewer. My new favourite scene in a film, aided extremely well by a beautiful score by Thomas Newman, comes from this very film, and the scene involves a floating glass church on a raft, with the sun glinting of the panes and Ralph Fiennes sitting inside praying as it glides along the river, is certainly worth the watch on its own.
Kimberly M (ca) wrote: Remember seeing this when I was younger, and loved it
Muffin M (ag) wrote: I own this on DVD in an eight movie pack along with:* The Pink Panther (1963)* A Shot In The dark (1964)* The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)* Trail Of The Pink Panther (1982)* Curse Of The Pink Panther (1983)* The Pink Panther (2006)* The Pink Panther 2 (2009)
James B (it) wrote: Charming, stylish, a little pervy, and laugh-out-loud funny. The brothers and the housekeeper are hilarious.
Jayden B (es) wrote: Four and a half stars.