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O C (ru) wrote: I liked it. It was the movie that made me realize that I like the "Found Footage" Horror Genre more than I thought as long as it's entertaining, has a personal creative twist within the interpretation of the template, and (as with most movies) provide actors & performances I care about at some level and am invested in their outcome....And goddamnit, Delivery: The Beast Within fulfilled those quotas and left me a pretty satisfied viewer. Good Casting, I was in from beginning to end. Good Job. Bravo!
John W (us) wrote: Fascinating character study. Beharie delivers an excellent, layered performance, almost entirely from within one room. Overall, it moves at a slower, but steady pace and, for both leads, it is as much about what has happened as it is about what is happening.
Mia C (mx) wrote: I LOVE this movie! Every scene managed to move me in a positive way. I would definitely see this movie again, except this time I would bring a friend or a family member along. SOMEDAY THIS PAIN WILL BE USEFUL TO YOU IS A MUST SEE!
Michael M (ru) wrote: Solid flick about one of the most groundbreaking bands of all time with really impressive performances by both Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart.
Joseph E (br) wrote: A flop in the box office, but a hit in my heart!
Edith N (au) wrote: Matters of Life and Death I'm not sure that "suicide bombing" is "dying like a free man." I think rather that it's an act of desperation, despair, or madness, one of the three. Possibly some combination thereof. I think there is a certain amount of freedom to be gained by choosing your own manner of death, but I think that forcing others to take it with you negates some of that. Not all, but enough. A noble death is one thing, but killing others along with you denies you the status of being a martyr, so far as I'm concerned. I understand the political philosophy behind it, but I think it's wrong, and I think bombing is in general a poor method of persuasion. Bombs don't care about their targets, and it's impossible to guarantee that no innocents will die. Unfortunately, the premise seems to be that there is no such thing as innocents, which is untrue and unfair. Even the two prospective bombers here were once innocents themselves. Khaled (Ali Suliman) and Said (Kaid Nashif) are young Palestinians. They work as car repairmen, though not very well. Said meets Suha (Lubna Azabal), a young woman born in Morocco and considerably better traveled than anyone he's known before. She is working for peace between Palestinians and Israelis. However, Khaled and Said think they are, too; they are planning to be suicide bombers in Tel Aviv. Said's father worked for the Israelis and was killed for it. Said believes he must do something to counteract his father's action. He and Khaled dress up in suits, cut their hair, and are told to claim that they are crossing the border to go to a wedding. However, at the crossing, they are separated. The bombing is delayed, and both men spend the rest of the film, essentially, trying to decide if the bombing is right. Suha insists to both men separately that there is another way, that suicide bombings don't help the Palestinian people, but they hear other voices which suggest they are. Suha, I think, is intended to be the voice of reason in the whole thing. Or at least the voice of the outside world. She is ethnically Palestinian, but she is not Palestinian at heart in the same way as the men. She has lived in the world beyond Palestine and Israel, and she knows that there are more perspectives on the conflict than just the one the men are trapped in and the one they have imposed on all Israelis. She has also seen how methods other than bombings have helped other oppressed peoples gain further freedoms. However, she is also not so intimately involved as the men making the decisions about life and death. It's not as personal to her; she is contemplating just leaving again rather than stay in the country and deal with its issues. The men do not have that opportunity; getting out of Palestine can be rather difficult, especially in the years since 9/11. Though I understand that getting in isn't exactly easy, either. Of course, the issue of suicide bombing is also considerably more complicated than this movie makes it. Not all suicide bombers are confused young men trying to do the best for their country. There is, in the film, an amusing sequence wherein they're staging a video to be released after the bombing, only the camera doesn't work. There's little doubt that a lot of the "revolutionary fervor" shown on such videos is faked, but no one here seems to have much. Everyone we see is pretty well businesslike about it. I'm not saying I doubt their patriotism. I'm saying that the characters in this movie seem to be making suicide bombing every bit as much of a business as the video rental guy who both rents and sells the tapes. I'm sure this is true as often as not, but there are also people in it for other reasons that never appear. We see neither the impassioned ones nor the mentally ill ones, and there's doubtless plenty of both. What we see are businesslike and confused, and there are other options. This was the first Palestinian film nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. It engendered considerable controversy over how it would be presented. There was also protest because the film supposedly glorified suicide bombing, which I do not believe to be true. After all, it never does show that it accomplishes anything. The filmmaking was as filled with complications as the story--Yasser Arafat's office had to get the film's location manager released after he was kidnapped. Members of the crew quit after a car near the set was attacked by Israeli helicopters one day. Israel may be one of the most dangerous countries to live in that isn't really considered an active warzone. That appears to be the barest technicality. I've watched a lot of films about the conflict made in the region, and the theme I'm picking up on is that almost everyone wants it over. Yes, the Palestinians want equality, but I don't think most of them want it enough to put up with much of what goes on, supposedly in their name.
William R (ca) wrote: It's a shark movie about an alien shipwreck, but actually it's a spy thriller but actually it's just a piece of retina-numbing crap. The only thing worse than the movie is the embarrassingly earnest "behind-the-scenes" documentary on the DVD which implies that for some period of time during the making of this "film" the people involved had no shame.
Joby D (de) wrote: This was a huge letdown. I really loved Gettysburg and the book, but walked out of this movie it was so boring.
Marah R (es) wrote: The story of Mary and her multiple personality disorder struggling with the doctor on tape is far more interesting than the movie itself. If only the story of Mary were the main plot of the film, it would have done exceedingly better.
John C (mx) wrote: decent story, two wonderful actors antonio and woody and a great boxing finale help makes this film worth looking at
James H (ru) wrote: Far-fetched, but it does entertain, thanks to some good performances and an enjoyable plot. Light and fun.
James O (it) wrote: Its ok but not up there with Memphis Belle for best airforce pictures. Some good scenes from inside the spitfires. Decent action and a story that deserved to be put to film.
Ashley H (de) wrote: [i]Adventures of Don Juan[/i] was the last of the great swashbuckling classics Errol Flynn would star in. Though Flynn isn't exactly in his prime here, nobody was ever better as the dashing devil may-care swashbuckling hero! Once again Flynn is reunited with his greatest screen sidekick Alan Hale, who is a delight. Viveca Lindfors plays the Queen with grace and a strong will and her beauty further enhances her performance. Robert Douglas is no Basil Rathbone but he still makes a fine villain. The score by Max Steiner is very fast paced and exciting and the duel between Flynn and Douglas is also nicely staged. All in all this is a truly entertaining adventure with Flynn as dashing and heroic as only he could be!
Andruw F (us) wrote: The biggest thing that makes this movie good is the fact that it's the sequel to the first movie that we've been waiting for, and may have even wanted. It's the same director and writer of Tokyo Drift, which shows why it's still not great. But in the end, it's good enough, and elevated so much by the fact that it actually feels like part of the series!
Carolyn G (kr) wrote: if you want to see the most hideous display of boomer narcissism ever put to celluloid, this is the movie for you.
Mohammed A (ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch