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Walter M (fr) wrote: Through a series of wide ranging interviews with 16 female adult film performers, the documentary "Aroused" provides a unique and perceptive look at the industry. The different answers help to destroy any preconceived notions the viewer might have had about who these women really are and the paths their lives have taken. As an added bonus, there is an interview with a talent agent who has some helpful hints. Granted, framing this around a nude glamor photoshoot might seem a bit odd at first, but here it works in a documentary that is as much as about deglamorizing pornography as anything else.
Fatima a (ca) wrote: dis movie rox!! awesome!
Jonathan F (kr) wrote: A fascinating and touching story. I honestly felt "verklempt" near the end when the wedding dancing started.
Ralph R (es) wrote: "I don't wanna wait for Van Der Beek's acting career to be over..."
Chris H (es) wrote: Pushes boundaries by verging on being straight up porn, but there's way more to this than just the sex (though Lee Smith is certainly very pretty). Lee Smith's character Leila is a very troubled and damaged nymphomaniac, who is scared to/incapable of loving beyond sex. Balfour's character isn't exactly normal either, his own insecurities made worse and propounded by his father's death, whom he clearly cared for, from the way he took care of him. There's decent romance amidst all the screwing. Him chasing her down the road at the end echoes him chasing her near the start. It has a nice arty edge to it. And having Lehman is always good, even though she's not in this much. A fair little Canadian film and novel adaptation.
Ashley T (br) wrote: AWESOME movie, it's a must own, it doesn't have much about REAL comic books but it is full of voice power so to any voice chasers it's a MUST OWN!
kivernitis I (au) wrote: ow is it possible for a boy, whose parents are devoid of normal humanity, to grow up to be loved and respected? The film, Character, presents a credible demonstration. It has the darkness of Ingmar Bergman or Charles Dickens, is slow-moving, thoroughly engrossing and it left me emotionally drained, which always elicits a high rating from me.Dreverhaven is apparently an evil man: a bailiff who is quite willing to evict people in a terrible storm. He embodies two Nietzschean concepts: 1. the will to power (he entered into power struggles with anyone whom he felt he could dominate) and 2. that a life becomes better by becoming stronger through adversity (he did everything in his power to bring adversity to his son, believing that that would strengthen him--and in many ways it did). His internal struggle between the will to power over his son and his desire to strengthen him is the prime mover of the film; his son's reactions to that are the core. Dreverhaven is also totally fearless; the question arises whether it is caused by bravery or just being tired of life.The film opens with his son, Jacob Katadreuffe (Fedja van Hut), coming home, all bloody, only to be arrested as a suspect in the murder of Dreverhaven. He then tells the two interrogators a most amazing story. Since he is describing his own life, one might suspect that he is embellishing the story in his own favour but I believe that he was totally candid.The story is too complex to dwell on but certain aspects must be mentioned. Jacob's mother, Joba (Betty Schuurman), was a servant to Dreverhaven. On one and only one occasion he may have raped her: it is not made clear if she resisted. As soon as she discovered that she was pregnant, she left him and tried to sever all ties. For a long time, however, Dreverhaven repeatedly proposed marriage and was refused. His motivation is ambiguous (propriety or affection) and Joba was apparently determined not to allow Dreverhaven to beat her in a power struggle.Because of his Mother's silence, young Jacob believed that she did not like him and, being a pariah because he was illegitimate, he turned to books for solace. Through this he developed a love of learning and a willingness to work hard and he advanced rapidly in a law firm, winning the respect and admiration of most of his colleagues, especially De Gankelaar (Victor Lw), who hired him. De Gankelaar, a man with a huge underbite and a heart to match, became Jacob's mentor, adviser and protector.Denied access to his son, Dreverhaven began a game of terror against Jacob through legal channels.The film is a study of character and characters. Their motivations are subtly hidden by consistent and superb acting. In my attempts to understand this dysfunctional family (if it can be called a family) I was forced to think. The slow movement allowed time for that. I want to see the film again, expecting that each viewing will bring a closer understanding. Even the evil Dreverhaven was more an object of pity rather than despicable; his actions were caused more by ignorance of human sensitivities, a dogmatic respect for the law and an unusual philosophy rather than by malice. The film is open-ended. What will Jacob do with the rest of his life?
Luigi M (fr) wrote: This movie is fuckin nutz .... MoST of the women has fake tits as well ... Some cool on liners though... I just wish the movie had more real tits in ti . .
Harnawa B (mx) wrote: Not that powerful of a message, but at least there's a revolution
Brian S (it) wrote: I have no idea how so many reviewers could have dismissed The Monolith Monster from 1958. It's not the most exciting alien ever to have come down to earth in cinema history but at least it's very original. With,also, an appearance by Grant Williams, who also played in The Incredible Shrinking man. Also, films shot in the desert are nice.
James H (ag) wrote: THE CHARLIE CHAN FILM SERIES WAS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR AND SUCCESSFUL SERIES EVER, MOSTLY BECAUSE OF THE QUALITY, FINE ACTING AND CONSISTENTLY ENTERTAINING STORY LINES. THIS IS A GOOD EXAMPLE. NEVER OVERLONG, INTERESTING, FUNNY AND ALWAYS FUN.
Lucas N (mx) wrote: A fun, but truthfully grim look into the life of a guy who wasn't even supposed to be here today.
Andr D (fr) wrote: Grandes actores en una pelcula que debi haber sido mejor: Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis y Charlie Day se lucen interpretando a 3 empleados que deben soportar a 3 horribles jefes interpretados por Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell y Jennifer Aniston. Lo que pudo convertirse en una punzante stira sobre el trabajo y sus dificultades, se inclina por el chiste fcil y vulgar y se aleja de clsicos del gnero como "Office Space" o "9 To 5". Cranme, para m los chistes escatolgicos no tienen nada de malo, pero "Horrible Bosses" no llega al nirvana cmico logrado por cintas recientes como "The Hangover". "Horrible Boses" llega a entretener y al parecer, sus actores se divirtieron muchsimo realizndola, pero no es una gran pelcula.
todd f (mx) wrote: great,great movie!!!!!