Life Happens deals with the topic of abortion in a unique, personal and ultimately uplifting way. Director Ash Greyson, who was nearly aborted just months before the Roe vs Wade decision, sets out on a journey to find others like him. In the process he uncovers the divisive issues, eventually finds some common ground, and seals it all up with compelling first person stories from mothers and children who narrowly escaped abortion. While pulling no punches, he skillfully replaces rhetoric and religion with hope and heart in what may be the most approachable film ever created on the topic.
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(fr) wrote: What the hell? Even though Anarchy was not a great movie, it was entertaining, and definitely a step in the right direction after the misguided first film. Now this...thing is what we have as the third installment and I don't know what the fuck happened. First there are some positives though. Like the second one, Election Year does a solid job of showing the unhinged state of affairs that a city would be like on this fictional night. Second, one of the best deaths in the trilogy happens here, thankfully to the most annoying character in the trilogy too, coincidently. Third Frank Grillio is always a win, and I didn't Thing the actress who played the senator was that bad either and these two had nice chemistry. Aside from this HOLY SHIT this is a monstrosity. Dialogue is written so badly and the lines that are not coming from the two leads are even worse, stuff ranging from "I WANT MY CANDY BAR" to "I want my waffles and pussy!" are on full display here. I want to feel bad for the actors for being thrown in this dumpster fire of a film, and for their terrible lines, but when the delivery on every third line is either overdone or just pain bad, it's hard to. There were a ton of really over the top performances from actors as purgers who must have been told to act like they were on drugs or something, there is simply no other way to explain it. The symbolism was so in your face and being screamed at you it was infuriating, especially when the message that was being said was downright stupid. It was also extremely confusing to see tons of blood and gore on the screen and then a second later watch a black guy refer to another black guy as 'my negro' and not what everyone knows is usually said in that context. Like, did the movie want to be rated R or not? The action was terribly shot, but it was that sort of disposal shitty action scenes that managed to still be entertaining. All this, combined with the candy bar girl made this installment by far the worst of the three in my opinion, I do not want any more of these films if this is what we get.
(mx) wrote: Give me any film with Margherita Buy and Stefano Accorsi and I'll watch it!
(fr) wrote: duhovit obiteljski film.
(mx) wrote: I love it! hilarious, great acting, good plot and David Tennant!
(es) wrote: Slight gay coming-of-age film seems very self-important.
(mx) wrote: Great peace of french cinema !
(au) wrote: The enjoyable aspects of "Wallace & Gromit" were enlarged into a charming feature-length claymation that turns "The Great Escape" into a more sensitive vision. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
(ca) wrote: One of the very few horror films I like. Great cast, soundtrack and some great kickers and one-liners. A cynical, comical film that was released in a very cynical time.
(ag) wrote: I forgot about this movie. Enjoyable.
(it) wrote: One of those movies, that gives little chance to the cinematic mind to do anything, but hate and despise this flick's content, except for some of the shots taken..
(ag) wrote: Actually not as bad as I remember. It's pretty cheesy, but Peter Strauss, Molly Ringwald and Ernie Hudson all give affable performances and no one seems to take this 3D film all that seriously. And Michael Ironside does his usual over-the-top good job as the bizarre villain of the film. Good corny sci-fi fun from the 80s.
(nl) wrote: I had high expections of The Hunter. This didn't play out as I expected and overall I was disappointed. Could see touches of Melville in cinematography; it was lovely to look at. No strong narrative so seemed more style over content.
(es) wrote: I remember watching this movie as a kid and then watching it again staright after as i had enjoyed it so much. I hadn't seen it for years so got it on DVD and it's still a winner! Burt Reynolds is a stuntman (Hooper) who is getting a little long in the tooth but wants to pull off just one more stunt (the biggest and best stunt ever performed - a huge canyon jump in a super-powered car!) before he retires, though it may well cost him his life! I really like the fact that he is addicted to pills but nothing negative is made of it, unlike most films where some moral lesson would have to be learnt. Burt at his best.
(jp) wrote: Unfortunately, Sheba Baby is nowhere near in the league of Pam Grier action greats like Coffy, Foxy Brown, or even Friday Foster. When the mob strong arms her father outta business, Grier??s private eye is forced to take matters into her own hands. It??s a typical kinda setup, but the film lacks punch. No profanity, no violence, no nudity. The action sequences are all pop smoke fall i.e. bland bland bland. The only standout is Christopher Joy??s ridiculous ??Number One?? outta-the-trunk loan shark. He??s way overthetop and hilariously squealish. So, disappointing. Sigh. VF.
(us) wrote: Reteaming of the three major players of the Maltese Falcon yields iffy results, the acting is good of course but the story is somewhat lackluster and uninvolving. An average effort especially from someone like Huston.
(nl) wrote: I had low expectations for this movie and lived up to it. The first movie was amazing and has gone downhill since. This did not add anything new to this movie series. It was predictable and just plain boring at parts.
(de) wrote: Premise seems attractive and the cast is spectacular. But despite the magnificent interpretations, the story loses itself and just looks like a bad copy of a Coen brother's film.
(au) wrote: One of the most horrible movies ever... Salma Hayek is as annoying as ever, the story is rude and dumb, it's so stupid it's painful. I can't believe Pierce Brosnan is in this pile of garbage. This director should stop making movies.
(ag) wrote: Gus Van Sant's raw teen drama can be justifiably defined as 'all too real' and is that kind of movie that can characterized as good, but too upsetting to want to watch twice.