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Surajit Kumar M (ag) wrote: The story of the movie is based on three things: Toilet, Cold Drink and Kiss. The movie was so confusing and weird that you will get bored after a certain period. But whatever character the actors got did good justice. All acted well. But the story and screenplay was too weak. The best things in the movie are the beautiful locations of Jaipur.
Aquanetta G (de) wrote: Samual jackson and Ed Harris still got it.
AwSm (nl) wrote: Hmm ,Ididnt know Vincent had a new movie out right now
Michael T (jp) wrote: Rachel Miner whines and snivels, and the scares are few and far between.
Hans J E (gb) wrote: I had this Russion action movie on VHS, but I threw it out just the other day. It sucked anyway.
Morpheus O (us) wrote: This movie has no explosions, no aliens, no dinosaurs, and no cliffhangers that make you yearn for a sequel, like some movie's do (i.e. the first time you saw The Matrix). This movie is atmospheric! It moves at a pace that is slower than most movies. This is a movie that makes you think, ponder, and want to explore. This is a movie that pulls you in, it does not suck...you in. If you don't have a brain to speak of then you will probably not like this movie! ~This is a rare movie, that has the description of "character driven story", so very much so that this movie is the very definition of it!~
Tim M (jp) wrote: "Fermented in a tragic romanticism placed firmly in a no-man's land between liberation and capitalism" In other words, too long. "A profound existential adventure, twistedly comic and openly bitter, brought to life by those two maniacs: Peckinpah and Oates." "The movie is some kind of bizarre masterpiece. It's probably not a movie that most people would like, but violence, sometimes becomes a psychic ballet." Nice cameo by Kristofferson. "For something so bleak, so purposely revolting and unsentimental, there are reservoirs of profound poetry in Alfredo Garcia, the only film that Peckinpah ever considered completely his own."
Vladimir K (nl) wrote: What a great movie, sentimental but with such wonderful actors!
James B (ag) wrote: I thought this was absolutely brilliant. The Beatles music catalog is an amazing group of tunes, and their material really evolved through the years. This movie incorporates all of those great tunes, the history of the time, and combines it in this great love story. I thought it was so well done. I'm surprised that I haven't seen this before. It's a must watch!
Josh T (es) wrote: Set in 1976 Swansea, "Hunky Dory" follows charismatic drama teacher Viv (Minnie Driver) as she attempts to stage a rock-opera version of Shakespeare's "The Tempest", set on Mars. Predictably, the play serves as a catalyst to examine and solve some of the students' problems, such as broken families and burgeoning homosexuality, and as a point of confrontation between liberal Viv and other sterner and more classically minded teachers. What the "Freedom Writers", cum "Glee", cum "School of Rock" plot lacks in originality is more than made up for by the stellar ensemble cast. Driver provides a strong, believable lead performance, supported by the frankly superb rising star Aneurin Barnard, as troubled student Davey, and backed by a surprisingly good cast of relatively unknown young actors. Without a doubt, the best thing about "Hunky Dory" is the great soundtrack, which is performed entirely by the talented, young cast. The film features a staggering selection of classic 1970s rock artists, such as Pink Floyd, The Who, The Beach Boys, with an emphasis on David Bowie, whose album the film takes its title from. Overall, "Hunky Dory" is a film that would appeal to the younger "Glee-generation", had it not been awkwardly clashing with a classic rock soundtrack, and a more adult storyline. Nonetheless, it is an entertaining, if schmaltzy and clichd, film.