Man on the Flying Trapeze
Hard-working, henpecked Ambrose Ambrose Wolfinger takes off from work to go to a wrestling match with catastrophic consequences.
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Jonny P (gb) wrote: My distaste for "Miss Representation" has nothing to do with anti-feminist thoughts or even my disagreeing with some of the points made in this film; rather, I feel that this is a documentary with a good message that is presented in the wrong way to draw in its target audience. The target audience of this film are mothers and daughters and I wish that I could encourage all parents to watch this film, but the lack of censorship would prevent me from recommending this to a lot of adults that I know. I think that most parents need to reconsider the types of things that their children are exposed to through television and the internet but this film isn't clean enough to reach all of those parents. This film could also be very empowering to young girls but then it shows the images that the documentary is encouraging parents to shelter their children from seeing. It seems that the creators of this documentary would want parents to share this message with their children but a "good parent" (by the film's definition) shouldn't encourage their children to watch a film with a 40-second montage of news headlines about children being raped. I agree with many of the points made in this film but the lack of censorship makes it seem like feminist propaganda. I also felt my attention waning as the film progressed. Many of the statistics stated in this documentary are interesting and convincing, but the format of a short interview clip followed by several written statistics on the screen grows tiresome after a while. Good thought, poor execution, misplaced logic.
Darla S (fr) wrote: "Want to see it"? More like 'wish I hadn't.' It wasn't terrible unless you've seen any other film by Vinnie Jones or if you just want some UFC style action and boobies. Then again, who doesn't want that?
Vulcan S (mx) wrote: apart from its overkilling and somewhat disappointing ending sequence, Enter the Void is a personal film that explores themes about life, death, after-life, grief and drugs with an innovative, hyperrealistic narrative and execution.
Ethan P (kr) wrote: Hancock is a crass, vulgar and unlike able hero and I liked this movie because it refreshing to see a flawed, reckless superhero and it was intoxicating to watch this intoxicated drunkard change and transform throughout the film.
Emile N (fr) wrote: Very powerful tale of a tragedy.Definitely different from Hotel Rwanda.
Frances H (fr) wrote: An interesting film that to me had a lot to say (and none of it admiring) about the modern media and our superficial modern society, along with the corrupting influence of civilization and fame.
katherine k (mx) wrote: ths seems like a good movie
Kris N (ru) wrote: Fair warning - you have to be incredibly open minded to like this movie. And JTT is still hot.
Daniella Z (ru) wrote: Inception before Inception... PRECEPTION.Highly amusing; the poster completely made me think this was a kids film. Hilarious miniature britches through out and any excuse to get Harrison Fraud (Dennis Quaid) shirtless.A must see if you're a fan of snakemen. And possibly baguettes filled with butter and brie - what happened?! We had those Vikings by the horns!
Sophie W (it) wrote: Truffaut, toujours aussi litteraire, filme l'amour d'un homme pour les femmes, LA femme.
Jacob E (ag) wrote: Great realist character study.
David I (es) wrote: An entertaining film if you're willing to overlook the massive plot holes. Otherwise, it will bug you and spoil your enjoyments of an otherwise ok movie.
Spencer K (es) wrote: this is well acted, has an interesting story and it has some creepy imagery, but it's not enough to make up for its slow pace, cheap jump scares, and it's tired cliches. it's just to uneven to recommend, but it's entertaining.