Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears
This is a life story of three girlfriends from youth to autumn ages. Their dreams and wishes, love, disillusions. Different careers. And big late love.
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Randy P (kr) wrote: Not at all necessary.
Nonya B (fr) wrote: This movie serves no purpose in the grand scheme of things, I couldnt help but feel bored to tears watching it. Hell, didnt even show any boobs
Panos M (gb) wrote: Asghar Farhadi certifies for once again his significance; Fireworks Wednesday is another realistic masterpiece, unpredictable and intimate as it is life itself.
Manolo P (nl) wrote: Besides the smart idea to build a story with such characteristics, the cinematography effectively works on traveling through the different stages of transgenderism and its implications. It is pretty unconventional on its whole events but sometimes the narration fell into a no-way-out generic supported pond. 73/100
Thomas T (br) wrote: The animation might not be totally magnificent, but the characters and story decently are.
Claire S (nl) wrote: This movie was really, really fun to watch. It was kind of Colette-esque except in Berlusconi Rome. Alice Teghil is adorable, yet never plays "adorable" the way almost every adolescent Hollywood actress does ALL THE TIME OMG.
Jesus C (fr) wrote: Pretty damn boring, especially when most Disney cheapquels are headache-causing awful.
Stuart M (jp) wrote: the first movie i really liked(classic)
Kyle B (ca) wrote: A movie that so doesn't deserve the legacy it has received, I found this movie delightful and well performed by Faye Dunaway. Was she swallowing the scenery? Yes but she really embraced the alcoholic nature of Joan Crawford and I think that she really didn't deserve a Razzie. It's full of great lines and great costumes, make up, and art direction. Yeah I enjoyed this movie I don't think it deserves to be slapped with a "worst movies of all time" label
John B (de) wrote: Not actually Zombies, but humans exposed to radiation who needs fresh blood to live. Kind of a Superhuman instead of Superzombie. :)A fresh "Zombie" flick with great locations and a great soundtrack by Stelvio Cipriani (A Bay of Blood & Poliziotto Senza Paura).
Scott H (br) wrote: Has its moments, but the poor acting didn't lend itself well to the natural dialogue, as well-written as it is. I admired its ending and premise and wasn't bored by it, but just didn't find it to be that amusing or unique.
Reece L (es) wrote: Lynch's Inland Empire is tangentially about an actress trapped in some sort of limbo between two films (and possibly worlds) who slowly begins to inhabit the life of a Polish actress who played the same role in an earlier production, but (in the style of Bergman's Persona and several Goddard films) it plays like some sort of amalgamation of various films wildly scrambled up and pieced together. This effect plays with the audience's perceptions of reality, layers of meta-fiction toying with the nature of film and performance in order to blur the line between the "real" and the fictional, and even though it appears to reveal the order of events as it goes along this barely contributes to a logical understanding of why they're occurring in the first place. Ultimately, this kind of thing will yield different results for different viewers, and it's possible to vacillate between writing it off as self-indulgent nonsense one moment and finding it brilliant the next; as it stands from my point of view, Inland Empire exists as a horror-satire of Hollywood's abusive nature and film as a medium, a visual representation of the digital age with a hyperlink-esque random plot to match. It's a bizarre piece of filmmaking, but its almost certainly guaranteed to keep the viewer entertained.
Flakitah C (it) wrote: I Love You Justin :)
Andrew E (ru) wrote: Broody and slow at its best. Over familiar and predictable at its worst. Fine performance from CB is the stand out, although most acting talent acquit themselves admirably despite the large ensemble meaning a few more interesting characters are denied sufficient screen time or back story.
Najd G (gb) wrote: Decently interesting, but it doesn't try explaining itself enough. Maybe that's the point. But if it is, it's an underwhelming point.
Timothy S (gb) wrote: The original "Children of the Corn" tied its story up pretty well by the end of the film, but because someone sensed that there may be a profit hidden out there in those cornfields, we now get a very belated sequel subtitled "The Final Sacrifice". Much like the so-called "Final Chapter" of "Friday the 13th", that is pretty laughable considering how many more direct-to-video sequels would follow this, but it probably sounded cool on paper.Perhaps the one nice thing I can honestly say about this is that it does throw in a whole slew of mostly ridiculous plot devices in an attempt to further the story and mask the fact that this was made strictly for the sole purpose of making a quick buck. It throws in Native American folklore, a possible ecoterrorist idea about unleashing deadly tainted maize onto the population and even some ideas that Greenpeace might get behind about these kids striking back against their parents for ruining the Earth. Since a lot (OK, most) of those ideas are never really fleshed out or explored, it falls reliably back on the "religious fervor" aspect of the first film, with the kids following an unlikely, unholy deity known as He Who Walks Behind the Rows. It's as half-baked as any of the other ideas presented here, but at least it's one that we're familiar with. The film is poorly made, with some of the most unconvincing child actors I've ever seen.The special effects are quite dreadful, and the pacing is sluggish. "Children of the Corn 2" is so full of unrealized plot threads, it's one of the most incoherent films in recent memory.
Jelly I (ag) wrote: It could do without all the bare chests, but i did enjoy the comedic plot& johnny depps ass!