After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesic, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.
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Crystal B (us) wrote: I loved Matt Ryan as Constantine on NBC and was thrilled to hear he would be back in the role here. I was not disappointed. I sincerely hope there are more Justice League Dark movies to come. These are wonderful, flawed, neglected characters that deserve some time in the spotlight. Especially Constantine and Zatanna.
Dillinger P (au) wrote: Ang Lee is one hell of a film maker, like him or not he can bounce between genres like no tomorrow and always have his movies feel fresh and full of life. Taking Woodstock is no exception, this excellent story tells the tale of a young Jewish man named Elliot, who cares too much for his parents and their failing business to go and have a life of his own. After hearing about the cancellation of a music festival with potential, he decides to jump at the chance to help achieve it in his small community and better the town and his family business for good. However along the way, not only does he find hostility from the locals, he also has a wide array of soul searching to do as a person. First of all this cast is pure gold, it really is, everyone is perfectly cast. Demetri Martin, Emile Hersch, Eugine Levy, Liev Schieber, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, hell even Paul Dano shows up to join the fun. Every character is played not perfect, comical or serious, tonally everyone is on the ball. Smartly Lee decides to pay more attention to the characters than the festival itself, which is brilliant as we get something completely fresh and unexpected, this film rips up the cliche book, just when you think youve got it sussed, Lee throws a subtle curveball which actually feels revitalising as a movie fan. As goes without saying it is incredible to look at, the entire feel and cinematography of this film is pitch perfect, Danny Elfmans score is wonderful, even the completley insane moments that happen in this film just give you a jolt of hilarity and fun. Finally a coming of age film that doesnt feel like its preaching. There are points during the film where large segments will go past without a pivotal character even being around, however with such a large cast, its quite hard to juggle everyone equally throughout. It does also feel like, Lee could have spent a bit more time with this one, i understand its 2 hours already but a little extra, just to tie up some loose ends would not have gone a miss. A rare gem.
Alicia G (ru) wrote: Very weird. The soundtrack was good.
Jon J (fr) wrote: Great performances and stronger characterization than the first. If you want a stylish crime film, look no further.
Ben H (ru) wrote: My fave (mainland)Chinese director - always a fairly laid back affair - with a deep underlying existential despair unavoidable in modern China - self refferential to his previous movies and picking up western references (Pulp Fiction) and somewhat reminicient of Wong Kar-Wai's early films. Give it a chance and it'll reward.
SirChas m (nl) wrote: A great cast with average results makes this movie redundant after 1986's Manhunter.
Matthew B (ag) wrote: Two perennial super losers create a sensational new sport by combining basketball with baseball rules. This movie stared off unfunny and horrible but as the movie went along it got better and funner.
kishia C (fr) wrote: it was a good movie to watch
Jouni K (es) wrote: A classic police buddy movie with great actors.
Alexa B (ag) wrote: I am truly disappointed. The story is weird and not really explained. The only thing which made me rate this movie 2 1/2 stars are the amazing performances by Weld and Perkins. The two have a real Bonnie and Clyde spirit, and it was great seeing their interaction. Shame the movie's story is so bad.
Brian B (au) wrote: It would've been good, if the 2 monsters fought earlier than the end of the movie!
Grant S (au) wrote: Walter Burns (Cary Grant) is the editor of The Morning Post. Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Russell) is his star reporter...and his ex-wife. Now she informs that tomorrow she is getting married and that she is quitting the newspaper industry. Burns still carries a torch for her, and would also like her to stay at his newspaper, so he pulls out all the stops in order to prevent her wedding from occurring and to get her back. To complicate matters, Burns is fighting to get the sentence overturned of a man condemned to death, with the sentence due to be carried out tomorrow. It's a race against time on many fronts.A farce, and not a good one. Largely involves people, and Cary Grant especially, talking/shouting quickly at each other. Gets even worse later in the movie when several people do it simultaneously. Very irritating.There are one or two good jokes along the way but for the most part the movie is cheap slapstick stuff, and relies on us thinking that talking fast=funny.Not anywhere near as good as it is made out to be.
Brett H (au) wrote: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari holds a special place in my heart, as it is the first silent film I ever watched, and it completely introduced me to both German expressionism and the mastery that filmmaking could accomplish all the way back in 1920! The film's plot revolves around a young man who is visiting his town's fair and stumbles upon the mysterious Dr. Caligari, a hypnotist who uses a somnambulist (or sleepwalker) to murder those who have wronged him. The young man seeks to prove Dr. Caligari's guilt while also protecting his love from becoming the next victim. This is one of the earliest examples of a horror film and it paved the way for many, many copycat films; also being one of the first films to feature a plot twist! German expressionism is an extremely unique movement that featured far more dramatic "silent film acting", odd use of shadows, and most noticeable of all: impossibly bent and non-sensical architecture, giving the entire film a surreal, dream-like quality. This is one of the most important movies in cinema history and if you want to watch at least one silent film in your life, make it this one!
Collin P (fr) wrote: A little slow and a predictable ending are really the only downsides. Makes for an enjoyable movie to watch once or twice though.
Cole R (nl) wrote: It's a good war flick that describes a battle on a dangerous hill filled with ambushes and many shootouts. It's does a great job of showing the effect ion between the soldiers and the enemies. However, there are moments that are pretty much resemble arrogant and shows some unsatisfying awkward scenes at the same time. For now it still holds up as a great war flick. Score = 8.4
Kaung S (ca) wrote: Offering a dark tune, Snow White and the Huntsman is a visually stunning film with a thinly written script of flat characters.
Walter A (es) wrote: This movie sucked...........................