My Fake Fiance
Jennifer and Vince, virtual strangers, find themselves strapped for cash and decide to stage a fake engagement and wedding just for the gifts
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Jessica H (fr) wrote: Slow and oddly paced, the characters and background felt uneven. However..the subject matter and bluntness of the actual therapy/rehab scenes and the main characters unwillingness to simply comply, but instead grow from within and learn and observe other addicts behavior was real to me. I felt there could have been more "meat" to the movie, but the outline by itself was very good.
Greg W (fr) wrote: great cast give life 2 this real life crime drama.
Eric R (fr) wrote: Godards last film is interesting but nothing more than ramblings about what is wrong with our society. Its a film essay so the only semblance of narrative revolves around a Cruise ship on the Mediterranean, and The various ports it stops at. Most of the film is a fragmented analysis of European history which does feature some absolutely stunning images through out. Many of Godard's trademarks are prevalent from the gorgeous framing and editing, how he plays sound against image, and his anti-establishment sensibility (in this case his focus mostly being on capitalism). In the end this film is so loaded with ideology that it feels empty to me. I can definitely understand why some people hold this film highly, though for me it's worth watching just for the aesthetic aspects from the framing to the editing.
Patrick C (mx) wrote: Good enough! Not the most original movie ever but a good slasher flick nonetheless. Full of demonic possession a la Evil Dead and head hacking a la Friday 13th. While the movie takes a little bit to get going, once the crew gets down into the mines the pace is hard hitting. I also didn't mind the shaky camera work in this because it somehow felt like something other than lazy filmmaking!
Tim R (ca) wrote: Hilarious and interesting
michelle w (mx) wrote: An oscar worthy performace.
Charlie R (kr) wrote: Great music. Steven Strait is absolutely beautiful and sexy, but the movie as a whole is predictable and cheesy. Ashlee Simpson doesn't embaress herself and I love that skateboarding dog.
Rffi K (br) wrote: uh, not too much i can say about Black Mask 2 other than it sucks donkeys... luckily for Terrence Yin he only appears in this film for about 2 minutes. like gen-y cops and naked weapon... i find these HK movies that extend too far beyond their means really unbearable... you end up getting a C-rated direct to video quality movie... bad fx, bad acting, crap story... At least the english in this one is decent... and thankfully Edison is no where to be seen. (thank god!) Tsui Hark must not be allowed to make films ever again!
Ed B (de) wrote: This is another one of those movies that I always wanted to watch but never got around to it. It absolutely blew me away. I loved the storyline and the acting.
Jason D (it) wrote: This was on HBO during the 1980s filled with cheesy theme music and campy villians.
Ali E (fr) wrote: Great movie, though I couldn't get over how completely unfitting and annoying the music was.
Shane J (us) wrote: Definitely the best of the Rooney/Garland series. 15 minute long minstrel show at the end was uncomfortable to sit through.
Dave J (ru) wrote: Third Harry Palmer film adapted from the Len Deighton novel which has him working independently as a private eye before unknowingly involving himself into espionage and forcing him to come back into MI6 again. It's called Billion Dollar Brain because it involves computers that costs a billion dollars hence the title.
Andy J (nl) wrote: This is an amazing film, seriously. It is probably the only film I've ever seen that has depicted a schizophrenic person without having them cut somebody up into pieces at the end, a horrible stereotype that media perpetuates to a tee.
Dann M (ru) wrote: "You're gonna need a bigger boat." Director Steven Spielberg explores onto the scene with the horror-thriller Jaws. When the mangled remains of a swimmer are discovered, small-town police chief Martin Brody comes to believe that a rogue shark is prowling the waters and attempts to close down the beaches. Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, and Robert Shaw lead the cast and deliver some pretty good performances. But the real star of course is the shark, and Spielberg does an excellent job at giving it a real sense of terror. And one cannot overestimate the impact of John Williams' score, which heightens the tension and suspense, taking it to the next level. Playing on our primal fears, Jaws is a terrifying monster movie.
Francois C (au) wrote: good historical movie, but a little too preachy for my tastes