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Alnissa S (ca) wrote: Love Melissa McCarthy
Jennifer T (mx) wrote: Great acting. Though the movie is shown backwards it still worked. It kept me very interested. Liked seeing "Young Jenny from movie: Forrest Gump in this! I thought she did fantastic.
Carl C (br) wrote: If you are frustrated by bad sicence, inacuracies in reality and the biggest leap in faith then avoid, stop reading now and go do something else.This is definitely a made-for-TV type of movie and it's definitely modeled after "The Day after Tomorrow". I was pleased to see SG1's Michael Shanks in what seemed to all appearances to be third-rate billing, luckly he played as well as he ever does which rescues this film.I'd recommend this if you're really kinda' reaching for something to watch, and you're not feeling too picky and SyFy made-for-TV quality is acceptable to you (I don't think it's a SyFy flick, but it's the same general quality). If you're into serious flicks, or if you don't care to see another "Day After Tomorrow", steer clear.
Wave C (gb) wrote: For The Action Scene And The Complicated Plot It's Better Than The First One But Because Of This Complicated Make This Sequel So Boring And Wasted Time
ld p (es) wrote: Veronika Voss (1982) This is the third and last film in the trilogy that included "Marriage of Maria Braun" and "Lola". This also turned out to be one of the last films Rainer Werner Fassbinder made before his sudden suicide in 1982 (alcohol and drugs). The story is based on the last years of the German actress Sybille Schmitz "the German Garbo," who died due to an overdose of sleeping pills. In the 50's, in a rainy night in Germany, the sports reporter Robert Krohn offers his umbrella to the former successful UFA actress Veronika Voss but he does not recognizes her. Later she calls him inviting for a drink, and he finds an unstable and decadent actress living in her past success. In a mixed sensation of love, empathy and curiosity, Robert has an affair with Veronika, and discloses a dangerous gang leaded by Dr. Marianne Katz that addicts wealthy patients in morphine to get their fortune when they die. Excellent movie. This is the most accessible of the Fassbinder BRD Trilogy. Tragic story of drug addicted not so famous (now) actress who becomes involved accidentally with an ordinary person (a journalist) while out on a rainy night at the movies. Stunning black and white photography. Excellent (New? what year? ) transfer. Crystal clear. I have never figured out the role of the American army sergeant who appears in Fassbinder??s Films. This film is more accessible than the other 2 of this trilogy as it is not so politically (German) flavored. Rosel Zech gives such a command performance as Voss-- showing the glamour of a former star in the Nazi period and the depression of an addicted woman in the 50's. Hilmar Thate is also excellent in the role of a ordinary man that faces a greedy world of doctors psychiatrists pain and death The cinematography is magnificent in black and white, with perfect light and shadow and is sort of a homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood. The story is a depressing bitter tale with lots of melancholy. Is the movie a statement against drug abuse? Veronika's tragedy was inevitable; (Was it?) She was doomed in her quest for eternal youth and adulation and fame and a never-ending party. Five stars highest recommendation
Haydn W (us) wrote: awful but in a good way.
Manolo P (fr) wrote: This Hitchcock's classic thriller is a great openness to an impact-growing genre. The techniques used, as well as the resources and cinematographic explorations that at the time were not known continue to produce an effective, intriguing and terrifying effect that even today is impressing. The characters are very well made and the dialogues are fantastic. Here is an argument of masterful suspense whose scenes are absolute works of art. 97/100
Blind P (jp) wrote: This heist picture has the distinction and strength of an unusual dedication to deeper characterizations than films of its type would generally take. The motivations of the two lead protagonists are drawn with such care that some viewers may find it a dull interlude as they wait for the crime action to unfold. In opposition to that sentiment I would say that the climax actually degrades the film somewhat, as the resolution of conflict between them could have been done with much more flair and the rather simple way it ends belies all that led up to it. Strong performance and a hip score make it well worth checking out.