A team of cops is sent to the forest to capture/kill a police officer who has gone rogue. In a parallel track, a young woman seeks the help of a debauched car driver to take her to the forest. What happens in the forest and how are these two plots connected?
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(de) wrote: Radcliffe's performance is noteworthy and the movie does an adequate job displaying the politics and ignorance of racism. The movie unfortunately losses steam and momentum at the 75% mark which is never regained.
(it) wrote: Initially I thought this was going to be a slapstick satirical poke at 70's sci-fi, which it is, but it's also dark, beautiful and subtle despite it's galactic setting. The combination of 70's faithful decor and technology with an odd-yet-touching set of intertwining plot lines worked for me, even if it was a little slow at times. I dug it. Even bought the soundtrack.
(us) wrote: I'd been wanting to watch another Viggo Mortensen movie for quite some time now and one appeared on Netflix the other night that sounded quite interesting. The Two Faces of January also stars KIrsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac (who coincidentally keeps showing up in movies I didn't know he was in) in a story set in Greece in 1962. Viggo and Kirsten are a couple on vacation who develop a strange relationship with their tour guide. They quickly become best friends and the couple ends up staying just a little bit longer. A major incident happens that cements the three as potential accomplices.. for a time.The Two Faces of January was a smartly written and very real sort of thriller. The performances of all three stars were excellent and succeeded in capturing my complete attention to the point I forgot I was watching actors. The pacing of the plot made sure the film was never dull and the chemistry between all three was perfect. Viggo and Kirsten were an actual believable couple and you began to empathize with them up to a point. I know a lot of people have not been big fans of Kirsten Dunst's movie career but trust me when I say that this film may be her best. If you want to see her in a truly excellent performance, you need to watch this film. The same goes for Viggo Mortensen who I'm glad to see is still turning out classics. I guess I need to stop saying Oscar Isaac surprised me with how good he was since he makes every single film better just by being in it. I need to stop writing anymore and just drive home the fact to all of you that you need to watch this film. The soundtrack, setting, and story are all excellent and there are surprises around every corner. This is such an underrated little gem.
(fr) wrote: 18 year old girl joins the porn industry in a matter of fact sort of way....its all very mediocre to be fair.
(nl) wrote: Not horrible but definitely not the best movie either. Would not waste my time watching this one
(nl) wrote: Just do not watch it. I feel that Mr pseudonym Marian Dora could be one of the best horror directors ever if his films weren't so horrendous. Cannibal is at once terrifying and deeply saddening, it shows the deconstruction of human vs human in the most horrific detail. The high quality art design torments me years later. I can't dismiss it, but I can't reccommend it to anybody.
(fr) wrote: Thoughtful, intelligent, gentle movie. quite delightful. I loved the ending.
(gb) wrote: manitoba made, sean garrity does it again, buy it now
(kr) wrote: showing how with the right circumstances that any person can lose their soul even at a young age
(ru) wrote: A half-assed mess with several good belly laughs. Martin Short is a true blue genius, and though "La La Wood" is certainly among his most scattershot big screen offerings, it's also probably the first one to actually capture just how truly hilarious he can be, if only in fits and starts, as opposed to the technically smoother comedies he churned out in the late '80s and '90s that sanitized him into a trailer-friendly cartoon. Someone needs to give him a bunch of money, complete creative control, and all the time he needs. The result just might be the funniest thing anyone has ever seen. In the meantime, watch old SCTV.
(it) wrote: Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.
(au) wrote: Wasn't what I was expecting but it was beautiful
(mx) wrote: "What I want to know, is will you finish what you've started?" Like 'Snakes On A Plane', this is brilliant because it's so crap. Great to listen to the silly accents, and Sean Connery as king of England, ha!