Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper
Privilege, love, loss, and survival are all deftly examined in Nothing Left Unsaid, which turns a lens on the expansive life of Gloria Vanderbilt. At 91, Vanderbilt herself provides a rich living history on the experience of growing up within a storied American family. Her youngest son, Anderson Cooper, peppers his still-vibrant mother on camera with questions about her complex public and private personas.
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(es) wrote: Everything you ever needed to know about the Pussy Riot saga. You can't help feel that, although this is the story of the protest band, the filmmakers are trying to show you both sides of the story and, although, on paper, you have to disagree with what's going on over in Russia, you can also see that these girls are annoying little brats who are enjoying the attention a little bit too much for my liking.
(ru) wrote: The Turning is certainly an ambitious and challenging film with all these stories crammed into 3 hours this film in a way reminds me of Cloud Atlas. The Turning was difficult to watch for a fair bit of the time but nonetheless it was enjoyable to watch through to see all these different stories and characters
(ag) wrote: I loved this movie. I'm very surprised to see that it has gotten such a low rating.
(au) wrote: Have read the book -anxiously awaiting the movie!
(es) wrote: Dopo un primo tempo interlocutorio (per non dire loffio), la storia decolla e prende ritmo, i dialoghi e le situazioni si incastrano con naturalezza. La mozione degli affetti si inserisce nei toni della commedia senza forzature. Mestiere e bravi attori (anche se Pandolfi e Mastandrea in livornese nun se ponno proprio sent...!)
(fr) wrote: I'm going to go out on a limb & say that this is the worse low budget movie ever made. There was no plot. The acting was bad. It wasn't funny. It wasn't partially funny. I think I've had more entertainment watching a security camera. In fact I know I have. I would've gave this movie no stars, but that wasn't an option. So half a star it is.
(us) wrote: After his mother dies suddently, her son begins to examine his parents' lives and makes some interesting and poignant discoveries, about them and himself and all of us. Well worth your time, very moving and introspective. Modestly filmed, heart felt and honest. I was surprised at how my initial feelings completed turned around by the end of the film. No one is perfect, no marriage ideal, but how do we cope, how do the choices we make affect those around us, those we love? So moving at the end, when the mother lights the big candle on the anniversary cake that says "50" - fifty years of marriage. This is a deeply felt, unassuming film that will move you to tears.
(nl) wrote: Ohhh. It's so sad that I cannot watch it. :(
(it) wrote: Extremely far fetched plot for a thriller.
(mx) wrote: J'en ai encore des frissons.
(ca) wrote: Bizarre even by Shaw standards.
(us) wrote: Depending on which version you watch (theatrical or producers cut) this film can take on a very different feel. In the theatrical you get lots of gore and action while in the producers cut you get a film more akin to the first Halloween. Either film though... might be the worst of the franchise. Instead of just a serial killer who's pure evil we get some kind of "Satanic" cult and black magic story. Loomis makes his final return RIP Mr. Pleasence and we get a lot of grown up versions of previous characters or people related to previous characters. While I do enjoy both versions of the film for different reasons (see opening sentences) neither really do the franchise any justice. They turn a great and ominously scary character and just turn him into a mystical puppet. While that does lend itself to messages about society etc. it's not really what fans were looking for.
(au) wrote: Woman sleeps with billionaire for a million bucks, has relationship with him, but winds up going back to poor, loser hubby. Hmmm.......Nah.