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Carlette D (ru) wrote: I really loved this movie! I think anyone who wants to look deep in their soul about where your life is going need to watch this movie. Love it!!!!
James O (ca) wrote: Really run of the mill political drama. Bleak, cold, dark New York setting makes it quickly apparent that corruption will be rife in the ensuing Mayoral race. There to pull all the pieces together is an incredibly slow and reliably unconvincing Mark Wahlberg. Catherin Zeta-Jones puts on a hammy performance and Crowe plays the obvious fall guy. This is horrible, predictable, schmalzy. Strangely the plot never even fully reconciles the main leads romantic interest. There's no consistency yo the relationship and then suddenly the whole story abruptly stops. Almost everything about this film is dreadful. Not a fan to say the least.
Jade F (us) wrote: Based on the best-selling book by Sara Gruen, Water for Elephants is really a step up for romantic movies. Robert Pattison and Reese Witherspoon create the ultimate old fashioned love story that is truly one of a kind. This movie will make one feel as if they were right there with the characters on their crazy circus adventures.The movie starts off like a classic Nicolas Sparks romance movie with an elderly person that begins to tell the story of a lifelong adventure and then turns the movie into a flashback. Set in the 1930s and around the time of the Great Depression, Jacob Jankowski's (Robert Pattison) life takes a turn for the worst. With nothing left to his name but an old briefcase and a pair of trousers, he sets off to find a new life. Along the way, he meets a beautiful circus performer named Marlena (Reese Witherspoon), who is married to a cruel man named August (Christoph Waltz). August is the ringleader of the "Benzini Bros" circus. Throughout the movie, Jacob and Marlena form a love through a wise elephant named Rosie. Something that really sets the scene for the circus centered movie is the animals. There are horses, lions, tigers, giraffes, and more, but one animal in particular gives Water for Elephants its name. Rosie is a circus elephant that gives the traveling "Benzini Bros" hope in the middle of the Great Depression. The circus did not have an elephant starring in any of their acts and when they needed more money, Rosie pulled through and brought in a larger audience. She also helped Jacob and Marlena grow closer and create the love story that makes this movie unique and even more beautiful. Anyone who watches this movie will easily grow to love Rosie the elephant.Not only the animals, but everything else about the movie is beautifully done. The costumes that circus performer Marlena wears are just exquisite, as well as the other performers involved in different acts. The cinematography as a whole was perfect. Every scene is just as good as the last. They really do a good job of showing what it was like during the Depression era, as well as the chaotic circus life.Another noteworthy aspect of the movie is the acting. Well-known for the Twilight series, Robert Pattison plays another well-written part. Robert really shows the passion through his lines, as if they were not scripted. He also does a great job of getting into his character. Reese Witherspoon, or Marlena, plays a beautiful circus performer. Marlena is someone who is very attached to the circus animals that perform with her, and Reese shows how loving Marlena is with the animals. Possibly the better acting of the movie is from Christoph Waltz, or August. He portrays the crazy circus ringleader amazingly. From the first impression of August, Christoph makes me think he is a good man, but as the movie progresses his character shows his true colors. August is cruel and even terrifying at times, and Christoph does a great job at portraying the "real" ringleader of the circus. Overall, Water for Elephants is a movie worth the watch. Whether or not the viewer is into romance movies, they will be after this. Water for Elephants will make one feel a "circus" of emotions and it will not disappoint.
Rob R (it) wrote: Amazing movie, well worth watching.
Lou S (mx) wrote: This movie had a good concept, but very poorly played out.
Aleksandar C (au) wrote: Without a doubt one of the best sci-fi movies. Incredibly well directed by one and only Ridley Scott, well written and visually stunning this sci-fi masterpiece provides a lot of fun for the viewers, but has a deeper meaning to it.
Linus M (nl) wrote: the least causal--forget narrative--of lynch's films.
Steve S (it) wrote: This turned out to be one of Girdler's best works, as well as Grier's, in my opinion. There was significantly less filler in this than in most of her other works, and Girdler effectively uses his tried-and-true Kentucky locations to tell an interesting story. Well filmed, though not all that well-edited, it stays engaging throughout, and though there's less gore than in her other starring films, there's no shortage of violence. D'urville Martin has a few over-the-top scenes that never fail to entertain. Worth seeing.
Anthony I (es) wrote: I think I genuinely laughed once.
Armando P (ca) wrote: Why did they decided to make a sequel?
Jonathan L (mx) wrote: Underrated and lesser known but enjoyable vampire epic that is sort of a homage to Near Dark and The Lost Boys to even The Hitcher. Some of the gals are quite sexy like Izabella as Megan.