Pearl Jam Twenty
A documentary on the band Pearl Jam that marks their 20th anniversary in the year 2011.
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Chandra H (fr) wrote: Nice depiction of Explorers' psych in a cosmic expedition.
Lev K (de) wrote: i hope ray and lisa are in this one
Martyna K (fr) wrote: A me ha fatto schifo, lento, noioso, banaluccio. Meritevole la Buy, brillante la Rohwacher [non imparer mai a scriverlo]. Niente di pi.
Cris A (fr) wrote: Tick all the boxes for quality Australian drama though would be nice to see a better paced film coming out of Australia - seems the current batch of local movie makers seem to have forgotten what entertains audiences.
Alex R (it) wrote: Perfect film to watch after a fantastic summer with my son here in Finland, who had to go back home to Scotland today. OK, so I'm feeling soppy... this is a fine cure!
John Y (mx) wrote: Not even close to being a good action film.
Luckee C (mx) wrote: A very funny film, which is definatley worth a watch! Recommended! Verdict = Hit
Christopher S (gb) wrote: Proof Of Life is a satisfactory drama.It starts out as a suspense thriller and ends up as an action thriller, taking a little too long to get there. Along the way it winds in a not altogether convincing almost-romance subplot.Peter Bowman (David Morse) and wife, Alice (Meg Ryan) are a couple whose marriage suffers from lack of attention by both partners who are career do-gooders, always living in emerging countries where Peter's engineering skills and Alice's hippie humanitarian care giving are corporate assets for Quad Carbon, a failing multi-national corporation who need to appear concerned with human welfare in an eco-sensitive global economy. Of course, this is a ruse for the behind the scene nefarious acts of the corporation seeking to profit by accessing the country's natural resources via the efforts of Bowman's idealistic engineering project. Kidnapped by Marxist revolutionaries turned terrorists, whose activities are a front for their cocaine mountain farms, Bowman becomes a pawn in the stand off between corporate greed and rural peasants turned gunslingers. Assigned to extricate Bowman for the insurance company hired by the corporation is Terry (Russell Crowe), a divorced, former special forces agent whose job is to negotiate the client release for the least money and bring closure by bringing back clients, preferably alive using whatever means is necessary including force, invasion, and military tactics. Terry is all macho competence, unemotional, and an adrenaline junkie with his cronies. When the insurance company pulls Terry from the case because of corporate buyouts and budget cutbacks by suits in London and New York, Terry must abandon Alice to the amateur negotiators whom he first warned her to avoid. Misguided, confused, and at the mercy of the men in charge at every turn, everyone seems to want to sweep Peter Bowman's kidnapping under the carpet or take Alice's family money and run at the first chance. Alice, like Peter and Terry, is also a victim of the kidnappers and the organizational sharks with whom her husband and Terry had been employed. In each situation, the lives of the three is of little concern for those in power, and the proof of life becomes a sign that they must negotiate for their own sanity and survival. Russell Crowe is a wonderful actor in this alpha male role, with his sensitive side slowly revealed through his growing familiarity and close contact with Ryan's Alice, a casting against type from her usual comedic blondie roles. In the years since their brief affair became public, each actor has gone on to better films, but the chemistry is visible and credible as Terry and Alice clash, soften and become stronger. Meg Ryan comes across as cold, however: even when there are tears and emotional moments, she never made me believe that she was actually feeling anything. A shame, because a warmer performance would have added immeasurably to the movie.David Morse is thoroughly credible and holds his own as the central character in the second half of the film's storyline that only becomes resolved in the final 10 minutes as the actual rescue operation unites Terry, Alice, and Peter, in an unlikely menage a trois. Good supporting roles by David Caruso, Pamela Reed and Gottfried John add to a cast of character actors turned leading roles.Filmed in the South American jungle, this is a beautiful visual cinematic thriller. Taut, explosive, and grounded in believable anti-terrorist and anti-corporation story lines, Proof of Life unfortunately was never successful because of the Crowe/Ryan publicity. Good supporting roles by David Caruso and Pamela Reed add to a cast of character actors turned leading roles. It is a good film, worthy of attention if only to see Crowe give an all-out guts and glory performance before his ego took over and Ryan step out of her goodie two-shoes roles and become a woman under Crowe's attention.
John J (ca) wrote: great movie, shows that no matter who you are, God can always use you for his plans. It's refreshing not to see Jim Carrey play something that's not stupid or immature.
Phillip D (it) wrote: The director's cut is definitely more interesting and a lot more fun than the original theatrical release.
Osman O (br) wrote: A great mystic adventure film, look out if Zip the dog?
Mike N (it) wrote: great original story....huge fan of the trilogy.
Luc L (de) wrote: This is one of the few forgotten Carpenter movies. But this is actually a very good, underrated movie. It is certainly oddly mixed with fantasy, elements of a thriller and some light comedy. Chevy Chase in one of his best parts, almost in a serious leading role. Daryl Hannah is charming as Chase's girlfriend. But it is Sam Neill steals the show as a corrupted C.I.A. agent, who wants to use Chase for personal reasons, one of these things is a Spy for one thing!The Script can be incoherent at times but Carpenter keeps things moving. There is some memorable early CGI work by Industrial Light and Magic. There is some real good scenes here including a bizarre dream sequence with Chase. More of a Studio movie than Carpenter's work. But the movie still capture some of his style. It was originally written to be a much more goofier fantasy comedy but Chase take the risk by making his role serious instead. Which i do think, it's works. But sadly, the audiences at that time didn't. I think, this is his best performance as a actor.One of Carpenter's most underrated movies. It might not have "John Carpenter's Memoirs of an Invisible Man". Since he was a director to hire for this movie but still, it is worth seeing. One of the better forgotten movies of the 1990's.
Cate H (gb) wrote: A beautiful homage to Varda's late hustband, Jacques Demy. Interlaced with Demy's own films, this is a heartwarming look into his childhood and what inspired his films. Makes me anxious to see his work.
CHENERY W (de) wrote: Here's looking at you Johnny ; ) ha ha ! I love Jack ! & in this movie a rarity Harvey Keitel doesn't do a Full Monty , which I TINK is a 1st ?
Nathan B (gb) wrote: I give it credit for having a pretty decent death tally, but this movie is otherwise a turturous ordeal
Brenda R (gb) wrote: Older than old school, Cinderalla type flick. For the ladies not doubt. Its a helpless love story with the typical damsel in distress.
Heath R (de) wrote: So I started watching the films on the UTK French PhD list to see if I would enjoy it. Absolutely!!! This is a great buddy flick. Kinda dopey but given it is French and an early talkie, I'll let it slide. This was a surprising enjoyment.
Ilja S (fr) wrote: From a critcs perspective, this movie is garbage. But it entertained the hell out of me, and was popular enough to spawn 2 sequels and a 3rd rumored to come. Would watch this again at any time!
Christopher B (jp) wrote: Latino love can be too possessive.