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Moya W (au) wrote: This was an incredibly weird movie. It might have been an entertaining romantic comedy on paper, but not so much in theory. Everything felt way too exaggerated. I managed to sit through it but that's it.
Mandela W (jp) wrote: Marion Cotillard is a not only a true beauty but an incredibly talented French actress. I had heard that she previously had won the academy award but I didn't actually see her in a film until inception than a few other films such as public enemies, Nine, and the Dark Knight rises. After checking out those flicks It was clear that cotillard was powerhouse actress. La Vie En Rose mainly serves as acting vehicle and shows off her amazing talents in immersing herself in a role. Edith Piaf was a complicated and troubled woman and Cotillard beautifully brings to life Piaf's spirit on the big screen while also portraying the pain she dealt with most her life. The film is shown mainly in a back and forth sequence as we firs see Edith as a young girl before going straight to when she was in 30's and back to her younger years. The film highlights Piaf living with prosititutes when she was young, moving around with her father, singing for change, the many men in her life and how some of her biggest hits such as "Non je ne regrette rien" came about.Before I get into the performance I gotta say The film itself is ok not very impressive but ok. Now to Marion colittard, she is extraordinary here. Her embodiment into edith piaf is a sight to behold. Her singing was incredible and even going back and listening to the real edith piaf the voice is unbelievably stunning. Edith piaf had quite the interesting life. kinda think her going blind story was a bit exaggerated but the rest is quite surprising. She really got around with men I see and had quite the personalityIncredible costume work colittard is almost unrecognizable here. Lighting was nice and decent in scenes. Editing was a little well not my taste. Had one good moment. The final sequence I will admit was quite extraordinary. I now love non je ne regrette rien after watching that final secne.La vie en rose pretty much introduced us to a rare French talent that wowed the hell out of all us and to think Cotillard continued with another French role that landed her another nomination. Cotillard is an amazing actress point blank period
Kevin R (nl) wrote: Your hair is on fire.A country mouse visits his friend the city mouse in his modern home. The city mouse wants to rid himself of the country mouse, but the plan backfires and he's flushed down the toilet. He arrives in a secret underground city where he bumps into a jewel thief. He will need to help the thief if he wants her to help him get home."That isn't rice, that's maggots you're eating."David Bowers (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) and Sam Fell (The Tale of Despereaux and ParaNorman) collaborate to deliver Flushed Away. The storyline for this picture is interesting and fun to watch unfold. The animation style is also pretty good and the voices are well selected and include Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, Jean Reno, Ian McKellen, Bill Nighy, Andy Serkis, and Shane Richie. "You think I don't know a toilet when I see one?"I came across this on HBOGO and thought it would be a fun movie to watch with my daughter. She enjoyed it for the most part and found herself cracking up throughout the film. I thought it was above average but far from a classic. I thought it could have been more funny and entertaining. Overall, this is worth a viewing but not a must have for your child's DVD collection."Those aren't chocolate buttons..."Grade: C+
Tiffany T (de) wrote: Anything with Jason Statham is all right with me.
Kanthan S (us) wrote: A very thin plot, with great characters and some epic shots.I really dont know how these directors get such great shot for such little budget. I have watched this film over 4 times and i like it more on every viewing. Some great visceral fights and a wonderful score.
Em W (jp) wrote: ABSOLUTLEY LOVEEE THIS MOVIE
Ryan V (es) wrote: Entertaining comedy where Peter O'Toole and Steve Guttenberg (the O'Toole of his generation?) lead a solid cast in a plot involving an Irish castle that has been turned into a fake haunted house turns out to be haunted. Haunted by Daryl Hannah and Liam Neeson no less.
Grant S (ag) wrote: This has to be one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Incredibly lame. Random plot, join-the-dots direction and wooden acting of the highest order (not least by Mr Norris).
Lovro H (ru) wrote: The Exorcist II: The Heretic continues a few years after the original and we follow Regan, the possessed girl from the first movie (even played by the same actress), as she still struggles to remember what happened all those years ago. I, honestly, have no idea what the plot is about apart from that. It's a very Incomprehensible movie which makes no sense whatsoever. The first 20 minutes were quite okay, actually, but the rest is just confusing and nonsensical. I cannot believe how they thought this was a good idea for a sequel. It's a completely dull, lifeless and boring movie which made me want to turn it off and just go to sleep. The effects aren't good, either. There's this locust that constantly appears in the movie and it's not even actually in the scene, it's a green screen locust that is put over some footage and it looks very ridiculous and bad. Not to mention the fact that this movie has almost more dream sequences than the real ones. To make it even worse, this movie is painful to even watch! The direction isn't bad, but our characters use this machine to connect their minds together (I have no idea if this is even possible), and this machine keeps flashing lights and it made me look away from the screen because of how bright it was and annoying. Not even the acting is any good. Richard Burton as the main priest character was awful. I've not seen his other movies, but here he is hilariously bad. There isn't even an exorcism in this movie, unless you count the ending one which I wouldn't really clasify as one. The soundtrack is good, at least. Which I didn't even doubt it would be since I saw it was composed by Ennio Morricone. All in all, there isn't really much to say about this movie except that it makes no sense and it's scary how dull and boring it is. I really would recommend skipping this sequel as the third one has no connection to this one whatsoever, but feels more like a sequel to the first one. Don't watch The Heretic.
Ida K (ca) wrote: This starred Linda Blair. It was ok but the book was much better
Alfin N (ca) wrote: "I hate ordinary people."
Amy L (au) wrote: my kids&I love this movie
Randi C (jp) wrote: I just love this movie....dont ask me y i just do
blabli b (ca) wrote: Beautiful atmosphere, full of poetry. Young's music is incredible and Jarmush shows once more how talented he is with black and white. A masterpiece