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Ryan C (au) wrote: Based on the incredible true story, "Milk" dissects the life of politician Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to public office. The film really drives home the point that no obstacle can't be conquered if you're passionate about it. Sean Penn's performance is an acting masterpiece as the movie is exclusively on the weight of his shoulders. Not only does he turn in a fantastic performance, but the surrounding cast is equally on par making "Milk" a great film about one of the most underrated stories in American politics.
charles s (ca) wrote: its no animation masterpiece, but the jokes do work for the most part, and the main two characters are likable. My main nit pick is that this film can be a little too mean spirited sometimes.
James20 G (au) wrote: I thought the movie for the first 20 minutes was charming and some what charming but as it progressed it got progressively more boring.
Jack H (ca) wrote: A great movie from start to finish. One of Shane Meadows' best. I stumbled across this movie by accident when I bought a Shane Meadows' boxset of This Is England, and Dead Man's Shoes, both of which are two of my favourite movies, and I'm glad that I did.
Risa C (it) wrote: very funny. paul walker looked so young in this movie. i cant believe that victor was in this movie from young and the restless. i cant believe disney made this movie, i thought i had seen all the disney movies.
Charlie H (br) wrote: This film has not aged well. It's almost unbelievably cheesy, and the special effects are laughable
Steff A (gb) wrote: Such a wonderful film. Once again J.J. makes a film about life's odd characters and triumphs in doing so. Imagine what could be happening at the same time in five different cities inside cabs. A great deal of interesting things. Jarmusch writtes such amazing stories and dialogues and portrays them with visual flair. A great cast and a subtle original soundtrack by Tom Waits round up this beautiful film just nice.
James D (fr) wrote: Clint rocks it...imagine what would it have been with a better supporting cast.
Chris G (us) wrote: Little Murders, the movie, was based on the Jules Feiffer play, Little Murders. Both of them flopped and it's easy to see why. It is a story about a nihilist who lives in a New York that is going through a collective nervous breakdown. It drove its producer and star, Elliot Gould, to a breakdown and cost him two years of making pictures. Jules Feiffer only wrote one more screenplay after this. Alan Arkin only directed one other movie after this. So, why bother reviewing it? Because it is a perfect movie. Perfect for its time, perfectly succeeding in what it set out to do. There is not one word, shot or nuance that should be changed. It is as dark a comedy as has ever been produced and history will be kind to it. And Donald Sutherland's 8 minute scene should be used in teaching how to steal a movie. I didn't think it was possible for me to like Elliott Gould any more than I already did, but I was wrong. It is also eerily prescient about some things. If you like your comedies bleak, go track down this movie. If not, stay away from it at all costs.
Steve S (jp) wrote: A great pre-space era sci-fi piece with a great deal of the usual stuff dealt with in the genre, but handled with a bit more sincerity than most and some great script writing towards the end.
Sharon N (us) wrote: Boring long drawn out jibberish.
Andy F (de) wrote: This is one of the best nam movies ever colin farrell is the best feels very very real.