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Huw G (ag) wrote: Sad but good. Gently underplayed look at believable people dealing with the day to day real issues of a terrible situation. Avoids getting sucked into an hysterical look at the big picture. Quite subtle, with only one minor misstep.
Mohamed I (ru) wrote: Seems way too fictional.
Alexandre B (kr) wrote: J'ai ri deux fois, pour une comedie c'est peu. Cela dit un casting impressionant avec quelques roles sympas ( Namase Katsuhisa est toujours aussi bon)
Maryam T (de) wrote: Funny, Funny Mr. Sanjay Dutt. I found this one to be better than the first.But a big mistake is that they used Jimmy Shergill in the sequel as an another character. It made me so confused.Vidya Balan is good, yea. Although, I do wonder what happened to Gracy Singh. And Arshad is awesome : D
Christina E (fr) wrote: It could have been good, unfortunately the timing was way off and the ending was a complete cop-out.
Harry W (jp) wrote: Lucia y el sexo, known as Sex and Lucia in English speaking countries is a film I only discovered after being aware of Paz Vega's strong work in Spanglish.Lucia y el sexo turned out to have been a more complex film than I could have imagined, and it was too complicated for its own good at times. I found myself confused because the story flips back and fourth between a real life story and a fictional one written by the character Lorenzo, and its easy to lose track of what is real and what isn't, and so the way Lucia y el sexo tells its story is substandard. It's ambitious, but flawed and complex, particularly when you're watching it in another language since you have to read into it without completely understanding the cultural context of the emotions. Essentially, Lucia y el sexo is overly scattershot, and focuses more on Lorenzo than the titular Lucia, even though Lucia seems more interesting and had more depth as a character.But aside from the complex plot structure and inconsistencies, Lucia y el sexo is a striking film. Visually, Lucia y el sexo is unforgettable. It's complex and surreal visual style make it a hit across the head for viewers and leaves them mesmerised and asking questions by the end, and it's script encourages that. It's one of the most artistically crafted Spanish films I've seen to date.It's thoroughly stylish with its fine cinematography, tactical editing and immersive lighting which gives it a powerfully surreal and erotic or dramatic atmosphere, depending on the situation. Either way, Julio Medem really has a grip on the story and the admired themes it faces, particularly his handling of the erotic themes and artistic depiction of all the onscreen nudity.But it works because the cast truly shines.Paz Vega is utterly perfect for the lead role, as she is perfectly sexy with immaculately desirable body language yet also a sense of unfathomed innocence on her, physically and mentally. This prevents audiences from looking at the titular Lucia as a mere sex object, as she uses her body to convey humane insight. This is a difficult talent for an actor, but Paz Vega shows off her ability to work it finely with or without her clothes on. Lucia y el sexo features some of her finest work. She stands up from the cast and utterly steals the screen.Tristan Ulloa also grips the story drama with his performance, one rich with tenacity he uses to grip his character and ensure that audiences understand him as well as, if not more than he understands himself.Najwa Nimri is also good.So in the end, Lucia y el sexo's strong performances and artistic style ensures it transcends the complex plot.
Jon P (gb) wrote: One of the better superhero movies out there. Loved most of the actors except for Jessica Alba. They could have found a better fit for the group.
Pat A (ca) wrote: a bad movie, but it has heart. They basically stole the animal house script and applied it to skiing. So many scenes leave you laughing but make you say "why? this is a ski school not a college"
Derek F (us) wrote: In Dalton's 2nd and final entry, the script is written to better emphasize his darker portrayal of the character in the most violent Bond film at its time of release. This time, instead of taking on a standard Bond villain, he's up against drug lord (played by Robert Davi) who is charismatic and terrifying as he slips into insanity. Lots of scenes are memorable, including the epic truck chase. Pam Bouvier is a tough-as-nails Bond girl, a perfect fit for Dalton, the televangelist makes for good comic relief and we get more screen time for Q.
Federico E (fr) wrote: Heads up, dinner is servedIt's a delight ;-)
Kevin T (us) wrote: Fascinating doc. So few people on a land mass bigger that North America and even less during Winter. I has been looking forward to seeing this and it absolutely did not disappoint me.
Marcos I (gb) wrote: i want to see this movie badly
Eric H (de) wrote: Hellraiser is a masterpiece of horror cinema, and these sequels try to come close to it. Hellraiser 2 is watchable sequel and works as a splattery horror film, and I'm very glad they concentrated a little on those stylish and atmospheric scenes, too. These cinematically more noteworthy scenes are the ones that make this film watchable for demanding horror fans, too. If you can't handle splatter effects, don't try to watch this as this is the goriest in the series. Couple of scenes are almost so over the top they become little laughable, and I think this was not the film makers' intention. Hellraiser 2 is not a masterpiece but an okay sequel effort for the ones who like these. The others stay away.
Roger W (fr) wrote: While Z For Zachariah is less frustrating than Craig Zobel's previous film Compliance, it is still a ponderous missed opportunity, the fault of which lies with the script rather than the director in this case. The film looks stunning and the cast give their all, but they cannot raise themselves above the terrible adaptation.