Dante travels across a desolate, futuristic Spain in search of his girlfriend, Ula. He is pursued by a bloodthirsty, cybernetic Rottweiler.
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Jools A (ag) wrote: At the end of a medical leave of absence, Sandra (Marion Cotillard) learns she is to be laid off from her assembly line job at a small solar panel plant in Seraing, Belgium. The decision, as she finds out, was carried out based on a rather unfair, influenced ballot organised by the management where her co-workers were asked to vote between allowing her to return to work or receiving their much-needed annual bonus. Sandra, along with the support of her loyal co-worker and friend Juliette (Catherine Sale), manage to convince the manager to have another ballot but she has only one weekend (hence the title) to plead her case to each of her sixteen co-workers to let her stay.And so it begins the singular situational narrative where Sandra's journey of reaching out to her colleagues which will slowly but surely broil into an emotional double bind at both ends. Without a question Cotillard's character acts as the anchor of how effective this emotional roller coaster will go, and we see here a subtle yet moving performance by the La Vie en Rose star, who laid bare her character's vulnerability and constant conflict within herself. We will learn that her struggles are not just contained within her economical predicament but also a heart-wrenching battle with depression. Many were initially curious with the choice by the directors and brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne who normally prefer using less glossy names, let alone an Academy Award-winning actress like Cotillard. This version of deglammed Cotillard we see in her first collaboration with the Dardenne brothers certainly proves that she is more than up to the task, rightfully earning her an Oscar nomination last year. "Marion could bring that vulnerability, that fragility, to the character. Marion has this way of being there, being present, but also being somewhat self-effacing, not really being there, not really being fully present. And then she showed the capacity, in a later moment, to turn that around and become very strong and very present," Luc shared in an interview. We've seen similar success achieved in Steven Soderbergh and Julia Roberts' collaboration in Erin Brockovich (2000).Along each encounter Sandra has when she reaches out to her co-workers from knocking on doors at their apartments, to walking out in the field and into bars, her offer is met with an unpredictable mixed bag of empathy and animosity. Though rooting for Sandra throughout, audience at certain junctures will find their sentiments unsettled as they start to empathize with some of the co-workers who are in dire struggle themselves to make ends meet. And that is one of the directors' intent as well, to not just focus on the main character's plight. It has been after all the Dardenne's style to chronicle the lives of the underprivileged, the unemployed, and the lost souls in our society. An honest and engrossing drama about despair, dignity and ultimately solidarity.
Yash P (ag) wrote: Srk's one of d best movie
Patrick Liam B (ag) wrote: I wasn't interested at first in watching this because it was to me a pop music style of Chicago without the jail of course especially since other movies in which popstars have acted in don't always come off good for example Sarah from Girls Aloud wasn't that good in St. Trinians 2 to me.So when a friend told me to watch the film after having buying the dvd I borrowed it and I must say I was surprised by the film, it was fun to watch the music was great and the songs were amazing especially Bound to You, You Haven't Seen the Last of Me and Tough Lover which make use of Cher and Christina Aguilera's powerful vocals, so I gave this film a 5/5 review.
Patrik T (us) wrote: Helt ok skruvad rulle med enkla medel och tnkvrt manus. Slr ett hrt slag mot fantiserande och det grna grset p andra sidan. Och jag kper det.
Ashley H (es) wrote: Light It Up is not one of the greatest films. The script is hardly original. The cast did what they could with the script. The direction of the film sucked. I would not recommend this movie.
Bruce s (kr) wrote: the best part is the windscene
Robin T (kr) wrote: I don't know what this movie has tried but It does'nt had worked!!!
Jesse F (kr) wrote: Not the best but the most fun "Leprechaun film".
Michael T (es) wrote: The loveliest of all the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals was transferred to the screen via gorgeous on-location cinematography and a faithful adaptation which manages to keep most of the score intact along with "Louise's Ballet."
Christopher C (nl) wrote: The acting is just horrible. The story is alright as there is a bit of a mystery with the cult but it doesn't go too deep. The action is alright. Overall it's a semi decent movie with no real plot and very bad acting.