The story of Billy Mills the American Indian that came from obscurity, to win the 10,000 meter long distance foot race in the Tokyo Olympics.
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Hector S (au) wrote: this movie was so boring to me. i think it should had just stopped at part 1. the first one was very good and entertaining. this one not so much. at least not for me.
Maxx D (ru) wrote: I'm ashamed to say that the older I get the harder I find it to engage with fully animated movies. That said, the cast and crew of this, from Spielberg to Wright to Jackson to Cornish, made it a must-view. Three years later and I finally have and I'm pleased to say it's excellent fun. The animation is probably the best I've ever seen (Weta's motion capture has always been incredible but it shines here) and the story keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout. Some lovely funny moments that scream Edgar Wright keep the laughs coming and Andy Serkis as Captain Haddock was a standout performance. My interest in animation-lead movies hasn't fully gone yet.
Mark T (gb) wrote: Errol Morris, the best documentarian alive.
Ned P (nl) wrote: An uplifting documentary about a ballroom dance programme for New York's schoolchildren, Mad Hot Ballroom follows a diverse selection of kids, many from difficult backgrounds, as they strive to compete at the citywide finals. The film is certainly crowd-pleasing and has a heart of gold, but its major failing is a lack of focus. Dozens and dozens of kids are filmed, and it's too much, far too much. There's so many of the little blighters on camera that there's no one to make a connection to. Some of the children come from tough neighbourhoods and have had limited opportunities, and the dancing scheme has given them a terrific opportunity to gain some confidence, be creative and enjoy themselves. But it's not often we get to hear their stories, so obsessed is director Marilyn Agrelo with being all-encompassing, and the film's substance plummets as a result. In it's defence, Mad Hot Ballroom is a joy when the kids are allowed to impart their philosophical musings. A group of girls discussing the perils of dancing with a uncoordinated partner is one particularly memorable passage, although children revealing their feelings about their other dancing half provides some funny moments as well. It's wonderful to see the joy on their faces when they experience success, but as a viewer, it's slightly frustrating that they couldn't have been in a documentary that was better made. There was more depth there than Agrelo was able to impart.
Andrew M (br) wrote: A Richard Linklater movie that doesn't feel like a Linklater movie, Bad News Bears is run-of-the-mill affair that's completely skippable, although a fun Billy Bob Thornton performance helps out.
Christie B (au) wrote: A slow "horror" movie. But i liked it.
MF J (gb) wrote: A choral film about a bunch of people preparing to go the new year's eve party at a friend's place. It's funny, well done & quite well paced. Interesting.
Jeremy W (ag) wrote: Without a doubt the worse movie i have ever seen. They couldn't decide whether they wanted the mosquitoes animated, claymation, or animatronic... so they used all three! I'm sure I have seen better acting on daytime soaps as well.
Dave B (es) wrote: Actually not badly put together by Harlin and Viggo shows some pretty good chops. Solid gore effects reminiscent of Hellraiser.
Michael W (au) wrote: Maybe the only film to describe Cleveland as 'beautiful'. A unique Jarmusch film but uniquely boring overall, with excessive focus on mundane activities. Will have its appeal in certain circles.
Jeff L (ca) wrote: A tremendously full and witty historical costume drama. And it manages to be so without falling into complete melodrama (although sometimes it gets close, though not in a bad way: melodrama has its place, and in the hands of great actors like Burton and O'Toole, melodramatic scenes further the plot in convenient ways.) Those who would cynically complain about its overly grandiose caricatures, theatrical sets and pompous dialogue fail to understand the aesthetic and literary point of epic costume drama. It is not a documentary. It's a dramatic biopic that manages, though bravado acting and plump dialogue, to explain in 2+ hours an astonishingly complicated story. And it manages to hit the mark. You could spend 100 hours studying the personalities and the political, religious and historical intrigue of the "Becket" controversy, and still come nowhere near as clear and generally accurate understanding as this film provides.And Burton and O'Toole, at the top of their game, is great fun to watch!
Jay B (au) wrote: Most of the visual effects hold up pretty well (besides the bugs, the green screen stuff and a few fire shots), but this nothing-of-a-story is very damn dull.... and the characters are certainly not worth watching.
Unni K (jp) wrote: I did like the house and surrounding settings in this film. They really helped to setup a scary atmosphere. I didn't see the old film, so can't compare the acting or faithfulness to original film.
Kristin S (us) wrote: It was hard to follow without no subtitles. Scottish accent is hard to understand when they are talking low