Shabbat Dinner

Shabbat Dinner

Shabbat Dinner is boring as usual for William Shore. His mother has invited two crazy hippies and their son and is doing her best to show off, his father is drunk and berating their oddball...

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Kamal L (de) wrote: An inferior "Meeting People Is Easy"-style documentary that sadly dampens the brilliance of its subject. Grant Gee's road film about a touring band at the end of the 20th century is a subtle critique of corporate globalization, befitting Radiohead's music at that time albeit mixed with tones of adolescent angst. To think, as the filmmakers admittedly did, that a similar treatment would do justice this subject, two aging professors, is tone deaf and lazy. There is SO much more to deal with here than the dreariness of airports and awkward interviews. For readers of Dawkins looking for quality video production, I highly recommend the BBC films from the 80s and 90s about and by him.

Matt H (es) wrote: This movie has no idea what kind of movie it wants to be. The first half feels like its going to be about the behind the scenes logistics of the famous concert from the vantage point of the small town that ended up hosting it, but then diverges from that and becomes more of a singular character piece for the main character, who alone isn't very interesting. There's some characters that don't go anywhere - why is Emile Hirsch in this? He's wasted in a nothing role. Actually, lots of actors in this feel mostly wasted. I think the problem was taking the interesting premise, and then focusing on the least interesting dynamic possible at WOODSTOCK!

Robin O (fr) wrote: An interesting story but the main guy's performance got on my nerves a bit. Think he was going for some awards...

Kimberlee B (de) wrote: Deeply disturbing, harrowing.

Jonathan D (ca) wrote: After Director Ang Lee's (Sense and Sensibility, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) artsy-fartsy take on The Hulk tanked at the box office a few years ago, things looked dire for the big green dude. So what was in order? Recast the franchise, get a new director, and basically pretend the first one never happened. This is a reboot of the Hulk franchise, and it's a credit to the filmmakers that I very much enjoyed this film, given that I have no history of giving a crap about the Hulk or his tendency to smash things. I've always looked on the character with mild disdain, writing him off as a Jekyll & Hyde-type on steroids. But this Hulk kept me entertained from start to finish.Credit must be given to Edward Norton, whose Bruce Banner is a lonely, tortured soul who struggles to keep the rageful beast within him at bay. Norton makes a sympathetic lead, and he does some fine character work here. Nothing amazing, ala Christian Bale or Robert Downey Jr., but solid nonetheless. Liv Tyler does just fine (though there's sure to be some inexplicable hatred for her by the public...there always is for the love interest in superhero movies! I don't get it. I liked Katie Holmes, Kirsten Dunst, and Kate Bosworth just fine). William Hurt, Tim Roth...the entire cast turns in good performances. The cinematography is excellent (some stuff in Brazil is particularly eye-catching). The pacing is great, and while there is some down-time between Hulk moments, the film doesn't lag. This is a much more somber movie than the crowd-pleasing Iron Man, but the handful of attempts at humor hit the mark just fine.Most importantly, the film gives you a good dose of Hulk smashing things real good. The CGI on the Hulk is far better than the trailers made me think it'd be (with a few exceptions). The action in this movie is fantastic, visceral, hard-hitting stuff. You truly feel the physical power of the character, and a couple moments startle you with their raw power. The final battle in particular is a lot of fun. I really enjoyed the exploration of the villain's motives (villains who think they're doing the right thing are always more interesting), as well as Bruce's desire to control his demons. Good people have a dark side, and bad people often have some virtue left in them, and this movie explores that idea to good effect.Flaws? Well, being a comic-book movie, you have to suspend disbelief (even within the rules of its own universe) about what's possible or even plausible. Some plot-holes arise (although some are later explained, in the moment I was thinking "wait, what?"). One side character's actions seem like a bit of a stretch. But mostly, any qualms I have stem from the fact that I've been spoiled by excellent superhero movies, like Iron Man and Batman Begins. This is not an excellent superhero movie. It is, however, a very good superhero movie that has some truly rockin' action, solid character work, and good acting. It's more than worth catching in the theatres. (Rated PG-13 for action violence, mild language, and a brief foreplay scene that goes nowhere). ***1/2 (out of five).

Letitia L (nl) wrote: This movie sounds legitimately interesting.

Justin A (ag) wrote: I was confused and moved but the peformances from Tony Leung Gong Li and Zhang Ziyi and the atmosphere make this movie a masterpiece. Mr Chow had hes happy ending but he let it slip away now no woman can compare to Su Lizhen thats my take.

Eric S (kr) wrote: The best teenage angst sports film combo! I love the Purpleheaded Yogurt slinger!

Yuriy T (ag) wrote: Not a bad movie but It's a pretty annoying or even disturbing type of comedy, full of misanthropic humor and awful characters.

Olivier B (mx) wrote: A big joke, but a good one. The three Evil Dead films are like a long film, because there's no timeouts between the events of the films. The greatest trilogy to watch at Halloween.

Rendan L (de) wrote: Fast paced, energetic, and brimming with humor Big Trouble In Little China manages to overwhelm its audience with charm despite some dated effects and its B movie troupes. Grade: B+

Ed Fucking H (us) wrote: This Western / Rape-Revenge flick from the early 70's is none to original and even a little too predictable for it's own good but still manages to be a good time. Apparently this was a strong influence for Tarantino's Kill Bill films, no real surprise there as Tarintino has made a pretty good career for himself recycling every film from the 70's idea's. The story is 3 bank robbers on the run stop in a ranch to steal horses, kill the owner of the ranch and brutally rape his wife. The wife (played by Raquel Welch) shortly after this meets a bounty hunter who she wishes to teach her about the ways of the gunslinger to get her revenge. While intially not willing to do this the Bounty Hunter is shortly convinced that he should help her so does. What happens after this should be no surprise. While not the best Western movie I've ever seen, this is still a really good example of the genre. There are many good performances, an awesome soundtrack and good pacing. Short and sweet and never boring, you could definently do a lot worse than this. Recommended.

Leonardo Malacay S (jp) wrote: Que gran pelcula!!! La historia, las actuaciones, el montaje,esta pelcula ha dado para muchas despus...

Samantha C (jp) wrote: Gotta love those Elvis movies!!!

Orlok W (es) wrote: Siodmak, Lancaster, DeCarlo and Duryea scale one of the pinnacles of film noir--Criss Cross is the cruelest cut!!

Emerson H (kr) wrote: This movi is pretty good also the second one is really funny. The part i like rom the first one is when he is at the bed withhe othermo and she graves the "flashlight"

Abdulmalik A (es) wrote: Nobody really cares about the plot, least of all the filmmakers.

Pedro F (br) wrote: It's not a bad movie, could be worse. This movie shows an interesting perspective to solve the problems that society have today. Unfortunately, is that same idea that kills the movie in a way. As times progresses, we become more and more disconnected from the concept of the movie because we know, in a way, the outcome and don't accept the idea that they transmit. I know this is a metaphor from these days but I think that this could've been solved with other type of narrative. Still, watch the movie and get your own conclusions.

Josh M (nl) wrote: More like "Slow Was The Story." It finally ramps up in the final scene and then it is over. Dark Was The Night has a lot of emotion, but for no reason. More focus on the problem at hand and more interaction with the monstrosity would go a long way.

John S (fr) wrote: one of the funniest films ever!