Street Sisters

Street Sisters

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Grgory L (ca) wrote: Une histoire ordinaire, pas de tte d'affiche ce qui fait du bien, mais un ralisme assez proche de ce que cela pourrait tre. Pour amateurs du genre seulement.

Stephen M (ru) wrote: It is a brutally honest depiction of a community under stress, told with cultural authenticity. Only a Native filmmaker, using Native actors, could tell the story.

Alfin N (nl) wrote: "Soon you'll be flying to Rome with Mommy. And I'll be looking for you wherever you are."

Daniel V (nl) wrote: It's like this, if this came out in 1989-1992, it would've been a massive box office hit. Critics would've been a little more forgiving, not much more, but a little more. The action is great, the lines are perfectly cheesy, and Jason Momoa is awesome. No, no, he just is. Conan sucked but Jason Momoa is awesome. It's also got HAN FROM the FAST AND FURIOUS family! Not great, but I like it.

Ethan H (us) wrote: A very entertaining movie

Calum B (fr) wrote: What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.Spoilers are very mild and give away very little of the plot. I wouldn't want to ruin the surprises for anyone.I had a great time watching this movie, it was a blast.The two main characters end up in an incredible mess when she starts pretending to be his wife in a house he built and doesn't live in. Towns people start treating her as his wife in absentee. He shows up and a plot is developed to make the girl he wanted to marry jealous. There are numerous complications when the two of them have to make up background on the spot and it just gets more and more complicated. They reach a point where they can barely remember all the made up nonsense. It was a laugh a minute.I was told two other actresses (who I really do like) were asked but couldn't be the leading lady because they had other commitments. I can't imagine either of them playing the role of Gwen as well as Goldie. Her bubbly, goof ball personality was just perfect. I hope the directors appreciated getting her over the two they thought they wanted.

William W (gb) wrote: Every time cinema has a game-changer (in this case, 'Mad Max' and the entire genre of 'post-apocalyptic dystopia movies'), it's fascinating to watch how various countries and cultures react to the instant knowledge that 'something new is out there that can bring in for us a lot of money'. For this Italian effort, which needed very little in the way of budgeting for either actors, set design or costumes, it's not bad.Director Castellari brings to it an action-packed flow which never flags for a moment. (The 87-year-old Rome native--God bless him--is directing 'Keoma Rises' at the moment, his first film in six years, and it is slated to be released later this year.) I have previously only seen his spaghetti-western 'Keoma', which I adore. He throws in two instances of nice gratuitous sex in a heartened attempt at 'character and plot development', but I really don't have a problem with that, especially with great Italian beauties like he has at his disposal here. There's a bizarre homoerotic undertone, particularly to a scene in which Scorpion is being tortured, but it's not problematic. Fred Williamson is the only star I recognized, and he continues his credo of 'getting the girls and winning the fights', which he stands by in his movies. The electronic score is dated but not bad, though it's inferior to those of, say, either Tangerine Dream or Goblin.All in all, it was a 91-minute span of time I don't regret in the slightest--I even watched it with a plate of spaghetti and glass of red wine at hand to further exemplify the Italian experience.

Bruce B (ag) wrote: The first "Dr. Phibes" film was a remarkably entertaining film that found the right balance between campy humor and grand guignol-style horror. This sequel is unfortunately a huge let-down. Everything that made the original great seems to be completely mishandled this time around. First off, none of the characters are remotely interesting in this one. Secondly, the deaths are nearly as innovative. Also, the technical credits are pretty weak (the direction by Robert Fuest seems to have no sense of pacing where the first one zipped right by). Mostly however is there's too much emphasis on comedy in this one. There's no menace to Phibes anymore. Whereas the first film was a great tongue-in-cheek and campy horror film, the sequel is simply a lousy comedy. Apparently the production was rushed and it shows.Fortunately, the film is still worth watching thanks to Vincent Price. Even with the lesser material, hes still got it, succeeding where the rest of the film fails - finding the right balance between horror and comedy. The performance is still delightful even if the screenplay calls for him to go too over-the-top. The rest of the cast fares worse. Peter Jeffrey (who was enjoyable in the first one) and the bland Robert Quarry (nowhere near as good an actor as Joseph Cotten) are both given far too much screen time. "Dr. Phibes Rises Again" is another disappointing sequel to a great original. 2 1/2 Stars 2-10-14

James M (es) wrote: Another Carry On film. All at sea.

Daniel M (mx) wrote: In reviewing the Disney package films of the 1940s, I've made a conscious effort to praise whatever positive aspects they may have. While all six efforts are considered part of the official Disney canon, they are arguably the most neglected of all the films in which Walt Disney was personally involved. But sadly, such an approach does not get us far with Make Mine Music, perhaps the weakest offering of them all.When reviewing the package films we have to accept that they are going to feel slight and compromised in some way. It's in their very nature, since they are essentially leftovers from the pre-war era, that Disney threw together to keep the brand in the public eye, while buying his animators time to work on Cinderella. But whereas Fun & Fancy Free embraced its modesty and even tried to tune it to its advantage, this film is trying to have its cake and eat it, giving us a film with the attempted scale and grandeur of Fantasia but with none of the storytelling ability, or ambition, or visual skill. While you have to give Disney credit for trying to reassert his company so soon after the war, the creative output here suffers from a huge post-war hangover. Many filmmakers who had worked on wartime propaganda experienced something of this sort; Powell and Pressburger's A Canterbury Tale has one foot in their great work of the late-1940s, but the other in their ropey earlier work for the British government. The animation here is more bouncy and rubbery than before, with Casey at the Bat exhibiting the same exaggerated physicality of The Fuhrer's Face, occasionally tipping over into Warner Brothers or Tex Avery territory.Being essentially a compilation of short stories, it makes sense to address the merits and shortcomings of each in turn. But in a nutshell, Make Mine Music is a medley of promising moments let down by shoddy orchestration. All ten segments have interesting little moments or ideas, but the vast majority of them come a cropper, through either the source material in and of itself, inappropriate changes to said source material, or the more exaggerated style of animation.We begin with The Martins and the Coys, based on the real-life Hatfield-McCoy feud of the 19th century. The King's Men relay a Romeo and Juliet-style story of two feuding families, who all-but-wipe each other out before the two survivors fall in love - only for them to fight again once they are married. Visually this section is very Warner Brothers, with the scenes of gunfire and creeping around immediately bringing Elmer Fudd to mind. This section was famously removed from subsequent American releases, after the MPAA deemed the gunfire was too intense for children. But what's far more questionable than either that or the redneck stereotyping is the playing of domestic violence (particularly against women) for comic effect. It's every bit as unfunny and uncomfortable as the 'Say It With A Slap' number in Fun & Fancy Free.Blue Bayou is an innocuous antidote to this, drawing a sombre and wistful veil over proceedings. This section was originally intended for Fantasia, with the same animation being backed by Claude Debussy's celebrated Clair de Lune. Because of this the animation is smoother and softer, and there is a nice choice of deep colours offset by the white birds flying over the lake. But while the musical choice is still perfectly decent, this part of the film goes on far too long, taking what should be a short, sweet interlude and allowing it to overstay its welcome.All The Cats Join In up the tempo again, with melancholy ballads giving way to the joyous jazz and swing of Benny Goodman. Musically this is one of the strongest parts, with good orchestration and a catchy rhythm which underpins the action. The animation, however, is something of a mixed bag. Technically, this section was ground-breaking for its time, with an in-shot pencil animating the action in real-time and creating a host of interesting settings and obstacles for the dancers. Aesthetically, however, the animation feels pale and rushed, so that the result looks less like Disney and more like an Archie comic.Without You is another ballad, this time about a lost love and the anguish felt by the man in the relationship. As with Blue Bayou, the animation is quite fitting, with deep blues and purples to compliment the reds and pinks used in the flowers and sunsets. But while the animation is pretty, the content of this section is rather clichd: we get very standard images of a weeping willow, letters in the rain and lonely stars. Andy Russell is a reasonable singer, but the song is not memorable beyond its unusual and often grating chord changes.Casey at the Bat returns to the bouncier, more exaggerated style of animation. Jerry Colonna does a good job reciting Ernest Thayer's poem, about an arrogant baseball player who gets his comeuppance in a close-fought match. But his work is spoiled by just how broadly each act in the poem is represented. The characters look stretched and grotesque, like someone had photographed each cel through a wide-angle lens. And while the incidental music is fitting, the addition of sung sections around Casey only serves to pad out the action and make the character more repulsively obnoxious than he needs to be.Two Silhouettes features two professional ballerinas dancing in shadow over an animated landscape, accompanied by Dinah Shore, who narrated the Bongo segment of Fun & Fancy Free. It's a perfectly charming little interlude, with the animators making the most of the live-action dancing and putting the animated characters around the dancers. On a visual level it's not that far from the magical worlds Powell and Pressburger depicted in The Red Shoes two years later. While ultimately slight, and overlong, it passes the time pretty nicely.Peter and the Wolf is perhaps the best-known segment of Make Mine Music. Certainly it has the most prestigious source (a 1936 work by composer Sergei Prokofiev), though that it by no means a guarantee of quality. Sterling Holloway, best known for voicing Winnie the Pooh, narrates the story of a young pioneer called Peter, who defies his bossy grandfather and heads off into the nearby woods to catch a wolf. It's an interesting piece, both as an animated short and as a forerunner to Sleeping Beauty, which was also set to classical music. But it suffers from the increasing liberties taken by Disney. Some can be overlooked - the naming of the animal characters - but others are a case of convention coming out over common sense, such as the actual fate of Sonia the duck.After You've Gone brings us back to Benny Goodman and attempts to break things up with something light and jolly. The piece begins like 'Hit The Big Boss For A Raise' from Dumbo, but for all the imagery Disney throws as us it doesn't have the same shape-shifting magic at the Pink Elephants in that film. This section most supports the view that the package films should be seen as demo reels - as a rapid-fire indication of what Disney could do with more time and resources. But while that might work as something to show investors, as a piece in and of itself it's underdeveloped and adds very little.Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet gives us some kind of narrative, albeit one which is very simple and resolved entirely by chance. The story of two personified hats, separated and reunited, is the kind of material that PIXAR would have a field with in one of its own shorts. The animation of the hats is akin to the kind of animation John Lasseter would employ on Cars, giving inanimate objects faces and using their physical forms to shape their personality. While not a great piece of work, it should please younger viewers who are used to PIXAR.The film closes out with the longest section, entitled The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met. It's a bittersweet tale about a singing whale, which pokes fun at the heightened sensibilities of opera by having its lead be literally larger than life. Sadly, however, the conceit outstays its welcome and the novelty of the singing whale quickly wears off. The story reduces itself to a montage of opera after opera, and then throws in a mawkish ending in an ill-judged attempt to add weight.Make Mine Music is a collection of interesting or inspiring moments which ultimately amounts to far too little as a collective piece. Every section has something of interest which may keep younger views amused for a short while, but unlike Fantasia there is no real depth to the film, nor a big enough attempt at an overarching narrative to join all the pieces together. Ultimately it's a fleeting and forgettable work, which promises little and still manages to disappoint.

Grant S (jp) wrote: The American West in the 1870s. A European settler, Jon Jensen (Mads Mikkelsen), has just welcomed his wife and son to the country when they are kidnapped and murdered. He takes revenge on the murderers, only to discover that one was the brother of a local land baron, Henry Delarue. Delarue runs the local town with a brutal hand. Now he wants vengeance on the man who killed his brother and the local townspeople are too scared of him to stand up to him. Jon is fighting more than just the local thugs, he is facing the entire town...Pretty good, though had the potential to be great. Started very well, with a grittiness not always found in westerns. Jon Jensen's predicament was very intriguing and seemed hopeless, making it very engaging. The feeling of powerlessness and injustice added to this.Some good action scenes too, especially towards the end.However, from a point the plot becomes rather one-dimensional. The end result is far too neat, predictable and easy. There's no twists, no real dilemmas, no development, things just happen without much impediment or anything unexpected occurring.Ultimately, still reasonably good, but a bit disappointing in that it was set up for something even better.

Edward B (de) wrote: One of my favorite movies. So enjoyable.