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Jason K (mx) wrote: i. dont. even. know. #oddestmoviethisyear
Pascal G (mx) wrote: A treat for Australians and non Australians alike.
Thomas P (ca) wrote: Wildly articulate, intelligent and highly emotional without being volatile, this film gives voice to the options surrounding cochlear implants and it's threatening effect perceived by the deaf community.Wonderfully personal and intimate; profoundly, deeply moving, see vulnerable people open up about their experiences.On the DVD, see the extra 20 min of extra interviews which gives even more insight - an example of someone who rejected the implant, and another who had difficulty and yet embraced it.I also recommend finding the 2013-14 TEDtalk of Heather Artinian - the central little girl of the doc - who speaks about what she has learned since, and her brilliant philosophy she's developed bc of her experiences.Brilliant, illuminating, authentic and ultimately inspiring.5 out of 5
Timothy M (br) wrote: Clumsy biopic that borrows from both [i]Citizen Kane[/i] (although it ultimately abandons that structure - to its detriment), and [i]Amadeus[/i]. The end product is only sporadically interesting and rarely cinematic, buoyed by some terrific performances from Gary Oldman, Alfred Molina, Vanessa Redgrave, and an amusing little turn by the underrated Richard Wilson. The dialogue is witty, but the lack of a cohesive, consistent story structure and a failure to actually dig deep into its subject leads me to consider this something of a misfire, albeit an interesting one.
Josh O (fr) wrote: It was alright. Kind of one-note.
Ethan H (ru) wrote: Another great epic movie with 2 charismatic stars at the helm.
Ariel R (ag) wrote: Like anyone expects anything good from Pamela Anderson. Please.
Jennifer C (mx) wrote: There was murder most foul, but it was a production most brilliant. With two power houses behind its production (The Royal Shakespeare Company and the BBC) and two brilliant Shakespearean actors (David Tennant and Patrick Stewart) it is impossible to ruin such a grand tale.David played the part perfectly (and attractively). His madness smacks a bit of the Tenth Doctor at first but the viewer soon separates herself from that and takes the character on his own merits. As to Hamlet's grief and struggle it was so well defined that he could have conveyed the torment just as with half as many lines.The costumes were traditionally contemporary and the use of mirrors and CC TV cuts to enhance the reflections of truth in the midst of all the spying was brilliant.Best production of (Hamlet) I have ever seen.
Kate R (gb) wrote: It was a good movie. I enjoyed the premise, most of the acting and the ending was killer.
TheMumblelover (mx) wrote: John Woo is a great director in his native land and this is first feature in Hollywood doesn't cut it like his previous films. Its stylishly shot but it burdens itself in being too stylish. There are scenes where it try's hard to be stylish which I am guessing was to try and compensate for the script. For inhabitants of this town you never get to see them, loads of explosions and gun fire and the street remains empty. At night time its more lively. An average film though worth a watch.