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John D (us) wrote: I loved this - ridiculous effects, incredibly fake beards but great music and an inexplicably solid performance by Bill Oberst Jr as Lincoln. Nice one, Asylum.
Phil P (nl) wrote: "He was bigger than Elvis, much much bigger".Often Documentaries are viewed on their heft of information, whether they reveal something new or bring to light something lesser known. And while that is true in part here the reason 'Searching For Sugar Man' works is simply because it's easy going. The director knows when to call to the intrigue and when to the straight facts.It starts out with a drive along a South African mountain coastline. Straight away letting us know despite the rest of the world being oblivious to the existence of 'Rodriguez'. But in South Africa he was as big as anyone else in the rest of the world. Even so far as to say that he was vastly more popular than Elvis. Easily digestible and puts into the context of the rest of the documentary - while including the mystery of whether this guy is even still alive.It paints the picture of two different men, what 'Rodriguez' appears to the unknown - a depressed suffering musician and who he actually is a happy hard-working man. I think that's the most interesting part for me, what he turns out be rather than the rumours that circulated around South Africa.Even in the detective like sections of the film it's breezy pacing is ever-present. Never feeling forced or with too much information thrown at the audience. It's odd to think that this man had a completely unknown following the size of The Beatles in South Africa yet in his home country and oddity with almost no sales. One complaint does come into a scene where it appears to be probing how can someone so popular not see a single cent of it. Unfortunately is spends very little on this - it's arguably the biggest question the film has left and only.Peppered with 'Rodriguez' music throughout (mostly in the first half) showcasing his knack for song writing and confirming what his producers suggest - how did this man not make it big. With Bob Dylan being compared as an equal is pretty damn high praise to boot. When the mystery is soled and things slow-down we get to sit down with the man himself and see who he is for ourselves. All the build up and the enthusiasm of those on the war path to find him all the more interesting. And to find out his modest life and the incredible selflessness of the money he made touring Africa was given away - shows he wasn't just an intriguing mystery but a truly nice guy.
Gerald N (nl) wrote: This is one of my favourite animated films of all time. It was so magical and i loved all the fairies, old and new. The negative comments here really annoy me. Tinkerbell movies are definitely not aimed at sad, mean-spirited critics who get paid to write snarky reviews, but for disney fans.
Finn M (it) wrote: a to drawn out story with to medioker acting.
Gabriel A (ru) wrote: Cidade de Deus um filme de drama brasileiro de 2002 dirigido por Fernando Meirelles e co-dirigido por Ktia Lund. Foi adaptado por Brulio Mantovani a partir do livro de mesmo nome escrito por Paulo Lins. O filme retrata o crescimento do crime organizado naCidade de Deus entre o final da dcada de 1960 e o incio da dcada de 1980. O filme estrelado por Alexandre Rodrigues, Leandro Firmino da Hora, Jonathan Haagensen, Matheus Nachtergaele, Douglas Silva,Alice Braga e Seu Jorge. A grande maioria dos atores era, na verdade, moradores de favelas como Vidigal e Cidade de Deus. Recebeu quatro indicaes ao Oscar, nas categorias de Melhor Diretor (Fernando Meirelles), Melhor Roteiro Adaptado (Brulio Mantovani), Melhor Edio (Daniel Rezende) e Melhor Fotografia (Cesr Charlone). Meirelles oferece um show pirotcnico de narrao, ousado e eficaz ao extremo, a experincia visceral da espiral vicioso de violncia que atrai as crianas a uma vida de crime, a brutalidade e assassinato como a nica via aberta para eles impressiona o expectador e tatua na nossa memoria os dramas aqui retratados. Magnifico e esplendido!
Jori P (de) wrote: When you're searching for a killer... the last suspect you want to see is your son.
Adriano B (kr) wrote: Less frantic and more similar in taste to Japan than Hong Kong, sometimes the pacing slows down to dead beat, but the conflict between the reedemed assassin and the idealistic emperor gone ruthless killer and the voyage toward solitude by the latter is the stuff for powerful tragedy; also, the stance about imperialism seems, in the end, condemning it, always a plus when dealing with chinese epic fliks of late.
Robyn M (ca) wrote: Was okay, I really liked Julia Roberts work on this one..
Adhitama R (nl) wrote: Performance of a lifetime by Mortensen
Scott M (fr) wrote: The saddest and possibly greatest tribute to the man who will never be forgotten. Be prepared for the flow of tears during the song "One Person".
Jim W (us) wrote: The book is a good read and worth giving a try, even if you saw the movie and didn't like it. The movie hacks up a good book and makes the main character a teenager instead of a grown man. It also has a whole lot less character build up and characters to love. While Michael Ironside would have made a good Lem as well if they didn't turn the character into a complete psycho. Hell it's barely like the book. The dog is cute though and they at least got everything with him right. But I think they could make a better movie with the right cast and director. The book is a lot more engaging and smart, I strongly recommend it. The movie is a some-what entertaining B-Movie though. Plus the dog at least has some....aww moments.
Alex C (gb) wrote: Lger mais les combats sont KICK-ASS ( surtout celle de la fin). La musique est moche mais drle en esti. Jackie Chan au sommet de sa forme.
Margie K (ca) wrote: Very funny movie. Love Howie Mandell.
RJ (gb) wrote: sucks. good idea for a plot, though. needs to be remade.
JohnnyLee T (ca) wrote: How can you critique something that you are just meant to enjoy? There will never be another combination like Doris and Rock, both giving everything to their roles. And you can tell they are having fun doing them. I specially enjoyed Rock's bit of physical comedy trying to squeeze himself into a very low sports car! As for the issue of a gay star who obviously doesn't fit the stereotype, being asked to reinforce that stereotype on screen, as a gay man I can live with it because the film is of its time and during those times gays on screen were played much more over-the-top then Rock has to do here. As I said, this film is too enjoyable even 45 years on to critique too much.Final point: without going too far, Shakespeare himself (who was also gay) used the device of playing a role within a role (as Rock plays both Brad and Rex) in order to woo the beloved - see Twelfth Night eg. Just puts this plot into perspective and probably because it's so tried and true that it is still enjoyable and fun today, and always will be.
Connor G (ca) wrote: The character clearly suffered from the limitations of the technology of the time, and the pacing was atrocious, given that it was four and a half hours long.
Ronilson A (ag) wrote: # Amor Primeira Mordida
Scott R (mx) wrote: Some great humour. One of my favourites, "I never should have given him that book on napoleon. Now he always sticks his hand in his vest."