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Sia S (kr) wrote: really good! great job billy cyrus!
Cody L (au) wrote: Not as good as the first, but still plenty enjoyable.
Corey C (au) wrote: The usual sparkling Mamet work, though the ending seems a little pat in comparison with, say, SPARTAN.
peter g (ru) wrote: this was good but not as good as i thought it would be
Frank J (ag) wrote: Mme si le film m'a profondment mu certains moments, j'ai la ferme impression qu'il ne fait que ressasser certaines tapes importantes du drame cinmatographique. Certes, les personnages sont sacrment attachants, certes, l'histoire dchire le coeur, mais j'ai encore l'impression de revoir ces mille et une histoires d'amour que l'on revoit mille et une fois dans une vie. Par contre, j'ai comme l'impression que ce serait sacrment ton genre de film Mate, mais je peux me tromper...
Christina E (us) wrote: Definately watchable.
Joshua B (de) wrote: Dmx really saves this movie, thank God for Rappers/ actors...lol
Elliott F (it) wrote: Not Woody's best film, but on its own, Sweet and Lowdown is a watchable, fascinating, and well-acted mock biopic. Sean Penn stars as Emmet Ray, a thoroughly unlikable jazz guitarist (second in the world, only behind Django Reinhardt, as he likes to remind everybody he meets) who meets Hattie (Samantha Morton), a mute, and the two fall for each other. It's a doomed relationship from the word go, however, as Emmet's complete inability to be faithful takes over. The soundtrack pulses with vintage jazz guitar music (supposedly played by Emmet himself), and it's one of the best aspects of the film. Penn proves that he can be a magnetic force onscreen, even when his character is just so awful. He got a well-deserved Oscar nomination for the film, as did Morton as Hattie. Morton doesn't speak a word in the entire film, but she doesn't have to. Channeling the stars from the silent days of Hollywood, she uses her large, round eyes and expressive mouth to convey everything we ever need to know about Hattie. Both performances are ones to be cherished, and two of the best in all of Allen's filmography. The film outside of them is solid, but definitely not one of his best.
Bruno V (gb) wrote: It was good bud a bit of a romslomp , here's a bunch of material ....you figure out the rest ! And did Bale finally meet Brian Slade or knows what happens to him ? ...i guese not . SOMDVD
Brian G (nl) wrote: Very great action and suspense.
Im El Capitano A (it) wrote: Really cute! Cant help but like it because of the heart-throb Elvis!!!
Moush A (de) wrote: I've always loved watching noir, and it's nice to see something current in the genre. Shanghai is a technically well-made periodical noir piece. Where it falters is, its plot and characters. A murder mystery that we don't feel like giving a damn about. Neither does it perk up any interest as the protagonist gradually finds clues. It just seems all too forced and convenient. And that's the inherent problem. Along with the fact, that we care even less for the characters. Bottom line, it's worth watching if you are a film noir fan. Otherwise, it's probably a waste of time.