The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll
A rock star retreats to his hometown after his sophomore album flops.
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Konrad A (ca) wrote: This is a good SQL I like the acting of Mandy and her side kicks Mandy is so sarcastic that makes it a funny and good movie her side kicks are also sarcastic. It is a good movie. The acting out this movie really is good. And funny I laugh when I watch this movie. My favorite line was when Mandy said stay down there and don't ever look at me again. I also like when Mandy said this is warBut like I said in the first mean girls. Ladies might feel insulted by this movie so it's only fair that someone makes a movie called mean boys that's what I would do
Vanessa S (br) wrote: The book was better ..
Andrew B (au) wrote: Frost/Nixon is a movie that is beloved by critics. A theatre play that is turned into a motion picture is sometimes hit or miss, and in my opinion this is a miss. And that is coming from someone like myself who is fascinated with Richard Nixon and this period in American history. First and foremost I know that Frank Langela plays the role of Nixon in the play on stage. I understand that, and he's wildly popular among critics and theatregoers for his portrayal of this complicated man. I really must be missing something here, because I just don't see it at all. There is nothing Nixon about him in the slightest. He doesn't look anything like him, he doesn't sound anything like him and honestly his portrayal of Nixon is really not authentic what so ever. Langela plays Nixon as a flawed but very arrogant and sure of himself guy, which is not the case. Nixon was not only flawed, but socially awkward, depressed, introverted, self conscious and flat out strange. The portrayal is just all wrong in my opinion. Michael Sheen does a fantastic job playing David Frost however and I highly enjoyed his performance. The movie itself for a hardcore Nixon or political fan of this period, is probably something right up your alley. But does this topic have enough substance for a major motion picture that spans 2 hours ? Not a chance. I found myself getting bored with this movie rather quickly. If you want to watch a movie about Nixon do yourself a favor and just watch Nixon by Oliver Stone, or go even a step further and watch the real actual interviews that this movie is based upon.
Heather M (ca) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.
Jamie I (de) wrote: Anthony Hopkins likes to wink. He winks a lot in his films. Ever notice? This one is no exception. Ryan Gosling plays Willy Beachum a DA on his way to bigger and better things when he receives Ted Crawford's (Hopkins) attempted murder case. Thinking it's going to be an open and shut he takes it. The problem is the murder weapon has never been fired and there's no evidence to suggest Crawford committed the crime. Even more complications arise when the judge is made aware of the arresting officer's connection to the case. He was sleeping with the victim. In this flick Crawford's goal it to mind fuck and Hopkins does it better than anyone winking throughout. Gosling isn't bad to look at or listen to as he drawls away during the movie. The middle is a little slow but the end makes up for it. All in all I'd say see it. It's a good one.
Joe B (nl) wrote: What a total pile of shit this movie is. Don't even bother.
Andrea M (au) wrote: Meh. Interesting twist. Not sure I buy it.
Jeff H (ag) wrote: The psychological thriller really isn't my favorite genre but this one is a guilty pleasure. The original "Bone Collector" in terms of the killer's identity. Whatever happened to Christopher Lambert??
Shaday A (mx) wrote: Theatrical in style and haunting in terms of music, dance and performance. Beautiful work by Saura.
Bishop C (ca) wrote: I watch this at least once a year, along with Blazing Saddles, for the pure fun and silliness and great quips and one-liners. New viewers may need to watch 2 or 3 times to catch all them all. "IT! IT is confusing! Say your goddamn pronouns!"
Pablo C (it) wrote: La comedia romntica por antonomasia.
Angie M (fr) wrote: I seen it, but I don't remember it.