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Grant K (ca) wrote: One of the most visceral, heartbreaking and stunning films ever made about climbing. One of the best of its genre bolstered by the fact it's based on a true story.
Sarfara A (fr) wrote: Red Rock West a neo-noir film directed by John Dahl, the film was co-written by Dahl and his brother Rick. Starring Nicolas Cage, Dennis Hopper, J.T. Walsh and Lara Flynn Boyle. Red Rock West was shot in Montana and Willcox (Arizona). The film was shown at Toronto Film Festival by the director of the festival, after movie was dubbed by marketing department to have fallen short of audience-expectations. Michael is innocent ex-marine corps wandering in his Cadillac in search for job at oil-drilling from Texas to Wyoming; which he could not get due to his knee-injury. He arrives one day at Little Rock, where the bar-owner Wayne (J. T. Walsh) mistakes him for the hitman, and hires him successfully to kill his wife Suzanne (Lara Flynn Boyle) - handing over to him $5000 USD before and half after work-done. Instead of killing Suzanne, he informs her about the motives of her husband, the two try to runaway but it's too late as the real hitman Lyle (Dennis Hopper) has just shown up. Wholly entertaining movie, really miss this sort of acting/movies from Nicolas Cage. Cage's character in the film is caught between different souls, a heartless hitman and beauty vamp. He is struggling to beat the notion of greediness and love-for-the-money, while attempting to withhold his moral tenets. Dennis Hopper reminded me of his character Frank Booth from David Lynch's Blue Velvet, however here we could witness from him humor-filled dialogues. Excellent locations, and smooth playing of simple plot with twists and thrill, make it classic example of those beads that we seldom come to discover laying ashore.
Niiles P (ag) wrote: Very best movie of Kaurismki's filmography. Story of three hobos trying to get big and in the point of art in beautiful setting -Paris, France. Very moving and funny at the same time. Man (Pellonp) takes a bone from his dog to make it a soup for his lover. 5 *'s
Garrett T (es) wrote: Excellent giallo with a fabulous score by Ennio Morricone.
stu b (ca) wrote: I loved this film, and I guess it's helps that I'm a nostalgic Brit but the clever acting, tense scenes and soundtrack made this film an excellent watch. This film has many similarities to Brimstone and Treacle, the lead being named as Martin in that as well. It would be amazing to be transported back in time to see this in a British cinema.
Chris R (nl) wrote: 'Dead Silence' is a great example that director James Wan has an eye for horror. His films always have a strange, dark beauty to them visually and in their settings and this one I found very satisfying. The film loses steam at the end, but the ride was worth the trip.
Gareth H (gb) wrote: great bit of acting and sensitively directed film
Matthew C (fr) wrote: Though certainly not anywhere near on par with Disney and Pixar's usual theatrical fare (this film was produced by their TV production arm) the movie is rather harmless. Obviously, the animation isn't as polished as that of the Cars films. This effort also shares the visually-bland sameness in character designs that even those movies suffer from. Let's also not forget the cynical, purely merchandise-related decisions at work here in an even more obvious way than in Cars 2. I can't even go into the weird logic of this world populated by sentient, self-driving vehicles. All that aside, Planes does offer a few laughs and clever bits ensuring that its 90 minutes aren't outright torture for parents.
Ian R (br) wrote: good yet predictable but thats part of its charm