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Kerri H (fr) wrote: Things Never Said is a "real" and inspiring movie. A drama that is intensely captivating throughout and leaves you thinking "what would i do" ? Creative in it's writing, the poetry was powerful and a great way for the audience to connect to Shanola. Although some say it is a love story, I'd rather think of it as an empowerment story for women of domestic violence who finds to love themself first.
George B (es) wrote: A truly sincere and moving film by the talented new director from Chad. Haroun told the story so devotedly that the hopeless and sadness were delivered to the audience through the plots and the acting outstandingly. While the the tragedy seems to repeat itself endlessly, there's still hope inside the fragile humanity.
Jesse O (gb) wrote: Really good movie, but one that thinks that it's better than it actually is. Not that I have a problem with that, since the movie is at least good. If it was bad, it would be completely different. It also takes forever to get to the point and the movie isn't really that long, it tries to create a lot of threads while not sticking to one in particular. That was a problem, in my opinion. But don't let that dissuade you from watching as it's a very smartly written neo noir movie with good suspense.
Masi A (us) wrote: Terminator 3 shows you what happens when James Cameron makes 2 great movies and then they hire someone else to do the third one.
Veniea T (mx) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD
James H (gb) wrote: Surprisingly good 1950's horror film. The cast is very good, it is low budget, but not terrible so. So of the special effects are quite good. Joanna Moore is particularly fine. Not too long, well paced.
Matthias T (ru) wrote: The world needs more Harry Browns ...
Daniel K (fr) wrote: The third film in Alan Pakula's 'paranoia trilogy', this measured, naturalistic look at the breaking of Watergate might disappoint those looking for a more action-packed thriller. But it's a remarkable film and its unmannered style serves the subject matter well. Based on Woodward and Bernstein's own account, and released just two years after Richard Nixon's resignation, the film has become inextricably linked with Watergate itself. For many people, Redford and Hoffman ARE Woodward and Bernstein. Such is the power of Hollywood to instantly mythologize the American past. William Goldman's taut screenplay deservedly won an Oscar and the acting and cinematography is excellent throughout. Like Oliver Stone's Nixon, which looks at Watergate from the other side, It can be hard to follow if you don't already know the basics of the scandal and the names of the various characters involved. Alternatively, you can forget about all that, and simply be borne along by the performances. It's a great film and the you can see its fingerprints all over later biopics, such as Spotlight from 2015.
Henrysmovieguide C (nl) wrote: This movie is one of the worst, dumbest, so bad it's good movies ever. There are so many plot holes and so much stupidity. I pity the fool.