Under the Mountain
Teenage twins battle dark forces hidden beneath Auckland's volcanoes.
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Jim T (gb) wrote: Don being Don...at his best!
Nick O (us) wrote: I'm quick to jump the gun that in terms of objective AND subjective quality "At Berkeley" is the "Tree of Life" of documentaries, but I think it's more analogous to being the "Gravity" of documentaries -- this is arguably the most YOU ARE THERE (i.e., YOU GIVE A SHIT ABOUT WHAT'S HAPPENING) account of real-life filmmaking I've ever seen. It's also hands-down one of the most visibly exhausting this side of "Shoah", and doubles as a comprehensive pamphlet (or, clocking in at just over four hours long, more of a field guide, or a brick) without ever towing the line of intellectual-porn propaganda.Go ahead, roll your eyes at the above and dub it and/or me pretentious. But just because Frederick Wiseman's film is challenging and not Frederick's of Hollywood (LOL had to do it) doesn't mean it should be ignored. Actually, it deserves to be seen by any- and everyone. If ever there was a movie that gets you excited about the prospects of education, "At Berkeley" is it. An unbelievably dense yet picturesque novel-as-film with all the widescreen weight of a coffee table book -- its original 250 hours of footage directed, edited and produced to the nines by the legendary 83-year-old Wiseman -- certain people often (wrongly) forever stick to the ancient adage that "they don't make movies like they used to anymore." Yet with "At Berkeley" at least, that's precisely the sentiment it left me with. (95/100)
Paul H (es) wrote: Dull, dreary and firmly wedged up it's own backside. Watch some paint dry, you'll be more entertained.
Joe W (mx) wrote: 3.6/5PROS your always thinking something might happen eva green is in a weird way, very scarythe twist at the end is amazing CONSbetween start and end it felt like a soap opera her friends were very stereotypical often pointless scenes were thrown in
Florence B (ru) wrote: C'est trs drle ! Biyouna est excellente !
Cheri H (ca) wrote: This film's far from an Oscar winner, but it sets itself apart from some of the rest with how gritty and real it is at points.
Matthew J (it) wrote: A pointless exercise in bad CGI.
Alec B (br) wrote: It was very good and posed a question about traditional young women's expected life style's in the 1950s but the movie also ended on an unresolved note for most characters which always makes tend to feel bittersweet about movies in general
Shaun B (de) wrote: I'm gonna have to watch this again real soon.
John W (fr) wrote: Starring Dustin Hoffman, Faye Dunaway and Chief Dan George. Sort of like 'Forrest Gump" in the Old West, Dustin Hoffman is a 121-year-old man telling stories from his episodic life. His character was a witness to many important historical events of the late nineteenth century, most notably the battle of the Little Big Horn. Richard Mulligan is excellent as Gen. Custer, here portrayed as a pompous fool. Directed with atypical humour by Arthur Penn.
Nicholas L (gb) wrote: American Sniper is stellar filmmaking but one can't shake the feeling that Eastwood is encouraging more of a jingoistic outlook on the Desert War than true patriotism.
David F (ru) wrote: this film feels a little forced and not as well written as it could have been. i would rate this one in the "if nothing else is on" category.
Luis C (us) wrote: "Performance" comea como um filme de gangster, mas se torna uma viagem surreal. O filme ainda traz uma tima edio e uma boa atuao de Mick Jagger,
Kyle B (us) wrote: Great performances all around including Lowe as one of the better portrayals of Kennedy in recent years. Rothhaar, Trachtenberg, and Goodwin are great as well. The movie as a whole is a good one not an amazing one but the ensemble work really keeps it interesting