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Jerry E (kr) wrote: one of the better alien type movies. few things could of been little different but in all I don't think it was bad.
Zack L (nl) wrote: Good movie! Follows the books story line to extent.
Rob O (gb) wrote: That had to be one of the dumbest plots I have ever seen in a movie, but I thought it had a cool style and the fight scenes and stunts were pretty awesome. It gets a generous 2 stars as an homage to Paul Walker.
Andrew K (fr) wrote: Lighthearted telling of true events
Marc G (mx) wrote: That wasn't even a little good.
Maksim B (ca) wrote: This amazing art-house indie romance is one of the brilliant examples of simplicity, impeccable acting and a quiet,wonderfully told Sunday-afternoon story.Medicine for Melancholy excites with the realistic and tender story of two Afro-Americans in their mid-twenties who wake up after a one-night stand and find themselves riding a bike in a lazy, intimate Sunday afternoon while exploring each others personality. Among the urban uncertainties of San Fransisco, both actors Wyatt Cenac and Tracey Heggins deliver something far more realistic than acting. The smart dialogues, spontaneous behavior and personal differences combined with their effortless acting resemble the everyday reality of two young persons.One could really wonder, what actually contributes more to the naturalistic story: the actors or the outstanding direction of Barry Jenkins. The camera never disturbs the actors, it follows them slowly while they are walking on the streets and gently catches the sparks between them, but also the social and cultural uncertainties influencing the lives of two young persons. Barry Jenkins succeeds in what many acclaimed Hollywood directors fail: to communicate a naturally realistic story via images and music. Speaking of music score, it has one of the most memorable indie soundtrack, in which each track perfectly matches the actors, the setting and the mood. Medicine for Melancholy is an art-house delight for the eyes and the ears !
Chris K (jp) wrote: Great story. Very hard to predict, but easy to follow. Not all of the actors were great, but Madsen and Sossamon where on target. A good, low budget movie.
bill s (ru) wrote: The script does her no favors but Paltrow can not carry a comedy by herself regardless.
Jocey D (nl) wrote: Intense thrill ride. In spite of some plot holes and certain improbabilities, fun yarn about good vs. evil. If I had known how good a movie this was, in spite of all the hype in the day, I would have watched sooner. Great cast did not disappoint with their performances. It's different and has a twisted good ending sort of
James C (au) wrote: Has a generic main story that you see all the time but the hunting and fighting is thrilling
Jimmie C (fr) wrote: ahhhh the kidos are back to kick butt
Jerry K (ca) wrote: This is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the varieties of personalities who comprise the San Francisco Opera chorus. We see their commitment, their passion, and their frustrations. Some of their on-camera confessions are brutal. Others are poignant. The opera production photography is magnificent and we do come away with a better understanding of the lives of members of the chorus--- who are indeed "In the Shadow of the Stars." The one film which outshines this one is a documentary about the Metropolitan Opera annual auditions (sorry I can't recall the name of the film). Both films together make a truly rounded presentation of the backstage life of an opera comapny. Remembering that this film was made over a decade ago, many of those featured have moved on or passed away, but certainly the companies and choruses work the same way.
Tytus W (fr) wrote: Scientific weeding out of everything around the chosen flower.
007 W (us) wrote: Wow to be quite honest this is my favorite Pixar movie a walk one of my favorite Pixar movies it's written perfectly and still hilarious to this day
David C (it) wrote: Kinda gory, but this movie will get under your skin. Only see it if you're into insects that thirst for human blood.