Despite his fame, Taillandier has suddenly stopped painting. Deeply depressed, the sixty-year-old decides to go away. He has no clear goal and explains nothing to his close friends. During ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Despite his fame, Taillandier has suddenly stopped painting. Deeply depressed, the sixty-year-old decides to go away. He has no clear goal and explains nothing to his close friends. During ...
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Garrett C (ru) wrote: "Once" is a superb romantic drama with a lot of singer-songwriter tunes that will determine how much you enjoy the film. I personally didn't like any of the songs very much, so the movie was pretty slow going and a struggle for me personally, but even despite the road block of the music I still think it's a well made and thoughtfully executed low-budget musical film. I appreciate its uniqueness and near flawless character development. It's really too bad about that music.
JosieLynn L (ag) wrote: i thought this was cute. a bit too predictable. but very well done, imo.
Ga G (gb) wrote: Very sweet, romantic and above all, riveting movie with a grand performance from Toni Collette. I do enjoy unpredictable, daring cinema; especially in the romantic drama genre when most tend to stick to stale or tried and tested formulas. This contains one of the most unexpected and powerful scenes of anything I've seen in recent years. Gut wrenching and quite brilliant.
Tero H (nl) wrote: A promising movie adaptation of the Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde "horror"-story, this film was a bit too slow-paced for me. It didn't have much in the way of inventive plot twists either, although the story had grounds for a lot of cool things. Unfortunately those cool things never came to be. I generally do like movies the story of which are taking place in the 19th century like this one, but the problem was that not a lot seemed to take place in this movie overall. Lots of expectations about the terrible Mr.Hyde but so very little of the potential of the story was put to use, in my opinion as a viewer. It appeared to me as if so much more could have been made of the story. Compared to some other horror-movies taking place in the 19th century, lets say "From Hell" starring Johnny Depp hunting down Jack the ripper for instance, this film is very bland and not scary. It did have some 'grotesque moments' though. But like I stated earlier, the excellent Roberts/Malkovich duo made this film watchable. Still, overall the movie was too slow paced and meaningless for me to like it. I suppose I could say I liked Julia Roberts, and the atmosphere, but it was a letdown as an adaptation of Dr.Jekyll & Mr.Hyde - story.
gustavmarkovic31 (ag) wrote: Dunstan Checks In is a slightly humourous buddy/slapstick movie, with some entertaining support characters and interesting dilemmas throughout, but can't really retain the interest for more than a few minutes. Jason Alexander does okay here, but his character in Dunstan isn't nearly as memorable as his George from Seinfeld. this movie is best for children aged 9 and down, because toddlers will adore the monkey and 9 year olds will enjoy the child-friendly slapstick comedy.
Jon S (mx) wrote: just amazing work. we're watching them back to back. it makes for some repetition between the films, but it's very rewarding to see how the subjects grow and change.
Kim V (jp) wrote: It is boring but it's a good chance to see a young James Spader.
Simon D (au) wrote: However big a fan of Talking Heads you are or aren't, after watching this you will be a slightly bigger fan. The talent of David Byrne and his unique cool comes across immediately so, even when the strength of the songs starts to dip, you feel you owe it to this band to observe, listen and enjoy.
Joy H (de) wrote: I thoroughly enjoy the Thin Man series. What a great cast as well.
Bill B (jp) wrote: I gave this film a second look recently and i have to say that it's grown on me quite a bit, presumably knowing where it is going in the end goes a long ways towards letting the mild spooky bits work on your head. There aren't a ton of scares to be had, but the idea that items continue to move in rooms when you're not looking at them is very unsettling to me, and a trope that I really enjoy in a film.Rental.
Tim R (mx) wrote: Visually stunning adventure!
Cristi B (ag) wrote: tipical black redemption movie
Xander K (kr) wrote: Decent (if aged) adaptation of a beloved children's lit classic! Wizz-Pop! Wizz-Bang!