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Geetha P (it) wrote: if you like getting your heart wrenched from your chest and then burned watch this movie b/c its awesome.
Hugh C (fr) wrote: At least he's persistent - get at em Nic
Tim S (ru) wrote: Engaging and entertaining doc that is a must for film nerds. (Although, I really wish QT would calm the fuck down when being interviewed.) It's really interesting after watching this and reading Easy Riders, Raging Bulls at the same time makes me want to reconsider my career path. It's a shame that this channel isn't still around and the wreckage that this man left behind. Good thing the last name of the director of this doc was Cassavettes who was able to tell a great story.
Matthew M (it) wrote: Epic in scope but also personal in it's ideas, Master and Commander is a smart and visually amazing that never forgets the humanity in it's center - while also delivering stellar action set-pieces.
Cameron F (ru) wrote: We meet the guys parents this time and they're tree hugging hippies. This sequel has a few laughs but nothing special.
Jessica B (de) wrote: really weird but entertaining to watch when its on cable...
Kevin R (us) wrote: You pulled out a broken vibrator?Eddie is a Hollywood playboy of sorts with a chick he wants to settle down with along with a couple chicks on the side he needs to potentially get rid of. He has a group of Hollywood movers and shakers he hangs out with at his fantastic house. They share stories and feelings on Eddie's direction. Can any of Eddie's friends help him get his head together?"It's like this invasion of tits and ass."Anthony Drazan, director of Zebrahead, Imaginary Crimes, Trinity, and EDNY, delivers Hurlyburly. The storyline for this picture is very dry, boring, and lacking. The acting is solid but the script and character development is just okay. The cast includes Sean Penn, Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, Meg Ryan, Gary Shandling, Chazz Palminteri, and Elaine Corral Kendall."You're getting me wet. Don't get me wet."I came across this on cable and had to DVR it (Indie Channel). This grabbed my attention due to fantastic cast but unfortunately that wasn't enough to save this dreadful movie. There wasn't much going on here and I recommend skipping this."You enjoy hitting people?"Grade: D
Craig F (au) wrote: In memory of Bob Hoskins...one of his best roles (he was nominated for an Oscar for it)..also one of Neil Jordan ("he Crying Game") best movies as well. Highly recommended.
Nathaniel B (ca) wrote: Eerily quiet, strikingly charming, with beautifully framed visuals and unexpected gravitas. Scored with an incredible soundtrack to boot.
RA L (nl) wrote: LETTERBOX. Es una stira al ser humano y a su vocacin para la miseria. Como tal, el espectador se compromete a rechazar el desprecio manifestado (aunque alivianado por algunas estampas) o a ser cmplice y rerse de los personajes... A veces no hay ms remedio que rerse, pero esta pelcula descansa sobre una plataforma desagradable aunque no fcilmente cuestionable. Eso s: es redundante. / It is a satire of human beings and their vocation for misery. As such, the viewer commits to reject such manifested disdain (though somewhat eased by certain scenes) or to join in laughing at the characters... Sometimes laughs cannot be helped, but this movie rests upon a very unpleasant--though hardly questionable--platform. However, it is redundant.
Michael T (mx) wrote: Ray Milland starred in and directed this minimalist Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi film for AIP. While heading out on a family fishing trip, Harry Baldwin (Milland), his wife Ann (Jean Hagen) and two teen-aged children, Rick (pop star Frankie Avalon) and Karen (Mary Mitchell) are appalled to see a mushroom cloud forming over the L.A. skyline. Their home gone and the United States under nuclear attack, Harry decides that his family must survive. As they head into the Sierras, the highways become clogged with refugees fleeing the fallout and civilization and law and order crumble. Milland tries to preserve civilization, but purposely cuts himself and his family off from society out of fear and that threatens to make him as savage as the gang of 'greaser' punks he eventually comes into conflict with. Year Zero refers to an emergency UN resolution to declare that the Post-World War III world is starting over again, at Year Zero. The somewhat less sentimental No Blade of Grass owes as much to this film as it does to John Christopher's novel.
Brian K (gb) wrote: The scenery was as lush and breathtaking as the carnaval costumes were colorful. There are some moments where the incorporation of the legend felt a little forced and the acting wasn't exactly top-notch but the confident direction from Marcel Camus more than makes up for it.
Private U (ru) wrote: Whenever someone looks at an older film and dismisses it's sexist, classist, racist portrayal as "part of the time," I'll point to this film as an example of awareness beyond its time and potential disregarded by much of Hollywood.
Libby T (ru) wrote: This is a good movie with good music.
Wes S (it) wrote: Nice sets, atmosphere, and a lot of good potential, but stale hollow characters and slow pacing makes the film rather hard to enjoy. There's a lot of cool scenes and a few thrilling moments, but it still gets slow and bland from time to time, and the film never seems to get off on anywhere.