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Barbara C (gb) wrote: Last Chance Harvey is a delightfully quite clean romantic story with great acting!
Kurt B (mx) wrote: Low-budget, animation-heavy rant against the CCTV society.
Joleen K (gb) wrote: Awesome movie - slow start, but worth watching to the very end!A little difficult to interpret the Scottish accent and Zulu subtitles slow it down only in the beginning. Very inspirational.
John K (it) wrote: This new school horror presents itself as something completely different than what it eventually becomes. The twist / shift in the middle of the film is so jarring, it may put some people off completely. It almost feels a bit goofy, though I'm sure that's not intentional. Still, the originality and ambition is something to be admired, and a savagely graphic butchery scene is a nice addition. First time writer/director Jonas Barnes shows promise and a decent understanding of what it takes to make a polished, mainstream film behind the camera - even if his script is a bit rough and disjointed. He manages some good performances, particularly from Bruce Thomas, the young boy's father. And as a side note, Bill Mosley as a police officer is a fantastic thing to see. The third act is a nice payoff, and it becomes a decent and rather bloody horror if you can handle the transition at the halfway point.
Lee M (jp) wrote: La Bruce is first and foremost a dedicated destroyer of cinema, and his chaotic movies are his weapons. If you can handle that, Reich feels just right.
Bradford D (nl) wrote: This is an engaging mystery driven by well-developed characters. It keeps you guessing while you see the same moment in time as remembered (fabricated?) by the various characters. Yes, it's basically a "locked door' mystery (I don't buy that it's noir at all), but that's only the window dressing. These are interesting, multi-dimensional characters that are damaged by the circumstances life has thrust upon them. For those of you who are bothered by sex and the naked human body, feel free to skip this one and go enjoy "a bit of the old ultra-violence."
Gavin C (ru) wrote: Before Phillip Pullman, J.K. Rowling, and Rick Riordan, there was Madeleine L'Engle, one of the greatest science fiction and fantasy writers who made a classic known as "A Wrinkle in Time", a captivating and distinctive children's novel that treated us like adults. Before she died in 2007, her book was translated into a TV movie from Disney in 2004 (seven years ago) starring Katie Stuart, Gregory Smith, David Dorfman, Kate Nelligan, Allison Elliot and Alfre Woodard. I've read the book after seeing this and I think it was a very wonderful adaptation. It's not great, perse, but it was actually faithful to the book. Apparently, I do have some problems with this film. The storyline has a few flaws including the characterization of Mrs. Which, the town of Camazotz being unterrifying, and Dennys and Sandy Murry's personalities being changed. The CGI effects were kind of mediocre (not good, but not terrible) and the pacing was just plain awful. There are a few good things, however. The characters' performances were very fantastic when it comes to an A-Cast. The storyline was well-developed as well as Meg Murry's character growth it gives the characters enough screentime and the visuals were very amazing. Jeff Danna's music score was emotive and innovative and the christian message about the power of love was actually faithful. A Wrinkle in Time lacks in any depth due to its flaws, but its, without doubt, a faithful adaptation of a great novel. I was shocked to see that lots of people hated it for not being translated into theaters. To those who love/hate it, there's some good news that Disney plans to remake the novel due to the success of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Long story short: A really good TV movie and it's worth seeing. 3.5/5
Krystal M (ca) wrote: Great ending to a lackluster movie.
peter w (us) wrote: 3/4 Its forgetable, but its ok effects make the movie funny and scary.
Jeff B (ag) wrote: Somewhat bizarre character study that takes a turn for the very dark about halfway through the film. Good performances all-around, except by the "Mongolian" cast. Also, Woody Strode is underused (in general) and makes the briefest of appearances in this film. I would have like to have seen more of such a quality actor.
Todd B (mx) wrote: If you were into Shadowrun back in the day, this movie was exactly what you wanted your game to be!