In this excoriating satire of the fashion industry, Polly Maggoo is a 20-year-old Brooklyn-born fashion model in Paris, on the runway at the big shows where magazine editor Ms. Maxwell is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Who Are You, Polly Magoo?
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Nat H (au) wrote: Minimalist documentary style perfected. There isn't a single shot in this film that I couldn't stare at and muse over for hours. So profound and brutally simple at once, this is the sort of documentary I could watch a dozen times and draw a new, clear meaning from every time, despite the fact that there's never really much of anything going on. One of my favorites.
Geoffrey T (ca) wrote: Paper Heart suffers from few things. It has an extremely annoying main actress. I realize how subjective and unfair that is, but it's simply impossible to get past for me. And it also has small moments where it needs to scream at you that you're watching an indie film, just in case you forgot. However, everything else is very good. The film has this pervading sweetness saturating every scene, and that goes a long way to maintain consistency and likability. It's also pretty funny, and astute, if simple.
Muffin M (gb) wrote: Molly (Brittany Murphy) is a partying rock 'n' roll princess whose money just ran out. Ray (Dakota Fanning) is a fussy nine-year-old whose last nanny just ran out. Only Ray's way-too-busy mom (Heather Locklear) could think that hiring Molly would be the perfect setup for both girls. But as this unlikely pair faces everything from control issues (Ray's, of course) to tempter tantrums (Molly's, of course), they discover that sometimes, your best friend can come from the place you least expect! also stars Holly Hunter, Kathy Bates, Ron Livingston, Julianne Nicholson, Stephen Tomblowsky, Kevin Sussman and Rashida Jones.directed by Nick Hurran
Tatiana K (jp) wrote: A Guy Ritchie-type comedy with many plots that come together at the end.
Bruno R (fr) wrote: Alright, how about a very decent Mafia-type movie where a cop goes and decides that he should just fix everything by shooting all the major groups. Great acting, great action and a "holy crap" final action scene :)
Mireille B (it) wrote: I don't understand why people don't like it more. I knew nothing about this film before renting it and I was gladly surprised. John Hurt and Uma Thurman are both great and the story is very unconventional yet easy to follow.
Deven W (it) wrote: Lacks substance, songs are good, pace is too fast, and acting is eh. Stage version is 100% better
kim c (br) wrote: i like how they get even in the end and how abby fights back.
Paul D (br) wrote: Excellent offbeat British film in an alternative 'noir' style. It takes a little getting used to because of the juxtapostion of the themes but it a fairly unique piece of cinema.
Jeff B (ca) wrote: Very powerful performance from Richard Harris playing a rugby star who tries to have a relationship with his widowed landlady Rachel Roberts. It??s a realistic portrait of a character??s struggle with success and his loneliness. I??m surprised that the Academy nominated both Harris and Roberts for this film, if this came out today I couldn??t see either role getting awards attention. There are a lot of tough moments throughout and the final scenes with the two leads are pretty intense. If you watch this film expecting to see a sports film about rugby, you??ll be disappointed, but if you want to see a film with great acting and a deep story, this is that film.
Christian S (au) wrote: une bonne histoire un peu comique de rglement de compte en famille.