Who Gets to Call It Art?

Who Gets to Call It Art?

Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Henry Geldzahler reflects on the 1960s pop art scene in New York.

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Who Gets to Call It Art? torrent reviews

Joshua W (br) wrote: I found the original blair witch not that great, still ok at best, the fact that they kept this a secret for so long makes the movie that much better. Not perfect, but definitely one of the better found footage horror movies out there

Meghna P (au) wrote: my expectations of this movie were obviously a lot higher than warranted. but that's always the risk with low budget, made for artsy audiences kind of movies.

Jim B (ca) wrote: I liked the idea in the beginning but I slowly became uninterested by the second half.

Inta K (au) wrote: ok. sweet teen movie

Tim W (gb) wrote: Ok I caved and watched it. Meh, it wasn't terrible but its basically the same 2 jokes the whole time, plus its loud and flashy and pretty weak and cliched. The humour wasn't very funny and the characters were really flimsy, plus the plot was nothing great. Then it tried to get all emotional and deep but failed at that. Couldn't be funny or heartfelt or scary or exciting.

Ciara T (nl) wrote: i'm not sure which movie of the crow i liked best... becuase there the same thing

Sean L (mx) wrote: Frank Sinatra helms a cast of some of the nastiest self-serving bums, bastards and burnouts you'll ever come across. As the recently-detoxed card dealer Frankie, Sinatra walks from rehab straight back into the belly of the beast, flaunting his sparkling new outlook on life before a block full of characters who know better than to trust any style of clean living will last long. At its core, this is a damning glimpse into the coal-black heart of addiction and withdrawal that doesn't limit itself strictly to drug use. While the most striking scenes are undoubtedly zoned in on Frankie's habit, particularly the brutal cold turkey scenes near the finale, in the supporting cast there's an equally poignant message about the similarities you'll find in the overuse of any intoxicating experience, whether it be heroin, gambling or love itself. An impressively fresh, open-minded picture that's less concerned with painting the drugs themselves in a poor light than it is the weak-willed men and women who overuse them. My only major complaint is that it could've used a bit of fat-trimming, as its run time is a bit on the long side

Matthew N (ca) wrote: 4.3 on 10That wicked witch of the west type shizzz, that wild wild wild west.Recommend.

Mia A (es) wrote: Rotten Tomatoes hates every movie I like. Which is why I refuse to watch every other highly rated movie. Bruno scored better than this on this dumb website and that mere fact is annoying.The movie pulled me in--left me unfulfilled, but reminds me just how unforgiving life is.

Emily A (nl) wrote: This is a failure. The source material is so fascinating and should have been great as a film, but this should have been no longer than half an hour for the plot it had. Jonze did show the material accurately (children's retreats into their imagination to purge their wildness in order to learn to be civilized), but who knew children's imaginations were so boring and dragged out. Not me. It was good, just was an hour + too long. Such a shame. Good effects though.

Al S (mx) wrote: The best martial-arts action picture since The Raid. It's a terrifically old-school fight movie that has a the perfect blend of revenge, martial arts and suspense. It's way better than the original film, it's not as rushed and does not have a comic book feel to it. Director, Isaac Florentine crafts an ultra-stylish and explosively thrilling action classic. One of the best action movies of this era hands down. The fight sequences are so authentic and well done, they pack real punch to them and show the film makers and cast have real love and respect for the arts. A heart-pounding and adrenaline-pumping action-packed thriller that you will love if your a fan of martial arts movies. An edge of your seat thrill-ride that explodes with suspense, dazzle and sheer spectacle. It's literally an action movie knockout. Scott Adkins gives a great and gritty performance, he proves once again why he is one of the true action kings. Adkins movements are just incredible, no one moves like him and pays great tribute to the likes of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. It's epic action poetry in motion.