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Walter M (au) wrote: Say what you will about the long intrusive lines at customs these days, but you've probably never had a gun pulled on you like Arjan van Diemen(Ray Winstone) does when he tries to enter New Zealand from South Africa after the Boer War in 1903. And it has less to do with the rifle he is carrying than the long memories of the British soldiers he fought in a dirty war. Still, Major Carlysle(Gareth Reeves) allows him to enter the country, even providing a bit of work in using his tracking skills to find Kereama(Temuera Morrison), a Maori, unjustly accused of murder. The reward is 100 sovereigns alive, 25 sovereigns dead. At first, "Tracker" might seem like a lot of other movies that have come before it with apparently Ray Winstone playing another one of his patented scary badasses. But as time goes on, his excellent performance uncovers previously unseen layers to his character.(And why nobody had thought of casting Winstone as a protagonist in a western before this, I have no idea.) Even Carlysle tries to do his best for everybody concerned. And while we have seen plenty of the beautiful New Zealand scenery before in "Lord of the Rings" and the bughouse "Top of the Lake," what we are exposed to here is the less familiar brutal history of not only that country, but also that of the Boer Wars, both involving people on the wrong end of the mighty British Empire.(I love van Diemen saying he traveled to New Zealand out of curiosity of the British.) All of which adds depth to this already thoughtful and compelling story. And on a very, very minor note, I would have preferred this movie be called "75 Sovereigns."
Louis L (ru) wrote: The driver for this documentary on mercenaries/Private Military Companies (PMC) was the recognition that the PMC involvement in Iraq was greater then all non-US members of the coalition combined. The format was interviews with mercenaries and historians.This was much more evenhanded then I expected when I first heard of it. The historical point focused on the fact that mercenaries were historically heavily used, that modern times is merely continuation, and that most mercenaries had strong ethics and desire to enable good. While there are 'cowboys', the PMC representatives advocated regulation of the PMC industry (note that most of the representatives interviewed were not American). They also wanted to see PMCs under the authority of some court (e.g. The Hague) instead of the state in Iraq where PMC were effectively not under any legal authority as the CPA declared them immune from prosecution under Iraqi law.The focus is not that PMC/mercenaries are bad, despite the very silly Hollywood portrayal, but looking at how they fit into the world system as it exists. It suffers because there is no attempt to look at the entire issue, only a series of independent questions, with no thought about how the audience should take this all together.
The Critic (it) wrote: This self-consciously silly sci-fi horror from New Line - a poor man's 'Gremlins' (1984) - showcases excellent creature and special effects. The performances are okay and the plot would have benefited from a faster beat, but this a generally enjoyable ride nonetheless.
Greg W (nl) wrote: pryor is the fuel that makes this one go.
Edmund C (jp) wrote: This Peter O'Toole fan got to watch an Audrey Hepburn role for the first time today :) Fresh and humourous! Laughed at Audrey's funny lines like "there's only 2 inches of the bench left here.." and (after O'Toole asks her to take her clothes off) "Are we planning the same crime?!" Also features a young dashing Eli Wallach, who passed away at age 99 recently and acted until age 95!
Jude P (nl) wrote: You might get everything you expect from a brilliant movie !
Sapphire W (ru) wrote: Is a weird-sh1t horror movie that makes little sense and isn't particularly scary. It also has fairly appalling acting and the absolute worst musical score - cut and pasted from horror film all time clichs collection.
Timm S (fr) wrote: An Interesting Enough Lark, Not Quite On Par With A Classic Dark-Comedy. I Think The Performances Lacked A Little & Didn't Quite Hit The Mark. Possibly A Poor Casting Combination, The Charisma & Character Connection Is Not Quite Believable. It Affects The Overall Story Because While I Wanted To Laugh I Couldn't Connect With What Was Going On Very Well Other Than A Semi-Solid Performance Be Joaquin, Whom Is Always A Pretty Versatile Actor.