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10.5 torrent reviews

Alfin N (ru) wrote: "Harmful films and music."

Shajie K (mx) wrote: 01/08/12 - MomFab - Was laughing from the start. Loved every second of this movie! A nice change and done wonderfully. Shahid and Priyanka were very cute and adorable all the way through.Its a shame is was a box office failure in India and i wish i had gone to watch it in the cinema's. Excellent Ron-com

Jan v (au) wrote: Title: Commendable attempt to highlight issues around life and death (euthanasia) by means of three parallel story lines that each focuses on a different situation I saw this film at the Film Fest Ghent 2014, where it was part of the official Global Cinema selection. It presents several intertwined stories revolving around issues of live and death, and especially whether we are allowed to interfere. Each story zooms in on a different situation with a pending decision about the merits of continuing life when there is no hope for the future, be it an endless coma or endless addiction or endless pain. The three parallel story lines make the movie interesting, by highlighting various possible situations where this can be relevant. It allows different sides of the dilemma's to be brought forward. It is a pity that not all life-or-death choices get the same amount of focus around the final decision making, in particular we are not always in the clear how difficult it was to reach a decision, or do we know all the reasons why it was indefinitely postponed. A lot of attention was devoted to a member of parliament who was prepared to risk his career when deviating from the party line in defense for euthanasia under circumstances. He maintained his stance in spite of being pressured several times that he should not forget who (the party) gave him the position he had. Important for us to know is that he had his own experience with these issues. In the past he had ended the sickbed of his wife on her request. Actually, we saw him switching off the life support equipment. It's a pity that this scene was rather sketchy. We saw his wife asking for it, very possibly for the umpteenth time, but he may also have acted on impulse as far as we know. Thus we'll never know how long and how hard he struggled with the dilemma. His daughter supported an opposite opinion, and we see how it kept them on a distance for some time. Luckily, in the end of the movie she reads the speech he had prepared to explain his deviating vote in parliament. We observed a glimpse of mutual understanding. In other words, there is a chance that she will get a better feeling for his point of view. This was the final scene; a definite change of her mind is left open ended. Also a lot of attention was devoted to Eluano's family, a well known case that was heavily debated in Italy. The impact of her 17 years lasting coma, with all the public discussions around her, was showing on all members of the household. Especially her parents had opposite views on the matter, but both hesitated to take definitive action either way. We saw of lot of visitors insisting on praying for Eluano to keep her on life support, and we saw similar praying sessions elsewhere, all of these along the religious view lines on the matter, and particularly against any action to terminate her life. Such a continuous influence cannot fail to leave a lasting impression, even knowing that it is very easy for outsiders to take a formalistic stand in this, not seeing the daily struggle of the parents. A side note: We were lucky that we did not have to endure Berlusconi in action. We only saw him on TV a few times but for short moments. And he was mentioned several times. For instance, there was a lot of signage outside the hospital where his help was called upon to prevent Eluano from being "murdered" (not my words). All in all, though a commendable attempt to involve us in relevant discussions about the subject at hand, the movie failed halfway. This is mostly due to the scenario trying to entertain three parallel story lines while failing to maintain an even balance when showing the dilemma's and the decision making within the respective stories. Further, I was a bit confused at first, as it was not clear upfront who was who, what their connection was with the subject of euthanasia, and how they related to each other. After seeing this film, I cannot imagine that anyone has changed his of her mind. Nevertheless, it may serve as an opening for discussion in a group of people with an interest in the matter. I think that to be the primary merit of this movie. Everyone can easily recognize their own dilemma's, and thereby identify themselves with the central theme.

Bengel W (br) wrote: This movie, though well acted is made in the style of reality TV come documentary which makes it come across as really boring. If you close your eyes for a few seconds you may be able to fall asleep, a godsend. Who really wants to see the depraved and empty lives of those that live in tinsel town. Nibbles: Dog Chocs.

Annetta K (de) wrote: Phew! I have seen so many DVDs the past couple of months I haven't had time to blog! Here's just a few quickies to start with from the backlog: [color=orange]City of Lost Children, (aka Cite des Enfant Perdus), 1995, France, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet[/color]I liked it but not as much as other Jeunet films. The familiar face of Dominique Pinon from a Very Long Engagement (another Jeunet film) as the clones was a favourite character in the film for me. [color=orange]Sylvia, 2003, directed by Christine Jeffs (Kiwi Director) & starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Daniel Craig (aka James "Blond")[/color]I thought this was quite good - refreshing to see Gwynnie in something dark and interesting for a change. Shades of "A Beautiful Mind" but then I think mental illness is fascinating and also a difficult topic to portray on film as all the action is internal i.e. cerebral. About 30mins into the film the Ted Hughes (DC) character is chatting to a couple of sycophants following his poetry recitation - well - tiny bit'o'goss but the young ladies in question are a couple of Kiwi actresses - Robyn Malcolm and Tandi Wright (the film was partially filmed in NZ). Regular viewers of the Kiwi TV show "Shortland St" will recognise them! [color=orange]Remember Me, (aka Ricordati di me), 2003, Italy[/color]Good family drama with loads of extremely attractive Italians - kids are leaving the nest, and as a result the parents are splitting in opposite directions & struggling to hold their marriage together. The bella Monica Bellucci has a small but attractive (!) part as the dad's mistress and love of his life. [color=orange]School of Rock, 2003[/color]This was the best movie I've seen with Jack Black to date. His enthusiasm and energy is so contagious, I was zipping about my flat for ages afterwards smiling and singing! Most of the scenes were credible but there were a couple of corn'n'cheese moments like when the kids finally get to perform in front of their parents. Overall - totally awesome! :D [color=orange]Batman Begins, 2005[/color]In my view, critics were right, proclaiming this as probably the best Batman film to date. Christian Bale was true to form, portraying the intensity and depth of character necessary for the storyline. Katie Holmes was an interesting choice as the childhood sweetheart - once you get past the girly voice she showed backbone as the tough, driven attorney. Talk about role reversal! Gary Oldman as the endearing cop and Liam Neeson as the baddie made for a refreshing change. Awesome DVD 2 disc special edition (once I worked out how to navigate through it! Nearly missed the bulk of its content cos I couldn't work out you had to move to animated objects on each menu screen and select to get to each feature - doh!). [color=orange]Naughty Girl, (aka Mondo Meyer Upakhyan), 2002, India[/color]Forgot that I'd already seen this one! It is quite funny (the taxi driver lumbered with the old farts) and worth a look (the "naughty" young girl is a heroic character in her struggle to continue her education and avoid getting "sold" to a creepy old guy) but not enough for me to watch a second time. A heapload more to write up to come ... sometime!

Michael W (br) wrote: Manned mission to Mars uncovers unexpected encounter with alien life. Sluggish first half gives way to a more interesting second half once the rescue mission reaches Mars. Sadly, the alien looks like a cartoon; amazing to consider how much more real the fx looked 25 years before in CLOSE ENCOUNTERS.

Rob L (ru) wrote: Over-the-top. Very bad. Steven Seagal is so bad. Who knew his directing would be worse then his acting.

Nikistratos P (gb) wrote: linda didn't have to do that.........she had more talent

Leena L (jp) wrote: "Excuse me, sir. Seeing as how the V.P. is such a V.I.P., shouldn't we keep the P.C. on the Q.T.? 'Cause if it leaks to the V.C. he could end up M.I.A., and then we'd all be put out in K.P."My Vietnam Weekend continues. Robin Williams is doing what he is good at: being funny! Totally different kind of film than the one from last night (Apocalype now, redux), showing the way the information gets distorted by the establishments, such as army, to keep a certain image intact. Film also has a nice soundtrack to it and unlike most other Vietnam films, not too much shooting or dead bodies!

Ken S (ca) wrote: Like the "Airplane" of Gangster movies, maybe a little less over the top, and definitely underrated. Michael Keaton is pretty much the perfect guy as the lead in this, not only is he a great comic actor, but he has that look that reminded me of a Paul Muni type. If you've seen those classic gangster flicks of the 30s, Amy Heckerling made this pretty good send up of them. It has a great cast in Keaton, Piscopo, Henner, even Boyle and DeVito are in there for good measure. The movie is pretty funny, in particular the "testicle educational film" is a pretty great bit. In my opinion, an underseen and underrated parody flick from the 80s.