A group of friends reunite ten years after their high-school graduation.
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P P (it) wrote: Put together a couple of brilliant actors and let them dance a verbal (and literal) pas de deux. Engaging script by Hanif Kureshi. This one is painful to watch at times, but never loses its charm. A winner.
bill s (ag) wrote: Terriffic drama that is well acted character study that had me empathising with these characters.....we need more of these great little indies,very welcomed surprise.
Rendan L (ag) wrote: It's starts well enough but begins to lose interest as it drops story threads in favor of following the Rocky formula and devoting time to a cartoon villain. Grade: C-
Daniel P (us) wrote: Interesting insight into a morally questionable industry, but as a whole it's uneven, focusing too much on the spectacle of the industry's annual trade show at the expense of the in-depth interviews about what words like beauty, confidence, natural, etc. mean and the connection to one's hair. Worth seeing once for the revelations about "Indian Hair" and the chemical composition of hair relaxant alone... not to mention Chris Rock's stated motive of trying to figure what to tell his daughters about their own hair.
Jason B (es) wrote: This is a moving, deep, intellectual film that makes you think as you watch the beautiful images brought to life by an artistic cinematographer. The film is about a young man who suffers from epilepsy, but his cultural beliefs lead him to believe something is wrong with him on a mystical level, something to do with unresolved issues of his ancestors. Throughout the film we are confronted again and again by images of prophecy from this young man, images which tend to change his life is dramatic ways. It is a love story, it is a freedom story, it is a surreal story, it is all you could think of to find in a film that is both entertaining and provoking. By the end of the film the audience will lose track of space and time and be left in silence. This is truly a great film, one I would recommend to anyone who owns a DVD player.
Tatsuhito K (de) wrote: The baffling third act completely took me out of it. It just didn't make any sense. I admire its artistic decision; it's a visually and aurally sumptuous movie. The cinematography, the costumes, the set design, and the score are all remarkable. The first 40 minutes of the film is absolutely horrifying and yet enthralling, so it is a shame that the rest of the movie becomes gradually dull and doesn't quite live up to the height of the first act. Ben Whishaw gives a solid performance as the protagonist, but the other performances are not so captivating (with the exception of Dustin Hoffman.) Kudos to director Tom Tykwer for adapting a supposedly-unfilmable novel into a very artistic but somewhat emotionally hollow film. Perfume is a bizarre movie that makes you scratch the back of your head after the viewing.
Jase T (es) wrote: Though it's perspective still retains the common white man's burden as seen through the eyes of the ignable taurist, the film does effectively portray the sense of death and life inherant within cambodia's dark history and spiritual atmosphere. You can't help but feel a sense of intence guilt over the moral wasteland that is it's central characters. Summed up simply enough with James Khan's Kareoke horror tragedy that obtained a strange cathartic sadness for me. I like Matt Dillon and Overall I enjoyed it and it ended with an up beat tone which echoed elements of hope.
Nik B (gb) wrote: I was looking for more of an insite into the man. Not necessarily about filmmaking, but more about the man. Maybe about the music for which he's tour performing, but you don't get that here. The travel footage is mostly circumstantial shots of hotels and breakfast and papparazzi. This is fun for a Woody fan, just seeing the cantankorous old fart hanging out. The performance footage starts out quick and choppy but then the camera lingers more and you get to see some great performances out of the group. Woody especially is quite surprising in a couple of solos bringing great emotion out of the clarinet, an often-annoying sounding instrument. Stay tuned to the end to see Woody wrestle with his still-unsupportive parents to understand how easily a man become as weird as Mr. Allen.
Alexander Z (mx) wrote: License to Drive contains all the classic 80s tropes that are most associated with John Hughes and got tiresome quite quickly, but surprisingly manages to rise above it and become a fun night-time adventure. It's helped by the very charismatic Haim and Graham, who often get written off as bad actors. It's a simple plot with simple resolutions, but sometimes that's exactly what you're looking for.
James H (br) wrote: 77/100. A very real and believably done movie, and it makes a powerful statement in a simple but persuasive way. What is amazing is how excellent the mostly non professional cast is, especially Rosaura Revueltas. She gives a beautiful and sensitive portrayal. Director Herbert J. Biberman does an excellent job developing the characters. Surprisingly the film has a feminist slant, one of the earliest examples of that in cinema. Making the film even more interesting is the group of men that participated in the film, producer Paul Jarrico, actor Will Geer, director Biberman and screenplay writer Michael Wilson were victims of the Blacklist. Very well done and a good of what you can do without much of a budget.
Reece L (kr) wrote: Subtle and profoundly moving, "Umberto D." is both crushingly depressing and gloriously life-affirming in equal measure.
Cameron E (kr) wrote: Visceral, real and raw.
Christian G (kr) wrote: No hay peor pelcula de Hellraiser que est. Espero.
George T (kr) wrote: sssssuuuucccccckkkkkkeeeeeddddd
Chad D (br) wrote: A classic Disney adventure that melds all its features together perfectly.