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Tony C (au) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies
Michael K (ru) wrote: Very important documentary about the oil companies unstoppable greed. What is better than a lot of money? More money! Oil companies are not interested in alternative fuel promotion because then they lose control of the consumer and lose all their profits in fossil fuels. Watch this and witness the greed of a handful of fools that reaches the very top of government in the form of a trained monkey that only recently was the president of America for an astounding 2 terms .....
Paul C (ag) wrote: First off I will say that the story didn't really have much going for it. So at that point I thought it would be hard to keep myself interested. But there was one thing that no matter what happened in the movie, always had me smiling. It was Patrick Warburton. He is an actor that has a very distinct voice that you will always remember. Every time he talked in the movie, I was laughing. Some of the dialog he used was cheesy, but worked since he had such a funny voice. There were some other interesting characters, but they were not as good. Andy Dick was the so called bad guy. It is hard to like Andy Dick as certain characters. He seemed to fit as this one though. The girl that was working for Warburton was Elaine Hendrix. I didn't like her as the character she was. She was a bit annoying. So overall if it wasn't for Warburton and some of his interesting and funny lines, I am not sure if I would of liked the movie at all.
alan j (kr) wrote: Christian Petzold has a knack for making films that are interesting to watch with his long interludes, silence and long takes, and interesting, flawed characters, buit in the end not much happens, or whatever happens, does so conveniently. Still its worth a watch once.
Becky T (gb) wrote: I thought it was really cute with a heartfelt ending
Ollie W (fr) wrote: Two stars go to the excellent Tom Wilkinson who is undoubtably the only reason to see this, otherwise Sean Bean struggles to control his outrageous Sheffield accent, Larry Lamb effectively overacts his way off the big screen forever and Windsor's direction goes largely unnoticed. A dark, overwrought and unintelligent attempt to breathe life in to this stale Brit-gangster genre.
harlan d (kr) wrote: Desert Heat could have been a GREAT movie if it would have been done right. The first 10 mins was interesting, but then it just got... well... typical. If your a action movie buff, or a JCVD fan then this film is worth checking out. Otherwise its nothing special and wont have anything in it that you haven't seen 100 times over! Sorry JCVD, I had hopes for this one from the trailer... unfortunately it didn't come through.
Damien K (fr) wrote: I loved it and I really like Lili Taylor, I don't care what any one else thinks about it. Valerie Solanas is amazing and I can't way for the chance to see "Up Your Ass".
Foong M (ca) wrote: I have never felt like wasting 3 hours of my life by watching this movie. The movie started with a steamy sex scene, where i thought could be typical French movie. After that, I still could not find any clue where this movie is coming from and going to. I have no idea where the director wanted to bring us to. There is no plot with deep thought, nor the director wanted to focus on the strength of the actors or actresses' performances.There are some funny scene, say an horny woman put Zorg into her vagina and asked him to eat pussy! That was really funny. Other than that, the love that Zorg showed to Betty was a touching one. Otherwise I cant find anything amusing nor thoughtful in this movie. Purely waste of time......
bill s (ag) wrote: I hate when movies look so good early in but evaporate into the nothingness of cliche as the movie moves on.
Jonathan K (br) wrote: At 1st I wanted to turn the movie off because it seemed to go into an intellectual yet undesirable direction, that the end would be disastrous, as so often European movies are. However, the film does well in using the uneasy music of several sources, mostly Debussy (if I remember the piece correctly) and it does well in executing the story through "showing" rather than "telling", which something instructors tell you in fiction writing classes.
Mara m (ru) wrote: I vey much enjoyed this movie, the atmosphere was great I enjoyed the creepiness of the movie. Rob Zombie always manages to make his movies very fierce and out there. I must say I love a lot of Rob Zombies films.
Brett B (au) wrote: another really bad sequal....ice cube would be out of breath in about 10 seconds haha
Robert A (ca) wrote: Good movie about a tragic story. Also on a side note I didn't really know who Jared Leto was. Then I saw this, looked him up, then found out he's the lead singer of 30 Seconds to Mars. Hahaha. Now I know.