Based on a story by David Shaw adapted by Robert Hararin, the film tells the story of an army captain who is torn between an ex-Nazi cafe singer and the U.S. congresswoman investigating her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Edward K (nl) wrote: this was a good movie i love found footage films
Saurabh S (es) wrote: Quite a tautly wired film, this.
Dillinger P (it) wrote: Starts off well but by the end neither Clive Owen or Vincent Cassell can save this film from just how preposterous it is.
Shawn S (us) wrote: This is a little different from the last few installments, but not enough to make it interesting.
RepoMan Ready to Repossess Y (de) wrote: Its a pretty bad movie, but one Ive been dying to see for years. I saw it back in 2002 and ever since I've been going crazy to find the name of it.
Brandon S (kr) wrote: Having been a big fan of Kevin Smith and his previous works ("Clerks" and "Mallrats"), as well as his post-'90s work ("Clerks 2", "Red State"), I had the same relative expectations going into "Chasing Amy". That was a big mistake. Not to knock his other works in any way, because I love them all, but this is his finest work.It's certainly his most direct work, that is. Smith's work lacks style and that's sort of the point. Life lacks style a lot of times, and that's what his movies are: reflections of life. In this type of situation the average man wouldn't know how to react, and being someone who's had trouble with a girlfriend's past before, this movie is spot-on.The script has a naturalism and ease to it that some of his other work hasn't had. "Clerks" was made to relate to average guys that love to talk about sex and Star Wars. I'm not that guy. "Mallrats" was made for guys like Kevin and his buddies who love to hang out at the mall all the time. That ain't me either. "Chasing Amy" doesn't really have a distinct audience that it gravitates towards. It has universal themes, and either you get it or you don't. I know plenty of people who hate Kevin's movies, and I know plenty of people who love them to death. Neither one is wrong per say, because all film is subjective, but this is one that can't be argued as unrelatable.Kevin Smith is a talented wordsmith (no pun intended) with a pension for honesty. He never barries the lead, and I respect that even if I don't always agree with him. This is a stellar film and a strong dose of honesty.
Jayakrishnan R (kr) wrote: 84%Saw this on 16/7/15David Lynch is one of the worst directors of all time mostly because he resorts to the same technique that he has been using ever since his first film, ie by making films that no one can understand even if you watch it over a 100 times( that makes the job easy, make a shitty movie, the audience would interpret it into something out of the ordinary). That being said, Lynch's films are an extreme guilty pleasures for me. Lost Highway may be the best work of the director yet. It's well made and well shot, the acting is fine, but Patricia Arquette is unbearable and she is there only in this film to strip. Though Lynch treats women( in general) in a bad way by using them only for nude scenes, being a man, I find it extremely pleasing to the eye. Unlike the other Lynch films, this one doesn't bore you out, I kept on watching the film, expecting that all air will be cleared by the end.
Paul D (es) wrote: Romantic drama that is always labouring with itself to impress. The script is mostly ordinary, but perks up at infrequent moments.
Cedric L (jp) wrote: Dark and atmospheric with an imaginative narrative.
Caitlin L (ag) wrote: Way confusing at times.
Berni E (ca) wrote: Some people will see/rate the story - others will see the story underneath the story....