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A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies
Martin Scorsese celebrates American movies from the silent classics to the Hollywood of the Seventies. Films featured include: 'The Searchers', 'Citizen Kane', 'Intolerance' and 'The Crowd'.
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Jill R (mx) wrote: I didn't hate the movie I thought it was decent the movie wasn't awful like everyone said it was adults shouldn't see it but I enjoyed it it had flaws but it wasn't awful and this is still a negative review Grade C+
Mike W (es) wrote: This is just weird enough to make it interesting.
James W (mx) wrote: I remember when I first got my 3D TV I was desperate to buy this, it looked amazing, and I couldn't wait to experience the depth and beauty of the Grand Canyon. When I got round to watching it I was a bit disappointed, purely because the repetition of camera shots of the Canyon and the dull narration was giving me a bit of a headache. But now I have re watched it and my mind has changed! I love all the cinematography, it's stunning, the narration still has a few dull spots but you don't have to pay attention as the 3D is immersive enough to distract you. Water splashing into my glasses and amazing close ups of the Canyon edges, it was breathtakingly shot along with plenty of pop out the screen moments, I did like some of the information and people featured in the documentary, it was interesting. The best part of this experience is the water rafting as it was so exciting! River At Risk gives you a new dimension and viewpoint of the Canyon, and it will take you on a fun adventure.
Andrey B (gb) wrote: Interesting movie, beautifully acted and shot but i think that its black humor at times is inappropriate.
Ali P (es) wrote: OLTRE DI UN CAPOLAVORO , E' FANTASTICO
Dillinger P (gb) wrote: Much like Fricke's other work, Baraka is a powerhouse of visual excellence, showing off everything from nature to religion, unexplained places on earth to horrendous imagery in plain sight. Its a wonder and a joy to watch. The music accompanies the visual aspect pitch perfectly and the contributors do a great job of staying as naturalistic as possible on camera, yet again though the same problem with Samasara also occurs here, its running time. There is no doubt that every single shot in this piece is expertly crafted and its content either harrowing or outright gorgeous, however after the hour mark, it really starts becoming difficult to watch, the wonders of the world where Fricke go to still stay impressive but its hard for a viewer to take so much of it in, in one sitting that by the end you really are slightly underwhelmed by the what you are seeing, even though it is clearly stunning. If both Baraka and Samasara were half an hour shorter they would be master piece must owns for everyone on the planet, however due to the running time, only people with vast qauntities of patience will be able to stomach this film in one sitting.
Carol H (ag) wrote: Another one of those films I don't have a real opinion about. I didn't hate it, but I also didn't love it.
Richard L (de) wrote: This is a crime movie directed by Alfred HITCHCOCK that he adapted from a play. The storyline is interesting, there are a few twists and even some humor tossed in, but there are also long parts with exhaustive, tedious explanations.
David W (es) wrote: A modern action comedy capable of blending two genres
Justin B (ca) wrote: Very hard movie to sit through. Despite a stellar cast (minus, personally, Nick Swardson as the main character) and wonderful world building and animation, the writing is God awful. Lowest common denominator jokes abound with plot threads that lead nowhere amount to what could've been an enjoyable 15 minute Adult Swim short being a difficult to watch feature length mess.I did chuckle at some truly funny moments, particularly in cameos by Paul F. Thompkins and John Benjamin, but it wasn't enough to save the lackluster comedy and it really hurt to see some great comedians fail to hit the marks.