The film tells the story of a young man who leads a promiscuous lifestyle until several life reversals make him rethink his purposes and goals in life.
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Mikey S (br) wrote: Vince Vaughn played a really likeable leading character in this family comedy. It was great to see how he wanted to connect with his children, and it happened to have a neat storyline. There were no laugh out loud moments, and I did not really laugh too much in general, but the drama part of the movie really interested me. I enjoyed this movie very much.
Stanley C (au) wrote: Ryan Reynolds is absolutely funny here, up to the point he may be qualified to be for Canada what Rowan Atkinson is for England, YET Waiting is hardly made to be enjoyed by anyone other than restaurant staff who deal with how disgusting and repulsive it is to work at a restaurant, and a 1 and a half hour movie that's entirely about working at a restaurant is sure to taste a little past date.
Kevin S (ag) wrote: A movie like this really makes you appreciate what someone like Kevin Smith can do with a low budget comedy. While the film incorporates a ton of pop culture referances (not just Star Trek) into the dialogue, but at no point do any of the characters really have anything clever to say about it. (ie the "Star Wars" conversation in "Clerks") McCormack looks good surrounded by poor acting proving why he went on to have a successful carrer.
Jon H (it) wrote: Great cast, but weak script in this remake of the 1973 French classic "A Pain In The Ass".
Ivan U (us) wrote: This is my all-time favorite movie ever made. I have seen it 30 times since it was released in 1961. It is very difficult to find a copy these days on DVD or VHS. Too bad. "Whistle Down the Wind" is about the power of faith within children, and the love
Michael S (es) wrote: It was okay, I can certainly applaud the effort, but it was a bit too quirky and cynical for my taste. Which is an odd combination leading to a tonally uneven film.
Anthony I (it) wrote: One of those movies that you need to see at least once. Godard is one of the fathers of modern cinema, and Breathless is one of the biggest catalysts that influenced it's formation. Whether or not you find this movie interesting is beside the point. It's commendable simply due to how it challenges every convention in film up to that point. Jump cuts abound, and 4th walls come tumbling down. Whenever you see a movie become self-aware of itself, you can thank Godard, and Breathless. For me, it's self-awareness is what makes it so enjoyable, and cool for me. The couple in this movie are like the first instances of "hipsters". Everything about this movie is sexy, and awesome. Now, I need to fully catch up on my Godard.
D Yvonne S (es) wrote: Third worst movie I've ever seen. Edgar Rice Burrough's Barsoom series is brilliant--beyond phenomenal. All this film did was steal the names of the characters and the location from his books and then create some...thing. Something else entirely. If you wanted to write/create your own story, fine-great even! Your movie would have been alright, but you tricked me into thinking this was Edgar Rice Burrough's John Carter and Princess and Barsoom and created a travesty.
Tatsuhito K (it) wrote: I don't think this is a good movie in any sense. Jonah Hex is a PG-13 rated B-movie with countless flaws and incomprehensible plot. It's an unpleasant and unexciting movie experience.
Ben L (jp) wrote: Only Angels Have Wings is a film about a crew of pilots who live in a South American town and fly the mail (and other items) in and out. Because of how dangerous their life is, they tend to turn away women and live somewhat solitary lives. Naturally when an attractive woman comes into town it becomes an event. I liked the journey for Jean Arthur's character, as she loses her innocence and starts to wonder where she belongs. Cary Grant is always brilliant and he gets to show some range here. It's also one of the better performances I've seen from Thomas Mitchell. The difficulty I had with Only Angels Have Wings is that it was somewhat slow-moving and repetitive. The slowness came out early in the film. It took awhile before I was interested in the story and I kept wishing a bit more would happen. Later on things picked up and I was more involved in the story. However the bigger problem was the repetition. The theme of the film is quite simple...flying a plane in those days and in that region was very dangerous, and yet these pilots would do it anyways. But every other scene was another guy hopping on a plane, scaring someone because he might be in danger, and then risking death in some fashion. The sound of the same words on the radios was getting really tedious by the end.What really worked well in Only Angels Have Wings was the airplane effects. Whether they were using actual plane footage or miniatures, it looked really convincing and I was always able to follow what was happening. The birds weren't quite as realistic, but I didn't mind all that much. My other favorite aspect of this film was the romance between Cary Grant and Jean Arthur. It had a different feel to it than your typical romantic drama. Grant was noble and unwilling to break Arthur's heart, while simultaneously looking out for himself and refusing to be hurt again. The conclusion of their story was scripted perfectly and gave me the warm fuzzies that I look for from that kind of movie relationship. So there were real ups and downs in my experience with Only Angels Have Wings. At times I found the movie tedious, but then other moments I found it delightful. I can't say I'd recommend it, but if you enjoy the cast of actors you might like it more. Reflecting on it, the plot actually reminded me of the TV show Deadliest Catch, a bunch of people putting their lives on the line to get the job done. If you like to watch that kind of harrowing devotion to a career then Only Angels Have Wings might be right up your alley.
Rory Fyfe S (ru) wrote: Wonderful movie, about man's man who due to accident can hear women's thoughts. Well acted, funny and romantic. A good moral heart to the story.