An Unreasonable Man

An Unreasonable Man

A look at the career of consumer advocate Ralph Nader from wannabe presidential candidate to public pariah.

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Patrick B (ag) wrote: Starts off with a somewhat entertaining premise, but fails in what should have been its most climactic moments. You will care less about most of the characters by the time it's over.

anthony b (ag) wrote: Charles Band's movies are always very hit and miss and this one is sadly very much the later!

ned w (ag) wrote: Extremely cool visuals. Demented. Epic.

Brett C (it) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:I was browsing through the library and I happen to stumble upon Bigas Luna's Jamon Jamon. The decision to give this film a watch was due to the fact that I wanted to be spontaneous and wanted to expand my mind to uncharted areas of cinema.Jamon Jamon is a blend of many tones and wraps it around a tale of love, social class, and vulnerability. With every scene, one cannot predict on how the characters would react, as the film plays around with them and shows aspects of these characters that are unusually interesting. The characters driven by their sexual desires and impulses with contributing factors of social class and ambition that makes each one feel different from one another. The plot itself is melodramatic, and the Bigas' execution and the performances of his cast promotes this, leaving me at times cringing or sighing, but every once in a while he manages to surprise me with minor character development and raw magnetism from the film's cast. Jamon Jamon does not try to be luscious or sexually intimidating, instead it plays around with it, adding a comedic element to the character's reactions that keeps it from being overly serious or dramatic; which is why I find this film hilarious that when physical intimacy is not shown on screen, the film becomes operatic, but when it does start to get steamy, it manages to become funnily natural.A central issue that I had with this film is the plot's lack of direction, not exactly knowing on what it is trying to say. Luna gives the material layers of symbolism and profound ideas but it gets lost in the fundamental narrative, leaving me only engaged with the superficial aspects of the film. The film's ending becomes dramatic to the point where one cannot empathise with the relationships portrayed on screen, but it never reached to a level of being frustrating.Jamon Jamon marks the debut of the now-acclaimed Spanish actress Penelope Cruz. She was the perfect fit as this woman who is desirable and beautiful but she allows the character to not get lost in her physical sexuality; emotions and intelligence were fleshed out, allowing the decisions that she makes feel plausible. I found her performance to be brave, especially when it comes to the sexual aspects of the film, as it is clear that she is game for it and performs these scenes without boasting her own physical attractiveness; she keeps herself within the role and works hard to maintain strong emotional chemistry with her male partners. Javier Bardem, playing a man who is hired to seduce Cruz's character, was fine in the role but I have seen roles from him that are far more complex and through those he shows unrestrained dedication, while here he manages to scrape by with his inherent sexuality and does enough with it to keep his performance from feeling too stale.Jamon Jamon was a challenging film, even if its storyline is clich and melodramatically executed, as it manages to provide thought provoking imagery and situations, though it doesn't quite justify itself by the end, and supported by the astonishing leading performance from Penelope Cruz.

Erich S (jp) wrote: one of my fav movies

Mike C (gb) wrote: Goldie & Kurt worked well together in this movie. I think the movie didn't do justice to its subject matter about womens roles during WWII. My own mother went to work at a local aircraft plant during WWII while my father joined the Navy.

Brian S (br) wrote: quite possibly the worst space invader ever...these people were worried their dead comrade was impregnated by this thing? what's going to happen, a bunch of discount halloween costumes are going to burst from his chest? I knew this was going to be 50's B-movie at best, but the title and the poster are ridiculously misleading--what you think might be borderline horror turns out to be borderline after-school special. laugh-out-loud cheesy and an enjoyable way to spend 62 minutes....but wow is this one ever awful.

Sandy M (au) wrote: It's actually better I thought it would be. Yes, the horror and the satire are there but you can also appreciate the film's subtlety on how it lets its characters interact and peel their layer off over the course of the film.

Ashley H (it) wrote: The Black Swan is a wonderful film. The cinematography is excellent and well done. The sets and costumes are incredible. Tyrone Power and Maureen O'Hara give remarkable performances. The screenplay is well written. Henry King did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this motion picture because of the adventure and history. The Black Swan is highly recommended.

Aaron G (jp) wrote: One of the most unique movies ever made.

Ashleydeth G (ag) wrote: Reeeeeaally want to see it

Holly M (es) wrote: Cute. Deserves a nice little smile, but probably not a rewatch