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David L (fr) wrote: Here's the "In-Depth" with this movie. Vinny's story is beyond inspiring. Just as they imply, this could possibly be the greatest sports comeback story of all time. It makes "Rocky" and all that followed shallow in comparison: and in addition to that it's a TRUE story. As a movie, well that's a different story. This is what I call a "Left Turn" story. Just when things have lulled you in your pushed off you seat..A big problem is that the music is less than inspiring. Again, think of Rocky. It draws out emotions but there are too many scenes that dragon far too long, especially during the recovery. I estimate that at least 15 to 20 minutes should have left on the floor. Then it would have been a much tighter timeline and nothing would have been lost. Great story, long movie. And when you say the movie was too long it usually means it wasn't great.
Les P (au) wrote: I loved this movie. Great mystery till the very end.
I am A (kr) wrote: Stone Cold is a good actor, but this movie was a little dry, but I liked it none the less.
John M (de) wrote: There are some cool creatures here, but this is a documentary destined to make people nod off to in a high school marine biology class. It??s James Cameron, utilizing the same technology he used for Titanic and Ghosts of the Abyss, taking a team down to explore the very bottom of the ocean floor. This is very much in the same vein as Cameron??s previous documentary, Ghosts of the Abyss, except never as interesting; there are parts where it is as appealing as listening to somebody drone on reading from a textbook. Where Ghosts had something to tell, this is more of a glass bottom boat ride. The best parts of this documentary is when you are looking at creatures that you haven??t seen before, and honestly, that??s what it needed more of: more freak show, less talk about the process, about volcanic and seismic activity, about? ROCKS. More creatures. It might work a lot better in the theatrical 47-minute version, but in the 99-minute cut, it gets goddamn boring and tedious.
Ashley H (us) wrote: Beyond the Sea is a decent film. It is about the singer, Bobby Darin. Kevin Spacey and Kate Bosworth give good performances. The script is okay but it drags a little bit in places. Spacey did alright in his directorial debut. I liked this motion picture but not one of my favorites.
Aiu N (au) wrote: As with other Lars Von Trier's films, it's the experience (as an audience while watching the film) is what you will find remarkable and beautiful. Compelling piece of experimental film. Not for everyone but it was good! :) Nicole Kidman is exceptional.
Tim H (es) wrote: Low budget and badly acted, everything about this flick screams made for video. Nowhere near as good as the original film, this prequel needed a lot more to make it good.
Sonya T (us) wrote: "Grand Prix" is a visual and exhilarating ride! Filmed in 1966 and directed by the talented John Frankenheimer of "Manchurian Candidate" fame, "Grand Prix" is a must see film about racing. I recently saw this wonderful movie and was completely awestruck at the cinematography and brilliant direction. The film incorporates actual formula 1 racing and has famous drivers such as Jim Clark, Graham Hill and Juan Manuel Fangio making cameo appearances. The film begins with Aerial shots of the "Circuit de Monaco" and cameras mounted on the hood and back of a Ford GT40 driven by Championship driver Phil Hill, makes this an authentic film complete with heart stopping footage. The audience is immediately placed in the driver's seat as formula 1 kisses every curve through beautiful Monaco, France, and the famous Monza racetrack in Italy. The story follows four Formula 1 drivers: Pete Aron, played by James Garner trying to make a comeback, English driver Scott Stoddard (Brian Bedform) recovering from a car crash and strongly resembling famous race car driver Jim Clark, actor Yves Montand as the seasoned French driver Sarti who gets involved with American Journalist played by Eva Marie Saint and Italian newcomer race car driver Nino Barlini played by Antonio Sabato. The film runs a bit long on their personal stories. Romantic leading ladies in the story line include actress Jessica Walter and French singer, Franoise Hardy. Shot in Super Panavision 70, "Grand Prix" was presented in theaters in 70mm Cinerama (curved movie screens). "Grand Prix" won three Academy Awards for Best Sound, Best Sound Effects, and Best Film Editing. Frankenheimer, a real car racing enthusiast was nominated for Outstanding Director by the Director's Guild of America. Doing much of his own driving was James Garner, who after making the film took up racing. His skills on the set impressed formula 1 drivers Graham Hill and Jack Brabham to such a degree, they told him he could have been a successful Grand Prix driver had he not gone into acting.
Kristy aka Pippen (gb) wrote: Hilarious!! C'mon, a husband who thinks he's dying tries to set up his wife with a new man who he personally despises. It rocks!!
Carlos M (gb) wrote: A seminal classic of horror by master Alfred Hitchcock, with some of the most memorable iconic scenes in the history of Cinema. Tense, horrific and a superb lesson in filmmaking, it offers well-constructed characters, a lot of revealing dialogue and a huge regard for details.
Indira S (mx) wrote: "Bad Teacher" was even better than this,,