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Harry E (ag) wrote: The late Ral Ruiz's final film is a perfect way to draw a cinematic life to a close. It's a beautiful meditation on approaching the end of one's life, with memories, dreams and phantasms of the mind exquisitely interwoven. We often can't really tell which is which amidst the film's quirky and surreal humor, which is also sustained throughout. The film is characterized by languid camera movement with meticulous scene choreography and composition; unanticipated revelations lie just around corners and outside the frame, and seeing them appear is consistently disarming. There's a real sense of magic in the film's direction. And - *spoiler alert, I guess* - Ruiz doesn't settle for a traditionally beautifully wrapped-up conclusion; the movie goes beyond what feels like a perfect endpoint (and the film would still hold its power were it to end there) and moves into one more perplexing sequence, ultimately cutting to black mid-dialogue. Sounds from behind the scenes on the set are heard over the end credits, and as the final credit rolls, the movie ends with the sound of Ruiz calling, 'Cut!' What a way to go. (Ironically, this is the first Ruiz film I have seen; I'm already convinced of his mastery of the art of cinema, and I'm eager to explore the rest of his filmography.)
Kevin L (kr) wrote: Pierce Brosnan plays to type as the cold debonair businessman who falls in love. This story of mature romance was tactfully handled and sumptuously shot.
Laramie P (nl) wrote: awesome movie but the ending sucked
David E (jp) wrote: This was a way better movie than I thought it was going to be; based on the fact that I consider myself an expert on "plot/storyline-predicting"... EVERY time I would try to predict things, I turned out to be wrong (which I loved to be proved wrong in this area). The makeup/ effects were mind-blowing! I misjudged this movie from the start, thinking I was not going to like it. It surprised me at every turn that is why I give it five stars. Give it a try you might be surprised!
Benjamin (ag) wrote: Not as good as the first as the first had actual stars like Kristen Bell, Ian Somerhalder, Christina Milian and Jonathan Tucker in it. This one had no 1 famous although some movies with no 1 real famous in it like When a stranger calls, Eden Lake and The Grudge 3 are very terrific and awesome but in Pulse 2's case that just wasnt workin for it!!!
Matej D (us) wrote: It's one of the most underrated movies. The movie perfectly explains what's going on in a man's life and his head when torn between a wife and a girlfriend.
David S (us) wrote: Lethal Weapon 3 is a playfully fun movie that displays the arrogant humour of Gibson and partner Glover very well. With an annoying sidekick (Pesci) that the movie could do without, this sequel showcases more destruction in the name of vengeance and good entertainment. The Lethal Weapon duo are a timeless classic that will withstand time for many years to come. Although being one of the worst of the four-film franchise, it still holds its own.
Chad R (kr) wrote: If you haven't seen Hoosiers yet... what planet have you been living on? Probably my favorite basketball movie of all-time.
Dann M (mx) wrote: Slow Burn is a clever and stylized crime drama. The story follows district attorney Ford Cole as he investigates an assault on his assistant Nora Timmer, but the investigation takes a strange turn when an informant tells him that Timmer is working for a local crime lord. The cast includes Ray Liotta, Jolene Blalock, Mekhi Phifer, and LL Cool J; all of whom give good performances. Additionally, the story is well crafted, and is able to effectively build suspense and dramatic tension. Full of intrigue and mystery, Slow Burn is a provocative film that's quite compelling.
Jack G (fr) wrote: Kershner and Carpenter and Jones and Dunaway. Oh yeah.
Andrew K (ca) wrote: Watchable and well made British war movie with a nice cast.
Ethan P (es) wrote: Into the Wild is an odd, hipster film that beats to its own drum, much like its main character, but that doesn't stop it from being just as engaging and thought-provoking as the book that inspired it. It's different, but I liked it. It's an outdoors, woodsy, weird, haven't showered in five days sort of movie. It's an elusive, edgy character study that follows Alex Supertramp as he abandons society and finds his new self in the wilderness, among strangers. It has some beautiful cinematography in the American countryside and Alaskan winter wilderness, but it also has some odd plotting and editing. The story bounces all over in both place and time, so it never really allows the audience to orient themselves. Alex is very interesting as a character, he abandons normality searching for happiness and freedom and independence and partially finds them. He rejects things like titles, honors, money. He likes getting to know people, but leaves when he gets too close and enjoys being alone. I think the film, as odd and as hard to pin down as it is, is meant to inspire and caution the audience. It's exhilarating to watch Alex as he adventures and conquers new horizons, but it's also sad to watch him slowly detach himself from the world and become very alone. I guess what I took from it was that you have to live life and go after what makes you happy, but you have to do it reasonably with the people you love. One thing I didn't appreciate was the melodramatic narration of his sister in the background, i felt that was irritating and could've been done some other way. The film also lacked focus and was sort of a collage of adventures rather than a story. They all revealed different aspects of his character and had meaning, but they weren't exactly cohesive.