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Shakir B (kr) wrote: Inspirational insight for everyone
Yannis A (fr) wrote: Three outstanding acting performances.
Christian K (mx) wrote: I might be a bit biased being a baseball fan, and a sucker for a good ball flick. But for me, Brad Pitt, and Jonah Hill, two of in my opinion the best actors of all time. Swung for the fences in 'Moneyball' and hit a grand slam! To make it even better, it's based on a true story. Sports fan or not, I recommend giving this film a watch!
Ethan P (fr) 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.
Sheridan P (br) wrote: Only liked 2 of the couples. Thought the rest of the actors were very "B".
Champ S (us) wrote: Funny, just one of killing time movies.Not too bad
Don S (nl) wrote: I almost stopped this several times, and I kinda wish I had. The dialogue is so unrealistic! And the con? Jeez, who didn't see that coming? Blech!
Bonnie R (es) wrote: Perhaps it's my age, but this film is one of the funniest movies of all time. Jill Clayburgh does NOT try to be Diane Keaton in Annie Hall. She is herself as a perfectly UPSET divorcee who constantly who seems to be constantly immersed in situaltions so hysterical, I laugh out loud. My stomach hurts by the end.Also, let's not forget the wonderful Charles Durning in a most memorable scene inside Bloomingdales, where, by the way, we catch a glimpse of a future "Star" without a line to be spoken: Kevin Bacon.It annoys me when people compare this to Annie Hall. There is none except that they are both GREAT romantic comedies. And that's where it begins and that's where it ends.I am no Burt Reynolds' fan, but he played his part perfectly as did his co-star ex-wife, Candace Bergen.People WAKE UP. Especially if you are a Baby Boomer. If you haven't seen it, you MUST put Starting Over on your cinema Bucket List. ASAP. We don't have that many years left to see this wonderful film.
Michael K (au) wrote: Pretty bad movie but the Sh Kosugi vs. Jean-Claude Van Damme fights are great
Carlos I (es) wrote: Really good film noir. Such a great cast, and cinematography. What a great start for the Wachowskis.
Karsh D (au) wrote: a survivor of child abuse takes her revenge but unleashes a new hell
Russ B (gb) wrote: 3/25/2017: An ok film, but not near as good as the first one. Still a good cast with good action,