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Michelle S (jp) wrote: This is actually one of the least entertaining films I've ever had the patience to sit through. Perhaps as a short film (10 Min of actual footage) instead of real time purposeful artistic strolls across the vast landscape there may be an actual story line or recognizable event. The opening scene with the soapy naked jumping on the bed bath sort of sets the stage that likely the Director feels like the loneliest man alive and is just dying to share.
Eliabeth R (ru) wrote: Comedia romntica en la cual el mensaje es que debemos hacer lo que nos guste hacer y salir con quien queramos salir sin dejarnos influenciar por nuestros padres, se puede ver
Randy Y (jp) wrote: Informative and thought provoking. Showed me how I had been programmed to believe there are too many frivolous lawsuits, and how that belief benefits big business. It also educates viewers about the court system and challenges them to be aware of trends and their impact. Well done.
James H (mx) wrote: A brilliant script. The pacing was really good and the characters all have an interesting story. The acting from some was good but there were some actors that did a very poor job such as Zhang Jingchu and Michael Wong. The lead actors were great and were perfectly cast. Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo and Daniel Wu were all terrific. I liked the way everything played out and the film builds up suspense really well. I am a big fan of the directors and I think they've done a superb job with this excellent movie.
Matthew C (gb) wrote: Plotline of the movie since there is not one on Flixster: Flatland is a two-dimensional universe occupied by living geometric figures - squares, triangles, circles, etc. A Square, Attorney At Law, finds himself in the middle of two upheavals: the rise of martial law by the circular leadership of Flatland, and the arrival of A Sphere, CEO Of Messiah, Incorporated, a creature from a hitherto-unknown third dimensional world. ........................................................... .....What drew me to Flatland was the concept of the 2-D and 3-D worlds in the storyline. Don't really want get into it as it can get quite heady and mathy, not all about math though, some social themes as well. A little humour thrown here and there lightens things up as well. They abuse the narration a bit too much though. you'll know what I mean if you see it.The animation was alright, I found the 2D animation more pleasant on the eyes but considering the budget, as a whole, job well done.
Jacob F (it) wrote: Apparently Lukas Moodysson is going to make a proper film next time up. This is more of an installation than a film, and is pretty hard work.
Rudy G (us) wrote: Although it may be a low budget slasher horror film...it does deliver lots of bloody fun!
aaron s (mx) wrote: not the least bit entertaining, painful to watch.
Stephen S (kr) wrote: my favourite carry on film :-)
Frdric B (fr) wrote: Un des (trs) rares films sur le Moyen ,ge qui combine un trs grand r (C)alisme historique et une vrai sc (C)nario. Quand on voit ce que l'on nous montre aujourd'hui, on se dit que ce film est r (C)ellement excellent.
Dan G (es) wrote: I thought men were from Mars. Hmm hmm
Mohammed A (jp) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Mike S (de) wrote: I'll always have a special fondness for the cast of the original Star Trek TV series and movies, but the Next Generation series was undoubtedly a superior product, and its ensemble cast a real pleasure to watch. So it's no surprise that this first solo film outing of the Next Generation crew (Star Trek: Generations was a handover from Kirk's crew to Picard's) was hugely entertaining for me. I just saw this for the first time (I was a parent of young children when it first came out in 1996 and didn't go to the movies often).In First Contact, Captain Jean-Luc Picard must face off once again with the Borg, arguably the most tenacious and threatening villains ever concocted on Star Trek. The Borg have gone back in time to the dawn of Earth's interstellar space age. They plan to annihilate the inventor of the warp drive and assimilate Earth. Naturally, Picard and crew are at the right place and in the right time to confront the cybernetic Borg. I found this version of the Enterprise (a brand new Enterprise, the TV version having been destroyed in Star Trek: Generations) much darker than the Enterprise-D. Who would want to work in such a dismal setting? But the cast was as good as ever. Data has an emotion chip. Worf joins in from his assignment on Deep Space Nine. Deanna gets drunk. The Borg infiltrate the Enterprise itself. Lots of action, lots of clever solutions to impossible problems, some violations of the Prime Directive, and a reference to Moby-Dick (which also featured in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan). What more could you ask for?
Scott M (de) wrote: The Purge is a very underrated film. I am a huge fan of the story and how it is told in this film. A very unusual story to be told in film and I personally haven't seen anything like it before.