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Andr D (mx) wrote: La vida del famoso diseador Yves Saint Laurent se recrea aqu con una gran factura, muy buenas actuaciones, una envolvente banda sonora y un vistazo a sus diseos ms icnicos. Pero en trminos generales, esta pieza biogrfica est llena de clichs y decide abordar aspectos poco significativos de la vida de Saint Laurent: s, sabemos que era gay y adicto a varias sustancias, pero dnde est su arte?. Una biografa sobre un artista que no repare sobre el proceso creador como eje central de la pelcula, casi siempre termina en decepcin.
Mona H (br) wrote: The film is very well potrayed .... a thin line between illusion and reality ... great infusion of messages, philosophy and beyond ....
Josh D (es) wrote: Why is this classified as a horror? It should be a psychological thriller. RGV makes good horrors but Phoonk was just goes haywire!
Maurice B (au) wrote: This was a very cool movietoon!!!
Adam C (nl) wrote: A brilliant film. Takes a very different look at a tragedy than we are used to.
Timm S (us) wrote: Found It A Little Too Over The Top & In Bits Just Too Much Detail. Which Got Boring.
Guillaume H (nl) wrote: I was sure for the last 25 years this would be dumb, predictable, and ugly. Turns out, its mostly well written, creepily riveting and consistently atmospheric and stylish (as in, a style of its own). What damage a terrible vhs cover could yied...
Jonathan S (br) wrote: Very personal project from Jean Rollin. A young couple are trapped in a massive graveyard at night and um... that's it.
Jamie J (us) wrote: Okay so not only had I not seen this version of Solaris in at least ten years, but I also have never seen the 1970's original. Quelle horreur. That said upon revisiting the 2002 version of Solaris I remembered exactly what I loved about it 14 years ago. There is an incredible dreamlike quality to the film, which most people will automatically equate to meaning boring. But I'm cool with that. Visually it is entrancing, with many long camera pans over the brightly coloured, ever changing world, accompanied by mellow electronic music to aid the general vibe. The actual nitty gritty of the film concerns strange happenings aboard an exploratory space station at some point in the not too distant future, and George Clooney's psychiatrist attempting to suss out just what on earth happened, after being invited half way across the galaxy by an old friend after things seemingly hit the proverbial fan. So far so Event Horizon, albeit sans gore, more a journey into the inner workings of the mind, love, perception of what is real, and what it means to be human. All while orbiting a giant pink/purple/blue cloud that just loves raising the dead.Ultimately Solaris isn't as deep as it thinks, is rather slow paced, almost to a fault, but if you stick with it you may well find it as fascinating as I did, and still do.
Allan C (de) wrote: Campy 1950s science fiction about a group of desert dwelling families having to fight off an alien that can control animals to do it's bidding. Cows attack hapless women, dogs terrify families, and chickens become very scary. Bad acting and the low budget makes this early Roger Corman production a pretty silly film that is mostly to be enjoyed on a so-bad-it's-good level of entertainment.
Brett E (fr) wrote: Another very bizarre, quirky movie from the Coen Brothers. Most of the comedy worked mainly because the actors were so committed. Brad Pitt and George Clooney were especially refreshing. The ending was pretty abrupt but it was a fun little 90 minute ride.
Sean R (it) wrote: Since when was Martin Lawrence "talented?"
Mallory A (es) wrote: Ahhh 90s cutting edge technology...