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Joyce G (nl) wrote: I want to see it, but I can't seem to find it anywhere online
Ashley B (br) wrote: Hmm.I may not be interested in this movie, but Nikki Reed's in it so I'll watch it anyways...
Francesca C (us) wrote: I WANT AN HOUR AND A HALF OF MY LIFE BACK PLEASE.
Craig C (gb) wrote: The most GAWD AWFUL chick flick since Mama Mia!
Brian I (es) wrote: It ran a little long. Plus I felt that the direct was trying to be indie, just to be indie
Michel R (ru) wrote: Carlo est en los 30 y a punto de tener un hijo con su novia, cuando se enreda con una joven de 18, y su situacin se tambalea...Narrada en forma coral, la crisis no slo toca a Carlo, sino tambi (C)n a sus amigos quienes deben decidir entre comprometerse o intentar otra vida...Agil, intensa, a veces ligera, pero siempre transmitiendo emocin...
Charlie G (fr) wrote: .OT really into romances but I found this one entertaining.
Chris C (de) wrote: Even with a talented cast including Morgan Freeman, Christian Slater and Randy Quaid, Hard Rain cannot be rescued from an unfortunately weakened narrative---despite a few thrilling moments.
Reece L (gb) wrote: Irma Vep isn't nearly as probing as it thinks it is, content to make its simplistic criticism of french cinema plain instead of opting for subtlety. Its rushed production is obvious as well; the whole thing feels remarkably slapdash, relying on the charm of Maggie Cheung to enliven the lackluster material driving the project. This kind of thing isn't remotely new (Franois Truffaut's Day for Night touches on the same exact themes with more success, infusing genuine heart into its backstage antics as opposed to Irma Vep's adherence to an intentionally awkward, cold level of detachment) and this fact renders Assayas's film moderately redundant, a mildly amusing bit of navel-gazing that could've been more had more care gone into its construction.
Logan M (it) wrote: While Marisa Tomei's Oscar win is probably the most questionable thing about this comedy, I won't get into that. This movie is not very funny or memorable at all.
Alex S (kr) wrote: Fellini takes on television. Man...in this arena, he's got plenty of room to practice his style.I liked this movie, mostly because Fellini can do no wrong. But this is definitely one of his weaker films. It seemed too Fellini-in-the-80's. The obviousness of the time period bugged me, which pretty much means that this movie, if not already, will become dated, unlike his masterpieces.I love the scene where Ginger and Fred talk after the lights go out. Script-wise, that's the only part I really liked. The rest of it just kinda seemed to build up to that, which didn't work too good, really. Masina and Mastroianni are wonderful.As said, the Fellini-esque elements are wonderful, but the whole dated thing brings it down.
Steve G (ag) wrote: I've been wanting to see this movie my whole life. Yet I only heard of it recently. What I mean by that is, everything that's manifested in this movie is just what I've always been waited for a filmmaker to show me, without necessarily even knowing it. I can't put it into words. Einstein once said that while Beethoven "created" music, Mozart's music "was so pure, that it seemed to have been ever-present in the universe, waiting to be discovered." That is how I look at 'Ordet.' It stirs something in me that's been yearning to be sated; to be shown something so beautiful & so pure... and it was Dreyer who finally did it; and long before I was born! Everybody has that once in a lifetime movie that one feels so intimately & interminably connected with, it almost seems as though it was made just for them. Brian Wilson said that he wanted to write music that people prayed to. In a similar way, Carl Dreyer created something that seems more a religious experience than a form of entertainment. It may or may not meet everyone's tastes, but that is how I feel about this film. It's miraculous.*Note- The Flixster review confuses two of the sons, Anders & Mikkel.
Steve S (ca) wrote: This has some amazingly philosophical dialouge. And the capes are kind of cool.... For 1936.
Phillip D (us) wrote: Blue Like Jazz is an excellent alternative film that offers laughs, drama and ultimately a deep philosophical look at the nature of faith. The movie is earnest and the characters are surprisingly adept and helped by their newcomer status. Although it doesn't capture all of what made Blue Like Jazz one of the best books of the last decade, the movie is a must see and a really smooth adaptation of a book that many thought was impossible to turn into film.
Ethan A (us) wrote: Exploring sexuality, friendship, and relationships; all under the guise of a raunchy comedy is no easy task, but Kevin Smith pulled off a truly winning film. One of the most intelligently written, hilarious, and touching romantic comedies ever made.
Matt G (ru) wrote: This is why Alfred Hitchcock was known as the master of suspense.
Samantha W (mx) wrote: this move has so many good parts in it there is parts where just break down in cry in it. and then there's parts where I don't cause the movie is so good just watching him sing and ride those horseies. that what I like about this movie.
Rick R (gb) wrote: Hehe animated classic with a very 80's feel. The animation was a bit slow at times though. Best bit - "Whizzpop"... ;)