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Meghan H (gb) wrote: literally terrible. yes, one cannot expect much from a disney movie, but the mistakes are glaring. it is made fairly obvious from the get-go who is who in the legend, but then at last minute disney tries to thicken the plot by completely deviating from the myth. as per usual, disney carefully places a minority in with little to no lines to pretend like it gives a shit about diversity, as well as attempts to appeal to the girl power crowd with a last minute change in plot. disappointed at the corny, cliche writers, the lack of character development, and the obvious discrepancies in staying true to the king arthur legend. but i guess it's good for people who barely know the legend, aka the children it was geared towards.
bridgette f (ru) wrote: never take advantage of love. i liked this movie.
Jon S (br) wrote: Unbreakable is a masterpiece that has aged incredibly well. The critics were wrong and this film is just now getting it's due.
Alexander Z (jp) wrote: One of the best documentaries out there.
Christopher S (kr) wrote: Actually a quite remarkable little Hitchcockian melodrama. A smart, terse script expertly directed by Robert Florey and featuring strong, earnest performances, including Zachary Scott at his sneering best. An underrated, unjustly forgotten classic.
Jared L (mx) wrote: Quirky and quiet, yet thought provoking as hell and very powerful at times.
Rip V (kr) wrote: HJNTIY was a nice try, but ultimately it is almost impossible to truly empathize with characters clinging to conform with their situations.
Victoria F (ag) wrote: AWESOME film set in London in 1971. One of the first movies I think to portray homosexuality so frankly and as such was controversial for the time. SBS stars the ever watchable Glenda Jackson as a career woman who shares her young, male, artist lover (Murray Head) with an older gay doctor (Peter Finch). Both Jackson and Finch are aware of each other and seemingly content to go along with the situation - just happy to get what they can. Their whole set-up seems to be a hang over from the 60's 'free love' ideal. The film deals with the nature of love and what some people will put up with in relationships just to avoid loneliness. There are some genuinely shocking and funny moments and Jackson's performance is as usual, stunning.