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Aaron E (nl) wrote: Everyone hated it, but I kinda liked it.
Michael L (br) wrote: Dragging storyline plus cheesy scenes and a not so convincing villain = forget it.
JeanPhilippe G (ag) wrote: It has been a long while, but I remember liking it and being a good time.
Stuart K (mx) wrote: Based upon the acclaimed play by Doug Wright, who adapted it for the film here, and directed by Philip Kaufman (The Right Stuff (1983), The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1987) and Rising Sun (1993)). This is a lurid, but visually stunning character piece with some great performances. It's not meant to be historically accurate, it only imagines the last few years of the life of it's central character, and his little escapades while locked up, but it's entertaining. Set during the Reign of Terror, right slap bang in the middle of the French Revolution, the Marquis De Sade (Geoffrey Rush) has been incarcerated at an asylum at Charenton for his obscene, pornographic works of literature. The asylum is run by administrator Abb du Coulmier (Joaquin Phoenix), who is in love with the asylum's laundress Madeleine LeClerc (Kate Winslet), who smuggles the Marquis' works out to the world. Napoleon (Ron Cook) orders all of the Marquis' works to be destroyed, and sends in Dr. Royer-Collard (Michael Caine) to silence the Marquis once and for all, but the Dr. Royer-Collard gets more than he bargain for in the asylum, and with the Marquis. You can't believe this sort of thing went on, but Rush is brilliant as the insane, flamboyant Marquis, and it has some very good performances throughout, and it shows that historical drama's don't all have to be about good manners and the higher classes behaving.
Shane J (au) wrote: doesn't really work but as a fan of slasher it was a watchable spoof,most are the gags are predictable and fall short but a laughed a few times so it was on.
Adriano B (kr) wrote: Tex Mex T-Rex*: Cowboys VS Dinos VS Gypisies VS Neo-hippie - no, not smoking grass... whatever. One of the first and finest examples of a WTF masterpiece.*Uuooops, Allosaurus, I know, I know...
Frdric I (ru) wrote: Un Chaplin, sans Chaplin acteur. Un Chaplin qui n'est pas une comedie mais un drame. Mais un beau Chaplin. Une curiosite ignoree pour ceux qui suportent les films muets et en noir et blanc.
Luke R (de) wrote: Essentially a film about a single interview it is surprising how much impact this really did have on the world. Ron Howard has once again provided us with another cinema gem. The battle between Nixon and Frost is like a clash of titans and it was really enjoyable. Michael Sheen was excellent as David Frost but it was Frank Langella as Richard Nixon who was the real standout. If you want to watch something political with a little twist then look no further!
Dion D (ru) wrote: An apology of sorts for The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth is a kind of hybrid of Alice in Wonderland, M.C. Escher and countless fairy tale tropes. The major issues are an unlikable protagonist and lapses into silliness in the third act that completely undermine the drama. But it's still a fun film with great moments and an iconic performance by David Bowie. Notable for the involvement of George Lucas, Labyrinth offers a preview of the flaws that were to plague the Star Wars prequels.