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Blackwater Fever torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A decent adaptation of the Snow White story with some decent action and visual style. Whilst its not the best film in the world and far from epic, its still an entertaining movie which captures the wonder of the backdrop.
(au) wrote: Van Damme's acting is mostly terrible but Adkins saves the movie.C-
(ru) wrote: Interesting story showing dirty cops butchering a relatively innocent mother
(jp) wrote: A family fantasy movie and the whole family will enjoy it probably. Adam Sandler are not really my fav actor but i can watch his flicks usually. Some are good and some are bad. This is an average movie with a bit of comedy , romance and for all Adam Sandler fans you know what u get..
(nl) wrote: Brilliant!It's a definitely unique movie in the jungle of the mexican movie industry. For no more than 4 years, mexican cinema has evolved to be inspired by the indie way of making movies: the characters are starting to evolve into human beings with flaws and awkwardness and the humour is silent and weird, nothing is obvious or predictable. Before this evolution, mexican filmmaking considered important to raise a warning about social issues and marginality, poor people struggling with reality and depressing scenarios. I think the best examples of how mexican directors care even more about their characters than the way they live or how poor they are, are "Duck Season" (2004) and this one, "Blue Eyelids" (2007)... If Wong Kar-Wai did a movie in Mexico, it would probably look a little bit like this one. It's as indie as it can possibly get and it's full of moments to prove it: the characters are awkward and boring, the situations are uncomfortable, the humour is subtle and comes from the most unlikely moments of silence and the dialogues are dull and full of brightness. The movie tells the story of Marina and Victor, who probably met in Junior High School but they're now just a couple of strangers who share the most painful of diseases in big cities like Mexico City: loneliness. Marina wins a trip to a beautiful beach and decides she doesn't want to travel by herself but she has no one to call. That's where Victor, a lonely, boring insurance office worker pops into frame and, after deciding they are going to take the trip together, they start an awkward, surreal relationship to "know each other better" before going to the beach. This movie has been slaughtered by some of the audience and critics who recognize the great moments and the excellent performances and direction but call the screenplay "too unrealistic" and the situations "too dull". The fact that they acknowledge this characteristics from the wonderful script (written by the director's brother) proves my theory on the New-New Mexican Cinema style (New-New because back in the early 90s there was a New Mexican Cinema, this one's different, so it's New-New) and shows how mexican audiences are not ready to fully enjoy an experience like this one. Anyways, it has been loved by everyone; with lots of excuses, but loved nevertheless. The characters are actually more realistic than they look and the whole movie makes you smile and feel in love... and awfully lonely at the same time. Gorgeous art direction and set decoration, along with one of the greatest cinematographies of last year, complete this wonderful piece of cinema that mustn't get lost in translation as loneliness and love are universal codes. Enjoy!
(es) wrote: And you thought Full House was stale!
(ag) wrote: Hmmmm, Techinicolor Sirk & Rock Hudson are SO delicious.