Blade Runner 2049
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K, unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. K's discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard, a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.
- Category:Sci-Fi, Thriller, Mystery
- Stars:Dave Bautista, Ana de Armas, Jared Leto, Robin Wright,
- Director:Denis Villeneuve,
- Writer:Hampton Fancher (screenplay), Michael Green (screenplay), Hampton Fancher (story), Philip K. Dick (characters from novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?")
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(ru) wrote: About 10 minutes into the movie, some blowhard sports radio jockeys claim the following: "Football was invented 20 miles down the road in Canton, Ohio."Canton is 60 miles down the road from Cleveland.For people who don't know anything about sports, or indeed geography, this movie is probably stylized and charming enough to provide some sort of heartwarming entertainment; for people who know literally anything about sports, especially the management aspects, this movie is probably the second-worst sports movie (Blue Chips is still goddamn holding strong to that top spot, goddamn it) ever shat upon the screen by the people of the former category. But at least it's hilarious.
(nl) wrote: I'm giving it a 1.5 StarsIt was way off from being a good comedic and romantic film
(fr) wrote: genelia most glamorous in bommarilu
(gb) wrote: excellent film adapted from del shores wonderful play
(ag) wrote: Oscar's BEST FOREIGN PICTURE crowner from French director/writer Bertrand Blier, whose cannon I have been contacted for the first time. In a straightforward opening, the movie starts bluntly as a mnage--trois between a married couple Raoul (Depardieu) and Solange (Laure) and a stranger in the restaurant Stphane (Dewaere), and proceeds along the romanticized "I am willing to do anything for the woman I love" commitment, in order to woo a sullen and fainting spells struck Solange, the two men pull out all their skills to earn Solange's smile but of no avail, the banters and collisions between Raoul and Stphane spark adequate laughters in the first half of the picture (propelled by the exploitation of Laure's nudity and a shoehorned sidekick played by the one-of-the-kind Serrault), but two men is insatiable for Solange, who is just knitting and scrubbing all day (the recurring sweaters she knitted for various characters in the movie is too obtrusive to overlook), silently vexed by her sterility. In the second half, the three encounter a precocious 13-year-old Christian (Riton) in a summer camp, whose high IQ combines a angelic appearance fills the hole of Solange's heart and her surging maternal rush, there are explicit scenes here are rather PG-13 vis--vis the underage Riton, but no alarmist needed since it is made of France and now is 21st century, but a sure thing is films like this are beyond doubt to receive the honor in the Oscar race now as 35 years ago, let's wait and see how BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR (2013) will pan out. Anyhow, the dissolution of the trio is inevitable and Solange's comeuppance has been crafted out of a farcical yet remarkable fulfillment, considering how she is objectified as a dumb chick in the beginning, men and women are truly two species living in their lone realms where has no convergence at the end of the road. The cast is rather personable, however there is a nostalgic sigh to see Depardieu in his exuberant youth with visible chin frame and square figure; and uncannily, the late Dewaere died of a mysterious suicide when he was 35 (in 1982) like his idol in the film, Mozart, but the two are plain goofy and comical with their own tact in sharing the same woman. Laure holds together an indecipherable image with her earthly body and distant beauty, Riton is an outstanding discovery given his demanding task to seduce a lady twice his age. Georges Delerue's winsome score is catchy and plays charmingly with the narrative arc. In a nutshell, GET OUT YOUR HANDKERCHIEFS' advanced value of modern relationship and extensive pluck in digging into a taboo subject is recommendable and not fades away with the consumption of time.
(fr) wrote: Dude, Where's My Car is a crappy movie, in terms of film. Its plot ridiculously shifts and the humor is immature and toilet humor at that, but I found it to be undeniably "so stupid it's funny" - a guilty pleasure comedy indeed.Stoner buddies Jesse and Chester awaken from a bad hangover and try to piece together the unbelievable events that happened the night before, all whilst attempting to get laid and retrieve a universe ending space tool.Much like a crappy but popular YouTube video, Dude, Where's My Car is clearly dumb. The humor is juvenile and filled with repetitiveness, some of it works better than other parts - it was so dumb that at times it did actually work, and that's presumably the general consensus. Kutcher and Scott have great chemistry, although they have a present overexaggeration in performance. The story shifts from many different subplots, often annoyingly and unprofessionally, and often returns to a certain subplot that hasn't been mentioned for a while. The film is extremely hard to review seriously - it was dumb, but fun. I honestly enjoyed it, although I know how stupid it sounds...
(ru) wrote: A cute, entertaining yet forgettable animation with too many clichs and whose charm lies in its exuberant visuals and an exotic (but clichd) composition of a Rio de Janeiro full of samba and colors. It is only sad, though, that the story is so conventional and never more than ordinary.
(it) wrote: It's a very funny comedy. Enjoyed it very much.