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Roxanne R (jp) wrote: Paterson is a 2016 dramedy (drama and comedy) written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. The film stars Adam Driver as a bus driver and aspiring poet named Paterson and Golshifteh Farahani as his wife who dreams of being a country music star and operating a cupcake business. It was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Palm Dog Award. If there is one thing that Paterson teaches its viewers is to look beyond the obvious, admire beauty in its many shapes and forms. Follow your dreams and aspirations, be creative, try new things. After reading the Time Magazine review of this film, I was compelled to rent it and it was time well spent. Available from Redbox.
Emmanuel F (ru) wrote: Quel est l'intrt d'un film comme celui de Jappeloup racontant l'histoire d'un cheval extraordinaire et de son cavalier priori assez peu commun aussi ? Pour moi a serait d'mouvoir. Malheureusement je trouve que le film peine le faire. Trs factuel dans ses dbuts le film peine nous intresser un niveau sentimental sur l'histoire de ses protagonistes. On est curieux, les acteurs sont assez bon mais l'histoire droule trop vite et sans donner assez d'intensit et de profondeur. Seuls quelques scnes avec les chevaux apporte l'motion recherche et quelques situations fugaces. Le pire se sont les artifices censs apporter de l'motion comme la mort du pre et quelques autres lourdeurs. Dommage, le film est quand mme plaisant mais ne suscite pas assez d'motion.
I dont know w (br) wrote: Looks pretty enjoyable.
Aleksi V (kr) wrote: Looks like a bad porn film. They should have spent more money on this, this had potential for a better movie.
arshi r (es) wrote: Grade: F This is a film directed by the consistently crap-tastic Roger Donaldson. Cadillac Man is one of those movies that is so bad you even wish that the roles with good actors (Robin Williams and Tim Robbins as the two leads) were filled with actors bad enough for this material. Williams stars as Joey O'Brian, a car salesman at Turgeon Auto, which is about to relocate and downsize which means his jobs at risk unless he can sell many cars during the big closing sale. He also has problems with his ex-wife, his daughter, and a mobster who he's known since childhood that he owes 20 grand to and he needs to pay off. A born salesman who "loves to sell" he is also a chauvinistic womanizer, but his passion may just spring from a legit love for all women, in which case I can't fault him too much. The film would have you believe the above premise is what this film is about, but then we have this hostage plot interject and take over 30 minutes into the film; at Turgeon Auto, whereby the hot female secretary's husband comes crashing into the car lot with an AK-47, yelling about who is having sex with his wife and saying he has a bomb strapped to his motorcycle. He is played by Tim Robbins as an unemployed and emasculated man gone crazy, but maybe not crazy enough to kill. This hostage plot takes over the rest of the film, and is pretty ridiculous and boring except for an instance or two with Tim Robbins acting psychotic, delusional, scared, confused, and angry. After taking the customers and salesmen hostage, he wonders WTF he should do. The remainder of the film is basically a ridiculously written account of how Joey "sells" Larry (Robbins) on releasing the hostages, incrementally. The film haphazardly depicts their impromptu "friendship" as well. The film is a comedy, but there is hardly a single funny joke, and the conversations between the car salesmen are so stupid, obvious, and hack writing at its tackiest. The characters relationships are all inauthentic in their feel, and the film doesn't give a shit about making them seem real. The best and funniest part of the film comes in the last 2 minutes, in the form of a well placed Rebel Without a Cause homage; I even regretted that a little, because I wished that such a horrible film wouldn't reference such a great classic. This is some of the worst kind of comedy Hollywood liked to offer in the late 80's and early 90's. Today we deal with CGI crap fests, but 20 years ago they had to deal with this shit. I don't know who to feel worse for, us or them. Well, I guess I feel worse for us, because crap like Cadillac Man can still be viewed today, whereas back then they wouldn't have been able to see our special effect crap-fests. Robbins actually seemed dedicated enough to his role for me to forgive his part in this film. But Williams was just bad, not funny, and seemed out of place in this role. Everything in this film seemed wrong, and out of place. This movie seems out of place today. I'm not one to call for blacklisting films, but this film is so bad, I think we could make an exception. This film is unofficially BLACKLISTED by TheArshMan. P.S. - any film with Fran Dresher whining and crying is enough for me to give a negative review, besides all the other horrible stuff this film contains.
Augustine H (kr) wrote: Woody Allen indeed satirizes Augusto Pinochet here with his unique sense of humour. But is he really funny like a clown that amuses us? The senseless jokes are somehow uninteresting.
Megan (jp) wrote: Not sure if I am too keen on this one or not- but it was interesting and fun to watch. Then again, Elvis is always fun to watch!
Gavin P (kr) wrote: A pretty simple and low budget revenge story - Dwight (Blair)'s parents were murdered and when he hears the culprit is getting released from prison, he kills him. First bad decision! This then starts a feud, with the rest of their family coming after him and more backstory is revealed as it progresses. Short and with some good tension, it's not amazing, but is still a well-made film with a realistic ending.
Aj O (it) wrote: Great conflict, acting, and direction. I was on the edge of my seat.