Bobby Fischer Live
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Tenghao C (de) wrote: Forget about the social movements, this movie is mostly about continual struggles between a triangle relationship; between close friendship and the longing for love. It's just compelling.
Kevin C (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this documentary. Its very thorough and presents a lot of different reasons why the mining makes no sense. Best of all it offers good alternatives at the end. If you had any doubt that the entire American political system is bought and sold this movie is good evidence of how corrupt and owned every politician is. Some day some student is going to be in history class and put up his or her hand and say 'wait a minute teacher... what do you mean they poisoned themselves, destroyed the planet, refused to try and develop better technologies, and allowed a handful of people to become billionaires in the process???
Sabrina A (au) wrote: watched the hindhi version, and wish id picked the Tamil one--cos it cant have been AS bad as this one.... Mani Ratnam disappoints big time. Only the cinematography is beautiful..and the soundtrack is different.
Robbie T (gb) wrote: A story about a tire that kills people. Weird, very weird, but ridiculously fun.
Samuel B (ag) wrote: The best football film I've seen, even if they gloss over the bit where Werner Liebrich crocks Puskas. The ending's a bit silly too but, hey, that's sports movies.
Mark D (it) wrote: And here we have the classic Father and son " we hate each other, then we love each other" story. There's more to it than that, but this is what is at the heart of this movie. Too bad the movie was so all over the place. It tries super hard, on a constant basis, to tug the heartstrings, but it's hard to care when there's so much going on with all sorts of characters we barely get to know.Kevin Kline is very good. Hayden as his son is ok, but we never really understand why he ended up down the path he did. Actually there's a lot not explained here. The guy appears to be an Architect, but is living in a shack. We find out he work for the company for 20 years. On minimum wage or what? Or maybe he was just the model builder? Still, you'd think he'd be making enough to have more than a broken down shack. Despite all it's issues, in the end it still managed to make me care about the father and son. Probably because I have a son of my own, and an illness that could have things ending the same way this does. THAT really got to me. I can't imagine anyone not in a similar situation being affected by this nearly as much. Very schmaltzy.
Jonathan P (fr) wrote: Cheaply made and poorly acted The Pod People has enough cheese to make it corny enough to be bad enough that it is funny but treads dangerously close to the edge of too serious.
Tabitha B (au) wrote: Kevin has a unique way behind the camera..a unique view of things/life.
Eric J (ru) wrote: A decent story about life in the ghetto, and about black relationships. Janet wasn't half bad. Tupac could act. Brenda Jenkins/Regina King did really well. A decent sunday afternoon movie
Mary H (ca) wrote: Asta is adorable, but the mystery wasn't as myterious or dangerous as the previous films. Also it isn't as witty or humorous. Still, a good end to an amazing series.
Bill B (jp) wrote: Okay, so this film has a killer cover/poster image, but everything else about it is just kinda cheesy. The basic story is after a year of struggling with a fear of water after almost drowning, a young woman's friends decide to have an intervention when she misses one of their weddings, like that was the final straw, since it inconvenienced the bride or something.When they delve into the mysterious figure she's been haunted by, they draw it to them and are now at the mercy of a supernatural figure, ho-hum. This was just really not what I was hoping it to be and it certainly never got as cool as that DVD cover.Rental? Or maybe just a pass?
Kelly B (us) wrote: Movies simply aren't made like this anymore. Holds a lot of grit, and a brooding honesty and in my opinion is one of the best Newman performances. Especially when it comes to his classic period. Ending touches my heart, every time.
RJ M (mx) wrote: Essentially, this is a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window. However, instead of the voyeur being a photographer, watching his neighbors in his apartment complex, the action has been transplanted to the roads of the Australian outback. Stacy Keach gives one of his best, and quirkiest perfomances as a long haul trucker who begins to suspect that one of his fellow motorists is a serial killer. Keach has a ball in the role, sometimes talking out loud to himself, or to his pet dingo, as he makes observations about the various people he sees on the road. Jamie Lee Curtis again has the role as a potential victim, as a young hitchhiker rebelling against her politically powerful father. The movie was directed by Hitchock protoge Richard Franklin. Franklin would later go on to actually out do Hitchcock with Psycho II, a movie I find to be superior to the original in every way. Here he makes the most of the desolate Australian setting, sometimes hiding important information in the shot for only the sharpest viewer to pick up on. The problem this movie has, however, is that it's never able to maintain a certain feel. It wants to be tight psychological thrilller, but at other times, tries to be a romantic comedy where Keach and Curtis flirt, bicker, and crack wise with each other. It almost derails the movie at several points, but it manages to find it's way back on course. The is a cinematically well shot movie, with a good story, and a winning performance by Stacy Keach. A small gem, if you can find it.