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Sean B (ca) wrote: I enjoy dumb movies. This movie was just too dumb. Crap.
Sunil R (it) wrote: I could not follow how this was a squeal to the first one. The Bhatts should stop recycling movies and Hashmi should quit their banner.
Chris C (nl) wrote: the soundtrack was the best thing about it......and the girls playing Rob's two hot as f*** daughters.....otherwise meh
Cameron F (es) wrote: A middle aged couple try to reignite their marriage in this screwball comedy in which the couple runs into some weird screwballs.
Barney S (es) wrote: sit was a crap film, not a good plot, bad acting, could have made it very good but they didn,t
Jani L (fr) wrote: Gorgeous. Boring as hell.
Tara H (ca) wrote: The sudden death of Heath Ledger reminded me of Brokeback Mountain. Though it flags at times, overall it's a brave and moving love story/western. Evokes the era and social attitudes very well, and the intense performances by Jake Gyllenhaal and especially ledger have assured them both of a place in movie history.
Nathan F (de) wrote: A bit sentimental perhaps, but the story is genuinely powerful and well told.
Genevive C (es) wrote: Confused plot. Choppy editing. Unconvincing performances. And the English subtitles were riddled with mistakes and altogether missing from the last chapter of the film (at which point I had to switch to French subtitles).
Evan J (es) wrote: PTA's "Boogie Nights" is just a really good movie. It features (mostly) great performances from its fairly large cast and fantastic direction from one of the greatest living filmmakers and one of the greatest American filmmakers to ever live. The only downside to how it was directed, and a general problem with a lot of PTA's work, is that lengthy dialogue sequences aren't shot too dynamically. A lot of it is simply shot/reverse shot close-ups. Sometimes this works really well when you have a great actor and a great script (as is the case with Mr. Anderson's masterpiece There WIll Be Blood), and although the script was not bad by any means, it really lacked something that made listening to these people talk a bit trying at times. Perhaps it felt repetitive, I'd probably have to re-watch it to determine exactly why. I was really interested to see how Paul Thomas Anderson would tackle a subject like the 70's porn industry, but he's a man who can make anything fascinating. The movie is (mostly) rife with humor that pokes fun at its subject and is always entertaining. I'll admit my mind started to wander from the movie during the last half hour, although it wasn't dull in any way. This is a movie that has a large cast of characters, which can sometimes really hinder a movie, but PTA pulls it off so well (mostly with the brilliant opening shot of the movie). However, the greatest pitfall of this movie is none other than it's lead: Marky Mark. I know it is an unpopular opinion, but I think Mark Wahlberg just isn't a good actor. He just didn't convince me in this movie. I just see Mark Wahlberg in every movie he's in, he's never his character. However, everyone else is great. Once again, this is just a pretty damn good movie, but Mark should definitely have stuck to rap. He spit some pretty hot fire, yo.
Joey Q (kr) wrote: Other than Sarah Michelle Gellar being a total hottie bitch babe in this movie... nothing whatsoever special here.
Ger G (ru) wrote: What a horrible movie ... total waist of money and probably one of the worst roles Anthony Hopkins ever played in his life
Joshua L (kr) wrote: Saw this opening night on demand because I was excited to see a high school friend in it. Bit part, but she was hilarious and totally nailed it.That aside though, I appreciated a lot about this movie. The dialogue generally and the banter between the guys in particular was spot on. There were some killer moments in the script. I also really appreciated the coming together message, This wasn't about these guys running off and cheating, or even really doing stupid things that should lead to a break up with their wives; it was clear throughout that there was a genuine interest in saving the troubled marriages, and that's not entirely common these days. It's an important message because we're often led to believe the grass is greener, and it rarely is.That said, there were some quirks about this film that took it down a notch or two for me, and it was mostly in either the script or the editing - hard to know for sure. While the dialogue was fantastic, the scenes felt a little jumbled together. Almost every scene was important, but at least once it cut from one night to the next night when I felt there should have been something inbetween. I was left feeling that it could have been more graceful in the flow. There were two scenes in particular that were totally out of place and while they differentiated this movie from every other romcom, I'm not sure they should have been in there. Both involved old people, and if you've seen it, you probably know what I'm talking about.Overall, can't rate it a 10, but I would and will buy this for the underlying message, to see my friend, and for a fdecent handful of good laughs.
Anastasia R (it) wrote: A big NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
John D (it) wrote: Stories about aimless twenty-somethings in New York are a dime a dozen, but Noah Baumbach proved that he had an eye for it with 2014's Frances Ha. As if trying to top that film, Greta Gerwig's character in Mistress America is the cartoonish epitome of self-actualizing success-or-bust entitled go-getter culture, known in all the clubs, claims to have numerous writing ideas, and has big ideas of opening a earthy restaurant in downtown Manhattan. If the American dream was once comfort, Gerwig's Brooke instead treats it as a whirlwind checklist. It's utterly unreal, and the fascination she inspires in her college student soon-to-be-sister played by Lola Kirke is earned. When the two of them embark on a quest to save the restaurant, Mistress America's second half plays as a giant single-stage comedy, with characters zipping in and out in hilarious fashions (looking at you, Karen). It has a distinctive rhythm to it, especially in its dialogue which sounds very staged but gives the movie its own voice. It's a highly enjoyable, endlessly quotable romp, and I look forward to watching it again when not on an airplane.