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Sebastian H (br) wrote: Ambitious, almost epic, but with the usual cheesiness and wirework/cgi/slo-mo that make it similar to the usual popcorn wu-shu cinema... Lau is great, but otherwise it is just another historic block buster
Amber G (kr) wrote: It is a modernized tale of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. It has a few scenes that are similar to Disney's Beauty and The Beast. it is about a girl, a beauty, who sees underneath the beast, and sees the man who he truly is. It is about looking underneath looks, i.e. seeing a person for who he truly is. The saying "Beauty is only skin deep" is explained in the movie. Beauty sees the beast for who he is on the inside, beside his appearance.
Nelson C (mx) wrote: This is a motion picture about characters and a tribute to actors.Peter O'Toole makes the best preformance ive seen in years ."Venus" touches, without forcing anything, on what matters most in life: love, friendship and connection.
Troy M (fr) wrote: It was like a really bad porno.
Zarinah H (fr) wrote: "Mr and Mrs Iyer" is set against the backdrop of communal riots in India. The story unfolds with a Tamil Brahmin woman, Meenakshi Iyer [Konkona Sensharma] who is on a bus trip together with her 5-month-old son Santhanam. Also on board this bus is Raja Chaudhary [Rahul Bose]a Muslim wildlife photographer and other passengers ranging from a raucous group of youth, an old Muslim couple and a pair of Sikhs. Prior to the trip,Raja had agreed, at the behest of Meenakshi's parents to assist their daughter and grandson on the trip. However, what was supposed to be a routine bus trip turns out to be anything but when the bus is brought to an abrupt halt with the imposition of curfew due to the outbreak of communal riots [a Hindu village had been burned down and rampaging Hindu mobs are going after Muslims].Meenakshi who had been unaware of Raja being a Muslim, is shocked when he tells her of his religious affiliation. In fact she is mortified as she had accepted water from him [being a conservative Brahmin, this act of accepting water from a person of another faith is prohibited]. However, when a rioting mob of Hindus board the bus, Meenakshi casts aside her own prejudices and protects Raja's Muslim identity by giving the impression that they are a married couple, i.e. "Mr and Mrs Iyer". There are some disturbing scenes of violence and implied violence, but what is even more astounding is the fact that most people seem to go about their lives after such brutalities - perhaps this is an indictment against society's apparent apathy in the face of intolerance.In the course of making their way back to safety, the pair come to understand each other better in terms of their respective faiths and beliefs. There are strong undercurrents of attraction between the two, and in fact, this movie seems as much of a 'love story' as it is a portrayal of the effects of racial intolerance.The strong performances by the leads elevate this movie beyond just another melodrama. Konkona Sensharma is credible in her portrayal of a Tamil Brahmin woman and being familiar with the dialect myself, I was awed at her mastery of the nuances of the language [since she is not a Tamil Brahmin]. Rahul Bose is a fine actor, and conveys his emotions with his expressive eyes and facial expressions without even having to resort to dialogue.Bollywood is known more for fluff-type movies than those with substance, and with "Mr and Mrs Iyer", director Aparna Sen has given us a gem of cinematic subtlety underscored by finely-nuanced performances.
Mark W (es) wrote: I've yet to actually watch a Mechagodzilla movie that I truly enjoyed! I tend to find the movies with Mechagodzilla are much more action orientated than other films in the franchise and as a fan of Sci-Fi and horror the OTT action elements of the film bore me after a short while! Admittedly its nice to see the franchise have such an emphasis on female leads!
Leanne K (mx) wrote: This thriller is decent, with a few twists and turns. Norman Reedus is great.
Nicki M (it) wrote: Yeah, I was a Sabrina fan. So sue me, I like this. Melissa isn't a great actress, but she was cute in her day and had a nice girl next door presence. It's a shame she does nothing but pop out babies these days, I quite liked her movies. This is similar in vein to other 90's teen movies like Never been Kissed. Of course it's all been done before, but it's sweet. Has some other minor stars like Ali Larter in it as well.
Joe P (es) wrote: Violence - Extremely low budgetDialogue - " I lost my guitar, my hand, and her. With this injury, I may never play the guitar again. Without her, I have no love. But with the dog and the weapons, I'm prepared for the future. " - El MariachiMusic - Juan Suarez's "Ganas De Vivir"Bottomline - This film is a good start to learn the tricks to making a film and becoming a filmmaker.
Nina T (it) wrote: Death by anal drilling. Worth seeing.
Wes S (kr) wrote: Cheesy and unique. The story is a bit out there but it's entertaining. The ending was ok, and it has a lot of fun moments. Fairly enjoyable.
Greg T (au) wrote: This is Don Knotts doing what he does best. One can see Knott almost any day of the week on the Griffith Show on TV and enjoy his comic genius. If you want a full on dose of Don Knotts this film is in the top three he did in his career.
Private U (kr) wrote: Beautifully done...Masterful
Tony K (ag) wrote: Top class wartime propaganda piece.
Caleb M (es) wrote: I'm not sure why there was so much hate for this movie, but my wife and I genuinely enjoyed it. Mirren and Reynolds, as well as all the supporting cast, brought a spectacular performance to a powerful plot. The history of the Woman in Gold painting is a fascinating one, and I feel like this movie captured it perfectly. All the haters for this movie must enjoy the simplistic movies we now see in the theaters like Star Wars sequels and Fast and Furious sequels. Instead of enjoying the beauty of an ACTUAL real-life experience, and also revisiting the many tragedies and adversities that the Jewish people of Vienna had to go through in the past, people need to see a movie with more action and violence than the last movie they saw with a lot of action and violence. This movie told a valuable and influencing story and should not have received the criticism it did. Movies like this don't come often, so it's a pleasure to witness one when it does.