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Caligula torrent reviews

Amanda H (au) wrote: This movie has some of the worst production quality I have EVER seen. The acting is not much better. I couldn't sit through more than 20 minutes of it, and I regret even that. Don't waste your time.

Vignesh D (jp) wrote: awesome.......!!! real entertainer by venkat prabu once again!!!

Barry G (br) wrote: If you have a brother, you might like this movie but even with that... It's just short of how funny it could be.

Fabien R (ag) wrote: Chroniques de la misre ordinaire. Le synopsis mentionn (C) ici sur la fiche du film est compltement l'ouest.

Aleshia H (ru) wrote: Bore me once, shame on you. Bore me twice, shame on me.

Kat K (it) wrote: HEY RAM (2000) - very gripping historical thriller. More an art house film than the typical Bollywood movie. Very thought provoking - taking a seriously raw look at violence, political strife and religious tolerance. VERY good film.

Nadeem M (fr) wrote: This is Ram Gopal Varma's first film in his trio of films on crime/gangsters, although they couldn't really be called a trilogy. Not a typical Bollywood film, it is, however, the closest to Bollywood of the three, but still is great to watch and is a good taster for Company and Sarkar, both of which are excellent.

kristine w (mx) wrote: omg, Jeremy Davies is so young and scrawny in this movie......too funny looking back!

Dustin D (br) wrote: The only movie Kurosawa made outside Japan ("Dersu Uzala" was shot in the U.S.S.R.), this is something of an oddball in the director's catalog. The 1975 Oscar winner for best foreign language film is a lovable story that will please anyone who gives it the time.

Lisa T (br) wrote: a classic lots of singing and hip shaking !!!

Alex G (br) wrote: If you want to truly enjoy yourself as much as possible, watch this as a docudrama/documentary first and a narrative second. If you go the other way around, you're going to ask this movie way too many questions and just be mad at it. There are narrative elements to it (the most "narrative" it gets is in the last hour or so with the Enrique and Mariano stories), but largely what it is are the filmmakers showing us what was going on during the Cuban revolution, and how people were taking it. The cinematography is just brilliant. Paul Thomas Anderson said that one of the things that gets him about this movie is the fact that you're thinking about these guys just coming up with all these crazy camera movements and the fun in doing that, and I got to say I can agree with that. I absolutely love the documentary/realistic style to this movie, and the extensive long takes. I want to say in the first 20 minutes into the movie there are maybe 10 or so cuts. It's like when they have the camera, pretty much using the Steadicam and following their subjects around, it's like they're catching up as fast as they can to document the Cuban Revolution, and in the end of the day it feels like you're participating and watching the Cuban Revolution all at the same time. The camera work at times is so stylized it works. I sometimes have an issue with movies that call attention to themselves with their camera work, but in this movie it was appropriate, as I explained about the documenting part, but there are two other intense sequences in this movie that are worth noting. The sequence early in the film where Betty is practically being violated in the club, and it cuts back and forth between her horrified reaction and the people in the club's excited reactions. The other is the part when Pedro has just learned that he's being evicted and that the sugarcane fields hes worked hard on are no longer his, his children ask him if he's tired, not knowing they're being evicted. He gets angry at them for asking that, and then he starts working as hard as possible. During this time, the camera just starts shaking very erratically and is rather disorienting. I found myself to be rather disoriented as a result of it. Overall, brilliant cinematography and a gem that I thank Scorsese and Coppola shared with the rest of us, and if you haven't seen it, I recommend it. Again, watch it as a documentary/docudrama first, narrative second. You'll save yourself some frustrations. Trust me, I had them at first too.

Andrey B (ru) wrote: Splendid comedy/drama with outstanding performances all around.

Jacob B (es) wrote: A mix of Alien, 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Shining, Event Horizon feels a bit unimaginative at times and is a bit gory for some to stomach but the film's visuals and performances of its cast (consisting of Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill and more) save the film from being a complete disaster.

Carlos I (jp) wrote: The Blu-Ray of the producer's cut looks fantastic! I've always loved this movie, faults and all.

Roxanne D (ag) wrote: Olive's dance was a satire of the overt sexualization of the little girls of Little Miss Sunshine; as such, it is utterly ironic that that female judge was so outraged by her dance. As for the rest of the movie-individually, everyone returns home with shattered dreams, but their future never looked brighter as a family. Films that actually celebrate family are becoming somewhat of a rarity.

Zach M (gb) wrote: A good atmospheric horror movie starring Lance Henriksen directed by Stan Winston.All about revenge because his son gets killed by kids from the city. An old magic woman helps him get Pumpkinhead to take revenge.Pumpkinhead looks awesome.

Matthew S (ca) wrote: Featuring two incredible turns by Paul Newman and Jude Law, this movie never quite hits the mark --- but it remains a solid and entertaining experience.