Based on the true events of the deadly gas attacks perpetrated by members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult on the Tokyo subway system...

. . Based on the true events of the deadly gas attacks perpetrated by members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult on the Tokyo subway system

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Brian B (es)

Made no sense at all. WORST movie out there

Buggy B (ca)

/26/14. A lot of comedians in an unfunny jumbled mess of a movie. Sarah Silverman is here, also naked and unfunny. More pubes than I've seen in a long time. Williams is naked a ton; showering, peeing, having sex. For whatever reason there's also lot of (pointless) nudity from all the women, the shower scene after the water aerobics. Her performance is good but I never understood her character, there's no real angst in her relationship, she just gets bored I guess. Michelle Williams plays a seemingly happily married woman (to Seth Rogan) who falls for the neighbor across the street. Maybe I should stop watching these Indie films, I obviously don't "get" them. Slow moving, not romantic, not funny, not charming or quirky in a good way mostly just weird and at times making no sense whatsoever. No, this didn't work for me

Deb K (jp)

Slow moving in the beginning and got a little confusing, but picks up at the half way mark. I didn't have very high expectations for this but it was a decent watch

Greg W (ru)

like 'love in the afternoon' the huge age diff between this time fred astaire and hepburn is just creepy

Heather M (fr)

This was an unoriginal story with a weak cast and a sloppy, cliche plot

Jack W (es)

Roger Moore's best Bond is his kick-off, Live and Let Die showcases good locations and great chase sequences

Joanna B (us)

ublished: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 27/01/2012. Like Mavis, viewers are left wanting in life and love for this hollow film. The Verdict: Slightly off balance and constantly teetering on the edge, Young adults never falls into either funny or moving. Theron seamlessly transitions from beautiful seductress to memorably mean mental case, making viewers laugh and squirm as required; Oswalt's underlying current of melancholy is ever present and well balanced with the character, when these two are on screen together you can feel the good intentions driving the film, even if you can't sink into them. Sometimes home is not sweet home. Dealing with each uncomfortable situation with the same amount of in indignation leads to a mixture of hilarious and truly tragic situations as Mavis's life finally goes belly up. Mavis's rosy mist of denial makes it impossible to hear the harsh home truths and no amount of wake up calls and woeful looks can penetrate her armour. Unable to overcome his own demons, Matt lives at home, makes moonshine and paints miniature figurines, but when Mavis shares her secret plan to steal buddy back all Matt's issues pale in comparison to the psychotic prom queen's insecurities. Downing the first of many drinks, the ultimately blunt Mavis becomes engaged in a painful conversation with former classmate Matt Freehauf (Patton Oswalt) about his high school tortures and his life now as an overweight cripple. After contacting buddy and arranging a time appropriate drink the following day, Mavis heads to the nearest bar. Waking from her stupor, Mavis becomes obsessed with the idea that she can simply blow back into her honky-tonk small home town of Mercury and reclaim the long forgotten romance between her and Buddy. When she receives an email with a picture of a beautiful baby girl and an announcement that her ex home town sweetheart Buddy Slade (Patrick Wilson) has become a father, Mavis's mental state hits rock bottom. A ghost-writer for a failing series of young-adult novels, Mavis suffers from an acute case of writer's block and a belated belle-of-the-high-school-ball grandeur complex that only her ever patient fluffy toy dog Dolce can tolerate long term. Broken from her recent divorce, the boozy, unprincipled and profoundly unhappy Mavis Gray (Charlize Theron) lives a zombie-like existence in the mini-apple of Minneapolis. Sadly however, the cultural shtick has been exhausted and the icy human observations of a train wreck waiting to happen character is no longer funny, not even in the bleak way. In 2011, the duo has reformed in an attempt to rekindle that magic with Young Adult and put the flattering copycats in their place. Other writers have utilised the concept of self-aware, overly verbose characters churning out countless rom-coms made from the same mould; as they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Rewarded for their efforts with three Academy Award nominations and one win (for best screenplay), they proved that not only is humour notoriously subjective but it is also worth its weight. This dark comedy was memorable for the sum of its well measured ingredients and its unusually crisp screenplay that explored life at its unfiltered best. In 2007, writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman teamed up to create a sharply observed, endlessly edgy and strikingly witty teen drama with a slant, Juno

marques l (ca)

Im never taking a job in the middle east that my life can be at jeopardy, and then get kidnapped. . . . . . Imagine being in his shoes. Thats a sad movie

Rob G (br)

And really badly done to boot. Socialist politics disguised as a rom-com

Ryan G (gb)

Descent cast and some interesting moments. Good for a horror movie, but an unappealing ending