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Michael H (nl) wrote: It's an interesting story, but too many times it falls into self indulgence and if anything it's message is 'Whoa look at me, the neglected son'
Unca C (kr) wrote: "Philosophy Of a Knife" - One Long, Dull Blade Well its been a long while since I've written a review and, jeez what a way to come back.... Full disclosure: I didn't finish this film. Only once have I not finished a film (oddly, "Batman and Robin"). Mostly cause its 4 hours long and boring as hell. First of all this movie is about Unit 731, where the Japanese Empire conducted atrocious experiments on over 10,000 people. Everything from microbiological experiments to outright vivisection. There is no denying that these crimes against humanity (and reason) are worthy of thoughtful examination and debate. This movie doesn't even get into the parking lot of the ballpark. Anyhoo, this movie is what I call a WDP ("Written/Directed/Produced). That makes it the Holy Trinity of Vanity Projects and - it certainly achieves that goal. Andrey Iskanov manages to produce 4 hours of utter garbage. The movie has an excessive lengths of shots of snow falling on a building (allegedly the Unit 731 in question). LOTS of them. There are also scenes of an interview with someone who worked there (allegedly, again). And off-camera narration of a Japanese nurse. I have no idea if these are genuine or not - I didn't make it to the credits to find out. In Iskanov's version however, the Unit is apparently made up of 6 or 7 medical staff, a couple of soldiers, and 6 prisoners. It makes no attempt to establish the scope of the atrocities. Nor is there any attempt to establish any characterization on either the staff or - worse, yet - the prisoners. There is no dialogue in the movie other than the interview, the Japanese nurse narration, and the chief narrator. As for the 'gore' there was plenty but to say it was over the top would be an understatement. Even during the so-called "teeth removing scene" there is enough 'blood' to have had the victim pass out. The other scenes go for maximum gore and guts which is almost 'high school' level at times. The one scene that stands out is a masked person apparently chopping up fake bodies while a Japanese woman plays a mouth harp in full medical regalia - that should give you an idea of the level of silliness I had to endure. And before I forget, the prisoners are all young Russian women and men. Which is all well and good except that 95% of all the prisoners actually used were Chinese and Korean - D'OH! And as for the soundtrack? Trent Reznor called, he'd like his sound back. Ok lets clean this mess up: FUN RATING: ZERO. LOL - you're sh*tting me, right?? This was a waste of time and raw materials. I wouldn't recommend this as a coaster since someone is bound to attempt to play it. INTEREST RATING: ONE (10). Yeah, believe it or not I can't even give this a ZERO in that department. SOLELY because the atrocities of 731 are all too real and while this movie doesn't even come close to describing the scope - it at least introduces a topic not many people are aware (or want to be aware of). TOTAL RATING: 1 Damn, I need a drink after this waste of time.
Alex r (gb) wrote: boring and very repetitive
Alex r (mx) wrote: Wag the Dog is an average dark comedy that relies on a great cast and an effective script. Enjoyable, but could have been better, this film is a bit dull at times and suffers from a so-so script. The idea is good, but the result is a decent film that just touches the surface of what it tries to accomplish. The cast were quite good and they clearly try to elevate film's material. This is a decent affair, but it could have been much better than what it turned out to be. I was really looking forward to seeing this one, but I was slightly let down. I expected a much better film than this and though it has a great cast, it never becomes anything truly worthwhile to rewatch again. With its ideas, Wag the Dog could have been a standout feature, but it just ends up being a so0so movie that never really takes off. I thought that there could have been more effort put into this one, and though it is a decent film, it's also quite dull in places and it should have been better. This may appeal to viewers looking for satire, but there are some elements missing to make it the film that it should have been. Enjoyable, but flawed, Wag the Dog is decent fun with a cast that try their best at making this a film watchable experience. The idea makes this film enjoyable, but simply can't shrug off how could this one could have been otherwise. Wag the Dog is fun, and quite decent, but it could have been much better.
Brian P (ru) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...
JoJo E (gb) wrote: Hauntingly beautiful and well shot. Tilda Swinton is the perfect Orlando and the movie is quite true to Virginia Woolf's novel, though artistic license is taken in some areas (although perhaps for the better). Full of memorable lines and gorgeous shots.
Paul G (es) wrote: Oh Ive just "got" to see this.
Long L (nl) wrote: Made in 1964? Not bad. H.G. Well was a pretty good writer. I'm glad to have seen this movie. Although, from what I'm told, there's a lot of stuff not used from the book. But really, what movie has everything the book does? In watching, it kept me watching. So, in terms of a movie, it met the objective of keeping the audience interested.
Anya S (us) wrote: As I have said before I am not a fan of westerns, so this movie is no exception. I did not like this movie, I felt that there was no point in the whole thing. If I had to pick a favorite part it would be the overly choreographed bar fight. To be honest that part did put a smile on my face. What really got me was that they titled this movie She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and the movie really had nothing to do with the girl; in a strange way I felt deceived being led to believe that there was actually going to be more to this movie besides cowboys going out and fighting Indians. I guess I should have learned my lesson with the first couple westerns, but I guess I need to come back multiple times to the same genre hoping for a different response from myself. Insanity; how do I plead? Guilty...I guess.
Javier S (us) wrote: Una pelcula de terror de factora, Historia de un hurfano que a los 18 aos descubre que es Adoptado y que su padre mat a toda su familia.De ah en adelante decide quedarse en la casa de su familia que acaba de Heredar y una serie de eventos super naturales empiezan a ocurrir llevndolo a conocer el negro pasado de su familia
T E (de) wrote: My favorite Rocky movie
Dan A (au) wrote: This has 7% on Rotten Tomatoes, but I think that's very harsh. This has a few nice moments here and there and a fun plot. The problem is it does what so many British films do these days - it plays up just how British it is. I don't know why, but it seems like the British film industry is more concerned with appearing British rather than making good films. I don't get it. You know exactly what I mean.
Viktor N (de) wrote: I'm sorry to say it wasn't as good as I had hoped it waould be.. I had some funny moments (gingerbreadmen) but for the most past the humor was lacking. and the horror to...