Certain Women drops us into a handful of intersecting lives across Montana. A lawyer (Laura Dern) tries to defuse a hostage situation and calm her disgruntled client (Jared Harris), who feels slighted by a workers' compensation settlement. A married couple (Michelle Williams and James Le Gros) breaks ground on a new home but exposes marital fissures when they try to persuade an elderly man to sell his stockpile of sandstone. A ranch hand (Lily Gladstone) forms an attachment to a young lawyer (Kristen Stewart), who inadvertently finds herself teaching a twice-weekly adult education class, four hours from her home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Andr D (au) wrote: Joe Johnston, luego del triunfo que signific "Captain America", nos presenta una modesta cinta de suspenso acerca de un joven asistente de una firma de abogados (un eficaz Max Minghella) que luego de ser despedido, debe enfrentarse a un asesino a sueldo (interpretado con una flemtruica perversin por J.J. Feild). "Not Safe For Work" parece uun cruce entre "Die Hard" y "The Firm", y aunque no es una gran pelcula, logra mantener el suspenso.
Marc L (us) wrote: Etant entendu que nos jours, il est bien lgitime de taper sur le capitalisme financier mais que tout le monde ne peut pas tre aussi encyclopdique que Erwin Wagenhofer ou aussi dmago que Michael Moore, certains ralisateurs finauds optent pour le "documenteur" pour faire passer le message. Dans "Michel G, milliardaire, matre du monde", Franois-Xavier Demaison est Michel Gagnant (!), le prototype du mec qui a russi et possde sa Rolex 30 ans grce un sens moral remarquablement lastique, tandis que Laurent Laffite incarne le documentariste "gauchiste peine--jouir" (!!) occup tailler une boutonnire au golden-boy. Si le trait se montre volontiers pais et caricatural, dans une veine trs "Humour Canal", il porte l'occasion un regard plus pertinent qu'on ne pourrait le penser sur le marigot trouble o se rencontrent monde conomique et monde politique. D'une causticit finalement plutt inoffensive, "Michel G." se signale galement par une lgre rupture de ton vers sa conclusion. On se mettrait presque prouver un dbut de sympathie pour l'homme derrire la caricature, sans qu'on sache si telles taient bien les intentions du ralisateur (on peut y voir une "volont d'offrir un point de vue quilibr", parfois galement appele "absence de couilles au cul"). Ensuite, aprs une heure trente envisage comme la dnonciation ludique du monstre libral afin d'difier des masses laborieuses, le documenteur fait aveu de faiblesse (ou de ralisme cynique?) en reconnaissant froidement que le combat intellectuel ou artistique est une cause perdue car "il n'y a que l'argent pour vaincre l'argent"...
Tara K (br) wrote: This movie was flawless! Kathleen Turner gave a superb performance that made you love her even though you wanted to hate her. I kept finding myself smiling, and I was just totally lost in it. A must see!! A+
john b (jp) wrote: Metal in Bagdad isn't so much about metal as personal freedom, and it really demonstrates what so much of the world is missing. Metal is the perfect metaphor. Up the Irons.
Amanda C (jp) wrote: The performance from Frank Langella is the same as the film itself, introverted, understated and compleatly wonderful. He carries the film, painting an intimate portrait of a man who has lost all sense of purpose and drive. Lauren Ambrose plays perfectly next to him, bringing the same energy and enthusiasm to her role that she had in Six Feet Under, but with an added level of sophistication, and Lili Taylor is fabulous, giving a performance with just as much energy as Ambrose, but with more force and reality behind it. The contrast between between the women of the film and the men is striking. The women are full of energy and life, while the men are reserved and withdrawn. It's a beautiful contrast, brought out through an incredibly literary script, that still manages to flow through the diologue. There is a wonderful contrast between Lenard's apartment and the outside world as well. The georgous reds, yellows and oranges of his apartment, saturated and bright, with the gloomy, desaturated blues and greys of the streets. I'm sure that someone more adept could come up with reasons for this, but the colouration is beautiful.
Matt P (es) wrote: Only good part was seeing Justin Long with eyeball tattoos on his eyelids. other than that it is horrendous. I've seen better cinematic value in the "Ernest" films...
Dann M (ru) wrote: Intense and provocative, Rules of Engagement is a captivating political thriller. Starring Tommy Lee Jones, Samuel L. Jackson, Guy Pearce, and Bruce Greenwood, the film features an all-star cast. When U.S. Army Col. Terry Childers is court-martialed and setup to take the fall for a protest rally that turned into a massacre at an American embassy, he calls on an old friend to take his case and prove his innocence. Unfortunately the script is a little weak, particularly the trail scenes; as nothing especially dramatic happens to sway the case or create momentum. Additionally, the truth of the "massacre" is revealed fairly early on, undercutting the tension. Yet there's still a good amount of suspense and intrigue to the investigation and the trail. Rules of Engagement has its flaws, but overall it's an entertaining and compelling film.
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Sam N (es) wrote: The messiest film I've never been able to let go of.
Blerim N (jp) wrote: Obviously storyline is almost completely lacking but that's not at all why I love this movie. It's because of Jackie Chan and his amazing stunts and fight choreography. How he manages to fit hilarious scenes in all his fights and crack me up. Favorite scene is near the end when he fights the two guys on the roof, then he has to get down somehow with no other way but to slide down the slanted building's windows of over 30 stories. It's crazy since he did that himself. Jackie is a legend no matter what anyone else thinks.
Darrin C (gb) wrote: No, not the Marx Bros best movie by any stretch. It IS The Marx Bros, so it's good, but gets tiresome towards the end. Too much singing!
Judge L (de) wrote: Very powerful movie, but doesn't quite hit as hard as 'Schindler's List'.Well worth a watch if you are a WWII buff or even if you want to know more about the holocaust. Great acting, and wonderful sets.
Ronnie L (fr) wrote: Great movie! True story!