This movie tells five stories set in a single day at the famed Chelsea Hotel in New York City, involving an ensemble cast of some 30-35 characters.
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Rangan R (ag) wrote: Some arrogant men too have a soft touch inside their heart.It was a decent romantic-comedy with a good cast. But is an old people romance theme and if you like this director's films, then you would enjoy it as well. A simple tale, and some of the contents looks unreal because of intense story development. An elderly man who is in the real estate business tries to sell his house after his wife's death. Now lives in a small apartment surrounded by the annoying neighbours, but one day his drug addict son brings his daughter to leave with him since he's going to prison. Without an alternate he accepts it and in the meantime, the film narrates their bond as well as his romance with a next door woman.This film was rated so badly, but I quite enjoyed it. I know it is not an awesome film, yet I felt it a bit touching and at a time funny. Michael Douglas was very good and so the Diane Keaton with the supporting actors' fine contributions. It was at its best, there was nothing to improve, because if it does the fun part would vanish. So it is as what it is, only we have to jump in and have some good time knowing the film's limit. Maybe the family audience finds it quite comfortable. Looking at the theme and the narration that's how it should be. So a big yes for them, but it has some sexual references and I'm just reminding that if you want to watch it with your children.6.5/10
Kyle G (it) wrote: "Epitaph For My Heart" is a great place to begin. There's lovely music in the whole of this, though, and songs are tied to the documentary in a deep and coy and very interesting layout. I like the unexpected sparks... Sam Davol [cello] saying his dream would have been "a harder rock band, like AC-DC [a long, thoughtful pause] or maybe Boston"; a tender performance of "Papa Was A Rodeo" with Shirley Simms; and the whole history of The Magnetic Fields from their roots in '80s Boston to the extraordinary success of 69 Love Songs and beyond.But the documentary really belongs to vocalist/pianist/manager Claudia and songwriter/instrumentalist/auteur Stephin's spunky, wonderful, supportive business-&-art relationship. Is he using her? Is she a "fag hag"? Why? You can see glimpses of love between them as they squabble while building a particularly tricky section of "In An Operetta," while they trade verses back and forth in a performance of "Yeah, Oh Yeah!", and while they contemplate the state of things as Stephin relocates to California... will he and Claudia be able to work still? (Apparently so, as Love at the Bottom of the Sea was released in 2012.)And shortly before "Strange Powers" brings STRANGE POWERS to a cutely uplifting sort of close, Claudia and Stephin share some crunchy bons mots: Claudia says, during a concert, "To 'I wish that you were louder, Claudia', I should've said something like 'I wish that you were gayer, Stephin', but I thought better of it." and Stephin says, in an interview, "Recognized on the street? Not too much. If I heard 'Hey! 69' I might say 'Sure'."
Paul D (gb) wrote: There's no shortage of top billed names in this kids story filmed in a classic style, although the actually story isn't quite in the same ilk as a classic like 'The Railway Children', which it seems to borrow at least one sub-plot from.
Neil G (ca) wrote: It was OK till the Twist in the Middle that got a bit Daft.
Andrew B (de) wrote: "For me, expectation just turns into disappointment, so ultimately I'd just rather not try."Heavily borrowing from Woody Allen and to a lesser extent Godard, Noah Baumbach invents characters that have been wallowing in a bubble of self pity and faux existential crisis for years and have reached another point where something will have to give. It's not done quite as well as in the squid in the whale, most likely due to a lack of involvement from Wes Anderson, but its a solid follow up exploring similar ground.
Rob L (nl) wrote: This is what you call a bad movie. Really bad movie.
gary t (ru) wrote: wow ummmmn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that tim robbins, derek luke, bonnie henna, Mncedisi Shabangu, Tumisho K. Masha, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.......i think that the director of this drama/musical/performing arts/mystery/suspense movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.......i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie........i think that this is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch it is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie.........i think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch it is a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its such a really well acted/written/directed movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......i think that this is just such a really sad movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch but its such a brilliant movie 2 watch i think that both tim robbins/ derek luke were brilliant throughout this movie.....i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch but its such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie its such a brilliant movie 2 watch.......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.......i think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie its such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch but its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie.....
Peter P (ru) wrote: That is a pretty cool big gun Dolphs got there. Yeah, that's all I got.
John T (it) wrote: "We're so afraid of offending someone we've dumped our own culture. If you ask me, trading Jesus for Frosty the Snowman was a bum deal." "If you're white you're automatically racist unless you struggle against it"The start of this movie and the end of it are like two different movies. In the beginning it's all about the whites who are persecuted and how their voice needs to be heard. In the end it shows the nazis as killing thugs. It's really similar to 'American History X'.This was pretty dead on. Anyone who's proud of their country or says anything about how they're pissed off that English is becoming a second language and how white's are becoming the minority are instantly labeled racist. Maybe they are, but "racist" or not they should be as protected as anyone else. They have the right to speak out and say whatever the hell they want to. Free speech shouldn't just cover shit that people want to hear. This is a movie about people who get persecuted for standing up or what they believe in. (The messed up part is that if they were any other race other than white this would be a 5 star movie, right?)The first half isn't a typical skinhead movie, and if ever was a pro-nationalist movie this is it. It advocates non-violence but still holds onto it's values which is pretty hard to do. In the end, though, it's the same as every other one, the skinheads turn psycho and start the killing. Then everything they fought for is negated by the stupidity of the few. (in real life all skinheads are killing nazis, Martin didn't kill anyone...)One after thought, if you hate skinheads... how is your racism any better than theirs? (yeah yeah yeah skinheads are not a race, but you get the point).In the end this movie was pretty great. I thought the skinhead community was into this, but it really doesn't show them in a good light at the end...
Brad S (us) wrote: This is a classic film that helped usher in the "French New Wave". It's only my 2nd time viewing it, but I appreciated it more this time. It's hard to believe the film is over 50 years old, it feels so fresh and alive, and looks outstanding on Blu-ray. This film is a must not only for cinephiles, but I think for anyone in general, a definite MUST watch!
Sarfara A (nl) wrote: Chisum, western film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen - film was adapted from the screenplay byAndrew J. Fenday from his short story named "Chisum and the Licoln County Cattle War. Starring ensemble cast JOHN WAYNE, Christopher George, Ben Johnson, Andrew Prine, Forrest Tucker, Richard Jaeckel and Bruce Cabot. Film is based some historical figures, like Chisum the rich rancher who had almost everyone in the town respecting him, lives with a niece and some faithful - Billy the Kid who wanders into the town hoping to start a new life - and there is this Pat Garrett a bounty-hunter-turned-Sheriff of the town upon the request of new cunning businessman hated by Chisum. It is believed though the film is historically inaccurate but I reckon the movies needed to give out entertainment citing the inspiration from particular figures from heap of the history. John Wayne though not in major aggressive role as usually he would take on - and yet there are some likeable scenes when he punches some fellas direct in the face - some sweet characters around Chisum, whom you just wish not to go against their role anytime in the film far they standout so modestly. Excellent, picturesque locations; ever cooling vast open rancher mid the mountain valley gives the film a boost to be doing sincerity with the genre of western.