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Becky F (jp) wrote: Braff tries really hard to show what it's like to be in your mid-thirties and go through life-changing events. The sad thing is, that in reality, the big-events in your 30's, just aren't as exciting or fun as the big events in your 20's, which is why this certainly isn't Garden State 2. There were nice moments in this film--but, unfortunately there's way too much schmaltz.
Luis C (ru) wrote: so bad, that it's so good! couldn't stop watching
Anthony V (ag) wrote: Okay, so maybe I don't have to see every James Spader film.
Sal W (de) wrote: I don't see how this movie has such low ratings.I enjoyed this movie a lot. I guess people just couldn't understand it. lol
James M (es) wrote: A bleak and brutal drama about a group of Australian nazi skinhead thugs and their turf war with a Thai community. It's a difficult watch due to it being near impossible to sympathise with the fascist group, but it does feature some great acting by a young Russell Crowe and Aussie actress Jacqueline McKenzie.
Tiago B (br) wrote: Different of the 2006 remake Van Sant 's Psycho's style, this one might be interesting.
John R (jp) wrote: Love it.130414: Still love it. This movie takes me back to my childhood. Not sure how old I was when I first saw it but I remember thinking it was the greatest movie ever. Have seen it many times over the years and eventually sourced a DVD out of Japan. What a great, well-executed concept. Fun memorable tunes which I found myself singing along to. Jody Foster, Scott Baio and Dexter Fletcher star. Interesting "Where are they now" on Florrie Dugger (Blousey). Will have to check the Firearms Reference Table or IMFDB for "Spluge Gun", Ha!
Jason S (gb) wrote: Who keeps putting this shit on flickster? Is flickster based in brampton?
Olaolu A (br) wrote: A top-notch debut for the Wachowski Brothers who went on to even better things with their sophomore effort, The Matrix (before the sequels ruined that movie's legacy). What could have been a cheesy, trashy exploitation film has been turned instead into a top-notch modern-noir thriller that is intelligent, sexy, stylish, unpredictable and darkly-humorous. Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly light up the screen as the two lovers and co-conspirators and Joe Pantoliano oozes equally parts menace and charisma as the intended dupe of the lovers who isn't quite as naive and foolish as expected. The cinematography is gorgeous and the use of certain primary colors (mainly black, white and red), shadows and light add to the already intoxicating atmosphere. If this movie were not about anything but its looks and sense of style, it would still be a success. Luckily however, the movie has a plot, in addition to the visuals, that keeps the viewers involved from start-to-finish with plenty of unexpected twists and turns; moreover, by keeping the action mostly within the confines of an apartment building, the Wachowski Brothers keep the levels of tension and suspense at a maximum. As with any movie of this sort, there are logical flaws, but the movie is so involving that very few (if any) will be noticeable until after the movie is over. In the grand scheme of things however, the mixture of ultra-stylish film-noir, thrills, chills, romance, eroticism and intelligence make this one an entertaining and engrossing thriller that is worth watching again and again!
Matt O (es) wrote: School for scoundrels is my number 1 favourite movie. Upon closer inspection of its themes, it critises the Political Correctness of modern society. Taking in its viewpoints changed the way I live my life. It challenges society's dismissil of id for superego, and shows the journey of a group of emascalated 'losers' get back intouch with their natural human instincts to start gettting more out of life.
Jack B (es) wrote: Have watched this movie several times and enjoyed it every time. Not a stellar buddy movie, but it is fun to watch so many good actors having such a good time.