Circle of Two
The story of the impossible love between a schoolgirl and a 60-year old painter
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Zach M (fr) wrote: This was a ridiculous idea for a movie.It was just enough cheese and over-the-top that it ended up being a fairly enjoyable watch.The acting was serious but they used so much urban slang that it was funny listening to them talk.Surprised that there was any nudity considering it was a movie about Beat Beat Revelation dance-offs.Drafthouse Films puts out an interesting selection of movies.
Edward S (gb) wrote: Budget movie should cover their obvious weaknesses (casts and setting) with very good plot or innovative ideas. This one didn't.
O S (us) wrote: Not sure why anyone will want to see this?!?
Drew G (ag) wrote: Bad acting, bad story, lame humor...but somewhat entertaining if you are looking for a lazy D-list comedy. The guy who plays the Dad steals the show...
James W (kr) wrote: Nice family movie with a message of love.
Brice O (br) wrote: It's one of the best movies I've ever seen. It shows real human nature. We can be happily stupid.. hheeuuh can't control that!!
Antti Q (it) wrote: A heart warming movie about social conflicts and how nothing is all black and white in life.
Megh T (it) wrote: Charming and sassy film that I never get tired of watching. You will never find another pair like Nick and Nora.
John T (ag) wrote: A pretty good "B" movie starring John McGuire as a reporter who begins to doubt whether the testimony he gave convicted an innocent man of murder. He later observes a stranger, played by Peter Lorre, leaving his neighbor's apartment - hence the film's title - and after experiencing a strange dream sequence, discovers the neighbor dead in a fashion similar to the first murder. He is falsely accused of committing the crime when he reports it to the police. This film introduces most of the elements of the film noir genre including the an inner city street setting (mostly at night), the use of light and shadows, diagonal lines and camera angles, voiceovers and flashbacks, a dream sequence, winding staircases, and a relatable wrongly accused man that create a spellbinding crime thriller. Although he doesn't speak a line until more than one hour into the film, Peter Lorre is his typical creepy self and provides the most memorable acting in the film. This film makes a mockery of the criminal justice system with a serio-comic bent, which is a departure from most film noir stories; specifically shots of he judge and jury sleeping during the trial, the introduction of prior convictions into evidence, and the defendant taking the stand in his defense.
Lori C (ag) wrote: wanna see this movie:)
Francisco S (fr) wrote: Original but predictable narrative, with a boring story, weak cast and reasonable argument.