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Kostas S (fr) wrote: The good parts are good enough to make you wonder how can the bad parts be so awful.
Emma U (au) wrote: In 1961, the protagonist, 16-year-old schoolgirl, Jenny (Carey Mulligan) is captivated with French art, movies, book, and music. Jenny sits in her Cello and school classes just waiting and daydreaming about a different lifestyle. Then on a rainy day after class she is standing in the rain after cello practice she is approached by an older man named David (Peter Sarsaad) he is a man who has money to his name, a nice car and is easily able to help Jenny live the life she daydreams about having. I gave this film 3 out of 5 stars, mainly because even though this film did have its fun and funny moment it was just overall quite disturbing for the main fact that it is about a 16 year old girl falling in love with a man in his late 30s or so who is married and has a young child at home. Though it may have been considered normal back then, the way that the actors portrayed their characters felt a bit wrong. Especially when they had scenes with a 16 year old girl smoking with adults and go to clubs drinking, it looked as though David could have been her father. This film overall, in my opinion, was disturbing anduncomfortable.
Michael V (mx) wrote: There is so much potential in the movie. You get a two great leads and some solid supporting actors. Wonderful story directions that each tug at the film wanting it to go their way. Which I see it as it's biggest flaw. It tried to do too much. You get the story about married business partners running a legal brothal. You get dirty dealings and hiding money from the IRS. You get the local church trying to close the brothel. And you get the love story of the foriegn boxer sweeping the very beautiful but married Helen Mirren off her feet. Plus the fact you could just make the movie about the everyday dealings of the first legal brothel and how it started and the girls who work there. So many things and it felt like it was going to all of them and ended up caving in. And then you get the complete lack of taboo. I mean this is a movie about girls having sex with men for money and the shady dealings of the owner. But they never really walk the edge of any of it. It gets close enough to see the edge in the distance but then it sits and rests there. But in the end it's still worth at least 1 watch. If not for the brillant casting choice of teaming up Mirren and Pesci or just seeing Pesci again. Been a while. Plus I always welcome MC Gainy. Gershon does well as a seasoned whore. And a small moment with Cranston that just makes you forget he was the nice but thick skulled dad in Malcom in the Middle. And a quick word to Taylor Scout Compton. You should be getting more screen time. I know you have talent. I thought you were wonderful in the Halloween movies. But since then all I ever see you in you are just in the background. Sad. Get bigger parts!
Claudia F (ru) wrote: There is always an option...
Richard A (ag) wrote: Every student in the country should be made to watch this movie. It may be a precursor of things to come
Grant F (it) wrote: This is a great adventure with the cast of Jim Henson's Sesame Street. Great to watch again with my own preschool age kids! It has just the right amount of strange to keep most Henson fans happy. #Nostalgia #Muppets
Steve W (br) wrote: A different kind of movie from Peckinpah, no bloody gunfights. Just rodeo.
Anthony S (gb) wrote: Simplistic revenge western story that turns into a great film. Great acting between the two leads.
Ray J (jp) wrote: Something new for Wayne instead of a Western and he's pretty good. Well written and presented for the screen.
Donald P (us) wrote: Alright, I admit I'm a sap. Lol But I believe in God. And I believe there are Angels watching over us. Good movie.
Jesse R (ru) wrote: This movie reminded me of The Blob (1958) and I wouldn't be shocked if they got some ideas from this movie. Nuclear radiation seems to be the main theme for these type of movies from the 1950s, but this creature is more like a blob from underground that feeds off radioactive material. In the movie the blob kind of looks like a giant marshmallow, but toward the end you get a more close up look at the creature. This was a so-so film, not horrible, but borderline for me.
Jon C (it) wrote: 'Nina Forever' indeedtalk about our loved ones never leaving us aloneeveryone loses someone they care deeply about one way or another so when we decide it's time to move on we think it's that easythere's always that concern of replacing whom was once our significant other and having others get on board with the ideain the case of Holly and Rob they face the most sickly, bloody love triangle with Rob's deceased girlfriend constantly showing up whenever they try to make lovethis is a very gory tale of newfound romance/forbidden romance as Nina never seems to leave them alone and they have to try to put up with herif you thought 'Over Her Dead Body' was a poor attempt at making you laugh with a dead loved one repeatedly getting in the way of a new relationship then this movie is better at handling itit's more blood-filled though but way better-actedthe ending is rather weak given what's been done up to a point and a real downeras a result though we all have to live with grief whether we want to or not