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Arnold V (ag) wrote: doesn't compare to the Original. This movie felt cheap.
Jillian B (au) wrote: Kind of a cold mess.
Stephen S (ca) wrote: Confusing story, but pretty interesting I think. I like the noire style of the film.
Joseph V (ag) wrote: I'm man enough to say that this film brings me to tears. I both breaks my heart and tugs at it like a toddler begging for treats. Shu Qi is phenomenal in all three stories, her eyes are the most expressive shot on film. And Hou's direction to me is unique, some may find it boring or even tedious. I consider it brilliant. I'm not a total film snob but if this doesn't make you feel anything you probably don't understand love at all.
Dann M (it) wrote: Life or Something Like It is a fairly bland and formulaic romantic comedy that tries to get by on the charm of the two leads. The story follows a Seattle report who, after receiving a prediction that she has a week to live, reevaluates her life and the choices that she's made. Angelina Jolie and Edward Burns lead the cast, but don't have particularly good chemistry; though Jolie's charisma keeps the film interesting. However, most of the characters are stereotypical and don't have much depth. Additionally, there are problems with the tone of film and it doesn't balance the serious themes with the comedy that well. Still, Life or Something Like It does have some charm to it and is entertaining for a spell.
Mark B (de) wrote: After directing a major hit, Alex has no idea what to do next. And neither did Mazursky and collaborator Larry Tucker. Sort of aimless, this film has the home movie qualities of Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, but with much less direction. Like too many other of Mazursky's other films, this one is a rethink of Fellini's 8 1/2. A period piece, if you're interested.
Jesse K (de) wrote: While some may find Valhalla Rising to be an excruciating borefest, I was engaged until the end thanks to the stunning cinematography and intriguing story, offering many questions to be asked.