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Sandeep N (jp) wrote: Just one sentence review of Fukrey: "The audience would laugh more than you."
Gina M (ru) wrote: Maybe it was just me, but this movie dragged on forever! It was fairly lame and awkward like most other low budget lesbian movies.
Lieven M (de) wrote: Eerder lichtvoetige biopic met een surrealistische toets over Serge Gainsbourg, het enfant terrible van het Franse chanson en componist/uitvoerder van onder meer het wereldberoemde, erotisch geladen Je t'aime... mon non plus. Fijne kijkervaring.
Brendan O (de) wrote: Such a good movie, highlighting one more ugly side of our excessive incarceration system in the US and its disproportionate effects on African Americans (in this case the females that are often left outside of prison when males are locked up). And it's key that the director is the first African Am. female to have won Best Director at Sundance--she deserved it, for sure, and we even got to hear from her when she spoke via Skype on the big screen after the film. She apparently interviewed over 100 Afr. Am. females with boyfriends/spouses in prison to help make the story as authentic as possible. So good.
Mad M (jp) wrote: Interesting.The characters are chosen well. Nice pacing, although it slows down in the middle.
Ernst M (nl) wrote: Yahoo Serious... wow, another blast from the past. I haven't seen this movie in couple decades (ouch, I'm getting old), but I do remember laughing throughout the movie, though I'm pretty sure that it really wasn't that good of a movie.
Chris S (jp) wrote: A powerful film provaking generational accepts. Peter Boyle plays Joe, a loudmouthed factory worker with a bigots Mean streak. One day joe comfronts Bill Campton (Dennis Patrick), a wealthy executive who has murdered the drug-addicted boyfriend of his daughter (played by a young and hot Susan Sarandon). Then the two form an unholy alliance. And After Bill's daughter runs away; they search for her in a psychedelic underworld they both despise. The film wonderfully provokes generational accepts that had been happening in the 60's and 70's. Peter Boyle fives a performance that highlighted his career as an actor, one of his best; you would forget that 20 years later he went on to play Ray Romano's father on Everybody loves Raymond. A powerful and brutal story with a dark and chilling final scene. A film that is just important as EASY RIDER.
Rishabh20 G (mx) wrote: The best romantic drama movie ever
Blake P (br) wrote: "Ossessione" is a good adaption of James M. Cain's novel, "The Postman Always Rings Twice" however, I don't think this Italian version quite lives up to the 1946 American classic. Drifter Gino (Girotti) stops at a diner on the way to who knows where, where he meets beautiful and young Giovanna (Calamai) and her older, brutal husband. The two fall in love instantly (what a shock), and intend to run off together. The problem is, is that Giovanna feels guilty about leaving her spouse, so the two scheme a plan to murder him, and then live happily ever after. Things don't go as planned of course, and Gino and Giovanna aren't the way they thought they'd be. "Ossessione" was acclaimed Italian director Luchino Visconti's film debut, after working with another acclaimed director Jean Renoir for many years. Of course he knew what he was doing. Everything about this movie is top-notch, from the seedy looking set designs to the creepy score, plus the strange actor's pick to play the not-so-usual lovers. Of course, I much prefer the American version of "The Postman Always Rings Twice" to this. I think one of the reasons I didn't love "Ossessione" as much as the latter, is the fact that I was just comparing it so much to its American counterpart. Everything, from the casting of Lana Turner and John Garfield as the lovers to the smoky atmosphere just fits better. Visconti seems to have tried to really make this movie as realistic as possible, and though in the long run it is impressive, the side-plots make the film overlong, and don't really cut to the chase as the other version does. The 1946 film really makes the affair between Turner and Garfield sizzle, and they have better chemistry than Calamai and Girotti (C was 9 years older than M). The only thing wrong with the '46 one is the casting of the victim but that is all. All in all, "Ossessione" is well-made, but it doesn't have the same spark that 1946's "The Postman Always Rings Twice" does.
J L (au) wrote: An interesting movie with a cast that makes it work. I think Eisenberg was good in this showing a little range subtley. I wouldnt watch it again but not mad I came across it.