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Jacob B (mx) wrote: Could be bad, but very interesting, seems like a thousand ways to die or something.
Thomas T (ca) wrote: Marc Webb's excellent direction in 500 Days of Summer streams through my mind and allows it to think and feel about the film's subject, especially when it features the brilliant chemistry between Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel.
Kim B (fr) wrote: Super confusing, awful movie loaded with legal jargon, multiple random characters, and jumping in time. I don't know why but I hardly ever like movies with George clooney in them. This was hardly interesting until the very end and the script was god awful. I would recommend Erin brocavich as a much better film about corporate cover ups.
Greg R (jp) wrote: Meh. It doesn't suck. It's watchable. Just more like a TV movie than theater movie. Won't change your life, but might fill your evening. I would have likely given in 2 1/2 stars, but the film score is so god-awfully lame that I couldn't justify it.
Lester Y (us) wrote: This video essay is pretty essential viewing if you live in the city. I honestly don't think you can enjoy it as much if you're unfamiliar with the terrain. It runs at almost three hours long, but not a single minute is wasted here. Los Angeles is examined through the past century in film and delves deeply into politics, socioeconomic issues, geography, the studio system, varying perspectives of outsiders, and even some hilarious moments thrown in for good measure. It's academic, for sure, but it's never monotonous or uninteresting.Andersen's insight is almost always spot-on and thought provoking: the way he dissects Chinatown in particular is great, down to Jack Nicholson's character losing his car in Los Angeles halfway through being treated as almost a symbolic castration of the character and such other fascinating tidbits. The hundreds of movie clips are numerous and well-chosen, a lot of which are pretty grainy and I've never heard of. Somehow despite exclusive use of other films, this is going to be on DVD soon. Maybe there's some fair use shit when it comes to movies I don't know about.Also I did not know I lived so close to the Music Box steps! I should go sometime.
EpicLadySponge t (au) wrote: If Garfield got the hanging of the CGI effects, there would be no way that Garfield can totally outdo himself from making this movie look like a mess.
Paul D (ru) wrote: English medieval shenanigans American style. A bit of a romp but not a classic.
Jason T (ca) wrote: One never gets tired of looking at Betty Blue... until the last 30 minutes when in typically French style the audience is intentionally driven to repulsion, rejection and depression.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: A warm mysterious summer!
Momin K (gb) wrote: for the spectacle and Joan Collins
Steve S (ru) wrote: *** (out of four) A beautifully filmed and tragic silent film that marked the screen debut of one of history's greatest stars...Great Garbo. She is less glamourous than we're used to, but she has an undeniable screen presence. It's hard to keep your eyes off her. She is the film's main attraction. Garbo and Asta Nielsen play two young women who come from respectable, but very poor familes. In order to survive and to help themselves eat, the two young women sell themselves into prostitution. Dismal and depressing, it is also quite memorable.