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Brett P (kr) wrote: One of the most introspective and creative romance films of all time. Phoenix and Johansson are in top form, while Jonze's unique direction counterweights hilarity with echoing loneliness.
Phillie E (fr) wrote: Cynically entertaining.
Pete G (br) wrote: A good rom com thats so easy watchin
Kristy P (nl) wrote: Cute, funny movie...I especially liked the part about the blind sister. And c'mon...a young Jude Law is not bad. :D
Chetan V (gb) wrote: As an a young 19 year old PIO who has observed NRI-PIO culture for my entire life, as well as visited India on numerous occasions, I have to say this film provides an incredibly distorted and almost romanticized vision of both NRI life and manners in the West and Indian manners and habits in India. Quite simply they try to recreate an India that for many NRI's is not the India they necessarily came from. And most NRI's I know are NOT as detached or sneering at their homeland as this shit film makes it out to be. Most, if not all, are about as traditional, if not more psychopathically so than the people living in India itself. And PIO's that I've grown up with mostly tend to be more or less very forthcoming in identifying as Indians, with their own popularized subcultural ideals and visions of the country from which their parents came. This movie, made in 1997 as it is, grossly ignores the Indian-American youth subculture that tends to be much more celebratory of India than that shown in here. I don't seek to generalize. Perhaps there are few like the so called "Rajiv" here, but its a gross generalization that does not adhere to reality. Also, I'm surprised this is the rural India they celebrate so vigorously. I wonder how they conveniently forgot to leave out the abject poverty and social discrimination that exists in many of these north Indian/Punjabi villages, not to mention the problems that arise from dowry problems (including bride burnings); so much for give give give defining Indian love.And let me provide an account of my own: in a house in a small town in the Andhra Pradesh state/province of India, I saw a cobra, but instead of bending down and praying to it, the servants picked it up with a stick and threw it back into the wild. Worship cobras my ass. The cobra may have significance in Hindu iconography, but not everywhere (if anywhere!) do people fall on their knees to pray to cobras.
Walter C (gb) wrote: The movie is about an hour long which is a bonus since ten to fifteen minutes of that hour is flashbacks to previous Full Moon productions. If you enjoy watching movies because they are terrible then don't pass this one up because this one is about as bad as stupid gets.
Tanner B (us) wrote: Once Upon a Time in America (1984) ????Long, flawed, but brilliant gangster saga detailing Jewish gangster returning to his youth to confront the regrets of his old life. No film has ever captured the complete isolated side of one man and his inner feelings of his friends. Staggering Art-direction, powerhouse performances by De Niro and Woods; several brutally unforgettable scenes. Liabilities: draggy stretches, somewhat perplexing moments, main characters whose motives remain cold throughout the entire film. Even still, Leone, his trusted photographer Tonino Delli Colli, and score composer Ennio Morricone have created an grand film with impeccable vision and two stunning performances. Unlike any other movie ever made; a triumph.
Vadim D (ca) wrote: A silly 60s film, but so fun to watch. Although that era produced a lot of fluff, i find myself really enjoying the campy Hollywood material.
David P (nl) wrote: Imagine if the Karate Kid remake was actually good. That's his movie
Gregory W (ru) wrote: anything with Judy Davis is good she rocks!