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WS W (ru) wrote: Women's potential revolutionary power, which always seen in Catherine Breillat's previous work, is totally wiped out this time in her personal autobiographical piece.Narrative looks dragging, & even confusing sometimes. Isabelle Huppert is still the one who pulls everything up together after all, although she was rather miscast.

Shelby J (jp) wrote: The Obama Effect is a solid film. It not only recaptures one of the greatest periods in U.S. history, it also takes a solid look at what life was like for one man. Some of the post on here appear to be from people who have not seen the film. See the film and be rewarded with a good experience whether democrat or republican.

Gary C (ca) wrote: Action from start to finish pretty good stunts but there was a little bit to much C.G.I in this movie so much that it took away from the true martial arts in the movie but on the plus side the rza was actually pretty good in this one you will enjoy this movie

Sammy S (es) wrote: Animals United. I saw it during spring break and i liked it. the score by David Newman is awesome, the characters were creative, the settings were cool and overall it's an enjoyable movie. why would people say it's bad. they need to see the Hungarian film Vuk to understand the art of other countries doing films.

Molly W (mx) wrote: Really loved the lead actress but the dream sequences were incomprehensible. The symbolism was clunky and overdone.

James D (nl) wrote: Meh. Mildly creepy but it takes a while to ramp up. This played out a lot like the movies they play on the 'W' channel. The husband is an idiot and thinks his wife is crazy seeing ghosts. Typical. I've seen it a million times.

Bengel W (mx) wrote: This sympathetic film, which has comedy and a sincere and honest look at the complications, of men and babies in an ever complicated moral, ethical, legal and Christian country it gives an honest portrayal. However, considering the script given to the actors, they bring out honest human emotions that they portray with modern day humanity in a high quality standard. Nibbles: Wedding Cake.

Shiny W (it) wrote: hellz yah love this man

Emma C (us) wrote: I'm not entirely sure how accurate this movie is, but I did enjoy it nonetheless. A story of two women coming together against all odds. Sentimental characters and a touching storyline.

Qais A (br) wrote: "Your heart needs to be like it's clean from the inside: no negativity, no bad thoughts. And then you can walk on water."

keith s (de) wrote: A cool concept but I just dont think it was executed as well as it could have been. There was too much left up to the crew and the actors to decide, and in the end it only collapses on itself. It fails because the filmmakers do not understand exactly what they are trying to do, and the film serves only as an interesting failure but nothing more than that.

Iona C (es) wrote: Fantastic, encouraging, inspiring and beautiful story of strength, courage and determination. Absolutley perfect cast, but it could have been rather longer and closer to the book. Never the less a worthy movie and well worth watching. Let's hope they NEVER do a remake - that would ruin it. Tally Ho, Old Chap!

Anthony L (de) wrote: Disney Movie #11: Saludos Amigos A great collection of shorts that is charming, funny and lively. Saludos Amigos is without a doubt, one of Disney's more creative and original films. Although some shorts are better than others, all of them are worth watching if you can grab a copy of this film. Though it's short, it packs in quite a few stories, allowing every story to stay fresh, even after you've watched it. Saludos Amigos is not one of Disney's popular films but it's definitely a showcase of classic Disney characters.

Private U (br) wrote: Jean Harlow's last film, she actually died during the production :(. But it's wonderful, and underrated. Fine performances by both Harlow and Clark Gable. And they sing!

Jack P (br) wrote: A blonde college girl applies for law school to try and impress her ex and to try and win him back. Legally blonde adapts typical chick flick traits but has a completely fresh storyline. Charming and very humorous, this film delivers with the entertainment and is an ultimate feel good film.

Keenan S (it) wrote: Maps To The Stars is a film all about secrets. The skeletons hidden deep within closets, though their presence is still very much known to the people who place them in there and wish to forget their existence, perhaps hoping that one day they will not only cease remembrance, but also maybe even cease existing altogether like it was all a bad dream.But what if those skeletons refuse to remain hidden away? What if, perhaps, they open those closets back up, peering at you with those hollow eye sockets and smiling endlessly with a toothy grin and bony fingers clutching the side of that door as they gaze at you? Everyone has their skeletons in the closet, with some more than others, doing their best to keep those closets locked up tight - padlocks and chains, you name it.This perhaps goes even more so for those in the public eye. Despite being seen and heard, admired fiercely, and the like, they perhaps have more to hide and keep away from the prying eyes of the public that can adore you one moment and then hate and destroy you the next minute like sharks smelling blood in the water, eager to tear apart and devour that which bleeds. The bloodier and juicier, the better.As much as we admire such people, especially celebrities of the star-studded glamor of Hollywood, most wonder at some point what they may be hiding behind it all. Maps To The Stars is all about those people as their dark pasts and terrible secrets escape from their closets and some of those skeletons become flesh and alive once more.The story opens with a girl named Agatha with burn marks on her face (And her body. She even wears gloves to cover some of the burns) riding a bus which arrives in Hollywood. She meets up with a limo driver named Jerome, a struggling actor and wannabe writer working as a driver, who takes her to an old lot at her request which used to have a house belonging to the Weiss family, a prominent celebrity family in which the father, Stafford, is a popular television psychologist, and the son, Benjie is a popular teen actor who became popular after his role in the comedy, Bad Babysitter.Though Jerome finds Agatha peculiar (Especially with her initial response to his question of where she came from, she responded, "Jupiter."), the two becomes friends, with her hiring him to drive her around to various places. She has come to Hollywood after striking up a correspondence with actress, Carrie Fisher (Yes, real-life actress, Carrie "Princess Leia" Fisher), who in turn, recommends her to fellow actress, Havana Segrand to work as her personal assistant.The plot follows a number of people and tangents, which I'll do my best to relay to you.The Weiss family, despite having a great deal of wealth and prominence, has a number of personal issues.Benjie, despite being only 13-years-old, has already been in and out of rehab. He is also horribly arrogant and spoiled, which also means he's not above insulting people.One such incident occurs at the beginning of the film, when he is visiting a girl named Cami in the hospital as a reputation-improvement exercise, rather than a charitable, genuine, caring visit. As he's talking to the starry-eyed girl, excited to see a star, he makes the unfortunate mistake of asking, "So, Cami, how'd you get AIDs?" to which she responds with a most perplexed look, "I-I don't have AIDs. I have non-Hodgkin's lymphoma." He tries to recover from the situation by falsely stating that he'll make a movie about her life.Embarrassed by this mistake, he is furious with his assistant who wrongly told him of what disease the girl had when they leave the hospital, going as far as to call him a, "Jew faggot," before getting into his limo.Benjie is also trying to retain his popularity that Bad Babysitter brought him, by doing the sequel, with his mother acting as his personal agent. Though the studio is on board for the sequel, they are worried about Benjie's past drug problems.Benjie also has issues with his past, involving his older sister that his parents never talk about. The two played rather strange games together as children, like pretending to get married as he recalls. But when he was 7-years-old, she gave him an overdose of sleeping pills and set the house on fire. She was sent to an asylum in Florida, and the family refuses to talk about the issue that still haunts Benjie to this day.After visiting the dying girl, Cami, in the hospital, she dies. And soon, he starts seeing visions of her ghost, haunting him for reasons he can't understand.The father, Stafford, is a popular television psychologist, writing a number of books (One called Secrets Kill, which he calls at one point in the film, "A Classic") and working with high-profile celebrity clientele. He has a titanic ego and aura of arrogance, caring only for himself and his family's celebrity status, all while peddling his ridiculous self-help advice to the gullible and high-paying clientele.The mother, Cristina, works as her son's agent and seems to genuinely care for him, though she is mostly distant and filled with angst, while smoking cigarettes, disillusioned with their false facade they display in public and toiling over their family's many dark secrets (Like how she and her husband are much closer to one another than being married with children. Much, much closer).The plot also follows an actress named Havana Segrand, who is getting older and as is the cruel nature of Hollywood towards actresses, she is losing popularity and fearing her looks will fade.She is also haunted by her past, involving her actress mother, Clarice Taggart, who is famous for her role in the romantic drama, Stolen Waters, and becoming a cult figure after she died tragically in a car fire 30 years earlier.That's not all, however. According to Havana, her mother sexually abused her and throughout the story, she is haunted by visions of her young mother's ghost who taunts her and mocks her, and making other bizarre statements ("You know what Hell really is? A world without narcotics"). Despite this and her other dark secrets, Havana is eager to gain the lead role in the upcoming remake of Stolen Waters, as well as the coveted lead role her mother played. She is also one of the clients of Dr. Weiss, seeing him regularly for his treatments.As she seeks to gain this role, she hires the mysterious girl, Agatha, as her personal assistant (Or as she said to her agent when looking for a new assistant, "I need a new chore-whore") and finds her intriguing because of her personality and wondering about her mysterious burn marks.Little do they know, however, is how Agatha is about to crash through their lives like a wrecking ball as she opens their Pandora's box of dark secrets, revealing their deepest, darkest, ugliest parts of their natures that will ultimately consume them.The story is a bit of mess, I'll admit. It follows many characters and has many facets. That being said, however, I can't really criticize it, even for parts I really didn't get.Oddly enough, the confused, schizophrenic type of storytelling this film tells actually fits, especially with characters suffering from severe psychological problems, especially as their insulated, rich, celebrity lives are invaded by the uncontrollable forces of fate which seeks to punish and reveal their secrets and deeds.It's a story about the cruel nature of fame and celebrity, as well as the dark natures of humanity and its secrets set in the glamor and facade of Hollywood, the ultimate place of facades and hiding behind the mask - second only to the big wigs of Washington D.C.Many have criticized the story for its bizarre tones, and especially its characters and complaining that they're unlikable. They're missing the point. Aside from maybe one or two characters, nobody is really meant to be likable. It's a story about awful, narcissistic, arrogant people and their downfalls at their own hands through their deeds and actions, while the likable ones are swallowed by the cruel Hollywood celebrity machine and spit back out into little chewed up, mangled pieces.As far as tonal problems are concerned (As this film likes to drift back and forth between being a torrid drama and a dark, pitch black comedy with utterly morbid humor), I, too felt that this aspect was fascinating despite being uneven. It fit with the mood and tone of the film's insanity.The acting is excellent across the board, including industry veterans and talented stars I had never even heard of before this film.The main standout is Julianne Moore as Havana Segrand, the egomaniac extraordinaire who is all about vanity. She employs both equal amounts of crazy, but also cunning deception with a scary, bitchy, back-stabbing kind of character.She treats people like garbage, using them only for herself. She's into drugs, she sleeps with prominent producers to get her connections, and she's not above being cheerful when tragedy strikes, such as one scene that elicits both shock and morbid laughs when she cheerfully sings and dances upon hearing that the son of the actress that got the lead role in the Stolen Waters remake drowned, making her drop out of the film in grief ("Let's hear it for little Micah!" she says when she stops singing for a moment)Moore's performance is perfect as she takes on such a despicable character. She is absolutely fascinating to watch.Mia Wasikowska plays the sympathetic Agatha, trying to rebuild her life and trying to remain positive, even with all the awful things have happened in her life. However, even the most good-hearted and kind of people can only suffer so many setbacks, bitter disappointments, and hopes being crushed before they, too, can go mad. She is the living embodiment of the skeleton in the closet, no longer wanting to be contained and unleashing the secrets of these characters.John Cusack gives a brilliant performance as Dr. Stafford Weiss, the egotistical television passing off as a doctor who helps people - one of the ultimate phonies, recalling certain aspects of other popular, real-life pretend doctors (Dr. Phil *cough, cough* Dr. Oz *cough, cough*). He only cares for himself and his celebrity status, even if it means throwing a family member under the bus to save his own sorry ass from their scandals.Evan Bird as Benjie is an actor that I had never heard of, but for a child actor he is rather exceptional in his role as the troubled, arrogant Benjie as he descends into madness and old habits, as he surrounds himself with terrible company who do nothing to prevent him from engaging in such activities, like when in the midst of being high and being allowed to play with a gun (Which his friend boasts about it being one of the guns used in the Columbine shooting), he accidentally shoots his friend's dog. He is reckless and cursed with useless parenting that never truly seeks to help him, even after commits a heinous act in the midst of one of his delusions later on in the film.The other actors are also quite good, like Robert Pattinson (We've come a long way since the Twilight franchise) as Jerome, Sarah Godon as the ghost of Clarice Taggart, employing a similarly cold performance as she did in Cronenberg's previous film, Cosmopolis, and Olivia Williams as Cristina, the troubled mother who is too overprotecting and reinforcing of her son's behaviors.I was thoroughly entertained and fascinated by what I watched. So much so, that I've already watched Maps To The Stars multiple times. I was fascinated, engaged, horrified, humored most morbidly, and totally in love with its morbid, fucked up personality as it strips and lays bare its ugly characters before destroying them with a vengeance - all the facades, all the lies, their egos, their arrogance, and every phony fiber of their beings as they go insane.Despite its dark humor, I was also laughing my ass off during the film. The humor won't to be everyone's liking with how politically-incorrect ("She lets the producers stick their cocks in her ass and pee!" says Havana at one point in the film) and dark it is (Again the celebration of a child's death for Havana's career prospects), but if you don't mind generous helpings of both types of humor, Maps To The Stars is something to behold.I absolutely adore Maps To The Stars. It is destined to be one of my favorite films of the 2010's with its bizarre storytelling, great acting, morbid humor, penchants for sex, drugs, and brutal violence, and how it so brutally takes down the notions of fame, celebrity, and also exposing the dark sides of human nature - all while laughing in the faces of these things and wrecking them with a vengeance.It's messy, most will hate it, and most will be confused. I don't care. I love this film to death as it has cemented itself as one of the great trashy works of cinematic art I have seen. It is glorious.

Jon S (ag) wrote: It could've been a great comedy as it does have some good jokes in it and a relateable dilemma Napoleon has, if the movie's pacing wasn't slow and boring.

Jacob F (jp) wrote: This film was a massive mess. From start to finish it didn't feel like it knew what it was trying to say or do. None of the stories stood out, and all ranged from bad to very bad. Even if you're a big fan of the other two, don't bother watching this wreck.

Livingston H (au) wrote: "Max" is a rather quiet, yet chilling portrait of a mad man in the making. Cusack does well with his role as a struggling, one-armed artist, but it is Noah Taylor who embodies the dark soul of a young Adolf Hitler. This embodiment reaches its highest point during his angry speech to the poor German people in the end. Fictional or not, this is a movie worth watching.

Private U (fr) wrote: i made it to the 13 th level