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Jessica J (kr) wrote: Mystifying ha ha...Just OK.
Matt K (ca) wrote: Supurb fillm about overcoming adversity
Bill V (es) wrote: Nice music and scenery but slow and boring. But weak script.
Matt Y (es) wrote: so under appreciated
Alex B (ca) wrote: A kind of Chinese capitalist fairy tale, somewhat sinister/creepy (as all fairy tales should be), that quite sadly crashes into reality at the end. Much better than, say, Big Fish.
Sean S (ru) wrote: I can watch this repeatedly & enjoy it more each viewing.
RiP M (us) wrote: Ironic title reflects on what a prospective career could be: is it a job, a concept, an aspiration or unattainable? A dreamy outback epic.
Kelly C (nl) wrote: OOH... Vinnie is such a sweet treat in this one! I loved it! It was a similar type atmosphere as the film Rebecca but was better in my opinion. I never quite got the whole, hey cousin, now we are not cousin business though. But all in all I loved it, I just love the older Vinnie films.
Allan C (mx) wrote: Wildly fun genre mash up, combining the post apocalyptic film elements with medieval fantasy. While digging up the streets of London, a construction crew unwittingly unearths (ALA "Quatermass and the Pit") a long dormant dragon. The film then picks up years later an most of the earths human population have been killed by a scourge of dragons and have been forced to go into hiding, living off the ruins of the old world (most of the world was destroyed by nuclear bombs in an attempt to kill all the dragons). The film follows one group who have gone into hiding in a medieval castle, led by Christian Bale. The film does a great job of setting up their world, showing how they hide from the dragons, how they get their food, and their primitive living conditions. Their world is then rocked when an American para-military group shows up, led by a swaggering, axe-wielding Matthew McConaughey, who claims his group are dragon hunters. This film has a pretty gonzo set up that could easily have been made into a cheesy (though probably still enjoyable) Charles Band picture, but this film was directed by frequent "X-Files" writer/director Rob Bowman, who brings utter seriousness to the film. Much like the "X-Files," stories with a far fetched premiss can either campy or done with utter seriousness. Camp is a lot easier, but often times films that want to be serious become unintentional camp, but in my option (which isn't shared by everyone) is that this film does manage to pull it off. McConaughey and Bale are both undeniably actors who can pull off serious dramatic roles that there do so very well here (though I'll admit McConaughey does dip into camp at a few points). You also get future serious dude Gerard Butler in a supporting role. For me the is film totally works as an interesting post apocalyptic action fantasy film, but at the same time I can also see that this film coming off as completely ridiculous to audience members whoa re not fans of these types of genre films or not willing to suspend disbelief. The underused Izabella Scorupco also appears in the film.
Kevin R (ag) wrote: That's what boys do.Eva and Franklin have a unique little boy, Kevin, who is especially disobedient with his mother but extremely easy going with his dad. This behavior has been observed since birth and the father doesn't take her feedback too seriously. As the boy gets older, Eva gets pregnant with a little girl. The son's behavior gets even more intense as the sister grows older and older."You don't look happy.""Have I ever?"Lynne Ramsay, director of Ratcatcher, Morvern Callar, and the upcoming You Were Never Really Here, delivers We need to Talk about Kevin. The storyline for this picture is fascinating in a Carrie kind of way. The writing and delivery is perfect and the conclusion is compelling. The cast delivers outstanding performances and includes Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller."Is this about fucking?"I came across this on Netflix and randomly decided to add it to my queue. The content is remarkably original with a slightly unoriginal ending, but the conclusion is worthwhile and well done. This is a surprisingly perfectly executed picture that is intense and worthwhile. I strongly recommend seeing this."I'll take them as they are."Grade: A
dale a (ca) wrote: I just had to write a reveiw after seeing some of the ratings for this film. I screen films for friends all the time at my house. Of all the films people love,talk about, and want to watch again, this is one of those jems.I have refered it to soo many friends and they come back telling me they cant believe they never heard of it. They love it. Some great imagery, music, acting, drama, suspense, sex, and reflection. Maybe some people cant relate to some of the characters becuase they have not had that many life experiances. Excuse the short interveiw, but I did not have much time to go in detail. Will write a proper interveiw later.