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Walter M (us) wrote: Before they have a chance to escape, sisters Ajla(Zana Marjanovic), an artist, and Lejla(Vanessa Glodjo) are rounded up by Serbian soldiers. And they are soon separated as Ajla is taken prisoner to an army camp. To punctuate the soldiers' intent, one of the women is raped in front of the others. Ajla is next but Danijel(Goran Kostic) intercedes on her behalf. It turns out that they briefly dated before the bombs fell and their romance now recommences. Except all good things must end, as Danijel is called to Sarajevo by his father(Rade Serbedzija) and can no longer protect her. So, he shows her how to escape... To its credit, "In the Land of Blood and Honey" is one of the only depictions of the recent genocide in the Balkans as seen from the ground level. The movie hits the right tone that is neither mawkish or exploitative in dramatizing the horrors the rest of world was ignoring. Framing it around a romance like it is here is definitely tricky and risky in the extreme, but first time writer-director Angelina Jolie pulls it off, as these characters were until very recently able to live in peace together and it would therefore seem reasonable that Danijel would have second thoughts about his current actions.
Logan M (ca) wrote: An often bleak story surrounded by bright visuals, "Enter the Void" is a slow moving, highly accessible art-film set inside a fitting underworld of sorts.
Jack B (mx) wrote: Some films just shouldn't exist and this fecking awful piece of repulsive cinematic wasteage is certainly in that category, well at least the likes of Basic Instinct 2 has company. DO NOT WATCH THIS! How did the same mind that helmed The Innkeepers direct this?
Atif H (ru) wrote: this movie makes no sense, the story is a complete disaster and the kung fu is all cgi, just garpage
Bruce B (gb) wrote: A Joke is what this movie is. Right from the opening scene with what's supposed to be United States Marines on a mission, the face paint alone tells you what Hollywood thinks of our fighting forces and there missions. If you ever see a Marine in the shape or with the hair these actors have you are not looking at US Marines. I have yet to see a movie with Dolph Lundgren in it where he was nothing more then a idiot. The movie is about a Virus called Agent Red that is being transported back to the US via Submarine, but Russian terriost have take over the sub and Dolph single handily saves the day, kills all 12 terrorist and pilots the submarine all by himself with the help of his fiance Meilani Paul. The lines in the movie are funny but way out of place, American actors who are supposed to be Russians lose there Russian accent at times, like I said a joke. So why would I buy such a movie because it was in the $3 bin at Big Lots. 1 1/2 stars and I am being very nice.
Avid C (ag) wrote: Susan Sarandon's character is an annoying egocentric overbearing mother. Easy to hate her, and it makes Natalie Portman's character even more likable. The scenario is nothing new, the moral at the end too forgiving, but at least the acting is good. It's watchable, slightly entertaining, but not worth your time.
Jeffrey C (ca) wrote: This movie is terrible. So many errors. It looked bad. It was badly acted. It was very, very poorly edited. But the nostalgia made me love it.And it had a guy with a blade in his braid!!
Matthew M (de) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. It is disturbing in a bad way, the acting is annoying, the characters are insane, the effects are the waste of the budget for this movie, and the main character has too many psychological problems
Manny C (ca) wrote: Whatever became of Bud Cort, also best-known as one of the irreverent duo in Harold and Maude. Here he stars in Robert Altman's Brewster McCloud, a resident of a fall-out shelter who longs to literally fly out of his confines. Alongside Altman regulars Shelly Duvall and Michael Murphy, Cort does Altman proud. One of the great unsung movies in Altman's canon.
Derek J (au) wrote: one of derived schumacher's most poignant films with a brilliant assemblage of talent. very high concept asking the question on everyone's minds and explores it dutifully. great film! (=
Indira S (us) wrote: the chemistry of the two leads were amazingit makes u really rooth for them :)
Sanford R (ag) wrote: The worst 'Herbie' movie of the six that I've seen. This was pretty annoying. I guess that after a few of these movies it starts to get a little old. Very disappointing for a Disney movie as well.
Ralph R (gb) wrote: Bill Maher is politically incorrect and just incorrect in general in this pooper scooper.