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Heba M (de) wrote: has some pretty funny moments, but overall it was just eh.
Chris B (br) wrote: A very heartfelt movie about a terrible event that went down in Rwanda. Don Cheadle steals the show and gives one of his best performance's ever.
Paul A (gb) wrote: very light hearted feel good movie, I enjoyed it and thought it had a good storyline and ending. Worth watching.
Alexander C (it) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Ian M (us) wrote: One of the more disappointing gialli I've seen.
John D (jp) wrote: Pretty awful, even by Elvis movie standards. The female lead is supposed to be kooky and fun but in reality is just extremely annoying. The main problem is that the film makers try to inject some 'serious/mature/adult/realistic' elements-- a few four-letter words, more overt sexual references-- into the standard Elvis formula of childish pratfalls, cardboard characters, absurd plots, and overall genial silliness. Let's just say that it doesn't work at all. Personally, I want my Elvis movies to be completely inane.
Charles P (kr) wrote: I'll never ever look as good as Joe Dallesandro. Even now that's he's really old, he probably still looks better than me. This is a disappointment. Maybe I could try and talk like him? That might help my self esteem. Oh yeah, this film is funny and boring at the same time. Just like, you know, life, and stuff. I especially like the stripper who talks about getting raped and wants a boob job. She didn't like being raped, but, after the fact, thought it was okay. That about sums it up I think.
Luis Diego R (gb) wrote: Stunning piece of art from the masterful hands of Satyajit Ray. The second part of the Apu trilogy is even more depressing and touching than Pather Panchali, though I enjoyed Aparajito the most. The cast makes a great performance, specially Karuna Bannerjee as Apu's mother. If you really want to know about India's life don't go directly to Slumdog Millionaire, and look for this amazing movies. I still have to watch Apur Sansar (the third part) but I have really high expectations. A must see.
sean l (it) wrote: Really good live action version. Definitely been a holiday tradition with the original since it came out.
Ola G (ca) wrote: In 1868, within the Ruby Mountains, Gideon (Pierce Brosnan) roasts hare over an open fire. Suddenly, gunshots ring out with one striking his left arm. He grabs what he can and races down the mountain. His attackers emerge from their cover to inspect his campsite. Colonel Morsman Carver (Liam Neeson), a former Confederate officer, is accompanied by Pope (Robert Baker), Hayes (Michael Wincott), Parsons (Ed Lauter) and the Kid (John Robinson); who are all engaged in a bounty operation to apprehend him. What is the reason for the hunt, what connects Gideon and Carver and happened at Seraphim Falls?...In a mixed review, Christy Lemire writing in the Deseret News mused about the lead characters, stating, "Their climactic confrontation is visually arresting in its starkness. But as an anti-war statement, a call to lay down arms that's clearly intended to be relevant today, it's a bit too clunky in its literalism." She ultimately found the film to be "technically solid" but a "dramatically unremarkable Western". Todd McCarthy of the Variety staff believed the film was "nothing rousing or new" and that Brosnan along with Neeson wouldn't be enough "to muster more than modest theatrical B.O. for this very physical but familiar oater." He did however reserve praise for the cinematography noting, "Its physical beauty notwithstanding - Toll's work, which emphasizes the blues and greens of the forests, is always a pleasure to behold". The film however, was not without its supporters. Claudia Puig writing for USA Today offered an almost entirely positive review recalling how she thought the film was a "psychological drama with an intriguing ambiguity that challenges the viewer's loyalties and preconceived notions." She remarked that the storyline was an "elaborate and relentless chase that takes those involved into primal psychological terrain." Stephen Holden writing in The New York Times applauded some of the realism displayed in the film, commenting, "Nothing in the rest of the film comes close to matching the impact of Gideon's carving the bullet from his arm with his hunting knife, then cauterizing the wound while emitting agonizing howls. This scene is enough to give you vicarious hypothermia." He also expressed his satisfaction with the visual attributes of the picture by saying "Its strongest element is the austere majesty of the cinematography by John Toll ("Braveheart," "Legends of the Fall," "The Thin Red Line"), in which the severe beauty of the Western landscape looms over the characters as a silent rebuke." Critic Josh Rosenblatt, writing for The Austin Chronicle viewed Seraphim Falls as "Meditative, beautifully shot, and blessed with a healthy dose of cynicism" and a "morality play without the morality and a Western Purgatorio that, in the end, demands its protagonists resign themselves to their loneliness and brutality and avail themselves of the redemptive power of sheer exhaustion." Kevin Crust of the Los Angeles Times gave the film a somewhat mixed rating calling it "A beautifully shot chase film by writer-director David Von Ancken and co-writer Abby Everett Jaques, it moves along with minimalist efficiency" but overall admitting it ran out of "gas during an overlong allegorical final section." Author Joshua Rothkopf of Time Out commented that the film "has all the good looks of its wintry Oregon locales, not to mention the equally craggy faces of Liam Neeson and a grizzled-up Pierce Brosnan, embroiled in a Fugitive-like pursuit with the latter on the run."When "Seraphim Falls" came out in 2006 I did like it as far as I remember, but I must say that when re-seeing it in 2017 I see more flaws compared to what I saw back then. The storyline carries some resemblances (and I reckon a homage) to Clint Eastwoods classic "The Outlaw Josey Wales". Being a revenge story, but not maybe not as straightforward as the "The Outlaw Josey Wales", the pace is very on and off in my opinion. But, the cinematography has several treats for the eyes. The pursuit goes throughout the whole film and to be honest neither Brosnan nor Neeson impress that much in their respective roles if you ask me. Two brits trying to portray protagonists from the Civil War feels somewhat so so in my book. Maybe its because both of them feels a bit "done" on the screen today and that colours my judgment. The encounters between the characters becomes more and more surreal during the running time and in the end we enter something more supernatural and metaphorical with Anjelica Huston's character Louise C. Fair (Lucifer) and a scorching desert obviously representing Purgatory, where according to Catholic tradition, sins are burned away. This is of course something a bit more "different" within the genre, but at the same time it doesnt balance over the film to becoming a great western. "Seraphim Falls" is an average western in my book and nothing more.
Deanna B (ca) wrote: Totally put this on just to have something on in the background and really got sucked into it. Definitely was surprised.
Daniel D (ag) wrote: Um jovem rapaz se apaixona pela sobrinha de Pablo Escobar e acaba se mudando para a casa dele e aps algum tempo engajado em uma misso na qual deve esconder o dinheiro do trfico, porm depois de esconder o dinheiro ser morto... Filme excelente para quem conhece a histria de Pablo Escobar, recomendo assistir Narcos antes do filme...