Disappearances

Disappearances

Quebec Bill Bohomme is a hardy schemer and dreamer, who, desperate to raise money to preserve his endangered herd through the rapidly approaching winter, resorts to whiskey-smuggling, a ...

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Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Andrea C (gb) wrote: Pathetic attempt at... At what? Has Woody Allen run out of scripts?

Max W (ca) wrote: It's a base idea with a predictable outcome but it works because the characters actually -gasp- behave like real people! The drama isn't hinged on frustrating cliched bullshit misunderstandings."Your son hates me. And I gotta say, I fuckin' hate him too."

Jason B (jp) wrote: Finally got around to watching this and it is a definite must for any comedy lover Rogen and Franco deliver a gut busting performance like no other!!!!

Alfredo S (ru) wrote: Epic Movie is exactly what you would expect, a painful unfunny attempt at making movie references without jokes or substance with the only purpose of bringing the audience to the theater seats.

Steven H (jp) wrote: The only comedic aspect that comes from this movie are the performances of Katt Williams and Tracy Morgan and neither are given enough scenes. Because of this "First Sunday" is more of a cautionary drama without a lot of substance.

Julie G (jp) wrote: Great fighting scenes

Kandis A (fr) wrote: I couldn't get to the movies fast enough when this came out. I still have the tape to this movie. Love it!!!!!

Paul D (us) wrote: Good premise for a thoughtful road movie, funny as you'd expect given the clash of brotherly personalities, it manages to examine sibling rivalry and reconnection at the same time.

d h (de) wrote: Fellini's ambitious cinematic ode to benign male heterosexuality (at times verging on pornography -- but there are worse crimes a movie can commit).

Jennifer H (gb) wrote: Very sad but sweet. I liked Davis in this role better than all the others I've seen her in.

Jim H (fr) wrote: A woman interviews men about their relationships with women and feminism.Throughout most of the first act of Brief Interviews with Hideous Men I had no idea where it was going, and worse, I didn't care. Julianne Nicholson acted like Julianne Nicholson usually does - awkward and lost, drawn to expectation and thwarted by disappointment. And the stories in the first act were banal in the way one might expect - creepy in some cases, but overall, not extraordinary. Then, at the beginning of what should have been the second act (this film's structure is strange because it seemed like they skipped act two), there is a story about a man whose father worked as a bathroom attendant to support his family. John Krasinski's direction allows the older son to confront his younger father about his sacrifices, and the result is touching and compelling. The film takes off from there, the stories getting more and more interesting and the protagonist's goal more and more clear. Krasinski's final monologue proves him to be a strong dramatic actor.However, I did think that the dialogue, much of which must have been copied out of David Foster Wallace's book, seemed like it was written by an actor who wanted the opportunity to read what he read in public, not the result of a conscious dramatic choice.Overall, I liked the last half of this film even though it's a true "actors movie."