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Jei P (ca) wrote: time is both a torture and a blessing
Ali S (ag) wrote: Although I was really excited to see a doc pay attention to a problem close to home (quite literally), the effort resulted in three and a half stars.
Siavash (ca) wrote: absolutely underrated. one of the best American indies I've seen in my life. I don't know what they call it, surreal or post modern or whatever the hell you want. but it was a masterpiece. the only con was the characters, especially mom's boyfriend. but imagination scenes were exactly the pictures that sould be seen with a GY!BE track.
Christine R (kr) wrote: interesting story line
Tariq S (br) wrote: i think it should be scored lower than this
Sayer F (it) wrote: King of New York may not be original, but Christopher Walken gives a fantastic lead performance and the script is smart enough to keep the viewer interested.
Brian R (br) wrote: Three Caballeros is sooooooooooooooo much better.
Richard L (de) wrote: Absolutely tremendous. I watched a 2006 reconstruction of the movie on Netflix with musical direction reconstructed from the original compositions. The print is just gorgeous. The movie itself is so well made, from the cinematography to the lighting. I particularly loved the incredible vistas, doorways and thresholds. Also incredible is the editing, including a frantic cutting back and forth between scenes of Hutter trying to get home before the evil force of nature Nosferatu arrives.Hutter, Jonathan Harker by another name, of course, is tremendously fun. I loved his joy when he woke up in the morning, but he was also great as a frantic husband trying to get home to his wife. Ellen is an incredible hero, and her dramatic gesturing is a wonder to behold.Then there is Max Schreck as Nosferatu. By today's standards, his vampire articulations and antics might seem silly, but it is easy enough to get into the spirit of German film in the 1920s and witness just how terrifying this creature is. I think what really helped me to get into the mood was how the filmmaker depicted Nosferatu like a force of nature, his coming heralded by premonition, atmospherics, and rats. Lots of rats.The gestures might be less dramatic, the gore more colorful and explicit, but few horror films today reach the lofty pinnacle set by F.W. Murnau's amazing Nosferatu. I highly recommend this masterpiece.
Nate T (us) wrote: Solid crime caper film. On Blu-ray.
Facebook U (kr) wrote: Sorry but, I did not like this too much. It felt a bit too forced from the beginning and even as jokes it felt flat for me. After that, the film seemed to rehash some 70s ideas about liberty, women lib theme. The right to fool around with anyone they meet. In another country, the choice being limited... I wasn't moved. I still think Sofia is cool though. Good effort. A french film.