Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters

Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters

A documentary that captures the greatest world record Tetris players as they prepare for the Classic Tetris World Championship. From the days of Thor Aackerlund and his historic victory at the 1990 Nintendo World Championships, right up to the present and Harry Hong's perfect "Max-Out" score, this documentary expertly chronicles over two decades of Tetris Mastery.

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PieterJan V (de) wrote: Pretty average flick. De Vito was pretty good though.

Jaime R (it) wrote: I like Robin Williams, but his Polish accent is just terrible.

Andrew B (fr) wrote: Sometimes you watch a movie when you are younger and think it is the best thing ever. Jerry Maguire was one of those movies for me. For years I would say it was a good movie, when in reality, I only saw it once as a younger kid. Well, I am 32 now, and was home sick from work one day and it happened to be on, so I watched it from start to finish. I sat there dumbfounded about how I could ever think this was a quality movie. It is just flat out, for lack of a better word, corny. Yes, I guess in the grand scheme of things it is a love story about two unlikely people who come together and football just happens to be in the backdrop. It was actually comical how cheesy it was. Then I started to think, wait a second, Cuba Gooding Jr won an Oscar for this !! Are you kidding me ! Possibly the single most undeserved Oscar award of all time. He wins over William H Macy in Fargo, a young Edward Norton in Primal Fear, and James Woods in Ghosts of Mississippi. This has to be a mistake, right ? And not to mention Cruise was nominated for Best Actor, there must have been some serious dope smoking that year while the voting was going on, but I digress. In the end if your looking for a sports movie turn elsewhere, if your looking for a cool movie about sports agents and athletes, turn elsewhere. if you are however, looking for a movie to watch with your girlfriend when she suggests a chick flick night, then I would go for this one, at least you have some type of football action in the backdrop. Overall though, this movie is just plan cheesy and corny.

Lui L (au) wrote: First, the music by Joe Hisaishi is brilliant, what a memorable score. The first part of the film is light, fun and the rhythm is apparently faster than the second half. You can feel the spring passion in the first part of the movie, the monkey businesses. For the two main characters, school is their playground. They controls the school. They are the main focus of the school: the teachers the classmates all notice what they are doing. In the second half of the movie the pace of the film is much much slower, you can feel how boring the society is. Society is not fun. It is a place full of enemies. The film becomes much heavier. In the end, when they cycle around in the school the movie catches its light moment again. The first time they left the school it was a horrible memory. After this reunion in the school they will have to leave the school for the second time; will they have a good time this time?

Maarrk H (us) wrote: There's a major shift for me as a viewer after watching '28 Up' (mostly due to my being of a similar age to those in the film) that comes with '35 Up'. Suddenly, the people I've watched grow up from the age of 7 in a rapidly-condensed period of time have surpassed me. There's wrinkles on their faces. Their parents have died. They're thinking the earliest thoughts of retirement. And what strikes here most, is that I'm only 5 years away from them. That said, as a film, it's another brilliant chapter in one of the greatest series I've ever seen (although it sorely lacks the presence of Peter, who dropped out after '28 Up' given the effect his political comments had on his career).

Tom S (es) wrote: It's fun, and only that.

Private U (ca) wrote: Roths second film after 'Made in Britian' proved he was no one trick pony with another blinding permformance. Oldman is average, Molina's character is very anoying as is the dialogue. A bizarre story with an aweful score makes this a difficult film to watch, shame because Roth's performance is one of his best.

Luc L (ag) wrote: Not an exciting western.

Henrik H (ag) wrote: Actually a rather fine piece of sci-fi / catastrophe cinema..

David M (us) wrote: Oh dear.I suppose it was bound to happen eventually: after defeating the 'Blood God' in the first (and to my mind, best - even if the said 'Blood God' turned out to be a bit wimpy) film, and the Luke Goss led 'Reapers' in the second film, it appears that they ran out of ideas for Blade to face-off against until somebody had a not-so-bright idea: "I know, that's bring back Dracula!". Why, oh why, does Dracula have to make an appearance in just about any vampire series?Anyway: this introduces the NightStalkers to the story, partly led by Whistler's illegitimate daughter. It does have a promising start as Blade is set up by the vampires and then captured by the authorities, but that whole plot-strand then seems to fall by the way-side in favour of some ridiculously over-edited action scenes as Blade takes a back-seat to the Nightstalkers before he faces off against the vampires progenitor ...

Jessica D (de) wrote: Actually really cute.

Glenn L (es) wrote: It's excellent in large part because of Albert Finney. The guy's a pro. He's got one of those mugs that's all character and no prettiness or pretense. He never poses; he just sinks into whatever role and makes it look effortless. I've always loved the way he brings his stage craft to plot-oriented genre films.

Ben H (de) wrote: Likeable Preminger noir, with an excellent Ben Hecht script, with great lines like: 'You look bunged up like a barrelhouse vag' Interesting queer villian and more moral ambiguities explored. Fairly well put together and some nice visuals, however Tierney is not at her best and Andrews is pretty unconvincing.

Brian D (de) wrote: A fone classic from the 80's.Dated but enjoyable altogeather.