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Noshin H (it) wrote: I just made this message and then we have a movie and I just let me know if we can get the new York on the new York NY and I
Chris B (es) wrote: half a star, 'nuff said.
Jbells16 B (ag) wrote: The vocals are outstanding, the actors are believable, the plot keeps you humble.
Ashleigh S (ca) wrote: A good movie for those approaching mid-life crisis.
Walter M (br) wrote: "Middle of Nowhere" starts with Ruby(Emayatzy Corinealdi), a nurse, visiting her husband Derek(Omari Hardwick) at the prison in Victorville. While he is pessimistic about his chances, she reminds him that with good behavior he can get out in five years. Four and half years later, her hope has not diminished a bit, as she still makes regular visits to the prison, on top of her hospital rounds and babysitting for her sister Rosie(Edwina Findley), with their disapproving mother(Lorraine Toussaint) looking on. And then Ruby gets news that Derek may be getting out sooner than even she had thought possible... "Middle of Nowhere" is a well-acted, modest and understated movie. So much so, that even the grandstanding comes off as subtle. As the movie drops pieces of information throughout, some may find Ruby more than a little naive when in fact she had been dropped into an unfamiliar world where so many women have to regularly endure the emotional and economic hardships that she now lives with. In any case, how could you not like a character who likes foreign films?(In this case, "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul.") And, yes, people do ride the bus in Los Angeles.
Davis P (kr) wrote: A very good and heartwarming story about a sweet girl. Surprisingly good, Sandra gives a great performance!
Francisca M (gb) wrote: The film is an odd little French film. It's almost creepy. I can understand the themes running through it of female friendship, love, and such. It showed the trueness of being young and having friends. However, it was still just odd and a little uncomfortable.
Donna W (ag) wrote: Makes you appreciate Canada.........peace, freedom, etc.......... It also made me want to do something about the horrors in Africa. I'm learning more about the country and how to help. Sponsor a child, help a woman in crisis, don't just sit there.......DO SOMETHING!
Greg R (kr) wrote: Is it a perfect film, no, and I can totally understand peoples dislike for it.
Dan M (mx) wrote: 5 out of 5 stars! This was a really great film! My kind of film! A really powerful, harrowing, yet fun, original and interesting tale. I wish I had seen it sooner, but I'm so happy I finally got around to it! I really like stories that focus on the 70s as it seemed like such an interesting, exciting, and transitional time period for the world, music, film, and the culture at large. This conveyed a lot of that very well.
MF J (gb) wrote: What an amazing film! From the camera work to the choices of narratives, this film is probably one of the best of it's genre. Tensed, hard, visually striking , this is a film done with a lot of guts, heart and passion. Great cast, amazing locations and a cinematography to die for, this film will surprise you and take you on a 24 hours insane ride in the life of these three very different but close friends. This is a film of a generation, the mid 90's seen through the eyes of a man who has an incredible talent as a film maker and a story teller.... rarely a film with such content was shot with such brilliance and poised. What a punch!
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Senor C (kr) wrote: Basically for slasher/horror or Jesus Franco completists Bloody Moon put me to sleep 2 times right around the 30 minute mark; even the 3rd time was a bit of a strain but I do have to admit the pacing and interest does pick up considerably in the last 20-25 minutes and is slightly better (even w/ it's gracious nudity that tries to peek the viewer's fading interests) than what proceeds it..and that's not to say that Bloody Moon isn't bloody because w/ the likes of a cheap ban saw decapitation, scissor stabbing and a back impaling that juts out the victim's nipple it doe have its crimson moments but it's all rather flat and uninvolving; even if Franco relentlessly zooms into the grisly action
Grant S (es) wrote: Fairly cheesy, but not too bad. Quite emotional at the end. Good performance by Ryan O'Neal. Ali MacGraw was a tad irritating and wooden in her role. Ray Milland reminded me why I didn't like him in Dial M for Murder...
Art S (au) wrote: It's like the long drawn-out moody denouement from another film in which Lino Ventura has lived a successful life of crime but which culminated in his escaping from France to live in exile. However, there was no other film! Classe Tous Risques begins abruptly with Ventura seeking to return to Paris after a long exile with his wife and two young kids and a partner. After stealing money for the road and nearly getting caught, they run into tragedy when they are confronted at the border by customs officials and a shoot-out leaves only Ventura and his two boys (7 and 5) alive. So, he calls up his old friends in Paris to come get him out of Nice and back home - but they don't want to know him anymore, now that they are all set up in new profitable lives. They send a hired hand instead, who turns out to be Belmondo, who turns out to be a good egg. He helps Ventura to get the kids taken care of and then they turn their minds to revenge. But Ventura is running out of steam, feeling low, more empty than stoic; Belmondo is full of vigor, falling in love with Sandra Milo, as a counterpoint. The film follows the usual course of French noir, carefully observing the mechanics of each moment, whether it be a heist or a conference amongst gangsters. There's action enough but the mood is sombre. Melville owned this genre but his great films (except Bob le Flambeur, 1956) all came later. Perhaps Touchez Pas Au Grisbi (1954) and Rififi (1955) are the best earlier examples. Still, this hit the spot.
Stephen Z (de) wrote: Even as someone who enjoyed "Daredevil", it came as a surprise that the film was followed up with the spin-off/sequel "Elektra". But despite its apparent continuity with "Daredevil", "Elektra" is a completely different film, both in terms of tone and entertainment. While "Daredevil" was fairly grounded and enjoyable, "Elektra" is dull and supernatural to a fault. This is largely due to the fact that it draws from every clich in the (comic) book. The action is just a bunch of kung fu, and it gets boring real quick. There is a rushed, forced romance. And the bad guys are a band of misfit, wannabe villains that turn into green farts when they die.From its generic origin story to its unsatisfying ending, "Elektra" fails to distinguish itself from its far superior cousins, like "Spider-Man" and "X-Men". Jennifer Garner may be a good lead actress in other films, but she doesn't have what it takes to be a lead in an action flick. I'll give "Elektra" credit for being a female-led superhero film, but it is unfortunate that one of the first female-led superhero films made is so unenjoyable and a poor adaption of the character.
Gabriella P (ag) wrote: Not a new favorite. Loved Sam 2 tho :)
Adam D (fr) wrote: It makes me very sad to see how critics and some fanatical fans are trying to destroy another good movie. Yes I don't think this is the greatest movie of this time, nor is it an atrocity to the history of film. I have this though to say; this is a movie that sets a larger universe, and it's a universe where things actually are taken seriously.This is a good thing. That said, this doesn't mean I'm against Marvel for their more light portrayal of the comic book franchise.But there is repercussions of having comics strongest character in its universe. And this is what DC Comics & Warner Bros. are doing right. Batman is brutal, and that is what we love him for. Wonder Woman is fierce, and this what I adore her for. Superman is the embodiment of contradiction, which gives him more character than just a superhero.One thing that I am looking forward to in DC's next projects is more humor. But don't let this remark fool you, different characters need different tones. Overall this is a great movie, and yes it has its flaws, but they don't overshine the plot, the motive of the charaters and the stunning visuals! I can only recormend you watching this movie!