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Funkytown

1976. Montreal. Eight people who wanted to see and be seen at the trendiest disco will be juggling fame and anonymity until they will be forced to make sober choices in an era when excess was the norm, and when disco was king.

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Eight people who wanted to see and be seen at the trendiest disco will be juggling fame and anonymity until they will be forced to make sober choices in an era when excess was the norm, and when disco was king. Montreal. 1976

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aimee a (fr)

It is ultimately the most melodramatic movie I've seen of Welles and I couldn't help but laugh at how ridiculous it seemed to be at times but the ending was bittersweet. two good things about this one 1) Orson Welles with a beard and 2) it revived his career after the whole hard knocks of Hollywood


Alexander C (jp)

acky film. Planet Mars. D. 2071 A


Ben G (ru)

The mermaid scene & The opening are the only action scenes that stick out. not even by Penelope Cruz Geoffrey Rush & Kevin McNally are underused. . . Jack doesn't get slapped. so i guess this could be positive too. . . Jack The Monkey, Cotton's Parrott & The Black Pearl put in appearances, but they are wayyyy too short, they are good appearances though. Keith Richard's Isn't in it enough. The Crew from the previous films are sorely missed. Negatives Ian McShane isn't given the chance to make Blackbeard a fearsome enough villain, instead he comes across a bit of a pantomime villain Penelope Cruz will likely be in the next one. Perfect Running Length Exept for Blackbeard most of the characters have some good character development. most the stunts are real. g. Positives Incredibly Funny Brilliant Soundtrack Fantastic Opening Great Cast Jack, Barbossa, & Gibbs Return Cameos from Judi Dench, Keith Richards & Richard Griffiths (The latter being a bit more then a cameo) The film looks good & CGI isn't overused, most things have been done practically e. See the film with a fresh mind and make your own opinion, but if you are a fan of the previous films I'm positive you will enjoy this one too. To conclude I think the critics have been far to harsh at the film and take it to seriously. The soundtrack is brilliant as always credit to Mr Hans Zimmer. As for the 3D it was done to a good standard, and wasn't over the top for example you didn't have things flying out of the screen constantly. he kinda disappears then it's like oh btw I'm still here. . . Depp do I need to lol? As always he's on top form the one problem is towards the end he doesn't feel as central. I haven't actually spoke about Mr. Sparrow's sexuality ;). Oh and there are hint's to Cpt. like proper yells it ;). . . Did I mention Angelica calls Jack Sparrow a bastard. In terms of humor this one probably has some of the best, those who like sexual innuendo's will love it. Despite the negatives the film is still incredibly enjoyable, but it definitely feels more like a stand alone film. Then again I guess they would have a hard time trying to do something bigger then a maelstrom. it's basically a rehash of the first one's battle. . . The final battle falls a bit flat compared to the previous films in terms of scale. oh and both die at the end, it leaves you thinking why even bother bringing them back. . . -this bits is mainly for the die hard fans and contains biggish spoilers- Both Lt Groves and Gillette have pretty much have nothing to do in this film and Gillette doesn't even speak. Alot of reviewers complained that Phillip and Astrid where replacements for Keira & Orlando I strongly disagree, I think Phillip is a much more developed character then Will, although some of the romance bits can be a tad cheesy, the characters are far less annoying and look like they want to be there. The mermaids in this film are amazing, the whole mermaid sequence is amazing, it's like Jaws but they are mermaids not a shark ;). Another Character who isn't in the film enough is Mr Gibbs (Kevin Mcnally) he doesn't have all that much to do, but he provides a lot of the comic humor. as always. . . Despite this every scene he is in is fantastic and the chemistry between Barbossa and Jack is brilliant. it's not enough. . . Now on to master Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa, without doubt the best character in this film also the most developed, unfortunately all though he is in the film a fair bit. Ian McShane is quite capable of playing an amazing villain but unfortunately the character hasn't been developed and this is one of the films main negatives. until shortly after when he becomes a pantomime villain scared of his death at the hands of a "One Legged Man". . . . Next we are introduced to Blackbeard (Ian Mcshane), his introduction is his best scene and he feels like a menacing villain. I personally think having them in would have hindered the plot, instead we have the crew of the Queen Anne's Revenge who unfortunately are forgettable, the only one who is memorable is Scrum (Stephen Graham) although he is too much like a replacement to Pintel & Ragetti (Baldy and Eyeball) who are irreplaceable and missed. Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom aren't really missed, the Black Pearl crew are however. which by the looks of things she will be. . . . Soon we meet Angelica (Penelope Cruz), now so many people have had their doubts about her, now I thought she was funny, but she isn't that likable and while she is tolerable in this film, I don't think she should be in anymore. such as why he can magically vanish? I'm guessing he's too much of a drunkard for them to give him a main or even secondary role. . . yes it's a cameo, but after it you want to know so much more about the character. . . The only thing I will fault in the London scenes (first 25 mins) is that Keith Richard's cameo is too short. We also get some brilliant cameos once again from Keith Richards, we also see Dame Judi Dench in probably one of the funniest cameos I have seen, And Richard Griffiths (Uncle Vernon) as the king which he plays perfectly. Jack Sparrow makes a rather humorous entrance. First of all let me say the opening set in London is amazing, it's one of the funniest bits of the film and Cpt. To the point as a MAJOR fan of the series I enjoyed it, but because I'm a fan don't think I'm going to go easy on it muahaha. THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS So I just got back from watching On Stranger Tides


Christi H (de)

Having lost a child, this movie struck home! No one would truly understand the pain felt by all parties


Cong S (us)

Beautiful short film


Croce S (au)

Panh has made a fascinating film which is more memoir than documentary, and all the richer and more rewarding for it. True to its fascination with memory, The Missing Picture does not retell chronologically, and contains not only memories within memories, but also fleshes out the world which existed before the Khmer Rouge's destruction using what remains of this earlier - be it footage of a sumptuous dance in an old Cambodian film or the recurring soundtrack of a Cambodian crooner - and often presenting these as recollections within the context of the remembered narrative. When he does use actual footage, Panh is similarly restrained, to similarly great effect: notable is when the tortures inflicted are narrated while archival footage shows a long chain, a combination so strong it made me sick to my stomach. The clay figures, handmade by Panh, are physically expressive, both facially (their still expressions lend a rather macabre feel to some of his close-ups) and physically - in particular the grooves which give the impression of emaciation. The contrast with the usual manner of presentation in documentary films, which first overwhelm and eventually desensitise us, is stark, and the result is to force the audience to respond dispassionately to the situations portrayed, rather than respond emotionally to the sufferings of a specific individual. In order to recreate precisely these 'missing pictures', Panh recreates some of the most terrifying scenes of the Khmer Rouge's reign - starvation, massacres, and so on - using clay figures. But Panh goes further still in deciding to present his recollections in a self-aware and self-reflexive way; not only is his account personal, but it is also acutely aware of the limitations of its form - a documentary which seeks to fill in gaps precisely where there is no, or little, documentary evidence. From the outset, Panh makes clear that the film is going to be a personal account of the atrocities endured under the Khmer Rouge. And yet I was (more than) pleasantly surprised to find that the film outlived my meagre expectations and ended up being one of the most powerful cinematic experiences I have so far had. The Missing Picture, which I knew to be about the Khmer Rouge, seemed an ideal candidate. I have an inbuilt aversion to documentary filmmaking in general, which tends towards didacticism and which are often clumsily put together, tendencies which grow in relation to the magnitude of the subject matter. I went into The Missing Picture with a healthy suspicion of the picture


Gabriella F (us)

Pretty cool, good information on witches from the point of view of prey


Jordy A G (de)

Superman yo te banco!


Pablo G (us)

9/5A thematically rich film with very little otherwise to make it enticing beyond its cultural and technical implications, and by the end a surprisingly underwhelming film, even more after a very promising start that sets up a something that is never fully realized. 2


Radek C (fr)

Fun to watch. It is truly amazing, that regardless of the species the language of love is almost always the same