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Darren P (de) wrote: Something we can aspire to - as filmmakers and human beings.
Peter P (fr) wrote: How I Live Now is an interesting look at what happens to a group of young people who are left to fend for themselves once World War 3 breaks out. The main character is a self obsessed girl visiting from America, who has to grow up in a hurry once her and her cousins are rounded up and separated by the army. The cousins all vow to make their way back to their house no matter where they are taken. This story is fairly well made, with equal time spent developing characters and allowing the story to unfold. The acting is good for the most part, with Saoirse Ronan doing a terrific job in the main role. Although it sometimes seems a little too unbelievable in parts, overall this post apocalyptic film strives for a smaller more intimate portrayal of the aftermath, and does a decent job accomplishing just that. 3 Beards Out Of 5
Tasha G (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie.
Mohsin A (fr) wrote: Very nice movie but the ending wAS , ORDINARY and i dind't like that
Faisal F (fr) wrote: The Point is Pra-Weddding,,,
Keano A (fr) wrote: After seeing the original trilogy for the first time, (I only saw the 1st film more than 10 years ago, and only glimpses of 2 & 3), I wanted to view this series. This one is slower getting to the business than the first movie. First half of the movie stumbles trying to get through the origin story, so it took longer than the 2002 film to get through it. Ben Parker's bit I feel was strangely done. I think I preferred the elder Aunt May as well.The second half of the film and the action scenes are very good for this film, it's one of those movies that starts off terrible, but gets greater later. I felt the original was all-around great, and got terrible at the end. Mary Jane I feel is still /The/ Spider-Girl (she became self-centred in 3, but we're comparing the initial films).As for Spider-Man himself, I feel Tobey McGuire is still a better Spider-Man, with both values and emotions, but modern Spider-Man is pretty much a meme, it's like the script writer went on 9Gag to get ideas. His initial scene in suit and with the car thief, is the meme. He stops being a meme during the climax at least. Tobey became the meme much, much later. Andrew started out as the meme. Somehow I feel these movies shouldn't be comparable to each other, but it's hard not to do so.
Oskar B (br) wrote: A character study, documentary and drama mixed into one = great experiment. Wernerg Herzog directs and narrates this compelling documentary about a subject, a man who wants to give his life for wild bears. You get into the mindset of the weird but poignant Timothy Thradewell. He was a really good man in some eyes a lesser great person in others. Thrugh this documentary you also can form an opinion about him. He is relatable but also very controversial which is depicted with great effort in this picture. He made art and political stands with his report films.
Marcus H (es) wrote: This had some bad reviews but I really loved it. Witty and charming and packed with quotes from Voltaire. Well worth watching
Sarah O (mx) wrote: Study of madness when combined with wicked skill! Don't mess with Tsudue because he will defeat whomever stands in his way & he has no apologies.
Alain S (ag) wrote: Assez special !! Triste
Evan K (es) wrote: Surprisingly Fun Classic Noir Even With The Hilariously Bad Lines And Acting Most Of The Time.
Fred W (ag) wrote: Do NOT watch "The Last Days on Mars," unless you're a 14-year-old boy who likes crude zombie flicks. Otherwise, don't waste an hour and a half of your precious life. The saddest aspect of this film is that they actually put a lot of money and resources into assembling a decent cast with some quality sets, and had real potential to make an intriguing and engaging movie about prospects for human space travel. But instead, they flushed all that down the toilet with a plot that steals rehashed themes from Alien and other real movies, and made the whole thing about zombies. You can't even credibly call this a "sci-fi" movie, because the only fiction is that this movie has anything to do with science fiction. It was physically painful to watch as much as I did before I started skipping ahead and finally quitting it. I hope no one else suffers through this horrible mistake of a film, and I hope all of the humans who actually worked on it learned some serious lessons about what type of films NOT to ever make again.
Allan C (gb) wrote: Vincent Price plays a deranged actor who seeks revenge on the critics who ruined his career. The film is really just a series of Price hammily killing the ciritcs in a broad theatrical fashion, many of them recreations of famous death scenes. Diana Rigg plays Price's caughter, who is the main suspect in the killings. It's a one note story, but Price is wonderfully over the top (my favorite killing was when he dons a Bob Ross-style wig when he disguises himself as a hairdresser), Rigg is always great, and the killings were surprisingly grizzly (which is good for me). Fun campy Price horror flick.