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Andrea A (gb) wrote: se visto e ascoltato con attenzione un film che lascia il segno.
Marcus W (es) wrote: Struggled to stay awake. It's immensely predictable and the "comedy" falls flat.
Rebekah S (ag) wrote: Refreshing in its simplicity, CAMERA BUFF is not as visually pretentious as some of Kieslowski's later films, yet the precisely structured film is layered with insight into the sacrifices and responsibilities of a filmmaker, citizen, human.
Ola G (es) wrote: Joe Turner (Robert Redford) is a CIA analyst, code name "Condor". He works in a clandestine office in New York City, which fronts as the "American Literary Historical Society". Turner's task is to read books, newspapers, and magazines from around the world, looking for hidden meanings and new ideas. As part of his duties, Turner files a report to CIA headquarters on a low-quality thriller novel his office has been reading, pointing out strange plot elements therein, and the unusual assortment of languages into which the book has been translated. On the day that Turner is expecting a response to his report, he is shopping for staff lunches when armed men efficiently murder the six people still in the office. Returning to find his coworkers' bodies a frightened Turner calls the CIA's New York headquarters, and is given instructions to meet his Head of Department, who will bring him into safety. The rendezvous is however a trap. Wicks shoots an accompanying CIA staffer and attempts to kill Turner, who wounds his assailant before escaping himself. Needing a place to hide, Turner forces a woman, Kathy Hale (Faye Dunaway), whom he encounters by chance in a ski shop, to take him to her apartment in Brooklyn Heights. He holds her prisoner while he attempts to figure out what is going on. Deciding that he cannot trust anyone within the CIA, Turner begins to play a cat-and-mouse game with Higgins (Cliff Robertson), deputy director of the CIA's New York division, to find out who wants him dead... Rotten Tomatoes consensus is: "This post-Watergate thriller captures the paranoid tenor of the times, thanks to Sydney Pollack's taut direction and excellent performances from Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway." Roger Ebert wrote, "Three Days of the Condor is a well-made thriller, tense and involving, and the scary thing, in these months after Watergate, is that it's all too believable." Some critics also described the film as a piece of political propaganda, as it was released soon after the "Family Jewels" scandal came to light in December 1974 which exposed a variety of CIA misconduct. However, in an interview with Jump Cut, Pollack explained that the film was written solely to be a spy thriller and that production on the film was nearly over by the time the Family Jewels revelations were made, so even if they had wanted to take advantage of them, it was far too late in the filmmaking process to do so. Despite both Pollack and Redford being well-known political liberals, they were only interested in making the film because an espionage thriller was a genre neither of them had previously explored. As a classic conspiracy thriller with a bit of a twist, I remember this being quite good and a well crafted piece of film. When re-seeing it now, I might be a bit less positive as I think Sydney Pollack is quite uneven as a director. We get great scenes mixed with really less great scenes. Such as the lovemaking sequence between Redford and Dunaway. And he doesnt really manage to portray that overwhelming paranoid feel you would like to see in this sort of conspiracy thriller. "Three Days For Condor" is still stylish, convincing and intriguing. The plot is strong and the characters are all solid and believable. Redford acts with such a relaxed and easy manner, at the same time I think Turners reactions to what he is put through is not fully satisfying. I reckon someone in his shoes would be a lot more frighten and upset then Redford communicate in his role. Even if he really manages to act out his characters thoughts and concerns through his actions and facial expressions. Max Von Sydow is great as the sophisticated and calculating assassin Joubert. While Dunaway ends up on the sidelines unfortunately. We also get an up close look of the newly built World Trade Center in 1974 when the movie was shot. Trivia: According to Lucia Bozzola at Allmovie, the picture was "one of a cycle of conspiracy films from the 1970s to appear in the wake of the Watergate scandal that also included "The Parallax View" (1974) and "All the President's Men" (1976)".
hannah b (jp) wrote: this is one of the best with a really different idea for a film and has a great cast again and has jokes at all the right moments and im never bored when watchingit,so much happens in it.
Torion O (br) wrote: Emotional family movie.
Yash B (ca) wrote: The movie is an impressive feat of directing and sweeping adventure. I was touched by the story and I think it is a very humane one to tell. I just feel that since the movie is supposed to have the feel of an epic, it is pretty overlong. I do admit that the time the movie took made me care and appreciate the messages more, but it takes away from what could've been a more entertaining movie. It's still a movie with well-directed scenes and very good performances. One of the best, if not the best movie that Kevin Costner has been a part of. His passion for the story shows and he tells it in a way that keeps you interested. I appreciated what the movie had to say and think it is well-worth your time.
Jordan W (nl) wrote: Two old retired men go to Iceland to get their mojo back. Kind of boring and disappointing. This would make a good viagra commercial though.
Nandan T (de) wrote: One of the best war films I've ever seen. The struggle of the soldiers to bring back Private Ryan safely was portrayed very realistically. Overall, acting was superb! Recommended!
Ryan V (it) wrote: The original crew gets to end their run on a high note. What better way to send them off than with one last struggle against an evil Klingon? There are beautifully done Cold War overtones here. Since that conflict was winding down, it made sense to have the Federation and Klingons make a move towards peace. At the end of the day though, this is successful because of the chemistry and humor between a cast that worked together over several decades. The final scene of the crew flying off into space one last time always leaves me with a smile on my face. As they embark one last time, Kirk is asked where they should set a course for. With a grin Shatner says, "Second star to the right. And straight on till morning."
Josh A (ag) wrote: I found it enjoyable, the story definitely seems like it'd make more sense in a book series. Apart from that the movies pretty good, although the plot is poorly structured.
Devon W (es) wrote: Couldn't even make it through 30 minutes. Fast forward to creature effects that were so highly touted, awful.