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(br) wrote: A good revived JLA origins movie done primarily with an anime' studio. Supe's and Aquaman are disproportionally portrayed. Wonder Woman is shown as she is; an egotistical fantastic "God-Complex" heroine, which goes Well with Aquaman as an Empirical egotistical conquering "King" role. Kudo's to the Cyborg storyline; that was woven fantastically well into the story and proved to give the character and his role some depth. The "threat" of the mutant hordes is a bit crazy at parts and fantastical. The audience are left argueing "Why doesn't Superman just obliterate all the threats?" Batman's role is solid and springboards Green lantern's role. The flick is definately catering to an adult audience with some outright murder, violence and romantic situations with Aquaman. Still much room for improvement, but overall an OK JLA flick.
(ca) wrote: Pretty bad filming/animation/acting
(br) wrote: "This is neither the beginning nor end of my story" Centurion answers the question of what happened to the ninth legion. Its full of violence, blood, and history. Michael Fassbender performs very well as a roman hero. The rest of the cast performs admirably enough. The plot is thin, but intriguing. The movie brings to mind films like King Arthur or The Eagle, yet surpasses it easily, falling right underneath excellent tales like Gladiator, Braveheart, or Kingdom of Heaven (d.c.). If a fan of the genre, one will enjoy.
(fr) wrote: the story line was great the whole movie in fact was great you got hints of how the ending was going to be during the movie and i`m a fan of happy endings but it was not to be...but i still rate this movie in my top 10 and i watch and go to a lot of movies...
(gb) wrote: This was a real labor of love for Ed Harris, who made his directorial debut and takes the lead as the title character.What we get is a semi-standard biopic about renowned American abstract expressionist painter Jackson Pollock who revolutionized the art world in the 1940s, but was undone by his crippling mood swings, temperament, and penchant for booze...and ladies to a lesser extent.Harris is really good and quite compelling in the title role, and there's a sense of legitimacy to the scenes where he is seen painting, especially since Harris learned to paint. He's backed by a solid supporting cast including Marcia Gay Harden in an Oscar winning turn as Pollock's wife and fellow artist Lee Krasner. She pretty much walks away with the film. There's also Amy Madigan as Peggy Guggenheim, Val Kilmer as artist and friend Willem de Kooning, and a late in the game appearance by Jennifer Connelly as Pollock's mistress Ruth Kligman.The film is pretty good, but, like a lot of biopics, suffers from the fact that the subject isn't quite as fascinating as the work they make. Don't get me wrong, Pollock was a very fascinating individual, but the film really doesn't try to deeply probe into his mind, instead just barely getting under the surface a lot of the time. That's okay though, because it is somewhat enjoyable to see him freak out, get drunk, and be a tormented genius. The scenes where he's painting are well done ,and quite evocative, and I dug the music too. I also enjoyed how they tried to bring about authenticity by actually filming on the real Pollock/Krasner estate. The film is fairly by the numbers, but it does a good job at detailing the life and times of this lauded/troubled man. For a directorial debut, it's rather ambitious. Despite its faults, I still liked it, and think you should check it out.
(nl) wrote: Lee Chang-dong's second feature film, starts with a man committing suicide by facing a train screaming "I wanna go back..." and to that, the man's story starts to unfold in reverse chronology.The movie tells the story by showing key events that took place over the preceding 20 years to his suicide, showing the change that took place on his character causing his life to disintegrate over the years till he eventually kills himself, the storytelling was heavily inspired by the Italian Neo-realism, but sometimes the pacing went down for no specific reason as it didn't convey any meaning or emotion, but was just too slow for its own good.All in all, a movie that had so much potential and could have been much better, but still a good movie nonetheless.
(de) wrote: I am not sure if the glaring plotholes are result of bad editing or just bad script writing, but it does make for one entertaining romp after relatively slow burning 25 minute opening introduction. And oh everyone speaks English.
(jp) wrote: I remember this movie from my childhood, it is sooooo sad. Sometimes I didn't want to see the movie because I knew I would end up crying. Really, really sad. I love dogs!
(us) wrote: By this point, Burt Reynolds and director Hal Needham decided to do Stroker Ace (1983) instead of a third Smokey and the Bandit film. This one started off life as Smokey IS The Bandit, with Jackie Gleason playing both parts. However, after it tested horrendously, most of the film was reshot, and they coaxed Reynolds back for a cameo. It's the weakest of the lot, and they should have stopped after 2 films. Sheriff Buford T. Justice (Gleason) has retired, and has moved to Florida with his son Junior (Mike Henry), but life there is far from quiet. Then he runs into Big Enos (Pat McCormick) and Little Enos (Paul Williams), who make a wager with Justice, for him to deliver a stuffed shark from Florida to Texas. Justice accepts, but the Enos clan put loads of traps in his way to ensure he fails. They even call upon Cledus "Snowman" Snow (Jerry Reed) to pose as The Bandit, to try and distract Justice. But, Justice and his son are determined to succeed, and things get even more out of hand when Snowman steals the stuffed shark, leading in a big chase. It's more of the same from last time, and it makes you wonder how bad the one they filmed first time around had to be for them to come up with this?? Even Gleason, who falls in with nudists looked tired by that point, and it's no surprise that this sank without trace at the box-office.
(jp) wrote: I knew "blank" was a killer but I didn't expect "you know who" to be the original killer.
(ru) wrote: One of the most boring "Best Picture" winners. Other than the iconic music and opening scene, the movie just don't have anything interesting going on
(au) wrote: Classified as a classic = Interested.
(ru) wrote: Funny! Funny! Funny! Portuguese cinema at it's best!
(gb) wrote: Jackson's life-long love of Kong seriously hindered the plot of what could have been a good movie. It's an hour too long & has a number of quite ridiculous scenes that go too far with the suggested 'love' between Kong & Watts' Ann Darrow. Despite brilliant production design & set pieces, the CGI (despite the technological advances) doesn't have the same "it looks like it's really there" wow factor that 'Jurassic Park' had 12 years prior. Acting-wise it's surprisingly only Jack Black who stands out for his performance as the foolhardy filmmaker. Despite making Kong's behaviour believable to a novice viewer, Jackson as ever drags the ending out a bit too long atop the Empire State, subjecting us to a number of close-up shots of the CGI gorilla looking dramatic (as if aiming for an Oscar nod for best actor). If you can bear sitting still for three hours then this film is definitely worth watching for the elements that work, but ultimately it fails to match up to 'Lord Of The Rings'.
(de) wrote: um parnteses na vida de Ado e Eva, lnguida e at mesmo frustrante para uns esta historia de vampiros muito apple tec que lentamente desenvolvem uma historia que se voc tiver pacincia leva a um apetitoso final.
(es) wrote: "The Rewrite" feels like it was begging for one. With a cast as stacked as this one (Hugh Grant! Marisa Tomei! JK Simmons! Allison Janney!), this is the kind of movie that could have - no, SHOULD have - been way, way better than it is. But the whole thing flounders about the whole time. It's another answer to Gene Siskel's famous question: "Is this movie more interesting than a documentary of these same actors having lunch?"
(ag) wrote: I am almost ashamed to put this on my list. Not for my list, but for the actors involved in making the movie. Dan Mazer was involved in most of Sacha Baron Cohen's stuff nearly a decade ago when it was brought to film, and where that niche of comedy worked for people interested in that silly humor, none of it has translated to Dirty Grandpa. I'm not sure if this was just an excuse for some of these actors to be on screen with Robert de Niro, but then you'd have to ask yourself why he even did this film in the first place. Other than a quick pay check, there seems to be zero benefit to being involved.Instead of being a tailored, goofball romp through Spring Break or wherever they end up, it turns into a desperate, forced adventure contrived out of the worst ideas. De Niro sells a few lines and makes you yearn for his performance in Meet the Parents. Zac Efron puts on his dumbest face yet. Of course he takes his shirt off in what is now a standard in movies he signs on for. Aubrey Plaza seems to be having the most fun and is probably the only bright spot in an otherwise dour film.2016 wasn't a good year for Efron. De Niro is just screwing around. This movie exists solely because it felt like none of these actors had much on their plate throughout the year.