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Ryan V (ca) wrote: After having their superhero headquarters trashed by an enigmatic Japanese supervillain, the Teen Titas head out to Tokyo for some answers. This feature was intended to serve as a coda to the Teen Titans TV show that ran from 2003-06, but it can still be watched as its own thing. Like the animated series itself, the movie is bright, chipper, well-animated, strongly paced, and filled with sharp voice acting. It'll placate younger audiences without talking down to them; a feat that Superfriends was never able to pull off.
Official C (ca) wrote: This film is a good setup, leading to "The Avengers". It has emotion, good visuals and a great villain, Loki, which is very well-played by Tom Hiddleston.
Bobby N (us) wrote: Beautiful and well acted, Atonement is a very good film although it wasn't the emotional heavyweight I had expected (although an interruption in my viewing could have lead to that fault)
John G (de) wrote: DIY filmmaking is bigger than ever before, thanks to online outlets where any wannabe can showcase what they shot with their personal camera and edited with some chintzy program that came with their computer. The Blair Witch Project helped cultivate a specific type of psuedo-documentary, wherein the characters in the film control the camera while the action takes place. The Danish film Offscreen blurs the line between reality and the script in the most successful way since that 1998 horror hit.Director Christoffer Boe loans a camera to actor Nicolas Bro so that Bro can make a documentary on love, specifically his relationship with his wife (Lene Christiansen). The film opens with Bro running naked, blood-soaked down darkened avenues with the camera in tow, pointed directly at his own face. We are told that Bro has disappeared, and Boe has assembled all of the footage we see from the tapes that Bro shot to create this documentary. We discover that Nicolas Bro and Lene are not the perfect couple that Bro would have you believe them to be. Bro??s intended film is meant to draw their crumbling marriage closer together, but Bro??s obsessive filming and clingy, uncomfortable ways of showing affection drive Lene away. From that point on, Bro almost makes the camera his surrogate lover, devoting all of his time and energy into filming the grand love story that he simply won??t let go of, at one point hiring an actress to play Lene and reenact their marriage with a happier ending. Bro is profoundly pathetic and his decline as he loses everything, all due to his reluctance to put down the camera, is chronicled in heart-wrenching detail.It??s the most realistic film about a socially retarded loner since Taxi Driver, and the worst part is that Bro is just adept enough at social situations to have had friends and lovers. When Lene leaves him, whatever social instincts he had disappear over the film??s running time. By the end, which reveals the truth behind the shocking footage from the start of the film, Bro is an empty shell of a human, no longer aware of anything but the camera and his own misery.I don??t know anything about Boe or Bro, but they??ve created a bold, dramatic film that is at times, supremely uncomfortable to watch. Offscreen is brutally realistic, and it is easy for anyone that has had their heartbroken for no evident reason to relate to Bro. That hook makes it easy to get drawn into his story, and all the more squirm-inducing as things get worse and worse. You really do wish someone would just go take care of the guy??snatch his camera away and nurse him back to good mental health. That doesn??t happen in Offscreen.
Joshua B (jp) wrote: Classic romance comedy.
Richard C (it) wrote: Hoorah for non cgi gore.
Dave J (jp) wrote: Friday, March 1, 2013 (1986) Allan Quatermain And The Lost City Of Gold ADVENTURE After the financial success of "Raiders Of The Lost Ark" and it's sequel other studios decide to capiatilize on it's success by releasing many low budget carbon copies and this happends to be one of them starring Richard Chamberlain as Allan Quatermain changing his plans from a vacation to America with his longtime female companion Jesse (Sharon Stone) to locate and find his missing brother who was ventured to find the Lost City Of Gold. With cheap sets and so forth this film is only notable to see a younger Sharon Stone before making it big with "Basic Instinct" except that she's not as erotic nor seductive as her later films. Almost everything about this film is a big joke. 1 star out of 4
William W (kr) wrote: This was a decent watch, not for cinematic reasons per se but for making the world a better place. I watched this with my son, Julian, and I was pleased with how they took the true story, including the actual dolphin from it, and, especially for kids, promoted environmentalism, caring for animals, etc.--really solid and important aspects that need to be, more than ever, emphasized in the youth of today.My only qualms is that I have very mixed emotions about the casting. I know that to get an important environmental message heard, and thus the film watched, you have to incorporate Hollywood megastars. I simply wish this didn't have to be the case. The story would have come across better with unknown actors--or simply as a sincere documentary without the Hollywood B.S.
Jennifer X (ru) wrote: one of the most ridiculous stories i've heard in a long time. SO low budget it's actually really funny when he kills things.