Harry + Max
Two brothers, 23 and 16, who are both teen idols, come to terms with their dysfunctional family past and deep affection for each other.
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Mason G (jp) wrote: Decent post-9/11 spy flick, would have been a lot more forgettable without Hoffman's performance.
Jacky L (nl) wrote: another of 'em 'premise-sounded-interesting, but -execution-fell -flat' flick. draggy too. the only lively moments were the cussing, and every frame that myra karn was in. this newbie's rather masala hot.
Rodney E (ag) wrote: Chillerama started off incredibly strong to the point where I thought it was a definite four star flick. Trying to be like a mix of Creepshow and Grindhouse, this really succeeds if you really like Troma things, but may be too goofy for someone wanting straight up chills. Wadzilla was great as was most of the drive-in scenes. The Werebear segment was pretty crappy. I laughed a lot at Chillerama but some of The Diary of Ann Frankenstein didn't work for the most part aside from some gags. By the time the ending came I was thinking that this was a kind of miss at what it was supposed to be in terms of other anthology flicks. If the makers were gunning for reaching Troma levels, which the drive-in being named Kaufman may indicate then sure this is a celebration of all things horrible.
Jess L (jp) wrote: This is a film that anyone who has an up and down relationship with their father should see. Some may see it as cliche, but for me it touched a nerve and drew out some incredible emotions in me. I was crying by the end and still thinking about this film the following day. Incredible performances from Broadbent and my favourite Colin Firth.
Tristan M (de) wrote: Great movie, Mark Walbergs and Joaquin Phoenix second performance together, the first being The Yards from 2000. It's a good story, with great acting and cinematography. It has some good scenes, such as the intense car chase in the rain which instead of being intense from action and sound effects, is intense from the realism of it, and the acting of Phoenix. Instead of using soundtracks in situations that most movies would use them, this movie tends to use the lack of sound to surprisingly good effect. The movie is good all the way through, never gets slow, and has a great ending. I don't know why this movie gets poor reviews because its great.
Thonny A (br) wrote: dum b-film - dont go there
Logan M (ag) wrote: Ang Lee's masterpiece gives more depth to the martial art film genre.
gustavmarkovic31 (mx) wrote: slightly hollow and effortless drama/romance, starring the ever-stale ben affleck as the man with little who gives his plane ticket to a man who just wants to get home, and then finds out the man dies in a plane crash, which he would have perished in himself, had he not given up his ticket. after a sloppily done theme of him going through rehab, he decides to visit the widow, and thereby going through the process of slowly wooing and comforting her, and eventually she finds out that he was, in a way, responsible for her husband's death. predictable and dull, the drama and movie is merely saved slightly by affleck's and paltrow's aimable presence.
Harper C (de) wrote: Funny and with good cast
Christopher L (fr) wrote: An astonishingly ridiculous, campy, gloriously inventive and goofy piece of work. It gets my highest rating sort of by default.
Janelle N (nl) wrote: I like and would definitely love a series
Gregory W (fr) wrote: great supporting cast
Ethan P (au) wrote: A dark, murky undercurrent flows beneath Fargo's quaint, whimsical surface. It's a brooding, twisted murder drama that rips through a little town and unsettles the quiet lives of its residents. It looks distinctly rural and unassuming because it takes place in the middle of nowhere, with one little car dealership, a police station and long country roads. The characters that populate the film are cheerfully ordinary people who lead largely dull lives and spend most of the story engaging in odd, amusingly uneventful conversations with their folksy accents and mannerisms. It has a lot of quirky charm that's deftly balanced with chilling, intense violence.The narrative is an odd one, where the local care salesman arranges to have his wife kidnapped so he can split the ransom his wealthy father-in-law will pay with the criminals he hires. The kidnappers are paranoid, shady guys who make a mess of their work at every turn, killing a police officer, the father-in-law, the wife they kidnap and eventually end up turning on themselves. The end, where the one criminal is shoving the other through a woodchipper is one of the more memorable moments in the film. The brutality and thrilling action is matched by the deadpan humor, part of which is grounded in the narrative itself. These absurd, sketchy characters bring this brutal, bizarre tragedy into a calm little town where nothing interesting ever happens, and it doesn't even seem to faze them. Fargo is a treat.
larry d (de) wrote: i like this movie its one you can watch over and over with everyone in a family and its fun and one of hes best i think with kids in it
Bruce F (mx) wrote: If you aren't a fan of the films, then... this isn't a movie that you will enjoy. The action scenes are fun and the music is enjoyable. To me, this isn't a movie meant for every single person... this is a movie for fans of the franchise. And unlike an Uwe Bole film adaption, I do feel there is a genuine feel of effort on the part of the cast and crew to make something fun for the fanbase.