Dawn breaks in La Habana, and as the day advances we follow the simple lives of ten ordinary Cubans, with only sounds and images accompanied by music.
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Steven M (kr) wrote: I find it unbelievable this movie has even slightly favorable reviews. It took 50 minutes for something slightly scary to happen, and the dynamics of the household could've been truly interesting but resort to almost nonsense in some of the interactions. As a whole, it felt uninteresting until they tried to make everything happen at once in the last 15 minutes.
Suleyman H (jp) wrote: A poetic movie that keeps you glued to it until its end.
Jonny P (it) wrote: "Inside Man" is not a story that I would expect to be told by Spike Lee. He steps away from his typical racial themes to give us a lesson in deception. This unique crime thriller intersperses police interviews with flashbacks of the bank robbery in question. At first, the out of context interviews do not make much sense. As the story progresses, the flashbacks give meaning to the interviews until the end reveals that... all of our assumptions were wrong! The film alludes to (and even directly shows) how these criminals will pull off this heist, but you will still be completely shocked in the end. You have to love a story that successfully turns the bank robbers into heroes and the cops into bad guys. The intentionally convoluted story is supported by big-name actors who all live up to their reputations. Clive Owen is truly terrifying as the criminal mastermind, Denzel Washington balances his heroic moments and his situational failures, Jodie Foster successfully contrasts Washington's straight-laced character with her shifty, sly role, Christopher Plummer provides the intrigue that makes us wonder what could be in his safe deposit box, and Willem Dafoe does exactly what you'd expect him to do in a gruff cop role. The film makes for a great rewatch. It has "The Sixth Sense" syndrome, where the twist blows your mind the first time but the film becomes a new experience with each subsequent watch as you catch more clues that you never realized were there. "Inside Man" has some violence and swearing, but it is pretty tame for an R-rated film and worth watching for its complex story and rewarding twist.
Smashproplaya (ru) wrote: Probably the worst Disney sequel
Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.
Shakti S (jp) wrote: One of the finest french movie i've seen.
Peter E (ag) wrote: Its not a good sign when you reach for the fast-forward button after ten minutes.
Michelle R (fr) wrote: MY FAVORITE COMEDY! (But TVG is a must or the dialogue will make your ears fall off.)
Pankaj G (us) wrote: Salaam bombay reloaded!Sad for the situation of street-childrens in mumbai. Was lack of publicity/media coverage the only reason this movie couldn't make it to the oscars?
Natalie M (es) wrote: An intriguing story. A true classic.
Ken S (au) wrote: Unlike its immediate predecessor, this film has a consistent tone, and it is dark and serious. It is basically based on the origin story Cornelius tells in "Escape": a plague killed all cats and dogs, thus leaving humanity yearning for new pets. They end up adopting apes as their pets, as they are immune to the virus. But the apes get bigger, and the humans make them their servants. Humanity has also progressed in a negative way, they've become essentially a totalitarian dictatorship, and the apes are their slaves, tortured and forced into working for the humans. Caesar, the offspring of Zira and Cornelius born in the last film, eventually lead the apes in revolt of their human masters. In some ways I wish it wasn't that offspring, for he makes it a predestination paradox, but I think it still managed to work as a film. There are some great scenes and a wonderful plot, And it us more consistent, strong, and has better social commentary than the previous two sequels for sure.
Marc B (ag) wrote: This is a terrible film. Pointless dribbling dialogue, endless talking rubbish. Nothing funny about this film at all, I've no idea how it has become so popular.
Jahdia S (gb) wrote: The beauty of lifetime excellent film
Jen M (br) wrote: Lame Vacation sequel is the worst vacation yet. Ages 8+