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Documentary short that synthesizes the evolution of comic books since Yellow Kid until Spirit.

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Linda B (jp) wrote: Nothing special plot wise, but an ok movie for a miserable Sunday night.

Ro D (br) wrote: Is bored, but very well acted and really great directed, thumbs for Dolan

Caitlin L (kr) wrote: Great story of personal growth. Love Richard Dreyfuss in this movie. Loved the ending.

Timo S (nl) wrote: Essentially: Morgan Freeman goofing around.Everyone knows Morgan Freeman, the actor who seems to be in every great film that has an import black character. However, you never really read much about him when it comes to his personal life or should I say, his own character. Anyway, in this film, he is playing himself. He is supposedly doing a film project and runs into a clerk (Paz Vega) at a community market. Well, I can't say much more because it would spoil the film, except that they more or less just hang around.What I really like about this film is that it isn't serious nor does it try to be serious. Freeman is known for his serious roles and this time he is just being a nice old man hanging around. Paz Vega plays a young excentric woman stuck behind a counter and functions well as a counterpart for the relaxed Freeman. The film is very honest, lighthearted and charming.I recommend this for anyone in need of good lighthearted humour. It does have its fair share of cursing and such, but its all part of the film. If that makes your 10 things or less to hate list, then don't watch this.

Casey B (ag) wrote: Linklater's Bad News Bears remake is predictable and certainly nothing special. Yet, it still manages to be mildly entertaining throughout.

Jake M (fr) wrote: This film plays to it's two strengths, Bullock and Grant. Their chemistry and comedic charm cause you to look more favourably upon the run-of-the-mill rom-com occurrences going on around them.

Lindsay K (fr) wrote: Such a moving film. Wonderful acting, especially by the young girls.

I dont know w (br) wrote: Looks enjoyable enough.

Aaron K (br) wrote: I watched this film when i was about ten an i still think its quality lol

Olly H (it) wrote: dreckiger 70er jahre thriller mit tollem cast

Kyle G (au) wrote: Word by individual word, the complete credits of "The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade" are stamped out on a blank black screen, and I wonder if this, this production, the whole movie/play, is supposed to be irritating or genius. MARAT/SADE -- a film (Peter Brook, 1967) based on a play (Peter Weiss, 1963) about Sade (French asylum, 1808) overseeing a performance of his own play about Marat (French Revolution, 1792) -- is a funky story. All the different versions blur -- each layer crinkling up, stagey and weird, the flaws of the layer underneath it -- but the performances are almost all strong and curious and cute.

Drew R (de) wrote: Fabulous piece of French film history. Not my favorite of Godard's films, but if Zoe Kazan forgives me than I guess it's okay! It's a bit slow and depressing complete with a lovely score that is obnoxiously loud compared to the rest of the film and only comes in 10 second swells to cover dialogue at pivotal moments :) The scenes in the apartment are the best, and the lengthiness of them makes it feel like you're a voyeur into the crumbling relationship the film presents. The ongoing metaphor with The Odyssey and film-within-a-film make this worth a peep.

Jayakrishnan R (ca) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever seen and truely one of the worst sequels ever.

Bradley K (br) wrote: A visual delight. The look of this film, from colour palette to lighting is stunning. And while I appreciated the restraint from gore and schlock, the film does lack a certain adage that would have made many of the scenes more menacing. The pacing is smooth and it reeks of early 90s chic. Flatliners boasts most of the style later echoed in Batman Forever but is restrained enough to save us from the flamboyantly messy performances.

Shireen Hakim R (de) wrote: Ironically, you can watch this movie over and over again. ;)