I'm Still Here
I'm Still Here is a portrayal of a tumultuous year in the life of actor Joaquin Phoenix. With remarkable access, the documentary follows the Oscar-nominee as he announces his retirement from a successful film career in the fall of 2008 and sets off to reinvent himself as a hip-hop musician. The film is a portrait of an artist at a crossroads and explores notions of courage and creative reinvention, as well as the ramifications of a life spent in the public eye.
- Stars:Joaquin Phoenix, Antony Langdon, Carey Perloff, Larry McHale, Casey Affleck, Jack Nicholson, Billy Crystal, Danny Glover, Bruce Willis, Robin Wright, Danny DeVito, Jerry Penacoli, Susan Patricola, Patrick Whitesell, Nicole Acacio,
- Director:Casey Affleck,
- Writer:Casey Affleck, Joaquin Phoenix
Documenting Joaquin Phoenix's transition from the acting world to a career as an aspiring rapper. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I'm Still Here torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Just as OTT as the first if not more, Again some silly great action scenes that are very entertaining that we don't care how stupid the plot gets.
(nl) wrote: Yimou Zhang made a splash in cinema with his superb martial arts films Hero and House Of Flying Daggers. Naturally, after such critical successes and overall success as a film-maker, it was only natural for him to go a grander, more epic scope for his next martial arts film.However, this film seemed to disappoint many people despite overall decent reception from critics and moviegoers. There were many critics and moviegoers who decried the film as melodramatic, too self indulgent, too excessive in its art style, and also said that it felt too much like a soap opera.Going into this film, I figured that I would probably enjoy, though I also figured it wouldn't be nearly as good as Hero or House Of Flying Daggers, but I was dead wrong with that thought. I feel that this film is a tremendous triumph for Zhang and I adored every minute of this glorious martial arts epic and drama.The sheer scope of the film alone is breath-taking, even when you simply look at the set pieces which are stunning and beautiful to look at, but this film is so much more than just some pretty film with the occasional martial arts fight, it is a grand drama with an engaging story that is filled with romance, betrayal, greed, a hunger for power, loss, and sadness.The plot follows a royal family in which the Emperor is secretly poisoning the empress, three sons vying for rule over the empire, secret romances between Jai and a servant girl, Jai also had a secret relationship with his stepmother, and so much more. The film follows the various characters and their eventual downfall at the hands of their own deeds.The film feels like a brilliant blend of Shakespearan tragedy, Chinese culture, fantasy, and thrilling martial arts fights all woven together in the form of an opulent, luxurious, engaging, and tremendous film epic that had me gripped from beginning to end. It's a thunderous triumph for the director and one of the most underrated martial arts films of all time. It's one of the greatest martial arts films I've ever seen and I can't recommend it enough to anyone who loves a good epic.
(gb) wrote: good movie can not believe I like a movie with Elijah wood
(it) wrote: Regarded as one of the worst horrors of the 21st century, although One Missed Call might be terrible enough to ignite laughter from the audience, it's certainly not in a "campy" sense and it's not in the same vain as Ed Wood's Planet 9 or even the Scary Movie franchise.
(kr) wrote: Two things make this film worth watching: the gorgeous landscape and the scene where [SPOILER] she tries to get his dead body into the car. That part seemed so real and raw. It was stunning.
(ca) wrote: Quite possibly one of the most entertaining guilty-pleasures I've ever witnessed. It's also one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
(ca) wrote: The actor in this one cannot live up to the expectations left by Van Damme. lf l'm not mistaken, he used to be on "Step By Step."
(ru) wrote: Oh... oh my... oh... so bad. I have an intense fondness for dry Victorian-poetry-driven screenplays but this was incredibly boring and disjointed. They were trying to make the modern day romance as stiff and stilted as the one from 1860 so the two storylines could mirror each other - but they didn't seem to realize that nowadays in the year 2000-and-whatever... if you just skulk about the corners of rooms crying and not letting your boyfriend kiss you then it's not romantic... it's just sort of boring and overwrought. Why did I even watch this...
(jp) wrote: I love the story and loved the movie. It has really hard core Urdu in it!
(gb) wrote: It's Elvis --- okay, someday I'll write something more profound. But not today. :D
(mx) wrote: A most puzzling film by Bunuel. It appears at first to be a straight-forward look at an impoverished region of Spain. Gradually Bunuel inserts small absurdities, sometimes for comic effect and sometimes for shock. How much of this is documentary and how much is fiction? If it's not sincere, then what to make of the anti-fascist coda? Overall an interesting experiment, but one that doesn't quite work. I'm also not crazy about the animal cruelty.
(au) wrote: good about spies & real patriotism... don't take money from the enemy of your country... Richard Widmark was fantastic... cool scene & great attitude & performance from Thelma Ritter's final scene which was fantastic...
(mx) wrote: Not the best but immensely entertaining.