The German film director Werner Herzog sets out to the Scottish Highlands to make a documentary, "Enigma of Loch Ness", exploding the myth of the Loch Ness Monster. Meanwhile, another documentary film crew is making a film about Werner Herzog, and we see the production of "Enigma" from their point of view. Shooting on a rented boat, tensions begin to rise as director Herzog and his producer, Zak Penn, find themselves at cross-purposes on the black surface of Loch Ness. Things get very edgy when the film crew starts seeing shapes in the murky water.
Nick A (fr) wrote: This film isn't crafted with much ingenuity, but it's fortunate for its subject -- the National Film Registry -- which itself provides joy and information enough that no structural craft is really necessary.
Kenny B (gb) wrote: this is my kind of movie
Al M (nl) wrote: A brutal and sleazy film, Live Feed plays like a found-footage rip-off of Hostel. The film's horrible acting and low production qualities detract somewhat from its effectiveness, but it still manages to exude its own noxious and twisted vibe that make it somewhat memorable.
Areatha W (fr) wrote: Could be interesting?
Mike C (kr) wrote: Watched this several times growing up and gave it a rewatch recently before going on a long trip the Grand Canyon. It definitely holds up. Some of the more adult themes were a little more clear now and probably made the movie even better. I added a half star from my previous rating years ago.
Brandon R (gb) wrote: Bill Murray shines brighter than he ever has before in this hilarious comedy. The laughs just keep coming until the final credits....
ingrid l (gb) wrote: A ridiculous movie that might have been an enjoyable light-hearted affair with equally light-weight cast (Roger) but the themes of elephant slaughter and child murder, along with reminders of European behaviour in Africa make this a sobering, brutal and overly long film.
Kevin R (ru) wrote: No one on this Earth is going to be as right for you as I wasRam Bowen and Eddie Cook are American musicians in Paris, France. They love their simple life of playing music and banging chicks. One day they encounter two American girls and they fall in love. The girls want Ram and Eddie to settle down, return to America, and have a family. Can Eddie and Ram change their lifestyle that much for love?"I like to walk, and I like the way you walk, and Paris is a beautiful city to walk in."Martin Ritt, director of Hud, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold, Norma Rae, Hombre, Nuts, Stanley & Iris, The Outrage, and No Down Payment, delivers Paris Blues. The storyline for this picture is very interesting. I adored the unpredictable nature of the characters and the ultimate outcome was definitely unique. The acting was awesome and the cast includes Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier, Diahann Carroll, Joanne Woodward, and Louis Armstrong."You like the life you live it!"I am a huge Paul Newman fan so I decided to DVR this picture off Turner Classic Movies (TCM). I was surprised this film has historically received such poor reviews. This actually reminded me a little of Bar Fly. This is an underrated Paul Newman film as he delivers an amazing performance that is definitely a must see. I strongly recommend seeing this picture."Call the game on account of complications."Grade: B+/A- (8.5)
Matt M (es) wrote: A solid thriller from Duncan Jones handling a smart script and Gyllenhaal being terrific in the lead but suffers from a rule-breaking ending.