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Through the childhood and the adolescence of Giacomo Casanova (from his memoirs), this is a description of how people live in the Venice of the 18th century: customs, habits, medecine, ...
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Armando B (au) wrote: This is one good action movie, but it lacks in fighting scenes there are not as many as the other Donnie Yen films that we have seen. It literally drugged out in between fights and plot. Good movie but I got to say that the "Ip Man" movies are way better than this one. So for being an okay film, I give "The Legend Of The Fist"a solid C.
Paul R (mx) wrote: Roman Polanski is probably the most controversial yet tragic filmmakers int he past 50 years. After surviving the holocaust, being witnessed to the murder of his wife by Charles manson and making some great cinematic classics like Chinatown and The Pianist, he is now known as the man who molested a young child and escaped from the charges for refuge in Europe. This is not only a fascinating look at the man's life, but a very good detailed account on the court case, the trials that happened. One of the best documentaries.
Pamela F (it) wrote: This'll be halarious!
Dann M (br) wrote: From Daniel Waters, the writer of the cult classic Heathers, comes the new satirical comedy Sex and Death 101. The film follows newly engaged Roderick Blank, who must struggle with fate when a mysterious source sends him a list containing the names of all the women that he will sleep with throughout his life. Simon Baker and Winona Ryder lead the cast, and both give strong performances. The film has a lot of fun with sexual cliches and stereotypes as Blank goes through the list. It also presents the struggle between free will and fate in an interesting and satirical way. While some of the satire works, a lot of it is a few degrees off and has some problems with presentation. Sex and Death 101 has some fun and is fairly entertaining, but has its share of troubles as well.
MyFriendAli (es) wrote: Awesome, Loved it!One of my Favorites!
Amanda H (ag) wrote: This entire movie is much ado about nothing, but it's cute and quirky and definitely worth seeing once. Don't expect any mountains to be moved, and I can't imagine watching this more than once, but the characters are fun and the concept of the restaurant is cute. Not a bad movie, just not a ton of plot.
Andrew S (us) wrote: A technical marvel for gorehounds, some of the most realistic and gutwrenching simulated violence ever put to screen, but exceptional violence cannot mask the fact that this movie is dead behind the eyes. Strip away the violence and you are left with an empty screen. There is no subtext to drive the shocks deeper, it's all surface shock tactics that don't last because there is nothing anchoring them down in your head. While it is a special effects masterpiece, it lacks the depth or the wonderfully perverted humanity of films like Sal, Audition or Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, which made them resonate with the viewer on a psychological level as well as a base gut reaction. In August Underground it's all for show and instantly disposable.If all you need out of a film is sick effects work with the illusion of realism (which I can't stress enough, is astounding in its detail), then you won't go far wrong with this. If you want some tension and intellect to go with your horrific gore, then look elsewhere. For me, there's more to horror than just violence.
Jarryd R (gb) wrote: kool as i might wanna see lol of course i wanna see it
Mark S (nl) wrote: Recommended by Leslie.
Adam R (ag) wrote: (First and only viewing - 9/3/2013)
The Critic (kr) wrote: A charming, character-driven film that captures the essence of male friendship with strong performances across the board from a stunning cast. Scott Rosenberg's clever screenplay, Adam Kimmel's crisp cinematography, and solid direction by Ted Demme round things out nicely.
Kieran F (au) wrote: Good film, one for the mums
Johannes J (it) wrote: Hazel: "...the Church of Christ Without Christ. Where the blind can't see, the lame don't walk, and the dead stay that way."
Darren H (au) wrote: One of the most romantic-looking films you will ever see.
Edith N (jp) wrote: Oh, Hollywood Amnesia! Just to be clear, there is such thing as amnesia. People really have been known to forget aspects of their pasts. It's just that it doesn't happen the way it does in the movies. In fact, probably the most common sort of amnesia resulting from the ever-popular bump on the head is forgetting just that moment and maybe a little bit leading up to it. Bumping a person on the head a second time doesn't make them remember the first one; it just causes additional brain damage. On the other hand, the dramatic prospects of a person unable to remember their past are pretty exciting to play with. Oh, sure, we don't always use them for dramatic prospects. Comedic ones are pretty popular, too. However, it's not the first instance in which Hollywood gets medicine wrong, and it certainly won't be the last. There are also some actually good versions of the story, and while this one isn't great, it certainly isn't bad, either. It's probably better because it has talented performers in it. That makes a difference. Larry Wilson (William Powell) is a stuffy, boring man. For reasons I'm not completely sure of, he's on a boat. Someone else, "Doc" Ryan (Frank McHugh), nearly falls overboard because he's staggering drunk. And when I say "nearly," I mean "doesn't because Larry saves him." Only when Larry saves him, he whams his head a good one--and it doesn't cause amnesia. No, this is the mythical second blow, the one that brings his memory back. You see, he isn't Larry Wilson at all. He's George Carey, a crook who was, for many years, living the staid, boring life of a small-town pottery magnate. So staid and boring, in fact, that his lovely wife, Kay (Myrna Loy), is divorcing him because she just can't take it anymore. (What she ever saw in him to marry him in the first place is not revealed.) Only, of course, George isn't going to stand for losing Kay if he can help it, even though he also wants to con someone in the town for as much money as he can manage. The fact that these goals are mutually exclusive should let you know how the story goes. One of the things I find interesting is that no one seems to notice that George can't do a lot of the things that Larry can. Oh, they notice when George does things that Larry wouldn't, though no one seems half so suspicious of that as they ought--even when the notoriously miserly Larry is suddenly free-spending, paying more for a nightgown for Kay than I would pay for one myself now. And I mean new. I think I could buy three or four new nightgowns for what he pays for hers--and it certainly isn't anything I'd wear to bed, either. When she says the words he used to propose to her, it's just painful. However, she doesn't seem as surprised as I would be that he isn't like that anymore. I mean, let's take a common film character we all know and love. Let's take, oh, Atticus Finch. If Atticus came home from court one day and started sitting around the house in his underwear, you'd notice, right? Really, that's the problem with movies like this, movies based on radical personality change. You need to leave us with enough reason to like the original/altered personality that you understand why anyone liked that person in the first/second place, unless the whole point is that no one likes the altered/original personality. Larry is boring; all right, that makes him a pillar of the community type. But that doesn't make him the type who could get his hands on Myrna Loy, even [i]Cheaper by the Dozen[/i] Myrna Loy. She likes a little bit of pep. A basic interest factor. Someone who will notice when she's wearing something new for some reason other than to ask how much it cost. She wants someone who will show her a good time. And Larry simply won't. Larry is . . . upstanding. In short, boring. We get that Kay's mother (Nella Walker) never liked him, and that's perfectly reasonable. But why did Kay? Did she think she could graft a personality onto him? Apparently, Powell and Loy did fourteen movies together. I, of course, am most acquainted with the [i]Thin Man[/i] series; their most famous, especially now, is probably [i]Manhattan Melodrama[/i]. (In fact, that was one of the fun things about [i]Public Enemies[/i]--it was the first time I'd ever seen Myrna's face that big, that luminous. In short, with that quality that only appearing on the big screen really gives someone.) This is a minor one, or as Graham put it, "one that no one's ever heard of." Which, I must admit, I had not. I wasn't even sure what it was about, not least because the library's copy comes in a case that only features the title in a plain font. This is probably because it originally comes from one of those box sets we've discussed before, one of the ones where they don't have as many cases as they do films. But I opened the case, looked at the disc--which has lovely Loy on it--and knew that I'd have to keep it to watch with Graham. Powell and Loy are not a guarantee of quality, but they give a strong presumption.
Haley r (jp) wrote: Im in love with their love this is a beautiful movie and yeah its just amazing
Leonard D (ru) wrote: Daniel Day Luis as the character Bill the Butcher, was damn terrifying! A very iconic performance for an actor of his quality! Leonardo DiCaprio was fine as the son of the main protagonist. The history setting and the tone is just priceless! Felt contained here and there, but that is what makes it work so well.
Michael R (br) wrote: Basically a remake of Thunderball, this "unofficial" or "non-eon" production Bond film is a superior beast to that of the last few "official" 007 outings. While Connery's age could make the whole affair even more absurd, the filmmakers quite rightly decided to address that elephant within the plot itself. The end result is a solid spy adventure full of the tropes Bond fans have come to expect and love.
Eliabeth K (us) wrote: I think this movie is hilarious. I loved it. My friends and I have a tradition of watching it for a good laugh.
Chris B (br) wrote: This is the epitome of a 90's action movie. Great cheesy one liners with some great action set pieces. A very solid cast too go along. Also a very solid soundtrack.