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Paulina A (de) wrote: Not a bad one! Funny and interesting. I liked the main story and the performances, however the script seems weak sometimes.
Andrew C (au) wrote: In the Valley of Elah revolves around Hank Deerfield (Tommy Lee Jones), a war veteran who relentlessly searches for his missing son, who is soldier that recently returns from the war in Iraq. The movie's premise incorporates and incites questions regarding the effects, realities, and controversies of the Iraq War and its aftermath, a touchy subject no doubt. Fortunately, director Paul Haggis does an exquisite job of limiting political views throughout, as he elaborately intertwines elements of mystery, uncertainty, and morality into the plot so as to persistently engross the viewer. This diverts attention away from the potential political hullabaloo of the film and allows us to enjoy its immensely engaging and heartbreaking story. In addition to that, a genuinely depicted aftermath of the war through the setting and circumstances, as well as references to divisive topics like post-traumatic stress disorder, is essential to the dramatic quality of the film. Through this, the viewer doesn't gain insight on the dehumanizing effects of war, but also deeply sympathizes for the characters and everyone affected. Who better to play a war veteran with a fervent and obsessive determination to find his lost son than Tommy Lee Jones? Although the film features some fine acting from the whole cast, his performance stood out, as it was definitely one of his best in recent years. He perfectly expresses the anguish, concern, and compassion that would be present in any soldier's father. He makes us realize that, with any war, the greatest struggle is coping with the harsh realities that ensue. It's certainly difficult not to pity him knowing the magnitude of the circumstances. Furthermore, he truly convinces us that a similar experience has happened in his own life. There's more to war than the soldiers, a message that is powerfully conveyed in this dramatic and thought-provoking story of loss and morality. Regardless of political standing, In the Valley of Elah is a wonderfully structured story of tragedy and realization. It is not your typical genre movie regarding war, for it contains messages and questions that everyone should consider. Despite its somewhat slow pace, I highly recommend watching this movie.
Danielle G (ru) wrote: Surprisingly good. The dubbing is cringe-worthy at times, but I liked the story and though not spectacular visually, it is still very good. Perhaps a little typical story-wise, but enough of its own flavor to make it interesting.
Alexander C (ru) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!
Thomas B (ru) wrote: Grade - B+Although not as good as the TV series it inspired, the original 'Fargo' is still a very good film in its own right. Fantastic performances and an excellent premise elevate it to more than your average mystery thriller.
Ola G (ca) wrote: Set in the future, youth gang violence is so high that the areas around some schools have become "free fire zones", into which not even the Police will venture. When Dr. Miles Langford (Malcolm McDowell), the Principal of Kennedy High School in Seattle, decides to take his school back from the gangs, Megatech robotics specialist Dr. Robert Forrest (Stacy Keach) provides "tactical education units", consisting of Mr. Bryles (Patrick Kilpatrick), Ms. Connors (Pam Grier), and Mr. Hardin (John Ryan) for a new pilot enforcement agency called the Department of Educational Defense (D.E.D.). These humanoids have been programmed to teach and are supplied with weapons to discipline trouble-makers. The androids soon overstep their authority, causing the students to fight back..."Class of 1999" is a 1990 American science fiction film directed by Mark L. Lester and the follow-up to his 1982 cult classic "Class of 1984". Not sure why this was made as this follow up to the great "Class of 1984" is not even close to the original. This is just a spot on b-action vehicle with some ok names in it, but with mostly crappy acting, crappy effects and a storyline thats partly ripping off the platform from John Carpenters "Escape from New York". The only real enjoyment for me was the beautiful Pam Grier.
Mr Movie R (ru) wrote: Rodriguez could've done a little better.
Meredith W (mx) wrote: A good stupid movie that had a few laughs, but was only really saved by such a good cast and cameos. Michael Cera, is good but Jack Black seems to try too hard to just be the same in every film. Paul Rudd is a standout.
Single Country Girl (it) wrote: It is a great movie. I love horses so I love any horse movie!
Al S (br) wrote: An exceptionally fun buddy-comedy. It`s filled with great humor, suspense, action and rapid-fire chemistry from its two leads. Edge and Jamie Kennedy are wonderful, they play off eachother nicely and show lots of charisma in this old-school action-comedy. An enjoyable and wildly entertaining goodtime.