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Shail G (au) wrote: a beautiful depiction of innocent romance from a time before it became almost entirely extinct. personally, i would have loved to this film as a silent film. i feel like the imagery and the acting did most of the communicating. the screenplay was lacking in comparison and frankly ended up holding the film back. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this one; especially for Zhang Yimou fans waiting to be convinced that he hasn't completely sold out.
Lakshana M (ru) wrote: Not a bad movie at all. The acting is great, and the story is pretty okay. It sort of grinds to an anticlimactic end, but the overall film is pretty good. It's a shame it was sent straight to DVD.
Jeanette P (ru) wrote: left me puzzled most of the time, wondering wat wat going through the characters' minds. lots of pensive and contemplative looks in silence which i presume were meant for the actors/actresses to emote their feelings and inner frustrations?? didn't get much of that..was it cos the cast was mainly made up of new and inexperiencd actors? or were those silent moments meant for the audience to draw their own conclusions? in which case it leaves one with even more questions as to why certain scenes were included and how they tie in with the entire storyline. Despite the hype about the male lead going starkers in one of the scenes, there's no compelling reason to watch this.
Michael O (fr) wrote: Absolutely AWFUL ripoff of "The Exorcist"...
Alfredo S (ca) wrote: Although it has its moments, Open Season feels familiar really often, and fails at being on par even with the most mediocre animated installments
Miguel G (de) wrote: Shows great heart when it doesn't get in its own way; some superb turns by a talented cast, some of whom continue to make a big splash in adulthood
Kamalesh R (es) wrote: Dry and funny, a movie about loneliness and voyeurism has a surprising amount of charm. The pace is slow and the dialog may be a little lost in translation, but it is worth checking out if you have time for a modest tale of two men watching each other.
Jose S (us) wrote: A thoughtful and entertaining meditation on the auteur theory and the french cinema. Maggie Cheung is extraordinary here.
Josh M (jp) wrote: I'll save you two hours, the only truly funny moment is when Cusack puts on a pair of pantyhose in the airport restroom and attempts to stuff $600,000 down them to get it on the plane to the Bahamas to escape the country with it after he's told his carry on is too large. His blond dye job pompadour was pretty amusing as well. Otherwise it was fun to see Benicio Del Toro and James Gandolfini in their early acting days.
Cody C (ru) wrote: So goddamn good. A clear influence on Step Brothers and Napoleon Dynamite, but nothing like those movies. Perfectly blends comedy and drama. And takes the comedy aspects as seriously as the drama.
Emod L (gb) wrote: 95%Full of crafty set pieces and witty one-liners, the quotable Total Recall benefits from Paul Verhoeven's daring direction and Arnold Schwarzenegger's highly entertaining performance.V: 69%
John Eric D (jp) wrote: This sequel is way more fun compared to the 1st one. More stare downs, more manly faces and those sweaty looks, with their hairs on their faces and smoking tobaccos. In short, it's a fun watch in this very manly western film. One of the reasons that I love in this film is the chemistry between Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef. And Gian Maria Volont as the main villain, I mean superb performances for these actors. Another Iconic western film that I will never forget. And the restoration on blu-ray is impressive. I really like it. A must watch, a must have and definitly you will enjoy this one. 4/5 stars!
Stephen H (au) wrote: A dark and unsentimental heist film, most memorable for its 26 minute silent robbery sequence. The suspense is ratcheted up throughout the film, to its expected conclusion.
John R (mx) wrote: 160721: This flawed film still has some capacity to entertain but if you enjoyed Hellraiser when it came out, you might be better served with your memories. The special effects seem dated and much of the fear factor has been lost. I imagine if you watch it with surround sound, and on a larger screen, you may be able to recreate some of the nostalgia you once felt but trust me, much of the impact has been lost. Hellraiser, and the Cenobites, still holds a place in my heart however.
Aidan C (gb) wrote: An utterly terrible film. Seriously, I hate this movie. It's terrible, but the only scene that's worth while its when the shark launches it self out of the water and takes down a jumbo jet!
Aaron G (jp) wrote: One of the most intensely gripping movies I have ever seen.