Irene in Time
A film about the complex relationships between fathers and daughters, and the potential lifelong consequences of those relationships.
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Mi B W (br) wrote: A very tender and sweet movie from Uruguay. Jara is such a harmless teddy bear that what would come off as stalking by anyone else is really just him protecting Julia and crushing from afar. The closing movie of the Latino Film Festival.
Christopher H (kr) wrote: Rather self-indulgent, "Nobody Walks" hints at thoughtful performances and poetic revelations but never quite delivers. Olivia Thirlby is gorgeous with short hair, but her wishy-washy, home-wrecking naivety works against her performance and leaves a bitter taste by the end. However, she does show a depth of maturity as an actress, unseen in her previous performances, showing signs of a dependable leading lady, given the right direction and part. John Krasinski is the only shred of hope for the film and even he is unable to rectify any sort of emotional growth or understanding, as Rosemarie DeWitt twaddles through her role with a blank expression. The characters learn nothing from their exploits and after the credits you really wonder if anyone in the film is any better off than they were in the beginning and whether anything actually happened in the course of the film. The truth is, when films have such reckless abandon for sticking to the mundane of everyday life, I tend to believe they are based on the writer's personal life, basically an autobiography with hardly any of the facts changed. And though this may be interesting to the writer, the people that eventually view the film have zero emotional connection to the characters, similar to the phrase, "I guess you had to be there". Having never seen Ry Russo-Young's previous directing endeavors, I have nothing to compare it to, but "Nobody Walks" screams of a nubile director still searching for that distinction between herself and the countless other independent directors producing middle level variants of everyday life.
BJ W (es) wrote: A bit too much narrative exposition, the dialogue doesn't particularly feel natural in most situations, and some acting is a but stiff... yet, the story itself is interesting, the creature design is... interesting, and it maintained my attention throughout. The late Anton Yelchin did a great job as well.The tonal shifts worked well, adding some humor and light-hearted undertones to an ultimately heavy movie. I feel it has been too harshly criticized. It was entertaining and I'd easily recommend it or watch it again.
Lola M (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed this. I think any girl can find a bit of herself in Lola. Probably would have been 3 stars but there is a birthday rap at the end worth a 1/2 star on it's own.
Dr F P (ru) wrote: It's quite good, it focuses more on the people within and outside the virtual world rather than the virtual world itself. The way this doc is presesnted leaves you to make up your own mind about the whole thing. I don't know what went on between the two that had a relationship over Second Life, the end was quite creepy sounding and very sad. I admit that this has made me curious about Second Life, but i'm not sure i'd invest my whole self into it. Some things definitely seem quite off about the doc, i'm not sure how to explain them though, i think there was some bad vibes along the way. I'm really not sure why they'd film the breakdown of these people at points but anyway...pretty okay.
Matthew Y (nl) wrote: A bit of a drag but some interesting cinematography
Mariana M (ru) wrote: This movie made me feel sad for Molly Shannon's character. But she seems to have found her true calling in the end. Not bad!
Nainoa K (ag) wrote: really fun and funny movie
Maria Teresa C (kr) wrote: eres una exelente actriz
Jonathan P (ag) wrote: A few chuckles and one laugh out loud moment (the muscle) but Guess Who just never became the comedy it set about trying to be and at times the viewer feels almost as uncomfortable as Kutcher telling his racist jokes at the table.
Karen H (ca) wrote: 2013-10-25 lots of action and well-choreographed fights
Joe H (kr) wrote: The Surrealists set out to destroy traditional narrative cinema with this film. They failed at that, but succeeded instead in creating one of the most famous experimental films of the silent era, one that is chock full of grotesqueries and intoxicating visual metaphors. Truly worth watching.
Sam C (mx) wrote: This movie hit me pretty hard. Loved every second of it. Highly recommend to everyone.
tanja n (au) wrote: Cute to have an indian man and a mexican woman fall in love with each other
James F (it) wrote: I wish I could go back in time and tell my past self to skip it.