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It Wasn't God's Will torrent reviews
Todd B (ca) wrote: The director's cut is the way to go, but regardless of the script's inevitable shortcomings, Stallone's labor of love pet-project is a successful violent throwback to the far more potent action films of the '80's. Check your narrative and character development expectations at the door and get ready for R-rated action sequences that have been sorely missing from the superhero-movie-dominated cinemas of the 2000's and 2010's.
Bartley S (us) wrote: Looks like confirmation that Approved Tomatometer critics are clearly on the side of the anti-God elite. Compare their rating to the average Joe (a clear majority of which liked it).I'll be using the Audience meter from now on.
Andr D (ca) wrote: "Special" es la historia de un policia de transito (interpretado por Michael Rapaport), quien se somete a una droga experimental que permitiria subir la autoestima de las personas. Sin embargo, lo que hace la droga en el policia aficionado a los comics es darle superpoderes...o no?. Rapaport logra una increible actuacion en esta historia minimalista que subvierte la estructura narrativa del relato superheroico y su final poetico alcanza a conmover. "Special" es un tesoro escondido que los fanaticos de los superheroes sabran apreciar.
Jeffrey C (es) wrote: A very beautiful, low-budget film.
Hallvard S (de) wrote: A perfect film for Sunday evening! brilliant in every way.
Giovanni M (ag) wrote: Ghost World is a movie that I liked, but didn't like as much as I wanted to. There are too many plot-lines surround Enid that don't need to be in the story, the sarcastic edge gets lost about half-way through, and the ending is really unsatisfying. However, the performances are all great, the comedy is really funny when it's aimed towards the moronic people surrounding them, and the character of Enid is an all-around pleasure to watch.
Samantha R (au) wrote: Pretty good movie...rather long though...
lanessia s (mx) wrote: one of Chris rock best performance ever
Mike N (nl) wrote: wonderfully dark,well filmed,and good performances.
Melvin W (ru) wrote: Jeff: It doesn't matter what I do as long as I don't care about the results. And that's why now, I'm getting naked.I really didn't think I was going to like this movie after the first twenty minutes. All that was going on was the characters saying "Fuck you" a lot and flipping everybody off, while they walked away backwards. But from the movie turned into a good little hang out/what are we going to do with are lives, "Oh nothing, that sound good" film. It's sporadically funny and takes some turns towards the dark and tragic.I do like the honesty of the film. The characters sit around and the ones that have given up drink heavily and the ones that have aspirations of bettering their lives talk about stuff they truly don't understand. When it comes to these hang out movies, this isn't one of the better ones. Linklater did it better with Dazed and Confused and there are others like Barry Levinson's Diner which far exceed SubUrbia. That isn't to say that this is a bad movie, because it happens to be an intelligently written(Eric Bogosian) and directed film.The movie runs a little long for the content and it doesn't seem like they really knew how to end it. I wasn't expecting so much to occur during the last act because nothing occurred during the first two. This is a plotless movie, that threw a lot of heavy issues into the mix, especially down the home stretch. It sort of started to feel like a mess and it started to feel a little longwinded,but overall it made its points while being funny and entertaining.Suburbia is worth a look, especially if you like movies that occur in a day or a night. Don't watch it if you don't like movies that really don't have an active plot. All this really is, is conversations between characters. Think Mallrats, but a lot heavier.
Jonathan S (ca) wrote: Comic mockumentary genius from Eric Idle predating "This is Spinal Tap" by a good 6 years. If you know the Beatles and Eric Idle this movie's specific brand of humor will not be lost on you.
Christopher S (es) wrote: Elvis Presley starring in a film noir musical from the director of 'Casablanca'? It doesn't sound like it should work, but the disparate elements come together for a supremely entertaining whole. A strong story with genuine drama and suspense - much more than you'd ever expect in an Elvis movie - and director Michael Curtiz creates and effective atmosphere of the late-night New Orleans streets with great black and white cinematography and sultry music. Watching this film, you can see the presence that made Elvis Presley an icon, and he's backed by an impressive supporting cast that includes Walter Matthau, Dean Jagger, and Carolyn Jones. It is dated and melodramatic, but that's all part of it's kitschy charm - you don't have to be a die-hard Elvis fan to appreciate this surprising classic.
Tatsuhito K (ca) wrote: I love this movie very much. Anyone who adores the tale of Peter Pan will not have any problems falling in love with Finding Neverland, a tender, moving, and quite enchanting film about J.M. Barrie and the family that inspired the beloved play. It may not be 100% accurate to the real story and does manipulate the fact to create dramatic effects, but the film is not aiming for historical accuracy. It's about Barrie's unconditional love toward the widow (played by Kate Winslet) and her four children, and Johnny Depp's nuanced performance makes him believable and somewhat relatable. Finding Neverland is a wonderful movie.
Luciano G (mx) wrote: Hercules Reborn is a quite mediocre movie but it did not come across as a terrible one either....