This is going to be the best day of your life! DONALD (Barry Primus) promises SAM (Charlie Robinson)...
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Jochen W (nl) wrote: assarat ist ein begabter regisseur, zweifelsohne, und WONDERFUL TOWN hat wunderbare momente in der skizzierung der liebesgeschichte zwischen den protagonisten, hat tolle aufnahmen und ein wirklich umwerfendes ende. insgesamt fehlt ihm aber ein wenig jene spannung unter der unbewegten oberflaeche, die etwa die filme des offensichtlichen vorbilds pen-ek ratanaruang so einzigartig macht. es ist nicht einmal so, dass hier der eigene ansatz fehlt, und letztlich ist der vergleich auch ein wenig unfair, da es assarat offensichtlich um anderes geht. aber zu einer ganz individuellen filmsprache reicht es dann doch noch nicht, und irgendwie bleibt WONDERFUL TOWN letztlich doch etwas unbefriedigend. gleichwohl bin ich ueberzeugt davon, dass vom jungen regisseur noch einiges zu erwarten sein koennte.
Kayse S (jp) wrote: This film inspires me to love my life and do what I can to make the world a more harmonious place.
gary t (kr) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that bogdan diklic, marko uroseic, miki manojiloviom nebojsa glogovac, nikola ristanovski play good roles/parts throughout this movie...i think that the director of this art house/international/drama/action adventure movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..its a really powerful movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie...i think that the fight scenes n the gun shoot outs were pretty kewl throughout this movie..its a good movie 2 watch
x x (kr) wrote: Haha pretty funny shit
Dave S (au) wrote: This is just begging to be shown on a triple bill with "One from the Heart" and "Streets of Fire", probably at the world's raddest drive-in theater dedicated to screening noble failures. The plot is frequently abandoned, and thank goodness, because if there's anything more tired than the old "art vs commerce" dramatic device it's gotta be the girlfriend who's more interested in money and status than love. For a while it seems like the movie is best when it's just groovin' along, adding style and enthusiasm to whatever nonsense strikes its fancy, and the formless narrative is hilariously reflected in the even more formless songs which lack not only any sort of recognizable verse-chorus structure but often seem devoid of clear melody as well. Honestly, I was going to give this mess an additional star just on goodwill until the whole thing abruptly turns into a race riot, social commentary that is not unforeshadowed in the early parts of the film but is still mostly misplaced and incoherent.
Heather M (us) wrote: I definitely think that it would be safe to skip this one.
Lee M (ca) wrote: Cross Creek, based on the memoirs of The Yearling author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, offers a sanitized vision of her early struggle to publish a novel and the Florida backwoods which inspired her prose. A stellar performance by Rip Torn just about keeps the saccharine level at bay.
Jenn M (au) wrote: Incredible. Jody Foster and Richard Gere attempted to Americanize it in Sotheby... not even close.
Jireh A (ca) wrote: The found footage is just silly, it gives me headache. The movie is quite entertaining if the target audience are high schoolers but for movie critics and movie whores, this was actually a painful and silly movie.