Jaime

Jaime

Jaime, a poem of suffering and loneliness, describes the existence and pictorial work of a man isolated in a psychiatric hospital.

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Richard M (mx) wrote: This is great film. i wanted to give it a five but was restrained. It is a powerful film of what it's like to live under occupation. The insanity, constant distrust and paranoia; who is a friend or who is the traitor. How the occupying forces under the constant threat of violence manipulate and degrade human beings in order to destroy resistance. And amid all this, people fall in love with each other and wish for better things.

Ashley B (us) wrote: hated it... waste of time...

Wil R (ca) wrote: A man falls in love with the literal girl of his dreams.

Calum B (us) wrote: After watching the trailer for "Cherrybomb", I had great expectations about this one. It looked dark and raw and sexy. But I was a bit disappointed. Not that it was not interesting to watch, but it felt like something was missing, something was not enough.The storyline goes like this: Two 16-year-olds, best friends, fall for the new girl in town. She leads them both on and they compete over her, trying to impress her. The three fall into a twirl of alcohol, drugs, sex and violence.The two friends are portrayed by Rupert Grint and Robert Sheehan. They were both excellent. Sheehan is always a joy to watch, there is a great career ahead of him. And Grint was a very pleasant surprise, basically supporting most of the film with his performance. Kimberley Nixon though, the girl that pulls the strings, did not stand up to the part for me. It didn't seem believable that she could affect them that much, I couldn't see "that something" in her.Another reviewer compared this trio with the Effy/Freddie/Cook story in "Skins". I agree to the similarity and it is an excellent argument why "Cherrybomb" was not enough. Effy was a character you loved to hate. You could see why she had them crazy over her. The love/hate friendship between Freddie and Cook was very touching. And it was much more raw and violent, really leaved you with a wow/punch-in-the-stomach kind of feel. "Cherrybomb" tried for this feel too and didn't quite get there...The cinematography was interesting, I liked the dark colors and it got across the feeling of despair and confusion of adolescence. But still I expected more, it was a bit superficial, not strong enough, not daring enough perhaps, to shock you, to really get to you.Kudos for the ending and the soundtrack. Could have been better, but it's still worth watching.

Ferdous I (jp) wrote: So, in the end, was it worth it? Jesus Christ. How irreparably changed my life has become. It's always the last day of summer and I've left out in the cold with no door to get back in. I'll grant you, I've had more than my share of poignant moments. Life passes more people by while they're making grand plans for it. Throughout my life time, I've left pieces of my heart here and there. And now there's almost not enough to stay alive. But I force a smile.. knowing that my ambition far exceeded my talent.. There are no more white horses or pretty ladies at my door..

Luis M (it) wrote: At first I thought it was very slow, but near the end it got a nice rhythm, I liked the ending.

Craig M (ca) wrote: Very sweet with strong performances from Garland. I love the little sister character...so macabre!

Dafne Y (br) wrote: Beautiful spaghetti western!Great directed film!A must-see movie!Fabulous Ernest Borgnine's last film!Makes you laugh, cry, love the characters, love the story, love the music!You don't get to see movies like this one any more, I strongly recommend it! You won't regret it and you will be smiling while remembering different scenes from this movie for a long time after watching it.. Please don't miss it!

John Y (de) wrote: It's going to be the scariest.

nipp s (au) wrote: Maybe this movie is for stoners who like medieval shit.... I loved it! Your Highness has a good story and good actors along with enough silly shit to stop itself from taking itself to seriously. The story as an outline isn't overly original but the way the story is presented is and that's what's important here. Now if you'll excuse me I need to partake of the mystical herbs and seek the guidance of visions to enlighten my path on the road of destiny.... to taco bell