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Jeremy Jones' Higher
Backcountry snowboarder Jeremy Jones will leave tracks on signature lines in the close-to-home playgrounds he's made his own in Jackson Hole and Lake Tahoe, while also making history with ...
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Alex S (gb) wrote: Kim Ji-woon's segment is very good. The other two need some work.
John M (ru) wrote: Holy Motors is a thoroughly enjoyable, absorbing piece of work that's fascinating, confusing, thought provoking and, at times, moving. I heard the word 'unconventional' used to describe it, and words like that attract me to movies. I'm so glad I watched it, because, in a world where films that are pretty long on action and short on art seem to be what it's all about now, I was starting to fall out of love with cinema a little. Holy Motors restored and renewed my affection for it. It's kind of weird, but kind of wonderful too.
F B (ru) wrote: Total garbage. Not one I would ever want to have to sit through again.
Aida M (us) wrote: Great movie touching, realistic. Newcomer Harmony Santana was amazin.
Barry N (ca) wrote: This movie isn't horrible, but it's still a very mostly unfunny, kind of boring and poorly acted film. The film doesn't really take any chances, the jokes are ones that we've seen a million times before and done much better. The only joke the was funny, was the one at the end. This film is a pass unless you are an enthusiastic fisherman. 3.7/10
Nathan N (es) wrote: I watched "Albino Farm" for two reasons: becasue I was at work and because it boasts the one and only Chris Jericho as its lead. Unfortunatly, I can't suggest this be watched for any other reason than to maybe ward off boredom. Maybe. It certainly isn't good but it isn't awful either. Also, and most unfortunaly of all, there isn't much Jericho to be seen. He shows up, has charisma and makes you wish he WAS the lead. There is no reason to see this movie.
Ali K (ru) wrote: Not really sure if it wasn't that enjoyable or it's just me and my conviction that Audrey Tautou is lame and anything she's in is likewise.
Tim H (kr) wrote: EPIC!!! Love how they followed the process of building this team with players who became "One Team" for USA. I just wish they showed some flashbacks on Coach Brooks from his 1960 Olympic team experience, & how that tuned into his motivation during his coaching years.
Tony P (es) wrote: Deeply disturbing horror from Canadian director David Cronenburg.The film features scenes of extreme visual hallucinations caused by a fictitious video cassette program called Videodrome.Basically the main character Max Renn (James Woods) is the CEO of a small Toronto television station that specialises in broadcasting sensationalist/soft porn/horror output.Renn comes across a new show idea called Videodrome based on illegally viewed output from a supposedly foreign country but is eventually revealed to be orifinating from Pittsburgh.Viewing the sadistic Videodrome program causes a cycle of hallucinations and brain injury.Renn succombs to these. In order to escape the 'spell' of Videodrome he must turn into an assassin. Killing his colleagues and the people behind Videodrome. (Are you keeping up?)The film features some awesome special effects from make up specialist Rick Baker (Star Wars Episode IV and Planet of the Apes).If the Conservative Canadians were shicked by Cronenburgs debut feature in 1975 then this must quite literally blow their torsos open!Shocking.
Benjamin O (us) wrote: Unsettlingly ordinary.
Steven S (it) wrote: PSH is the only (and I mean only) saving grace here - but his performance is awesome, almost as good as Capote. Other than that the script is predictable, full of clich, stereotypes, and boredom. De Niro's character and female friends, in particular, sure drag (no pun intended)
Jorge Mauricio M (gb) wrote: It is an excellent film, in which you can see the appreciation that the director has for the Sevillian culture, and a good cast. Also, it is advisable to listen to your soundtrack. She is very pretty and even dreamy.