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Austin W (kr) wrote: A father and son movie that should be full of life, except this film there just was no life in any characters (except maybe Alfred and Nightwing, just a little). I know Batman and Damien like to hide their feelings and like to brood, but there are many moments in the comics where their love for each other is shown. Batman and Damien have really no connection in this movie. The art is ok, but i would prefer if they didn't use the same art style for every movie since Flashpoint, Its nice to mix it up like they did before Flashpoint.
Monjit B (es) wrote: Too much explanation at the end . Could have avoided that.
Jordan M (ag) wrote: "The Other Son" is a story about how we are not defined by our titles; we see this through how the characters lie on the spectrum. As far as the parents of both respective family's are concerned, the mother and father play two very different roles. Both of Joseph's and Yacine's family have the fathers playing the matriarchal role, which have them protecting their family/way of life. Unfortunately, this makes them blind to the other's characters true values, making them the standard bearers of their titles. The mothers play the nurturing roles, willing to look past the others' titles and accept them for who they are. Due to this, we can see the mothers on one side, and the fathers on the far side. This leaves the children to struggle with their identity, as they are torn between the pressure to bend to their father's will, or to throw away all preconcieved notions. No one faces this more than Yacine, whose brother is trying to accept this new change. Indeed, the Al-Bezaaz's seem to be less ready to accept the Silbergs, who are looked upon as being the aggressors, at least through the Al-Bezaaz's eyes. Joseph's siblings seem ready to accept the Palestinians, but the most hostility seems to come from Yacine's brother. The theme of titles is driven further home by the opening image, which shows the city of Tel Aviv against the harsh desert, showing the hostility that lies under our own social constructs. Perhaps the notion that the fathers are more willing to hold unto their safe, rigid, system of titles, has the film stating that the younger generation is ready to move past simple borders and the past that their fathers had grown up in.One gripe I had with the film was that, once they accepted the other side, they had to deal with the ramifications of that decision. Unfortunately, the only payoff to that was when Joseph was stabbed. I wanted to see that conflict brought out a little bit more.
Rika R (nl) wrote: A refreshing, unique love story full of charm, humor, and endearing performances.
Natasha M (mx) wrote: Kept me guessing who was on the other end. Disappointed in the ending though. Confused with title.
Jeff F (it) wrote: What was I thinking? I kept watching thinking it couldn't get worse, but it did. AWFUL!
Sarah (ag) wrote: This movie was not really good but it wasnt really bad either. Brent Gorski and Eli Kransky had great chemistry and worked very well together. Both gave good emotional preformances. Melissa Searing played an interesting character. I wish there had been more about her. Also I feel like in the end her part of the story was just kind of dropped. I wish they had explored it more. Jay Brannan I actually found quite childishly annoying. He kinda bothered me, or at least his character did. Not sure which it was. Story was alright, nothing too insightful or original but not mindlessly boring either. So basically it all balanced out to be an okay movie.
Dave J (nl) wrote: Monday, November 28, 2011 (2007) Tooth And Nail SCIENCE- FICTION/ HORROR Straight-to-rental from "8 Movies To Die For" with a ridiculous post- apocalypse idea, taken from "Mad Max 2" aka "The Road Warrior" when a lack of gasoline resulted in the earth destroying itself motivating a small group of survivors fending for themselves, barricading themselves in an abandoned hospital and then the cannibals show up! In order for me to enjoy this, I had to use my fast- forward button on some of the parts since it's neither scary nor it is original but was saved by the last 10 minutes of pure female retribution! 2.5 out of 4
Kent P (ag) wrote: It wasn't a bad movie. Was suspenseful and visually OK. The story really gets kind of wierd towards to the end. I also think the film being dubbed takes away from the acting as the emotion seems faked. I always prefer subtitles to being done over in another language.
brett l (fr) wrote: Rob Zombie's worst film to date.
john g (nl) wrote: Maybe I need to watch again but I thought this was a bot shit
Kevin R (br) wrote: He turned his back on himself Joe and Frank Roberts are brothers that went separate directions in life. Joe is a straight and narrow law officer with a beautiful family, white house with a picket fence, and a little farm out back. Frank is a wild child that loves nature, booze, and wild women. Joe eventually talks Frank into returning home after the death of his mother to settle down. When Frank gets married, his wife becomes pregnant, and it looks like he is about to settle down, something snaps and Franks life is about to flip upside down. "He's a likable son of a bitch." Sean Penn, director of The Crossing Guard, The Pledge, and Into the Wild, delivers Indian Runner. The storyline for this picture is marvelous and ran parallel to my family situation. I found the characters fascinating and well presented. The cast delivered compelling performances and includes Viggo Mortensen, David Morse, Valerie Golino, Charles Bronson, Patricia Arquette, and Dennis Hopper. "This is where you were a little boy." This film grabbed my attention based on its marvelous cast. I swear this film is about my brother and I. There is generally an eccentric character in most families and this picture depicts that person perfectly. I loved the interactions between brothers and Viggo was awesome in this role. This is definitely worth your time and worth adding to your DVD collection. "That woman has a beard." Grade: A
tom l (ag) wrote: jackie is dubbed over...serious kung fu not his patented humour
Scott S (us) wrote: Such a funny satire on your typical "perfect heist" films. the comedy in this film is spot on which lead me laughing constantly throughout the film.
Private U (mx) wrote: Claudette Colbert plus a Billy Wilder script. I love this film. It's hard to find, but worth looking for.