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Jambo R (gb) wrote: The last fight was the best
Faith M (de) wrote: This is certainly his most mature film to date while still maintaining his signature whimsical touch, this above all is a self -aware work. Underlying is a theme that addresses issues of prejuidice and challenges of authority. M.Gustave may command his picturesque hotel but there is the question of whether or not he receives the same respect outside of this microcasmic setting. In a way, Wes Anderson seems to studying his own concept of world building by taking this macrocasmic perspective on how people view him and reflecting it within the story. Gustave is a symbol of heightened idealism and presentation in a world where this is not always taken as being realistic.
Laura F (us) wrote: I really liked this movie! It was so funny and it wasn't as confusing as I thought it would be.
Matt M (fr) wrote: Two straight men are booked on a holiday on a homosexual cruise ship. The usual comedy based on cheap laughs, most based around stereotypes.
Mohanraj N (es) wrote: Where the Money Is is a 2000 film directed by Marek Kanievska, starring Paul Newman, Linda Fiorentino, and Dermot Mulroney. Legendary bank robber Henry Manning ends up in prison, where he suffers a massive stroke. He is transferred to a nursing home, in the care of Carol Ann McKay, Carol Ann starts to suspect that Henry isn't as sick as he seems, and she and her boyfriend Wayne are soon working with Henry to plan his last and greatest score.
Conrad H (nl) wrote: Half history-documentary, half-drama, this is a surprisingly effective movie about colonial India and the forces that led to the East India Company's eventual dominance of the sub-continent. Ignore the cheesy narrative and focus on the characters instead.
Brian P (fr) wrote: didnt like this one.........
Christopher E (mx) wrote: A dark and fantastically written super villain origin story.Three high school students make an incredible discovery, leading to their developing uncanny powers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities and use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control, and their darker sides begin to take over. Josh Trank deserves a lot of praise for creating one of the best stories in the found footage genre, and one that will be memorable for years to come. The story here was so simple yet so perfectly executed, with so many simple moments that made for big moments. The story was lighthearted and fun, but it was completely dark and tragic at the same time. Very few movies can pull off a blend of that caliber and it should be recognized here.The actors were my favorite part about this movie, bringing the script to life and making certain parts stand out even more. You can't teach chemistry and naturalism to actors, it's just something that has to come. Dane DeHaan was great as the lead, bringing this dark and intense emotion that accompanied a relatable character. Alex Russell was great as the guy who kind of kept things under control, and Michael B. Jordan was a fun and exhilarating supporting role. Everyone here had and still has bright futures in acting, and it was great to see them here.The visuals were okay for the most part. In a movie with this low of a budget, I understand why some aspects were really limited visually. However, that doesn't stray from the fact that the ideas and concepts were all there, and the film would've been lost without some of them. Like I said earlier, this is one of the best found footage movies I've ever seen. Actually, it's one of my favorites. It's so well done and it feels like a real found footage movie. They stray from soundtracks and other implausible found footage tropes that often ruin the gimmick, and this movie does a great job.In the end, "Chronicle" is a fantastic found footage horror film and should last through the decades.
Timothy N (it) wrote: Heartfelt and charming, Depp takes us on a warm journey to consider the depth of our imagination as he explores his own and inspires us to never let it go away, especially in the midst of tragedies.
Jack T (it) wrote: Travolta and Hayek were bland, but otherwise a good movie.
Michael H (fr) wrote: Predictable and too sophomoric than it needed to be. Still nice to see Johnson play the role a little differently. Some quality cameos too.