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Vicky M (it) wrote: I love this have it on VHS wish it would come out on DVD
Emily B (fr) wrote: I waited almost two hours for something--anything--to happen, but the ending only succeeded in making me want to pull my hair out.
Sushanth N (ru) wrote: classic love story !
Wut S (ru) wrote: Yet again, Apichatpong conjures a film which an engaged audience would be fascinated by the abundant speculations and interpretations. Mundane events transform into lores and beyond, lifeless characters gain depth and mystery through subtle progression. Everything seems calculated and planned, but nothing is resolute. To watch a film that stimulates your brain in such way is very satisfactory.The editing, camera works, cinematography, sound & lighting work brilliantly. Comparing to his previous features, Syndromes and a Century is much more polished technically. It is amazing how the grittiness the Thai countryside usually visually-associated with is replaced with exaggerated orderliness and natural enchantments.
Pete R (it) wrote: Good in the way that it feels like a Bukowski book.
Thomas R (ag) wrote: Hated it. It makes you want to commit suicide; it's distinctively depressing.
Brian F (us) wrote: Matthau shows off his range as an actor in no less than three roles in this Neil Simon adaptation. The final segment (a slapstick farce about a young bride who locks herself into a bathroom and Matthau's - the father's - efforts to get her out) is brilliant.
Lua G (ca) wrote: its an adorable feel-good-movie, awarded with adorable actors. you can just give in and, in the last 20 minutes of the movie, feel yours cheeks hurt because you can't stop smiling for that guy.
Alex W (mx) wrote: Good and interesting seemingly forgotten movie. George c Scott has such a great voice and presence, on the other hand i cant take Timothy Hutton seriously as a leader. Its crazy seeing such a young cruse and penn, especially sense there characters are at odds. feels very 70's all though its not all out anti military.
Paul S (nl) wrote: Interesting, dark and real! I liked it!
wedstarfish 8 (ru) wrote: Fifty Shades Of Black is obviously a parody of the rather successful but negatively received film "Fifty Shades Of Grey", along with the three books that the original film was based on. Honestly, this has to be one of the hardest films I have ever sat through. The film centers around a very complex and overall diffcult relationship between African American millionaire Christian Black and usually unnoticed Hannah Steele, mainly because Christian is into BDSM. The whole entire film is very racist, sexist, crude, uncomfortable, unfunny, and boring. I really expected Marlon Wayans to be rather funny and overall GOOD in this film, and at least be better than he was in his last production, "A Haunted House 2". But really, he's just the same: unfunny. And the real thing I'm worried about is that he actually thinks the stuff that he is doing and saying and portraying in these films are funny. But if you have seen his recent films, you can tell by now he's just not funny or interesting anymore. The film started off promising and of course stupid, but in a rather funny way. That was only the first 2 minutes. After that, I had to take off my headphones because some of the things they were saying were things I really didn't want to hear. Yeah, this film is that bad. It's so bad that I gave up watching at about 1 hour and 15 minutes into the film. If your expecting something rather funny and enjoyable, you won't get it here. This is defiantly the worst film that Waynes has ever been in. Hugely dissapointing, and unwatchable basically through the whole thing.