A sad man meets a beautiful, secretive woman who may or may not be involved in some conspiracy ring dealing in kidnapped women used as prostitutes. After several days of their sadly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A sad man meets a beautiful, secretive woman who may or may not be involved in some conspiracy ring dealing in kidnapped women used as prostitutes. After several days of their sadly ...
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Franck B (jp) wrote: "Avez-vous deja rever de tirer sur quelqu'un?"
Cheryl L (gb) wrote: Prefer the first movie but still a great feel-good movie.
Bill T (fr) wrote: Just OK continuation of the Riddick story between Pitch Black and the Chronicles of Riddick. It doesn't help that I'm not a fan of anime...
Rahul N (ag) wrote: Rituparno Ghosh's Best Work- Poetry on celluloid. Incredible Soundtrack. Must WATCH.
William T (gb) wrote: "Everything is illuminated" is a powerful and emotional journey into the past and the way it shapes the present.
Michael P (es) wrote: This sequel SUCKS! (as most do)
Robert H (mx) wrote: Directed by James Mangold (COPLAND, THE WOLVERINE) and starring Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie, GIRL INTERRUPTED is the adaptation of Susanna Kaysen's memoir about her time spent in Claymoore for attempted suicide. While I do feel like it is a good film, if a little unspectacular or by-the-numbers, I've never liked Winona Ryder that much. She acquits herself nicely here, but her character is rather vanilla and bland, especially compared to the colorful cast of characters she meets while institutionalized. The most interesting (and most developed) of these is Lisa, played by Angelina Jolie. While she might be better known as a movie star than as a serious actress these days, this performance came before all of that and, in my opinion, is one of her best. In fact, she gives the best performance in the entire film. In terms of thematic content, there are a lot of things said about insanity and mental health. Also, given the time period of 1967-1968, one could infer commentary on the state of America's mental institutions, especially as they applied to women. There's also some subtle commentary on the Vietnam War, although not to a great extent since that wasn't the main focus of the story. Whatever thematic goals the film may have had, however, pale in comparison to the character work and ensemble cast. As a portrait of life in a mental institution during the late 60's, I thought it was very effective, humorous and occasionally poignant. Brittany Murphy also had a small role as a character who is involved with one of the film's more serious moments. There are a couple more things that I thought about while watching this, one of them amusing and the other quite tragic. The first is a part of the film when Lisa and Susanna escape with the intention of going to Florida and getting jobs at the newly established Disney World. Lisa wants to be Cinderella, which is kind of funny considering that just last year Angelina Jolie played Maleficent for Disney. Not quite the same, but still interesting. The other, and which is a bit of a spoiler, is that Brittany Murphy would eventually meet a tragic end like her character in this film. Anyway, this wasn't some brilliant expose of mental institutions but it did function especially well as a character study. Winona Ryder's character was a bit bland, but only because she was completely upstaged by everyone around her. Recommended, but mostly for Angelina Jolie's performance.
Pantea P (au) wrote: Beautiful movie and had a really nice story !
Laara C (kr) wrote: The movie is just like another Secret Window or Hide n Seek. Except its a kid who has eye problems. It doesn't seem bad when you're watching it on midnight on television.
Tiago G (au) wrote: Classic film with two classy gentleman on the spotlight, it touches on a hard subject with humour and charm and leaves you with a smile for the next hours to come, not only because of the great performances but due to the steller scrip.
Alicia T (fr) wrote: you should watch this film for just the lightbulb scene ...it's hilarious* *she's so black she can't be seen in the dark
Maggie C (us) wrote: An important step for religion in film. It definitely makes specific moves Christian filmmakers have been needing to make. Some unnecessary budget stretches (the billboard scene and animated rabbit), that cheapened the film and took me out of it--there are smarter ways to do low budget. Excited to see how this influences future spiritual films, though.
Connor20 T (us) wrote: It was a decent movie if you want something to watch but it's nothing memorable.
Nicola W (es) wrote: This was quite good but the narrator was a bit annoying and I got confused when he was talking to himself. Maggie Smith is brilliant.