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Andy T (es) wrote: With a simple premise involving complex characters and an absorbing story, Hell Or High Water has the performances, script, and direction to thank in a fascinating crime drama that contains the appropriate combination of action and character development.
Karen H (kr) wrote: How one song saved the world. Well done.
Daniel P (us) wrote: Well, I mean, the title just sold me.
Melanie G (mx) wrote: Wonderful movie but rather sad.
Lorna H (mx) wrote: not the best, but quite sweet.
Jey A (de) wrote: Oh no! Not industry!! 0_0 God help us!
Tq A (mx) wrote: I'm not thrilled about Godard's piece (I despise it even...and yes I do realize that he's considered something of a film god) but enjoy in differing degrees all the other segments. It's lovely to hear Leontyne Price as the voice behind many of the scenes, including the "Liebestod" inspired segment (from Wagner's TRISTAN UND ISOLDE) which is one of my favorites. For now, I won't go into the segments I like. ***** In Godard's cinematic revisioning of Lully's opera ARMIDE, the stawart Christian knights become silent weightlifters and the sorceress Armide is made nubile, unclad, oh so eager, and very very frustrated. Not at all how one would imagine a woman of power. Armide has a sister or a similarly nubile alter-ego who's equally unclad and desperate. I honestly cannot tell them apart, or even if the actresses are twins. Not quite in the spirit of Lully's work, I think. Much too flattering to the male ego, this Armide+1. The role of Renaud does not exist in Godard's interpretation--or rather he exists as a male archetype and is represented by all of the heavy-lifting 'crusaders' who are captive only to the refinement of their bodies while completely oblivious to the charms of Armide+friend...poor things.
Art S (ru) wrote: Sixty years later it is hard not to think of VD when watching La Ronde and that's a shame. Ophuls' puckish wink at sexual mores in 1900 Vienna deserves to be the light-hearted ride on the merry-go-round it was designed to be. Anton Walbrook is our guide, exercising a magical influence on events, as we follow the romantic urge from person to person around the circle (and along the many tracking shots, an Ophuls trademark). A few Freudian slips are left dangling and on more than one occasion the carousel breaks down. Fortunately, not for long. A wonderful exercise in style, but Ophuls would later top this one...
Leo K (es) wrote: It is stories like this that show you how fucked up humans have treated each other for thousands of years. It's only recently we have created the concept of 'human rights'. I very much recommend this movie. A++
Zach M (kr) wrote: This was not an overly funny film from Set MacFarlane. Charlize Theron is still stunning but her talent isn't enough to save this film.Did like that Ewan McGregor and Ryan Reynolds have tiny parts.
Ian P (de) wrote: Sanctum is a thriller adventure and survival movie about a group of explorers who goes to Papua New Guinea to discover unexplored cave systems and then an accident happens. This movie will surely made you ask about choices and judgement that is between hanging life and death. It will ask your morals on which is to choose and which is not. Actually, Sanctum, the title itself means free from intrusion. In this movie, Sanctum feels like how to be free from guilt of one's judgement and choices. I wish this movie would have a more resolve ending. It ended with an emotional drama because of tragedy yet it failed to be a compelling movie. It also didn't show a climax that will be memorable like putting a solution to the problems that occurred or do a rescue mission to have it ended with a good story. Yet it just simply ended plainly as a one-man survival movie.