Le petit amour
Mary-Jane asks, "Do all women fall in love with a boy, or just those without sons?" She's divorced with two daughters, Lucy and Loulou. Lucy has a party where Mary-Jane notices Julien, 14, ...
- Director:Agnès Varda,
- Writer:Jane Birkin (story), Agnès Varda
Mary-Jane asks| "Do all women fall in love with a boy| or just those without sons?" She's divorced with two daughters| Lucy and Loulou. Lucy has a party where
Mary-Jane notices Julien| 14| small and brassy| but she sees a sensitive side. She contrives to spend time with him and lets him know she's available to him. He's on
the cusp between child and man| alternating between playing a video game| Kung Fu Master| where he tries to rescue Sylvie| and joining friends in bluff talk about
sexual exploits. As Lucy realizes what is happening| she's repulsed| but Mary-Jane| encouraged by her own mother| carries on. Is it love or jealousy of lost youth?
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(au) wrote: Dokumenter yang sangat menarik mengenai "war over ideas" dengan internet sebagai "battleground"-nya. Film ini menantang para penonton untuk berpikir kembali tentang masalah hak cipta di era informasi, dimana sebuah proses kreatif menjadi "kaku" dan ironisnya pada awalnya hukum hak cipta diberlakukan untuk mendorong kreativitas itu sendiri. Brett Gaylor sang sutradara menghadirkan berbagai macam topik diantaranya, wilayah publik yang "tidak sehat" dan hak kekayaan intelektual (HKI). Satu hal yang menarik, produksi film ini merupakan cerminan dari isinya. Karena Gaylor telah meminta ratusan orang untuk mengumpulkan rekaman film yang ada untuk membuat mashup film sendiri. Pada akhir film, ia mengumumkan bahwa RiP adalah sebuah film dokumenter open source dan dia mendorong orang lain untuk mengambil film dan memodifikasi sesuai dengan keinginan mereka sendiri.Mudah-mudahan, teknologi informasi terus berkembang dan lebih banyak orang melihat film ini, dengan begitu akan menjadi semakin jelas bahwa sesuatu perlu dilakukan untuk membuka dan menjamin kebebasan berekspresi bagi semua.
(de) wrote: Van Damme delivers. An interesting movie giving the inside view on the day in the life of a celebrity in hard times who is thrust into an extraordinary situation. Well worth the watch.
(ag) wrote: Better than sequels Scream 2, X-Men 2, Spider-Man 2, The Empire Strikes Back, and as good as sequels Terminator 2 and The Godfather Part II, Saw II is a very fascinating example of a sequel. I'm not a Saw franchise fan, having basically departed the series after the fourth film, the degree of gore just becoming too much; however, both the original James Wan classic and the immediate sequel are films I have always respected, and enjoyed. Darren Bousman's film is actually the superior of the two, lacking the potential boredom and dullness of the first. Note I say potential, because Saw is still a great film, having done more for the horror genre than Wes Craven's iconic Scream (I would also posit that Saw and Saw II are superior to any of the Elm Street films). To get to specifics, about why I think Saw II is an incredible work of art, the visual spectrum of the film is all of attractive, appropriate and memorable. The lighting of dark mixed with intense vibrancy has stood the test of time, being more appealing and soothing than most of todays Marvel Studios films. The house Jigsaw uses and the derelict warehouse he faces off against Detective Matthews in are both symmetrical yet opposites - one is light and the other is dark, and the showing of either is structured, aimed to fulfil the human psyche. Relative to its own series, the element of interest with Saw II, both with respect to visuals and story, is its difference due to similarity: Saw II is the same as the later sequels, yet is far superior for that precise reason. The house occupants, lead by Shawnee Smith's Amanda, feel like a much more meaningful set of characters than those of later Saw films, essentially able to inspire the relevant ideas of reality in the viewer's mind. Human compassion. Lifestyle difference. Cultural clash. Franky G, Emmanuelle Vaugier, and Glenn Plummer are amongst a house of people who represent the truth of exact identity; who is a person, relative to other people? Juxtaposing the events of the house, Eric Matthews needs Jigsaw too. His race against time to save his son is executed brilliantly, the momentum as good as momentum's portrayal in so many other films known to be classics. The dialogue and character interactions make the film, but they do more: they represent greatness outside the arena of filmmaking, able to comfort the viewer irrespective of time and circumstance. Donnie Wahlberg is probably the best protagonist of the Saw series, his own interactions with Dina Meyer's Allison Kerry (another great character of the franchise) are a cool example of life's condition - seriously, even after ten years the conversations between Kerry and Matthews are more fulfilling to watch than any interactions in most superhero films, or contemporary action blockbusters. Saw II is the distillation of sinister and intelligence; hope and hopelessness. It comes across as stylistic as all the other Saw entries, but is somehow just not one with the rest, distinctly balanced in the use of fantastic and normal. Saw II is a true identity of classic cinema - twenty years from now, it'll have once again stood the test of time.
(au) wrote: daddy day care is a funny exciting movie that i will most definately expose to my 6 year old brother. this movie even interest me, a teenager
(us) wrote: They needed somebody to want to star, and since Tim Allen whores himself off anyways, there you go.
(nl) wrote: Doesn't seem interesting.
(fr) wrote: An unnecessary but somewhat intriguing semi-prequel, Psycho IV: The Beginning explores the backstory of Norman Bates. While discussing mother killers, the host of a radio show gets the call of her life when Norman Bates calls in to give her an insider's perspective, and to reveal that he will kill again. A lot of the backstories seem contrived, but the present day story is quite interesting. And while overall the acting isn't that good, Anthony Perkins once again gives a captivating performance. Despite its weaknesses, Psycho IV: The Beginning delivers a solid thriller and a climatic conclusion to the saga.
(ru) wrote: Another Ken Russell excess. Great.