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Anger rages in Philip as he awaits the publication of his second novel. He feels pushed out of his adopted home city by the constant crowds and noise, a deteriorating relationship with his ...

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Ana A (kr)

. . among the mysteries of human psychology. . . A very touching story


Brian B (us)

I think that this is an outstanding movie which you should see. Once you know its plot, it will keep you in awe. So in conclusion, I think that this movie is amazing. I'm just giving these as suggestions. If you don't like them or still prefer Nolan's movies though then that's fine. If you enjoy Nolan then you should check these out too. Some of these are really famous like Fight Club but the audience usually tends to say that Nolan does the best job with movies of this genre. I think Nolan is a great director but I don't like how most people ignore other movies with elaborate plots. If you're a fan of Nolan then you should check these movies out too. Examples of other great movies with elaborate plot include this film, The Usual Suspects, Fight Club, Being John Malkovich, The Tree of Life, Primer, Mulholland Drive, Twelve Monkeys, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Shutter Island. One last thing I want to talk about is that usually when people talk about great mind-bending movies, Christopher Nolan is usually brought up the most but I feel that people need to focus on other movies too. All the other actors did a great job too but Gyllenhaal did the best job. The fact that Donnie Darko's character is brutally honest, troubled, and confused makes him an easy character to sympathize with. He is able to convey several emotions and draw us in very well. Jake Gyllenhaal clearly steals the show giving a mesmerizing performance. It is truly well-done. But after re-watching it and looking up a few theories, I was able to get it and I was astonished by how much effort went into it. I didn't have much trouble understanding the film throughout its entirety but the ending did confuse me. This movie is made great due to its elaborate plot which was clearly well-thought out by the director. Frank then urges him to perform different dangerous tasks in the days leading up to the calamity. Donnie Darko, a high school student, is visited by a large bunny named Frank that tells him the world is going to end in 28 days. It's a great debut film by Richard Kelly. This is an elaborate and well-thought out movie which is very well-done


Cassie H (de)

Very good romance :)


Charles M (au)

A fascinating story well done!


George L (mx)

A must see for Superman fans


Jonathan S (gb)

Hey first world story tellers, please stop thinking your views on life and humanity are important lessons to be heard. It even has has-been actors playing has-been characters. Probably the only amount of emotion in this film. There is however one scene where the dog plays with a child in slow motion. The dog plays no role in this film but to push you out of one story and into the next. Just enough to signify the title of the movie. Oh yeah There is a dog in it too. Crude and ridiculous humour on top and a side of depressing stories with dark characters so it shows realism. Dead pan acting set to maximum for ultimate effect. This is what pretentious fop would taste like


Joshua P (br)

It felt like 7 hours


Morad A (kr)

Fantastic movie, Chilling to watch


mrs f (ru)

He looks so hot in eye makeup!


Nate Z (au)

ate's Grade: D. You might want to reconsider your friendship with these people too, especially if they also use the word "manifesto. The scariest part is that some people will actually think this is good. Generally, I just worry that the world will have to suffer more abuse from further appearances by Bill, the world's most irritating psychopath who loves to hear himself talk. I worry that the promise of "Capital Punishment" inherent in the title will really just lead to a third Rampage film with this promise actually, finally, followed through. I worry that Boll will continue to insert Bill into new settings, have him round up some innocent people, and then we'll watch him sputter for an hour about whatever cultural and political misdeeds are currently bugging Boll. He's a mouth and a trigger finger, and that's all Bill is, in no compelling manner. He's not an anti-hero, he's not a revolutionary, he's not even an engaging character by any generous metric and that's because he's just a stand-in for tedious ideology. I fear Boll thinks that there is a level of audience attachment to his spree killer that simply doesn't exist. You decide if this is some sort of meta commentary on Boll and his penchant for rolling with the punches. He's thrilled with the ratings and attention the station is getting. The one amusing aspect from casting is that Boll himself plays Chip's advantageous and morally unscrupulous news director. His long speech to the camera as a news anchor is tiresome, circuitous philosophical vomit, which also summarizes most of the dialogue. He seems like he's constantly judging what he should be doing in every scene; perhaps that's a beneficial sign of his performance since his man is playing it on the fly in a hostage situation. Munro (Scary Movie) feels like he just got the call minutes before filming. He's effectively peeved but he still doesn't come across as that threatening a screen presence, which is saying something considered he's carrying high-powered assault weapons. Jason) returns to the completely underwritten role of Bill, more uncontrollable mouthpiece than anything resembling a person. Wasn't that worth spending valuable time on?Fletcher (Freddy vs. "Always have a duplicate," he says. Lo and behold, he does have an additional DVD copy. "He will not shoot you, trust me," he says, unhelpfully. "I'm sure he's got another one," a SWAT officer says. The movie literally spends almost eight minutes on this subject, like it's a great uptick in suspense. At one point, Chip accidentally breaks the DVD Bill demanded be broadcast. Even at a little over 85 minutes, the film feels laboriously padded out and stretched thin. Instead, most of the film is a series of ugly vignettes of Bill terrorizing the frightened station employees by gunpoint, demanding his interview and an airing of his nihilistic rhetoric. It seems like the next step on Boll's populist journey. " Before viewing, I assumed that Rampage 2 was going to be a combination of the first film and Boll's nearly good Assault on Wall Street, bringing a populist fury to the lawmakers in Washington. , especially when the local gas stations are for "Canada Petrol. C. No government building, no government officials, nothing even remotely related to Washington D. That's it. The entire plot revolves around Bill holding a TV station hostage. Oh how wrong those 99 people would be (the 100th was just dumb luck, so don't get too smug). and would be directed at elected officials. C. When you see a masked gunman standing next to a burning Capital building and the title proclaims "Capital Punishment," I think 99 out of 100 people would correctly assume the majority of the action takes place in D. Let's talk about the bait and switch nature of the movie's title as well as the DVD cover advertising. If there is a cogent message it flies completely under the radar and gets lost in all the rambling rhetoric and macho posturing. It's angry and nihilistic but without anything to add. At least Ben's violence is channeled to a single source rather than unleashing it against the denizens of an entire town, but his message is a messy shotgun blast of social ills. Every victim that Ben shoots has to be given a tighter slow-mo shot so we can better soak up the squib hit of his or her chest exploding with blood. The sequel doesn't make much progress. One of my major criticisms with Boll's first Rampage was that it was too limited and without providing any relevant commentary to go with its violence. It's like the guy who yells on the street corner just got a bigger stage but his act is the same. Sadly, that's what a good majority of the film ends up being: listening to this guy endlessly complain. I got bored listening to him. " I cannot believe this guy has the number of online devotee he has because he's not charismatic, he's not articulate, and he's definitely not insightful. The reality is every war is about money, and the stupid people must die because the elite decided it. He declares that, "You think the Civil War happened to free the slaves and billionaire Spielberg makes you dumber. Want one more example of just how incoherently rambling Bill's diatribes are? Amongst his targets is the 2012 film Lincoln and Steven Spielberg himself (really!). Huh? It's not like this character was going to have any semblance of a moral high ground considering he's coming off a spree killing with over 100 victims in his wake, but it makes any political points he may attempt null and void. He shoots this woman just because she does yoga. Then he shoots her. It is gymnastics for the egocentric," he argues. "Yoga is not good for the world. He demands she perform some yoga poses at gunpoint. He asks if she does yoga and she nods her head. One of his hostages is quivering in yoga pants. Here's an example of the overall aimlessness of Bill's indignation. Chances are if anyone in your life refers to something they wrote, un-ironically, as a "manifesto," get a new friend pronto. It's easy to tune this guy out because he sounds no more particularly articulate than any other person who legitimately uses the word "manifesto" in daily life. He's all sputtering outrage without a filter and direction, without honing his fury. This is the problem with Bill as a character and his ongoing rampages. I do find Bill's moral championing of stricter gun control laws to be somewhat comically disingenuous. Bill is no different than your garden-variety college freshman that thinks they have suddenly come across amazing psychic insights into the rotten core of humanity after one political science class. It's not that these topics are beyond scrutinizing or that Bill might have some legitimate points as he's skipping around from subject to subject, but he's too scatterbrained, inarticulate, and just a poor mouthpiece for the revolution he wants to inspire. Topics include the NSA and spying, the war in Iraq, Bush's status as a war criminal, oil companies, drone strikes, Edward Snowden, Obamacare, the media, reality TV, global warming, Wall Street, and just about every other political target you can think of from an angry reactionary with a healthy sense of outrage. It's a formless diatribe against all the world's evils. Rampage 2: Capital Punishment is an exercise in testing your patience with its aimless nihilism. You can guess already whether it's worth the fuss. He insists his message must be heard. He storms a TV news station, rounds u a number of hostages after murdered an equal number, and appoints egotistical anchor Chip (Lochlyn Munro) as his go-between with the police. Years after his murderous spree in a small town, Bill (Brendan Fletcher) is back with another "important" message to deliver to the masses. A sequel to an intellectually empty and violent film minus meaningful subtext or commentary was not exactly what I would have requested. I found Rampage to be a rather empty exercise in shock violence that grew tedious and misguided as it continued. " Despite tracking Boll from the beginning, I could not count myself amongst their numbers. Rampage was one of the better-received films from director Uwe Boll, with several critics and members of the public declaring it his best work, something that could actually be qualified as "good