Looking for Richard

Looking for Richard

Al Pacino's deeply-felt rumination on Shakespeare's significance and relevance to the modern world through interviews and an in-depth analysis of "Richard III."

Al Pacino's deeply-felt rumination on Shakespeare's significance and relevance to the modern world through interviews and an in-depth analysis of "Richard III." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Brian B (ag) wrote: Great movie with insight into the world of lobbying in Washington DC....it's a dirty business

Ciara B (ru) wrote: Not really scary, just a little gory. Pretty good.

Tommy D (br) wrote: Romantic and heartwarming, Walk the Line tells the story of the great Jonny Cash and his wife June Carter brilliantly, managing to give the audience strong emotions, thanks to amazing performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon.

Daniel H (kr) wrote: Nothing new, storyline was predictable at times the only good thing was watching that fuckin gorgeous Claire Forlani!

Andy S (kr) wrote: Directed by and starring one of my favourite actors... Mr Lundgren!There's lots of action, lots of blood and even a half decent storyline too oh and lots.... LOTS of hard faced pouting going on!! lol!Really good tho, enjoyed this one, decent'ish budget too.

Jesse O (ca) wrote: I needed this movie, especially after the previous movie I watched. It was called Before All Others and it's one of those horrible, preachy religious films (not my choice) that I wouldn't have been caught dead watching. I just needed something stupid to wash the filth off of that horrible movie. But I digress, a lot of people have phobias, it's one of those things that make us unmistakably human. For example, I fear airplanes, I wouldn't necessarily call it a phobia, as I don't feel like crying when I see an airplane on TV, for example. I've seen people whose phobia is to the point where they can't even see that specific thing on films or whatever. Sometimes they even cry when they see it. I'm not saying that to mock these people, it's just a statement of fact. That's how bad some phobias are to some people. If you were to take a sample size of 1500 and asked them to compile a list of their phobias, I'm sure a lot of those lists would include clowns as one of their main phobias. I had a friend in school that was terrified of clowns. I did some research on Wikipedia as to this phobia, but the review will last forever if I talk about that, so let's just move on. While I get it, at the same time I don't. This brings us to this film, which was, quite honestly, a little stupid. And I mean that in the most complimentary way possible, as that is what it was intended to be, just a silly horror-comedy that you can laugh at and with. Let's just get the negatives out of the way first, the movie isn't as consistently cheesy as I would have hoped. It's not that it's better than I expected, it's about the level I would have anticipated. There's some really funny gags early on in the film. Like, for example, the balloon dog that helps the clowns track our protagonists after they run away from the clowns' circus tent spaceship. That scene was, honestly, hilarious to me. Perhaps because I wasn't expecting it, but it legitimately made me laugh. I can't say that the rest of the film did much of that. I mean, I did laugh at some of the goofiness and the craptacular acting, but it was nothing like the balloon dog. That's the main problem, to me, with the movie. It just peaks too early. Don't get me wrong, I didn't think the movie was bad, it was average at best, but I felt that the consistency wasn't there for it to make this a good movie. That's not to say that there isn't some enjoyment to be had here. If you're looking for something that's downright goofy, something that you don't need to use your brain much for. If you can find a group of your horror geek friends to watch this with, then this movie is even better. It might not be because you all thought the film was great, but at least you'd have some fun watching this. One of the more genuinely surprising things about this movie is the fact that, really, it had very little of the way of gore. There's this scene where one of the clowns, literally, punches this dude's head clean off and it lands in a nearby trashcan. It's a really quick scene and it isn't even that gruesome. The rest of the film had some minor blood, like really minor. So, if I'm being honest, I have to applaud the film for managing to get by without much gore. Did they need it? I don't know, I think it might have helped with some of the sillier aspects of the film. But the clowns, mostly, just go around turning people into cotton candy cocoons that they then drink or something, with a silly straw of course. Like you can do much more with the clowns if they were actually more violent, but that's not the movie they wanted to make. And it's not my decision, since it wasn't my movie. With that said, while I had issues with the movie in terms of its consistency, I still thought this was a decent horror comedy. It might not be the best you will ever see, but you can still get some enjoyment from this film's absurdity. It's on Amazon Prime, if you're subscribed and interested in this. This is a must-watch if you've just seen a horrible and preachy religious film. Might not be a great, or even good movie, but this is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Andres S (it) wrote: The horror... The horror...

Caner T (nl) wrote: A harsh portrait of Turkey, its people and its authorities, shown through the st...(read more...)ories of five prisoners given a week's home leave, and the problems they encounter in adjusting to the world outside.

Steve G (ag) wrote: Lewis can be very annoying. And Martin isn't as impressive to me as he is to some. But still, it's a good combo deal. And James Dean! Not a bad flick. Just utterly meaningless.

chris t (it) wrote: "I know one thing: unless these pills work, space travel isn't going to be popular."


Donald W (mx) wrote: This is the second Marx Brothers movie. It's better made than the first Marx Brother movie and has some of the best Groucho one liners. It's basically a stage play put on film. It's part musical part comedy. It's chaotic with a simple story. It also introduced the song that became Groucho Marx's theme song. Although I'd heard the jokes before I didn't see the movie until I bought the DVD.

Tyler R (fr) wrote: It was decent. The plot was interesting and it had a interesting set of characters. Kevin hart was funny but he was really the only one. I laughed a couple times but none of the supporting cast was anywhere as funny.

Cliff M (ru) wrote: If Marvel ever need a Dr Doom, John Malkovich's superior, self serving egomaniac character would fit the bill perfectly. Good action movie.