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Natasha W (us) wrote: I love this movie and children enjoy watching Tinker Bell.
Courtney J (nl) wrote: I really don't know what else to say here besides, "Meh. It was okay."
FilmGrinder S (ru) wrote: 82%Bad blood is a hard thing to let go. Realistic enough for those who like their movies grounded. The end might upset those who are blood thirsty.
Jonny P (au) wrote: "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron" is an entirely unique animated film from Dreamworks. It is like a cross between "Black Beauty" and "Bambi." The story takes us through the displacement of the Native Americans during the westward expansion of the Transcontinental Railroad but they didn't try to compete with Disney by creating an inevitability inferior musical featuring anthropomorphic animals. Instead, they went for realism by limiting the dialogue to human characters and incorporating real horse sound effects. These horses display an incredible array of expression without dialogue and Matt Damon's occasional narration of Spirit's thoughts is just enough to make the plot clear. The score is vital to defining the characters' emotions and it becomes a story told through the music of Hans Zimmer. They also tried to steal a page out of Disney's "Tarzan" by populating the film with pop songs by Bryan Adams overtop of the various montages (though only playing half of each song). It isn't quite as successful as "Tarzan" and "Brother Bear," but that is probably because they didn't have Phil Collins. The main draw of this film is its visual beauty for which it received an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature. Films like "Frozen" and "Zootopia" are visual masterpieces but there really is no comparison to the craft of traditional hand drawn animation. This film combines digital and traditional animation to get the best of both worlds, but the traditional is what stands out to us. "Spirit" doesn't have the most complex or unpredictable story but it serves as a piece of visual artwork that can be enjoyed by all ages.
Grant H (ag) wrote: Really good movie. Very funny, with a great performance from Gosselaar.
Crystal E (nl) wrote: I always loved this movie and after watching a good bit of the show "Lie to Me" I felt compelled to rewatch it. I still love it. Odd, quirky and very independent film style.
Anna B (us) wrote: Has periods and moments of greatness, but is consistently let down by several weak elements, like the asinine breaking of the fourth wall and Billy Zane, who I'm not violently opposed to, but whose presence here seems completely out of place and actively lowers the tone and one's estimation of Orlando the character. The first two acts are really good, especially Swinton's performance (when she's not looking at the camera) but it doesn't manage to pull off the ending.
Alex K (mx) wrote: I Like Anthony Hopkins.
Van R (ag) wrote: The second Robert Wise movie about boxing, SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME followed his earlier movie THE SET-UP. SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME is a biography of the hard knocks of life that boxer Rocky Graziano rebounded from to become a media celebrity in the ring. Paul Newman steps outside of his usual easy going demeanor to play Rocky as a tough guy who got a lot of bad breaks before things got better for him. Okay, it is a formulaic biography with all the right elements and some contrivances to boot, but Wise directs it well and he benefits from a strong cast, especially McQueen in a pre "Blob" role as a juvenile delinquent. Rocky really had a terrible upbringing and a mean-spirited dad (Harold J. Stone at his meanest), but he manages to hold on long enough to win in the end. Great black & white photography and the shots of New York with the bridges looming up in the distance over the tops of the tenements is evocative. Pier Angeli, Everett Sloane, Sal Mineo and Eileen Herckart round out a solid cast. There are is inevitable scene where Rocky has to refuse taking a dive. He winds up behind bars early on as a rebellious youth. Definitely worth watching.
Carlos M (de) wrote: A visually wonderful animation made with gorgeous colors and a simple design in watercolor like the style of Chinese painting, and in addition to a great score it finds a most delicate balance between refreshing humor and themes like war, honor and the bravery of women.
DeMarkus H (it) wrote: Cinematic excellence
Nancy S (ca) wrote: cool love story. awesome trip to greece.
Belal S (gb) wrote: One of my favourite movies of all time ...