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Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D
This program strives to give the viewer an impression of what it is like to actually be on the moon. It provides a romantic, inspirational depiction of the Apollo astronauts travels on the ...
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Eduardo R (de) wrote: The Normal Heart brings back the past successfully and it hits your heart very hard.
Michelle E (nl) wrote: I taped this from the Sundance Channel because I like at least 2 of the actors in it: Romain Duris (The Spanish Apartment, When the Cat's Away, etc.) and Guy Marchand (TV adaptation of Nestor Burma). But really there's not enough of a story to maintain interest. Sensitive man (Duris) moves home to live with his brother and father (Marchand) in their apartment and can't be bothered to do much more than mope. Meanwhile, his brother manages to sleep with 3 women in one day, 2 of them complete strangers. Even for a French movie, this is de trop.Perhaps I'm just bitter that I had to rely on the subtitles more than I am used to. Which was my primary reason for searching out French films on Sundance and IFC to begin with. Feh.
Daniel M (nl) wrote: Wow. This movie really surprised me. Based on the reviews I was expecting it to be dreadful, but it was a pleasant surprise to say the least. Joe Pesci in his most unique role yet delivers a powerhouse performance alongside Brendan Fraser. The plot is unique, and quite interesting. A must-see drama film especially for Pesci fans.
Alex V (it) wrote: I love these powerful tales of the hardship of California hoods. It's just such a strongly acted and made film.
Simon N (ag) wrote: good story line, action love story right ingredents
Kyle D (au) wrote: Narrarator Orson Welles puts it best when he says "It is a color film...which I am not in."Funny. Clever. Quotable.All things that make up a good comedy are included."Later That Night, 1789..."
Jacob B (br) wrote: Ratatouille. Brad Bird's love letter to France and the delicacies they have there. Ratatouille is a pretty great movie to be honest. Patton Oswalt is perfect for the role of Remy especially seeing how Remy's more famous than him nowadays (I did like his Netlix stand-up comedy Talking for Clapping though). The animation, like any Pixar film, is great. The film offers a more lighthearted outing from Bird in case parents think The Incredibles would've been a bit too nuts for their children. However, the thing I liked the most is the presence of the mouth-watering dishes in the film including a variation of the titular dish in the final act. A Pixar film that's funny as well as boasting an unlikely hero that teaches kids "anyone can cook" regardless of whether they're human or not (shame it's just a cartoon and animals probably can't do so due to their lack of thumbs, ah well).
Nathaniel L (us) wrote: I wouldn't say this is Lloyd's best (I think Safety Last and the Freshman are better), but it is still a successful comedic venture. The scenes of 1920's New York City (and Coney Island particularly) are wonderfully fascinating.