Man with the Funky Hat
Man with the Funky Hat, early Sonny Chiba and Kinji Fukasaku collaboration.
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Narae P (au) wrote: Neon Demon starts out great and looks beautiful throughout - then near the end falls flat.
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Lou L (es) wrote: $ellebrity is a documentary about paparazzi culture and its origins. The movie was produced and directed Kevin Mazur who is himself a celebrity photographer.Overall the movie is a fantastic effort that is slightly marred by some uneven moments. In one scene Mr. Mazur goes to an awkward length to show and tell us that he is not like the horrible stalking photographers that we've grown to hate. In other parts of the film the history of the paparazzi is woven into the story line in a slightly disjointed fashion which tends to be mildly distracting.However, beyond the minor quibbles, the movie succeeds magnificently. Intelligent perspectives are offered by Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock who is wonderfully compelling with his commentary.
Dane T (es) wrote: A run-of-the-mill path to glory sports comedy.
Chris M (br) wrote: don't watch if you want to not commit suicide
Tinie T (de) wrote: Mr. M. ErringtonNot one for Daily Mail readers, as Comedown expects you to view hoodies or chavs or whatever it is we're calling them these days as human beings that, when confronted with danger, appear to have a vulnerable side just like the rest of us. I saw this at Grimmfest 2012 and it was the second best 'Tower Block' film of the year (after Dredd) with some genuine jump out of your seat moments as a hooded killer stalks a group of teenagers around an abandoned block. Some early reviews have complained about a lack of sympathetic characters, and that seems to be based more on a class and generational bias than anything to do with the actual characters. The only two that are particularly unlikeable are Calum McNab and a surprisingly funny (in an obnoxious way) Adam Deacon, and while Duane Henry (The Dark Knight Rises) as the gentle giant of the group gives arguably the best performance in the film without saying too much, Jacob Anderson is very good as the one character with the most to lose and Jessica Barden is on top form, as ever.
Matt R (gb) wrote: An average adventure flick using the old plot device of a magic method of future telling. What the protagonist will do, and how will this new-found power alter his own fate, are questions that the movie answers in predictable but entertaining fashion. Moderately enjoyable, but not profound or moving in any real way, despite the James-Bond-type eye candy and toys that they throw at the viewer throughout the film.
Guido S (ca) wrote: While I am not a huge fan of the remade House on Huanted Hill, I felt this sequel was entirely unnecessary. The sister of one of the survivors of the previous film finds a notebook and gets kidnapped and taken to the house to find some treasure. However, instead of teh house having a bit of carnival ride/trickery, they instead bring back the ghosts of the asylum. Could be good, but they showed them too much that it took a lot of the charm the remake had in building an environment. It felt cheap and just didn't work.
The M (br) wrote: It's been in my stack of unseen films for a long time and I don't know why, but it took me a very long time before I finally watched it.Now I see it as if I've been missing out.Jenna Fischer's debut as a director is a spot on mockumentary about a married couple trying to make a differnce in society trough suckers wrapped in art.This is a Troma Production film, but don't expect the usual.There are no mutated gym cleaners or police officers dressed as kabuki vigilantes.This might be something for the fans of Christopher Guest's films.An extra 1/2 star for the acting.
Kerby H (de) wrote: I just didn't get it. Ben Kingsley was good but not that great, and the movie is so short that there's hardly any time for anything to happen. i don't like Jonathan Glazer's direction very much,
Hayden H (mx) wrote: inspiring and uncompromising and jjust so wonderful to watch every time
Carol Ann M (br) wrote: I love the Sacketts.. Tom & Sam are just so Manly...
David S (ca) wrote: A nice idea for a movie, and in places very well executed (the final wrestling match in the rain is beautifully done)but overall it falls down in places and doesn't quite come together. Terry Funk though is brilliant as "Frankie the Thumper".
Adrian M (it) wrote: Shaft beats slavery, and female circumcision, with his big stick.
Jon C (fr) wrote: an outstanding classic by Disneya simple slice of life of a boy and his dog with the rest of his family, tooYeller steals the movie in every sceneeven if you know the ending the majority of the film is done exceedingly-well with all the backgrounds, the feel-good family vibe, and the change from despising a stranger to loving onethere's both very happy and very, very sad moments but they mesh together just fine without feeling lopsidedthe older brother learns to become a man on his own watching his younger brother, his mother as well as the dog guiding him to make the most unbearable of decisions in lifeit's timeless indeed, just be sure to have a tissue or sleeve to wipe your eyes with after each viewing
Alex F (nl) wrote: Surprisingly good. Our femme fatale here was rather a psychopath.
Mike H (fr) wrote: As an early drama, this is a good effort, but as a Chaplin film, A Woman of Paris is excruciatingly slow, unfunny, and uneventful.
Rubens O (ru) wrote: O Discurso do Rei um filme timo. Consegue tratar da gagueira do Rei George VI e ainda deixar espao para dramas familiares, problemas polticos e a II Guerra Mundial, envolvendo todos os aspectos sociais e polticos da poca. A ambientao perfeita e vvida, dando quase para sufocar com a neblina carvo de Londres. Geoffrey Rush deu um show e conseguiu trazer alegria para essa histria de superao carregada de sentimentos fortes. Colin Firth fez por merecer o seu Oscar de Melhor Ator e Helena Bonham Carter , nossa eterna Bellatrix, atua com o olhar. Com certeza um filme para admirar.
Ryan C (gb) wrote: It will suddenly make you feel qualified to make a movie.
Anthony K (kr) wrote: Lethargic and poorly paced, I'm thinking this movie just hasn't aged very well(?) While Gus Van Sant clearly has something to say, the message gets lost in a haze of boredom - brought on by intentionally rambling long shots. There are a good five minutes where the camera rests statically on a small CRT TV showing Triumph of the Will. Seriously