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Spencer K (fr) wrote: De Palma is strictly for the fans. What we get here is the man himself sitting in front of a camera for about two hours just talking about his life and his films. I'll say this right now, if you're not a fan of him, you need not apply for this one. De Palma is definitely an interesting man and has some really fascinating things to say about his filmography. He delves deep into the strategies of making his films and the stories he's collected over the years from his films. Fans of De Palma and fans of filmmaking should most definitely check it out.
Jorge O (gb) wrote: This movie was pretty waked. Las primeras dos muy buenas pero ya aki la cagaron. Y la cancion alfinal de la pelicula, nada que ver.
Rogerinho S (ca) wrote: Fell flat with the only redeeming feature for me the supposed mass murdering Pole living next door to the mother. Otherwise the main characters were generally monosyllabic losers in life with very little chemistry. Emma Thompson may be elegant endearing and Dustin Hoffman may be Dustin Hoffman, but there wasn,t much for them to do here. I got their sadness, and I got how they found solace in each other, but there was nothing happening here, not in the plot, not in the dialogue, and not in the clich (C),s of an 86 year old being crass, or a couple of adults having to sit at a kids table. Bah.
Frances H (gb) wrote: Cute little romcom, but the main selling point is Colin Firth (sigh).
Lisa H (ru) wrote: This is not a perfect movie, but it is a powerful one. Chris Eyre succeeded in making a movie that transcends cultures but happens to be set in Native America. It's about conquering despair and loving your family even when they're breaking your heart. There's plenty of humor to even out the tragedy, and an ending in which I would have gladly joined. Eric Schweig and Graham Green are superb.
Charlie E (it) wrote: Good love story in some ways.
Spencer S (us) wrote: Director Todd Solondz makes independent black comedies that will make your skin crawl and your belly heave with laughter. He easily blends the horrible nature of humanity with its own absurdity, best evidenced by this film. Heather Matarazzo plays Dawn Wiener, an unloved, bullied, tactless middle school aged girl who tries to find attention from her brother's bandmate, become popular in the eyes of her classmates, and be free of her mother's constricting gaze. What remains great about this film, even twenty years later, is its unabashed, true portrayal of what it is to be an ugly duckling in a world of swans. Every character is well represented, realistic, and unpalatable in their own way: The misunderstood bully speaks in extremes, the mother is borderline abusive in her treatment of her least favorite child, the brother can only see what's important to him and not others' feelings, and the little daughter reaps the rewards of her mother's favoritism. This is a film of extremes, but it isn't completely absurdist, and there's much to love because of that.
Sharice H (es) wrote: It's actually funny.
Kimi D (ru) wrote: Great film...eerie and very dream-like.
Justin R (ag) wrote: A descent pirate adventure with the buccaneer on the rum himself, Captain Henry Morgan
sarah b (kr) wrote: I (TM) monster high