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Amy W (br) wrote: Hysterically stupid!
Kseniya F (ca) wrote: Shake your hair girl with your ponytailTake me right back when you were young
Phil P (br) wrote: Well... Aside from the impossible pick axe throwing contraptions with the endless supply of axes it wasn't a bad movie.
Spencer S (nl) wrote: Small as the subject, Little Voice is about sensational talents of a timid woman without regard for herself or her life. Maybe that too is insensitive, because the character of Little Voice is always being imposed upon by her mother, played by the hard to understand but phenomenally talented Brenda Blethyn. The film is anything but understated, forcing mixed metaphors down our throat, all to the tune of a Judy Garland song whaling in the background. It's more than about hidden talent or the forces of the world trying to take advantage of it. It's about love, showing it any way you can, even if it is for the dead, and even if that may be by singing your heart out in their memory. Little Voice sings for her father, and isn't so much encouraged as forced to sing by her mother and her mother's skeevy acquaintance Ray Say, a manager for a shabby nightclub downtown called Mr. Boo's. Besides being a grand idea trapped in the small world of an English village, it's also about the beautiful qualties imbibed within many people who walk past us every day. Little Voice is small, soft spoken, and uninterested in the real world, or trying to get past her saddening situation of isolation and naivete. The antics of her mother are quite hard to watch as she bellows and moans her way into another bout of loneliness. Michael Caine is sensational as always as Ray Say, a contentious man who seduces Little Voice into a one night gig and then takes advantage by selling her outright. Jane Horrocks, who would go on to be a great character actress featured in director Mike Leigh's productions, is a force to be reckoned with, as she straddles the line between temptress and mousy invalid. She blows us away with her stunning singing and spot on impersonations The romantic interest, played in a small role by Ewan McGregor, wasn't a strong influence on the main character, but he was a cute addage, a part of the plot that may not have been needed, but showed insight into what Little Voice really wanted. Certainly watch because of the sensational singing, but stay for the family dysfunction.
Ryan G (au) wrote: Ok, the end is far fetched.
Maryamm M (jp) wrote: I loved this movie too. Anything with a Sutherland in it, i will attempt to see, except 24
Mike N (us) wrote: good direction and moments of good performances..not much else to recommend it for.
JH K (ag) wrote: La vi en el cine, yes, voluntariamente fui... por que en no mucho hara un viaje a New York, y quera ver el mismo tnel. Y s, lo vi, el taxi me llev del aeropuerto a la ciudad por ese tnel.El poder de la pantalla puede ser raro y confuso...