Romantic comedy about complex relationships of three married couples, focusing on their marriage and infidelity.
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Liam M (jp) wrote: What a staggeringly fun return to form, the series best since two. Inventive, cruel, and so much fun.
Juan Andres V (kr) wrote: otro documental q hay q tener en la coleccion...un verdadero documental de conciencia humana...!!!
Barry P (br) wrote: A devastating subject, treated with tact and subtlety, and brought home by stellar performances by all.
John R (gb) wrote: What a bizarre movie. I enjoyed it. It's not something I typically watch. The costumes remind me of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers but there is this strange twist that makes it worth seeing. And I don't know why.
Alexandros T (ag) wrote: Roland Emmerich's Stargate - The movie that has spawned a TV franchise that has lasted for over a decade. The premise of the original film revolves around an obscure Egyptologist named Dr. Daniel Jackson (James Spader) being recruited by the US Air Force to explore a planet with a team led by Col. Jack O'Neil (Kurt Russell) with the help of a teleportation device known as the Stargate, where they venture into a world resembling Ancient Egypt and later must stop an alien overlord masquerading as the Egyptian Sun God Ra (Jaye Davidson) from destroying the planet and possibly invade Earth.The premise alone is worth a good look with the visuals the element that will suck you in. The atmosphere of the planet really captures the look and feel of Ancient Egypt (to the point where all of the characters residing there speak the Egyptian language) while the special effects look magmificent: The awe of the Stargate opening up, the alien technology of Ra's arsenal, and more.David Arnold's soundtrack is a great compliment to the film, providing the scale needed for the film.Despite all of the pros, the film is not without its cons: The script being the most noticeable. The script (in my opinion, of course) is so poorly written that I had to skip scenes, which in turn, nearly ruins the acting, with barely any character development to be found, it id understandable to me why many critics were against this film. That and the hit-or-miss direction which I didn't mind personally.Overall, even as a fan of the TV show Stargate SG-1, I think this film is flawed. The premise is interesting, the visuals are stunning, and the music brings a lovely touch, the direction is alright (not really a hinderance), but the screenplay is poorly written, bad dialogue, with hit-or-miss acting and barely any character development in return. This is where the TV show Stargate SG-1 addresses these flaws. To me, whether you're a fan or not, despite all the flaws, it is a fun ride as a popcorn film.
Ryan H (ca) wrote: It'll make you want Godzilla to destroy your TV instead of NYC.
Dann M (fr) wrote: Melodramatic tripe, The Choice is yet another insipid romance film based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. The story follows a small town veterinarian who falls in love with his new next door neighbor, a nurse in-training who's dating a doctor. It's an incredibly formulaic and painfully predictable plot, and the characters are all pretty one-dimensional. Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer do have some chemistry together, and there are some nice supporting performances by Maggie Grace, Alexandra Daddario, and Tom Wilkinson. But overall, The Choice is a rather rote and unimpressive film.