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Dave J (us) wrote: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 (2012) Little Birds DRAMA Another no plot movie written and directed by Elgin James starring Juno Temple as female teen Lily Hobart living in a mobile home environment with her best friend Alison (Kay Panabaker) who appear to be about the same age. This mobile resident is located near a supposedly an infected beach which is why no one is playing around there. Defined as an acting device film as Lily complains about her mother Margaret Hobart( Leslie Mann) always trying to steal unsuspecting boyfriends money and so forth. She then strives to leave as soon as she's threatened by some of her former neighbors. And she does that by convincing her best friend to steal a respected man's truck by the name of Hogan(Neal McDonough) to meet up with some skaters but are really squatters who also rob and steal unsuspecting people as well by means of online dating. Kate Bosworth also stars as Bonnie Muller who's like another one of Lilly's aunts. Speaking as a realist and by looking at the big picture, I never got the sense that the characters are indeed real, since what Lilly and her best friend Alison do seems to be very routine which it restricts viewers to whatever it gives us instead of explaining to us about their studies. Or when Lilly first meets those boarders which Jesse (Kyle Gallner) seemed to be her first boyfriend and they just happened to meet by chance- and that Lily never found a steady boyfriend when she went to school, or other friends or enemies for that matter which means that the schooling never even existed. Now, while I appreciate some of those subtle scenes such as babbling along the train tracks with a scene taken from "Stand By Me" I find that I'm unable to identify with any of the characters as a whole, or as being real since it raises more questions. 2 out of 4 stars
jesus d (nl) wrote: plot started out good then it just stayed flat untill the end of the movie
Molly R (mx) wrote: Kind of slow moving and overly artsy, but picked up at the end.
Kaew A (fr) wrote: I WANNA SEE IT I WANNA SEE IT!!! lmaoo... seen the first 1/4.. now for the rest!! xD
Amar K (fr) wrote: A story of a landscape, where people try to thrive in the background...
Brett H (kr) wrote: Boogie Nights is writer/director, Paul Thomas Anderson's breakthrough film, following the ins and outs of the pornography industry (awful pun intended) told through the eyes of an up-and-coming "performer" played by Mark Wahlberg. Wahlberg plays a young, aspiring dishwasher, with an extra special appendage, who is recruited by a famed porno director, played with Oscar-winning perfection by Burt Reynolds, who then makes him the next big star of the porno world with his now-iconic stage name, Dirk Diggler. It may not sound like much, but this is an excellent film due to the hilarious, and very believable script, the memorable characters, awesome soundtrack and phenomenal camerawork. The film boasts a huge cast: Julianne Moore, John C. Reilly, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Luiz Guzman, Heather Graham, Don Cheadle, and William H. Macy, who are all given their moment to shine and breathe energetic life into their individual characters. The film spans through the 70s and 80s as styles change, people change, and their industry is affected by the advances in technology such as VHS tapes which make porno theaters obsolete. None is more affected by the changes around him than Dirk Diggler, who grows arrogant due to his fame and ultimately follows the wrong path involving himself with drugs, violence, and prostitution. Boogie Nights is not so much about the plot, but the many characters and subplots that inhabit this world and their day-to-day interactions are mesmerizing to watch. The film is a bit long, but I highly recommend sticking it out all the way to the end, for no better reason than finally seeing what made Dirk a star; arguably the film's most famous scene.
Alisha H (ca) wrote: respect to all independent female filmmakers
Gav N (it) wrote: Underrated Gangster flick that may have mostly fictional overtones but is also fairly accurate.Hoffman is a great choice for Schultz.
Jay S (de) wrote: Sanjiv Kumar and Aparna Sen are most memorable in this film based on Indira Gandhi's Personal life story. She had banned this movie during Emergency in mid 70s. The movie is directed by Gulzar and music is by RD Burman and Kishore Kumar has sung the best songs of his career. Highly recommended.
monsieur r (kr) wrote: Despite the reviews from RT, this film was pure corn (meaning..... stupid). Slang is what this film is all about. The professors are given a mission and money to produce a modern encyclopedia. When they get to the letter 'S', they are stumped by the word "slang". They are so sheltered from the modern world they don't know street language. Highly over rated by RT and the community alike, this one is one silly movie. The storyline is queer from the start. The credibility factor is zero. The acting, however, is anything but zero. All the cast is wonderful. Its just the story. It is, especially in the end, stupid AND silly. NOTES: 1) Based in part on the fairy tale Snow White. The professors themselves were based on the dwarfs from Walt Disney's animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. 2) Ball of Fire was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Barbara Stanwyck), Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic Picture, Best Sound, Recording and Best Writing, Original Story. Cast Barbara Stanwyck as Katherine 'Sugarpuss' O'Shea Gary Cooper as Professor Bertram Potts Oskar Homolka as Professor Gurkakoff Henry Travers as Professor Jerome S.Z. Sakall as Professor Magenbruch Tully Marshall as Professor Robinson Leonid Kinskey as Professor Quintana Richard Haydn as Professor Oddley Aubrey Mather as Professor Peagram Dana Andrews as Joe Lilac Dan Duryea as Duke Pastrami, one of Lilac's henchmen Ralph Peters as Asthma Anderson, the other henchman Kathleen Howard as Miss Bragg, the housekeeper Mary Field as Miss Totten, the financial backer Charles Lane as Larsen, Miss Totten's assistant Charles Arnt as McNeary, Lilac's lawyer Directed by Howard Hawks Produced by Samuel Goldwyn Written by Charles Brackett Billy Wilder Starring Gary Cooper Barbara Stanwyck Music by Alfred Newman Distributed by RKO Pictures Release date(s) December 2, 1941 (U.S. release) Running time 111 min.
Alex Z (es) wrote: Movie NOT worth the plastic used to make the CD. Major Disgrace to our Navy Seals and all US Military personal past and present...Not worthy of a partial on a star.
Brian S (it) wrote: Not quite as drab as Man of Steel, but not as whimsically fun as Superman 78', Superman Returns perhaps is guiltier of a greater sin: It's utterly boring.
Hannah20 C (au) wrote: I highly recommend this movie to people who love thrillers and romantic dystopian movies. This movie stars Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark) and Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne). This movie was directed by Gary Ross, whose popularity increased greatly after directing "The Hunger Games". I think that many people would love this movie. There is a crazy love triangle, where both Peeta and Gale love Katniss. When the annual competition starts called the Hunger Games, you are constantly at the tip of your seat. You are constantly wondering which character will be safe from the scary effects of the competition. I also think that the nation of Panem is super interesting to find out about. In "The Hunger Games", the people of Panem wear very interesting clothes. They have super bright colors and everything is very eccentric. I love the way Gary Ross had all of the apartments and houses. Everything is futuristic and exciting. There is also very few cuss words or inappropriate scenes, if that is what you are concerned about. Some people might not like this movie because there may be too much fighting or just the concept is too cruel. It may be too much for younger children as in there is some fighting. This movie is also partially sad. Katniss goes through some rough times and it pulls some of your heart strings. Also some people may not like this movie because sometimes it can be cheesy with the costumes and the sets. They may be looking for a more mature and feel good movie. I believe that everyone should give this movie a chance. You will be on the tip of your chair throughout the whole film. You can get a good laugh and cry all at the same time.
Conner R (ca) wrote: Wolfen has a cool opening and that's about it. None of the originality and shock value that the first five minutes can be reproduced at all in the two hours that follow. Mostly, the movie just contains a ridiculous amount of semi infrared shots that make no sense; supposedly being how these mutant wolves see. Why any viewer needed to be exposed to so much of this lame wolf vision is beyond me. The story is just uninteresting and the ending is so obvious and lame. Albert Finney had no business being in such a b-level movie, surrounded with d-level stars. I think the biggest misconception with this movie is that it's a true werewolf movie; in no way is this even close to being part of the genre. I hate to pick on this movie so much, but there was basically nothing redeeming about it. It fails as a horror movie, a thriller, cop drama, and funnily enough as an urbanization politics piece. There's no noteworthy moments aside from the opening, which isn't worth it in the end.