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Nenad K (kr) wrote: First it was Japan, now it's China, and next up will be some other corrupt nation with eager poor workers on stand by, ready to work for little pay. It's not China that's the problem, that's for sure. The US and EU member countries are investing, researching and building new technologies, but higher-ups are shipping the rest of the manual labor over to China only because it's cheaper. When that ceases to be the case, the machines will be moves elsewhere.I agree that it's not fair to legally move jobs out of the US to cut costs with utilizing de facto slave labor, but let's not blame China for that. That's their rap from the very beginning and we (unfortunately) accepted that in return for a bit cheaper prices of plastic toys.
Melissa R (mx) wrote: I'll admit that I have been following this film for quite a while. I heard of it on twitter last year when it had a different title, and have been anxiously awaiting it's arrival ever since. Well - this film did NOT let me down. What a brilliant film! I have never in my 10 years of intense film viewing seen a film that looks like this one. Sure the story is a simple one, but it doesn't matter - in the end - you find yourself so sucked in by what's going on and what the characters are going through simply based on the acting ability and the circumstance. This director has done something truly unique with his vision - as I said - I've never seen a film that looks like this. It is by far the most claustrophobic movie I've ever experienced, and I've seen Buried and The Descent. My heart was racing multiple times during this movie, and I found myself holding my breath and then gasping for air! I am a huge fan of strong women leads in movie and I definitely have a new favorite! Nicole Alonso as TANK is so bad ass and inspiring and manages to play it with such believability and she's very relatable. Watching her I could see myself being in that situation and questioning whether I'd have the strength to keep fighting the way she does. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but please, please, PLEASE see this movie! Apparently this is a trilogy and I for one cannot WAIT for the next two installments!
Hannah S (ag) wrote: SPOILER ALERT This movie looked too silly to watch but I caught it on tv and was riveted. The character of Rebecca is indeed hard to like but that's kind of the point of the movie and her troubles are funny, and the ending is truly a happy one because we feel that flawed people can both change and be loved for who they really are. The acting by everyone is terrific.
Ian R (ca) wrote: Well, there's a lot of guns being shot, things blowing up, and people getting wasted so there's that. Seagal is shot very unflatteringly in his close ups, looking really haggered and old... which I guess he is now. He also has trouble kicking above the waist, but apart from that is still able to pull of some interesting (if brief) fight scenes. I guess that's what a movie like this is all about.
Ben D (kr) wrote: A solid, brutal thriller that could have been so-so but for a good script from writer-director David Mamet.
Adam T (jp) wrote: Essentially an action movie, Brosnan's second 007 outing does have some flashes of style and sophistication but the emphasis on bloated action sequences (which are certainly very skillfull and impressive) often feels a bit too gratuitous and undermines some very good scenes and exchanges early in the film (particularly Bond's tense but funny confrontation with an assassin). Aside from that, some of the henchmen are very cliched and there is a general derivitive feel to everything. Haven't we seen all this before? It's like a two hour montage of Bond's greatest hits. Goldeneye atleast had eloquent dialogue, set pieces and the added benefit of being the first Bond in 6 years, giving it a new freshness.
Anna C (ag) wrote: Very special deep and tender
Eugene K (es) wrote: Cheesy family sci-fi including roller skating orphans, a dystopian future and a sentient glowing ball.
Zack P (ag) wrote: You analyze Caligula closely and see Tinto's genius hidden under Bob Guccione's almost atrocious editing over the lavish big budget 1979 epic.Tinto said he wanted to make a film about the "Orgy of Power" and he said they wanted to make a movie about "The Power of the Orgy".You can question that considering the large amounts of sex in other of Tinto's movies but despite that Salon Kitty is both the Power of the Orgy and the Orgy of Power.This movie has it all. Countless sex, political humor and even the power of song!To make it even better it's based on a true story about a Salon lead by Kitty Schmidt (renamed Kitty Kellermann in the film) that is taken over by the Nazi organization, the SD to have members of their own party and various other people be monitored by concealed microphones planted in rooms for espionage purposes. Kitty is made an offer she can't refuse when they tell her to corporate or else she'll be put in a concentration camp. The idea was that customers can buy a room and a woman and in the midst of their desire they may reveal certain personal opinions about Hitler and Nazi Germany that many threaten the party.
Jamie C (it) wrote: I've never played a Need For Speed game so when I heard they were doing a movie I wasn't really botherd or suprised I mean it's a massive selling game and Fast And The Furious films go from strength to strength at the moment so crime films with fast shiny cars is sure to grab peoples attention, The main thing that put me off was the casting at first I mean I never watched Breaking Bad so not heard much of Aaron Paul I know he's made other films but none that are memorable, I started watching Breaking Bad and found myself liking him so I watched this film and I enjoyed it I suppose, It's not a scratch on Fast & Furious but it's entertaining enough, The plot is very OTT as are some of the scenes, Some good stunts and races, Aaron Paul is the only one who can really act in the film excluding Michael Keaton, It wasn't very eye catching though we always know what's going to happen and you sit there waiting for it, I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version, Nothing new but gives it a good try in the entertainment department.
Mark S (fr) wrote: I couldn't care any less for this dreadfully ridiculous vapid drivel...or its characters,all of which are nauseatingly annoying...it's just a mindless,turgid,awful mess.