Mozart's Don Giovanni Juan

Mozart's Don Giovanni Juan

The successful artist and playboy Juan is a notorious seducer of women, through his ability to be just what a woman dreams of: Charming, charismatic, strong, sensitive, sexual. Driven by a ...

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Jonathan C (es) wrote: Wicked little take on the Suicide Squad. Great characters, and quite the gritty, mature DC short film.

Kevin A (jp) wrote: It is enjoyable in many ways; the cinematography, the pace,and the acting. And then you get to the end. " What the heck HAPPENED here? Was there some kind of feud between the director and the editor? Did the whole thing run out of money at the end, so they cobbled something together in the editing room and wound it up with one of the most bizarre one-line exits I've ever seen?" It dropped my rating from a 4 to a 2.5 in under 5 minutes. The director should have asked for better then this. It was like having a wonderful meal and getting a turd pie for dessert.

Dov F (au) wrote: Worst documentary ever. So bad, it's unintentionally funny. Harry Markopolos, the writer and self-styled "hero", is a pathetic specimen of nervous sweatiness and grandiosity. Don't waste your money.

Oscar H (kr) wrote: En av de allra smsta filmer som ngonsin gjorts. Manus, skdespeleri, specialeffekter och vafan man kan tnkas komma p r kpprtt t helvete.

Asa B (de) wrote: Just as good as I remember... it really hits all the right notes.

jack h (br) wrote: is a really good movie

Isaac T (ca) wrote: this is your typical horror movie for kids the creatures look awesome but also this movie as so much to offer for a typical kid horror movie

Guillaume H (fr) wrote: I was excited at the prospect of seeing Altman's intellectual framings transposed unto a Dystopian setting. While i absolutely love the whole set and the cinematography, im not convinced this was the right movie for Altman to embrace slowness (its almost a slasher in theory). Under-exposition is also slightly frustrating. Still, its not to be missed as its original and beautifully set, but go in with patience, less for action but with a focus on the internal, on what goes on inside the mind of the people who live in this world and who play this game of Quintet. Also, for fans of Bergman, its a treat to see Bibi Anderson in a different context.

Shorty S (de) wrote: never saw it but the new one scared the heck outta me

Paul s (de) wrote: What you believe in, is worth defending

Wilfredo Antonio A (it) wrote: Cunto extrao pelculas de ciencia ficcin tan excelentemente hechas como esta, sin despreciar a la saga Matrix.

Moondog M (kr) wrote: It is the responsibility of every artist to think critically about the work they produce. Richard Bate Jr's response was to block me after reading my 140 character critique of the Lazy Mexican Gardener Stereotype in his 'film' ?#?SuburbanGothic?. It is terrifyingly ironic that as a self proclaimed champion of underdogs and outcasts, this movie would so blatantly alienate an entire race of people for a couple of cheap laughs. I had the misfortune to be at the premiere for this movie last night and not only was ?#?RichardBatesJr? unapologetic online, but also in person. Last night he told me my concerns were, "Silly". He continued to be flippant throughout the Q&A. He tried to joke that his film was fun unless you were a Mexican and asked an audience member if they were Mexican before answering a question, once identified as Caucasian, he answered. All of his responses and jeers during this Q&A were filmed by ?#?Cinemattack? and I only hope they will be released to the public. It is terrifying to know, yet important to note how my concerns have been met with a block online and a mocking in person. As I sat in the historic ?#?VistaTheatre? in Los Felix I experienced true suburban horror as audiences laughed at a Mexican gardener on screen say he had just come back to the worksite to raid a fridge. However, I do not blame audiences. I do not even blame Richard Bates Jr. for anything before his decided deafness to the issue raised. It can be difficult to be fully aware of the injustices we are subjected to, but because this is so clear to me now I have to speak out against it. And I ask, will you ask @richardbatesjr1 on twitter the question yourself. Why further the negative, tired, stereotype of the Lazy Mexican Gardener? If he ends up behind a self imposed barricade of a blocked twitter community, it may be safer for him to stay in there than to be behind a camera.

Justin B (gb) wrote: I would write this off completely if it weren't for some of genuinely haunting imagery and graphic deaths.