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Bruce W (gb) wrote: poor storyline, horrible CGI, cheesy acting.
Lucas M (de) wrote: He might cause a few laughs, unfortunately Muita Calma Nessa Hora is really very silly, with a bad screenplay.
Timm S (au) wrote: One Of Those Docu-Drama's Of An Endlessly-Night Partying (Project X, Go-3AM, Superbad, Animal House)..But This Fails Due To No Pumping Soundtrack, Or...Much Of A Story.. For A Low-Budget Arthouse Thing It Does Vaaaguely Okay, As It Tries (Lamely) To Explore Human Vulnerability.
Golia K (ag) wrote: A revenge epic it may be, but a rip-roaring rampage it's no
Love M (it) wrote: Killed off the monkey very early on iin the movie which was the only thing keeping me going, then he died so end off!
Megan o (us) wrote: Despite peppering his screenplay with too many unprovoked racial slurs (in an attempt to be "gritty" and "scathing," I assume), and therefore undermining any believability in his characters, David Mamet's Homicide is a pretty interesting and well-acted cop story. The plot goes something like this: A Jewish police detective reluctantly gets roped into the case of a slain Jewish woman and investigates the alleged hate crime, while simultaneously learning more about his personal and ethnic identities. Sounds like a pretty good episode of Law and Order (RIP!), to me. Unfortunately, the racial stuff struck me a bit sophomoric, too transparent, too prevalent. I realize that one of Mamet's main objectives was to comment on race, identity, self-persecution, and perception; however, I wish it was done with a bit more subtlety. The dialogue is rather stagy (but that's not a surprise, coming from Mamet), but I appreciate the straight-forwardness of the story telling. It's not without its faults, but Homicide is a pretty entertaining and tense film, another solid effort from Mamet.
Stephen E (de) wrote: To this day racism is a heated and frequently-discussed topic, even though the term has come to mean something entirely different today than it did back then. John Singleton's "Rosewood" is yet another film that shows us the cruel acts of violence that the black community endured in the past, fueling the hatred for bigotry even more. A lot of the brutality that occurs onscreen is hard to stomach, not because it is graphic or bloody in nature (though it sometimes is), but because it is unreasonable, uncalled for, and unjustified. The white landowners who engage in the murdering and lynching of blacks have no real reason to do what they're doing. They don't see the harm in killing a black person, have no real evidence for doing so, and in the end, do not pay for their crimes. Nothing in the form of punishment ever comes their way. Life continues for them like nothing happened. Yet "Rosewood" is somehow cathartic and ends on a slightly positive note. Hell, it sort of needs to. Films like this need a happy ending, no matter how unrealistic it is. We need to feel like everything is okay, even though something like the Rosewood massacre happened. That's the magic of cinema.
Marcus W (de) wrote: science fiction that doesn't take science seriously is doomed to failure.
Adam B (nl) wrote: Best of all the animated Asterix features mainly thanks to the excellent voice cast.
Greg D (au) wrote: Truffaut shows command but the romance gets lost in the political content
Spencer M (fr) wrote: Disjointed and overlong. Probably Scorsese's weakest film
PY C (jp) wrote: Watched it the first time and it was the best movie of the year, watched it 10 years later and it truly remained as one of the best movies ever.