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KJ P (de) wrote: True Stories can either manipulate its audience into thinking there was more to the story than what news platforms had lead on at the time, but they can also just be effective films on their own, even though you know the full story going in. Sadly, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk fails to impress on either one of those levels. It's one thing to make a story your own and have an incredible vision placed on-screen, but I think this film tried far too hard to add emotion where it didn't need to be. To be quite honest, this is a film that deserved a documentary made, where the real heroes speak about their past, while this main event is showcased. Here is why Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is disappointing, even with no expectations. As a solider (Billy Lynn) is brought home after his time in Iraq, he and the rest of the men from his tour must do a victory walk down the stage during halftime at the Super Bowl. In itself, this is not much substance to make a film out of, which is why I was shocked to see Ang Lee at the helm as director. It's not that it's poorly structured or anything, but it's the fact that the war itself (shown through flashbacks) would have made a great story on its own. Constantly cutting back and forth from the war to the events at the Super Bowl felt very jarring at times. I truly feel as though this film would've worked better as either a Documentary or a three hour epic, showcasing the war itself, as well as the aftermath. Yes, the fact that the world is never truly able to see and feel what these soldiers have been through is more than true, but when this tactic is used as an entire feature film in order to make the present-day storyline more impactful, it seems a little manipulative to me. Not to say that it wasn't effective, because there were a few moments when I found myself becoming moved by the story at hand. This film places these two connective events together in such a way that matter and works in context with the film, but the war sequences are really only shown when nothing else interesting is going on. For that reason, it either felt like filler or manipulation for its audience. All of this on the table, I found myself faced with the impossible task of criticizing these actors. Aside from a few inessential characters throughout the film, whether Kristen Stewart was playing off Joe Alwyn or Steve Martin was delivering his few lines, everyone seemed to be giving it their all in these roles, and I respected that more than anything else. Never did I expect to see a film about the aftermath of war with Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, and Steve Martin as core performances. The one thing I was able to praise about this film were the performances. I always felt moved whenever an actor/actresses was delivering a compelling line of dialogue, and this aspect alone made this film worth watching.Looking back on this film, I have to admit that I found myself bored quite often. The pacing is quite bad and the premise itself doesn't work as a feature film. On the other hand, the performances are all terrific and the manipulation of the war scenes intercut with the happiness of the Super Bowl was pretty effective. All of that said, this film is average at best. I can't get myself to recommend this film to anyone, because I truly believe you will either find yourself enjoying either the war side of the story or the aftermath, but not the two together. I will be complimentary and say that this is a competent film, but I truthfully can't see myself ever revisiting it.
Matthew Y (de) wrote: Ok watch but quite audacious
Cynthia S (ru) wrote: Loved the play. Loved the film. Del Shores is a genius and this is his masterpiece. The bar scenes with Leslie Jordan and Dale Dickey are an acting master class.
Jack B (ru) wrote: The actors provide chemistry and power the film, in spite of its cold qualities. This is undoubtedly purposely complex and no doubt some will find more to the film than meets the eye but it requires patience and calm to do so. This French film is ultimately an incredible effort at emotional density and an interesting but also frustrating one to explore.
Eva Y (ru) wrote: this is really a very nice movie... i am not a strong catholic... but i am amazed how ppl has such strong faith to forgive a man who kills their daughters.... and even offered to help the murderer's wife and family.... can anyone actually able to forgive to that extend? i know i cant.... the amish community has such strong faith in God, that every single word they speak has praises of God... to me is a little too much.....but nevertheless i truly enjoy the movie....
Ovi G (ru) wrote: I've always thought that HBO makes some great movies, usually with very original storylines that are sometimes based on real facts and strong characters, very expressive and good skilled. Well Tsunami:The Aftermath is nothing far from it. It shows us pretty intensely, the effects of a tsunami and it's consequences in a 3rd world country but wheretourism is highly looked upon. It also debates many other aspects, like the probability of this tsunami to have been made artificially, for the interest of rebuidling in short for development and money, and we all know that this sort of technology exists. A short example: "But why are the palm trees still standing" a biting question of Nick Fraser (Tim Roth) a journalist asking Ellen (Kate Askfield) a representative of a major Hotel company, looking to rebuild after the aftermath. Another aspect of this is the drama and the suffering of different individuals and their pain and nastyness of paperwork and the allpresent birocracy. But there's always hope and help wothin the human soul (so i've heard), and we can see that thru the whole movie. A very good movie, I much enjoyed with my family, maybe a bit too long for my taste but unique nonetheless. 9/10. I recommend it. Do what you will:))lol1
Eva J (ca) wrote: Slow paced but interesting enough to keep you watching. Sexy. Different. I'm afraid I didn't really get the ending, though.
Shaun B (es) wrote: Good actors, commendable film, but ends up being just weird.
Eshaan L (de) wrote: Great Aussie comedy !!
Morgan A (ru) wrote: Very realistic action-thriller starring swedish Dolph Lundgren. Really good actors for this type of movie. Time well spent :)ps. In some contries it's movie title is: "Icarus", in others: "The Killing Machine". Have this in mind if/when searching for it.
Katrina R (mx) wrote: Describes different types of love and lust in an engaging, appealing way.
probowl 4 (nl) wrote: Funny, intense and most importantly, enjoyable. 'Lethal Weapon' is likely the best entry in the franchise and starts off the Gibson/Glover pairing with quite a bang.
Jamie C (nl) wrote: Very disappointing film, I'm usually quite easy to please with these films but even I struggled at times, It was very cheaply made and never really excites, It tries too much to be like 300 in the battle scenes but fails, Having said that they were not that bad, Acting wasn't great, The effects were poor I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version but I can't imagine it would of made the film any better, A very forgetful film it would of made an ok two part TV programme nothing more.
bill s (de) wrote: Cutesy,generic fare with no backbone......gets old quick.