Alan is a musician who leaves a busted-up band for New York, and a new musical voyage. He tries to stay focused and fends off all manner of distractions, including the attraction to his good friend's girlfriend. Film of the "Mumblecore" genre.
- Stars:Andy Lau, Rene Liu, You Ge, Baoqiang Wang, Bingbing Li, Wei Fan, Yuanzheng Feng, Biao Fu, Ka Tung Lam, Lei Lee, Fan Xu, Yong You, Hanyu Zhang, Ping Zong, Rachel Clift, Andrew Bujalski, Seung-Min Lee, Pamela Corkey, Kevin Micka, Ralph Tyler, Peter Pentz, Bill Morrison, Tamara Luzeckyj, Mary Varn, Kate Dollenmayer, Keith Gessen, Salvatore Botti,
- Director:Andrew Bujalski,
- Writer:Andrew Bujalski
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Mutual Appreciation torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Ponderous and unrewarding. If the intention of this film is to show us how mind-numbing and painstakingly boring real police work is, it has certainly accomplished that."Once Upon a Time in Anatolia" shared the 2011 Grand Prix at Cannes with the Belgian film "The Kid with a Bike". Indeed, both were equally pretentious. Yikes !
(au) wrote: This movie gets two stars solely for the hysterical laughter that it frequently induced in me. Crappy even for crappy slasher cinema, Evil Woods is a complete failure as a horror film, but one of the lead male roles is written as an uber-asshole that the film is thoroughly enjoyable for the hour that he is in it. A crass, sexist idiot who cannot utter a sentence without swear words, he is like an exagerrated stereotype of the douchebags that generally populate slasher films. His dialogue is so over-the-top and ludicrous that it will keep you in stitches as long as he is on camera. But otherwise the film is complete crap.
(it) wrote: I utterly adore this film. Rambling, whimsical and full of fleeting moments of love and beauty,it also features a whirlwind of a performance from Juliette Binoche.
(es) wrote: The low budget of the film is not a help, and found the photography particularly unappealing. The story isn't bad though at examines a serial killer from a different perspective and that aspect is interesting. The acting is okay.
(es) wrote: Dumb. Really bad movie.
(kr) wrote: Hepburn and O'Toole steal your heart.
(ru) wrote: Typically I believe that Cage movies should be assessed in their own category, but given the substantial production value of this movie and the plethora of other stars participating, I will relent and consider this a non-Cage movie. That being said, it is awful. Despite having tons of spectacular Cage-isms like satellite phones, his and his brother's completely un-acted Russian ethnicity, a cover job as an art dealer, a scene where he asks an African prostitute if she has AIDS and perhaps the most ridiculous Cage scene of all in which he repaints the name of a ship in something like 23 seconds, this movie is an absolute abortion. I dare say, poorly acted by Cage; Hawke legitimately seems afraid to be in the film and Jared Leto performs a predictably pathetic and hapless brother to Cage. God bless you, Nicolas Coppola, but he did not bless this film.
(us) wrote: Um triste retrato da vida desumana que os imigrantes ilegais levam.