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Jeff B (au) wrote: Really well done look at the events that came together to put on the 1969 Woodstock festival. It was shot--or, really, edited--to seem a lot more like a documentary at times, which I liked. Ang Lee wove in footage that looked like it had been shot in 1969 along with the dramatic/comedic stuff that composed most of the script. Liev Schreiber stole the show in every scene he was in as the transvestite Vilma.
Kimberly T (it) wrote: Better than the first
Brad S (ru) wrote: Writer/Director Jeff Nichols' debut feature film shows the roots of his filmmaking talent that really came to life in Take Shelter and Mud as his team of talented collaborators grew. The performances from the cast are what don't quite come to life in Shotgun Stories, probably due to the writing and a young inexperienced cast on a low budget. But there is some solid cinematography and editing that kept the film from completely failing.
Andrew M (de) wrote: Time travel in fiction has gained a sense of notoriety as it has progressed further and further and introduced more complex ideas to the minds of moviegoers. What was at first an innocent, perhaps childlike idea of visiting a different era or watching your past self from third person has evolved into a mindbending concept full of casual loops, grandfather paradoxes, and a general lack of coherence.With Shane Carruth's Primer, the concept of time travel is pushed as far as it will go. The film is infamous for just how complex its time travel concepts, involving multiple timelines and "doubles" occupying the same time plane as "originals," become to progress its plot. It's lack of traditional exposition is both masterful and infuriating, as it forces you to put the pieces together yourself without any hand-holding. Anyone claiming to completely understand this one after one viewing is a bold faced liar.It's all so complex, but it's not the point: in fact, it almost feels like Carruth is commenting on the impracticality and incoherence of time travel. The two leads clash with their ideals of time travel usage, one being rash and doing-before-thinking, the other being more hesitant and careful. It's this relationship that drives the movie, and acts as a very interesting character study in the process.Purely as a film in a technical sense, it's a marvel. Produced for just $7,000 (pocket change for the producers of the "Big Six" movie studios) and nearly a one-man show (Carruth directed, wrote, produced, starred in, edited, and composed), Primer has no reason to look as good as it does. It helps that it's so grounded in reality in terms of production value as well as narrative. The time travel device is nothing flashy, and fits perfectly in the garage workshop that puts Jobs and Wozniak's setup to shame. The camerawork is simple, and doesn't distract us from the story with any camera tricks for the sake of making the film "look cool." It's essentially substance over style, a refreshing change of pace from visual heavy films that lack strong narratives.With one film, Shane Carruth proves himself to be a force to be reckoned with. Such experimental filmmaking as this is rare, but Carruth has breathed new life into indie filmmaking. It's not even something you have to understand to appreciate: considering just how complex this one is, that's a blessing.
Brian S (fr) wrote: While it doesn't match, neither the first movie, or the second movie for sure, it still delivers some fine action sequences, as well as an ending that makes you want to watch the next movies. Overall, Terminator 3 ain't great, but it's still a welcomed entry, fans of the franchise are sure to love it. Recommended !!
Peter L (gb) wrote: Following on from last Saturday theme of film. This time the president is the victim of a conspiracy to get him out of power. And send the army into North Korea to get some soldiers out. Personally I think this film is very underrated. Wesley Snipes plays a really good part.
Dann M (br) wrote: "Put your heads up against the speakers, and blow your brains out!" A high-energy goofball comedy, Airheads is entertaining and full of laughs. Desperate to get a record contract, three wannabe rockers take a radio station hostage in order to get their demo played. Featuring Brendan Fraser, Steve Buscemi, Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, Joe Mantegna, and Michael Richards, the cast is quite impressive. And the comedy is pretty good, with lots of fun, clever satire about the music industry and rock-n-rock culture. Plus, the soundtrack does a great job at setting the right tone without feeling like it's pandering. Airheads goes a little too far at times, but overall it's an enjoyable sendup of the rock-n-roll scene.
Archibald T (br) wrote: No. It's not Carrie White. It's a shy girl named Maggie whose soul is taken over by Satan. It all happens at a birthday party where Maggie is to meet her blind date, Carl. To hide from one of God's bounty hunters (as well as the inventor of the Condom), it leaps into the body of Maggie for a momentous stay. From what was an innocent girl is now a sexy temptress with looks that kill! She's ready to raise some hell and is planning on taking every man's soul along with her through deadly intercourse. The sex scene in the bathroom was the lamest soul sucking I've ever seen. It was just the use of a fog machine to never show the "drying" out of Maggie's date.The misogynistic bounty hunter and the devil have been fighting for hundreds of years. They've shared a relationship at one time until he wanted to kill her. You see before this guy became God's bounty hunter, he was some sort of reporter or gumshoe before he died. I guess that explains his attitude, but whatever. God appoints him to kill the devil inorder to prove his worth to be in heaven and stay out of purgatory. He takes on the task, thinking it'd be easy until a lover's quarrel turns into decades of fighting. This is pure cheese, but it's so stinky that it makes you gag while watching. At one point, Maggie as the devil says "God! This is so boring!" It really is. There's a few little one-liners and gags that made me chuckle. Nothing too funny except on how poorly made this film really is. It's limited budget wasn't too bad and Liane Alexandra Curtis seems to really be enjoying herself as she plays a Satanic bitch. Dispite this film's braindead execution, it did go on to establish a cult following and inspired a stage musical. Overall, too misogynistic in the last half of the film.
C A (it) wrote: Three big stars for Heidrun Kussin
Aj V (ag) wrote: A funny flick from Wilder, but it's not one of his best, the story is pretty average. It's pretty good, and sometimes pretty funny, but it could be better.
Jack H (fr) wrote: Nothing makes any sense in this movie. The definition of an odd numbered Star Trek movie
Christopher B (nl) wrote: A delightful surprise - on every level. Think of this as "The Princess Bride", only for fans of dramatic period pieces instead of a young boy playing video games.