One Night Only: Barbra Streisand and Quartet at the Village Vanguard - September 26,2009
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Kevin B (nl) wrote: One of the few (actually the only) Norwegian teen (sex) comedies I've watched.The female lead is new with no other films under her belt which is remarkable feat cause she's amazing here and really delivers the goods. Not for everyone but if you're obsessed with the overrated Juno, you'll love this.
Carolyn F (kr) wrote: Good movie... I wasn't expecting the humor... it made it unusual... not the best I have seen, but good
Charles T (nl) wrote: Don't you hate when you keep putting off a movie then that movie turns out to be great. Well this movie had been sitting in my queue for years. My bad.
Bence L (kr) wrote: Highly competent filmmaking, not just for a horror flick. Greg McLean appearantly knows what he is doing and has total control over the movie. As with most creature flicks, the pacing is a mayor device for creating tension and McLean proves he has utter understanding of the mechanics involved. As for the crocodile: Amazing. McLean wisely puts emphasis on making it look and feel as realistic as possible, no theatralic mega-beast senselessly screeching into the camera here. Instead we get a ginormous, bulky, frightening and most of all borderline "real" animal. Last but not least, all this is filmed in the stunning australian outback, infusing the movie with some unusual beauty. Rogue is without question the best croc movie ever and a top 10 participant on any proper modern creature feature list.
Ali A (mx) wrote: nothing can prepare you for this!
Brad S (jp) wrote: I hadn't seen this film since it first came out, and I quite enjoyed watching it again. Spader is excellent and I also enjoyed Aiello a lot. Give it a try!
Cody M (ag) wrote: Sinbad's appearance saved the film.
Mark H (us) wrote: a slow film to watch with a predictable ending, but still interesting enuff....somehow
Calib M (ru) wrote: I was very impressed by HERO, the movie runs in a way like Rashomon (Kurosawa's famous masterpiece that came out in 1950) (although under a completely different concept) - almost entirely through flashbacks during narration. Because its a period film about a very much fantastic and romanticized time, the dreamy quality of the photography is brilliantly suited. The look of the film is fabulous, although it sometimes indulges in video game beauty (the fight scene on the lake, the waterfall fight, and the calligraphy sequence that could be a shampoo commercial), just as Zhang the director indulges in melodrama, especially in the second half of the film, which is filled with slow-motion shots of people running and crying and saying goodbye. But the first half is so calmly powerful that I can overlook the overly stretched second half. However it seems to me that the most blatant fault of the film is the dialogue, the dialogues are so cheesy. Of course this is an epic film with a lot of stuff to take care off, and Zhang does something better than the others, but there is no excuse for the amateurish dialogue writing.All that being said, I still think it's one of the great movies that Zhang Yimou made, when he was still trying to make great movies - he used to use Chinese culture, instead of exploiting it. It's a little sad to see what he's doing now, whatever the reasons that he's making those craps for.A beautifully crafted film by Zhang Yimou with a great story and an all star cast. Jet Li, Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung, Zhang Zi Yi and Donnie Yen all performed portrayed their characters in a fine way with style and technique with outstanding stunts and martial arts. Exotic production designs by Tingxiao Huo & Zhenzhou Yi, colorful with dark looking costumes by Emi Wada, beautifully photographed by cinematographer Christopher Doyle, fast & smooth editing by Angie Lam and a relaxing musical score by Tan Dun.The metaphorical use of colors enhances the emotion of each "chapter" of the film while telling the audience exactly what the tone of each is as well.Possibly the greatest Kurosawa film not filmed by Kurosawa. Zhang Yimou's masterpiece combines beautiful martial arts action with ingenious Rashomon storytelling in this historical epic.
Irvin C (gb) wrote: It's a weird, crazy, far out early Brian DePalma that's basically a VERY loose adaptation of "The Phantom of the Opera" setting it up as a modern-day rock musical. The film is visually spectacular in a very DePalma-esque type of way. It's also quite funny and very biting in its satire on the way show business treats its artists. My one beef (hehehe) is that since it's a musical, the songs are not as great as the film itself. They're not bad. They're just pretty good but I feel that the story and craft of the film deserve better songs than what was there. But still, a pretty darn good rock musical. I feel like going as the Phantom of the Paradise for Halloween.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: A small group of adventurers facing Indians during Seminola war in the Florida Everglades... Mighty adventure booms--This interesting Western and action film makes it of the finest of Raoul Walsh genre entries... Not your usual oater!!
Raji K (de) wrote: Steven Spielberg directs Tom Cruise in Minority Report. Cruise is Chief John Anderson and he is in charge of a brand-new wave of criminal enforcement. Through use of these 3 individuals with pre-cogitative abilities they are able to see murders in the future before they even occur. Anderson leads a task force that reviews the circumstantial recording of the possible murder, and then arrests the suspect before they can commit the murder. The new defense system is making the murder rate drop dramatically and it is deemed to be a huge success. Detractors such as Danny Witwer (Colin Farrell) question the integrity of program, and appears to be right when Anderson is the vision of the next crime. Anderson is in disbelief as he is accused of murdering a man he does not even know within 36 hours, and is on the run to avoid being questioned and captured. While on the run he discovers investigates and discovers some undisclosed anomalies with the pre-crime program known as the Minority Report. He figures this is the only way to prove his innocent, and find out who set him up and he must get back the lead pre-cog (Samantha Morton) to help explain her vision.Minority Report is set in year 2054 and makes for an entertaining science fiction action film. Cruise is a great lead and keeps the movie pace going despite an over 2-hour run-time. Spielberg does his best to direct and present a darker film that contradicts some of his earlier works. The gritty lighting and imagery do not particularly suite the directors style, but it does not detract or particularly enhance the picture. The action sequences are mostly forgettable, and the use of technology and is used sporadically throughout the film, but mostly for the action sequences. Per Spielberg, there a few thrilling moments as well. The best aspect of the film is really the mystery of how Anderson uncovers the glitch in the pre-crime program and how he figures how he was setup. Although Minority Report is a decent film overall, it will mostly be forgotten despite some of the big names attached. -11.18.2016
Jason T (mx) wrote: There is a good story here somewhere but this one is a snoozer. Bad script, pacing, and dialogue..