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Robb N (nl) wrote: They turned an excellent, although very aged anime into a bad Power Rangers Knock-off. The connection between this travesty and the original show is tenuous at best. The acting is pretty poor, and the CG is pretty lame. All in all, skip this if you have any love for Gatchaman. On the other hand, if you want a bad Power Rangers Ripoff, go nuts!
Eric H (de) wrote: A dull film that thinks itself to be oh so clever, Third Person is a downright boring movie with a raft of unlikeable and uninteresting characters who occupy a storyline line that consistently fly's the line between utterly unbelievable through to total boredom. You're always sitting and waiting for Third Person to go somewhere, anywhere but thank goodness there are moments when people yell or break things as if they didn't, Third Person would've been one of the year's biggest non-events in a narrative and movie sense. As it stands, it's just plain old awful.
Tim Loves Jen TEAM BLACK OPS (br) wrote: I thought the graphics were going to be pretty bad, but they were actyually pretty decent
chloe d (gb) wrote: brilliant need to download it again
Roy C (kr) wrote: With the attention to the plant, you'd think it were the next Biollante.
Him C (us) wrote: After I watched this movie, once again I realized the impact of Wong Kar Wai. So if Wong Kar Wai never exist, then in the world there's still a movie called "Suzhou River"?? Or this film would become another style? The director, Lou Ye, seems being fond of Wong Kar Wai, I guess. Moody narratives and beautiful visual images, though all of those is like Wong Kar Wai. And Zhou Xun delivered a brilliant act.
Tino R (kr) wrote: Wow, LOL I totally remember this!It's dumb, clich, formulaic and forgettable. Even though Cuba Gooding Jr. plays the stereotypical loudmouthed, wise-cracking black guy in this, he somehow is this movie's saving grace along side the action scenes.
Carla B (ru) wrote: Most beautiful movie I've ever seen.
Dan G (it) wrote: simply fucking awful. There were tits, but they were awful. Fuck that movie was stupid as fuck. shit.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: Another quickie knock-off in the bag--It doesn't work!!
Bruno D (gb) wrote: Where the Wild Things are is a movie thats based of the children's book of the same name. This movie is about a boy who after getting into an argument with his mother he runs off and discovers (imagines) an island full of Wild Things. This movie captures the essence of child hood perfectly. The monsters are a persona of each of Maxs feelings and situations and perfectly captures how a lot of us were and felt when we were younger. The movie is rather dark for a kids movie yet has its lighthearted moments but the movies color pallet has its dark colors which fits great with the movies tone of moody and depressing. This movie surprisingly has a lot of emotion behind it and had a lot of tear jerker moments. The visuals are excellent with cgi as well as puppetry that make up the creatures. Overall Its a good movie to watch if you were ever read the book as a child as well as just an al around entertaining and fun yet sad movie. While it doesn't exactly go beat by beat of what occurs in the books its none the less a good adaptation for kids of today to enjoy as well as the adults who were read the book in their youth. 4/5
Grant S (it) wrote: Paris, 1900. Gigi (Leslie Caron) is a young woman living with her mother. Gaston is a wealthy womaniser who has grown tired of the romantic intrigues, and everything else, of Paris. Gigi is sent to her Great Aunt Alicia to learn etiquette and the ways of a courtesan. Gaston is an old friend of Gigi's family and they have known each other for a while. Gigi and Gaston are just friends but over time their relationship develops into something more.It was with some trepidation that I watched this. I generally dislike musicals, though there are many exceptions. On the upside I really enjoyed Leslie Caron in Lili and hoped that this movie would capture that same charm that made Lili so good.Sadly, no, not really. For all the sweetness and innocence of Leslie Caron as Gigi, this movie is quite dull and unengaging. It's not even due to it being a musical - the plot is bland and uninteresting. I really don't care about the pretentious, snooty ways of French high society and Machiavellian romantic machinations. The fact that many of the machinations seem to be about old men chasing around very young women/girls, and reveling in this, makes the movie a touch creepy too.The music is of the usual intrusive variety, i.e. song suddenly appears in the middle of dialogue and doesn't really fit in very well, and is largely forgettable. Somehow this movie won the 1959 Best Picture Oscar. How this beat Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and The Defiant Ones, I do not know.
Bill M (jp) wrote: Unorthodox lighting, a great ensemble cast and the novelty of the salt flats make this a Western worth searching for.
Zhanyi J (kr) wrote: A very uplifting movie in the face of disaster.
Bethany C (fr) wrote: This movie, while a bit cheesy, was fairly enjoyable. It did seem to run on with no real purpose and a lot of the "sins" were not horrific at all, and the acting seemed a bit over the top. There was no real characterization either. It seemed a bit empty and unfilled out as a story, a bit incomplete. There was very little tension because of the lack of characterization or plot. All in all, it was efficient, had a somewhat expected twist. It was enjoyable, but totally unremarkable.
Greg W (ag) wrote: kick-ass debut feature from the gr8 John Singleton
Lucas D (it) wrote: Emocionante e envolvente. Um belo comentrio social com excelentes atuaes e uma direo direta, sem compromissos e breguice barata.