Our City Dreams
Filmed over the course of two years, Our City Dreams is the story of a woman's struggles and successes as an artist in New York City. Told through five women artists, from youngest to oldest, the film features Swoon, Ghada Amer, Kiki Smith, Marina Abramovic, and Nancy Spero. From the studio to the streets of New York, from the canals of Venice to the alleys of Cairo and the beaches of Phuket, Our City Dreams takes us deep into the artists' worlds.
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Our City Dreams torrent reviews
(au) wrote: very good, excellent cast
(ca) wrote: Wow, I'm extremely particular when it comes to movies, and I was apprehensive with the 39% review this got, but it's way off. This is a well written, well directed, and extremely well acted movie that kept me on the edge of my seat to the end. Sorry, but this is up there with Rocky I...maybe better.
(es) wrote: If you are a fan of the series you will like this, not as good as the series but a nice add on to the story that has been playing out, and some good background information. My only real problem was that Stephanie Jacobsen couldn't act for shit, and I don't know if it was that fake half-ass British accent, or if that is her real voice, but it doesn't matter because she sounded like a robot, and in a movie with robots fighting humans as a central theme. It doesn't help that one of the human characters deliveries her lines like one of those talking computers from 1980s.
(ru) wrote: Horrible film with even worse actors. The "After Dark Horrorfest" has suckered me into the last film I'll watch by them. The beginning couldn't have been more annoying. "Bill. Bill, where are you? Bill. Bill. Bill, are you up there? Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill, Bill?" Shut up!!!
(br) wrote: Nice family entertainment for an afternoon ...What "Little Lord Fauntleroy" would have been like if it was written by Astrid Lindgren ... in a way. :)
(jp) wrote: This is a movie that is very unique in its effectiveness in conveying its main messages with seemingly unassuming conversational dialogue and very simple but emotionally moving facial expressions and gestures. When the pieces of the story start to unravel in this subtle manner, the impact is still very moving and deep. Recommended.
(ca) wrote: Ben Affleck was the bomb in Phantoms Yo! LMAO!
(ca) wrote: awsum movies for kids!!
(au) wrote: this movie is very bad. think it could of worked but it is just too busy and the concept goes awry which is a shame b/c it was john candy's last movie so really wanted it to work for his benefit. :( definitely pass on this one
(us) wrote: Easily one of the top fighting game movies ever made. Possibly number one, but nostalgia always brings me back to the fan-dubbed version of Street Fighter: The Animated Movie.
(de) wrote: i really liked the premise of the film, like the whole artsy college students trying to make it after they finish school. i also liked the cinematography of the film, with the documentary-style filmmaking. there's also something idealistic about the young lifestyle of the characters. but in terms of the plot and character, it was nothing special, and a little bit too 90s at times. ben stiller was much more tolerable though, and winona ryder was actually pretty .... oh how the times change.
(nl) wrote: The only positives I can say about this flick is the Bowie soundtrack, Jerry Stiller and Michelle Monaghan. It didn't even feel like a Farrelly Brothers flick.
(ca) wrote: Not overly complex revenge thriller by Chabrol. Still, an enjoyable watch if you want a fine crime&punishment story with this classy French feel of the 60s. French are rotten, you know.
(nl) wrote: Christmas Classic....just let him finish, watch it every Christmas
(it) wrote: My all time favourite movie.
(fr) wrote: Simply fabulous movie making. Watch out because it might just sneak up on you.
(ca) wrote: With Kilo TwoBravo, director Paul Katis has managed to give us a different kind of war film - not one steeped in the honour, glory or necessity of war, but rather one that focuses on the little, traumatizing moments. For the most part, Katis manages to maintain suspense, weaving a taught thriller that doesn't rely on cheap tricks to keep you on the edge of your seat. However, it is a film that has little going for it other than it's creation of suspense. The characters are all interchangeable and difficult to distinguish, which means that any danger they are in is moot. It's difficult to care which ones make it out alive as none of them have enough personality to move past your basic soilder stereotypes. This is mostly due to Katis biting off more than he can chew in terms of numbers. Sticking to the true story in this case is admirable, but it overloads the film.