Along the Côte d'Opale, near a hamlet, with its dunes and marshes, lives a mysterious wanderer from nowhere who struggles along, poaches, prays and builds fires...
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Jared M (nl) wrote: a lot better than his show.
Peter O (ag) wrote: Great film based around an interview with Jarman and a letter that his friend Tilda Swinton wrote to him posthumously. Gripping viewing.
HDTGM W (nl) wrote: Just awful. No redeeming qualities. There is no hook, and the result is something comparable to watching paint dry, if the paint were full of distracting plastic surgery. So many irrelevant musical numbers, I started fast forwarding through them. 2 HOURS?! It really wants to be Moulin Rouge. It isn't.
Meleki S (us) wrote: nice movie for family to see
Louisa T (jp) wrote: It was a sweet movie, but I wouldn't watch it again.
Jennifer A (es) wrote: A disappointing first experience with acclaimed director Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Tropical Malady (2005) - 4.1/10 Director - Apichatpong Weerasethakul Cast - Banlop Lomnoi, Sakda Kaewbuadee, Sirivech Jareonchon, Udom Promma Over the past several weeks I've been watching many of the acclaimed foreign films of the previous decade. I've scoured numerous "Best of the Decade" lists trying to find interesting films I may have missed the first go around, and one director whose name kept coming up on these lists was Apichatpong Weerasethakul. I picked "Tropical Malady" because it was one of several mentioned and the only one available. "Tropical Malady" starts with a group of soldiers who discover a corpse in a forest clearing. Soon we move to the burgeoning relationship between a soldier Keng (Banlop Lomnoi) and a shy country boy Tong (Sakda Kaewbuadee). Midway through the film takes an abrupt mythical turn where Keng tracks a tiger in the jungle. This film was disappointing on many levels. The first half of the story wasn't particularly original or even engaging. It had a few nice moments but overall I felt detached from Keng and Tong. Then Weerasethakul makes an abrupt turn midway through. In fact it could very well be two short films merged together with only a thin symbolic link. The second half is actually more interesting and ambitious but unfortunately Weerasethakul had pretty much lost me at that point. I will probably lower my expectations for the next Apichatpong Weerasethakul film I see.
Jonathan W (it) wrote: The best American movie, brilliant
Douglas A (ag) wrote: there but for the grace of god go i...
Brian P (ru) wrote: I don't really have anything positive to say about this movie, so I will just leave it at that.
Tanner B (ag) wrote: Caddyshack (1980) C-98m. ?? D: Harold Ramis. Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Bill Murray, Ted Knight, Michael O'Keefe. Feeble comedy, in the vain of Saturday Night Live, presents many hijinks but few laughs. Weirdos meet in golf course where anything is possible (sounds much funnier than it is). Dangerfield provides the only real laughs; when he's on-screen, film becomes amusing, when he's not, film becomes dreary. Better than ANIMAL HOUSE, but destruction and irrelevance cannot take place of real humor. Followed by a sequel.
Knox M (nl) wrote: More intriguing visually than dramatically.
Vladimir K (br) wrote: It's a real chef-d'oeuvre, masterpiece by grand Polish director Andrzej Wajda.Wonderful, flawless, deeply moving play by all actors, but especially - Zbigniew Cybulski and Eva Krzyewska who play main characters.I think it's a classics which every cultured person has to see, although it probably would be easier to feel and understand by people who lived under communist regime...
Eddie J (ru) wrote: In 1957, for mainstream audiences, this was considered progressive. Whike it is a sensitive intelligent story, beautifully shot, with good performances, it dates badly and is even embarrassing now. Great and mysogenist attention is brought to All-American white guys marrying submissive Japanese women. The greatest hypocrisy is that when faced with a possible relationship of a white woman with a Japanese man....it fails and insults. Ricardo Montalban, a Mexican actor is cast as a Japanese actor who becomes a confidante of Brando's fiance. Progress in 1957 meant white guys marrying Asian women, but no hint of white women with other races was tolerated. Miyoshi Umeki is lovely, in one of the most ridiculous Oscar winning performances. She has little to do but smile sweetly, bow, and be cute in a few scenes focused on other characters. She has one more effective scene where she reads two lines in a heartbreaking manner. Oscar????!!!!Brando is good but hammy (his worst quality on screen).Again, its well made, beautiful to look at, well intentioned, and a great chance for Red Buttons to show he has real talent. But its all so dated and unintentionally insulting it just does not deserve a great rating.
Alec B (gb) wrote: Simultaneously hopeful and tragic "The Petrified Forest" presents a great character study of a self-loathing and unaccomplished intellectual. In fact, the film maybe hit a little too close to home for me at moments.
K D (mx) wrote: Not at the top of my Gable favorites but it was a nice movie none-the-less. It was an interesting turn to see Gable as the captain having his ship overrun, as that same year he led the mutiny on the 'Bounty'.
Mark V (it) wrote: Will someone OPEN UP A WINDOOOOOOW!
Valerie P (kr) wrote: Tinker Bell returns, again, to dazzle young girls everywhere with the stories of her life in Pixie Hollow. This time the focus is upon a new set of characters, the other group of fairies living in the forbidden Winter Wood. As far as Tinker Bell movies go, I believe this one is as entertaining, and even more charming, than most. The addition of a long, lost sister was pretty clever in terms of franchise. It injects the whole Tinker Bell with a fresh enthusiasm and intrigue. There's a lovely message to be taken from the story, and the winter fairies and scenes are adorable. Incidentally, my husband didn't even mind this one.
Sam H (au) wrote: Bought for me by a California based surfing uncle - who himself had enjoyed it, Surf's Up is a genuinely funny 'mockumentary' which has great animation and just a great story. One little annoying thing is Chicken Joe. Im not saying he's bad - I just think he's one of the characters you see in the trailer and you're like "Oh- He's going to be a funny guy!" but turns out to be kinda 2D.
JohnnyLee T (de) wrote: I enjoy watching teen movies to see what the young generation is up to these days. This movie gives the modern sensibility on final year high school students wading through the confusing labyrinth of romance and dating mingled with the vicissitudes of friendship. All with the absence of any help from adults, who generally are causing more stress than they are helping out. Feel good entertainment, even if there is a little too much voice-over needed to explain what Bianca is going through.
Paul D (gb) wrote: Similar to the first, but concentrates on teenage angst for elders for its themes and plot.