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Kyle S (gb) wrote: The One I Love fell short of its potential but still delivers as a clever psychological thriller. It addresses issues with couples and teases the life with a perfect significant other. This film keeps you guessing as the mysterious plot unfolds.
Mad M (ca) wrote: No holds barred grindhouse. It has style and there's novelty here. It's also fun at times. But that's all it delivers. The dialogue is too C-movie level. Exploitation includes rape, nudity, violence, and gore.
Graydon B (nl) wrote: Better than Iron Man 2, but still lacks in comparison with the first film. But it has enough action scenes and funny dialogue at points to be worth it.
Charles H (au) wrote: Think of this as an updated version of the now-very-outdated Logan's Run. The visuals and special effects are obviously an improvement over the earlier film. Too bad the same cannot be said for the inane script and the film-maker's resulting priorities -- namely, placing flashy spectacle and characters making inexplicable decisions just to move the action along ahead of more useful story-telling components. I know Scarlett Johansson can act, but she was terribly miscast for this film. Still, I sat there thinking this had the potential to be a good science fiction film, but alas, The Island falls just short of mediocrity.
Sydney P (it) wrote: a wide-ranging variety show of Fados, some excellent musicians and very touching moments, but on the whole i couldn't get really involved or engaged, the only magic moment came at the end of the movie when the crane camera turned looking at itself through a mirror, kept on zooming and re-focusing into the "dark" inner body self, sort of like the HAL 9000 computer in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, nothing really related to Fados but very creepy, should have gone to see Sean Penn's movie instead (HKIFF 19/3/2008)
Ricardo H (mx) wrote: BORING...except for the eye candy and the ocean shots
Adam R (kr) wrote: Too complicated and uninteresting. It almost put me to sleep. (First and only viewing - 8/31/2010 in theaters)
Alex B (kr) wrote: A nostaglic and intelligent film that honestly depicts immigration and relationships in 1900's America
Muhammad O (gb) wrote: Well the topic was not well defined but it was a good effort. The writer probably forgot to mention the reason behind all the chaos. Watch it on your own risk.
Amanda S (br) wrote: Kita harusnya malu, Balibo yg gak ada apa-apanya dibanding film ini aja, pake di-banned segala.It deserves five stars!
Steve N (de) wrote: Fun movie. I like watching these kind of movies to see if any of them actually made it to the big time.
David W (gb) wrote: For some reason I just don't get why This is popular. I thought it was okay.......
Anna N (gb) wrote: Douglas Fowley = Want to see it.
Zachary M (br) wrote: Artistic and visually interesting to see. What the film lacks is any kind of attachment to the main character. You don't feel sympathy for him, you're not supposed to, but you don't feel utter hatred for him. He's a character who you should disgust for, but I just don't care that much either way. It would put that more on the story than the acting, which is admittedly very strong, especially from Tom Hardy.
Trey B (nl) wrote: The Tom Cruise stunt where he's scaling the Kremlin, nuff said.