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Oliver M (ag) wrote: Just watch it! Its worth it. Good documentart =).......
Gabriel C (gb) wrote: Though not as manipulative as recent Christian films, Heaven is for Real can't get past clichd dialogue and generic characters.
Chris W (br) wrote: This was an interesting movie that was extremely frustrating at times. First of all, the third segment of this film is cinematic perfection - top 5 material. It has been properly described as 'Malick makes a documentary (digitally)'. The jaw-dropping visual, the poetic voiceovers, the slow calm pace, the realness of the people, etc. I completely lost myself in this part of the film. 10+10 Unfortunately, the whole film is not like this. The first segment is excellent as well, in a different sort of way. I found the style to be very fulfilling, reminiscent of the Dardenne's work. The boy's story was interesting, but not overly-emotional/manipulative. Overall, this section probably best reflects my overall score. 9.5/10 And, finally, the middle portion of the film was far too fast-paced and political. I suppose a documentary about Iraq wouldn't be complete without politics, but really the other two segments are also 'political' but in a much more subtle and poetic way. Maybe it's more of the Shia's fault, and not really the filmmaker's, but regardless, I just didn't care for this section as much. 7.5/10
Sean G K (us) wrote: Great film...Very underrated.
Private U (ag) wrote: There's a scene in this film wherein Brigitte Lin, using kung-fu, takes off all of Maggie Cheung's clothing and puts it on herself. That, my friends, is how you spell "badass". A must-see.
Andy P (ru) wrote: John Sturges' sociopolitical drama has nail-biting moments of suspense and dialogue so exciting and ridden with tension it could be cut with a knife.
Benny G (br) wrote: One star for Salma's booty in the mirror otherwise was shit.