A documentary follows a Canadian fellow working on his dream: building a suit of armor so he can observe grizzly bears from a close distance.
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Jack S (de) wrote: An unfunny horrible movie.
Andy C (jp) wrote: Not content with featuring the masters of time and space in the previous installments of the Diamond and Pearl film ark, The Jewel of Life features a monster which is pretty much God itself...of course this doesn't stop some evil fellow trying to betray and defeat the titular Pokemon Arceus. A huge battle with more legendary Pokemon than you can shake a stick at. Lacks some of the heart of other films but certainly not short on action, brushes with death, lessons on kindness and teamwork...usual stuff then.
Gardens C (it) wrote: Shows at 1:00 3:40 6:20Late Night show Friday and Saturday ONLY at 8:55
Patrick M (it) wrote: Glad we went digital
Tom B (de) wrote: Liked this a lot. Classic languid-moving drama, evolution of character. Film about making a famous film, with famous star playing a famous director. Issues of character are front and center, nicely contextualized in social complexities of various types of colonial power-stepping. A favorite Eastwood performance and I do like the way he directs a story. It's nice to see long scenes with tension rising over issues of how to treat people in ordinary situations. In front of camera he has no problem portraying deeply troubled though charismatic personality. Reflective, sumptuous, comic, and stirring. Much food for thought and possibility Eastwood's best. Among them. In truth, a bit of a gem.
Hank T (mx) wrote: awesome, awesome and awesome
Blair M (ru) wrote: I haven't seen this movie in ages..I loved it as a kid. I wonder if it would hold up to time.
Michael S (de) wrote: What the Fuck did I just watch?
Joe T (kr) wrote: Very cute & enjoyable to watch. My 5 & 6 yr old love it. A funny way to look at life through a chickens eyes/fears (not really, but just think, what if? hahaha)
J F (ru) wrote: An Air Force pilot assigned to drones gives a wistful speech about missing his days of night landing on a pitching and rolling aircraft carrier. Never mind he's Air Force, and only Navy pilots land on carriers - this is the world thru the eyes of Hollywood where facts often take a back seat to entertainment. Unfortunately the makers of this film weren't any more concerned with entertainment than they were accuracy. If I can't have one it'd be nice to have the other.Who knew CIA operatives phoning in missile hits like a burger order spend so much time justifying their actions to the people flying drones? Ugh. The dialogue between the CIA and Air Force was very child-like and naive. I'm quick to let some ridiculous dialogue go by for exposition - but this tripe just kept going and going. You could tell they were done with the CIA when Zoe Kravitz' character would moralize then burst into tears. There could be a very good story here if it were told by competent film makers. This is bad filmmaking and boring storytelling - my guess is the high critic score is because critics agree with the narrative so they give it a pass. In this case it was the audience that was more critical than the so-called critics. Andrew Niccol is truly a lousy filmmaker. Ethan Hawke and especially Bruce Greenwood are better than this material.
Christopher B (es) wrote: What starts as a mediocre collection of sketches becomes a masterpiece of satire poking fun at the world of the artiste and film festivals.
Daphne M (ca) wrote: Truly and interesting watch. This is one that requires you to WATCH. No walking away and thinking you'll be ok. Pay attention. This was pretty deep and rather touching. You really never know what's happening or what has happened in ones world. However you must watch. Use the pause if you need more popcorn
John Eric D (fr) wrote: Its a combination of a "disney like bunch of teenagers" in a middle of a post apocalyptic war with cool effects but has very weak plot lines and weak scriptwriting. Well its not Attack the Block after all.
Jaimie B (de) wrote: The book was great! Brilliant idea about the use of technology almost everyone in the world is using today. Makes you not want to use your mobile for a while!! Can't wait to see the 'Phone crazies' come to life on screen!!