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Stephen S (es) wrote: fantastic film, funny, touching and very well acted
Jason Y (ru) wrote: [b]DVD[/b] First Viewing, 1 Evans film seen [i]Brother to Brother[/i] gives an insightful look at the experience of black homosexuals. A young struggling artist begins a seemingly odd friendship with an older man. It's a story much like [i]Finding Forrester [/i]with the obvious modifications. How do you think Rob Brown would have reacted if Sean Connery randomly asked Rob to pose for him? As an independent film, [i]Brother to Brother[/i] was highly successful. It won numerous awards at Gay film festivals in LA, New York, Miami, San Fransisco, etc. But it also was nominated for four Independent Spirit Awards, including best debut performance for Anthony Mackie, best first screenplay, best supporting male for Roger Robinson, and best first feature. I liked how the film would suddenly take on a surrealistic tone, each time it changed from color to black & white. I thought the technique worked quite well. It's an interesting story, even for a straight white kid like me. I think most people would agree.
Belinda S (us) wrote: Jon Bon Jovi...need I say more.
Wes S (mx) wrote: I worship this movie. The music is different but I think just as good as Koyaanisqatsi, and I love the visuals as well. It shows the developing nations of the world in a way few people will see. I don't believe it shows the countries or the people in a bad light either. Yeah, they're poor, but Powaqqatsi also presents us with their cultures. I take it to say that we're all people in the end, and even though some of our lives might be hampered by Western economics, it is us and our culture that shines. Wow, that's pretty fruity there...but whatever. It's definitely a worthy sequel. Philip Glass is a GOD.
Bradley H (de) wrote: It's impossible not to smile when Ann-Margret shakes her ample assets and Elvis swings those hips. It's air headed and spectacularly stupid, but so much fun that you can pretty much forgive every one of its flaws.
Randy T (us) wrote: One of my favorite WWII dramas.
Simon D (kr) wrote: This is a film I'd have watched a long time ago had somebody not spoiled the ending for me. I still enjoyed this a lot though, It's a great story which leaves plenty to discuss afterwards.
Todd B (es) wrote: The director's cut is the way to go, but regardless of the script's inevitable shortcomings, Stallone's labor of love pet-project is a successful violent throwback to the far more potent action films of the '80's. Check your narrative and character development expectations at the door and get ready for R-rated action sequences that have been sorely missing from the superhero-movie-dominated cinemas of the 2000's and 2010's.
Federico F (fr) wrote: hilarious comedy that lampoons the war-movie, thanks to a substantial cast and amazing cameos
Kevin R (kr) wrote: The Dark Knight walks alone.Brainiac arrives on planet Earth with a new weapon that allows him to partner with the Earth's villains and forces our heroes to join him. Batman finds a way to avoid Brainiac's plan and partner with the Flash to try and thwart Brianiac's efforts."I don't believe in luck.""What do you believe in?""Batman."Rock Morales, director of the television series Ben-10, Green Lantern, Beware the Batman, and the Lego Movies Batman Be-Leaguered, Justice League Attack of the Legion of Boom, and two Scooby-Doo Lego pictures as well, delivers Lego DC: Justice League Cosmic Clash. The storyline for this picture is very straightforward but fun to watch unfold. The characters are well used and the presentation style is entertaining."Check out my spinning laser attack."My daughter loves these movies so we always grab them as soon as they come out. Some are better than others, and this is only an average addition to the genre. It is still fun for fans of the DC universe and Lego movies, and is worth a viewing, but may not be worth purchasing and this isn't as good as the Lego Movie."Superman, you really are the best at hide and seek."Grade: C+
Grant J (us) wrote: Yes, it moves at a glacial pace, but it's intentional. I'd say this is probably one of the most amazingly shot movies I've ever seen. It really takes you into the story.