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Brian C (es) wrote: Some great ideas and interesting concepts that are just not successfully explored.

Adam R (jp) wrote: More of the same from Billy Bob Thornton, but it was an entertaining comedy nonetheless. This time Seann William Scott is along for the ride. (First viewing - Late 2007 in theaters)

Timm S (kr) wrote: Once You Are Aware This Was Based In Part On A a True Story, There Is Some Level Of Gratis To The Stories Depth. A Case Study In Part To The Grip To Which Gambling Can Hold On You, There Can At Least Be Something Learned Here...Even If It Isn't Perfectly Executed.


Brian P (ru) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...

SAMi D (es) wrote: this has real life gang tapes on it!

Troy K (ca) wrote: I turned it off after 30 minutes....boring.

Anders A (au) wrote: Winding Refns usual suspects, exploring the underground once again, rooting from a full throttle videostore. Crazy people makes crazy action, no doubt.

Alex F (it) wrote: it's fucking amazing, Val Kilmer plays a great shitty abusive father. The things this kid has to go through and the changes he goes through make this a fucking amazing movie.

Filipe C (ru) wrote: This is a satire done right, as if it was ripped from Don DeLillo's acidic page. The tone throughout is outstanding, and so is the editing. This is Schumacher's best film and one of Douglas' top performances.

Imelda P (us) wrote: Brilliant, it is very moving. It tells the life of Francis of Assisi's life.

Brad S (ca) wrote: My Updated Review on 2nd Viewing (4 stars):My first viewing of this film left me a bit dazed and confused. I knew I absolutely loved the cinematography. I knew I loved Matthew Goode's performance. But the seemingly random mash-up of the editing left me conflicted. Now, a few years later upon a second viewing, I really see the brilliance in this film and the techniques used to tell this story. It's a very smart, detailed and complex interwoven set of events and emotions edited together to explore the different aspects of the grieving process and echo how human memory works. The majesty of the editing really comes especially in the pairing of some of the most difficult with the most amazing memories. I think the film plays so much better on repeat viewings because once you get past just understanding what the story is the first time, then you can explore the myriad dynamics of the details that really make this movie special. Definitely a film to have on a regular, repeat viewing cycle.My Initial Review (3.5 stars):One of the most visually breathtaking movies I've ever seen. The cinematography and production design are perfect. Every single frame of this film is a piece of art, meticulous in its detail like in a Malick film. The performances from Matthew Goode, Bojana Novakovic and Jack Heanly (as the young son Oscar) are spectacular. Goode lives up to his name to say the least and provides the emotional core of the movie. The main thing keeping Burning Man from sizzling on screen like no other is the messy jigsaw-like non-linear editing. I felt like the Director lost a lot of emotional depth and caring for the characters by chopping their narratives up in such a disjointed manner. It wasn't until halfway thru the movie that I started to understand what was really going on. But every time the story started to build, it went in a different direction and lost its steam. I still really liked the story overall, and I wanna revisit it down the road in a year or two and see if a 2nd viewing improves it now that I know the structure and story. Kudos to the filmmakers however for taking chances and going outside the box. Bottom line is that this down under flick is a delight and should definitely be seen.

Aaron C (fr) wrote: An offbeat romcom of sorts that fleshes out the desolation and isolation of an ordinary salaryman(& woman)'s life in NYC. And how they find freedom, in a zoo enclosure. The leads did a decent job, but the supporting cast was a tad too irritating to ignore.

Travis D (ag) wrote: Best documentary I have seen! I've been able to watch multiple documentaries to cover the wide range of topics that are most important to us as a species, but finally there is one with all of them. This film was crafted perfectly!