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Grant H (kr) wrote: Great movie. The second anthology of death is an improvement over its predecessor, having fewer miss entries (though there are still a couple), some of its entries being truly horrifying, other being so ridiculous and strange, it's funny. At this rate, a third film might just end up being perfect.
Oliver E (es) wrote: It's not an easy sit through, that's for sure, but it's rewarding in the end. I personally like slow-paced films. This one might seem a bit over the top to some people (completely understandable) but it deals with an issue similar to that of Ben Affleck's Gone Baby Gone. which is the more righteous task: following the law under all circumstances or doing what's best for the victim? Or in this case, the offender.
Aaron B (fr) wrote: Odd but intriguing thriller.
Dann M (us) wrote: Based on the memoir of Philippe Petit, Man on Wire tells the extraordinary story of one of the most daring artistic coups of the 20th century. In this documentary Petit and his team recount their 1974 exploit of rigging a high-wire between the World Trade Center towers (still under construction at the time) in order for Petit to give a wire walking performance. In addition to the interviews, original footage and re-enactments are used to help complete the story; showing how the team planned and trained for the event (infiltrating construction crews, building scale models, etc.). However, the filmmakers don't explore the larger context; the impact that the event had. Still, Man on Wire is a remarkably compelling look at a feat of incredible ingenuity and audacity.
Giovanni M (mx) wrote: Underusing the fantastic comedian Eugene Levy and while some Demetri Martin's (who is also underused) deadpan delivery sells a couple laughs, Ang Lee's Taking Woodstock is a missed opportunity.
Prashant S (fr) wrote: Sort of made me want to get out and play football after so many years.
Volker H (au) wrote: This was the winner of today's joint tv casting show "World's crappiest scifi movie".
Simon D (it) wrote: If I had more money, I would have made this documentary myself.
Rob L (es) wrote: GOOD FRENCH HORROR FILM.. VERY FUCKIN ORIGINAL SEE IT NOW!!
Spencer S (nl) wrote: Natasha Lyonne has had many indie roles in television and film that are quite interesting, and this has to be one of her most enduring ones to date. This is Lyonne's largest leading role; before she made it into the "American Pie" franchise. This coming of age tale is really quite interesting, not just because of its setting being in the seventies, but because the family featured are great examples of how nuclear families were all but decimated by that time. Their dispassionate feelings towards one another, and their pure dysfunction, are what holds the film together and what yields the more poignant and tender moments onscreen. Alan Arkin, as the philandering father to an apartment full of rowdy kids, is always inhospitable and yet gives a monumental performance. Arkin cements himself, in my eyes, as one of the most underrated and yet talented actors of his time because the role of Murray is so perfect for him. As he shifts between filthy apartments, shuffling his kids around and yet telling them they deserve the finer things in life, we see a man that has all but given up and yet trudges on. Lyonne is also powerfully adept in her role, as she navigates the problems of young adulthood. Though she remains the main fixture of the film, and gives a knockout performance as Vivian, she doesn't overcrowd the film, which also contains many great supporting performances. Marisa Tomei is especially notable as the disillusioned Rita, fresh from rehab and starting her life in Beverly Hills, trying to find the man she left behind. Really the film remains very unsettling throughout, because it shows what it truly means to be poor when everyone around you is perfect. More than that it's what happens when you're not living the life that's always been promised. The complexities of this family are very real and solemn throughout the film, while also being funny at times. This has got to be the best unknown indie film of the nineties, because it seemingly hits every perfect note and yet doesn't even try.
Reese J (us) wrote: Tried to be Jurassic Park, ended up as more Plan 9 from Outer Space.
Thomas K (fr) wrote: Funny and touching. Smith has rarely been better and Affleck and Adams are phenomenal. After the relative underperformance of Mallrats ; Which isn't a bad film, Smith needed to expand the scope of his art.
Jaime R (fr) wrote: TOM AND JERRY DON'T TALK!
Private U (it) wrote: Light comedy/drama/action--nothing heavy and not very dramatic. A nice break from increasingly excessive themes these days.
Matty S (ca) wrote: A challenging, cerebral and disturbing film which will either enthrall you or leave you totally cold. Pialat has created a quietly complex meditation on faith and good vs. evil. Without any grand effects or violence, the film manages to be both jarring and oddly calm. For me, this is a powerful film that builds in power with a couple of repeated viewings. There is much more going on here than what one sees on the surface. A masterful and provocative cinematic work.
Tristan M (nl) wrote: This movie simply gets everything right, it's one of, if not the most unglorifying film of war that has ever hit the screens, along with Downfall. The only downside it has is its dubbed over English when subtitles would have been better (although we get to focus more on the filming than reading) and the massively long running time, 3:20+ which is great for the story and film in a way, but go on for so long that there's little time in life to sit down and watch it. However on to the movie itself. It so bleak and truthful, shows just how horrifying and confined it is to spend such time underwater, in such a machine. The scenes where they lay in wait silently and dreadfully, as the death charges fall down toward them, and the concussion they cause. Everything is so surreal, how painfully tense it is as they and raise their stricken boat from the bottom of the sea, running out of oxygen, filling with water, nothing functioning, and without sufficient compressed air to blow themselves to the surface. For the most part it's a long bleak, crazy story, goes into every detail, and it looks so real. But then scenes like the sinking of the transport and the sea on fire full of sailors, just filmed to perfection, intense yet calm. The acting and script are second to none, the submariners could have well been really there and we would have never known. The ending has us sad for the crew and sub itself as after surviving such an encounter the allied aerial superiority ends the suds journey and the lives of many of the crew, including the lover captain. U-571 has nothing on this movie at all, it's just made up American propaganda, a small band of heroes against the German navy. Only downsides is the overly long running time, dubbing over, as that's all.
Paul D (fr) wrote: As British as it gets for a good gentle comedy and storyline set in rural England.
Spencer P (fr) wrote: Inventive, smart, well-acted, and psychologically intense, Strangers on a Train is another of Hitchcock's absolute best, and it features one of the most believably insane villains ever.
Laura S (gb) wrote: Mientras la historia la verdad no me gust tanto (combina casinos, Nazis, fraude, una amistad extraa, un amor obsesivo y una relacin amor-odio), la que si puedo decir que me encant, fue la Rita Hayworth. La escena del ministreptease est para recordarse <3
Kristin B (de) wrote: Awesome. I just re-watched after watching the new movie, and was not disappointed. Fun, fun, fun!