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Mark H (ag) wrote: Obviously the predicament that one's child is not your own would be traumatic news in and of itself. But placing the babies on either side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and you have a most interesting twist to further complicate matters. French director Lorraine Levy sidesteps a deep discussion of the heated beliefs that underlie the political situation there. Instead the setting allows her to address various topics from a very intimate, personal perspective. In this way, the script suggests political disagreements between countries are more the result of governments fighting and less a cause clbre of the actual citizens. This is a story about people. It asserts the idea that one's entire identity can be arbitrarily defined simply by geography. How that personality can change over time is also explored. If there is a failing, it's that the saga never fully resonates with the understanding needed to completely empathize with their plight. Despite the best of intentions, the setup feels slightly contrived. Although I was invested in their lives, I didn't experience the clarifying breakthrough that I felt the narrative required. Yet the performances still ring true. The sincerity of the actors elevate the plot past a mere concept created by a writer into a fascinating picture worth watching.
Greg W (gb) wrote: ok coming of age tale
Andreus D (mx) wrote: This film would've been better if not for the unnecessary changes from the book (including watering down the book's original message and, infamously, giving the Once-ler a face). I've never read the book myself, but after discovering people's opinions on this film involving the book and watching the film, I agree with the fans.
Jon H (jp) wrote: An interesting insight into the final days of Brian Jones, some good cinematography captures the tone of the era and in parts reminiscent of Blow Up and Performance in look. But looking right doesn't save this from feeling a little empty and whilst the actors pull off good performances, you care little for any of the characters as they have few redeeming qualities. I'm a big Paddy Considine fan, but there's little to grab on to here and he doesn't seem stretched. David Morrissey probably contributes the best performance overall. It's also blatantly obvious that the Stones wouldn't give them the rights to any of the music, hence a real absence of soundtrack which seems to compound the emptiness more.
Andr D (au) wrote: La segunda parte de la saga del detective Alex Cross (la primera parte es "Kiss The Girls") es otra cinta mediocre que no le hace justicia al personaje. Es una lastima que el detective Alex Cross (interpretado por el gran Morgan Freeman) se desperdicie de esta manera con un guin soso y una direccin sin identidad.
Grayson W (fr) wrote: Fear of a Black Hat is the "Spinal Tap" of hip-hop.... wait, too obvious?
Aaron B (br) wrote: Boring, but mostly fascinating.
Kane L (jp) wrote: i wasn't sure where this film was heading the moment i started watching it thats why i loved it so much. I became so hopelessly attached to the character, especially willard, and the movie emotionally attached me to a rat as well. The sympathy for the lead character is so coherent and in an odd way understandable, this film is far more than a dark, and creepy film but also one with a strong lead character and enough written power to be provocatively intense.
RA L (mx) wrote: S que se supone que est megaimpresionado con todas las cosas Eisenstein. Puedo decir que el tipo era un maestro estilizando sus tiros y generando una atmsfera pica... mas, como pelcula, la encontr excesivamente teatral. Las actuaciones y la orquestacin de muchas secuencias pertenecen a la poca silente. La msica de Prokofiev ayuda muchsimo. / I know that I should be ultra-impressed with all things Eisenstein. I can say the guy was a master in styling his shots and generating an epic atmosphere... but, as a movie, I found this excessively theatrical. The performances and the orchestration of many of its sequences belong to the silent era. Prokofiev's music helps a lot.
Alejandro C (gb) wrote: Sorry Minions los amo, pero esto fue aburrimiento