Rape! 13th Hour
A serial rapist takes on a young protégé to his craft as he is pursued by a homosexual gang seeking vengeance for an attack on their leader.
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Orlando O (kr) wrote: Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is a war drama that could have been so much more as a movie. It tries to be an emotional moving picture about a young army specialist Billy (Joe Alwyn) after a battle in Iraq that left him emotionally scarred from losing one of his own and from taking a life. Being home, he is conflicted with the images of war that is preventing him on trying to live a normal life. His sister Kathryn (Kristen Stewart) is trying to convince him to stay or see a doctor that can diagnose him for the trauma. While, his Sgt Dime (Garrett Hedlund) is trying to get them prepped to going back to Iraq after their thanksgiving football tour with a halftime walk during the Destiny Child's concert. The pro about the film, I am surprised to see Joe Alwyn delivering a semi decent performance as Billy Lynn. The way his character is trying to have a good time with his squad during the football event. But at the same time, he is struggling within. Even from his facial expressions, knowing that he is not entirely in peace. Being a first time on screen with this actor, I will say he did well for his first role on film. The con about the movie, I am disappointed with this film overall. Especially, being an Ang Lee film, I was expecting a little bit more from his direction. He tended to focus on delivering an impressive quality on the technical part of his filmmaking by shooting in 4k. With this film and setting, I felt like this was not as noticeable or worth talking about except it being clear and making these characters feel like a cut out cardboard. The narrative structure of the film was all over the place and the pacing was incoherent. Which made it difficult to have emotions for these characters, even though it was suppose to have those feelings. Made the movie overall very boring. Lets talk about the dull subplots, with movie studio producer Albert (Chris Tucker) trying to get the rights from Billy and his squad to make a movie about them and their bravery mission. I also thought the action sequence with Billy and his squad fighting in a battle had some terrible editing and direction. Billy Lynn is a war drama film that shows the struggles with PTSD and going back to war but Ang Lee's direction was so dull and disappointing. The film is very forgettable. Sad to say, because Joe Alwyn and the rest of the cast are talented but the script was all over the place with the halftime show, Billy's visit with the family, and his time in Iraq. I would not recommend it.
Ted W (mx) wrote: people love to hate Paul haggis. I don't know why. I am no philistine yet I loved Crash. I loved Third Person too, just not as much. it's more cohesive than crash, but not quite as moving. it really defies description without spoiling the plot.
Simon M (ru) wrote: is that you candy cane
Alex V (ru) wrote: Thanks for bringing me back to earth.
Kelsey K (kr) wrote: Who thought it was a good idea to make this movie? It become annoyingly self aware where you just want to screen "YES, WE KNOW YOU ARE A MOVIE!".
Andrew M (ru) wrote: Rush Hour 2 is just like the first Rush Hour. You still get all the action and comedy as the first one. Except that their is a new mission for Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Overall, this movie is pretty decent. I would suggest this movie.
Mario G (it) wrote: Ya no las hacen como antes...
David W (de) wrote: 21 Grams is saddening to see people struggle with their health and mental state. Benicio Del Toro, Naomi Watts, and Sean Penn give great performances
Fabio V (us) wrote: This movie felt to kiddish to me, but the idea and plot had more potential. I feel if it was fitted more for PG-13 audience it might of been better !
Bloodmarsh K (kr) wrote: Starts off disturbing, and right when you think you've found a winner, things turn into a complete mess. The twist ends up being as lame and predictable as the recent 'Devil.' However, it's not a complete waste of time.