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Teresa M (es) wrote: Slow burn, but worth it. This movie is great at building tension.
Danielle S (es) wrote: Fourteen year old Alyssa (Carly Schroeder: "The Lizzie McGuire Movie", "Firewall" ) has been living with her Grandmother (Academy Award Nominated Katharine Ross) since the death of her mother a year ago. Troubled and lost, it is decided she should go to the Bahamas to live with the father she never knew she had. Caught in the difficult realization of having a father, coupled with the adjustment to island culture, she seeks refuge in the discovery of the astonishing gift she has for communicating with dolphins. But when the powers-that-be threaten to close down her father's dolphin research facility, it is Alyssa and her wild cetacean friend who hold the key. There is so much natural beauty in the film and Eye of the Dolphin also kept my interest with character development and story line. The film depicts another aspect of interaction between humans and wild dolphins when it shows the tour boat captain bringing in tourists, then feeding the dolphins and letting his tourists swim with them. This type of "food provisioning habituation" of dolphins by tour operators is another thing the film, through Hawk, seems to be against. It certainly doesn't seem to be promoting it. The combination of Animals interacting with humans in family films has always been appealing to audiences and Carly Schroeder has both charisma and a genuiness about her that comes across beautifully on the big screen. But there is much more to this values based film, one that all parents with "tweens" and/or teens should love. Eye of the Dolphin is a true family drama about a parent and a child discovering each other and about communication. It also reminds me of some of the old family entertainment that we all watched as kids, Flipper and Swiss Family Robinson come to mind. The film has plenty of under water and dolphin scenes. A "must see" family film.
Kevin L (us) wrote: Hilarious and smartly written, Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story actually managed to adapt the digression-filled classic novel with great homage
Mitch H (ru) wrote: This was a great film that I'm surprised I had never seen. This was a great drama with a lot of heart. I can definitely see why the cast got nominated. Djimon Hounsou stole the film with his portrayal of Moteo, a frustrated artist dying of AIDS. But that shouldn't surprise me because he is an amazing actor. So if you're down to see an amazing drama with a diverse cast I would highly recommend this film.
Tyler M (us) wrote: Just let it slip on by. Ah, I see you want to know why anyone would want to watch this. Well the answer is, I don't have a clue. I really don't have a clue. The Story: A shy girl falls for and becomes obsessed with a local rock star in a small town... That's about all there is to it, it's her trying to get his attention and then the two of them trying make a life for themselves. It looks fairly generic, and moves slowly. It's supposed to be a comedy drama, but the comedic parts are few and far between, and the characters often times seem too absurd, but the absurd characters match the absurd storyline. Not that a shy girl can't fall for a rock star, it's just the way the story unfolds that makes it seem outlandish and ridiculous. It's just another case of the could've beens. It could have been so much more, but it's like all its ambitions came to a crashing halt before it even started. The Cast: Lili Taylor, Guy Pearce... Lili Taylor is Evie Decker, you guessed it, she's the shy girl. As generic as the next one, she lives with her father alone and shares a modest life, as she's stuck in a dead end job, searching for love. Her performance is just bad, I know for a fact that she can act, so it's not that she's a bad actress, it's just that this is one bad performance. When I see a romance movie I want to fall in love the character, but in this case I just fell asleep. Guy Pearce is Drumstrings Casey... Yeah, Drumstrings Casey... I told you this film was absurd and ridiculous... But anyway, he's the generic rock star. Looking a lot like Val Kilmer in The Doors movie, just not acting as well or being as charismatic. Same goes for Pearce, I know for a fact that he's a good actor, I don't know what the problem is here, but he gives an off key performance. Two generics don't make a winning cast. Let's just blame it on bad writing. One to Five Scale: 2 Looks bland, sounds bland, feels bland...You know, I think this film is boring...Ha, you thought I was going to say bland. Looks like I got you...The point is this film is full of generic and ridiculous ideas. Tyler
Helena M (jp) wrote: A bit boring, waste of time.
Kristy P (ca) wrote: Eh. Not much to say on this one. Pretty lame new-teenager-has-cool-adventure type movie.
Gordon I (ca) wrote: Maybe my favorite film he's ever directed. It's, like, really really good.
Tyler S (fr) wrote: The crew of the Starship Enterprise (or more like the crew of a stolen Klingon ship) must go back in time to bring back two humpback whales so that the whales can talk to a strange life form destroying Earth...yea it sounds stupid but this movie is actually surprisingly good, or at least enjoyable. It also takes off right after the events of the last film "The Search for Spock" and completes the "sorta" trilogy that began in Wrath of Khan, I love that it still deals with the problems caused in the last two films, but has a more comical and lighthearted main plot so that those things don't bog it down. I'm not saying I didn't like the seriousness of the other two films but I like how it is a trilogy that goes the opposite of how most trilogies are, it starts off epic, than gets darker and than gets lighter...if that makes any sense. Anyways fun movie, if you like Star Trek you'll love it, it's well directed by Nimoy and it has well done "fish out of water" no pun intended (seriously no pun intended whales are mammals not fish), comedy.
brandon w (jp) wrote: director h.b. halicki has got to be the best car movie director ever
Paul K (es) wrote: A great action movie from John Woo. Like an Asian Sam Peckinpah, he paints iconic pictures about male friendship and decorates with blood and action.
Tim S (it) wrote: Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell is the last in a series of Frankenstein-related movies from Hammer Productions. Peter Cushing is in the central role, of course, but we also have a nice performance from Shane Briant and the always gorgeous Madeline Smith. David Prowse plays the monster to the best of his abilities, but the costume that he's given is sort of limiting as to what he can do. The movie has some nice atmosphere to it being that it's set in an insane asylum. Unfortunately it doesn't bring a whole lot to the table but mediocrity, although it's not quite as bad as people make it out to be. It's good enough for what it is, which is just in the middle. It's a nice effort, but could have used a little more.
Dan K (it) wrote: Amazing noir film from Samuel Fuller. Loved watching this unfold.
Jeff B (es) wrote: Bob and Bing manage to get jobs as deep sea divers looking for a lost treasure. Well, Zanzibar didn't have enough laughs, and this one had too many. Except the problem with this one was that most of the laughs were so forced, and there was absolutely no plot. This felt like it was a variety show from the 50s, and the sets looked like something from Gilligan's Island. Sure, there were a few laughs, but this one started getting too over the top.
JHIMIAH S (mx) wrote: BLIND LOVEIn the movie titanic rose and jack lifted the eyes of the young and old by their love. The couple are my interest peek of the movie. The fact that rose feels lonely and unheard and not really seen as a woman makes jack even more of a hero to me. He shows her life. She went from being this sad invisible girl that doesn't have a mind of her own into a ballsy woman. He truly adored her and made her feel like she had a mind of her own and could be free and alive. I don't think his character was made to be only her love interest or the one that opened her eyes to love. I think he was created to empower her and make her see the world in its true form. Jack is treated like a boot licker or less than. In the movie he shows that he is way more than that. He is very intelligent and can be one with how rose is accustomed to living. He enjoys the fruits in life and understands that not all fruit will stay fresh forever. Rose empowered him made him become a man not only in his eyes but in the eyes of the ones that watched the movie. He took the chance of going after a women that could have gotten him into a lot of trouble. He called her out on the things that he knew she really didn't feel were like her but of someone else's. He challenged her to be free and be her true self. Trust her heart and forget about what is expected of her. In the end she had plenty of chances to fall back into what she was used to. What could have even been safer. And in return for her following her heart and being true to herself he made sure that she knew that he loved her and that she was going to be something more than what she was told she was going to be.
Joao G (ca) wrote: No sei que mandinga (C) essa que tem no sangue da famlia Renoir. O que importa (C) que os resultados so... encantadores. :-DMAN!, Jean Renoir, acho, faz o cinema de hoje parecer to... pequeno...:-)
Sophia H (mx) wrote: Amazing romance movie with an incredible cast. Have seen it multiple times, each time it is even better!