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Brian C (ca) wrote: What the hell is this crap. Surreal nonsense, incomprehensible dialog and a storyline that makes zero sense whatsoever.Complete mess.
Maksim B (gb) wrote: An overly pretentious attempt to copy the typical Wes Anderson's production, The Longest Week is a blunt, uninteresting and heartless romantic comedy. Its artificial narrative and lack of characters development make it a sort of unfinished late-coming-of-age story that fails to reward the patient viewers even if the presence of Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde brings a bit of sweet freshness.Conrad Vamont (Jason Bateman) is the 40-year old son of billionaires who has a super luxurious life paid by his parents without having to work or to do any efforts for one single day. When his parents are on the verge of a divorce, he finds himself disinherited, jobless, with no money and no home. But this is when he also falls in love with Beatrice (Olivia Wilde). Broke, living at his friend and not telling the truth, Conrad is having the most remarkable week in his life.Certainly, there is screen chemistry between Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde and their romance could have been much more intriguing if it was not lost between pretentious, but meaningless dialogues which do nothing to change the overall feeling of watching a heartless movie. In addition to this, the second sub-plot line is also completely underdeveloped. The late-coming-of-age story surrounding the 40-year old Conrad is simply blunt and lacking any dramatic or emotional load. One would expect that Bateman would undergo a personal catharsis but this never quite happens. In the end, having all this in mind, one would feel as 86 minutes of his/her life were spent on watching stylish sequences, slick dialogues between the trio Bateman-Wilde-Billy Crudup and a sort of production that awfully resembles the ones of Wes Anderson (but without the typical dark, thought-provoking humor). That would probably annoy some among the audience, while others would prefer to quickly forget this poor directorial effort of Peter Glanz. Do not waste your time with this movie.
elista s (gb) wrote: Just really bad. Really bad. The only saving grace is that Charlize Theron crushes it. She's great and it makes everyone else look even worse.
David M (mx) wrote: Journalists descend into the Closed off Australian tunnel system in oder to investigate an apparent government coverup and the disappearance of homeless people who were living in the tunnels. This is a horror/suspense style movie done in a combination of found footage style and (fake) documentary.I thought it was good overall however I strongly feel that the movie would have been better done traditionally rather than as found footage/documentary. Also I found the first 1/3 or so of the movie to be somewhat boring and uneventful. I know the goal was to build up the characters but I feel that should have been done in the first ten minutes rather than the first 30 minutes. As for the story I felt it was lacking a little. Everything was well done but I would have preferred some sort of twist or unexpected surprise at the end. I would have like to hear more about the story behind the "monster" present and that sort of thing.Bottomline: Decent film if you like found footage/documentary style horror/suspense. If you find yourself too bored during the first 30 minutes maybe fast forward as it does get a bit better. Don't watch this movie expecting an intriguing story because you won't find it, ironically.
Adam M (br) wrote: When you see the cover of this(my copy anyway) and you see "As funny as Shaun of the Dead. More horrific than Severance" and then look at the back and see that it "has nods to Peter Jacksons early films", you get excited, expecting a hilarious yet scary and very gory horror with a strong story at its centre so its a bit disappointing when you get an occassionally funny film with just a few jumps, a few gory moments and an ok but nothing special story! Its not bad, 2 people who have not long to live are brought together at a drug trial in a hospital where a murder happened but theres been some dodgy cover ups. This has its moments and Jessica Grace Smith is a sexy lady and the 3 main guys from the brilliant Flight of the Choncords are in this so if you like that, check this out. If your a horror fan though, this is passable but nothing great.
Jason B (ru) wrote: This movie looks really funny if your a fan of kevin smith movies or comics in general
Private U (es) wrote: WATCH THIS MOVIE NOW!!! I have it, you borrow it from me. We drink and laugh. Wee!
Princess S (jp) wrote: WHAT THE [email protected]#K!!!!!!!
Aisha S (gb) wrote: One of the best movies by Subhash Ghai.
METALHAMMER G (kr) wrote: El reflejo absoluto de la miseria mexicana en una novela arabe, bien actuada y dirigida, no pueden dejar de verla.
Mayda A (ru) wrote: I'm just impressed with the beauty of this movie. It feels like two regular people talking rather than actors playing a part. I'm just so in love with how these people are falling in love and the deeper meaning of romance. It's a definitely a must watch -- Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy look as if they're actually falling for each other.
Charles G (nl) wrote: I had mixed feelings about this movie. I would watch this on a day when you have nothing else to do.
Brad T (es) wrote: Superb cinema!! The FX are right on, and for the most part, organic. The ambiance is what sets it apart, wonderfully scored!! One of the best of its kind!
Sarah M (fr) wrote: Me and my sisters love this movie, we grew up watching it over and over agein. We cant even stop singing the songs! My favorite part is when their dancing in the soda shop,and my favorite song would be ALL of them.
Andrew L (ru) wrote: This is a really strange movie that no one remembers. Try naming five people you know who have seen this movie. After reading about it on IMDb, I became curious. I mean, if it wasn't for Groucho, I don't know if I would have even considered this movie. Unfortunately, it was unavailable on VHS or DVD. But I knew I would see it one day. And that day finally came when I typed "Skidoo, Groucho" into the search engine on YouTube. I was shocked. There it was. I watched it. It was a really interesting movie. I mean what other movies have Jackie Gleason and Groucho Marx on acid, or Carol Channing doing a striptease. However, it is not top 250 material. But I saw this movie, because I love movies with an all-star cast. And what an all-star cast indeed: Jackie Gleason, Carol Channing, Frankie Avalon, Cesar Romero, George Raft, Burgess Meredith, Peter Lawford, Arnold Stang, Frank Gorshin, Slim Pickens, and of course, Groucho Marx. If you ever get the chance to see this movie, watch it. It's a strange movie, and you will finish it thinking "Huh?" But it is an interesting movie, and it is fairly enjoyable.
Michael H (fr) wrote: Routine Spaghetti Western.Roger Ebert's 1969 review includes this canny observation: "Van Cleef's face, in closeup, has the lean, hardened, embittered expression of a man who has either (a) been pursuing his lonely vengeance across the plains of the West for 30 years, or (b) realizes he will be making spaghetti Westerns the rest of his life."
Private U (nl) wrote: The poster is rubbish!!! But the movie itself is really romantic
M H (kr) wrote: An interesting if not slightly frustrating tale of a minor apocalyptic event. Also, yes a bunch of overprivileged yuppie hippie wannabes would do most of the dumb things many of the characters did in the film.
Johnathon W (jp) wrote: So-so entry in the franchise that is enjoyable on first viewing but doesn't really amount to much. Craig Sheffer gives an intense but over-the-top performance in the lead role, along with excellent support from character actors like James Remar & Nicolas Turturro. The highlight is still Doug Bradley as Pinhead, even if the film doesn't feature him that much. Behind the camera, Scott Derrickson directs an atmospheric & creepy film (gives one hope for Dr. Strange, which Marvel has tapped him to direct) but the story never comes together, and Sheffer's Joseph is never given any reason to sympathize with him. Plus, the twist ending doesn't quite fit and it doesn't feel like a Hellraiser film in general (reportedly this was an original script that was changed to fit the franchise). Solid on first view, but doesn't hold up to much.