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Ripples of Desire
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Tim C (nl) wrote: They could have done more with it but it was an interesting concept
Naqsh M (us) wrote: Worst ever film of Salman khan.
David L (de) wrote: A wonderful film, a celebration of the magic of photography.
Christopher B (jp) wrote: Experimental film with a good lead performance. It's weird, which is usually a good thing in my books, but it never really seems to go anywhere. Worth a look if you like this kind of thing, it's never boring.
Brendan S (br) wrote: This is without a doubt one of my favorite animated movies ever. One of the few movies that gives me a new experience everytime i watch it. Ive seen it about 10 times in my life and it still feels fresh.
007 W (es) wrote: Shaun of the dead is the best comedy of the year, it's great
kay r (us) wrote: 21 GramsMovie ReviewSome movies are like a novel. Some movies are like a poem. Some films have flashbacks and flash-forwards. Some, like "Memento," stretch the boundaries of convention and take wild risks such as moving the drama from the end to the beginning. "21Grams" is a cinematic poetic explosion, shaking all the pieces hard as hell, and then tossing them in the air to fall at random. Directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, he gives the audience the puzzle unraveled, demanding that we piece together the story from interlaced past, present and future events. It is part flashy gimmick, part artistic mastery, but always compelling. The story revolves around people drawn together due to an accident, a death, and a donated heart.This is not a film for either the faint of heart or lazy of mind. Nor is it for those who become frustrated by film that dares to step outside the linear plot and paint-by-numbers formula. The mishmash of past/present/future is allegorical in the sense that we all carry our past, all hinge our hearts on the future, and all struggle with a "present" as dotty and haunted as this film so wildly illustrates.In "21 Grams" it is required that the viewer surrender. As in life, there is no control. I must admit that I became a bit antsy and pressed for answers when none were being provided. You are riveted by events and players that intermingle in a haphazard mishmash of time with a rebellious lack of structure. You can either go with the flow-or back out to your car. Since I saw only one person exit the theater, for any reason, in the 125 minutes running time, I conclude that the fully occupied theater was as riveted as I was, even to the point of extreme bladder control. The performances are stunning. Sean Penn is always good, Benicio Del Toro solidifies his Oscar, and Naomi Watts is the big talent to watch. Her emotional honesty is beyond acting-I believed her to feel the pain she displayed.The "plot" almost seems inconsequential. The film is about the depth of human feeling in our brief interplay between living and dying. It's about damnation and redemption, revenge and forgiveness, surrender and salvation. It offers no explanations. It merely illustrates the human experience in a trenchant manner that makes us aware that every minute of every day is a precarious drama that we look upon more lightly than we should.The dramatic cortex is the human heart-lost, gained, tormented, anguished and confused. The metaphorical context is the fleeting nature of each heart's temporal beat and our desperately valiant struggle to flesh out our mortal hearts' desires.
Sonia P (de) wrote: Great cast, funny too
Deb S (br) wrote: Detective Wade Handler (Benjamin Bratt) is assigned to investigate the disappearance of gorgeous rich guy/ student Embry Larkin (Charlie Hunnam) who vanished two years ago. Wade looks for Embry's former girlfriend, Katie Burke (Katie Holmes), a supposedly irresistible 'Man Killer' whose sweet, beautiful facade no male can resist. Katie is aggressively competing for a job at a prestigious firm after graduation and under a lot of pressure, completing her thesis, while having sessions with her psychiatric, Dr. David Schaffer (Tony Goldwyn). It is no surprise when Bratt falls for her 'jailbait' cuteness and accepts her word when she says Embry broke up with her, just before he disappeared...and again believes her when she says that Embry had reappeared and is threatening her, despite the fact that nobody else in college sees him! As the film crawls towards its predictable conclusion, her obvious schizophrenia, and flashy camera angles attempting to pass as 'suspense' pad out the story leading to the climactic scene with history about to repeat itself!
L F (mx) wrote: "My cat can eat a whole watermelon" ~ HA!
Chrisanne S (ru) wrote: Nice to see some of the old faces again but it is a bit slow.
Andrew G (de) wrote: The Doctor Who TV series is one of the most popular on British Television, but the two films based on the Doctor Who series are highly inferiour. Dr Who and the Daleks is boring, dull and has none of the loveable story that makes people love the TV Series. The Doctor as a human and the Daleks only just resembling the original counterparts of the Television Series are just the tip of this unpleasent film.
Aleksandar J (ag) wrote: Uopste necu da trosim previse recenica na opisivanje ovog kineskog SMECA. Dvije stvari su kljucne: 1) Film LAZE, tj. NE ISPORUCUJE ono obecano u naslovu i 2) SVE u filmu je potpuno katastrofalno, a pogotovo rekordno kretenizovan scenario u kojem se herojski (citaj: tupavi) policajac 6 i kusur godina bori protiv jezive zlocinacke organizacije, samo da bi se u posljednjih 20 minuta filma iz cista mira pojavio SASVIM DESETI glavni negativac. Glupost ovog filma je vrlo tesko dostici i savjetujem vam da ga izbjegnete u sirokom luku. You have been warned.
Lori B (it) wrote: It's beautifully filmed, and it's interesting in that it is an obvious send up of a lot of different genres. But unfortunately this early 1990's Woody Allen movie doesn't quite mesh into anything particularly coherent, and it probably echos the confusion of Allen's personal life at the time. It's a shame because the cast and the cinematography are wonderous, but this movie does not do the talents of its various components justice.