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Robert B (gb) wrote: Enter the Void is an amazing film and a unique experience. It is refreshing to watch a film that is challenging and conveys an author's vision. Recommended to those who crave the extraordinary.
Ben A (us) wrote: Touching in places, an insight into the lives of ordinary people.
Lori B (nl) wrote: It should certainly come as a surprise to no one that Jim Jarmusch is an admirer of this movie. Here is a movie in crisp black and white that observes at its own pace, not in a hurry to get anywhere, content to just take it in with long takes, cut into an array of tracking shots, close ups and fades, long shots, and even a bit of magic with a handheld. This is one visually stunning movie, a film to be savored just for its technique. I rewound the perspective-bending shot of the whale truck pulling into town four or five times. I have never seen anything like it, and it fascinated me.I must warn those who have not yet seen this movie that it does not have a plot in a traditional sense. It follows its characters around in something of a day-in-the-life sense, but the theme, it seems to me, is more universal. I'm not entirely sure how to describe the universality of the theme, but if you actually make it through the entire movie, I think you will see it too.
Yuri B (it) wrote: Everybody was cool in this... even Ice-T.
Ali S (br) wrote: This is one of those films that tries entirely too hard to be funny. If it had just played on the neurosis of its main character and the odd situation that he was in as he searched for his birth parents, it would have been entertaining. However, instead it throws in so many curve balls that instead of a comedy of errors, it becomes complete and total chaos.I did enjoy seeing a young Ben Stiller who is clearly giving it everything he got. Unfortunately, the supporting cast doesn't pitch in and the writing and direction does nothing to help.
Tea R (gb) wrote: Ovo mi je bio samo uvod u ono sto me tek ceka. Presmijesni su im skecevi i radujem se ostalim uratcima. Ako hocete komediju, znate da ste na pravom putu :)
Art S (us) wrote: Robert Mitchum plays up his "bad boy" charm as a "transporter" running illegal moonshine across the South in a souped up 1950 Ford. Mitchum also produced and co-wrote the title song (not the Bruce Springsteen song, which only stole its title from this film) and no doubt selected his son, James, to play his younger brother. You'll need to set aside the unusual move that sees Mitchum still playing a kid at 40 but that's probably not all that requires suspension of disbelief here. Yet the action sequences, with the Feds and some crooked mobsters chasing Mitchum, feel authentic and so too do some of the Southern locations (filmed in and around Asheville, North Carolina). I hear this is a "cult classic" and I don't think it warrants that status but it's not bad. If only the rest of the acting was on Mitchum (Senior)'s level.
Mark R (de) wrote: This early screwball comedy only really worked when the screwballs (John Barrymore and Carole Lombard) share the screen. However, they are seperated far too often, with Lombard being offscreen for nearly a half hour in the middle of the film.
Brendan J (fr) wrote: A beautiful genesis story.