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(br) wrote: From feted Iranian master Abbas Kiarostami comes a tender portrait about the unlikely sparks that fly between a student-prostitute and her client, an educated old professor. Through Kiarostami's sensitive gaze, nothing is what it seems. An encounter that could have been awkwardly sleazy turns into a surprisingly affecting (and amusing) look at the importance of make-believe, i.e. the lies we tell and the masks we put on, to protect our loved ones and to attain (self-delusional) contentment.
(mx) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]Based on a true story, "Walkout" takes place in East Los Angeles in 1968 where Paula(Alexa Vega) is an A student set to graduate in a few months from Lincoln High School where she is one of the few expected to go to college. Still, she is unsure of her future plans which is complicated by her father(Yancey Arias) not granting permission to attend the Chicano Leadership Conference in Malibu, which is advised by her history teacher, Sal Castro(Michael Pena). But her mother(Laura Harring) signs the permission slip anyway. It is there that she meets recruiters from local colleges, activists and students from other predominantly Chicano high schools in the city.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]One of the reasons why "Walkout" excels so well, is that it is not just Paula's story; it is the story of an entire community of high school students coming of age in a single moment. The movie takes its time to build to it, starting with small signs of de facto segregation and institutionalized racism which not only include the locked bathrooms and corporal punishment for speaking Spanish but also the students' ignorance of their heritage. In reacting against this, director Edward James Olmos starts his film about a forgotten piece of history by having Mr. Castro talk about Chicano history which the students are unaware of.(Is it any surprise that Ronald Reagan was governor of Califonia when this movie is set? It sure would explain the red baiting and the media manipulation...) Not only is education important for this reason, but also for the chance to attend college, so these students can have a better life than their parents while also avoiding dying in the senseless war of Vietnam.[/font]
(kr) wrote: Another good one from the Muppets, though I was a little disappointed that only a select few Muppets got any role time in this one.
(br) wrote: Be prepared to spend the rest of the day depressed.
(nl) wrote: New Jack is one of the best action-packed films that stands out to be a masterpiece. All actors did an outstanding job. It's story is just as unique like any other gangster film. A classic that can never be forgotten or replaced.
(br) wrote: The Front Lawn Brawl will always be a Classic Fight Scene. ???????????
(jp) wrote: An okay film if you're looking to kill some time but not one I would specifically recommend.
(nl) wrote: The only movie worth watching about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Historically accurate.
(ru) wrote: Really good western. Soundtrack and Direction was exceptional.
(ru) wrote: Eva Dahlbeck is simply amazing. Thulin and Andersson are great too, but Dahlbeck really won me over. She provides the film's most devastating moment, one of the most heart-wrenching and sorrowful scenes I've ever seen in a Bergman film. I also get such a kick out of Max Von Sydow when he's playing an upbeat character. A film not without flaws, but rewarding nonetheless.
(au) wrote: I remember seeing the trailer for this when I was 11/12 years old. I thought is was going to be a solid action flick, but I was wrong when I saw it on DVD. It could of been a masterpiece if the directing, acting, script, and historical accuracy was done right. Roland Emmerich would not be my first choice to direct this. If I would choose a director, I would pick either Peter Jackson or Ridley Scott.
(mx) wrote: Long, drawn out and lacking much purpose.
(nl) wrote: This was a good movie...just as good as the others.
(fr) wrote: A very creepy and thrilling horror remake.
(fr) wrote: Light Hearted Nostalgia Pic Pre-Packaged For The Alternitive 20-Somethings. It Doesn't Take Itself Too Seriously So Works Well...But Nothing Too Special. Just Run Of The Mill Rom-Com Drama.
(de) wrote: Don't let the score discourage you if you are an atheist. You'll be thinking a lot of "yep, that's what happens" moments.