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KirstieAlice B (jp) wrote: I only managed to watch twenty-five minutes of this before turning it off. Sleasy and laughable, even though it's not a comedy. Avoid!!
Soheni N (nl) wrote: really great movie. deserves to be watched by every single citizen in india, bangladesh, and pakistan. this needs to happen in real life with every police board in these countries. they need to change their ways bigtime.
Jack S (nl) wrote: Such a bad movie, it was hilarious! The final "reveal" was so easy to see
William G (us) wrote: Doc showcases prolific author Harlan Ellison through his own anecdotes and no-gruff attitude.
Eric J (ru) wrote: I wasn't a big fan of this film, there was some good action but this was the only strong point of the film.
Ed Y (ag) wrote: This was not an Oscar type film. It was not my usual fare. Claudia Harrison made it for me. A movie about oyster farmers was truly offbeat. I did not understand most of the dialog due to the accents. Nevertheless, I stayed entranced because of Claudia. She should definitely be in more movies.
Richard S (au) wrote: A movie about the horrors of the McCarthy error. Annette Bening and Robert De Niro are just magic together.
SagaciousFrank (ru) wrote: 'Jaws' is a classic example of a masterpiece in cinematic movie making. I watched it on the remastered Blu-ray edition today for the first time since I last watched it probably 15 years ago either on VHS or DVD. It's a film I've so rarely seen that I'd almost forgot the main and finer details and indeed the plot developments which happen over the entire course of its 2 hour run time. I'd forgotten who the sharks victim's were and how the film ended. In fact, I almost completely forgotten the last third of the film until today.For some films, time does not treat them well, and there are certain 'classics' ('Once Upon a Time in America'/'The Deer Hunter' to name two) which are not particularly good. I feared this would this would be the case with Jaws, especially as I could barely remember any of it, indicating that my viewing of it was a forgettable experience. Well, that assumption couldn't have been further from the truth. The direction and cinematography are (still) outstanding, the story is paced nicely provided a few jumps and plenty of tension and suspense along the way. The acting is solid from all the cast, and the main protagonists are all likeable and memorable in their own (often midly quirky) way. Clearly I wasn't paying attention when I watched 'Jaws' all those years ago! I was also surprised to learn just how good the effects and the formidable shark have stood the test of time.Of further note, the remastered Blu-ray is probably one of the best I've had the pleasure to experience. Spielberg and Co. were on the board for this remaster, and it clearly shows. The picture quality, and all that entails, is superb for a film of this age, but what utterly stunned me was just how well they remixed and remaster the audio. Due to the fact that this film was produced and released (1975) in the 70's, it's hardly surprising that the original track was produced in mono. The Blu-ray remix and remaster is now in 7.1, but this is probably the only remix of a film of this age that works this well, at least on my experience. Most of the remix is largely front heavy (with the exception of the superb musical score) but it provides excellent and natural spacing. But there are also occasional (when the scenes call for it) nicely placed discrete effects that really brings the viewer into the scene. The dialogue is also super clear but not tinny or abrasive like some dialogue recording of a similar era. Quite simply, like the film itself, this is a remaster that defies the test of time and sounds much more modern than it is. 5/5
Tom H (au) wrote: nice 80`s horror film. Lane Smith`s eyes creeped me out, he looked evil as hell.
sangare s (au) wrote: je serai trs content
Justin B (us) wrote: It feels like a string of short stories lovingly adapted from the comic books, though translated to film it feels a bit oddly paced and conveyed. However, it aptly displays who Superman is and what he stands for, making it seem like you are witnessing the best that humanity has to offer. Minding the slightly unbelievable comic plotlines, this film is one any Superman fan needs to see.
Rameshwar I (de) wrote: A very engaging and provocative movie that deals with multiple themes like racial prejudice, discrimination, carelessness of law and loneliness all engulfed inside a central crime thriller plot. What works even better is the character development which is elevated even beautifully by Rod Steiger's masterful performance. While the additional layers are well written and even well executed, the central plot lacks the required thriller element partially due to emotional disconnect with the victim, leisure progress of this plot and way too many distractions. Officer Sam Wood (Warren Oates) comes across a deceased body of a rich business man on the road during his scheduled patrol in the night. He duly informs Chief Gillespie (Rod Steiger) who takes over and orders Sam to keep a check on some usual notorious places. Sam finds a black man with a fat purse waiting to get on a train. Coming from a racist southern town, Sam duly hauls the black man to the station without even questioning him marking him as a prime suspect. When the chief finds the black man Virgil Tibbs (Sidney Poitier) to be a police officer from North and that too one of the best Homicide experts, he reluctantly requests his help in turn mounting the wrath of the town on him. It is a movie with extreme highs and a moderate lows. While the conversations between Rod Steiger and Sidney Poitier are electrifying, the general behavior of the town is provocative and many external plot elements inducing the required urgency for a thriller, the general progression of the central plot is hampered by a leisure screenplay and too many distractions. The climax revelation needed to be a lot more intelligent given the buildup. Rod Steiger's Academy win is one the most unconventional and well deserved I have come across. Apart from Rod Steiger, Sidney Poitier and briefly by Lee Grant and Larry Gates, the host of other supporting characters performances were too ordinary. Some of the memorable scenes that impressed me 1) Tibbs consoling Mrs. Colbert 2) Tibbs altercation with Endicott and Chief Gillespie's response to that. 3) Chief Gillespie's personal confession about loneliness 4) Climax parting scene The complex premise and masterful performances elevates the simple dull plot
Bill B (es) wrote: Working my way through a recently released boxset, I finally came to this one and while I had vague memories of liking it, I was forced to realize, this was the least interesting of the original trilogy of films. Maybe it's the characters, maybe it's the addition of children and making it feel more like an adventure story than a brutal fight for survival, but this one left me fairly cold.Worth a look, but you're better served revisiting one of the other movies in the series.