After the India of Varanasi’s boatmen, the American desert of the dropouts, and the Mexico of the killers of drugtrade, Gianfranco Rosi has decided to tell the tale of a part of his own country, roaming and filming for over two years in a minivan on Rome’s giant ring road—the Grande Raccordo Anulare, or GRA—to discover the invisible worlds and possible futures harbored in this area of constant turmoil. Elusive characters and fleeting apparitions emerge from the background of the winding zone: a nobleman from the Piemonte region and his college student daughter sharing a one-room efficiency in a modern apartment building along the GRA.
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(au) wrote: Surprisingly good. Don't let the title fool you.
(br) wrote: An amazing action film. It has some of the best martial arts I've seen in a movie for a while. The story isn't complicated so its easy to follow along and its constantly getting more and more intense. Great movie
(de) wrote: Great Movie. Very tense in the last 30 minutes. Exceptional acting performance from Jessica Chastain.
(au) wrote: Chelsea: After he got off the phone, we made out for a while and then he asked me to masturbate, which I did. Then he masturbated while watching me. He made another appointment for November 3rd."See it with someone you ****"The Girlfriend Experience is another one of Steven Soderbergh's experimental films. It is in the style of a movie like Bubble more then a movie like Ocean's 11. He filmed it on a small budget in a matter of two weeks with a cast that has never acted before(except Sasha Grey, but her normal films include deep throating or anal). It's extremely short and also feels like the audience is distanced from the characters. The movie doesn't do the audiences any favors when it comes to excitement. The movie is all about thought and character, and could be off-putting in that respect.A "sophisticated escort" goes about her life and we watch it take place. She has a boyfriend who is okay with the whole thing, but he seems to want it to stop through his dialogue. He hints at it, but doesn't just come out and say it. The plot is really not there. It's more just a character driven movie that has some statements to say about the Obama/McCain race and the crumbling economy. This whole movie is Chelsea's and the brunt of the film falls squarely on Sasha Grey's fingers. So did she deliver? Well, sorta. She wasn't half bad, and because of that, it's the same with the movie as a whole; it wasn't half bad.In the end, I always have fun seeing a Soderbergh film for the first time and The Girlfriend Experience was no different. It wasn't a masterpiece by any stretch, but it was a decent little experiment. Not as good as Bubble, but still pretty good. I'm always open to movies like The Girlfriend Experience though; especially when someone like Soderbergh is directing. These type of experimental movies can be some of the most realistic movies you'll ever watch. Soderbergh's Bubble and Van Sant's Elephant and Paranoid Park are movies that come to mind. The only thing that is lacking in The Girlfriend Experience to create that same realistic effect are the performances. The Girlfriend Experience's performances just aren't good enough to create it.
(de) wrote: Lolita (Marilou Berry) is a talented, twenty-year old singer and daughter of the famous Etienne Cassard (Jean-Pierre Bacri), a beloved author and publisher that she routinely guilt trips into getting what she wants. Lolita is also fat, which carries a stigma in the Paris world her father inhabits, thanks largely to his hottie wife (Virginie Desarnauts). And so Lolita goes through life largely ignored. The men who profess to like her only use her to get close to her father, as does Sylvia (Agnes Jaoui, who also acts as director and co-writer), her music teacher, whose husband Pierre (Laurent Grevill) is a struggling novelist who can benefit from Etienne.Jaoui, directing her second feature (after 2000's The Taste of Others), expertly captures the stings and frustration that come with being closely connected with success. Her script that she co-wrote Bacri, also her real life husband, is rich in telling detail and nuance. The rest of the cast is just as amazing, especially Berry who uses her talents and art as a way to fight against being a victim. The film is an astonishing achievement, full of stinging wit, one that takes stock of how small betrayals can add up to major emotional bruises.
(us) wrote: I didn't know Joseph Gordon-Levitt was in this.
(fr) wrote: little bit strange movie, not that much action.. more about how people move along with their lives after loosing somebody dear and about twists in life.
(gb) wrote: Marathon Man never quite could elevate itself than your average pot boiler type thriller despite the excellent performances and able direction. Though it tries to be secretive, compartmentalizing and strategically letting in on information to the viewers, I could not find it intriguing enough to sit on the edge. The cloak and dagger stuff is predictable and poorly executed and the scenes inserted to just get the screenplay and plot moving are laughable. Doc (Roy Scheider) is a Government operative in pursuit of some diamonds stashed by a Nazi War criminal Szell (Laurence Olivier) dubbed the White Angel. Babe (Dustin Hoffman) is a history student and a younger brother to Doc, he is also practicing to participate in a full marathon and meets a beautiful girl of foreign origin Elsa (Marthe Keller). One day Doc falls into Babe's doorstep with a stab wound and succumbs before he tells anything. Babe is then abducted, tortured and pursued to spit out what Doc has revealed in his final moments. A scene in the first 15 minutes where two old men has a road rage is one of the worst scenes I have come across. The entire story runs on the paranoia of Szell regarding the safety of his diamonds and the way they came up for portraying it is by Szell saying he is paranoid about the safety of his diamonds. Occasionally it gets loud and irrational (large help from Hoffman's character) and I never made me bothered to feel what is going to come next. The character Elsa does not do enough justification considering the screen time. Scheider gives a calculated and reliable performance while Hoffman is inconsistent. The scene of Szell walking by the Jewish market was effective but could have raised the pulse had it been longer or if could have been the climax. The climax was very badly done depicting a cheap B-movie. Bloated runtime, missing intrigue blows the cover
(ag) wrote: hitchcock's most underrated film. i love this movie- every aspect is excellent. this is a rare case of the critics being right in their rankings and the audience ratings wrong....usually it's the other way around.
(nl) wrote: Gilliam went full Gilliam. Pretty weird.
(au) wrote: A fascinating story well done!