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Aaron C (jp) wrote: sweet romantic story of 2 parallel lives that almost would not have met. the old couple acted better than the young one. the musty books made me feel nostalgic.
Adam R (it) wrote: The Bible must ban quality filmmaking somewhere, because Christian evangelicals seem completely incapable of directing, screenwriting or acting. Where're the dramatic arcs? Could we get some sort of character development or even complexity?Landau does a poor Salieri impression as Armie Hammer's Billy Graham grins like that guy from the Enzyte commercials. It turns out that Benson has spent his career directing occasional TV episodes, which isn't at all surprising after seeing the staged, humorless job he did here. Billy Graham flopped the first time he preached, so maybe this is just a test of his faith before he goes on to become a famous filmmaker. I doubt it.
Brian M (br) wrote: Sort of a modern day Jonathan Swift, Tosh is funny by taking controversial social issues to their extremes.
Cheryl C (kr) wrote: did watch all but was normal chiller tv low budget film
Stevie S (nl) wrote: holyfuckingshit it's Krycek! I guess homie took a break from the X-files to make this masterpiece. bwahahaha it's so 90's, I love it! I'm nostalgiaing so hard right now. I specifically remember going to see this movie for my 12th birthday. pretty sure it was IMAX too. lmfao ohhhh IMAX.......
Harry W (jp) wrote: Although I was not the biggest fan of Oliver Stone, since Any Given Sunday boasted a very skilful cast I went ahead and watched it anyway.Any Given Sunday is a little too ambitious for Oliver Stone's own good. I'm not such a big fan of NFL, but I like a good sports movies. But Any Given Sunday is far from good. The problem is that it has a scale too big for it to reach. The fact is that there are good characters in Any Given Sunday, but there is a surplus of them and not all of them are that interesting. There is a central plot and a lot of subplots, but occasionally Oliver Stone fails to make the right elements interesting. For instance, the main story in Any Given Sunday did not appeal to me, but some of the subplots, particularly the one surrounding Dr. Harvey Mandrake. The general story did not feel like it had the heart of a good sports movies and was a little too political for my tastes. The excess of talking and the lack of actual sport in the film rendered flat results. The fact is that Oliver Stone nad John Logan are unable to craft much of an entertaining story for Any Given Sunday, and Oliver Stone gets so caught up in his own self indulgent direction that he is unable to realise how the slow pace of the film and extensive length do no favours to a movie already suffering from a flat and uninspiring sports film. So Any Given Sunday is not an example of him in top form.Although Any Given Sunday has a decent visual style thanks to some consistently good cinematography and nice scenery as well as some powerful editing, and this shows particularly during the football sequences because everything is choreographed well and filmed to be very entertaining, yet Any Given Sunday is way too focused on talking about the games instead of actually having the characters play them which makes it a thoroughly boring film. I cannot sit through nearly three hours of melodramatic writing without being bored to death, so Any Given Sunday was not a film I could enhoy. It had some nice parts and the football match scenes were executed very well, but the simple fact is that the film is too focused on talking to really soar. If what the characters were discussing was genuinely more entertaining then I could let the problem go, but Any Given Sunday was really just a 162 minute long story recycled from many superior sports movies. For me, Any Given Sunday was not the exhilarating and gritty film that I could have been and was instead just an overly ambitious film which could not honestly pick a path to take and instead skewed off in many directions only to reach a formulaic conclusion. To put it simply, Any Given Sunday is a long, slow and boring film which doesn't really introduce much new to the sports film genre and it doesn't make me a bigger fan of gridiron than I already was. There is no rush, little excitement, and above all, barely any entertainment to justify everything, and if not for the actors, there would have honestly been nothing to keep me watching Any Given Sunday after the first half of the film.The cast is the only thing in Any Given Sunday that really gives the film any consistent power aside from the musical score and the soundtrack, and in all honesty it was worth watching the film to see them act it all out.I've said it before and I'll say it again: I think that Al Pacino is the greatest actor in existence, and even though Any Given Sunday did not entertain me, the lead performance of Al Pacino did. Although he gets stuck with material that is rudimentary and repetitive, he manages to make a compelling effort as the lead because of the way that he just dominates the screen whenever he is present. He gets himself involved deeply in the film and is not afraid to shout his way through things which he does with firm emotional power and dedication to the material, so he turns in another impressive lead effort. Al Pacino is terrific in Any Given Sunday, particularly in his scenes with Jamie Foxx, and so he makes it slightly better.Jamie Foxx also turns in an impressive performance in Any Given Sunday. From a time before his international recognition for playing Ray Charles in his Academy Award winning performance in Ray, Jamie Foxx portrayed "Steamin" Willy Beamin in Any Given Sunday and did it powerfully. He charged fast with the dedicated power of a football player and delivered his lines with genuine strength and gusto which leads him to a charismatic performance. Jamie Foxx is spot on in Any Given Sunday, and his supporting performance is powerful enough to make his scenes fairly good.Dennis Quaid is also vibrant in Any Given Sunday. Within the matter of a few scenes he is able to use his emotional power as an actor to snatch the attention of viewers and earn their respect. He grips his character with a powerful tenacity and projects his true acting brilliance into the role very well. Dennis Quaid just continues to impress me.James Woods is also a great presence in Any Given Sunday. His supporting effort captures his natural charisma and instantly makes him an entertaining screen presence which he manages to keep consistent during the brief time he is one screen. His supporting role is small, yet it is pivotal because his character contributes enough to the story to make it slightly more interesting. James Woods is terrific in Any Given Sunday.Cameron Diaz also delivers a powerful dramatic performance, and Matthew Modine did his part well.But despite a dedicated cast, Any Given Sunday is nothing but an overly long and slow film which spends more time talking about football than it does actually playing it.
JimBob T (kr) wrote: chuck norris turns into a bear. i feel ive said enough.
Jack O (mx) wrote: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the special achievement that you all been waiting for, the sequel to the first film, Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Well, here it is, the sequel to The Terminator directed by James Cameron. It won 4 Oscars at the Academy Awards. One for Best Sound, Best Sound Editing, Best Visual Effects and Best Makeup. It was the highest grossing film of 1991 making up to $519 million over $102 million budget. How unbelievable is that? With Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor narrating having his son John Connor become the Human Resistance leader against Skynet - the artificial intelligence that will be given control of the United States' nuclear missiles and initiate a nuclear holocaust called ''Judgment Day'' on August 1997. But this film came out in 1991 so there's no way that'll happen in real life. Sarah was arrested and imprisoned at a mental hospital after attempting to bomb a computer factory. So why didn't it show about what happened back there? Why didn't it show about what happened after she got pregnent to John Connor and she got arrested? Oh well. Anyways, Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises his role as The Terminator, this time a good guy. He went to the bar, wore somebody's clothes, took some sun glasses and ride off into the motorcycle. But then, a new terminator called T-1000 played by Robert Patrick is sent back in time to assassinate John Connor but was confronted by The Terminator who is sent back in time to protect John Connor. You can see why The Terminator is the second terminator and he become good because the first from the first Terminator movie is evil 'cause Sarah killed it. As the Terminator shoots T-1000, you can see that he is liquid metal. He can go through objects, walk through fire and become different people. The visual effects on T-1000 is absolutely incredible. Earl Boen as Dr. Silberman is a psychiatrist of Sarah Connor. He only had a small from the first film. He sounds like Rex from Toy Story. He sounds so similar than Wallace Shawn. I don't know. I just thought about it years ago. Michael Biehn has a cameo role in this and his acting is brilliant in this where he warns Sarah that John Connor's the target now. The scene where The Terminator and John called the Foster parents and The Terminator can imitate voices and realizing they're already dead. So The Terminator and John breaks Sarah free from the hospital and T-1000. They rescued Sarah and The Terminator says ''Come with me if you want to live.'' Damn, I forgot about that quote from the first Terminator film like what Michael Biehn as Kyle Reese said and The Terminator imitating the voices. I like the scene where Sarah stops Miles Dyson, creator of Skynet played by Joe Morton from letting Judgment Day happen. The Terminator and John arrive at his house and warns him to destroy the items and the designs in Cyberdyne. There's an amazing scene where The Terminator cut his arm and pulls his off making him realize that he's a cyborg. So they went into the Cyberdyne building to destroy all the stuff and retrieve the CPU and the arm. Miles Dyson get shot and sacrifices himself by exploding the entire building. Now there's no way for him to kill himself because he got shot, I really like him. I really like that scene actually is because he gasping repeatedly and says ''I don't know how much longer I can hold this.'' I use to say that when I was feeling sick years ago. The chase scene and the final battle between The Terminator, Sarah, John and T-1000 is phenomenal. I even love the part where Arnold says ''Hasta la vista, baby.'' The final scene where the Terminator says goodbye to John Connor is actually kinda sad but aside from that he says '' I know now why you cry, but it is something I could never do.'' and went into the lava and gives John a thumbs up. Many people love this movie just like I do so does my friends Jacob Dimmock, Thomas Raddings and Shannon Walker. Everybody's a huge fan of The Terminator films. I definitely think the first and the second are as good as each other. Much like from the 1980s, it's not classed as a horror film. It's more than the 80s sci-fi action film much like what James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd did. This movie is kind of long. I think it's 147 mins long. Not that long though but it's considered be the longest film of the franchise. As far as sequels go, this movie is considered one of the best, most greatest films of all times much like my favorite film The Terminator the first one. But the first Terminator doesn't include at the Oscars it's still one of the greatest films of all time much like the sequel. From the beauty and the majesty of The Silence of the Lambs and Disney's Beauty and the Beast, this movie is most thrilling, most watchable, most greatest and most high rated movie at all time. In the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger: I'm back!
Andrew R (ru) wrote: Disappointing. Unrepresentatively poor contributions from Jarman, Roeg, and Russell. Godard's segment is gorgeous, however.
Jeremy S (br) wrote: Herbie Shits the Bed. I have fond memories of watching the Herbie movies on TV with the fam, but even then I could sense the poorness of this one.
Andy C (gb) wrote: Highlights of this lightweight comedy include Tony Randall as the drunken neighbor and friend and, of course, the coupling of Day and Hudson. The story is just one long misunderstanding that could have been solved with one line from any character in the movie but who cares?
Paulie C (es) wrote: Watched Last Night (The Whole Thing for the 1st Time) on DVD. I'm A "Later in Life Child" My Mom's Father was on the "USS Mississippi" (Battleship) in WW1 and My Dad was on the "USS Arkansas" in WW2 (Also a WW1 Era Battleship)
Zoran S (ru) wrote: One of the greatest of all American films. As bleak and nihilistic as any Noir.
Scott M (kr) wrote: One of my favorite black gangster movies from the 90's. Really good movie about living in a crime hell hole of Los Angeles. Cuba Gooding is good as the teenager who hates it there. My favorite scene is when one of the kids says, "Ya'll want to see a dead body?" similar to Stand By Me and its in the alley behind them.. Ironic.
Colby H (ru) wrote: It was close to perfect. I haven't met a single person who doesn't know what Finding Nemo is about, so I'm sure you know too. It's Taken for kids. It looks great. I know that Disney made animated sea-life with The Little Mermaid, but this one is 3D animated and they did a good job putting it together. The plot and story was made in a very emotional way. Along with some of the best voice-over performances to be heard, such as Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, and many, many more. This movie is so iconic, it came out in 2003, and it still is popular!Over all, Finding Nemo was a very good movie... Nothing wrong, just nothing else. 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.
Shawn E (de) wrote: I rarely like older films like these but after watching 20 mins or so I found myself wanting to know how it would play out. The editing was all over but common for the time and Farley Granger was good.
Christina E (au) wrote: Watch it. It's pretty much Texas Chainsaw Massacre with a different mask. Not bad, but not very creative. At least the actors can actually act, which is more than I can say for a lot of films.