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Mireille A (ca) wrote: Pas terrible, trop long et trop rptitif
Jay B (ru) wrote: A surprisingly funny little flick, if you pluck out the dorky gamer jargon and just enjoy the ride.
Richard I (it) wrote: Happy-sad, slight film of an errant boy in need of unconditional love looking for it in all the wrong places.
Gwenyth L (jp) wrote: I can't believe I watched the whole thing, it really wasn't worth it. As my other half said, it was only good for the boobies. It was unbelievable and just plain wrong. The story behind it had some merit, it just didn't come across well.
Hannah M (fr) wrote: I love Stephen Fry, and I'm also a huge fan of the cast he's pulled together for this film, but it all felt a bit uneven to me. There are some very, very funny moments in here. He knows how to draw upon the pretentious airs of the overly stuffy and overly intellectual to create hilarious dialogue. There are also some very moving scenes, such as the one where our main character starts to tire of his whirlwind life. ("Oh, there are always so many parties!" he laments to his lover.) But all these never QUITE seem to come together in the story. It's a very close call, but in the end it falls just a little flat.
Sean C (br) wrote: I usually like Italian films from this era but this one never gripped me. It lacked the edge of the Bicycle Thieves or even La Strada.
Greg W (ca) wrote: joanie got that Oscar here folks see how/why as she rolled the dice at her new studio WB and hits it out of the park.
Gary B (jp) wrote: Aside from Neeson's always gritty performance, what I like most about this film is the music. Thinking that it may have been composed by Hans Zimmer, I checked into it and discovered that a a Dutch composer who goes by the name Junkie XL did the music for this film. But the really cool thing is that XL and Zimmer do a lot of collaborating on film projects (which explains the similarity in style) and so I guess I wasn't completely off the mark. I thought Common and Ed Harris also gave outstanding performances and was happy to see Nick Nolte getting some work again in a small uncredited role. The only major complaint I have about the film is that too many scenes were shot in the dark for extended periods of time and, to me, too many low light scenes make me feel cheated. Thus, only 4 stars.
Roxanne D (de) wrote: Anesthesia wove together multiple existential axioms, but didn't examine the implications. So while a graduate student pines about loneliness and distraught disharmony between herself and the world, it sounds more like an excuse to be alone and passive, than a justification for the latter. Everyone longs for something basically attainable, but they can't bring themselves to overcome themselves. They have been anesthetized by themselves. They are cowards. And when they finally decide to do something courageous, turns out it's too late. Because time is of the essence in this world. With that said, the film does make an impact. Most people suffer from suffocating complacency and cowardice, and we only have so much time to mend it before it's too late. And there comes a time when it is in fact too late.