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Dann M (it) wrote: A fairly mediocre melodrama, Breathe In is formulaic and clichd. The story follows a high school music teacher and his family as they take in an exchange student from the U.K., but things get complicated when he starts to feel a connection with her. Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones give good performances, but they don't really have much to work with. And, the plot is incredibly trite and predictable; having no originality to it. However, the directing adds a bit of subtext and atmosphere. Yet overall, Breathe In is a stereotypical forbid love affair type film that follows the usual tropes.
Tay W (br) wrote: 10 minutes In I turned it off...
gary t (de) wrote: wow what a movie.....i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a brilliant movie 2 watch, sure its a kids/family movie but i really enjoyed this movie.......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that chris hardwick, gregg berger, jeff glen bennett (from the brilliant tv series johnny bravo), paul michael glaser (from the brilliant tv series starsky and hutch), roger rose, ryan mcpartlin (from the brilliant tv series chuck), stephan cox, yvonne strahovski (from the brilliant tv series chuck/dexter), alex desert (from the brilliant tv series becker), christopher emerson (from the brilliant tv series house), play good roles/parts throughout this movie......i think that the director of this animation/kids/family/comedy movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie......i think that this is a superbly directed movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie......i think that the special effects throughout this movie were really good......i think that the soundtrack throughout this movie is really good as well.....i think that this is a really well directed/acted movie its so really well directed, its got a brilliant cast thorughout this movie......i think that this is such a really good comedy movie 2 watch......i think that the fight scenes throughout this movie were really well done, its got some really good special effects throughout this movie......i think that this is a superbly directed movie its got a great cast thorughout this movie......i think that this is a brilliant animation movie 2 watch its so really well directed the special effects throughout this movie were really good its got a great cast thorughout this movie i think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch its so really well animated its got a great cast throughout this movie i think that this is a fantastic movie 2 watch its so really well directed its got a brilliant cast throughout this movie its so enjoyable movie 2 watch
Jim M (jp) wrote: Set during Japan's Sengoku Period and drawing on Japanese Folk Lore surronding the real life thief Ishikawa Goemon, who as far as his image in Japan goes has become thought of along the same lines as Robin Hood. So yeah you basically get the plot right there, and well the intrigues surronding the period what we're really here for is the visuals. Taking a page from 300 Goemon is basically a live action comic book with some awesome visuals and fight scenes, of course that means Goemon pulls off some impossably long jumos and the length of his rope/grappling hook seems to change as the situation requires but fuck it. For the most part it looks amazing and is worth checking out for that alone.
Yulisa C (fr) wrote: hahahahahahahahaha funny video hahahahah
Joan B (us) wrote: What the f*@& (in the good way)??
Jennifer J (fr) wrote: Really good movie!!!
Hannah D (ca) wrote: I really appreciated the violin performances, but I found the different stories a bit underwhelming as it was hard to care about the characters. When a musical instrument is the star of the show and the actors play erm...second fiddle, there is a problem!
Michael K (fr) wrote: loved it a lot - hey, it's just one story from at time that should not be forgotten.
Arslan K (ru) wrote: Sanjuro may very well be the most structured movie ever. What I mean by that is the usage of the arc. First thing is first the skill level in this move is mind blowing from the OCDish cinematography to the perfect usage of the score. Everything in this movie is to the up most perfection.The main thing Sanjuro shines is in its characters. The ten warriors. Soon from the beginning of the movie we instantly know everything there is to know about the 9 young warriors that they are unwise and stupid and jump quick to decisions. Then we see Tsubaji's character and instantly know what kind of character he will be a clumsy yet a wise one out of all of the 9 samurais. Now a movie that can tell about a character so quick is Star Wars Episode 4 and I can tell Lucas took inspiration from Sanjuro. As discussed earlier about the arc, this movie is so perfectly divided into 3 acts with the rising action/ conflict, climax, and resolution. You can see it so clearly the character arc in this movie works so purely. From them escaping the secret meeting place, to planning a plan to safe the uncle, to losing the trust of Sanjuro, to ultimately rescuing the uncle. And i think any new up and coming film maker should admire Sanjuro and learn the basics. The basic skills in this movie are the ones that make it the most unique.
Stephen M (ru) wrote: Hands Across the Table is a variation on probably the most oft-recycled of all screwball plots, that of the gold-digger whose schemes are derailed by the inconvenient intervention of true love. Carole Lombard, as a designing manicurist, and Fred MacMurray, as the penniless playboy the former mistakes for her meal ticket, are both wonderful, but there's something odd about the tone of the picture, evidenced by the fact that our sadness for Ralph Bellamy, Lombard's unrequited suitor, outweighs our happiness for Lombard and MacMurray at the close.
Cody M (nl) wrote: This is a fine family movie. It has the humor and emotion to make it watchable.