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Jason M (de) wrote: I wish all biopics were this good.
Brett C (ag) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Every time I come into a Studio Ghibli film that is not directed by Miyazaki or Takahata, I never know whether or not it would easily win me over; except for Whisper of the Heart, which is perfect in every way. Arrietty won me over, but not to the level that Whisper of the Heart was able to achieve on me. The film may seem simple and shallow, due to Hiromasa Yonebayashi's accessible direction, but he does not forget the heart of Miyazaki's screenplay, which explores the ideas of survival, family, and isolation. If this film was directed by Miyazaki then this film would have been much more ambiguous and applicable to a mature mindset. Yonebayashi was more concerned with what we see, rather than what we don't, which is why this film is so viscerally entertaining. There are a number of sequences in this film that evoked emotions out of me, particularly the film's conclusion involving the sugar cube; it was so tender and hopeful that I could not help but feel a little tearful. The animation of this film was also top notch, with moments encapsulating my mindset to the perspective of the protagonist; the entire sequence where Arriety and her father are out in the human world and tries to "borrow" a sugar cube and tissue, left me in complete gasp. The score is also beautiful, conjuring a tender and warm tone that resonates well with the emotions that Yonebayashi was trying to convey, particularly during the last 10 minutes of the film. Also I forgot to mention, the antagonist in this film is the ultimate bitch. Everything about her pisses me off, which was exactly what the film was trying to have its audience feel. I just want to pick up a bat and hit her over the head with it, people like her should be eradicated from the earth. All in all, The Secret World of Arrietty is a near perfect film that shouldn't be missed.
Ash B (kr) wrote: not a bad effort considering what they were trying. SFX leave a lot to be desired, except the scene where they forgot the CGI... that's funny.the guy from Babylon 5 is the only actor who looks comfortable in front of the camera, but even he can't do much with the script.the plot is very disjointed, appearing to jump forward randomly in time.if you see a character you've not seen before who doesn't have a speaking part, expect them to die soon...basically this film is what transformers would have been without a budget.
Jose N (nl) wrote: So unreal, magic and perhaps, just perhaps, homoerotic.
Nader O (br) wrote: Excellent horror from both masters Stuart Gordon & H.P. Lovecraft
Michael G (mx) wrote: This is a great movie. It's funny and has good music to boot. It's pure entertainment.
Kyle A (fr) wrote: This is cheesy, stereotyped crap. It's like if the movie Friday starred Chicanos and was supposed to be seen as a drama.KCOP-TV in Los Angeles gave this movie a "10+!". I'm hoping that's out of 100..lol
neil L (kr) wrote: Soylent green is people!!!!!!
common p (br) wrote: A movie about life and love, with great actors and elements of Greek tragedy. I like very much the end of this movie.
Don S (de) wrote: An average comedy where the men behave as buffoons and the women ogle ripped guys instead of their husbands. No laughs for me though the ladies all look really good. Nothing special here at all. Typical sophomoric jokes and situations. Barely passable.
Justin B (jp) wrote: A drug dealing Vigo the Carpathian from space fights a young Dolph Lundgren in Houston. Like The Terminator with less brawn and no brains but it's well handled tripe that offers a slew of goofy guilty pleasures.