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Sunil Y (de) wrote: Left to their own device and a little bit of luck, our gallant tank crew would have decimated the whole German Reich and its minions. This sums up what the movie is about. An added plus is lot of opportunities for a hearty laugh and for the serious - a lot of tips how not to make a war movie. The cast did seem very serious though !
Scott C (ag) wrote: I'm not quite sure why the critics ratings are so high for this. It was really sleazy. Sure, it was artistically done, but very hard to watch. Maybe if you like really twisted exploitation pictures, you'd enjoy this.
Giordano T (de) wrote: Mais que um mero filme; uma nostlgica viagem de volta no tempo.
Neil G (ca) wrote: Steady film funny but won't watch it again needs more story for me but the end hit me like a lorry. nothing was never that simple and this shows it in all its glory but takes the time getting their
Michel L (ag) wrote: Costa is one of the great masters of modern cinema next to Bruno Dumont, Lav Diaz,.... Colosal Youth is a mastercpiece of the XXI century!
John C (au) wrote: Thinly scripted with essentially a non existent plot, intermittent laughter saves this film from utter failure.
Kieran F (mx) wrote: Its...got a pretty Clechie idea and it is boring because of it. The story is basically Scarface with black guys with a dash of boys in the hood. The story is about a drug dealer who dies and when he died he had just worked his way back up into the drug trade(simular to scarface)and along the way is able to get followers and also lose people. It's cliche but it...kinnda works but not intirally. DMX does a good job at the acting as along with the other actors(One upside to it) but the story's plot is messy it's...almost like A quention Tarintino Narative but isn't done as well. It's a little TOO messy and out of order that instead of feeling non-linear it's more...just...muddy LOL and it dosn't work. Another upside to the film is that it DOES have a interesting twist in it(I won't say it but it is interesting) but at the same time the plot is very Cliche besides this. I think this film could've been interesting if it wasn't so Cliche and also wasn't so messy of a narative. It's not a BAD film but it's not an amazing film either its a film that when you sit down to watch it your expecting more then it's cleche Ideas and when you get them your dissapointed and want the film to just end.
Joshua L (ag) wrote: its entertaining but kinda crappy
Heather D (es) wrote: Michelle Rodriguez is a lean mean fighting machine...loved it.
Zach M (br) wrote: Full Moon puts out some of the silliest movies. An alright sci-fi western. Okay ideas in the movie.
Joseph B (br) wrote: Jeremy Irons plays identical twins Elliott and Beverly Mantle in David Cronenberg's 1988 film "Dead Ringers." The Mantle brothers are both renowned gynecologists in Toronto who specialize in female fertility. The film is based off the book "Twins" by Bari Wood and Jack Geasland based on the real life twin physicians who died of barbiturate withdrawal in their New York apartment. The film was even called "Twins" after the novel until Ivan Rietman bought the naming rights for his film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito.Elliott is the older of the two and often refers to Beverly as "little brother." Irons portrays Elliott with a smugness whose so snarky you just want to smack him, but as Beverly, he is shy, not very confident and almost intimidated by Elliott. We learn early in the film how Elliott seduces his clients and once he becomes bored with the women passes them on to Bev, who pretends to be him, sometimes unknowingly to these women. Things become complicated when a movie star named Claire Niveau (Geneviere Bujold) is passed on to Bev and Bev develops feelings for her. Claire doesn't know that he's twins and that he and his brother ultimately share everything. After confronting the two of them together in a restaurant she leaves in anger and this is the first time in the whole film where Elliott actually shows any compassion for his brother as he starts to cry.Beverly reunites with Clarie and they start a relationship but he becomes troubled when she leaves Toronto to shoot another picture. He becomes absolutely paranoid and delusional and believes his brother is sleeping with her until he calls her hotel room and her gay manager answers to which he describes her as a "mutant woman." He realizes he's been hiding from the wrong person and goes back to his brother and starts abusing drugs and throwing himself into his work. He develops tools to work on these "mutant women" and as a result he and his brother lose their license. Elliott now tries to clean Beverly up but ultimately ends up taking the same drugs his brother is taking in an effort to sync their bloodlines up.Irons ultimately landed the role after it was turned down by both Robert DeNiro and William Hurt, and to be fair, it's hard to imagine anyone else in these roles. Irons even had two separate trailers and wardrobes for each character and while the audience will be confused as to which brother is which, Irons himself has said that during filming he became aware that the whole point of the story was to be confused as to which twin he was. He decided to use an acting technique that was nearly a century old by the time Irons used it called the Alexander technique, which is an educational process that teaches people how to avoid using unnecessary muscular and mental tension because a person's self awareness may be incorrect. This technique allowed Irons to "look different" when playing the twins by providing much of his weight on either the balls of his feet or his heels depending on the character. Shots of Irons as the twins was filmed using computer-controlled moving-matte photography. At no time in the film does it not look as if there was only one Irons as shadows and lighting flawlessly look realistic in those scenes.This is a extremely disturbing film that only Cronenberg could have pulled off. The creepy relationship that the twins have is also homoerotic as it's implied Elliott vicariously lives through his brother's sexual exploits imagining he's there. The twins may be two separate people, but they possess one soul. And each one of them can't stand the thought of being alone. Many times through the film, Elliott mentions he wouldn't be where he is today with Beverly's work and Beverly quite possibly wouldn't be where he is without Elliott taking care of him.
Patryk C (au) wrote: Scarlet Street may be Fritz Lang's greatest achievement in his Hollywood-based era of movie making, and definitely his darkest film ever. Not only because it endorses the pure magnificence of the noir genre, but also presents a strikingly deep insight into the mind of a depressed aging man. It is in a few aspects similar to his one year older masterpiece The Woman in the Window, but the personal drama and shocking rupture of a certain relationship is still much more powerful.