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Dennis K (au) wrote: The most annoying, stupid and worst-made film possible.
Tom D (ag) wrote: Final instalment of a documentary trilogy focusing on a Christian/Muslim family living in Jakarta, this time loosely dealing with societal change and the effects of globalisation. Non-judgemental cinema verite style combined with breathtaking camera work allows exploration of a huge range of issues (as well as a great scene of a kitten trying to play with a rat). With a small number of scenes emphasising that this is still a construct this is exceptional film-making.
Caleb R (ca) wrote: A film that leaves you heartbroken yet satisfied because of the amazing ride you were on for nearly 2 hours. Truly a jem in the sports movie genre.
Renley R (nl) wrote: This felt to me like a Phillip K. Dick novel that had been cut short and directed by a computer Luddite. Sure, written in text it might seem fun to have computer viruses infect humans and clones control electronics with their fingers. In fact, the general concepts in the movie were fine. It was just the production of the film that ruined an otherwise charming story. Between iBooks, Microwave monitors and sad little ISA video cards, the techno babble in the film was extensively delivered as if the viewer had come into the conversation at the last possible minute to then only get the punch-line of the statement. Tilda Swinton did her best with a fairly anemic role, and made the movie worth what little could be gotten from it. A lot more tech-savy discussion on the events surrounding the plot and several key factors such as cyborg - human relations and you might actually have a fun psycho-intellectual flick. As it was, this was not very funny, and not a comedy.
Amal A (mx) wrote: He should have left. It was painful to me watching this guy going through this torture.
Derek R (it) wrote: this movie is very forgettable, and should remain forgotten. It's a waste of plastic. This guy who gave it perfect marks below, must have been in the movie, and trying to sell more copies. Seriously, it has to be the worst movie ever made (and not in a good way).
Jeremi C (it) wrote: The symbolism demonstrated by Golding in the novel (and the British original) is upfront and unmissable. However, this mediocre remake somehow misses the psychological point of everything and thus leaves us with a boring, predictable story of a lost group of boys on an island.
Carlos M (nl) wrote: The kind of movie that brings out the romantic in me and breaks my heart in the same proportion, depicting love and commitment with absolute sincerity and how all the conflicts and lack of real communication can sabotage a relationship and lead to certain discontentment.
Dave R (ca) wrote: this started out a little slow for me - i wasn't getting into it. but after a while i got into it. i think initially it felt like a relationship movie but it turned into more. it's about track and field athletes trying to get on the 1980 olympic team - the training, the relationships (romantic or otherwise) on and off the field. good movie.
Carreh R (br) wrote: Loved it: Religion as the monster and kind of like a Mario Bava movie.
Patrick M (gb) wrote: While I am a giant monster fan, this was a pretty average movie. The plot was a little interesting and the monster looked alright, but it was bogged down by some stupid moments.
Matt G (de) wrote: I think after over 30 years, the humor has lost something. I just can't figure out why this is so beloved...? And what's the end moral: all rich people are awful unless YOU are the rich people? Just not nearly funny enough and a bit too much dated racism for me.
Trish H (ag) wrote: Cheesy musical in all the glory of cheesy musicals intertwined with the music of my youth....who could ask for more?