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Users reviews


Brandon Vincent T (it)

Boring and sleepy. Not something i really need to make a fuss over if i break the disc. It's an okay movie


Chris C (ca)

one of my absolute favorites


Don S (au)

I liked it well enough, and would see a third installment if they ever make it. Percy has confidence issues, and the Sea of Monsters is such a small part of the story you have to wonder why it is named such. The offspring of the gods take center stage in this one, with a cyclops thrown in for humor. On par with the first movie: nothing original but still loaded with good action scenes


Eric J (ag)

So yes, check your local theater listings carefully if you plan on seeing. The show is not playing tonight, and locally it's playing on Saturday and Sunday varying between noon and 2PM. MPAA: Not Rated (but would be R for language, drug content and some sexuality) Runtime: 2 hours, 32 minutes including intermission (the play itself runs 132 minutes, and no post-credits clips) *CORRECTION (9/26): I got my dates wrong, thinking it was the 24th when seeing it. For those who haven't seen the show, this is a great way to see it. For Rentheads, there really is no discussion. The show contains a nice surprise right after the final bows, but I don't think you needed me to tell you that. Unlike many epic-length movies, in its full-text filming of the play (a live performance complete with the audience), "Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway" [b]does[/b] include a 10-minute intermission for you to stretch your legs and other stuff if you really did get a large soda. the music is just too addictive to be upset about. . . yes. . . And. Probably because we're given room to acknowledge it's all way over-the-top, so even if you don't support the nihilism of our protagonists, it won't ruin your enjoyment of the show. The frequently cynical dialogue is delicious enough to fall in love with each and every one of these jobless Bohemian characters as they rebel against the establishment-- in the end of Act I, they devote a song to listing and paying tribute to every taboo in history, in an upbeat manner that spiritual predecessor "Hair" couldn't do in three separate songs. If nothing else, Jonathan Larson's rock opera is sure to keep you electrified, often to the point of bursting. Fortunately for this play, there is more than a social cause to keep it going. In the decade since, education has been very effective at proving that while there is no cure, the disease itself is very preventable. The play: on paper, "Rent" sounds incredibly dated, and I'm not mentioning the now-unheard of technology of pagers, but the recurring element of AIDS, which several characters are diagnosed with. Multi-angle was invented for this, and if Sony ever releases it on disc (they'd be stupid not to), this feature is a must. Company numbers like [i]Christmas Bells[/i] are filled with overlapping lyrics, and the editor cuts way too fast for anyone's good. But what any theatre buff will tell you is that the stage gives you one objective angle and it's up to you to look-- which is the fun of it. What the videography gives us the benefit of are close-ups, which above anything else show the facial expressions more effectively. Now, mentioning DVD. Given how worn-out and aged they all sounded in the movie, the concept of fresh new voices isn't a bad thing. Simply put is this: if you loved the musical on stage, you will love "Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway", which has everything but the original cast. And maybe in a couple years, we will finally see a DVD that will ensure musical fans will not have to accept the needlessly disappointing 2005 film as a substitute. For a comparatively measly price of $20, you can enjoy it with a few other people you know at a local digital theater. RATING (0 to ****): ***1/2 There's a four-day limited engagement (well, three now)* for those of you who up to its closing could never make it to see the musical of the '90s, "Rent"


Gabriel K (de)

It appears the director was trying to make a social statement that I'm not quite getting, perhaps it makes more sense to French audience. The story, however, seemed a bit too pretentious to me. From a purely cinematic standpoint, this movie is a delight, one of the best uses of light and and darkness that I have ever seen on screen


Johnny T (gb)

It shows you the extremes of both sides. Great movie


Jouni K (gb)

Interesting horror movie


Kristina K (jp)

Kept me guessing sometimes. the rest was pretty good. . . But. Closer to the ending it was a bit boring, obvious and too cliche. I liked about 70% of it


Michael T (au)

The only reason to see this wretched film is to catch two of three Ritz Brothers doing a few comedy routines


Pamela W (au)

Loved the film's quality and costumes especially, so well done. Shirley MacLain played the older and mature Coco expertly. No wonder she was so determined to achieve and never give up! Barbora Bubolva was captivating as Coco, she is beautiful and a wonderful actress. Wonderful actors and very informative to be able to understand the woman behind Chanel from her poor and sad childhood being dumped by her selfish father at the orphanage