Simon mágus

Simon mágus

In this surrealistic movie from the director of My 20th Century, the French police seek help from Simon, a visionary living in Budapest to solve a murder case. Whilst in Paris, Simon falls ...

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Paul D (gb) wrote: This suffers from being too much like the actual game. If you are not familiar with the game, you will find this very difficult to follow. The script is certainly all over the place! It eventually finds a pace that works for a little while, but ultimately this is made for fanboys as opposed to the general film going audience.

Clint G (br) wrote: Not a horrible film, but the preview looked really well polished and like a bigger budget film. Unfortunately, its really an indie that happened to get a few good actors to play support. I nearly turned off the DVD player after 15 minutes but then, it started to get a little better and appeared to keep getting better. There were little things that didn't add up...the bad guy had rotten teeth in the beginning and then he apparently got rich and had his teeth done in the 1870's from a quality 19th century dentist apparently??? But, other than stupid little things and a bit of overacting, its a pretty good independent film, but you have to go into realizing that...or you'll be horribly disappointed. If you want a really good studio western...go see Appaloosa.

Camilla B (es) wrote: An okey movie to watch on a sunday. steve, channing and mike makes the movie worth watching :p

Benjamin F (jp) wrote: Being a Katsuhito Ishii fan, I'm biased in the film's favor. It's probably the most flawed and weakest overall of all that I've seen - falling somewhere between Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl in terms of gangster comedy and where he went with The Taste of Tea and Funky Forest: The First Contact in terms of surrealist humor. It doesn't hit every note perfectly, but he pulls it off well enough that the film entertains and still feels fresher than most of what's out there with ease. Worth checking out if you've enjoyed Ishii's other films, but as more focused cinema goes, Shark Skin Man, Taste of Tea, and Funky Forest all work better. The cast's really going all out in playing their characters certainly helps as well. A little more tightening of the script could've made many of the film's problems quickly disappear - we spend a little too much time with the voyeurs, and some of the dialogue comes off as overly redundant for the sake of humor. You can only make that gag work so many times, and Ishii didn't know when to hit the brake pedal on those bits. But otherwise, Party 7 thoroughly entertains. It delivers a fun '70s flavor similar to - though not as consumingly well done as - Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl, and the characters are goofy, likable, and fun to watch, from the more archetypal ones to the fresher ones. The animated intro is similarly as memorable as shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl's crazy opening as well. You can tell Ishii and company had a lot of fun making this one. (As you can with all of his films. Ishii is on the cutting edge of Japanese comedy cinema.)

Burcu S (br) wrote: izlemek istiyorum ama bulamadim.

(us) wrote: This is a great delight! It's not overly ambitious as a piece of cinema, and yet everything is done very well. Jacques Tati In Japan - full of whimsy and fun, while also poking gentle fun at societal mores. Ozu also takes delight in children, as does Tati, as people who can show up adult pretensions and silly complexities.

Katie S (ca) wrote: I love Danny Kaye :-)

Giuliano B (us) wrote: It was a perfect way to start the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And it passed with flying colours.

Amelia H (ru) wrote: A film that is all looks and no substance, sexy slink but awfully scripted.

Simon T (it) wrote: Perfectly cast (has Ryan O'Neal ever been better?), sumptuously designed and photographed, dryly funny - particularly in the first half - profoundly moving towards the close. Kubrick's masterpiece has at last been recognised for the great movie it always was. As astonishing as 2001: a space odyssey, and as beautiful to watch.