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David H (nl) wrote: Enjoyable, kid horror film

Nuno H (nl) wrote: Underwhelming, but powerful in some way. I'm on the fence about hating it or being just indifferent.

Nick A (it) wrote: Good build-up that makes you want to see the rest. Unfortunately you can make it so that you'll be disappointed later, which is the case here. It's not a bad ride, but I guess they ran out of ideas or a script that would sell better.

Harry W (de) wrote: Serving as Drew Barrymore's directional debut and starring Ellen Page, Whip It sounded like it could be a fun sports comedy-drama.Whip It was a very refreshing film. It's hard for me to explain just how much I love the simplicity of it, but I do. I feel that a lot of it can be attributed to the strength of first-time director Drew Barrymore. Drew Barrymore's direction in Whip It is just perfect. Riding the strength of Shauna Cross' firm screenplay, Drew Barrymore is not only able to bring the spirit of the source material novel Derby Girl over to the film, but she is able to do things to the material that a novel text cannot. I have never read the novel, but I can honestly say that there are certain elements of charm that cannot be brought in by anything else than the director. Drew Barrymore takes the simplicity of the concept in the film and gives it the ideal kind of energy. The thing is that Whip It has a great story to it which is simple and charming which also maintains the heart of a good sports film. What I really like is that the film is consistent with energy, and while it does have some meaningful dramatic moments, it does not turn into melodrama or sentimentality. It just comes off as genuine, and in no time the film goes back to being the delightful romp that it is. The general atmosphere and energy in Whip It is very charming, and it make sthe film such an easy viewing pleasure. Whip It is a lot like Juno, but I enjoyed Whip It a lot more because it was consistent in exploring its subject matter with the appropriate level of depth while also making audiences laugh consistently. There was so much about Whip It that made me laugh and made me think, but overall it just gave me so much more respect for Drew Barrymore because it showed just how exceptionally talented she is as a film director. Her small role as Smashley Simpson was good as well because she was hilarious, but it is her ability as a director which just amazed me and has me eager to see just what other films she will have to offer in the future.Whip It is an empowering film. One of its concepts is about how roller derbies make protagonist Bliss Cavendar feel strong as a woman because it gives her a chance to push the boundaries of the gender-specific lifestyle imposed on her by her overbearing mother, so it looks into how sports is good for condifence building and making a person feel stronger both physically and emotionally. It had more depth than the average sports film, and combined with the many other ways that it explores the life of Bliss Cavendar as she develops as a person and gains confidence as a woman. Whip It works great as a sports film, a coming of age drama and a comedy which means that it balances itself out in several genres easily. It loses some of its momentum for the brief period of time when it loses touch with being a film about the roller derby scene just over an hour into the film, but it remains touching and consistent with a strong script and passion for the remainder of the film. I laughed at so many things in Whip It, ranging from its humorous glamourization of roller derby violence to the clever anecdotes from within the script.I'm not the most familiar with the concept of roller derbies, so one thing that I appreciate about Whip It is that it covers the concept in an exciting manner as well as the fact that it goes into an explanation of the rules and violent nature of roller derby, and it did a great job illuminating the positive elements of the sport and glamourizing the aggressive spirit of its female contestants which made it a strong pro-woman statement as well as an entertaining sports tale. There is a lot of posititivity in Whip It which makes it an inspiring film and an uplifting feature.The visual style of the film was great as well. The look of the film develops a natural broad colour palette, and it is enhanced further by the fact that the cinematography captures it beautifully. Everything in Whip It looks good and is edited excellently, and it plays out against the backdrop of an exciting and perfectly atmospheric soundtrack which consistently gives the film the appropriate energetic mood and exciting spirit.And the cast in the film prove to just top it off with excellent performances.Ellen Page's lead performance is just terrific in Whip It. She brings along the same Academy Award nominated charisma that she put into her titular role in Juno which makes her an immensely charming lead who is compelling and sympathetic, and at the same time she has audiences laughing at many turns. As well as impressively sinking her teeth into the hear of the character, she also engages in the sport of roller derby competitions excellently with passionate energetic grit and no fear whatsoever. Ellen Page is excellent in Whip It because she is loaded with charm and determination in the lead role which has viewers easily caring about her as the tale unfolds. Ellen Page's seamless energetic spirit make her such an easily likable lead in Whip It, and it proves to be one of her best performances to date which is one that I enjoyed even more than her lead in Juno.Alia Shawkat is a terrific presence in Whip It as well. As a fan of her work on Arrested Development, I am pleased to see her taking on other material like this which proves to exercise both her comedic skills and her dramatic talents. Her charisma comes so naturally to her and she shares a wonderfully friendly chemistry with Ellen Page which makes them a terrific duo. They interact excellently and give credibility to each other as actors in the process, so Alia Shawkat is a pivotal member of the case in Whip It.Kristen Wiig makes a notable impression as well. From two years before she hit it big as the star and writer of Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig appeared in Whip It and made a positive impression because of the way that she plays a mentor to Ellen Page's character. She projects a very likable persona and shares a nice chemistry with her which makes the emotional strength of the film leave an even stronger impression on audiences than the film has already established. Kristen Wiig is a genial presence in Whip It.Marcia Gay Harden is good to see acting again in mainstream cinema as it has been a while since her Academy Award winning performance in Pollock that I have seen her in anything. She plays the mothering archetype of the story well and is able to stir up a lot of interesting drama in the way that she interacts with Ellen Page. Marcia Gay Harden is easily able to establish the relationship that the respective characters share by delving into her role organically, and so she assists the development of Whip It easily.Juliette Lewis' small supporting role in Whip It was great as well because she is so easily able to project an antagonistic persona and is able to easily play that off to comedic effect in Whip It. The intensity of her chemistry with Ellen Page is terrific. It is terrific to see her active again in mainstream films as well because she reveals in Whip It that she still has a lot to offer in terms of her acting charisma, and she does it so organically that it is charmingly entertaining. Andrew Wilson was a funny touch as well.So funny, touching and incredibly intelligent, Whip It is a very strong sports movie which works as a hilarious comedy and a touching coming of age drama all at once while boasting a powerful cast and exceptional directional ability from first timer Drew Barrymore.

Selena F (de) wrote: Still need to see this one

Itai B (kr) wrote: Great low budget drama, touching, realistic.

Michael V (us) wrote: "One of my fave underrated films and my most watched movie (90+ times, i believe). Features solid performances by three always great actors: Derek Luke, Laurence Fishburne & Orlando Jones plus awesome supporting cast including Dijimon Hounsou, Rick Gonzalez, Lisa Bonet, Kidd Rock & the extremely underrated Larenz Tate. Biker Boyz never gets old for me, i guess. It's just a great movie to me. P.S., this was the first movie i saw of the always gorgeous Meagan Good."

Arif B (us) wrote: What happened to don draper ...

Dalia D (gb) wrote: In spite of (because of?) its wooden actors, amateur screenwriter, and purely functional cinematographer, Wild Style manages to be a perfect document of its time: 1982, in New York: the proto-hip-hop scene. Of course, I was just barely getting born then, so perhaps I am unqualified to make that judgement. What I am qualified to say is that the worst parts of the movie are the best, the groaners will make you laugh, and the incredibly naive depiction of race relations is probably more on point than any of today's elaborate dissertations. The plot, which is sort of an coming-of-age tale, is just a loose character sketch that strings together episodic scenes of emceeing, b-boying, turn-tabling, and spray-painting. Lee Quinones, real-life street artist (not real-life actor, and it shows) is trying to win back his girl (Sandra Fabara, not much of an actress herself) while painting up whole subway cars in the yards at night (we get a brief visit from his older brother, in a military uniform, telling him to clean up his act, but that's as close to any parental involvement we'll see). Meanwhile, a "lady reporter," who turns out to be a party girl styled on Debbie Harry, is coming up to write an article on graffiti art; she is in most of the best scenes, not because she can act, but because her extreme whiteness provides the perfect catalyst for delightfully awkward moments. The first is when her car breaks down in the middle of a burnt-out tower block wasteland, and 25 little black boys descend upon it. They look harmless enough but she's clearly threatened, but as soon as the kids discover that she is the reporter, they all push her car to her destination, a few of them getting trampled in the process. The next is when she walks out of the club without her black male escorts, and finds herself about to get held up at gunpoint. Her friends arrive in time to save her and, as they all pile into the car, she squeals with delight at the fact that she almost got shot (it's all part of the tour). Seeing her surrounded by a club full of black kids b-boying is just as funny as watching Lee surrounded by a bunch of Manhattan art collectors, which is the next stop. At the cocktail party, the hostess commissions Lee to make her a painting, and when he asks for a hundred dollars for materials, she writes him a check for two, then seduces him (and let me point out that Lee is uglier than the ugliest member of Bone-Thugs-n-Harmony on the last day of the month, even if you dig the Thuggish-Ruggish-Bone). The film ends with a big hip-hop celebration on the Lower East Side, where Lee has finally addressed his demons and painted the entire bandshell, and the Cold Crush Brothers and Busy Bee and Double Trouble have all come out to emcee and the Rocksteady Crew dance on a rolled-out sheet of linoleum and the credits roll and we all miss old New York (which, I have to say, might be coming back??I'm starting to see groups of kids get on trains, clear a space, and break right there for change??something Giuliani thought he put an end to. Now, if we could just bring back the painted-up subway cars I'd be happy. I'm not asking for lawlessness, just art. For the MTA's anniversary, the city ran old cars from the turn of the century. But I'd rather see one from 1982.

James D (gb) wrote: Good ol' classic that even has a story built in.

Private U (es) wrote: Story of a Prostitute might be Seijun Suzuki's most serious work. This is not to say that his loopy, irreverent humor is absent from the story, but it seems like this was a project he really wanted to do, rather than merely another creative attempt to combat the boredom of hack director hell (which sums up the rest of his Nikkatsu catalogue). It's hard to believe this was ever regarded as a B-film; "Story" is bold, vicious art with no easy analysis of its characters or their actions, which can be quite ugly indeed. Suzuki didn't start the Japanese New Wave, but he was at the top of his class, and is one of the most vital and important Japanese directors of any era.

Kerr L (es) wrote: So good. Twisted. Davis is a little too melodramatic but it kind of works.

James H (mx) wrote: 75/100. A wonderful adventure film, based on the Rudyard Kipling classic story. Errol Flynn is ideally cast and Dean Stockwell does a fine job as well. Excellent color cinematography, impressive art direction. Overall, the production is great. The pacing is a little uneven, it should have been shorter. But it is a fine film, light, exciting and entertaining.

Peter C (de) wrote: O roteiro uma bosta, exagerado e clich, mas o filme diverte!

David S (ca) wrote: Great visuals, but the plot points are standard (even if mostly enjoyable).

Nick W (au) wrote: Not the best clint eastwood western but still pretty good.