SMS - Sotto mentite spoglie
- Stars:Jonathan Scarfe, Shea Whigham, Katheryn Winnick, Alanis Morissette, Hanna Hall, Elyse Ashton, Vincenzo Salemme, Giorgio Panariello, Luisa Ranieri, Lucrezia Lante della Rovere, Enrico Brignano, Gabriella Belisario, Teodoro Giambanco, Raffaele Pisu, Pia Velsi, Anna Longhi, Luisa De Filippo, Damiano Troiani, Flavia Volpe, Fiorenza Tessari, Biancamaria Lelli,
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Fawn O (us) wrote: Sometimes, when the mood is right, one can appreciate a charming chemistry between characters strung through some, otherwise, abhorrently shopworn romantic comedy tropes.C+ -- [65%]
George E (kr) wrote: I didn't like how this film tried to shove in F words in every line - it was done intentionally, seriously, so it can be listed in those 'movies with most F words' list.Anyway, this was a fun film. I liked the location at the end, reminded me of Halo - they could film it there.
Hum B (jp) wrote: its a very good filmthe dialogues are gr8 n the songs are very beautiful...
Jack S (us) wrote: Hints of David Lynch, Guy Maddin, Duncan Jones's "Moon," and "The American Astronaut," but not with the same level of success or enjoyment. Despite the low budget, they do create a feeling of being in outer space on a rundown space station. Steven Drozd's heroin-darkened eyes are difficult to look at, though they actually fit this exhausted, hallucinating character. Too bad he's not a strong actor. Fred Armisen and Adam Goldberg briefly show up. The Flaming Lips' soundtrack is nothing special. Wayne Coyne is a bit full of himself--why else make a movie?--and that shines through in his performance as a mute-alien-Santa-saviour.
Private U (ru) wrote: It was amusing, but very formulaic and pretty forgettable. Worth the watch, but not anything groundbreaking.
Spencer P (de) wrote: A very smart futuristic noir that, while it can disappoint those expecting a space movie, is still a sharply directed look at fraud, technology and the human condition.
Zayne R (fr) wrote: One of the weirdest bad movies to come out of the 1980s. It's vision of NYC as a hell hole is about on par with the Death Wish movies. Except, you know, it's supposed to be a sweet, light-hearted romantic comedy.
Augustine H (au) wrote: Staying ethical could be awfully difficult even with good intentions.
Angela L (br) wrote: Wow another cloverfield and skyline movie...I wonder how they are going to make this one different...