A rumbunctious and ribald tale of a troupe of travelling actors who alternate highlights of kabuki theatre with strip shows.
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Luke M (us) wrote: Warm and funny, The Sessions seems at first to make a little too light of the terrible circumstances of its main character, but through stunning performances by Helen Hunt and John Hawkes, we begin to understand this remarkable man who used humour to keep himself going in life.
Robert C (fr) wrote: An amalgamation of styles and complete lack of restraint bring down a film that has some very good moments.
David K (nl) wrote: I feel what the movie was aiming for, but it just doesn't deliver its well known beauty and the beast story very well. The acting is, well....Mediocre
Jason D (ca) wrote: In Grizzly Rage, four "teens" (comprised of douchey dude-bro's) celebrate their "graduation" (as teens, I'm assuming high school even though all four of these idiots look to be in their mid to late 20's) by embarking on a camping trip. Their need for breaking the rules has them entering a closed off forest where they run wild and accidentally run over and kill a small cub bear. With that, a massively enraged mama bear starts hunting, stalking, and killing them one by one. Don't get too excited though! Amidst all the "dude" this and "bro" that, there is only one kill in the first hour, lots of shouting and nonsensical "why is this happening to us" rants (Seriously? You have to ask why?). As far as special effects go, a real grizzly bear is used, but it's so obvious they shot bear scenes and people scenes separately, so the man on bear "action" pretty much consists of a couple of instances of "guy in bear suit" effects and horrid CG cartoon blood splattering on the screen to indicate a death. The only times I was ever really happy was when one of these idiots finally got killed, which is always offscreen or unimaginative in their presentations. David DeCoteau has directed so many films, most of which are low-grade and corny, that can sometimes be fun and engaging. This one is definitely not one of them. The best part of the film was the ending, not because this borefest was finally over, but also because the bear wins. Overall, bleh.
Jenny L (us) wrote: They should have kissed, though!!
Sherri S (de) wrote: Tragic. Complicated. Beautiful. Sorrowful. -Life-
Zaar D (ag) wrote: there's a collector's edition of this trash?
Tom S (de) wrote: The first 20 minutes is one of the most arresting sequences in cinema. It sets a tempo that the film rarely strays from in examining personal and social tragedy.
Lara E (ru) wrote: This movie made me cry as a child. In a good way.
Mike M (nl) wrote: Great movie pulling clips from old movies. Very well done and fun!
Shannon R (kr) wrote: As good as a straight to DVD movie could be.
Mateo S (ca) wrote: One an emotional level, I can't help but get a little verklempt more than once...mostly due to the sterling acting, utterly compelling music and storytelling. There is a one-or-two seconds long shot of two characters touching hands as they view a new species...and this small-like-a-bomb shot encapsulates the beauty, love, trials and endurance that makes me love this movie almost more than any of the other thousands I've seen.
Nilufer R (it) wrote: It was a rather interesting movie. I was impressed with the plot and the acting even though I didn't know anyone from the cast. I didn't know what to expect too so it caught me by surprise which I liked.
Bart M (es) wrote: If you want to see an overweight 64 year old "Sniper" then this is your movie. You get the privileged of seeing him try to talk like someone who knows what he is doing, however uses poor trigger technique and even worse gun control. The acting is on par with other Seagal movies, so as long as you know that going in.. then this is your movie.