Janie’s just trying to get well. As she recovers from a violent psychotic break, she’s subjected each day to a bizarre holistic health and wellness regimen designed, and enforced, by her lifelong nanny and caretaker. But when she develops an obsession with a stranger, Janie's buried demons begin to surface.
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(it) wrote: Some movies are made to be pointless and full of special effects :) Stop hating ! The fans are enjoying and there's nothing you can do ;)
(jp) wrote: While I found Drive to be sublime cinematic poetry, it didn't really satisfy my lust for balls-to-the-wall car chases and, while the two movies shouldn't really be compared, Motorway certainly gives more bangs for the buck in that regard. However, there are similarities: Like Nicolas Winding Refn, director Cheang favours minimalist camera set-ups, cool synth soundtracks and a stripped down plot that does away with the ubiquitous back stories and literally cuts to the chase(s). Mostly shot at night, the drivers and their cars slip like sharks through the neon-slashed streets or prowl silently in darkened car parks before hurling themselves full throttle at each other like charging bulls: Cheang's attention to sound and detail gives the movie caged animal tension throughout its rigorously edited hour-and-a-half. While those looking for the botoxed thrills of Drive Angry or 2 fast 2 Furious might be left wanting, lovers of car porn will be more than satisfied with Motorway.
(mx) wrote: Great movie iv never been one to see this type of move I was looking in my instant Q on netflix so I said let me check it out it turned out to be the biggest shock, the movie was a lot of fun and very good music in it really enjoyed, it might start out as kinda of a joke of a movie but then it grabs u and u want to see it through untill it ends! :)P.S. Iv seen very few bollywood Indian movies. Great musical/ story
(jp) wrote: While I am a fan of Albert Brooks and he is clearly from the same school as Larry David, I believe Larry David could have done this concept better.
(fr) wrote: Such a stupid freaking wonderful awesome movie....realized I had never written a review, so I hopped on it like a spider monkey. John C. Reilly is perfect in this movie, just like Jesus in a tuxedo t-shirt.
(ag) wrote: If you don't mind watching a crazy women carrying around her dead husbands head in tupperwear, it's great. Not to mention the fact that Meatloaf is in it.
(jp) wrote: Jackie Chan had planned on making Shaghai Noon for years before he eventually did with Owen Wilson. Of those numerous times he attempted it, 1997 was an especially interesting year. While going into production, Sammo Hung and Tsui Hark made Once Upon a Time in China and America, and took the story Chan was originally going to use and applied it to the Wong Fei Hung character. Jackie had to change certain things about his movie-i.e: the old west setting, which became Africa-, and his production eventually became 1997's Who am I? Shanghai Noon followed in the new millenium. This, though, is quite decent. It was filmed in Texas, btw.
(mx) wrote: The steady build up is worth the movie's deep characters and engaging story.
(jp) wrote: fun, funny, silly premise that delivers great 80's fun and dick jokes.
(es) wrote: Definitely one of the best movies I've ever seen. It moved me to tears. Sure there were parts that might have been a bit corny, but even those parts were overlooked with the overall message of the film. It truly inspired me to want to be a better person like the lead who Anthony Hopkins portrayed. The music and film score was also very moving and touching the entire time while adding to the depth of the film, and many times the music felt as though it was perfectly timed with how everything else was proceeding.I would absolutely watch this movie again.