Supporting Characters

Supporting Characters

Two New York film editors balance their personal relationships while reworking a movie in crisis.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bar,   kissing,   filmmaking,  

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Grant H (ca) wrote: Though I am a sucker for period pieces, this one was slower than would have liked, but Glenn Close is pretty darn good. That is really the only piece keeping my rating above average, albeit moderately.

Ricky G (nl) wrote: Really good movie reminds you of alot like Crash - was worried seeing Dane in such a serious role he nailed it

Kathryn D (mx) wrote: it was pretty good but it was also rlly predictable lol

Sarah C (es) wrote: I didn't really know what to make of this and admittedly my own lack of knowledge about the situation in Haiti didn't really help, given that prior knowledge seems to be assumed. I couldn't relate to the two main protagonists, I hate the kind of macho posturing they embodied, and couldn't really work out whether they had any genuine interest in the well-being of the people around them, beneath the gangsta talk. Were they leaders or warlords? Pass. As for the French relief worker, I was baffled by her personal involvement with them and found her behaviour totally unprofessional and inappropriate. Overall this documentary was pretty incoherent and depressing but seemed to stay true to the ethos of presenting an impartial view of a situation. A confused three stars for opening my mind to world events and putting Haiti firmly at the bottom of my list of holiday destinations.

Dan S (br) wrote: Not very good. Pretty boring.

Mike M (kr) wrote: Martians Go Home. This is another of those 80's era movies that Critics hate because it does not take itself seriously. It is a parody of 50's sci-fi Xenophobia that uses second tier comedians to display a picture of a Martian culture that serves only to annoy others when given the chance. The movie gets blasted for using such "talent", but those cast truly do fit the bill to a T. Besides, did the critics really want to see Eddie Murphy or George Carlin toss out obnoxious one lines meant more to irritate than elicit laughter? It does have kind of a "wizard of Oz" vibe going thought it. Surreal until you want to cry out for home. If you are into bad cinema such as "The Big Bus" or "Americathon" I highly suggest you give this a spin.

George C (us) wrote: A great Peckinpah film about Rodeo.

Doug E (it) wrote: Slow moving and sluggish, not one of Kate's better efforts.

Debby H (ag) wrote: The best movie, the best story, the best actors, Ever.

JuanKa P (gb) wrote: Mike (Channing Tatum) es un stripper de casi 30 aos que quiere triunfar en la vida. Tiene su vida repartida entre una serie de negocios,pero l quiere dedicarse a desarrollar toda su creatividad en diseos de muebles, algo que hasta ahora le haba sido negado. Kid es un muchacho joven y desorientado al que Mike (Alex Pettyfer) empieza a apoyar para que salga adelante. Kid tiene en Mike la figura de un hermano mayor Entre ambos se genera un vnculo de amistad muy fuerte, que incluso acercar a MIke a la hermana de Kid. Mike ensear a Kid a pasarlo bien en la noche, mujeres, fiesta y ganar dinero. Divertida, hasta ah

Chris B (it) wrote: This movie has been weird to me.The first time I watched it I did not understand it and didn't like it. I just rewatched it and it was like I was watching a completely different movie. This is my second favorite Scorsese movie behind Goodfellas. Scorsese and De Niro make the best movies together. De Niro's performance as Travis Bickle is one of the best of all time. The ending of this movie is incredible so I don't want to spoil it for you. The dialogue throughout this film is amazing and doesn't let you take your eyes off the screen. This is a great character study of Travis Bickle.