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Kurt B (fr) wrote: Gritty revenge in the decaying north.
Kurt B (de) wrote: The outright predictability of this film still doesn't stop it from breaking every stereoptype it's based upon.
Aylana S (jp) wrote: THIS MOVIE WAS A TOTAL WASTE OF MY TIME!! I WAS SOOOO HAPPY THAT THEY FINALLY CAME, BUT NO. THEY WERE ABOVE MARK WHITE'S COFFIN. FUCKING MARK WHITE'S COFFIN. What a waste of built up nerves and anxiety for this movie. I do not, I repeat DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE WHATSOEVER. WHAT WAS THE POINT OF GETTING THE AUDIENCE EXCITED. If I could give this movie negative stars, I WOULD. that's just it.
Wayan T (ru) wrote: If you love design, you're gonna love this movie
Kevin J (es) wrote: I agree with just about everything it has to say, but its wastes entirely too much time on its dull "investigation" and is only entertaining in spurts
Sarah G (mx) wrote: It's not really my cup of tea. It was interesting to see the experience of Italians on their voyage to America and on Ellis Island. Other than that, there were random scenes that didn't really fit with the rest of the movie. Apparently that makes it art, but I thought it was just too strange.
Fred V (nl) wrote: Hm, I didn't like it that much: the humor was mostly lame.
Tarin P (au) wrote: It's a silly and funny teen comedy. It's not the best but memorable characters and memorable scenes make it a memorable film. However the plot of this film isn't very consistent and leads to nothing.
Thomas K (ca) wrote: The leads are attractive but the film goes nowhere.
Chris M (ca) wrote: Fairly run-of-the-mill not-so-thrilling thriller. Two decent lead characters, and some interest in the while can-she/can't-she see scenario. But that's about it.
Luke W (gb) wrote: While Jagged Edge has some great acting and a mostly good plot, I would have liked for there to have been more effort to cast doubt on the killer's identity. Having said this, don't let that discourage you from seeing an otherwise fantastic film because Close and Bridges are in fine form (aren't they always?).
Orlok W (mx) wrote: Dark, voyeuristic, over-the-top, yet subtly wacky comedy--Hilariously quirky... Murderously Innocent!!
David S (ru) wrote: I read into this film and it seems this is one of the cinema greats. Has a Criterion release, great scores for the most part. I'm on the complete opposite side of the norm. I didn't really enjoy Easy Rider. There isn't any character development whatsoever. It's just 2 guys with drugs driving across the country to New Orleans and their journey. What I got from it is to always be yourself as they are looked at as outcasts from the social normal, clean cut men with trucks. They're long haired, drug using, motorcycle riding hippies. And this ultimately plays out with the shocking ending. I didn't see what happened coming at all and ultimately saved this film from getting a rough score from me. The soundtrack is also great. I understand this film was iconic when it came out during the time that it did. But for me, my huge expectations were unfortunately letdown.
Jon C (fr) wrote: Classic carry on film, the team at their brilliant best american accents and all!!!
Dave H (jp) wrote: "Dark Passage"...snigger, get it, hehehe. OK, so you can tell by even the title its a really old movie. They've never use that these days for anything but porn. But this 1946 noirish thriller is seldom less than interesting. The best parts are the first person POV of literally the entire first half of the film, you don't actually see the leading man's face - and remember how huge Bogie was back then. Imagine hiring Tom Hanks these days and keeping his face hidden for half the film. Don't see it happening (unless we're talking Toy Story of course). But the conceit is not only pulled off technically brilliantly in Dark Passage, it matches the plot perfectly, and all the while we've got Bogie hard-bitten voiceover leading us along anyway. In fact, the second half, when we actually SEE Bogie's wrinkly mug, isn't quite as interesting as the first, as the plot struggles to tie things together with some hard-to-swallow stretches of character motivation. And Bogie seems tired in these bits, whereas Bacall is luminous through. But she's not the star of the film, and neither is Bogie, really. No, the star is 1940s San Francisco - it's is awesome to see how much has changed, and especially how much hasn't. Definitely the highlight of this always interesting, but never quite compelling, film.
Calvin C (us) wrote: Gary Cooper once again shows his everyman hero in this solid war story about a man who finds God and is torn between defending his country and defending his beliefs. Grade: B+
Steven S (us) wrote: It was a great movie.
Jake J (fr) wrote: One of all time greats thanks to Steven Spielberg!!
Ben L (us) wrote: The atmosphere of The Third Man is superb. It captures that dark, noir feel and creates an ideal mood. I like a good murder mystery, and there was a number of interesting puzzles to solve as the movie progressed. The cast is quite good, in particular I loved the scenes where Joseph Cotten interacted with Trevor Howard or Orson Welles. They had some intense sequences with more going on than what each character would come right out and say. My biggest struggle with The Third Man was the fact that there was no mystery in it for me. I figured out what was going on very early, and I can't even explain why I was so convinced that I was correct, but turns out I was right all along. This took away a lot of the intrigue, and there wasn't enough other stuff going on in the story that I could keep my interest level high. It's not a total failure of the film or the script, but part of my enjoyment in murder mysteries is the struggle to unravel the truth, and I didn't get that here. It also felt like the stakes were low, and that sucked some of the tension out of the climax. Finally, it's worth a mention that this movie's score should probably go on an all-time worst list. It is almost all composed of one tune played on a zither again and again to the point where I wanted to scream. It becomes downright oppressive to the point where I dread the next break in the action because I know that music is coming. Aside from this frustration I'll admit The Third Man is well-made, and probably deserving of all the critical praise, but it was only OK for me.
Royce K (kr) wrote: Perpetually funny and can be enjoyed regardless of the language you speak yourself.