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Jesus R (au) wrote: For such a great message, its execution could of been better. Despite that great acting from the cast.
Rod G (ru) wrote: Aunque las pelculas de Astrix y Oblix han perdido importancia con el tiempo, por lo menos "Astrix and Oblix: God Save Britannia" se esmera en crear otra cmica aventura de estos galos, ponindolos en situaciones llenas de referencias al cine occidental y burlas a los rasgos europeos con ingeniosos dilogos y chistes de buen gusto.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: A simple yet driven True story about 71 young student learning and struggling in the real war!!
Khadijah S (it) wrote: l really love the movie!!
Sunidhi A (fr) wrote: typical southie..loved it :)
Ryan H (au) wrote: America- the 1940's, post World War. The dawn of the age of the Beatnik. "On the Road" is based on the Jack Kerouac novel of the same name, which is still loved by many as one of the great American novels. The film follows a young writer named Sal Paradise as he criss-crosses the country, his life often intersecting with the charismatic Dean Moriarty. They do things. They take copious amounts of drugs. They have a lot of sex. They never stay in one place for too long, because there is always that pull to go back on the road.I tried reading "On the Road" once. I honest to God tried. I couldn't finish it, because it bored me to tears. There's a lot of rambling musings of strung out poets that sound a lot more profound than they are. These are the kind of guys you meet at parties that are sitting in the corner, surrounded by a small crowd of half-plastered listeners, as they drone on about how "light is darkness man. We're all just on a cosmic loom. You're all zombies, man! Somnambulist droves of ambulatory automatons (etc. etc. etc...)" Stuff that sounds deep and meaningful that will end up on some stoner's dorm room poster one day. I was hoping that the film would perhaps capture my attention in a more meaningful way. It did not. But at least I was able to finish it this time.I understand that this story is loved by a great deal of people. Its all about experiencing life, letting go of your inhibitions, finding true freedom, yadda yadda. What bothers me the most is that through the whole meandering 2-hour runtime, our main character never has any real goal, except for a vague search for Dean's father, and from beginning to end, none of the characters really change all that much. Maybe that's all fine and good for a story that is "like real life," and this just captures a few moments in time, but for crying out loud, this is a movie, and we need SOMETHING to hold on to to keep us invested in this plot. We only seem to jump from meet up to meet up between Dean and Sal, where they then proceed to get wasted, talk to each other in ways that no humans actually speak, listen to music, get seriously lit up, then have an orgy.Maybe its a metaphor for the free-flow of creativity. These little wispy nuggets of inspiration come careening out of the infinite and onto the page, seemingly from nowhere, and we all just need to hear about it in a movie. Ya dig?It's not all bad, though. The movie is filmed very well, particularly the sequences when they are traveling. These scenes actually do make me want to pack up and hit the road, just for the feeling of an open highway and unknown destination. That IS fun. I get that. The music was subtle and beautiful, orchestrated by the talented Gustavo Santaolalla (Into the Wild, Brokeback Mountain, The Last of Us) and accompanied the travel sequences well.Garrett Hedlund as Dean channels an early 90's Brad Pitt (which is interesting, considering that at one time, Brad Pitt was in talks for this very role.) He's very charismatic and charming, but also kind of a sleazy weasel. That's fun to say.Sleazy weasel. There is a surprisingly strong performance by Kirsten Dunst, of all people. I've always had a soft spot for her since I saw "Drop Dead Gorgeous" years ago, and Jumanji before that, but I hadn't seen her in anything recently, so that was a welcome surprise.But then... there was Kristen Stewart. Oh, Kristen. When will you make a good movie? Yes, you were better in this than in Twilight, I'll give you that. But my goodness, you are not great at this acting thing.There is also a disappointing and inexplicably weird role by Viggo Mortensen. At one point, he strips down and climbs into some kind of cupboard in the woods, claiming it has healing properties. Meanwhile, Amy Adams uses a broom to sweep lizards out of a tree. Wasn't quite sure what to do with that. This is not a great movie. I insisted on giving it a fair chance, but it's not any better than the book, and it made for a somewhat meandering waste of time. It looks nice, and wasn't terribly acted by about half the cast, but you can find a better way to spend an evening. Check out Game of Thrones or something. Have you watched True Detective yet? You should, it's super great.Ok.
Kelly C (br) wrote: I enjoyed the animation and special effects. My grip were the storylines. Particularly the ending, Billy Burke's purpose as to why he was on the island, etc. My biggest question is if a Oil company basically controlled the island, then why would an family be living on it?
Anthony B (it) wrote: Mildly entertaining 80's crime caper with a fantastic cast that deserved a better script to be working from, with William Russ and Ruben Blades providing some of the most entertaining and memorable moments in the movie.
Lilian W (es) wrote: While it did help Woody develop his style, it was not really that enjoyable
Tyler A (nl) wrote: solid acting, excellent paranoia and tension ratcheting.
Tony K (nl) wrote: Interesting look at waht the western looked like before John Ford changed everything with Stagecoach.
Mitchell B (kr) wrote: Great story and remarkable acting
Ricardo R (br) wrote: This movie was fantastic. I really enjoyed it. Freddie Highmore was great in this movie. The script was fabolous.