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Film C (mx) wrote: Whilst Hardy delivers a performance that draws you in, it's nothing more than a one man sitting in a car dealing with his life choices.
Joshua L (gb) wrote: Pretty damn good for a remake of an american film taken place in a country where American law doesn't exist. IT made me feel like dancing as well
Pam E (de) wrote: Interesting movie, makes you think about how different scientists can think. Its like entering a world you almost believe doenst exist but in movies.
Rachel C (kr) wrote: Better than I expected. I'm addicted to this movie! Only has one lame part that doesn't make sense towards the end.
Nonit D (ag) wrote: It was a nice movie!!!
Chuck M (br) wrote: the best war movie ever made, IMHO
Jens T (us) wrote: Abbas Kiarostami's Taste of Cherry is an extremely deep, reflecting drama about the values of life and death. It's a realistic film, in sense of time, we don't feel any jump in time, and it's not even filmed in real life time. But it might feel like that because of it's many long shots, which is just incredibly beautiful and relaxing as yourself was a part of that scene, in the same environment as the characters.Taste of Cherry is a story where we follow the middle-aged Mr. Baadi who is driving around Teheran's industrial landscape, to find some one who will take the job of bury him after he has taken his suicide pills, lying in his grave, a hole he dug near a cherry tree. But it's easier said than done, many people don't like the idea of being a part of someones suicide. Some of the people he meets quotes The Quran. Some are just very frighten.Taste of Cherry is just a terrific piece of filmmaking, about a man who drives around on a quest, and we are so lucky to get along on his quest, we even get a long in his car. We get to meet every kind of different personalities, who tell their own stories about who they are, where they are from, and what they are doing in the dusty outside of town. A great colorful movie, with a lot of colorful characters. Thumbs up.
Antonius B (it) wrote: Land and Freedom is a British drama, directed by the English left-wing director Ken Loach, with a script written by playwright Jim Allen. His and Ken Loach?s Marxist, Trotskyist, and anti-Stalinist orientations are evidently present in the film, although it is arguably the theme of Stalinist repression of anti-franquist communist and anarchist militias in Spain during the Civil War, to be mainly portrayed. In the end, given the several disputes and scuffles between the various anti-Franco factions, we wonder, with the director: What is the point to all this? The story develops through flashbacks, and it recounts of a David Carr, a British unemployed member of the Communist Party from Liverpool, who decides to go and fight the cause of the anti-franquist movement in the Spanish Civil War. The narration takes place through some letters Carr wrote, newspaper clippings, and other documents he collected, found and read by his granddaughter, right after his death. The film rides the wave of the leftoid socio-political movement of the 90?s, as already mentioned in this blog, with regards to La Haine and, similarly to the French film, this socio-political situation contributes greatly to its success, especially amongst certain circles. Other themes present in the film are the anti-Clericalism, revealed with the summary execution of the priest culpable of exposing the militians to the Franquist; rudimentary feminism, given the fact that in the POUM, men and women fight together; and finally, the socialist matrix also appears, especially in the village assembly scene, where the peasants vote for the collectivization of the land. This scene is arguably one of the best of the entire movie; Loach?s pursue of realism reaches its apex here. The camera loses its perspective, and plunges the viewer right into the live situation, and the dialogues are apt and poignant, also considering that most of the actors participating to this scene were non-professionals.
Kean Hooi T (fr) wrote: Oh yeah, Sound of the Music in the 90's... oooh yeah....... I'll follow you......
Nathan B (jp) wrote: Funny comedy with the great John Candy! I love how he puts up with nobody's crap! I love Amy Madigan and of course, Laurie Metcalf! I wonder if the Federal Express (FedEx to those who are younger than 25) man ever came, and if he was cute! I'd say if you haven't seen it yet, please do so! You'll be glad you did!
Adam B (jp) wrote: Nowhere near as good as the original. If I could give the original an A, this gets a C+ at best. Didn't even want stay to finish it after the first 80 minutes.
Michael M (br) wrote: One of those solid, actually landmark films that it's hard not to admire, but also hard to like. Some of the non-professional performers get in the way of the general success of it, but it's an interesting film. I found I couldn't watch it in one go -- there was a certain absence of momentum that resulted in me watching it in 3 parts. Good counterpart with Cleo -- contrasting style and central character about as much as could possibly be done.
Randy Y (mx) wrote: Rewatched it recently and (aside from the painful technology) it has withheld the test of time. Decent story, pace, characters.
William S (mx) wrote: saw this the day it was released, it was a terrible movie. the plot was ridiculous and the jokes were forced. it was nothing like the show which i mostly enjoyed.