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Undrkva B (mx) wrote: As boring as possible - was looking for an action movie, and nearly fell asleep
Rosanne A (gb) wrote: Really enjoyed watching this one
v h (us) wrote: It's been just over a year since I began my new career as a pretend movie critic. Despite the fact that the pay sucks and I'm under constant pressure to satisfy the demands of my small but loyal fan base, here I am, 75 reviews later, still churning them out. So last night I rented a movie: "Donnie Darko - Director's Cut". I think this was the first "new release" movie I've rented since I started writing reviews. Since I see almost everything that I have any interest in seeing in the theatre, my rare rentals are usually old favorites which I rent mainly for the purpose of trying to inflict my taste on others. So after watching "Donnie Darko", I had a decision to make: should I only review movies that I see in the theatre or should I review rentals too? And my decision is this: rentals don't count. So no review. And for consistency's sake, I've also deleted the mini-review of "Two Brothers", which I saw on a plane. Planes don't count either. Only theatres count. So let's see how much I can write without talking about the movie I'm supposed to be reviewing. I guess that ought to do it. I've been scraping the bottom of the barrel lately trying to find a movie which seems like it might be worth leaving my couch for. I didn't feel all that enthusiastic about "Lost Embrace", but at least it's playing nearby. It's about this guy named Ariel who works in his mother's lingerie store in a mall in Buenos Aires. The mall is filled with family-run businesses of all ethnic persuasions: the Italian-run electronics store, the Asian feng-shui store, the Jewish fabric store. Ariel doesn't seem to do any real work; he mostly just assists the hot owner of the adjacent Internet cafe with trying on her potential purchases. Ariel wants desperately to move to Europe, so he runs around gathering documents from his grandmother to try to get a Polish passport. Ariel's father lives in Israel, where he moved to fight in the Yom Kippur War of 1973 shortly after Ariel was born, never to return. Ariel hates his father for abandoning the family but Ariel's mother wants him to visit his father on a kibbutz in Israel. So this is all about as exciting as it sounds. Around this point, I finished off my bag of extra-buttery popcorn and soon drifted off into a sound sleep, as if my popcorn were laced with a generous dose of Nyquil. I actually had a real dose of Nyquil before going to bed last night and it didn't knock me out nearly as effectively as this somnolent movie did. But, as best as I could tell, nothing much happened after I stopped watching anyway. I'd open my eyes every few minutes, read a few subtitles, think about how much I needed a Coke, and then drift back off to sleep. Once I dreamt that I was still watching the movie, but then I woke up and realized that my eyes had been closed the entire time. Another time, I woke up to find that there were two rows of subtitles, and it took me a while to realize that the row I was reading was not in English. But I might have dreamt that too. The next thing I knew, Ariel's father was in town and his grandmother started singing him an old song and things were wrapping up. And none too soon for me. OK, granted I slept through maybe 40% of this film, but even before that, things were mind-numbingly boring anyway. None of the characters were the least bit interesting, with the exception of the grandmother. If I was supposed to be swept up by some sort of quirky slice-of-life charm, it was completely lost on me. If you're thinking of seeing this movie, I'd recommend that you stay home and rent "Donnie Darko" instead. And then maybe you can explain it to me.
Naturopathic K (us) wrote: As someone who practices medicine, and studies medicine from people past and present who have seen thousands upon thousands of people, it is without question the vegetarian diet is the best diet for reversing chronic disease. However, this is not to say that they need to be a vegetarian forever, nor is it to say that the vegetarian diet is the best diet because there is no best diet for an individual other than the one which fits his or her temperament.The internet is filled with opinions that are based upon many opinions of people who have never studied medicine or treated a single patient. This has absolutely no merit for me. Seeing patients is an entirely different world than reading about something on the internet. Moreso, reading about the same problem on the internet as it walks into your clinic are two entirely different situations. The system is broke. The entire philosophy of modern medicine is inept. Attempting to remove disease from the body is akin to trying to remove darkness from a room. You can only give a dark room light if you want to see, just as you can only give a diseased person health if you want them to be healthy again. This is common sense. And the movie illustrates this perfectly.
Luke T (au) wrote: Mike Nichols bounced right back to his brilliant directing best with this superb comedy drama which made Melanie Griffith a huge star. She arguably gives the best performance of her career as Tess, a secretary whose boss steals her ideas.Her boss is brilliantly played by Sigourney Weaver who offers solid support to Griffith. However Griffith will take a huge chance when Weaver is taken ill, so in order to get revenge she pretends that she has her boss's job.It's a very clever film in a way that does provide some good laughs and of course lots of good, messy hair. There is also decent support from Joan Cusack, Kevin Spacey and Harrison Ford.Nichols' direction is solid and this is one film from the year of this release which I like a lot, particularly due to the excellent performances from Griffith and Weaver. It also proves that work that can be fun - you can have a lot of fun.