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Bernie F (us) wrote: Wow!Didn't think ppl could Act so bad especially that Cressida Bonas....She should stick to socializing lolLame story line too lol
Jonathan M (br) wrote: Ken Loch's I, Daniel Blake stars Dave Johns as Daniel Blake, a Newcastle joiner who has recently had a major heart attack. His doctor says that he absolutely cannot return to work as his heart's condition is far too serious. However, the British government has deemed him "fit for work" which means he cannot collect the British equivalent to America's Disability Insurance. Now that the government has deemed him fit for work, he must collect Job Seekers Allowance, where he must look for work at least 35 hours a week (even though he cannot work). The film gives two different points of view, one from Daniel Blake and one from Katie (Hayley Squires), a single mother of two who has recently moved out to Newcastle. Her situation is very simple, she has two kids and because she was late for her appointment due to her being lost (once again, she recently moved out to Newcastle) she has been sanctioned. This means that her Job Seekers Allowance has been frozen for 4 weeks (which she can only appeal retroactively). Daniel befriends Katie in the building where she is attempting to collect her Allowance. Daniel attempts to help the family (not financially as he has not income) but through general acts of kindness, like fixing the fuse box in their house or making things for the kids. Most people may not know what people who are forced to live on the social safety net struggle with on a daily basis and the film does an excellent job at explaining to people. As far as cinematography goes, it is spot on. There is one specific scene in a food bank that because of the great writing, acting, and camera work is one of the most stunning scenes in any film of the past decade. It is truly? heartbreaking. Acting is spot on by Dave Johns and Hayley Squires, Squires in particular truly captures the desperation on behalf of a single mother of two who must go to great lengths to put food on the table. Overall, this film is breathtaking in its telling of the stories of so many people. There are hundreds of thousands of Daniel Blake out there and hopefully, ?this exemplary film will allow them to be heard. This film should be mandatory viewing for any politician and frankly to anyone. See it!
Kenneth J (fr) wrote: Great concert DVD and the Stones still rocking.
Nathan C (fr) wrote: Had A Long Cast List...WHAT?No Bruce Willis, Shame! Instead there was Harrison Ford.Not A Fan!This didn't make much sense as Expendables 2 but still had a good time with Expendables 3.Score: 6.5/10
Tim M (au) wrote: Charming horror romcom with a great story. Fans of "Tucker and Dale" and "Sightseers" should love it.
MsRita H (us) wrote: i dont think i saw this one nor
Jose H (ca) wrote: Te deja con el cerebro sobrecalentado... Super bien!
Chris M (br) wrote: In my opinion, Treasure Planet is the only movie.
winda n (es) wrote: small ballz filmz wak
Dammy G (ca) wrote: It's bad. But it's just the calm before the storm.
Chris P (au) wrote: This was actually a really heart-warming, nice sequel. It had a scintillating plot, a nice secondary character in Ali, and other lessons that came out in the process. This one was entertaining to watch.
Edith N (us) wrote: It strikes me that the first thing to do before putting on an opera is to find out if anyone can sing. Now, Toni Collette can, and beautifully, but the rest of the cast? Not so much. Hence a spoken production of [i]Cosi fan Tutte[/i]. In a mental ward. Do I even have to mention that hilarity ensues? Admittedly, it's a pretty poignant hilarity at times. I mean, we are, after all, looking at mental patients. These are not happy people. And, indeed, their director--not a mental patient--is not always a happy person. His relationship with his girlfriend is not the best, and [i]Cosi[/i] is putting a strain on it. Not least because, after about halfway through, it's no longer a job. About halfway through, he stops having a job at all. However, he cannot give up [i]Cosi[/i]; none of them can. Most of the cast are stereotypes of mental patients, however. As is usually the case, their whole purpose is to be wacky. Now, I am perfectly aware that this is a comedy. However, even in comedies, some characters are better realized than others. Toni Collette's Julie, for example, is "merely" an addict and therefore can be multidimensional. But David Wenham's Doug is just crazy. The others, whose names I cannot reliably remember, are just crazy. That is all they are to be used for. I am perfectly aware that I'm more sensitive to the issue than most, of course. I'm also aware that most characters in comedies aren't painted with the finest brush. However, for the most part, the mentally ill in film are [i]only[/i] mentally ill. There is seldom anything else of interest about them. After a while, it's very wearing. Still, this is a very funny movie. And the production of [i]Cosi[/i] is in fact quite good. We still get the music of Mozart, since the production is done with a record playing in the background. (They also have an accordionist with a Wagner fixation, but they keep him safely under wraps.) I'll admit that I think aspects of the plot don't come through entirely, but it's still a very good movie.
Philip E (us) wrote: Love this movie scene it a hundred times
Ryan C (mx) wrote: a great film that has some amazing scenes and characters. great story
Kyle L (jp) wrote: "this movie portray certain traits that really encompass the weaknesses of the troubled youth"
Brian S (nl) wrote: Wow, I haven't seen something this nonsensical in a while. This film deserves it's name, cause that's all it is, trash. It's one of the biggest fuck ups of 1987, Street Trash takes an interesting idea and turns it into a steamy pile of shit. The acting is bad, the special effects are disgusting and the script is cluncky, there seems to be 2 different stories that go on at the same time and there's no explanation on the deadly liquor's origins. It's pretty much boring and silly, that's sums it up perfectly.
Joseph S (es) wrote: Uplifting. Character development.