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The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin

The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin

With over 23 years in the business, Bruce Joel Rubin has done it all. From his Oscar-winning screenplay for the romantic-comedy-drama Ghost, to the psychological thriller Jacob's Ladder, ...

With over 23 years in the business, Bruce Joel Rubin has done it all. From his Oscar-winning screenplay for the romantic-comedy-drama Ghost, to the psychological thriller Jacob's Ladder, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kris B (ru) wrote: Harrelson is the loveable, misguided but ultimately, heroic Defendor. Yes, with an O

Alberto Z (de) wrote: Simple and small indie movie that show us the honest, brutal truth of now.I found beauty in the silence and it's full of details. The director makes feel audience kind of voyeur, until the point to feel compassion and frustrated because u just want to help Wendy in some way. Very close and intime film just about a young american girl making her way to move to Alaska for better opportunities, in company of her lovely dog Lucy, and wants to get on her way as fast as possible before her money runs out.The narrative is quite simplistic, confirming one more time the simplest stories are the most effecting

Ollie W (ag) wrote: There is a hint of Almodovar in this defiantly optimistic tale of prostitution and chauvinism and more than a hint of Ken Loach in the brutal realism of the camera work and the complete authenticity of the performances. Their are some terribly harrowing scenes and a sense of approval regarding prostitution which seem ill-advised, but all-in-all, this is a memorable, hilarious, disturbing indictment of anti-multiculturalism in the squalid, inevitable lives of middle-class prostitutes in Spain.

Bridget C (ag) wrote: You wouldn't think there'd be a lot to recommend about a film set in a sock factory in Uruguay but this is utterly charming and wryly funny

TheScarlatescu R (jp) wrote: hilarious, a disaster comedy made in good taste

Lucas M (nl) wrote: A agonizing dark humor film, Mojave Moon is a good film, however, is not so fresh.

Peter L (ru) wrote: It may be a long film, but that does not distract it from being a masterpiece in cinematography.By the way, Lawrence of Arabia, The Big Country, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, are all long films, but are still magnificent films.When the script, storyline and sublime music, composed by Ennio Morricone, are magnificent, its difficult to criticise the film.

Ariua k (es) wrote: I decide to revisit this from after 17 years because I just finished reading the "Mangas" of Alien Arrives on Earth (Contamination). This film its self was a "Video Nasty" in England a list for prosecuting film that are violent and this motion picture got onto that list with all the people exploding in slow motion. Of course it's an Alien (film) rip-off with all the 007 elements in it too although this does have its advantages over Alien. I admit to being frightened of this film with my laserdisc called Alien Contamination when I was really young with all the dead "bodies" just littering the ground, though that version was the edited version that no-one liked. Today I have the Blue Underground DVD which has been digitally re-mastered and is fully Uncut. I think it's funny that the movie was a nasty from England but I laugh that this movie caused some much controversy (I mean why?). It's not that violent it's just ultra bloody though today it holds a 15 rating in England but it always hold's a 15 rating here in Korea for its time and China and Japan and Thailand. I boat drifts into NYC seemingly empty "With no one on board" so the police have a look and find the boat riddled with dead bodies of the passengers for some reason there insides were everywhere. And then they find eggs "Hundreds or even thousands" of them but when heated to a degree they explode spewing out a foul acid that makes the things it touch explode into nothing (or all over the place). So discover the eggs are linked to a mission to mars that ended badly so they get in touch with Ian one of the crew. He explains that they found a cave with millions of them and that someone might be making them here on earth So of course it hits those 007 elements in the second half you know like Stealth, Disguises, Enemies, Deadly evil plans. Ian McCulloch to me it's a very underrated actor who can show us his acting ability very well to me he does a better 007 then Timothy Dalton. Louise Marleau is like one of the bond girls but she herself doesn't do much, like always in any 007 movie the enemies takes them to the secret layer and there they find this alien breading the eggs and it plans to devour them, were Ian McCulloch kicks down the door and starts shooting all the mind controlled minions. The special effects are indeed bloody but not gory, I like the part were the acid stuff leaks onto one of the minions and his insides explode and come out his chest (Alien rip-off of course. And of course the hideous Alien with a massive head like a Martian (he is one of course). With all those unknowing body parts when he devours one of the people. So in all respect to this the effects are MAD there the reason it was banned in the UK and other country willing to sell it. I think what ruins the film is its Pace being slow of course and some scene at least being fast moving. I think it just dulls down the film that's the reason I gave it a "70%". The Mangas kind of drag as well but there altered in a different way. Ian is still the Hero of the Mangas in Anime style but the Alien looks a lot different. Goblins score was a let down wasn't all that good. (My favourite from them is Hell of the Living Dead) Look I Close this not sure there is much else to say." it's not the best Flick to come out of Italy but still good but not violent" If your not sure about the movie watch the "trailer".

Fong K (it) wrote: Though tempted to scoff at the ostentatious flesh parade, this historical action delight impresses with gorgeous cinematography, exciting blood-drunk battle scenes and a surprisingly vivid and stirring narration.

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