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Marisol W (ag) wrote: I liked this movie alot!!!
Corey M (mx) wrote: thos movie is alright and an interesting take on the end times... very amature though in my opnion
Marc F (us) wrote: not saying it's the best..... but one of my favorite werewolf flicks.... and probably best werewolf designs.....
Kevin W (ag) wrote: Although considered by many critics to be Jia Zhang Ke's masterpiece and indeed one of the finest films of the decade so far, it never quite resonated with me to that extent, though I don't think one viewing is quite enough to appreciate it's depth and detail. Platform weaves an allegorical tale of the fate of a state subsidised theatre troupe named The Peasant Culture Group from the late 1970s to the late 1980s, which mirrors the changes that were taking place in China throughout this period. In 1979, this troupe is touring villages across the country, educating the masses with Maoist propaganda and slogans. It's all very orthodox and disciplined - the authorities don't take too kindly to a traditional song performed backstage about having many wives and children - the performers are rebuked and reminded of the policy of monogamy and birth control. Indeed, the very next scene shows the troupe singing about China's one child policy in a rural village.As the economic and social reforms embarked upon by Deng Xiaoping take shape, the troupe find their subsidies cut and privatisation a natural consequence. Pop music, inspired by sounds emanating from Hong Kong and Taiwan become the group's repetoire, culminating in the rather embarrassing All Stars Rock and Breakdance Electronic Band, which tours the provinces to satiate the desire for China's youth for musical entertainment. But it's a long long way from their roots.Throughout this journey, Jia Zhang Ke shows the artistic and personal differences that occur within the group; relationships and friendships start and end, members have to earn salaries in "proper" jobs - unsafe mines which pay a meagre wage, whilst opposing the traditions and values of their parents who still try to arrange their children's lives and potential marriages, although the final scenes indicate how the dreams these performers once had have to be put on hold.Epic in scope and length, it's not an easy watch by any means, though patience and persistence should bring greater rewards. Typically shot in long takes with no close ups, Jia keeps a distance from the events taking place on screen, observing the social, economic and cultural changes that have taken place in this rapidly modernising country, acknowledging that progress can cut many people adrift. 'Platform' needs to be seen in the wider context of Jia's career as a film maker who has challenged conventions and examined the past, present and future of China for a decade now.
Tammy R (es) wrote: I Love this movie, I can watch it over and over, it never fails to make me laugh!
Teena J (es) wrote: i really loved this movie!its very enjoyable n hilarious!!
Adam M (kr) wrote: it continues, the experiment of a generation of filmmakers in France to see who can make characters look most like Muppets -- and, in the case of Dobermann, have less characterization than the Muppet show. The directors will not stop competing for this honor, whether the abstract material for their art is ultra-mayhem or hypersentimentalism. Extra points for putting Vincent Cassel in an ugly wig -- they love it!3 or 4 good shots, the rest make you want to re-watch Raimi or Rodriguez... even Besson for God's sake who is at least good at getting all his ducks in a row.
Thomas K (jp) wrote: One of my all-time favorite comedies.
Daniel B (us) wrote: a sleeper that illustrates spacek's talent and how eric roberts might have been bigger than julia. Sam shepard appears...sort of.
Jennifer C (us) wrote: Some great Peter Seller's moments, but not my favorite of his films.
Victor B (gb) wrote: I thought it was less annoying that the first one, still it can't help being horrible.
Mon K (nl) wrote: A little disappointing despite the great cast!
Patrick Y (it) wrote: Marnie is Alfred Hitchcock's mixtape: there are elements of a romantic comedy, a psychological thriller, a Southern Gothic play, and a heist (because why not?). The film's plot about Sean Connery's character trying to sexually tame Tippi Hedren's Marine meanders for most of its two hour plus runtime, and it's hard to tell if the whole thing works. However, Hitchcock's astute direction and the film's sharp script provide breathtaking visuals and snappy banter that will thoroughly entertain anyone who's willing to take the ride.
Fatma A (nl) wrote: loved that movie!! strange concept.
Patrick F (ag) wrote: Burns is a brilliant filmmaker, and it continues to show with his return to the Fitzgeralds. Additionally, his ability to continually put together a tremendous cast. Great flick.