The Genius Club
Seven geniuses, with IQs over 200, are plucked from their lives on Christmas Eve to try to solve the world's problems in one night
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Iamroan G (br) wrote: if a person knows how to apologize.then that personis a step closer to becoming betterlove that line from kim chiu
Wayne K (ag) wrote: The Artist is a rare gem which celebrates all that is glorious about cinema, while also being a standout film itself. Jean Dujardin is perfectly cast as George Valentin, a dashing, debonair silent movie star at the top of his game. He's self-absorbed and unwilling to fully share the spotlight with his co-stars, but is still infinitely likable, mostly because he's not only excellent at what he does, but because he loves it so deeply. Dismissing the rise of 'talkies' as a passing fad, we witness him spiral into personal depression and professional redundancy especially when someone younger and feistier is threatening to supplant him. What makes this so clever is that Peppy, vibrantly played by the gorgeous Brnice Bejo, knocks him off the top spot by exhibiting the exact same charm and good looks that made Valentin such a star in the first place. Despite many scenes which drag, particularly in the middle, and often appear to be unnecessarily maudlin and drawn out, The Artist is overall a funny, sharp and deeply touching film that uses minimal dialogue, a perfectly apt soundtrack, stellar performances, clever symbolism and possibly the most talented on-screen animal in cinematic history to remind us why movies have meant so much to us over the years, and why their magic has endured the test of time.
Jeri T (nl) wrote: No idea what it's about, but who cares? It has Gale Harold in it
Chris B (mx) wrote: This film is entertaining and funny. I don't think this film will ever be a classic but I just give it the pass because I laughed enough and the acting was really good from Robert Downey Jr. Plus you get some good action scenes.
Jorge M (ru) wrote: This film has a stupid premise, is ridiculously predictable, and the actors were shamelessly typecast (of course). However, I still found it funny enough to watch in its entirety, instead of continuing to channelsurf. I'm not necessarily recommending it, but if you're hangin' with a few guys and it happens to be on, there could be worse things to have on.
Yann F (de) wrote: Le concept de ce film est tres interessant : il s'agit d'un faux making-off sur un faux documentaire de Werner Herzog sur le mythe du monstre du Loch Ness. A travers cette mise en abime originale, Zak Penn rend un bel hommage a la carriere du cineaste allemand, maltraite la legende Herzog (avec la complicite de l'interesse) et dresse une satire amusante des moeurs hollywoodiennes. Mais "Incident sur le Loch Ness" a un peu de mal a tenir la distance. Penn gache un peu son sujet dans la seconde moitie du film, par un exces de caricature : une bimbo transformee en fausse experte en sonar doit plonger en bikini dans le Loch sur ordre du producteur ; ce meme producteur abandonne lachement l'equipe de tournage alors qu'elle est attaquee par le monstre... ces "gags" un peu lourds viennent du coup plomber une critique jusqu'ici plutot subtile et pertinente du milieu cinematograhique. Les scenes d'apparition du monstre - filmees facon "Blair Witch" - sont en revanche plutot reussies.
Lesley N (jp) wrote: Pocket-sized Kirikou, top contender for hero-with-the-cutest-bum-in-the-world, sorts out his villagers woes and saves the day. The plot flows along like being read to from a much-loved storybook and there's lots of rich colours and pretty music by Youssou N'Dour. Fabfabfabfabfab...
Stuart K (au) wrote: Directed by Jess Franco, whose brand of low-budget horror was always able to attract respectable actors. But, sometimes he just made low-budget, sleazy trash, that also attracted a name or two, and this is one of those films. It's badly edited and even more badly dubbed as well. Set in a woman's prison on an unnamed island, it begins when new inmate Marie (Maria Rohm) arrives at the prison and is stripped of her name and is given the number 99, the prison is ran by the sadistic lesbian warden Thelma Diaz (Mercedes McCambridge) and the leering, perverse Governor Santos (Herbert Lom) and submits the female prisoners to torture, rape and lesbianism. However, the Ministry of Justice has Diaz replaced by the kindly and more diplomatic Leonie Caroll (Maria Schell) who disagrees strongly with Diaz and Santos' methods of torture and abuse, and even begins with trying to seek parole for Marie, but when that goes nowhere fast, Marie along with Natalie (Luciana Paluzzi) and Zoie (Rosalba Neri) escape, with prison guards and male prisoners in hot pursuit. This sort of thing was done much better in Black Mama, White Mama (1973), this is just dull and plodding, and the sexuality, when it comes, is just sickening and softcore at best. Franco's work was cheap and nasty at best, and this is the nastiest of them all.
Robert B (jp) wrote: Alphaville is a sci-fi detective story, a kind of proto-Blade Runner, with French New Wave charm (the kind which makes your favorite electronica artist probably be in love with it). The film is both visionary and naive, stylish and gauche, but the plusses far overmaster the negatives. This is the type of film where you can see how good it is by noticing its flaws, and thinking: "Ah, but so what, this is still such a good movie." The one exception is the love story, there really is not much of any chemistry there, and it is a kind of anti-Casablanca, in that respect. (Yet even this flaw works, and is not such a flaw, if you think about why it does not work and the themes of the film.) Nonetheless, Alphaville is a must-see for lovers of art and film.
Prabhanjan D (nl) wrote: Pather Panchali in 1955 is perhaps Ray's best known work to date and is the first part of his Apu Trilogy. He sees the world through the eyes of his protagonist Apu and weaves his brand of lyrical realism in the film. The Bengali film has won honours at the Cannes Film Festival and is counted amongst the best films in World Cinema.
Tom S (br) wrote: Friday Foster was really fun. Not quite as good and fun as Coffy, but much better than the movie with pretty much the exact same storyline as Coffy, Foxy Brown. Friday had good laughs, the best storyline I've yet seen in a blaxploitation flick and even one really great jaw-drop moment.
Bryan S (us) wrote: Best transporter for me.