The Goal of My Life
Ugur who is a fan of the football team, Fenerbahce, meets Pinar incidentally, and he falls in love with her.
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Adam W (au) wrote: Dragged out mediocre revenge film.Although blessed with a good cast with Forest Whittaker doing his best Louis Armstrong impression, Bale and Harrelson competent and a surprising performance from Casey Affleck the film is a dud.The first third is so slow and boring the film never really recovers.Affleck gets murdered then Bale seeks retribution for his murder, and all of this is 2 hours long!
Benot R (es) wrote: Katsuhito Ishii est un nom qui ne doit pas dire grand chose au public. Pourtant, pour tous ceux qui ont vu Kill Bill, ils ont dj vu une part de son travail. Il est responsable de la squence d'animation retraant la jeune de O-Ren Ishii. On est pourtant bien loin du sang dgoulinant et de la violence de la jeune femme pour ce Taste of Tea. Retraant la vie, simple, six membres d'une mme famille, l'oeuvre s'attache dpeindre des faits de la vie courante, de tous les jours. Quoi de plus banal, me diriez-vous? Oui mais c'est l qu'intervient l'imagination sans limite du metteur en scne, la base aussi du scnario. C'est un mlange incroyable d'humour dcal, de tendresse, de tristesse, de scnes totalement extraordinaires. Le film est d'ailleurs trs construit, o l'on a l'impression d'assister des petits sketchs par moment, des plus longs dans d'autres cas. Des scnes sont certainement appeles devenir cultes. Touchant, mouvant, ne tombant jamais dans la facilit ou les clichs, Ishii dpeint tout ce qui fait le Japon traditionnel mais aussi toute sa renomme. On ressent aussi normment l'influence d'autres cinastes: le titre est une rfrence directe l'oeuvre d'Ozu, Le got du sak, la fin n'a rien envier Miike, rappelant celle de Dead or Alive et il y en a bien d'autres. The Taste of Tea se dguste sans modration, vous laisse un souvenir marquant, et est appele tre revu pour mieux en apprcier sa saveur.
Alexander C (ru) wrote: The human beings are almost as interesting as the title character in this surprisingly subtle and engaging film about the cross-country adventures of a smart-mouthed parrot.
Michael T (nl) wrote: Draggy, talky and not very interesting.
Thomas B (ag) wrote: A gangster movie that is mediocre , at best.
Hugh J (gb) wrote: I definitely liked this better the second time. Claudine Auger and Luciana Paluzzi are friggin' gorgeous and both kick a little ass as well. Bond has some great lines in this and I actually laughed at a bunch of his quips. I'm not a fan of the extended underwater sequences although they are good, just not my thing. Nothing overtly cheesy although Largo falling on the steering wheel at the end and Bond saying that he's "jammed the controls" had me laughing for a bit. Also, I didn't like the random flunky who released Domino. Just didn't seem well thought out. Still, very enjoyable.
Katie R (es) wrote: The code kept this from being as fun, gritty, and sexy as it should have been. But it's Gable and Harlow. Can't go wrong there.
Alberto A (it) wrote: Es buena, psele a quien le pese.
Serena S (jp) wrote: I love this movie! kinda cliche but in a good way. favorite movie
Daniel D (ru) wrote: Straw Dogs has an eerie feel from the start, intellect American, David (Dustin Hoffman) movies into a villager with his maturely younger S.O., Amy (Susan George). It's obvious in this film that **** is going to go down, you can figure from every poster... or if you just heard of the movie from someone, so perhaps it was premeditated that I'd feel some intensity, but the film itself definitely creates an uptight atmosphere. David and Amy have their differences, David's more mature but Amy has more smarts when it comes to the locals. They have some tense trivial arguments, but sexually they're happy. The surrounding characters are not so pleasant, except for some elitists everyone surrounding is trash, or soon to be trash. British hicks who have no entertainment outside of drinking or fantasizing over David's bombshell wife.Trouble comes towards David's household, and trouble comes hard. It begins with some animal cruelty which always hits the emotions, and then a harsh rape scene. Difficult to watch, and feels comparable to the one in Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. The irony is, David came to this village to escape the chaos of America, with the war protests, race riots, notable assassinations really concentrated only three years before this films release date. The notorious final sequence features insane violence, built up by a harrowing intensity. The plot line behind this was much more intricate than I expected, since this was no pointless violence. The film obviously doesn't endorse violence, but Peckinpah was not pulling a Haneke stunt, because I was hot headed and yelling for David to kill the bastards. David became a man and defended his household, and I'll applaud that. David also became a badass, not a super hero but that Bernhard Goetz type badass. Rooting for David was an exhilarating film watching experience, but also harsh since a true moral dilemma exists. Straw Dogs is among the most intense films I've ever seen, which gets crazier and crazier as it goes along. With an amazing performance from one of the greats in Dustin Hoffman. Isolation is scary, but being alone is far from the scariest.