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HP K (br) wrote: Intialaiseksi nykyelokuvaksi suorastaan haudanvakavaa draamaa, vain kolme tanssikohtausta ja pohdintaa Bollywood/Hindi movie industry akselilla. Nyttelijn tyst ja thteyden tavoittelusta kertoo. Tiukkaa leffateollisuus nepotismi kritiikki vaikka ainakin yksi Kapoor joukosta lytyykin.
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Amy P (es) wrote: The first half was really great, it could stand on its own. But, the second half, Tarantino's half was not worth watching, it was so slow!
Skyler B (ru) wrote: A quality film by Woody, even if it is a remake. Better than the things that came right before it AND right after it, too.
Kimberly M (gb) wrote: We need goofball movies like this to keep us all honest. Wonderful cinematography, great costume design, comic acting was spot on. Not for folks who don't like slapstick. Great for those of us who love to see feet & fists beat out bullets.
Paul D (ca) wrote: Decent modern crime caper with the twist of a love interest in the middle. It doesn't take itself too serious which is a plus point.
Andrew L (gb) wrote: Cox's best film. A beautifully honest insight into such a strange couple. Oldman is as ever fantastic, and Strummer's soundtrack compliments the project.
Ronald S (gb) wrote: Watching it again, I don't mind the look of the killer too much. It's different, which is always good. I love this flick.I don't understand why this isn't regarded as a classic up there with Halloween. Its really fucking good. My only complaint is the look of the killer, but its still creepy, well shot, fantastically directed, and with barely any horror cliche's to be seen. It takes the Halloween idea of what little is seen is scarier because of what you create in your mind. I love it. I'm in awe.
Ken S (fr) wrote: I enjoyed "Silent Running", particularly the production design, special effects and Bruce Dern's performance...but it should be noted that the film's story lacks the depth to make it a really great sci-fi film. It is good, and it has plenty to offer, but it just doesn't entirely deliver plot wise, and the message is a little too straightforward and simple. Still, I'd happily watch this over the bulk of science fiction film released in today's action oriented market.
Keith M (jp) wrote: A great satire that looks at a man that has just given up on society all together. What better a backdrop than NY in the 70s. Elliot Gould rules as the man who wanders the streets taking pictures of shit, cause nothing else gives him pleasure. The supporting cast really helps bring this story to life. Donald Sutherland as the crazy minster should have had his own film that character was so strong. I'm with Cody though the last 30 minutes turned this really good film into a down spiral. It made no sense why the film went in that direction and strayed off the perfect path it was on. I would really love to see the play for this sometime. I bet it would be real interesting to see on the stage.
Doug C (ru) wrote: A CSI-style noir in which Ricardo Montalban plays a Boston detective who seeks the help of a Harvard forensic expert to solve the murder of a woman whose skeleton is found on a beach. Not many noir elements here, but a good movie which for 1950 has a very contemporary feel to it.
Henry G (ru) wrote: well directed and well acted by a star studded cast of great actors but a bit convuluted and overreaching to the point of pretention for my case. Might need to rewatch to fully grasp the theme it wanted to get across but the film gave me no desire to go back to it to understand it fully.