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The Ideal City torrent reviews
Shajie K (us) wrote: Songs were excellent! Story was okay, cast was great.
Sylvester K (jp) wrote: The montage and camera work were great, music did the trick too. Although realistic, I am still repulsed by the sexual content. The second half of the film kinda slowly fell apart, but above all, it's quite romantic!!
Tom B (mx) wrote: Street dance junior. Cheesy but with some good performances from the young cast. Well done Akai on a first acting role.
Bryan P (br) wrote: Drop zone sees Wesley Snipes star as a US Marshal. When a 38000ft snatch takes place and kills his bother, he must find the killers that have done it. Fast action paced movie
Barbara F (de) wrote: The movie has perhaps failed if the parable is too obscure for most viewers and critics to get it. For those who didn't, it is about growing up and having to leave the dreams of childhood behind. The characters in the film have all failed to do this, especially Elaine, with her obsession about wanting to fly and yet her fear of flying to Alaska. Grace shoots herself rather than grow up, though it is unclear what her dreams were and perhaps it was because she couldn't express her dreams that she also couldn't let go of them. Axel's dream of his uncle and himself as Eskimos and of his uncle telling him about the adult fish having both eyes on one side of its head is about how one loses one sort of vision to gain another. Sadly, the film seems to me to be so immersed in its own metaphor that it fails to treat this subject with the depth and thoughtfulnesss it deserves. The idea that one has to abandon one's dreams to grow up and live in the real world can be contested. It depends what sort of dreams one is talking about. There are dreams, such as dreams of making the world a better place, or of personal achievement that should not be dismissed as childish. There is more to keeping one's dreams as an adult than Uncle Leo's pink wedding suit and young bride.
John Y (it) wrote: I'm glad "they" all laughed, because I sure didn't. What an utter waste of time.
Mark M (mx) wrote: Awesome war flick a must see as all my favorite movies are!
Orlok W (mx) wrote: It's generally considered to be the odd one out in the list of MacLean's books, but the film adaptation is absolutely engaging--Good, Solid mystery western!!
Daniel K (jp) wrote: Probably my favourite Kubrick film and one of my favourite period dramas. His mannered style, with its thin veneer of emotional sterility and obsession with detail and symmetry is perfectly suited to the 18th century aristocratic setting of Thackeray's novel. One of the most beautiful films ever made.
Jos M (au) wrote: The Pawnbroker is haunting and dramatic film, brilliantly leaded by Rod Steiger's towering performance as Sol Nazerman, a Jewish who survived imprisonment in a Nazi concentration camp, still being haunted by his memories.
Walter C (br) wrote: A black cavalry sergeant stands court-martial for raping and killing a white woman and murdering her father. When I rented this I didn't know anything about it and I didn't expect what I saw. While the movie's heart is in the right place, it isn't very good. A lot of the acting is over acting and the script isn't well written.
Eric H (us) wrote: You know me. I'm usually the first to let a romantic comedy slide, simply because I accept them as nothing more than fantasy. But in this case, something went wrong. "Think Like a Man" regards genuine relationship advice as fodder for a series of inane jokes. The characters are so shallow, it's as if writers Keith Marryman and David A. Newman know absolutely nothing about men or women. For all I know, maybe they truly don't. Whenever Harvey appears on one of the many conveniently placed television sets, he always gives a piece of advice; each one had the potential to be applied to a complex and thought-provoking vignette, one in which the characters have a bit more depth to them. How sad that his book served as the basis for a film that shows no interest in real relationships.