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Marian I (kr) wrote: Another low-budget found footage film which is seriously become the norm for most horror movies, and like most, it is similarly long-drawn, predictable, and very boring.
Vincent N (jp) wrote: Centurion is a decent historical piece film.
Ryan L (nl) wrote: A fairly decent horror flick although it was pretty low on suspense. And the ending wasnt very good either.
Jonathan H (jp) wrote: After being blown away by A Separation, I decided to delve into director Asghar Farhadi's oeurve. Fireworks Wednesday, centers around familiar terrain: a broken marriage, as see through the eyes of a young housekeeper, and by extension, the audience. Farhadi's directorial style is subtly powerful: he takes his time, and allows the information to creep in at its own pace, instead of feeling a more Westernized need to shoehorn it all into the first 10 minutes. He also seamlessly shifts our point of view over and over again, confronting the audience to think twice about any preconceived notions we might have about his characters -- our assumptions, and their reliability. He's not afraid to allow a scene to develop, and he fearlessly trusts his actors. He'll direct in a more "invisible" style, but he astutely knows when to mix it up and reposition the camera, or change vantage points to inform the audience about a character's motivations. In this film, the martial strife hits a fever pitch and culminates in a show stopping long shot down an elevator, and into the street that has to be seen to be believed. I honestly don't think it could have been shot any better, and the mis-en-scene is pitch perfect.A theme that occupies Farhadi appears to be the corrosive underbelly of Persian culture, and its stifling traditional values. This story takes place on Chaharshanbe Suri (the Persian New Year) and all throughout the film, you hear fireworks in the distance. Near the end of the film, there's this great sequence where two characters are driving in the car, and through the windows you see a succession of fireworks, and fire in the streets. After dwelling on these details for a minute or two, the metaphorical meaning seeps in -- these relationships are just as combustible. It's a subtle detail, but very powerful -- and, for me, that's a great way to describe Farhadi's style: subtle, but powerful.
KIm A (ca) wrote: Worst movies ever made
Tanner B (jp) wrote: Open Range (2003) ???Corrupt lawman challenges Costner, threatening him and his lifelong hard work of cattle. Ultimately powerful, moving, intelligent Western also benefits from top performances from its cast. A sweeping adventure, despite a simple storyline.
Julian P (de) wrote: Couldn't even make it through this one.BOOOORRRRRING.
Isadore H (ag) wrote: The acting is okay, but this movie is really defined by how many zombies get mutilated. Zach Snyder shows us again that he can make excellent action movies, and this time around the plot is on par with his visuals, which is nice to see
Joel H (au) wrote: Wow. Tentacles is awful. It's amazing to me how often this obvious Jaws copycat misses the mark. This movie features bad acting, a disjointed storyline, sloppy cinematography and a soundtrack that makes you wish the octopus could reach out from the screen and rip off your ears. MST3K, if you're listening, this movie deserves your attention.
Peter H (gb) wrote: Engaging yet clichd social commentary and drama that still remains a fine piece of Indian cinema.
Sunny W (kr) wrote: It makes you wonder though, the idea that women over 35 only marry asexual men on their deathbeds. Well, it was a charming film though keeping the date in mind.
Gareth D (au) wrote: Here's me thinking I'll never enjoy another movie after being mindblown by Breathless, I was obviously referring to trite. This film is fascinating. Amazing invention and skilled writing. For 1934, the sophistication is incredible. Easily matches modern greats.
Leonardo Malacay S (kr) wrote: No es una pelcula que cuente una historia novedosa, lo que gusta es ver a los dos protagonistas
Greg V (ru) wrote: Oldboy is best described as the ultimate tale of vengeance and is complimented by it's unapologetic violence. It keeps you hooked, just like it's main character through many clever plot twists and mind blowing sequences.
Tiffany D (kr) wrote: This one came highly recommended (years ago) as a stand out of the genre... I must disagree. While it packs in some action for the torture-horror lovers, it doesn't come until over halfway in. There was simply waaay too much (extremely boring, tedious, and repetitive) set up. Even when it got rolling, it was so chaotic and discombobulated that it wasn't satisfying. Overall, a disappointment that's best for only the true connoisseurs of horror. 2.5 - 3 stars