A young boy goes to meet a ruined industrialist in a treeless wasteland and hear his tale of his environmentally self-destructive greed despite the warnings of an old forest creature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Once-ler, a ruined industrialist, tells the tale of his rise to wealth and subsequent fall, as he disregarded the warnings of a wise old forest creature called the Lorax about the environmental destruction caused by his greed.
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Marischa B (jp) wrote: The first thing I noticed was the unique look of the Canon 5D camera. Expectedly there are some really nice cinematographic moments which are only possible with this camera setup.The story gradually drags you in, and the photogenic actors and performances help a lot. It is not the typical "seen it all" Jennifer-Aniston kinda-romance type story and clich, but rather a sexy written "bad-boy/good-girl got knocked up in a one night stand" kinda story.The dialog is sexy and well written.Most importantly the runtime is manageable.Anyone who is sick of romance-movies in general, especially the usual, Clich-spiced stew, should still check this movie out. Definitely above average.
Tripti C (au) wrote: Good Time Paas Movie..
bill b (us) wrote: interesting idea but it stops there
Ross K (de) wrote: Incredible in all dimensions - rock-solid plot, in-depth characterization, historical fidelity, phenomenal acting and cinematography. I am partial to movies that show humanity or decency in the face absurdity and human evil (think Nanjing! Nanjing!, Waltz With Bashir, Act of Killing, Full Metal Jacket), movies that dwell on the thin veneer between civilized morality and unrestrained human cruelty, and I found Letters to Iwo Jima to be thorough exploration of this subject. Not only did this film focus on the Japanese perspective of the war, which is fascinating as much as it is important, but it also addresses the diversity of perspectives, including dissent and reluctant obedience, on the Japanese side. Very highly recommended.
Orlok W (fr) wrote: Frighteningly effective psychological Korean horror tale set in Vietnam War!!
Ashley M (de) wrote: It's a pretty good movie it is alot better than the first one
Rex A (it) wrote: A dull film with dull characters and a dull conclusion. My biggest problem with Steel Magnolias, though, is how vitriolically misandristic it is. Seriously, for being directed by a male, this movie is disturbing in the extent to which it seems to have issues with men. Pretty much every female character is smart, capable, and (at least intended to be) likable. Men are inserted almost for comic relief, always playing the part of irresponsible morons that inevitably make the women's lives harder. I was disgusted by this blatant sexism, so enjoying the film was out of the question from the beginning. Plus, what's with everyone saying they cry during this movie? Maybe it's just me, but I didn't think anything in the film even warranted an emotional response because, once again, the drama is presented in such a dull way.
Ted W (mx) wrote: Weakest of the multi-monster Universal series, but still fun with Chaney's pencil mustache and Stevens scenery chewing performance.
Dallin C (ru) wrote: An incredible compelling movie. It'd extremely moving and powerful. The acting is fantastic by the four leads and they really bring you into the movie. The camera work is great and the music is moving as well.