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Lucynda H (au) wrote: I found it mildly interesting. The plots is interesting but the movie itself is not.
Keith M (it) wrote: When I discover a film that features Sissy Spacek, Robert Duvall, and Bill Murray; I don't care what it's about - I've got to see it. Gerald McRaney and Bill Cobbs are also in the film. You may recognize them more from their face than from their names.I discovered this on Crackle, one of the newer mini-television stations that also features Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee"."Get Low" unfolds slowly. I don't even recall the music, but the visual is mostly darker, brown, sepia-like - appropriate for this period piece. There is some character development within the film (something that's important to me); although it's somewhat predictable. Duvall's role goes from caricature (crazy old man living alone in the woods) to human; as we follow in the process to "Get Low": with Bill Murray as the funeral home director, they organize a funeral for him to be held while he is still living. See it.
Esteban R (de) wrote: Christian Bale was AWESOME in this film, great actor.
Michael W (it) wrote: Deliberately staged and shot, Tropical Malady does amazing things with its budget to tell a visual story. But there are enough missteps and clunky sequences to noticeably detract from its attempt at visual poetry. Still it's worth your while.
Flora G (gb) wrote: The English title captures the theme far better than the French, "Comme une Image." Lolita is desperate for her father's attention and approval but he expects the world to revolve around him. Due to his fame as a writer, by and large it does. I first saw Jean-Pierre Bacri in "Gout des Autres" where he was very convincing as a bourgeois businessman hanging around a theatrical crowd who make fun of him. This time he comes across, again very convincingly, as a jerk. The choral music is beautiful. There is not a lot of plot but I was completely captivated. I understand why it won a best screenplay award at Cannes
Kelly K (mx) wrote: I have been meaning to see this film for a while now and I'm pretty glad now that I have. It was quite entertaining. Honestly, the best character was Velma Kelly played by Catherine Zeta-Jones! I really was not impressed with everyone else. Jones was what really made this film worth seeing.
Sophia C (de) wrote: i mean its JLO what's not to love
Wesley H (es) wrote: A childhood favorite that uses stop motion in a wonderful way.
Scott R (it) wrote: you can take the "fish out of water" concept too far, and boy, this film does as it descends into total idiocy.
Johnny L (it) wrote: Another classic. I'll probably see this 4 more times before my meters up.
Micah J (ag) wrote: Phenomenal film and a real eye-opener to anyone unfamiliar with recent Chinese history.
Randy T (nl) wrote: An enlightening, unflattering exercise in French history highlighted by betrayal, corruption and Depardieu.
Eric G (au) wrote: It took me 20 years to get to see it. But years later, the emotions are still there. Beautiful, simple, ordinary and extraordinary. A classic of la nouvelle vague.
Greg W (kr) wrote: lloyd's best sound film good comedy!
Randy H (fr) wrote: It was OK. Not the best.
Alex G (fr) wrote: Wild, fun and outrageous. Builds to a horrifying and funtastic ending that stops you in your tracks.