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Colin M (nl) wrote: True story of a Glasgow gangster in the 1970's. Hard hitting & riveting drama. Brilliant movie.
Jeff A (ag) wrote: Enjoyable animated film.
Geoff J (it) wrote: Make it stop....It's sucking my will to live...
Berni E (gb) wrote: I liked it but I think it might only appeal to a small audience of a particular type. I can imagine lots of people not liking it.
Al A (nl) wrote: Exactly what you would expect from a made for TV pirate movie. A great flick to put on the tube on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon and have a snooze on the couch.
Hernan O (au) wrote: It was an alright film. The plot was actually quite interesting and original and the depiction of preteen life was very deep and moving. I though Malcolm Stumpf was cast brilliantly and really fit the role well. The soundtrack was excellent and the cinematography wasn't too bad either. The issue arises when the artistic and creative elements of the movie start interfering with the plot. It is a diamond in the rough and I recommend it to anyone who does not mind the rough edges.
Bob S (de) wrote: interesting and unusual little movie. My introduction to Daniel Burman.
Dan M (mx) wrote: Disappointing to say the least. There were some elements of the original here but it quickly gives way to a lot of silly, nonsense killing(especially when the Japanese army gets involved). Also that ending has to be the biggest pile of horseshit I've ever seen in a movie. Overall I still like this movie better than Hunger Games.
Rasheed T (it) wrote: "Legs, breasts and thighs! Sweet potato pie!"Undercover Brother stereotypical humor is good without going so far!
Charles S (fr) wrote: pretty cool if not a little campy sometimes... dang that guys arms are HUGE
Marilee A (it) wrote: This Movie is about a Man trying to live out His Dreams through his reluctant Son through Boxing.Reminded me too much of how my Father Saw my Brothers
Rainer K (gb) wrote: You know the kind of films you watch, kinda enjoy, and then when the credits come rolling you realize how good it actually was, and the feeling that you somehow missed to see the greatness while watching.Another Woman is one of these films.I centers around some days in the life of Marion Post (brilliant Gena Rowlands) who plays a philosophy professor who is working on a new book. For this purpose she rented a quiet appartment somewhere in New York which happens to be connected to a psychiatrist's office. Incidentally, she listens to a patient of this psychiatrist, and what she hears reopens old sores which she never quite acknowledged.As the film goes on, she reflects upon her past life - her family (John Houseman plays her father and has one of the most effective scenes of the film), her friends, her past and present lovers. In dream-like sequences and/or flashbacks she analyzes her own life and relationships.Beside the profession of its main character and the movie's themes, Another Woman doesn't feel or look like a Woody Allen film (some stylistic things like the constant voice-over aside). It's probably the most serious and earnest film I've seen from him and I can't say that I really liked it as an Allen movie.As straightforward psychological drama it's pretty good though. It's really clever how the film presents us with the revelations in Marion's life and how we (and she as well) learn what she has done wrong in her life. All that without getting too bitter or sarcastic. It's a genuine look back in time - an evaluation of what could have been different.We all know that Woody Allen and Death have a complicated relationship, but maybe in 1988, he first really looked back and seriously acknowledged that his life won't go on forever. Rowlands role is the typical role he usually plays in his films, but in this case, he maybe was just too afraid to take a look on his own life.For once, he doesn't really try to raise a smile when he's confronted by age, time and death but dives into bittersweet resignation.Another Woman is a forgotten Woody Allen film, one of his second- or even third-tier films, but I think it tells us something about the filmmaker and if we try hard enough, even about our own life.
Adrian C (ca) wrote: Worst film ever. Prefer to watch tv with no aerial plugged in - oh, wait, thats what its about.
Owen C (it) wrote: One of the stronger Maysles brothers films. They don't make them like this anymore. A very visceral feeling document of a now bygone era. A real window into the lives of others. It has stayed with me since I first saw it in a High School film class.
Alfredo S (ag) wrote: As you might expect from Blue Sky Studios, Rio is filled with noisy characters, lame dialogue, and a poorly paced plot.