The Other Side of the Mountain
A female skiing champion is paralyzed in a tragic skiing accident. Her girlfriend is taken out of competition when she contracts polio.
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Scott W (gb) wrote: There is a big difference in user and critic ratings. It is a well crafted, acted and entertaining film. The disappointing part is the third act. I'll say this reflects that viewers were sold a monster movie about Bigfoot. And this movie is not about Bigfoot at all. ???
Reece L (ru) wrote: "The Skin I Live In" is a bizarre look at the ways in which human beings inhabit their bodies, and the story its predicated on it fascinating. Almodvar has a knack for visual elegance, choosing simple, clean shots over showy camerawork, and this keeps the focus on both the performances and the questions the story poses. It's possible to say that, in a way, he's created a vehicle to perfectly portray how it must feel to be transgendered, trapped in an incorrect body that you were forced into against your will. Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg; there are many ways to look at this piece of filmmaking. What's great about it, however, is that you don't have to engage in this discourse to enjoy the film. It's fun at its most basic level, and that kind of layered experience is what ultimately makes "The Skin I Live In" an excellent work.
Spencer M (ag) wrote: Basically exactly what you would expect from a movie about massive spiders
Nick L (jp) wrote: mediocre at best. Tim Allen's the best thing in the whole film playing a hitman who loves old movies.
Brandon t (mx) wrote: I couldn't even find out how to watch this movie- 0/10
Steve M (mx) wrote: The film has received plenty of acclaim over the years and while imo it's not as good as Ugetsu it's hard not to be even a little choked up at the end. Very interesting to note Sansho is the villain of the movie and for the most part isn't that major of a character.
WS W (ag) wrote: Hmm, critics & audiences seem hating it. Deja vu familiar it is, already way much decent, solid, better than it looks to be. And Ashley Hinshaw is not an bad actress here.
Jonny C (us) wrote: An entertaining lesser known Eastwood movie. Clint plays a retired assassin who's blackmailed into doing one last job. The acting of course is excellent from Eastwood, who's playing a slightly different role than we're used to. I also loved the really sharp dialogue (that's shockingly politically incorrect by today's standards) that's full of great one liners and an interracial relationship, which is something you hardly see in movies.