The Rabbi's Cat
The story of a rabbi and his talking cat, a sharp-tongued feline philosopher brimming with scathing humor and a less than pure love for the rabbi's teenage daughter.
- Stars:Pollyanna McIntosh, Amanda Ryan, Robert de Hoog, Emma Eliza Regan, Declan Conlon, Aiden Condron, Tom Leick, Jim Roche, Jean-Michel Larre, Linda Woodhall, Mathieu Amalric, François Damiens, Hafsia Herzi, Karina Testa, Eric Elmosnino, Mohamed Fellag, Pascal N'Zonzi, Joann Sfar, Daniel Cohen, Jean-Pierre Kalfon, François Morel, Maurice Bénichou, Alice Houri, Wojciech Pszoniak, Sava Lolov,
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Jesse O (au) wrote: Not a particularly good zombie movie, one that doesn't really set the world on fire as far as pushing the boundaries of the zombie genre, nor was it really meant to, but in an incredibly crowded genre, you really need some clever humor, or a really gory film to stand out. And this film has neither of that. At least the film is, admittedly, very silly, so it's good that it has a sense of humor. But it reminds me so much, perhaps not in plotting or character development, just in tone, of Shaun of the Dead that I'd have rather just watched that instead of this. There are some really inspired bits, one that I can remember really, and that's the scene where Joris gets bitten by a zombie, the virus doesn't work instantaneously, so Mo and Jeffrey try to do the right thing by killing him before he turns. You get to see from Joris' point of view as Mo and Jeff try to crush his head with the base of a lamp, a bowling ball, and a sink...none of which kill him and you hear Joris writhing in agony. It's not great but it was easily the best scene in the entire movie to me. There's also this scene where Mo and Jeffrey are discussing the negative effects of racial stereotyping as Mo's brother is getting attacked by a zombie right in front of them. This wasn't as funny as the previous scene I described, but it was amusing nonetheless. I just found that a lot of the humor feels incredibly forced to me, it's just trying way too hard and it doesn't necessarily work as well as it could. The acting also leaves a bit to be desired. The special effects, and by extension the gore, are also really poorly done. With the exception of the film not taking itself so seriously, but failing to provide decent and consistent laughs, and some clever moments, this film really does not offer much. Much like I said it makes you wanna watch Shaun of the Dead once again to see how a zombie/comedy hybrid is really done. The few bright spots are simply not enough to make this film worth watching. It's short and therefore won't really take much of your time, but there's no real reason for you to watch this movie. It's bad, but not horrible by any stretch of the imagination.
Christian C (es) wrote: Some points were somewhat thought provoking, but throughout the movie Maher just tries way too hard to make people think he's smart
Tommy D (gb) wrote: Undoubtedly one of my favourite movies on the topic, Rescue Dawn is a powerful war drama, illuminated by great performances and by a clever directing.
Justin B (de) wrote: Acceptable but forgettable.
Champ S (gb) wrote: satire and funny in an interesting way.
Hilary S (kr) wrote: This adaptation was mediocre at best. While I liked Billie Piper's and Blake Ritson's performances, I felt most of the other actors' were too stiff. What saved it for me was the very end; so adorable!
Tommaso C (jp) wrote: Inception chi?Dai, figata. Quando realizzi che la trama inizia a svilupparsi tra i vari "piani" non puoi fare a meno di esaltarti.Mi asepttavo pi mostricioni in realt, ma alla fine perfetto cos.
Gavin S (jp) wrote: Evil, tragic love and life-long consequences. A film that stays with you.
Brian B (br) wrote: The Godfather, The Godfather Part 2, Pulp Fiction, and Goodfellas are usually called some of the greatest gangster films ever made. However, Scarface also gets a lot of praise from the audience and it is often compared to them and sometimes it is even considered to be the best film from the genre. I disagree.Tony Montana, a Cuban criminal, slowly takes over a drug cartel as he slowly succumbs to greed and eventually goes mad with power.Firstly, this movie does have its positives. Firstly, the acting is great. Al Pacino does a great performance here and his acting gets more unnerving as he gets more greedy as the film goes on. The other actors gave a good performance too but Al Pacino did the best job. It's not as groundbreaking as his performance in The Godfather Part 2 but it is still great on its own. The score is very memorable and fitting also.Also, the final 20 minutes are very well-done. It shows how Tony's fortunes and wealth begin to collapse in on itself and he finally gets what's coming to him. The gun battle at the end is masterfully done. It contains a very quotable line of dialogue and it is executed very well. And by the time the end result comes, it is certain to make your jaw drop. Also, the other couple shootout scenes are very stylized and well-done too.However, this is why I think that it isn't as good as other movies from the genre.The longer a movie is, the more likely it will run into pacing issues. Being 170 minutes long, Scarface does in fact have pacing issues and it doesn't have the same perfect pacing that The Godfather did. The issue with its pacing is that it takes a while for them to set up Tony's character and it also takes a while for his personality to change in the movie.Also, I found this movie to be very bland. Sure, it picks up in the last 20 minutes but there isn't a whole lot of action going on beforehand. I mentioned that this movie has pacing issues and those issues can often make it feel very boring. Not much exciting or interesting events go on in it. Several scenes should've been shortened or removed altogether.But despite what I said, this is not a bad movie. It does have its flaws but I'd say that it has a little more good things about it than there are bad things. This is entertaining if you don't mind bland movies and the slow-pacing. I just don't think that it's as good as other highly-praised movies (which I listed earlier) from the same genre.
Jeff K (ca) wrote: Hall Pass isn't a bad movie, it has it's moments, but it really isn't that funny or exciting or thought provoking either.