The Return of Superman
Born out of a Christmas ornaments-filled heaven, Turkish Superman fights the mob in order to save the day!
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Alberto M (ru) wrote: ES INNEGABLE el crecimiento como autor de Amat Escalante, sobre todo cuando comparamos Sangre, su filme anterior, y el que nos ocupa. Los Bastardos no solo sirve como reafirmacion de su talento, sirve tambien para marcar distancia creativa del trabajo de Carlos Reydagas, su colaborador y productor de cabecera. En esta ocasion, es evidente que se tuvo mayor presupuesto, sobre todo con la fotografia, que es bellisima, retratando los inertes paisajes de la suburbia gringa. Tematicamente el filme me evoco a Funny Games de Haneke, pero donde Hankee hace su critica mordaz de la burguesia y los efectos de la violencia, Escalante hace una reflexion sobre el incisivo tema de la frontera. Es una critica contemplativa y reflexiva, que ve hacia los dos lados de la frontera. El ritmo lento acentua el latente desasosiego de los personajes y del choque de dos mundos divididos por mas que una frontera fisica, Espero que el crecimiento de Escalante sea gradual y siga entregando filmes como este.
Simon T (gb) wrote: A deserved Oscar winner, as much for the way Errol Morris assembles his footage as for its protagonist's sometimes tortured analysis of the impossible choices any leader faces when confronted by war. McNamara served under Kennedy during the Cuban missile crisis, and Johnson during the Vietnam war. In his eighties when this documentary was made, his intellect and analytic skills would be astonishing in someone half his age. I hope Trump has a copy by his TV.
Pascal S (it) wrote: Une bonne srie B bien foutue avec quelques moments de trouille brefs mais efficaces! Suis fan des films de sous-marin de toutes faons...
Zachary C (mx) wrote: Imagine Disney (the corporation) as a person. He just ate an undercooked plate of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" movie then after he's done he feels like he's about to throw up. He runs to the bathroom and doesn't make it and it ends up all over his carpet. The symbolism of that story is that the vomit was The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 and the carpet was me. And that's exactly what this movie is like only infinitely worse. I didn't see all of it. And what I did see was just terrible. The animation unlike the original is weak and bland and compared to the original pales in comparison, but at least they drew the Hunchback right. The songs lacked the gentle strength of the originals music. And the story is way too dare I say: safe. And what I saw was way mushy. Disney had a commercial that I specifically remembered saying this "Disney proudly presents... The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2." Well then Disney is a freaking idiot who like a little kid will parade around around a crappy piece of art thinking that it's good NEWS FLASH DISNEY YOU'RE AN ADULT NOW SO DRAW SOMETHING THAT DOESN'T SUCK! And why the actors who were in the first movie even took up the offer to do this movie is way beyond me. They're actors they do what they do to make a living, but come on have some freaking dignity and find better things to be in! Quite frankly I felt this movie to be in every way insulting not only to the audiences intelligence, but to the first movie and to the man who in all technicallity started all this: Victor Hugo. He never wrote a sequel to his timeless classic. And if he did he sure as heck could have made a far better story than this.
Anna S (ca) wrote: I saw this once..a long time ago...
Orlok W (kr) wrote: 'The Tall Stranger' is an enjoyable Cinemascope color Western starring Joel McCrea. McCrea's work in Westerns is not as celebrated as that of John Wayne, Gary Cooper and James Stewart, but to connoisseurs, he is one of the masters of the genre... Stopping A Range Feud--A pleasing Western, with a little more grit in it than is usually found in one of the 1950s... Little known, but interesting and enjoyable!!
Rich S (kr) wrote: Not a favorite of mine, but it has it's charming / comedic moments. Irene Dunne is very good, but I find William Powell's performance to be cloying and bellicose...I'm probably just missing his comedic approach here, but I find his character actually boring...
Michelle A (mx) wrote: Interesting movie, holds some serious possibilities about human brain!