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Steven C (us) wrote: Dan Castle's "Newcastle" is an excellent Australian coming of age drama. The photography and the emotional performances combine for a immersive experience. The things that happen in this film all felt right. Sure there is some convention at work here but it is all handled with so much grace and honesty that it just works. Lachlan Buchanan is one to watch, he's a great younger actor. The surfing scenes and underwater cinematography are some of the best I have seen.
Jon C (de) wrote: a smaller effort by director David Fincher but still above-average Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart sell the movie as a hostage-boxed-in mother and daughter trapped in their own panic room with 3 burglars to deal withJared Leto and Forest Whitaker have a lot of smashing thoughts about how to split their earnings once they've stolen it, not to mention that one of them works for the company that installed the security system in this family's housethe movie still works very well being somewhat believable and realistic if you were stuck in a room with no way out how would you approach the situation?some of the escape/retaliation tactics are laughable but you see how much the mother and daughter want to get out alivefierce, violent, and almost lifelike
Bill B (mx) wrote: Finally had occasion to give this a re-watch and I have to say that I enjoyed it, but not nearly as much as I remembered enjoying it, which is a weird sensation for me. Normally my enthusiasm for a film remains the same, or in certain cases gains esteem in my mind. Perhaps I felt more sympathetic to Jason Schwartzman's Max character in my early '20s, or it could be something as simple as my tastes in film having changed, but I found the character fairly exhausting on this re-watch, so I don't know what to make of that.Still, it's an enjoyable, well-made film and well worth your time.Give it a rental.
Laura T (gb) wrote: One of my favourite movies. Tom Conti is both delightful and pitiable as the tragic "Ted Hughes"-like protagonist. Funny, sweet, sad, the perfect movie for when you're feeling a bit old and jaded.
Sue B (au) wrote: "People come. People go. Nothing every happens."
Marco P (de) wrote: As far as sports movies go, this has nothing on classics like Rocky, Hoosiers, or The Longest Yard. Yet, it has everything against those movies. It's rare that a sports movie's most rousing moments are built upon the spiritual commitment of its characters and story. This is a Christian movie, with a central character who witnesses God's grace through a social miracle and sublimates through his gifts. Highly recommended.