The Speed Track
The movie tells the story of Arjun, a young athlete, who is all set to create history with his speed and spirits.
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Bryony T (es) wrote: Very bleak film about religious extremism. Beautifully filmed, but I found it ultimately unsatisfying.
Olivier B (fr) wrote: Wow, excellent, contemplatif, drle et ultra original!
Igor A (us) wrote: Inspired by a short story from Edgar Allan Poe, starring Jim Sturgess, Kate Beckinsale, Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine, Brendan Gleeson...
Art L (nl) wrote: Privileged pretentiousness. Meh.
Barry K (ru) wrote: Fritz Lang film noir. Great film.
Nia E (nl) wrote: This would probably be a one-star film if it wasn't for the performances of Leigh and Veidt, not that there's a huge amount of chemistry between the two. It's a pointlessly confusing film, with a convoluted plot that does little to help the viewer understand what's going on. The film seems bizarrely unfinished, with an unsatisfactory ending. Regardless, it's enjoyable enough as espionage/romance fluff.
Andrew D (it) wrote: Simon Pegg is easily one of my favorite actors working in the film industry today. He brings strong charisma to each of his characters, making them an entertaining watch. That being said, A Fantastic Fear of Everything could be one of his weakest films. Pegg plays as an author who longs to leave the children's book field and write more serious of works. After studying Victorian-era killers for three weeks, he has gained a serious case of agoraphobia and many other fears, making it hard for him to leave his house or even walk around without a knife in his hands for defense. However, when his script about serial killers has been called upon for a possible film deal, he must learn to deal with his fears to get to the meeting. Simon Pegg is easily the strongest and best part about this film. As mentioned above, he brings charisma to each of his characters. I couldn't take my eyes off the screen whenever Pegg was acting goofy and crazy, as his character is supposed to be. Even when he needed a serious moment, Pegg was able to pull it off with grace. The main problem I have with this film was the screenwriting. For the most part, the film is as predictable as it gets. When Pegg introduces a killer who cuts all but two fingers off of his victims, it's clear who the person is within thirty minutes of the film. Other than the easy to solve mystery, the development of Pegg's character is easy to guess because his story has been told many times before. Possibly the worst part about the film, however, is the random entry of the attractive woman. Even the film doesn't know her name until the very end. She's just shoehorned into the film to progress Pegg's character to his climactic peak. When said event happens, I questioned why she was even placed in the film in the first place. Maybe if we had more time to get to know her, perhaps she would have been a more welcome presence. Unfortunately, her brief introduction and lack of necessity make her one of the most forgettable characters in film history. The film does have its moments. There are some laughs to be had and it does have its surprises, but these moments are too far in between. What we are left with is a story that is completely forgettable with many bland characters. Simon Pegg does a good job with elevating the film to a higher point than it could have been, but even he can't save this film from mediocrity.
Eli B (us) wrote: Quite possibly the most savage movie gangster of all time. Pretty sure that if I got into a fist fight with Don Logan i would lose that fight quickly and badly