Calvin Carter, a successful business executive, has it all, but neglects those closest to him. On Christmas Eve, all that changes when the sign on his office building falls on him. He ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Twelve Days of Christmas Eve
Calvin Carter, a successful business executive, has it all, but neglects those closest to him. On Christmas Eve, all that changes when the sign on his office building falls on him. He ...
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Mark M (it) wrote: Rob the Mob's saving grace is also its heart as it offsets what would've been a black and white serious movie involving the mob with the ludicrous and often clueless leads played by Michael Pitt and Nina Arianda, as both, along with Andy Garcia and Ray Romano, inject just enough personality to keep the movie from slipping into being another run of the mill mob flick clone.
Edgar C (de) wrote: A relationship is something difficult to explore in films, given that it is already difficult enough to experience it. With a Linklater formula, but still with brief personal stamps regarding his love for the rural landscapes that gave him his origin, Kiarostami places two souls which drastically contrast personalities create conflict.Copie Conforme has an innovatory approach. We spend an entire day gathering clues about the characters' backgrounds, yet we are kept emotionally distant from them because Kiarostami's statement about the originality of art is transmitted through and reflected in human relationships. He is concerned with contemplating the present state of things while reflecting on a past which is kept intentionally unclear. In that way, we adopt James Miller's perspective, a man whose ideas about art, love and perception are as false as a copy. But wait! What is a copy? A copy is not a replica. A copy tries to be a replica. It sometimes succeeds, and it sometimes doesn't.In that way, we are constantly original beings, because even though we had an "origin", such origin (cultural, geographical, psychological, even patriotic) is merely attached to personal subjectivity. We are renovated very infinitesimal fraction of time. So, is a person a copy of his past? Yes, and in that process, it is not original. Therefore, we are a living contradiction: we are original beings while being unoriginal copies of our past selves. We conclude that being original is also a matter of opinion and perspective, and therefore, originality does not exist (excuse my Aristotelian approach). The problem comes when we expect that the entire Universe should circle around our preconceived notions and agree with our statements.My opinion is: God bless perception variety. Let's keep away as far as possible from an homogenous Aldous Huxley society. The true art of love, however, relies on killing a part of yourself, of your heart and soul, and giving it back to your couple so that he/she renews it, and both can become one. Otherwise, we will remain as arrogant reflections of our so-called "origins".82/100
Rebeccah R (fr) wrote: Juliette Binoche is wonderful
Garrett C (es) wrote: When it's about Tony Wilson it's great. When it's about the bands it's boring.
Gary H (br) wrote: This was the movie that made me decide to start exposing myself in public.
Michael M (ag) wrote: Good soundtrack and Cusack is always solid. But I never really understood the whole Minnie Driver thing and Dan Ackroyd does not make a good villain at all.
Robert F (kr) wrote: Love and betrayal. Very well done.
Lee B (ca) wrote: Not watched for 20 years...still one of Seagal's best films
Frank M (it) wrote: Such a good film that's been forgotten
Richard Y (ru) wrote: an alright war film.
Giorgio D (ru) wrote: Viewed this movie a lot of times with my dad and want to see it again with my son when he is old enough. My all-time preferred movie. There is ALL in it: action, story, social critique, great photography, feelings, trhilling...
Jocey D (ca) wrote: Story is bland but it does serve up a good helping of thrills and action packed explosions. The stunts are impressive.
Edgar C (jp) wrote: Huston's final brilliant contribution to celluloid among his multi-faceted cinematic ouevre. It has a delightful touch to it. This is not your common watch: it actually reaches the level of Frears' Dangerous Liaisons (1988) and Scorsese's The Age of Innocence (1993) but, above all, this is not your common Huston. Although his classics will always remain as true definitions of a classic, this is way beyond him. This surpasses his abilities, and yet he managed to leave us this charmingly symbolic reunion as his definitive and nostalgic farewell. 86/100