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Sarah W (ca) wrote: This is one of my favorite love stories. I keep coming back to it again and again to watch this well acted love story play out again and again.
Philip J (ru) wrote: Poor reviews are ironic considering that this movies touches on truths that we as a society are so accustomed to hide from.
Russell G (es) wrote: A faulty premise holds this story back from the beginning. It is a shame to see when the storytelling technique, acting and direction are all clicking as they do here. It starts ambiguously, but clearly dark secrets from the past haunt a young New York City police officer, portrayed by Channing Tatum. An unknown source is tipping off a journalist aiming to expose the local police department's corruption. It is all very promising, but not entirely logical. The problem is that the past events do not make sense as form of political threat or blackmail, as the story implies. It affects multiple people, but the main plot device just does not seem to matter as much as it should. While events in the past have high stakes, the actual circumstances are mostly justifiable. It almost negates any dramatic consequence. Even worse, it cannot pull its illogical storyline together for a coherent and meaningful ending. It leaves the viewer wonder what the point is. The characters and their motives are just as fuzzy. Director Dito Montiel does a very good job at building the right mood. He tells the story in a deliberately paced dramatic fashion that only reveals a carefully crafted piece of the story at one time. Channing Tatum, Ray Liotta, and Al Pacino are all on their A-Game. Even Tracy Morgan is surprisingly skilled in a dramatic role as well. Nearly every great movie starts with a strong story or solid concept. This is a prime example of how it is virtually impossible to overcome a weak story, no matter how good the rest of the production and acting team is.
Glenn C (ag) wrote: Jesus Henry Christ is based on an Academy Award winning short film of the same name and it tells the story of a ten year old boy genius and his decision to find his biological father, the "sperm donor". It's a unique and original comedy drama that snuck up on me. Really well written and flawlessly acted, the film has a quirky surrealism thats imbedded with a strong dramatical arch. The 4 lead players are brilliant and I am strapped to think of a better actor at this point in time than Michael Sheen. He's incredible! Toni Collette also continues to amaze me and she's rightfully one of the great all timers. Jesus Henry Christ is a roller coaster of emotions and a thoroughly rewarding film.
Amanda H (ru) wrote: Despite its low budget and minimalist feel, I really liked this movie. I found myself very intrigued by the main character and the plot was interesting enough to make me want to find out how it ended. Not something I've seen a lot of lately, so I was pleasantly surprised.
Spencer P (us) wrote: One of the first German expressionist monster movies with sparkling effects that also deserves points for its affable play on religious folklore.
Brad S (nl) wrote: Great performance from Boseman, but in a mixed bag bio film that seems to have an identity crisis.
Steve G (jp) wrote: Amazing, I've loved this ever since I first saw it as a teenager. Amazing story, characters, acting, soundtrack, everything.