The Zero Boys
A group of friends travel to a wilderness area to play a survival game. Soon they unexpectedly find themselves in a real-life survival situation.
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Greg W (au) wrote: This ambitious desert epic may be a bit slow and confusing at the beginning, but I found the exciting second half of the movie worth waiting for. don't expect a 'lawrence of arabia' though
Ryan A (br) wrote: The Fast and the Furious series somehow just got better! "Fast Five" is exciting, brainless fun!
Chris S (us) wrote: A much darker movie than the first. A a pretty fair movie. Glad i rented it, I think the Rock did a better job acting.
Lisa K (kr) wrote: To be quite honest, I was expecting more... it's artistic and beautiful, yet simple.... I found the two lead actors to be honest and sincere, but the movie really did drag.
Laura Z (it) wrote: I find some of the scenes incredibly sad (such as when the police break into Maximo's house), but I love the message. It's actucally serious, something that a summary of the movie doesn't show. Also, one of my favorite endings to a movie.
Daniel A (nl) wrote: the least good of the qatsi trilogy, but still a great reflection of the world of today, and a prediction to the future. like it is shown in a very visualy brilliant way, with sometimes confusing visual effects though, our society is more and more marked by new forms of high technology and progress, and with that, worse types of violence and war.
Bradley C (nl) wrote: Brilliant film. It displays the brutality of the government of Burma. Aung Sun Suu Kyi gives me hope for democracy in that beautiful Buddhist nation.
Brandon S (mx) wrote: A defiant, fist-raising statement. This thing is punk rock, baby. From square one, the young and excited Richard Linklater lets the audience know that this isn't your daddy's night at the movies by giving us long takes, seemingly endless assertions about life, politics, conspiracy theories, relationships, dreams, books, movies, and everything in between.This isn't a movie with a story or a plot, but rather a reflection on the sinew that binds it all together. Linklater's mellow, unintentionally masterful "Slacker" feels like the movie that happens around all of the other movies. As if you're watching some other movie, and an extra walks by in the background. Richard Linklater made a movie about where that guy is headed, and where the guy that walked behind him is headed, and the other guy, and so on and so forth until he ran out of assertions.
Mara S (it) wrote: Beautifully acted, and filmed.
Ken L (ag) wrote: Even as an outsider in his own hometown as its hired enforcer bill collector hard ass tough guy, Mark Taffin ( Pierce Brosnan ) remains at heart homegrown community based (if not necessarily grassroots) everyman hero living modestly in mums rafters always ready to give the little guy a break and help out with a little straightening out in the little unjust crooks in the flow of local human commerce. Warning; don't live at home if you want to avoid mother always trying to improve you way pass the age where it just does no good any more. He was such a good seminarian. Could of been a greatly respected theologian by now. Theologically philosophically brilliant contributor to many a long evening's enlightenments of discussion with his good friend and decent rousing citizen mentor who comes to seek his fine mercenary services to fend off the big Dublin based predatory developer of toxic underregulated chemical plants who never met a smalltown commissioner he couldn't bribe or arroused citizen he couldn't chase off with plenty of his own mercenaries. With only his sharp wit against the too-big-to-fail he takes them and all their bought officials on and thereby hopefully off the pristine parcel of cow meadow next to the town's only football field they're about to industrially defile. Let the games begin! Well; he ends up winning by losing which ends up losing by winning. And life's just unfair, ain't it?
Brian C (br) wrote: Fun and interesting suspense movie about an evil priest trying to bring back Satan through a young nun.Great cast, and acting, but the story does sort of fall apart. It doesn't hold together particularly well, although each of the set pieces are decent.Lee is of course fantastic, and the supporting cast for the most part are quite good.Would like to have seen more coherency with the plot.
Kyle B (nl) wrote: A really captivating thriller with outstanding career best performances from Ashely Judd, Michael Shannon (tied with 99 Homes), and surprisingly even Harry Conick Jr. William Friedkin has really gone into this underrated indie director group which is odd being the director of The French Connection and The Exorcist. He does a really excellent job directing this as does Tracy Letts adapting his own play to screen. It may go off the rails towards the end but the chaos of the movie is part of its charm. The cinematography, sound, and production design are also excellent. Really enjoyed this and hope to see the play version one day
Andrew L (gb) wrote: Great dialogue driven comedy
Ahmed M (jp) wrote: Fun, good story-line, good songs, and is entertaining.
L Y (gb) wrote: Interesting movie with an interesting take. I like the video game concept throughout the movie. Not the best in depth information - it covers a little bit of everything throughout the movie so it's a good starting point for someone who doesn't know too much about how the illegal drug market works and why the system in place in America is the way is it.
Tim K (it) wrote: Interesting take on the dumbing down of our country.
Wendy M (es) wrote: A fun movie showcasing lots of Seattle best places, including Rob Roy- one of my fav cocktail bars!