Final entry in a trilogy of films dealing with contemporary French society concerns a model who discovers her neighbour is keen on invading people's privacy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three Colors: Red
Red This is the third film from the trilogy by Kieślowski. “Red” meaning brotherliness. Here Kieślowski masterly tells strange coincidentally linked stories in the most packed work.
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Cynthia S (fr) wrote: Odd little movie..but quirky. Part musical at times (random singing sequences--ex. women singing together whilst they bake goodies to drug the men in their village). Seemed a little confused on whether it wanted to be a comedy, drama, or a musical. It even had a blossoming love connection that they started, then seemed to forget about. Like a said...odd movie.
Wes S (kr) wrote: It's rather basic at times, yet it's not entirely bad. The story could use a little work, but the characters are for the most part solid. The film drags by the end though, and there really isn't much offered throughout. A few chills at least.
Rick C (us) wrote: One of Luke Wilson's best movies. I thought this was really good.
Ashley T (ru) wrote: Beautifully shot, almost entirely with blue filters. The colour enhances the extremely depressing tone of the film, but the performances make this one worth the watch. Jonas Chernick, in almost every scene, is fantastic as the therapist trying to help his patients who cannot be helped, and also trying to mend ties with his young daughter. Viewers don't know what is reality and what is delusional, an interesting filmmaking technique that makes us identify with the characters in a unique way.
Jennica D (jp) wrote: Wow. This is true cinematic art. So comforting, so stunning.
Jan R (au) wrote: A rather decent movie although nothing special. The ending isn't your typical one though and the story arches nicely as time goes on. A bit melodramatic at times perhaps with the dead little girl and stuff (you'll know what I mean when you see it) but it is a very nice movie to follow while doing something else at the same time (like editing facebook :p)
Private U (us) wrote: One of the bests in the Collection. I especially liked the scenes of him acting as Buckwheat and Stevie Wonder.
Elaine S (nl) wrote: Hercules would have never have been that good looking... realistically. But still...
Michael R (us) wrote: AWESOME THRILLER...!
Dave J (au) wrote: Monday, December 17, 2012(2011) Another EarthSCIENCE-FICTION/ DRAMA Low budget but still reasonable exceptional film co- written and directed by Mike Cahill centering on a teenager who after serving 4 years for killing a husbands wife and child while drinking and driving. And while out, she then attempts to make amends by posing as a clean up service to a grieving husband who just came out of a coma from the accident and is now depressed. The two questions while watching this is whether or not he will ever know the truth about her since he occasionally has a loss of memory about the whole ordeal, and whther or not viewers can ever sympathize her for this stupid accident. And I have to say that it answers both of those questions but to the most subtlest but unforgettable manner.It's labelled as a science fiction film because it also involves another earth or in this film Earth 2 which may be another alter universe. And that it only serves only as a backdrop to mend fences of the relationship between the husband, Alex (Matthew-Lee Erlbach) whose still recovering from the loss of his wife and child, and the teenage girl, Brit (Rhoda Williams) being the cause of this.3 out of 4 stars
Jessica H (us) wrote: WIth all the plot holes it's hard to like this film, but Murphy rocks it.
Ludwig S (nl) wrote: Gut gespielt, sehr gut durchdacht.
Dave A (gb) wrote: Here is a somewhat fresh spin to the spy genre. Somewhat fresh, because there is a formula; or better yet, a pattern. Even to Spy Kids. Agent Cody Banks is a pretty decent vehicle for Frankie Muniz. He is a 15-year-old recruited into a teen CIA program. His "handler" is Angie Harmon from Law & Order. Banks' mission is to get close to Hilary Duff's Natalie, daughter of a scientist that has developed programmable nanobots. The film becomes a junior version of James Bond facing Doctor No. It may be clichd, but it plays out well. Arnold Vosloo and Ian McShane are perfect fantastic villains; although McShane is oddly tan in the role. Banks is an enjoyable mission. If Diary of a Wimpy Kid were weaponized.