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CL 9 (au) wrote: You would hope The Campaign would find a firmer finish, but overall it keeps the viewer interested.
Jenn B (jp) wrote: As suggested by a friend, I watched "Like Crazy" and now I've lost the little hope I had in romantic relationships. #whydidyoudothislily Great movie and realistic. Watch it.Edit: No, it didn't make me lose hope in romantic relationships. I've come to a realisation, what the main characters did is still worth it, despite that ending! And no it's not "realistic" because to say so, is to discredit the realism in stories with positive ending. It's just not your usual ending.
Irene S (kr) wrote: good movie. a little bit hard to understand. suppose to be English with English subtitles but when Arabic was spoken no subtitles were used. two movies in one. first the orphanage and school which hind Hussein build and ran until the day she died. then the movie of miral, a young girl who grows up in the orphanage but tries to define and protect her Palestinian state from the Israelis.
Kareem s (es) wrote: Liked it, but I wasn't fascinated by it actually. However I was stunned by the score, it was magnificent. Absurdistan is a lovely smooth film, its simple to the point with a little chili events, very touchy, The lack of dialogue really gave me the feeling of a baby whose having a bed time story, however it didn't bother me, in fact I liked it as its original and unfamiliar. Its not a "MUST SEE" film but its a lovely film that you should see it.
Guido S (kr) wrote: Owen Wilson is a homeless ex soldier type. He goes around begging for money to get by. Some kids at the local high school are being bullied and seek out a bodyguard to help protect them. Seeing as they dont have much money, their options are few and far between. So the two come together. Drillbit offers them training to help. He teaches them how to toughen up and appear fearless, but it is an uphill battle. Along the way, they find he isn't so trustworthy and is using them to take things from their house. In typical comedy fashion, everything works out for everyone in the end. Wilson is good, but really can't carry the movie. The kids are just annoying. I know bullying is frowned upon today, but I just couldn't get behind these kids. There are some jokes, but not many. Could have been better.
Keith H (br) wrote: This is possibly the worst movie I have ever seen.
Paquin P (us) wrote: Lorsque l'as du cambriolage Jack Tuliver s'empare par hasard d'un Van Gogh convoit par une bande de malfrats, il met la main dans un terrible engrenage. Entre la police qui le poursuit pour le vol du tableau et sa complice kidnappe par les gangsters.
Mandeep S (ag) wrote: Novel idea. But lacks the punch. Anyways good watch for those looking for a change from the usual movies.
Harry W (us) wrote: Hoping that The Farrellly Brothers would be capable of making an entertaining comedy out of a conjoined twins concept, Stuck on You sounded like an entertaining diversion.Although Stuck on You was not the most consistently funny comedy, Stuck on You did manage to supply plenty of laughs to make it a good comedy. It wasn't perfect and was not up to their best works, but considering the ridiculous nature of the plot in Stuck on You, they managed to give it direction which made it out to be a funny and meaningful film.Stuck on You is a strictly Farrelly Brothers fare, and they prove to be the ideal duo of directors for this film because while there is less gross out humour this time around, they put a lot of sight gags into the fact that the main characters are conjoined twins. There is plenty of sight gags which shows the two leading actors working together really well as well as a script which plays on a lot of clever anecdotes relating to the same concept. While there is perhaps more focus on the dialogue than on the physical gags of the film, the important factor is that Stuck on You is still a funny film. It's kind of hard to decide between taking the film seriously or looking at it as one big joke due to an inconsistent tone and a pretty ridiculous premise, but either way it is easily enjoyable simply due to the fact that there is a meaningful message in the subtext of the film. Thanks to pairing up the Farrelly Brothers' skilful comic direction with their own firm script, it comes off as an original idea. Even though it is imperfect and is not as consistently funny as a film about conjoined twins trying to succeed in an acting career should be, it manages to supply enough laughs and clever anecdotes to justify its existence. The film is clever because it manages to poke fun at the Hollywood industry in parts as well, so the script is part satirical. In short, the screenplay in Stuck on You manages to make the film a lot funnier than it could have been, even if the shortage of gross out gags may not satisfy fans of Peter and Robert Farrelly as much as other films have in the past. This time, it has them balancing jokes with a meaningful premise, and for what it's worth they succeed most of the time. The story ends up being rather cliche and has a less than stellar ending, but if you can look beyond that and appreciate the comedic virtues of the film more than Stuck on You is likely to entertain you.Stuck on You also makes use of some really nice locations which easily establish the setting for the film and gives a lot of colour to the backdrop as well. It is also captured with strong cinematography which manages to always capture everything from the correct angle and ensure that the best aspects of the visual gags remain firmly in the visual plane.But when you get right down to it, it is the cast of Stuck on You that manages to carry the film consistently from start to finish.The thing which really makes the film good is the duo of Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear. With both of them confined to acting attached to each other, they manage to play a lot of visual gags off the situation. But more importantly, they manage to make themselves a likable duo since unlike most comedy films there is two funny guys, not one likable man and one unlikable. They share a good brotherly chemistry and have plenty of funny physical interactions with the surrounding cast and the situations, but more importantly they are both consistently easily able to achieve laughs with their line delivery. Matt Damon gives potentially the funniest performance of his career because the role is so different from the kind that I am accustomed to seeing him in, and Greg Kinnear once again manages to probe himself able to work in a comic role very easily. The charismatic talents of these cast members are paired together in Stuck on You, and under the firm direction of the Farrelly Brothers, it is no surprise that they are able to pull it off. Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear make themselves a pretty hilarious duo in Stuck on You, and working with each other very easily they are able to successfully harness the comic atmosphere of the filmCher's self-satirical role is also pretty funny because of how she really plays an egotistical version of herself. It is always funny to see a high profile actor parodying themselves if the material is strong enough, and thanks to the script in Stuck on You she manages to pull off one of her funniest performances in years. Cher manages to make herself a good supporting presence in Stuck on You simply because she puts natural comic charm into the part. Her line delivery is sharp, so she makes herself a funny presence in Stuck on You.Eva Mendes also makes a nice supporting presence because she has a likable persona and the film plays off her sex appeal to a subtle but effective extent as well. Her chemistry with the other cast members, specifically with Greg Kinnear proves to assist the story in its general progression.The cameo of Meryl Streep was hilarious because it is rare that she pops up in such silly comedies and so when she does it this time it is a nice surprise. Frankie Muniz's random cameo was pretty funny as well.So despite Stuck on You having quite a few cliches riding the script and not as much raunchy humour as The Farrelly Brothers are usually more familiar with, Stuck on You is a surprisingly meaningful and easy to watch comedy which takes advantage of its premise well and is able to get some hilarious performances out of both Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear in a dual role.
Eddie R (br) wrote: I love this film, or at least each time i watch it i get teary eyed. I may have enjoyed it more if there was a faster pace, but then i have sat through several showings of Solaris, in the original time frame, so i am thoroughly prepared to sit through this entirely again. I absolutely fell to the charms of Claire Forlani, and was held captive throughout in the whole conceptual framework for the film. I am not so cynical as some are about this film, and keep my naivete on my sleeve. Not a visceral film for me but cerebral, with many personal connections.
PY C (fr) wrote: It's so cliche with the poor guy getting the princess / saving the earth sorta thing.
Nicholas L (jp) wrote: Fargo is intensely original and the screenwriting is fantastic, but the black comedy is not for everyone and a woodchipper being used to pulverize someone is not funny.
Mort P (ag) wrote: I just watched the DVD of Meryl Streep's "Plenty" (a shame to blame it on her) and loathed this pretentious piece of expensive, boring drivel, even after Director Fred Schepisi explained (in a disk extra) how wonderful it is. He seems to have been going for the record on how many times his star achieves (visual) ecstasy with different actors in a single movie. Meanwhile, Streep, everyone's hands-down greatest, just keeps on keeping on, finding no place in the script to rest her genius before another page of the script bats it away. Maybe she persisted out of respect for the impressive cast (John Gielgud, Sam Neill, Charles Dance, Tracey Ullman, Sting, Ian McKellen) that must have followed her on board.
Charles P (br) wrote: Saturday Night Fever deserves to be graded among the best movies of the '70s, with a story that is intelligent and moving, the iconic soundtrack that defined a genre, and the performance that made John Travolta a hit.
Rick R (ca) wrote: Manhattan Melodrama (1934)Blackie Gallagher (Clark Gable) and Jim Wade (William Powell) were childhood friends, orphaned by the General Slocum ship disaster, that have grown to become opposite ends of the law. Blackie is the charming bad boy casino owner with the heart of gold while Jim became the District Attorney. Naturally, you know that Jim is going to be trying Blackie for murder. Ironically, it was a murder that would help Jim become Governor of New York.Eleanor (Myrna Loy) seems to spend most of the movie running back and forth between these two men depending upon what they do next. Yes, everything is exaggerated emotions and interpersonal conflict. Oh well, but I guess that this makes for good melodrama.Of course this movie was most renowned as the movie that famous gangster, John Dillinger saw before he was shot down outside Chicago's Biograph Theater.
Martin H (gb) wrote: I saw the first 15 minutes of the movie. Being a fan of westerns, I'm not impressed. You expect a certain atmosphere, yet in this movie, you're being led in several directions, while trying to figure out what you're dealing with.
Joao M (es) wrote: Mad Max Mostra uma vingana sem escalas,uma atuao mais que perfeita do Mel Gibson e personagens muito bem criados nesse universo muito perfeito de George Miller.