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Ibraheem M (us) wrote: If you love Hollywood, The Player offers you a free vacation there that you'll love, and it will also convince you that the biggest crime in Hollywood is to flop.
Skip R (jp) wrote: Excellent film. Powerful retelling of a true story. Simon Abkarian and Virginia Ledoyen are fantastic.
Cody C (kr) wrote: The visual effects are fun, but the story is beyond incoherent. Damn shame
John S (au) wrote: Harsh. This film is an oldie but a goodie. Its one I have heard about and known about for a long time but it took finding it on cinemail to bring it to me.Ray Winstone plays Ray, an alcoholic nutter who is one of the most dislikeable people I have ever witnessed in film. He beats his friends and family in drunken rages and eventually kills his unborn child in an act of jealousy after seeing his wife play pool with a man.There are several scenes in the film that are fantastic. The Nil by mouth scene where Ray talks about his father is epic. There are others such as when Ray goes apeshit in the flat and on the phone. His acting is outstanding here.The film is truly gritty in a way that only a British drama can be. Theres no glitz or glamour here, its all sink estates, booze and drugs. Pubs and council flats are the locations and it adds realism to it.In short I liked this film while really disliking certain scenes. The acting was great, the plot was interesting, the ending satisfying, the camerawork was first rate. Very little to complain about - perhaps it was a little long for my liking but thats all.Favourite scene : Ray talks to Mark about his father and the nil by mouth.
DONT ADD ME just message me (kr) wrote: sean connery was great, gotta LOVE his accent. they said "fucking" too many times.... it was okay
Jonathan G (jp) wrote: One of the leading films in it's genre... Horror Comedy. Yeah, not many films in that genre-bending, but it has turned into a cult classic. Everyone looks so young! Tim Burton's directing in his earlier, creepier period of his career. Definitely bizarre, unique, weird, dark, and fun-enough. It should be more PG-13, than PG (for sure). Rating: 7/10
Maark T (gb) wrote: Funny and gruesome. Tarantino uses his skills as a director as well as ideas borrow from the Spaghetti Westerns he admires so much to create some very tense scenes.
Amanda R (au) wrote: love the book and movie
Edgar P (es) wrote: "Sightseers is an original film but a bit bizarre. This is a black comedy but I did not laugh anywhere as much as I was maybe intended to. It is definitely not for everyone. The couple are oddly likable, but the script goes to no effort to make us sympathise with or for them. Their actions are never anything but horrible."