Time Is Illmatic is a feature length documentary film that delves deep into the making of Nas' 1994 debut album, Illmatic, and the social conditions that influenced its creation. Twenty ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Time Is Illmatic
Time Is Illmatic is a feature length documentary film that delves deep into the making of Nas' 1994 debut album, Illmatic, and the social conditions that influenced its creation. Twenty ...
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Jeremy S (ca) wrote: What a stopped idea! Someone should be fired
Nybras I (es) wrote: Everything was wrong, like they dissected a T00L video
Marianne M (de) wrote: Ok. Entertaining. Some of the songs were good but nothing that stuck.
Cem Regi Pixelmannen (it) wrote: Quiet good for a chic-flick...but still a bit of meh...
Alexander C (au) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.
moni m (au) wrote: ashuahsus :'D non lo vedo da un sacco.
Abbie K (de) wrote: Love this movie from when I was a kid. The only reason I know who Gabriel Byrne is today. I didn't give it 5 stars simply because it's too short.
Francis M (kr) wrote: A dull Sellers performance, but out matched by Victor Mature playing the role of a hasbin romantic actor. Worth a visit just for Matures excellent performance.
Sean N (au) wrote: Suzuki's storytelling is almost always overshadowed by his sense of style but that doesn't mean it's bad. Sure, it's almost cookie cutter but I believe he knows how to balance style and substance pretty well even if his style carries most everything else. There's genuine moments of sadness in this movie and it's surprisingly not as slow as you may think and it does build up until the last five minutes into a finale that' unforgettable.
Steve M (gb) wrote: Starring: Richard Attenborough, Kim Stanley, Judith Donner, Nanette Newman, Gerald Sim, and Patrick Magee Director: Bryan Forbes A spineless husband (Attenborough) is bullied by his would-be-celebrity medium wife (Stanley) into kidnapping the daughter of a wealthy industrialist and demand a ransom, so she can use her "psychic powers to save the child. As he executes the hoax, he starts to fear that his increasingly delusional wife will cause the girl's death. This is a slow-moving, deliberate, and decidedly talky psychological thriller where the fate of a naive child rests entirely in the hands of a man too weak to either stand up to his unhinged wife, or to get her the help she needs. In the end, his weakness brings a predictable doom down upon him, but the way its executed is brilliantly done. With the only remotely action-oriented scenes being the ones surrounding a ransom drop and the nominal hero of this tragic story's efforts to avoid the police, this is a film that succeeds due to the superior acting abilities of the cast and the well-crafted script they had to work with. If a lesser performer than Kim Stanley--as a psychotic woman who has been encouraged in her delusions of a psychic gift since childhood and who now is driven to desperate measures to gain the recognition she believes she deserves--had been portraying the part, this is a character who would come across as ridiculous instead of sinister and obnoxious instead of pity-worthy, despite the depth of her madness and evil. Similarly, if a lesser actor than Richard Attenborough had been playing the wimpy, conflicted Billy--with brilliant subtlety in contrast to Stanley's over-the-top, in-your-face performance--he would have come across as sniveling instead of distraught and disgustingly pathetic instead of deeply sympathetic. Although this is film with virtually no likable characters--with the exception of the kidnap-victim played ably by cute child actress Judith Donner--Attenborough and Stanley nonetheless make us care about the people they are portraying. (The cops come across as basically unlikable, because as the film unfolds, we become emotionally invested with Billy and his wife, so we them from their point of view.) We want Billy to grow a spine and to do what he knows is right before it's too late for him and the innocent child. And we are kept guessing up to the very last moment of the film whether Billy's weakness has turned him from kidnapper to killer, with one final tense scene and seance on the titular wet afternoon. This is an excellent film that anyone who appreciates psychological thrillers should seek out.
Carol F (au) wrote: Overly-long melodrama. Worth watching only to see Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor together.
Ben G (nl) wrote: I was very excited to see this film I love vS and Marlene and Gary too. Unfortunately, this one is very far from the great movies of these sacred monsters. It feels like the director is not quite yet used to sound, as a result the action often feels artificial and above all terribly slow. Worse even, the film lacks this one big wonderful scene that would make all the rest worthwhile. Just to make matters a touch worse, it is often difficult to understand what on earth motivates the actions of the characters; consequently it is no surprise that there is no real ending to the film. I wouldn't advise any one to see it, even die-hard fans. The only clearly good point though is to see Marlene still very young singing looking very German but with a wonderful French accent.
Rendan L (nl) wrote: As simple and thrilling as it may be Blue Ruin still suffers from clear budget constraints and a conclusion that feels a bit too wild for this otherwise grounded tale. Grade: B-
Jim F (ag) wrote: Bonkers little movie. Very Lynchesque. Amusing too although i really did start failing to follow
John T (fr) wrote: I just got finished watching the 2015 show and had to re-watch this movie. I enjoyed it a lot. There were a ton of famous comedians in this and it is pretty awesome to see the before and after of these.