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Pui T (au) wrote: surprisingly I do love this movie!!!!it seems a reflection of what's going on.......now
Pete M (de) wrote: Partly amusing, partly investigative, this one really shows just how misguided and ignorant we can all be concerning the current situations going on around the world. Defiantly recommend this.
Matthew A (ru) wrote: Needed more substance
Samantha F (mx) wrote: This movie is okay. I read the book, which was fantastic, as are all of Ted Dekker's novels. When I saw the ratings for it, I expected it to be terrible. Much better than I expected since I expected absolutely nothing. The acting wasn't great, but it kept to the book better than I expected it to. Worth seeing once. Now I have to read the book again because it is considerably better than the movie.
Jak M (ca) wrote: went to see this film at a private showing, i was realy impressed and thought the film worked realy well, it was also nice to be able to give some feedback to the director and some cast members
Sui G (es) wrote: Funny at the beginning, but I sort of lost interest.
Pedro S (es) wrote: Bad... the first 30 minutes is ok...but what we see next for the rest of the movie... :(
Matthew A (es) wrote: One of the most incredibly heartbreaking and beautifully human films of all time. Mike Leigh's masterpiece.
Niels S (us) wrote: 3 ud af 5 atommissiler. Produktionsvrdien er til at overskue, men historien er bde underholdende, original og gennemfrt ond med en af de mest unhappy endings jeg endnu har set. What's not to like?
Griffin G (nl) wrote: classic for its time
Ted W (es) wrote: Slight but enjoyable noir parody with charming performances and great period details. Thayer David was such a great character actor for the role of repugnant villain.
Tim S (es) wrote: I've waited a long time to sit down and write down my thoughts about Batman Begins, and having recently revisited it, I think it's time to do that. Batman Begins, as one would expect from Christopher Nolan, is a very solid movie. It has some great performances, stunts, story and it all makes narrative sense. It's a well-made movie that deserves its fans for not just being a good Batman movie, but a good film. I totally believe that. But, being the nitpicker that I am, I can't ignore certain things that stand out to me. One, Katie Holmes. I find her pretty annoying. That's really a personal preference, but whatever. Two, the second half of the movie. After the origins part of the movie is over, the movie has to go on with some sort of plot. It's sort of set up in the first half, but not really. The second half is actually the weaker of the two halves, narratively. It's enjoyable, but we've seen this sort of thing before, which goes against what we haven't seen before in the first half. And finally, three. This is what I like to call Smokey and the Bandit/Will Smith quipping dialogue and reactions. Ok, that's a big description, but here's the point. This movie, and The Dark Knight as well, have those sort of cliche'd moments where somebody says "That's not good" when something bad happens. Specifically, the chase after the Tumbler scene when Rachel is poisoned is what I'm referring to. The dialogue in that area is not very good, and it stands out to me big time. It doesn't ruin the movie for me, but it does take me out of it a little bit. Overall, it's a fantastic beginning for a new and downbeat series of movies that turned a franchise around and did something better with it for once.
Edward C (gb) wrote: Happythankyoumoreplease (2010)Starring: Josh Radnor, Malin Akerman, Kate Mara, Zoe Kazan, Pablo Schreiber, Richard Jenkins, Dana Barron, Jimmy Gary Jr., Michael Algieri, Jakob Appelman and Tony HaleDirected By: Josh RadnorReviewGO GET YOURSELF LOVEDHello Kiddies your pal The Cupid Critic here on valentines Day, my most loneliest time of year. I hope you are reading this cause I want to know, How can I always try so hard to win a girls heart but fail either they have a boyfriend or leave the state. But why is it always me? I am a man who as a child met a friend( who was my substitute teacher) she taught me about love by showing it to me through her kindness, sweet smile and warmth. I've been a head over heels romantic ever since, and have tried to meet someone who reminds me of her so I can call them my wife. It's my dream to become a film critic and have a beautiful wife who reminds me of her. But this film has taught me one thing I can still no matter what Get Myself Loved(even if I'm still hung up on the past three hearts I've tried to steal) I will Get Myself Loved.On his Way to a meeting, aspiring novelist Sam Wexler(Radnor) finds Rasheen, a young boy separated from his family on the subway. When Rasheen refuses to be left with social services, Sam has learned the boy has been placed in six previous foster homes and agrees to let Rasheen stay with him. Dropped into Sam's chaotic bachelor lifestyle, Rasheen is introduced to Sam's circle of friends:Annie(Malin Akerman) who has a pattern of dating the wrong men, Mary-Catherine(Zoe Kazan) and Charlie(Pablo Schreiber) whose potential move to Los Angles threatens their relationship, and Mississippi(Kate Mara) an aspiring singer/waitress who tests Sam's fear of commitment. As Sam's unlikely friendship with Rasheen develops, he realize adulthood is not about waiting for the life you want, but simply stumbling ahead and making it happen along the way.I saw this film specifically for the writer,director and star of the picture Josh Radnor. I am a big fan of his because he has always played characters who have the same aspect of a romantic(Ted from How I met Your Mother) and someone who doesn't act or feel his age and is depressed(Jesse from Liberal Arts) characters I feel are a lot like me. I don't act my age because of my mentality, I am often depressed because I am a guy who is a head over the heels romantic but he never gets to show that side.The film was interesting because of it's ingenious inspiration of not just being man sees girl, girl falls for man and a tragedy happens. This is real love, it takes commitment. Characters are deep sadness with their lives and relationships but stick it through and try to listen and do what they can for the others who love them. I was very moved by Radnor's Akerman and Mara's performance they were a joy when they were on-screen. Radnor is a good director his next picture he made after this(LIberal Arts) may be better but this has it's own magical touch and he always likes to film in New York city and he makes it look amazing.Happythankyoumoreplease is a sharp comedy with deep characters,and deserves more recognition, I'm giving Happythankyoumoreplease a five out of five.
Gordon H (ca) wrote: Fantastic!Originally written December 30, 2011--Blamed for a terrorist attack on the Kremlin, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and the entire IMF agency are disavowed by the U.S. government after the president initiates "Ghost Protocol." Forced to go "off the grid" -- left without resources or backup -- Hunt must somehow clear the agency's name and prevent another attack.Wow! What an amazing "mission" this was! Tom Cruise actually performed a sequence where Ethan Hunt scales the outside of the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai, which is the world's tallest building, without the use of a stunt double! It's my understanding that although he appears to be free solo climbing in the film with the help of special gloves, in reality, he was securely attached to the Burj Khalifa at all times by multiple cables. Industrial Light & Magic digitally erased the cables in post-production. But still--HOLY CRAP! You have to go see this movie if only for that incredible sequence!I loved this new Mission: Impossible! Instead of just focusing on the actions of just one character, this film showcased the actions of the whole team in taking down the threat they were faced with. it had all of the excitement, humor, and fun that were all a part of the original television show.
Bill D (us) wrote: "The Last Days on Mars" is a gritty sic-fi horror film with a touch of zombie thrown in for good measure.