Titanic: The Final Word with James Cameron
Cameron brings together some the world's leading Titanic experts, including engineers, naval architects, artists and historians, to solve the lingering mysteries of why and how the 'unsinkable' ship sank.
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Michael H (es) wrote: Odd and overtly arty, but not without it's fair share of startling imagery
Shiv N (us) wrote: This is Neil??s best performance till date.. The story could have been a lil more realistic.. The songs (except for daata sun le) are very average and the movie could have done without it.. But it??s a good attempt by Madhur.. It is very difficult to take such a subject and handle it properly.. Definetly worth a watch..
Jonathan H (mx) wrote: An outstanding and enlightening glimpse into the life of a notoriously reclusive legend.
Miguel M (au) wrote: Simplemente, la "Pulp Fiction" mexicana!
Raechel B (it) wrote: A PRETTY FANTASTIC DANCE FILM. Love tap and it's actually an Aussie film that I can stnad. As I haven't seen that many that I like but with that said I am an Australian haha. Adam Garcia acted and dances really well!
Matthew J (es) wrote: It's sometimes boring, it's sometimes funny, it's sometimes good but it's never quite satisfying.
Michael D (es) wrote: An enjoyable prestige Portmanteau film with contributions from Vadim vapid, Malle middling to good, and Fellini fantastico.
Riff J (us) wrote: Not sure what the complaints rej this movie are about - it's got a lot of suspense, even some good scares too. There are a couple particular chilling scenes that almost give this movie a horror vibe... they literally made the hairs on my arms stand at attention.Sir Ian McKellen, simply, in a word, rules. He makes any movie better. Whether he's playing Magneto or an ex-Nazi soldier, his performances are authentic and genuine, which is obviously a requirement for the movie to have it's desired impact. I don't know how much this movie will make you think, if you're looking or an intellectual mystery, but it's got suspense and thrills, so if that's your thing, giddy up. The story of a boy's attraction to evil and the horrors of a generation past, serve as the theme for this film. But things aren't always as they appear, and the illusion of power and control quickly dissipates. What once started as a character study of an interesting figure quickly becomes a Pandora's Box, where you realize you have to be careful re what you ask for.
PY C (nl) wrote: Brilliant cast, solid storyline.
Antti V (es) wrote: Steven Seagal even looks like the later day Elvis he is...
Matthew E (mx) wrote: The dragons in this movie are done SO WELL! The sense of dread and power is fantastic, and framed perfectly from the perspective of the terrified humans.
Matthew P (ru) wrote: I originally liked this movie better having seen it a bit younger but having recently seeing mad max 2 I see it more as a rip off of that movie. Loner in a wasteland (one desert one ocean) fighting for oil/gas and the enemy dresses like bikers. Big difference is it launched Mel Gibson's career and tanked you Kevin Costner's for years.
Dan C (ag) wrote: Maggie Gyllenhaal is one of the best actors working today. Next to her work, the preening self-consciousness of Meryl Streep is revealed as the joke it is. Maggie finds a character's elemental nature and presents it with such candor you swear you know this fictional person. Or could. Her world is genuine, every expression and movement true to everyday life. Too bad here that the story isn't just a bit better written. The script desperately needs a confrontation between Maggie and her sister-in-law, who needs to be much further developed given she's the enemy. Giancarlo Esposito -- you should know him as the Chicken Man meth master from Breaking Bad, puts in a powerful performance -- raw where Fring is tightly controlled, and there's no resolution. Oh well. Up there it says the movie is not entirely believable. That was written by an idiot who grew up in a suburb and had their ass kissed every day. This is a movie about life sucking, which it does. All the time.