Trouble in Mind
The lives of an ex-con, a coffee-shop owner, and a young couple looking to make it rich intersect in the fictional and hypnotic Rain City.
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Amanda H (br) wrote: This is one of those movies that keeps making you think it's just about to get good, but it never really does. The first half hour or so shows a lot of promise. Then it's as though the writers, directors, producers, actors and basically EVERYONE on set just decided to punk the audience, and the whole thing falls apart and turns into a big steaming pile of nonsense. I wish I hadn't forced myself to sit through this in hopes it would eventually get better.
Jay M (jp) wrote: When Highlander 2 & 3 arrived being a fan of the first Highlander movie it was: a big disappointment, to see the downhill effect, of the story, being rewritten; into-something-completely-new; not adding up to the first. Now once again a new version of Highlander is revealed; combining elements of the first film & the series into one; & I: found this film to be much more entertaining, then the seconded film but nowhere close to being as good as the first one. In this version: the prize was not won by Conner. The game still continues on & the gathering is believed to be getting nearer. Conner starts to feel the effects of loneliness so he calls Duncan in Paris to come to New York. The kinsmen meet up at the beginning in New York but when Conner's apartment on Hudson Street gets bombed by an old obsessed enemy (killing-Rachel-his-secretary; whom-he-raised-as-his-daughter-after-World-War-2) he disappears for a while leaving Duncan to find more about the new enemy that he will shortly be facing... Elements from the series are added in one of which I did not care much for is the watchers; A secret organization that does surveillance of the immortals for the sake of preserving history. The love life's of both Conner & Duncan are added, Conner's gaudy clich of mourning his first wife Heather continues well a former love of Duncan's that makes for a sub-plot that adds into the main plot resurfaces. Flashbacks like in the movie & the series are put in. The swordfights are all well done: & the lightning effects, of the quickening are placed in, as well. The script maintains a lot of elements from the movie & series; occasionally there are discrepancies that do not add up to what a fan well remember from previous movies but the entertainment shouldn't be greatly affected. The dialog that critics have sighted to be substandard is pretty accurate; tho for viewers or fans most of what will want to be seen in a movie like this is the swordfights. The directing was nothing special & the soundtrack in no way compared to the first Highlander & the main villain of this film was a little on the cheesy side.~I give this film a C + (Common) & I'm giving it a generous rating.
Geoffrey H (nl) wrote: dont fucken care - just loved it - Especially Lalita - and that soundtrack and visuals
Sergio C (kr) wrote: his is a piece of cramp movie
Greg W (ag) wrote: This is the origin story for the world's first consulting detective that Conan Doyle was never considerate enough to write for us...
Aldo M (de) wrote: Just a beautiful masterpiece.
Michael M (mx) wrote: A little long for the concept, and a bit indulgent at other times, this is nonetheless a beautiful film. Love it.
Mark M (nl) wrote: I watched it, it was good and I'm glad he closed the casino, those guys are a bunch of crooks. Justice is served.
Andrew M (it) wrote: Meet the Robinsons is surprising and intriguing. This movie is a perfect family movie. This movie teaches you to dream big because if you dream big anything can happen. I would suggest this movie.
Peter K (ag) wrote: I don't know why i liked this movie, it was pretty good. It reminds me that I failed at a ton of shit.
Sterlin R (de) wrote: A very nostalgic, funny, and enjoyable animated movie. It also has great characters with terrific voice acting for them.
Eric R (br) wrote: In the vein of Walter Hill's Warriors, Vigilante takes place in a very violent, almost civil-war like New York City where crime has reached epic proportions and the cops can't keep up. A group of citizens, led by the always awesome Fred Williamson, have seen enough and begin to take justice into their own hands. The film centers around Eddie Merino (a young Robert Forster), a man reluctant to take justice into his own hands until his wife and son are brutally attacked. VIGILANTE is a violent fun crime flick with an awesome synth score. Its not overally intelligent, but this is a William Lustig flick so I wasn't exactly expecting it. It skips right past the moral debate and goes right into the righteousness of revenge and punishing the unjust. Fred Williamson is such a badass.
Meredith W (es) wrote: While it is indeed rare it is for a move to do its source material justice, "Holding the Man" does exactly this in bringing Timothy Conigrave's memoir of the same name (more so that its stage adaptation) to the screen. In its telling of a 15 year relationship of gay men from teenager infatuation through to the early years of the Aids epidemic, it is first and foremost a love story (despite its many sometimes quite graphic sex scenes). But it is also a powerful and moving snapshot of a point in history, which it portrayal with integrity, never demonising, for example, John's father (Anothony Lapaglia) who is unable to accept his son's sexuality. By contrast, as Tim's father, Guy Pearce is more accepting in response, giving audiences one of many emotional scenes. The performances are excellent, with the supporting cast representing a who's who of Australian drama. And the soundtrack is one of the best out there. But just like the novel, while it may be a beautiful story, it is ultimately a very sad one so be ready to cry buckets.
Steve C (jp) wrote: Jessica Alba. That is all