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Derek J (it) wrote: yip (ip man, spl) returns to direct a light-hearted fare. disregarding cheesy ads, the "cutesiness" and comedy charmed me. as magical as sorcerer's apprentice, the all star cast seemed to had fun. oh yeah, and lightsabres. (=
Mereie d (ag) wrote: Entre les murs (2008) is a hyperrealistic rendering of the goings-on at a school in the Parisian banlieues. The main focus lies on one class and their French teacher, Franois Marin, who faces all the difficulties of his job on a daily basis. From the closing credits, I gather that the pupils are playing themselves (i.e. they are not actors), which makes their performance all the more impressive. Some of the other characters (i.e. the parents) are supposedly played by actors. The high degree of realism makes the film somewhat less exciting than many a comparable production, but the obvious presence of a script (=development towards climax) fully compensates for that. I must say that this film has taught me many things. It struck me that, despite the fact that this school is urban, multicultural and 21st-century, the difficulties are tough, but not that different from what I experienced in my school years. I am from the Netherlands, where I frequented religious schools (French schools are all non-denominational) in a non-urban environment that was in no way multicultural. Moreover, we're talking twenty years earlier than Entre les murs. And still, my classes were not much less problematic than Marin's class. So things have changed for the worse, but only slightly so. This film has also made me realize that multiculturalism is not the root of all evil. The class is not difficult because of the racial mixture it is (some immigrant pupils are a paragon of diligence), but because (as always) only a handful of troublemakers suffices to mess things up for the rest, and, most importantly, because the teachers are trying to be far too reasonable and understanding. One sometimes wonders when and why it was decided to start regarding minors as reasonable adults who have rights too? and why the good old enlightened despot was abolished. In one scene, two girls from the class (including one notorious troublemaker) are sitting in on a teachers' meeting, for reasons of transparency, no doubt. I wonder how deep one has sunk, or what sort of Stockholm syndrome has hit someone, when the enemy is granted an audience. When I had seen the entire film, I couldn't help thinking: you've brought all of this upon yourselves, teachers. And modern-day parents.
Jerod B (es) wrote: It losses some as it is just a presents but............................
Bruce B (ru) wrote: How many locked in the house with complete stranger's and only one can walk out alive movies are they going to make. That said, this is a very good movie with that subject line. As far as being a copy cat of other movies like saw or saw II, I don't see it that way. 9 people are abducted and put into a sealed house, only one can walk out alive and win 5 million dollars. The 9 people are from all walks of life and it is a little comical at times. If I was playing it wouldn't take 128 minutes to decide the winner. All in all a good weeknight movie to enjoy but not for a group of Scare fest members or not for a Halloween get together. Still it gets 3 1/2 stars.
John E (us) wrote: Lacks the depth, quick wit and warm feelings of the first 2 entries into the franchise, but, with that said, a conclusion to the Trilogy was inevitable.The key issue here is the cameo appearance, what it could be called at most, of Emilio Estevez, who drove the first 2 with his charm, development and internal struggles. Some of the Ducks really show their age in this one too, Jackson in particular who like Estevez is of course a key fundamental in what made the previous films, it's possible this attributed to what appeared a rushed production. Putting aside the negatives, it was great to see all the ducks back again. Out of the comfort zone and coach Orion did a good job of being both hero and villain. The Cat rightly got the #1 spot and my favourite Character came back in the end too, Portman. The scenes with Hans were sad but this was a character plot to raise the stakes, get Bombay back and pull at our sentiment, it worked on me... not as great as the last 2 but I'd rather have it, than not!
Ian C (au) wrote: Reb Brown is the balls in the Rambosploitation classic. The final thirty minutes are the greatest in the history of cinema and the battle between Ramsom and Jakoda is up there with Rocky and Ivan Drago's battle in Moscow. That head butt and the dentist gag, comedy gold.
stuart m (fr) wrote: Blown away by this film.I was captivated from start to finish and reelly enjoyed being in the company of the two leads,just enough bitterness from stopping it being too cute,this is brilliant.
Hatem A (de) wrote: 4.0/4.0"Radio Days" is a beautiful, nostalgic piece of work by writer-director Woody Allen that is still original by today's standards and remains one of Allen's best works. The main protagonist here is radio and even for viewers (like myself) who weren't alive during the pre-TV days, you will feel like you want to go back to those days. The movie is narrated by Allen (who doesn't appear) as Joe, a Jewish American who explains how his childhood in 1930s Rockaway Beach, Queens centered on radio. The young Joe is played by Seth Green with the movie mixing memories of his childhood and family (linked to radio) with some urban legends of radio stars. There is no real plot here; the movie is a series of vignettes about radio. The urban legends are very interesting and probably more intriguing than the bits involving Joe (that are nonetheless very good) but that doesn't matter much. The movie grabs your attention from the first scene (where house burglars answer a phone while stealing and win big on a radio trivia show) and doesn't let go. The central character in the radio realm that the story constantly gravitates towards is Sally White (Mia Farrow) who we follow from her days as a cigarette girl to her rise to an A-list radio star. In the bits involving Joe, a key character is played by another Allen regular Dianne Wiest as his aunt Bea who is on a quest to find Mr. Right. There is also a very interesting contrast between life in Rockaway Beach (where Joe's family get together around the radio, despite their differences, and live some fantasies) and the glitz and glamour of Manhattan (the setting for the urban legends). "Radio Days" will stay with you long after you have seen and makes one reminisce of times that are long before most of us today came into existence when life and its pleasures were far simpler. It is such a feel-good movie. Nominated for 2 Oscars: Art Direction, Original Screenplay.
Ian C (es) wrote: I HAVE HAD IT WITH THESE MOTHERFUCKING SNAKES ON THIS MOTHERFUCKING PLANE! I t is worth watching for that line alone. The CGI is terrible but the it does exactly what it says on the tin. Good dumb fun.
David R (ca) wrote: Dark and gripping, entertaining film based on true events
Daryl T (br) wrote: The reason not to get Netflix. Lame rather than exotic