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Amanda W (ag) wrote: Part coming of age, part mystery, this was a sincere and subtle approach to how a young girl deals with the loss of a parent. It's not a classic, but neither should it be brushed off as a waste of time.
Nik M (gb) wrote: Capitalism: A Love Story isn't Moore's best work as he stumbles to recreate his mocking re-edits of archive footage and seems to slow down quite a bit during the second half of the film. It does, however, provide its absolutely crucial arguments towards a very serious modern indictment to the American political side that is capitalism.
Spencer S (jp) wrote: Yet another example of a correct judging a book by its cover, Killer Movie seems to be simply suicidal. Not a film in the parody genre, this is another slasher film that Hollywood slapped together in the hopes of capturing the attention of an audience with nothing better to do. I give the film credit for inventive murders and some interesting dialogue, but it was very unfortunate casting, writing, and plot that caught this film unawares. The characters were boring, and therefore I did not mind when their murdered corpses were put on display for all to see. Gratuitous sex is scattered around, but most is either nonsensical or plopped in front of us as if it fell from the sky, only there to titillate the fourteen year old boy demographic. The premise could be construed as original, but the follow through is found wanting, intercutting a reality show format between the decapitations that makes the characters unlikable. I give props to Kaley Cuoco, stepping outside of her comfort zone that includes roles of bubble headed blondes and into one...where she's a bubble headed blonde who is rather mean. Wow, what a turnaround. If you're looking for a horrific horror film, this is for you.
Alexander C (kr) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
James M (br) wrote: 90's update of French classic Jules et Jim. Not done too badly and has a good soundtrack.
Akshay M (au) wrote: Well deserved winner for best picture. Truly fascinating and honest true story of two great racers of great Britain. It's not about winning, it's more about pride and honour but most importantly it's about sacrifice.
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Spencer S (ru) wrote: Natasha Lyonne has had many indie roles in television and film that are quite interesting, and this has to be one of her most enduring ones to date. This is Lyonne's largest leading role; before she made it into the "American Pie" franchise. This coming of age tale is really quite interesting, not just because of its setting being in the seventies, but because the family featured are great examples of how nuclear families were all but decimated by that time. Their dispassionate feelings towards one another, and their pure dysfunction, are what holds the film together and what yields the more poignant and tender moments onscreen. Alan Arkin, as the philandering father to an apartment full of rowdy kids, is always inhospitable and yet gives a monumental performance. Arkin cements himself, in my eyes, as one of the most underrated and yet talented actors of his time because the role of Murray is so perfect for him. As he shifts between filthy apartments, shuffling his kids around and yet telling them they deserve the finer things in life, we see a man that has all but given up and yet trudges on. Lyonne is also powerfully adept in her role, as she navigates the problems of young adulthood. Though she remains the main fixture of the film, and gives a knockout performance as Vivian, she doesn't overcrowd the film, which also contains many great supporting performances. Marisa Tomei is especially notable as the disillusioned Rita, fresh from rehab and starting her life in Beverly Hills, trying to find the man she left behind. Really the film remains very unsettling throughout, because it shows what it truly means to be poor when everyone around you is perfect. More than that it's what happens when you're not living the life that's always been promised. The complexities of this family are very real and solemn throughout the film, while also being funny at times. This has got to be the best unknown indie film of the nineties, because it seemingly hits every perfect note and yet doesn't even try.