Under the Same Moon
A young Mexican boy travels to the U.S. to find his mother after his grandmother passes away.
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Peter B (br) wrote: The cast is clearly working hard to try and make sense of a script that is a befuddled mess.
Jamaal S (ca) wrote: Mandatory training for anyone associated w/ the DoD.
Casey C (kr) wrote: A poor rip-off of INDIANA JONES and THE MUMMY, Chu Yen-Ping's THE TREASURE HUNTER is an awfully generic and uninspired action adventure that even a lesser effort like the Jet Li's 1996's DR WAI IN "THE SCRIPTURE WITH WORDS" is far enjoyable than this crappy effort. Despite the involvement of award-winning writer Ivy Ho, the plot is terribly cliched -- lacking sense of awe as well as zero impact on both characters and emotional front. Jay Chou and Lin Chi-Ling are nice to look at, but their lackluster acting skill leaves a sour aftertaste. It doesn't help either their brief romantic moment feels rather forced. The action, in the meantime, is ruined with cheap-looking and exaggerated wirework by veteran Ching Siu-Tung and the anticlimatic ending is especially a letdown. Alongside with THE STORM WARRIORS released in the same month, this is another worst film of the year put to shame.
Tedi B (gb) wrote: Fun and enjoyable. 2 Cliches at the end keep it from being all 5 stars.
Chris I (us) wrote: needed more celebs solving the same crossword, bill clintons deep metaphor about solving a crossword was pretty cool
Melanie K (ca) wrote: Watched this movie mainly coz I like Mia Kirshner...and I didn't really regret it. It's an okay movie (with a decent soundtrack) showing what too much alc and drugs can do to people *lol* Nothing new...but it wasn't wasted time either...
Joshua T (jp) wrote: I had a bad feeling watching the opening scene (when the title appeared, and Strauss is laughing maniacally), but Dean Stockwel's simultaneously chilling and vulnerable portrayal of the young murderer is the treat of this film... other than every scene with Orson Welles, whose deceptively languid presence is magnetic (incl the only slightly overdone closing speech).
Richard D (ru) wrote: As narrative films go, "Battleship Potemkin" is incredibly simplistic ... intentionally so. The characters are deliberately one dimensional and take on a symbolic role in driving the plot forward. It's a cartoon meant not so much to make a political point, but rather to inspire the audience towards political action. That may sound like I'm knocking it, but I'm absolutely not. It's easily one of the most amazingly effective narrative propaganda films, and it retains much of it's power today despite being copied and quoted in hundreds of other films. If you are a fan of silent cinema, you know that the rhythms of silent cinema are very different from modern films. This film is about as close to a modern film as you will find in the 20's.
John H (it) wrote: A love letter to Doctor Who's 50 + years of history, both in front of, and behind the cameras. The writing is gorgeous, and David Bradley was perfectly cast as the legendary William Hartnell. One of the tv movie greats!
Michael M (us) wrote: If Michael Keaton's "Batman" were Rated R it would be this cult classic. Admittedly it looks a little dated in 2016 but it was pretty fucking excellent in 1990. If only Liam had stuck around for the sequels.
THEdjpluto (ca) wrote: James Wan, the horror genres brightest new young director, brilliantly mixes torture porn and crime drama to cringe worthy effect.
Mary B (au) wrote: A time in history well told with great acting.