Police commander Simon Weiss, head of the division that supervises Paris's demi-monde, starts out on his nightly tour of bars, discos and strip clubs, making sure once again that the owners... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Police commander Simon Weiss, head of the division that supervises Paris's demi-monde, starts out on his nightly tour of bars, discos and strip clubs, making sure once again that the owners...
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Max A (kr) wrote: I can't even deal right now
Nandita A (jp) wrote: not bad for a timepass !!
Joey S (mx) wrote: Paranoid Park is a relatively uninteresting drama made with the care and skill of a great director, which ultimately makes it well-made from a technical standpoint, but not exactly easy to enjoy. It's about a teenage skateboarder named Alex who accidentally causes the death of a security guard and is forced to cope with his guilt and fear alone. The story is told in a similar way to Gus Van Sant's Elephant, and the movie's style is definitely it's strongest quality. Through the use of limited dialogue, dreamy skateboarding sequences, and non-chronological storytelling, Paranoid Park lets you into the mind of a teenager quietly suffering with nobody to turn to for help. This understated style is the main reason I watched the movie through to the end. I wasn't completely engaged in the story, namely because it moved at an incredibly slow pace (which I can generally handle) and the lead actor is unconvincing at times. Most of the actors are believable enough to hold their own and deliver their lines without a problem. The one major exception to this is Gabe Nevins, who plays Alex and gives an uneven performance. He almost always sounds like he's reading from a script, which can get very distracting at times and made his character hard to identify with. I just wasn't interested in most of Paranoid Park, which is unfortunate because I really like Gus Van Sant and I liked certain aspects of this movie a lot as well. Paranoid Park has gorgeous cinematography, a story ripe with emotion and potential, and themes of teenage angst that run deep, yet somehow it doesn't end up coming together to form an engaging or memorable movie.
Steve Z (mx) wrote: Just plain old bad. British actors you can't understand if you're from the US, and a weak story like the also-bad 28 Days/Weeks Later. The characters are dumb, and the situation is really stupid, right up until the frustrating ending and lame-ass climax. Quite painful to sit through.
Wirkola F (gb) wrote: Explosiva, entretenida, feral y divertida maratn de dos pelculas (aunque no debera de criticarles mucho) y un chorro de "fake trailers" para asegurar un buen rato.
WS W (es) wrote: Just before Ryan Reynolds got really famous.
Deana P (ru) wrote: must see for all you warmongers!
Kevin M W (mx) wrote: Standard police vs. the bad guys shoot-em-up with the hook being that there's a hella lot of skydiving driving the piece. That's pretty cool, too, lots of action off the ground, and way off the ground. Still I wished for more time for the characters to develop relationships between each other so you could give a damn one way or the other who was dropping out of the sky. If straight action is for you, then you could do worst than this.
Matt M (gb) wrote: Personal, funny and charming. The thing that stands out the most is that filmmakers sometimes have subjects for their next picture at home and don't even know it.
Yash B (nl) wrote: It's fun but not as good as other superhero flicks. I certainly appreciate it much more after seeing the 2015 version. It's pretty silly but it's a fast paced and good for the time superhero adventure.