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Ayrton Anthony C (mx) wrote: Puntaje Original: 5.0No discrimino ideas...pero si tienes una buena premisa, por respeto al pblico haz un buen guin.
Ricardo C (au) wrote: At last, a film surpassing its trailer promises. Depending on how you see it, though, because the public disliked it even though there's a sharp caliber of attention to detail in literally every shot. Moody, hypnotic, incrementally adult and nonverbal for the most part, it makes up for all of those badly acted, photographed, edited, directed, etc. giallos that are so commonly accepted as cinema. Which is kind of ironic seeing as how those are praised and this isn't, simply due to a matter of time placement and cultural acceptance of the genre. I guarantee if Amer were released say thirty years prior, and had its 21st century technology adjusted, it would be the magnum-opus standard by which all giallos are to be judged as opposed to something stupid like ______ by Dario Argento. The minimal plot, mostly auditory, communicates with its actions, takes its time, and presents a side of giallos most people would've probably preferred. Basically muted characters, so as to not rely on idiotic self-voice overs as was the norm back in the day, and the main character going about her excursion and exploring, which gives the viewer a slight feeling of continual suspense. The three main sections it's divided into could pass as three short films, which was more or less the goal, and it could also be seen in several other perspectives, which creates a minor skeptical sense of "Is it all connected?" as the parameters are erased. In effect it might bother some people that prefer the traditional presenting fashion, making them feel they needed a consolidated story for an actual film, but I don't think it takes away from the other genius traits that are offered. It's atmospheric, absorbing, erotic, and artistic and that's giallo done right.
Andrew W (it) wrote: Nice doc of the charming Eric Bana, and his passion & commitment to a particular car
Jeff T (it) wrote: Flawless... absolutely flawless. Julie Walters at her absolute best.
Kyle H (ag) wrote: Even as an admirable fan of gritty, adult-oriented, racially charged, sexist cartoons I didn't fall to the ground and praise Bakshi for this one. However, the parts that are spot-on are that and more so while the rest trails at places but still packs an occasional punch. Also, this is obviously part of the inspiration for the live-action comedy film-noir that was "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"
joe c (de) wrote: Can't Go wrong with Giancarlo giannini
Nathaniel J (au) wrote: though the film drags (like many colbert dramas) this film is up there in the top echelon of truly sad pictures...the closing shot is especially tissue worthy.
Brian C (de) wrote: an intriguing look at winston churchill's war years, even if this movie is covering so much ground that it really feels like it's just scratching the surface of most of the events depicted here.
Terri G (ca) wrote: I had low expectations but was very pleasantly surprised about this movie; it was VERY entertaining. I'm glad I didn't read the reviews before watching it. The banter between the characters is very funny and I don't understand the critics who said there was no chemistry between the two leads. The Aubrey Plaza and Topher Grace characters are a great bonus and I thought the fantasy sequences did a great job of making it more interesting when the plot started to look predictable.
Nikki B (au) wrote: Reminiscent of Suicide Kings, this movie looks like it should be lame, but is actually quite suspenseful. And Taylor Dayne plays a stripper.