The concert setting of the Temple of Zeus in Athens could not be more atmospheric if it tried and those cosmic and Hellenic artefact images projected onto the backdrop are superbly integrated with the music.Whoever edited the footage deserves an oscar,because every fade,cut-away and image-meld is executed with a supremely expert eye and ear,and more than one image will stun you with it's breathtaking beauty.Very well done to all concerned! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vangelis: Mythodea - Music for the NASA Mission, 2001 Mars Odyssey
Mythodea - Music for the NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey is a choral symphony by Greek electronic composer and artist Vangelis. Originally premiered in concert in 1993, it was published in ...
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Nicki M (es) wrote: Quite interesting, although I really expected a different twist at the end. .....mild spoiler..........quite honestly, I really though Kat killed her mother due to all the weird dreams. I think that ending would have worked, though I really didn't see the actual one coming either. Gregg Araki is an interesting director. His work can be hit or miss. This one wasn't great, but it was well done and I think I wouldn't mind watching it again some time. I may have liked it more if Shailenne was not the main actress. I am not saying she is bad as an actress, she's really not, and she does a good job here, but she doesn't have a compelling screen presence, and honestly she seems a little old for the part in appearance which is distracting. Eva Green, wow, she's really good as the unhinged mother who disappears. Glad I saw this. Stumbled on it on Netflix before having heard about it. Worth a look.
Eric H (it) wrote: Surprisingly beautiful, funny, charming, and heart-warming, with totally unexpected plot twists. Highly recommended
Lisa R (es) wrote: Solid first half that is let down by a very poorly conceived and melodramatic climax. It also would have been better to have a lengthier set up and introduction to the characters prior to the accusation as well, but it is certainly watchable even though it has a 'telemovie' vibe.
Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: Great film, but spooky in a way. The music really brings a feel to it
Luke C (it) wrote: Writer-director James L. Brooks' "How Do You Know" is a charming, romantic and a genuine film. Reese Witherspoon plays Lisa a passionate athlete who just got cut from the softball team. She dates Matty (Owen Wilson) a womanizing professional baseball player. Paul Rudd plays George a business man who just got indicted from his father's (Jack Nicholson) company also his girlfriend broke up with him. So George and Lisa become friends and maybe something more. I liked this film I love this message and the three leads. 4/5 stars
Mr Movie R (ru) wrote: So creative yet cliched yet so weird but in a good way.
Shona A (mx) wrote: really like this movie..got gr8 songs n kareena acted in her role superbly...
David C (ca) wrote: 80/100, or a B+ Consistently fascinating and entertaining, which is a coup for a plotless film in which the primary characters change every scene. The nadir of this gimmick is early in the film, when one of the vignettes relies too much on perturbing incident rather than the meandering pseudo-philosophy conversations that make up the rest of the film. Not to worry, as the film makes up for it with hilarious moments like a woman selling Madonna's Pap smear, a guy living in a room full of televisions, and an old man teaching a burglar about the merits of anarchism. And there's a kind of understated sadness to these aimless people, like the kids that steal Pepsis to sell to people, or the Kennedy-assassination theorist who immediately starts talking about Jack Ruby's dog when someone asks how he is. By the end, Slacker has turned into a sort of "portrait of a city film", in this case Dallas, Texas; one feels like they have the complete feel of the weirdest corners of a city they've been to not once.
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Allen I (us) wrote: This is just about the lowest level of filmmaking imaginable, I loved it.
Sean D (br) wrote: This movie was stupid and boring, I guess it tried too much to top the original that it ended up just being mediocre and subpar.
Eric R (us) wrote: A small town in Texas is being terrorized by a greedy oil-man, Ed McNeil, who is attempting to force everyone off their land which happens to have tons of oil beneath it. One day a young Swedish man, George Hansen, shows up in town to find his father, but discovers he has been killed. Ted just left his life as a whaler to finally settle down and after learning about his father's death, he refuses to leave his land and will not rest until he finds out who is responsible for his father's death. This is just an insanely unique, beautifully shot and directed western that has so much to offer. The character of George Hansen is such a great protagonist. Being a Swedish immigrant, his English is very basic to the point that he comes off slow, while still being very intelligent. His character is driven and consumed that he doesn't back down, never fearing death, even though Ed McNeil's goons are plentiful. He isn't the only great character as Johnny Crale, Ed McNeil's right hand man, is also well developed, as our main villain, in terms of immediate danger. The actor who plays him (Nedrick Young) seemed to be channeling his inner Humphrey Bogart, as he's a cool, slick, scary individual. The film doesn't shy away from any taboo about immigrants treatment, instead it presents a much more realistic portrayal of how it probably was. Aesthetically the film has some great compositions showcasing some wild depth of frame and nice shadows. As far as the pacing goes, it flies by with lots of great tension throughout to really set-up the ending. In one word, BADASS.