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Matt B (us) wrote: David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis is a unique sci-fi tale set in the near future about a rich man who must come to terms with the fact that he's losing money. It's nicely filmed, sexy, and certainly one to talk about. Unfortunately, it's also boring. The entire film consists of long, incomprehensible, theoretical conversations between characters. At first it's cool, then it just gets tedious.
Donovan S (us) wrote: A fresh story told magnificently
Rakesh N (gb) wrote: Movie talks about the history and politics of Taiwan mainly in the 80's during the martial law.....gives a good insight through the eyes of the FBI agent.... based on true incidents...keeps you engaged throughout....
Melvin W (ag) wrote: "Music. Arson. Murder. Art. Black Metal."If you think metal bands in America are extreme wait until you see and listen to the people behind the Black Metal scene in Norway. In America we have Slayer, a band who sings lyrics like, "God Hates Us All." In Norway they have Banda like Mayhem, who take a picture of their bandmates dead body after suicide and put it on an album cover.This documentary is really about a few members of the Black Metal scene and how they took their extreme views to new heights with the burning of churches. Now if your a fan of metal, like myself, you've already heard of these church burning and the bands involved. Like their music, these bands go way to far just to be extreme. I think I can speak for most in saying that the Black Metal music is pretty horrible. But that's not what this documentary is about. All in all it's about the extremes some of these musicians went to.For such a fascinating subject as this is, you would expect a entertaining and equally fascinating documentary. Until The Light Takes Us is anything but fascinating and entertaining. It's actually the complete opposite; it's boring. These filmmakers took a subject that you couldn't possibly believe could be boring and they did it. They didn't dive in deep enough. It didn't seem like they wanted to question these people for what they are, complete freaks. It's almost like the filmmakers are afraid of them. They could have taken a chance and really tried to get into the minds and psyche of these musicians, but they didn't. This documentary is really just a blown opportunity. Not worth the watch at all. Other documentaries have talked about it in less detail and with less time and got more out of it then this. Look at Sam Dunn's metal documentary for a better look at the Black Metal scene then this.
HungYa L (ru) wrote: If you appreciate Amores Perros, you would be interested in Babel, too, as this is one of the typical Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu works though I find Amores Perros is slightly better and darker.
Kat w (es) wrote: great inspirational movie, zac efron is soooo adorable in this and really good too:D
Esteban G (nl) wrote: Really silly to link the great film The Graduate with a bunch of bad ideas. Quite disappointed by Reiners film.
Nathan Z (kr) wrote: It was amazing. I couldn't say a word.
Gavin W (de) wrote: One of those gentle antipodean comedies that's so little known here (UK) it's criminal. It took me and an internet supplier the best part of a year to track this down on VHS. Some years later the 20th anniversary DVD was released. Thank you Nadia!
Bill B (it) wrote: The fourth film in the series really cements my interest in them and the overall charm, as they seem very interconnected and are building an interesting backstory for our lead. Here we meet an old lost love of our hero and find him in the middle of yet another conflict between outside forces.What can I say? These are formulaic but very fun, give it a rental!