Waiting for Forever
A Hollywood-set romantic tale of a guy who is content to live his life without a job yet with the love of his life, a young actress.
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Javier A (ca) wrote: Took way to long to get started but good times watching Hart deliver "fire" to a sold out Garden. He starts a little slow but when he gets into his friends and marriage about 2/3 of the way through I spit me drink through my nose laughing. "Dang I'm hungry!" Lol
Kyle D (ca) wrote: This film wasn't difficult to predict, but that's not to say it was obvious. Regardless, the story was compelling and so very sad.
Jerry C (au) wrote: It's Candyman meets Evil Dead with Dominique 'Lolita' Swain. Nice little horror flick with a few really good scares.
Jesse B (de) wrote: This could've been really awesome and there were times when it was. I didn't care about the poor audio or the wrong formatting for my screen, it was a pretty good low budget film. The gore was the best part, very practical and no CGI. There were some really original and gruesome kills that would give "Hatchet" a run for its money. The thing is, is that it already has a short run time and when it hits the 50 min mark, you're kind of tired of everything. The ending was just silly too but worth looking into if you have 75 mins to kill. Or just watch "28 Days Later."
Chris G (ru) wrote: A masterful piece of muck-raking agit-prop which made some major revelations...American investigative journalist Greg Palast (??Orwell Rolls in His Grave?? & ??Unprecedented??) reteams with co-director Steven Grandison for this Disinformation Company released post Iraq invasion re-edit of their BBC muck-racking report of the same name, which inspired ??Farenheit 9/11?? by Michael Moore.Presenter Greg Palast hounds George W. Bush and his dynasty, uncovering his military service controversy as well as examining the 2000 US Presidential Election Florida recount, the Enron deregulation and business connections to the Bin Laden family, which resulted in him blocking FBI investigations that could of prevented the September 11th attacks.Greg Palast makes a wry and cynical narrator who draws some insightful interviews from headliners Jim Hightower, Bill White and Bill Burkett, as well as some entertainment from the loathsome Andrea & Dean McWilliams, the larger-than-life Nick Kralj and the deranged Wayne Madsen, not to forget brief appearances from Ron Motley and General Jay Garner.The journalist turned debut filmmakers put forward his ??Bush-cycle?? hypothesis in an entertaining little film which only occasionally loses its way in flashy graphics and Moby music, thankfully absent in the BBC original, and despite some over editorialising from its fedora and raincoat clad host has some genuine revelations since overexposed by Michael Moore.??Oil is thicker than blood.??
Mustafa C (nl) wrote: a very good one, the scene in which she reads the letter is sooo touching and deep. a lovely movie.
Andrew B (kr) wrote: Okay, this was pretty amusing. Ironic that it seems to turn into the very thing it satirizes.3/5 stars
David F (fr) wrote: Not as good as the book. This movie has been described as a masterpiece, but it's long run time and far too many long silences make it dated nowadays. There are, of course, two great messages in the movie, both of which remain relevant today.The most annoying thing about this movie is the children; their voices are just too shrill, and John Megna, who plays the occasional visiting neighbour, has to be the ugliest child ever to make it to the big screen.Mary Badham, who plays Scout, puts in some great performances (credit to good direction) but the stand out performance is Brock Peters as the accused Tom Peters toward the end of of the courthouse scene.
Robyn M (de) wrote: Understated.The teaming of James Cagney and George Raft proved to be an added attraction. James Cagney, who had been seen as a bad guy in most of his gangster oriented movies, plays a good guy here who ends up in jail for a crime he didn't commit. Similar to "Fugitive from a Chain Gang", this is a 1930's Warner Brothers film with a conscience, taking aim at corrupt politicians and brutal prisons. The flaws in the film are not due to lack of effort or creativity, but simply because this is the way they used to make those types of films. James Cagney and George Raft use their talent and star appeal to draw you in and keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire movie. It isn't necessarily a film you'd go out of your way to see, but it's definitely worth watching if you get the opportunity.
Sidney S (us) wrote: James Cagney lights up the screen in G-Men! Cagney once again portraying a tough guy, this time on the right side of the law. A lawyer turned FBI agent who begins cracking down on the gangsters (roles which he is known for). Cagney as always is excellent, very inspired by J. Edgar Hoover. G Men features some good performances from the cast as well as some great gangster vs G Men shootouts. I particularly like the scenes when Cagney arrests them, it shows his determination. I also enjoyed the ending.
SecAp S (gb) wrote: CRIP ALL DAI EVEY DAI....
ray r (kr) wrote: I waited for years to watch this. I always put it off as I just thought I wasnt gonna like it for some reason. Anyway I watched it tonight and I was right. It was shit. Its like a long music video. Song after song. Theres not real plot. It just fucking meanders along to a pointless ending. Fucking drama. Nothing mean about it. I dont know how this gets such high marks off people. Yeah it looks good etc but doesnt a lack of a storyline matter? or a weak storyline?