Wallace & Gromit's Cracking Contraptions
Wallace and Gromit try out a number of their latest inventions which rarely work as planned.
- Stars:Peter Sallis,
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Mohammed A (fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Emily L (es) wrote: I've always loved this movie!!!!!!
James H (kr) wrote: There is not one character in this film that sparks any interest from the viewer. The low budget is too evident, poorly produced and with a plot that is boring. It does have some good actors in the cast, but with crappy material, it doesn't matter. Sarah Thompson really stinks.
Andrew L (gb) wrote: A good story from Tsui with Seven skilled swordsmen to battle and defend. Great stunts and martial arts with some great designs, cinematography and film editing. The story is interesting to watch and to know about, but the film is a drag with some scenes just go too long and slow at some points.
Eric H (us) wrote: "Sure to please fans of the video game" LMAO okay, RT. Whatever you say.
Margarita S (jp) wrote: For many years, I avoided watching this movie because of Julia Roberts. It turns out that the role suits her well and she delivers one of her best performances. She nicely keeps pace with Finney and their rapport helps carry the story.
kivernitis I (es) wrote: The movie opens with decadent pictures of masturbation and bestiality, but the film itself isn't that offensive. It's often very funny, and some of the things we see are just wrong, so how could it possibly be offensive? It'd have to be bad to be offensive, and this is spectacular. The story itself concerns a handful of people who have a connection in one way or another -- a fat woman, who lives next door to a bearded man, who buys porn from a beady-eyed man; the mailwoman who delivers to the bearded man, and the mustached man seen by the bearded man in an antique shop. The movie is filled with deliciously gooey sexual symbolism and would make an interesting double bill with "Crash." (Though unfortunately for a film so concerned with the odd things that we see, the film itself has got that dull, brown look to it that seems common with European productions.)The film is dialogue free, and there's an especially good use of music and sound effects to more than make up for it (we can almost experience tactilely their sense of pleasure, the ecstasy of the mustached man who massages and prickles his wet, hairy skin with various types of bristled brushes); it's better that it's silent, because it gives a fuller feeling of the audience as voyeurs peeping in on these individuals' various sexual exploits, who create objects that satisfy their needs. There are some scenes that are just...the weirdest things I think I've ever seen, or at least certainly up there: a woman rolling up pieces of bread between her fingers and then snorting them up her nose later on in the picture. Or my favorite, the climactic scene with the bearded man dressed as a rooster, with umbrellas for wings, attacking a dummy made to look like that female neighbor. (She herself has her own dummy made in his image that she uses for S&M enactments.) But more than just surrealism -- and this is pretty surreal (meaning that it's real but bent) -- it makes a pretty powerful statement on the dullness of home life, whether you're single or paired off
Dwayne H (mx) wrote: The greatest film in the world. Gratuitous nudity, over the top blood and gore, terrible acting, grainy film stock, awful script.....Wheres the Oscars?!???!
Eric S (nl) wrote: A supremely yet subtly powerful film, without recourse to 'brute force' descriptions; beautifully sentimental yet not depressing in a self-pitying way
Luc L (ag) wrote: An uncredible and exaggerated story.
Matt G (gb) wrote: one of the best movies about one of are best general's.
Anita L (gb) wrote: The story of these two characters have alot of potential, and it is not brought forward in this movie. It's slow, boring and the ending is very predictable. Could have been much much better
Michael W (ag) wrote: Travolta exposes health clubs as the 'singles bars of the 80's'. Dynamic aerobics sequences, Jamie Lee never looked better.