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Watching Movies


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:60 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:film fan,   cinema,  

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horse c (ca) wrote: Over & Over About the Same Issues....

Blae T (us) wrote: I love everything about this move!

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Yes, The Devil Made Me Watch This--A silly movie CAN be eerily prescient!!

James S (gb) wrote: Lame one-liners, cheesy voice acting, and what really pisses me off about this movie is that there is a scene that blatantly rips-off The Aristocats. Rover is thrown off the Hoover Dam because Rocky wants revenge on him. It's ripping off the scene where Edgar from The Aristocats throws the cats in the countryside.

JD C (ag) wrote: Great film, brings back many childhood memories. It's cheesy in parts of course (teen 80's) but that's only part of it's charm. I'll never get tired of this film. It's a fun and entertaining viewing experience. Great soundtrack as well.

Walter M (br) wrote: Robert(Hanno Poschl) receives a foreboding premonition from Lysiane(Jeanne Moreau) about his brother Querelle(Brad Davis). That proves eerily true when arriving in town, he makes a drug deal with Mario(Burkhard Driest), a crooked cop, that is brokered by Nono(Gunther Kaufmann), before killing a fellow sailor in a fight. Feeling lucky, Querelle makes a wager with Nono... With his last film, "Querelle," Rainer Werner Fassbinder goes out on a very, very odd note with a movie that even with its languorous pacing cannot maintain its focus for very long. I know that he was no stranger to homoeroticism in his films but here it is not that the characters are in denial about their sexuality but that they need to get in touch with their feelings. So, if things seem a little dreamlike, it is not your imagination with the deliberate artificiality of the sets, dueling narration, occasional title cards and anachronistic items like a video game and the tape recorder that Lieutenant Seblon(Franco Nero) uses to dictate his feelings about Querelle into. All of which might be explained by this being based on a novel by Jean Genet.