West of Pluto
A mosaic look at a day in the lives of twelve Quebec high schoolers strikingly captures the unique nature of the teenage years.
- Stars:Daniel Eric Gold, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Hubbel Palmer, Richard Short, Marie Frédérique Auger, Caroline Beauséjour, Yann Bernard, Frédérique Boivin-Lafrance, David Bouchard, Lina Bouchard, Sylvain Brosseau, Lise Castonguay, Alexis Drolet, Mario Gagnon, Thomas Gionet-Lavigne, Sandra Jacques, Odette Lampron, Virginie Leblanc, Yoann Linteau,
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Kathleen W (ag) wrote: I guess the film was made for Miyazaki fans who already have an investment in, and knowledge of, his life and works. The film doesn't catch us up on many of the basics, but instead takes a really personal view. Great for the hard core fan, but some portions of the film felt like we were listening to the half-baked mutterings of an old man and taking them very seriously because that old man is Miyazaki. Is he interesting enough to warrant this much close up screen time? His films may be a little more impressive than the man himself.
Nora S (es) wrote: Meester's acting was great....but the story didn't really convince me...I have some notes...but again...the acting was perfect...the story was so so..
Susy F (ag) wrote: It was very impressive, the special effects were off the chain. I like the story that went with it!
Jonathan S (es) wrote: made me want to take pictures with a film camera again.
Denise P (mx) wrote: Boasting knockout performances from Russell Crowe, Paul Giamatti and especially Renee Zellweger, Cinderella Man is an uncommonly engaging boxing drama for both boxing fans and novices alike, featuring an emotionally resonant depiction of the Great Depression and the uplift brought on by the titular hero to create a comprehensible epic filled with sentimental heartwarmth and gritty energy.
peter h (jp) wrote: BLOOD DOLLS : A cheesy late 1990's horror flick which has demonic toys as its source of horror is one mindless mess which just satisfies any trash fan of corny horror films and cult movie hounds. My rating is a simple 50% for one or two faults with this mildly amusing film.
Mike C (ru) wrote: Movies about the late superstar runner Steve Prefontaine are good because Prefontaine was a hell of a character. Not much to say about this but to compare it to Prefontaine, which was released at about the same time as this in the late 90s. I think this had the higher budget, and maybe has a better storytelling format, but Jared Leto kills as Pre in Prefontaine. Crudup is not bad in this but I thought he was pretty flat. And R. Lee Ermey is a much better character as Coach Bowerman in Pre than Sutherland was in Without Limits. All in all, a lot of the stuff crosses with seems to verify factual accuracy. Without Limits is maybe a better format without the silly interviews. But in the end, it comes down to the portrayal of Prefontaine himself. The critics like Without Limits better, but Leto singlehandedly makes Prefontaine the better of the two in my opinion.
Daniel S (gb) wrote: Definitely a tough watch, showing kids (and actual kid actors not 20 somethings) doing some pretty awful things during the course of a day, they steal, they beat people up, and the boys treat girl like shit, with the main one sadly obtaining HIV from a boy, Chloe Sevigny is really good as that girl, also her first starring role, Dawson is good too also in her film debut, tho maybe not as deep of a role, what makes it ultimately depressing is the lack of hope, nothing ever is gonna change and things are always gonna be this pathetic and hopeless and there's no point in trying
james m (kr) wrote: total guilty pleasure here, but seeing Peter Gallagher naked is almost as good as the Greek scenery.
Robbie H (de) wrote: just one of the all time great classic noirs
Danny R (gb) wrote: Walt Disney's groundbreaking eight-part innovative classic animation masterpiece, which took three years and $2,280,000 to make. It was originally planned as a short subject film, but Walt Disney and conductor Leopold Stokowski decide to make a full-length concert feature instead. The result is a vivid imaginative work of stunning genius, with a broad range of incredble animation from the abstract shapes, colours and ideas that open the film, through to the fun and engaging The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Nutcracker Suite. The science lesson in The Rite of Spring and the 'introduction-to-ballet' we have with the Dance of the Hours and to finish with the incredibly scary and unforgettably sinister devil in the Night on Bald Mountain and Ave Maria. An amazing marriage of music and animation that remains a magnificent artistic and technical achievement. One of the all-time great animation films. Highly Recommended.