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Lee M (jp) wrote: Harmless but predictable and forgettable family fare.
Joanna B (fr) wrote: Fast-talking salesman Ronny (Vince Vaughn) and his business partner, tech-head designer Nick (Kevin James), are independent motor engine developers determined to find the secret formula to placing the modern ingenuity of electric cars into the sexiness of a traditional American muscle car. Stuck on the finer details of just how to accomplish this, the opportunistic Ronny swindles a meeting with mogul car corporation General Motors to pitch their halfcocked product and hopefully secure a multimillion dollar development contract that will skyrocket their modest enterprise.This professional hurdle pails in comparison however to Ronny's personal issues. Having survived a particularly tough gambling-addiction period with long-term partner Beth (Jennifer Connelly), Ronny must come to grips with his fears of commitment and contemplates the perfection of his idols, Nick and wife Geneva's (Winona Ryder) content and solid marriage. Accepting the natural progression to the next level, Ronny sets out to deliver the perfect proposal to Beth. Ronny's plans and illusions are poisoned however when is perfect atrium setting is tainted by the infidelities of Geneva's indiscretions. Ronny's inability to comprehend and adequately process that no-body and no-marriage is perfect sees him promptly veer of the rails and careen into a series of unfortunate events. Balancing the pressure of being back in the accusatory gambling spotlight, his relationship with Beth on hiatus, the once in a lifetime contract unable to get over the line and the weight of holding Geneva's flaws from Nick, Ronny's life crumbles uncontrollably around him. Who or what will give?In his first comedic direction since 2000's The Grinch, Ron Howard takes to the helm in this well written, skillfully acted and nicely shot genre straddling half bro-mance/half romance dramady. Keeping the little spark of marketing controversy in tack, the "electric cars are gay" quote instantly sets the tone for this unconventional and dysfunctional but intelligently insightful exploration into human fallibility. Vince Vaughn's flustering gibe-talking comedic timing and physical humor marries well with Jenifer Connelly's trustworthy ability to deliver layers of emotional colours, giving this production a wonderfully genuine and equal appeal to both sexes. Kevin James arouses actual sympathy for stressed men prone to panic attacks and stomach ulcers, whilst Winona Ryder naturally delivers the character you love-to-hate as the manipulative lying cheating wife. Queen Latifia also chimes in a noteably excellent supporting role of a sexed up executive as well as Channing Tatem as a less than stable 20-something toy boy named Zip.The Verdict: The more serious Vaughn gets; the funnier the movie gets and as his cackhandedly untactful character so eloquently puts "who gave you a talking part". This movie; like its primary characters, is emotionally damaged and cunningly funny.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 21/01/2011
Mark A (kr) wrote: A quiet character study regarding a man dealing with the accidental death of his wife, leaving him to care for their ten year old daughter. Facing uncertainties at work and seemingly unable to process his loss, Pietro (Nanni Moretti) daily waits for his daughter in the park across from her school. He attracts the notice of several other people who frequent the park and receives visits from colleagues, friends, and relatives. His brother, Carlo (Alessandro Gassman), and crazy sister-in-law, Marta (Valeria Golino), check in with him from time to time to express their concerns and to try to induce him into a more normal routine, to no avail. The interaction between the father and daughter feels quite natural and provides a handle with which to understand their grief process. There are lighter moments to relieve the gloom, and the bright daily scenes also help to mask what otherwise could have been maudlin. One sex scene toward the end detracted from the overall tone of the film. It seemed out of place and completely unnecessary. This viewer has no problem with scenes of this nature as long as they flow naturally from the story. This one was too jarring and gratuitous.
Monica L (ru) wrote: esperaba otra cosa de la pelcula, pero aun as me gust.
Paul J (ca) wrote: An experiment that tries to deconstruct the horror film. I hated it. It barely has anything worth raving about. I can't stand this self-conscious horror movie that tries so hard to be clever or funny. It's NEVER scary and has hardly any gore. I admire that it tried to think outside of the box but sadly it's all very tedious and dull.
Sophie S (de) wrote: elements of sadness, but fun...and emily lloyd is classic. up yer bum!
Shaun P (br) wrote: Story of two childhood friends trying to live the American dream. Lots of action.
Rosa B (au) wrote: Saw for approx. 3rd time last night,and it interested me enough to check out whether this,as was MIDNIGHT EXPRESS,based on a true story.
William M (ca) wrote: story holds up well over the years, and a good performance by Stewart
David F (au) wrote: Dutch Reagan's finest moment on film? Or a tragic waste of the human spirit? Harmless fun finds the Gipper playing 'Daddy' to said Bonzo, a very naughty monkey indeed. Bland as soggy Wonder Bread, with as just as many laughs. Makes some episodes of 'Leave It To Beaver' look like 'King Lear'. Something about heredity versus environment, a professor mit an Austrian accent und mustache, wacky hi-jinx involving climbing trees - ahhh...you get the idea. Bonzo is cute though. Interesting little known fact: Reagan would become President of the United States!
Ben D (gb) wrote: Boring love triangle blah, blah, blah, annoying characters blah, blah, blah, horribly predictable script and plot, blah, blah, blah I don't care anymore. Terrible movie. Stay far away.
Nitai A (fr) wrote: While the acting is extremely good by everyone, the father figure is not something one can grasp. Somehow, the watcher just stays the watcher and isn't pulled in deep.
Ennis Brokeback L (br) wrote: I feel like I just watched 3DO the movie.
Joe W (gb) wrote: War of the worlds, directer genius Steven Spielberg who directed ET, Close encounters of the third kind, The Indiana Jones franchise, Lincoln, bridge of spies, jaws, catch me if you can, Minority report, and much more. Sadly this is not one of my favorite Steven Spielberg films. Coming from a classic radio play written by the late and great Orson Welles. Coming from a play like that gift wrapped into an incredible movie, and Steven Spielberg did not have the right touch to this story. Coming from Tom Cruise the king of stunt acting, and with two nonsense actors I can't even act. Yes I am talking about the kids in the film, they are just simply bland. As it was so good moments in the film, and yet a lot of irritating scenes in film. I would love to see a perfect war the worlds film that's Steven Spielberg would've attended in the first place. This film was just bland and lazy, hurts coming from one of my favorite directors of all time doing that for his franchise of his films. It's just feels like that he was not behind the camera 24 seven. Sadly it hurts me. But the effects are very good, but the writing and the story of the whole movie is just bland. Grade 6/10
James M (fr) wrote: A science-fiction/cop buddy movie crossover which also serves as a metaphor for prejudice and racism. I thought it was okay at the time it came out, but now it looks very cheap.