You Belong to Me
Jeffrey has met the man of this dreams, hunky Frenchman René, he impulsively moves into the same building. The move backfires as Remé becomes cold and distant. Landlady Gladys lavishes attention on her new tenant.
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Robert B (ag) wrote: Zombie Hunter (K. King, 2013)It is an extremely rare thing indeed for me to abandon a movie. I have watched somewhere north of four thousand films according to my spreadsheet, which is only 100% accurate past 2007, maybe 90% past 1999, and spotty before that, so the number is probably close to, if not over, five thousand (this is distinct titles, it doesn't count, say, the over one hundred times I have seen Before Night Falls, Begotten, or Scanners, for example). In all my movie-watching career, I have abandoned, with the definition of "abandoned" here being "turned off before it was over with no intention of ever going back and watching the rest of it", less than two dozen. As far as I can remember, the most recent file to receive that treatment was Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter, which I watched (forty-five minutes of, anyway) in 2003. Ten and a half years later, the execrable Zombie Hunter has been added to the list. It took me about thirty seconds to know this movie was going to get on my nerves. Martin Copping's horrible, overblown, faux-tough-guy narration style is impossible to listen to. Maybe there's less voiceover action past the thirty-four minute mark, but I will never find out. Perhaps this is the rare horror movie these days where Danny Trejo gets more than five minutes of screen time. Will never find that out either. Even the romance subplot was painfully ridiculous, setting up the nice girl against the slut, and I surely don't need to watch the rest of the movie to know how that one's going to turn out. The rest of the characters are about as shallow as those. That Zombie Hunter appeared on the worst of 2013 list of one Dread Central staffer is far less surprising than the fact that Zombie Hunter did not appear on the worst of 2013 lists of every Dread Central staffer; I can only assume the rest of them didn't see it. Compared to this, their consensus worst movie of the year, Texas Chainsaw, is Oscar material. (zero)
Joseph S (us) wrote: Steve Buscemi is amazing.
Steven C (de) wrote: Here is a movie I changed my mind on. I originally thought it was amazing. Now, I think it sucks.
Jesse F (jp) wrote: Ceci est un projet. A cantata, a forest, an imagined community of French voices [those "Americans" are a darkened mirror], battling for un quelque chose, de l'amour, a memory, a thought, a history, un histoire. It's a rambling cartoon, whimsical and self-absorbed as the very aged can sometimes be. Vieillesse. And so French: it makes Charlie Kaufman look linear. It makes Wes Anderson look uncontrolled. It makes Tony Kushner look conservative. It makes Jia Zhangke look like a newcomer to camerawork. It irritates my boyfriend.
Graham B (jp) wrote: A New York columnist reiterates a story he is told in a bar about a woman who habitually dumps her husbands-to-be at the altar. When the woman writes a letter of complaint to the paper's editor, the writer is fired. He relocates to her hometown to write an on spec feature about her and her upcoming 4th wedding and consequently falls for his subject.Garry Marshall reunites Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, but all that chemistry they had in Pretty Woman has fizzled away in this cliche ridden, poorly written comedy.It's not all bad. Roberts still has a comic sparkle and it has moments of fun. Sadly they are few and far between, there is a distinct lack of an antagonist and the script is poorly paced. Feels like a rush job vehicle to reunite the two leads.
Sam K (gb) wrote: You really don't want to watch heavy shit like this at 3 A.M. I need to get something that isn't a fucked up [i]international[/i] movie.
Emelia W (jp) wrote: a good movie but damn weird
Stormy D (nl) wrote: Sinatra's 2nd outing as private eye Tony ROme. This is a great and fun film to watch, and easy on the eyes with the flawless Raquel Welch as the starlette. Sinatra is believable and natural in the role.
Richard S (fr) wrote: Maybe it's simply the presence of Lucia Bos, but this recalls early Antonioni. This is a significant discovery for me-- maybe best surprise of the year thus far from Criterion. Despite (and potential because of) a restricted production, his sympathies are clear. There's a biting cynicism here and you can picture his glee as things unravel for the lead characters. It's also worth noting that the transitions between scenes are fantastic. Bardem really knew how keep the audience as unsettled as the characters- without ever making things too confusing. There were a couple of great moments where he forced me to rethink my gut reaction to the new scenes. I can't say more without spoiling it, so you'll just have to rent it for yourself.
James H (mx) wrote: CUTE MUSICAL/COMEDY/ROMANCE, SET AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, WHICH FOR WHATEVER REASON WAS POPULAR AROUND 1950. DEBBIE REYNOLDS IS FULL OF ENERGY. A FUN FILM, BUT NOTHING ORIGINAL OR SPECTACULAR
Fernando H (fr) wrote: Michelle Williams ?? <3
Aaron S (gb) wrote: I'm just crazy about Sci-fi and Vin D. is great.
Albertus A (br) wrote: This film is like The Notebook with great visuals, a better cast, and a better story. But, I honestly really enjoyed it. It's no best film of the year or anything, but I loved James Cameron's vision and direction. Wished it was shorter because this film is excruciatingly long.