what about the sheep slaughtering?!?
100 percent of his mind available and such narrow-minded goals: sex, money, power.. business as usual
Even a b-grade sci-fi movie can bring a good message
Dumont demons in action in the Mojave Desert
An amazing setting with excellent animation. Good story supported by great music. Everything would be 4 stars. Then comes that unlikely finale and loses one star.
Un totale spreco produttivo tra costumi e scenografie, comunque più da fiction televisiva che cinematografici ma che ovviamente non bastano per sostenere sceneggiatura, regia e quindi recitazione a dir poco zoppicanti. Quasi completamenfe persi nel nulla gli interessanti spunti narrativi del romanzo.
Really harsh to be seen - even though i knew almost everything. Cruel Truth.
Indie money-making. Depression included.
The fireworks which scare the child Oedipus at the window have been performed by my father (1967 Sant'angelo Lodigiano, Italy)
a sad, good ride
A good debut film deserves at least 4 stars
Pop Stylish Ironic Iconic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LgrGHWSy6k MASSIVE ATTACK - LIVE WITH ME (songs: Terry Callier - music: Neil Davidge and Robert Del Naja) Director: Jonathan Glazer Producer: Nick Morris Cinematographer: Marcel Zyskind Editor: Paul Watts
Crude and naive mixture of drama and violence. Revenge, almost abusing a long-lasting genre rooted in the Eastern cinema. The background, on which rests the plot and depicts the less glamorous downside of the asian economic boom, with its trail of mafia exploitation and usury. A dark despaired world that is told throughout the whole film, unstoppable in the finale
Helping people develop their course of intellectual self-defense
The two hanging dogs shaking their legs.. I needed to scroll through the credits looking for the inevitable formula "no animals were harmed as a result of their participation in this production". Reassuring though..
The fear of being invaded justifies more militarization. A powerful cinematic apparatus for such a thin profile story. Spoiled food for the mind of the younger generation
Cinema is far from exhausting its own potential
a good plot full of interesting time paradoxes ruined by a flood of blood and guns - the contemporary American cinema's DNA, unfortunately
a coming of age spider. entertaining but miseducating. noisy american battlegrounds as usual
¿Que ves cuando cierras lo ojos? I, too, as well as Eva would like to be preprogrammed for such a great finale
Tokyo fuels the three directors' creativity.. a poetic passage for Gondry, an iconic MERDE where Le-Oscar-a-X is pulling out history and rage from the underground with WW2 era grenades .. and the most contemporary Bong Jon-Ho panicking Hikikomori
despite the soap ending and the imbalance due to the alternation between realism and stereotypes a bit too naive, the result is still interesting
Tre stelle perchè (nonostante sia un fanatico di paradossi temporali e mi abbia tenuto incollato fino alla fine) ci ho capito ben poco.. Lo rivedrò sperando di riuscire ad aggiungere almeno una stella, come molto probabilmente si merita
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Hot stuff script versus cold directing style
Two historically improbable love stories. Pochahontas' "wildlife" sexy outfits are also deserving her ridicule all the time. The movie is too long and probably very expensive.But apart from that - there is an interesting representation of the comparison between two cultures. The apparent incivility of the natives shines in front of the clumsy and neurotic "civilization" of the invaders. And there is cinematic poetry.
Jemaine Clement: the new bug. Amazing!
Courageous and aesthetically strong but.. too long and tedious