Wow, Olivier Assayas' "Carlos" not large scale enough for you? O_O 10 languages, 20 countries, 5 ½ hours. It doesn't get more epic than that... and I presume it's much more relevant about the Middle East situation.
Howard's masterpiece, so far.
Ron Howard tells the simple story of a return home with honesty and heart, helped by a fine cast and a good script.
I don't know what took me so long to watch this film, because it is truly extraordinary.
Mel is the only man on earth who can scream louder than Pavarotti when he got his balls chopped off. "Freedoooommmmm!"
I'd like to see it because Annaud is probably the only french director capable of making large scale epics.
Haven't seen it, but the presence of the words "Bordello of Blood" in the title are definitely getting my attention.
If you're a normal human being, you can't help but crying like a baby when Robin Wright dies.
Superbly shot and edited, Neil Jordan makes a truly great historical drama, cinematographically. Liam Neeson is simply phenomenal as the hot-tempered Michael Collins. Julia Roberts was a cast mistake, for me.
Two realities around "We Bought A Zoo": 1) Where other directors would fail, Cameron Crowe brings love and light into his movies in such a beautiful way that it is hard not to enjoy it. 2) Scarlett Johansson has one of the most beautiful smiles in the world.
Maybe the first film in front of which I fell asleep after only 20 minutes.
One of my favorite movies ever. I watched it a for the billionth time on the airplane last night, and I was still blown away by how incredible this film is.
It's much much better the second time.
I wish the sequences on Earth would have been expanded, the first act is a bit clumsy, but it gets really enjoyable towards the end. Nice movie, and fantastic score.
After having destroyed modern music, Rihanna goes to ruin cinema.
A film that plays with the audience in a nice way during the first act. But the end is too predictable and terribly written. And Amanda Peet is the worst actress ever, or at least the worst performance I've ever seen. It's laughable.
well, that looks shite
God, so hilarious that my stomach still hurts.
why the fuck the french title is "treason in athens"?? there isn't a single moment where athens or greece is mentioned in the movie.
More than being funny, Jonah Hill turns out to be a very very good actor.