I agree exactly with your first sentence
Norton is more charming than anywhere else, he's been able to set aside his almost funny face to become a real fascinating man. Nevertheless, I still can't bear Jessica Biel and her hovering 7th heaven's family. that's a disgusting ghost. I surely prefer her as a cocaine addict (The rules of attraction).
A little confusing, but still an interesting film. Di Caprio was perfect for Rimbaud's role, I started like the poet even more, after seing this.
Not so bad as a film, a little more as a Von Trier film. I found it kind of empty sometimes, too slow and vacuous. Child's tool is the best thing in here, I guess.
I sadly saw it too late, when I already knew about the final scene. In any case it's an amazing film, and Kevin Spacey really rules.
A beautiful film, with a very good cast. I loved it for the characters, sometimes weird, the script, the final twist (that, however, is a little bit predictable in the end). I also admit I revaluated Josh Hartnett as an actor. Morgan Freeman keeps on being my favourite one.