i wish i could give this 0 stars. i suppose we'll say the 1 star is for what they did with such a small budget. *shrugs* everything about this movie is not for me.
come on. liv tyler?! yeeeeeah.
simply one of the most visually abrasive things i've ever seen. tasteless drivel is a bit harsh to my standards, but unforgettable all the same. and i'm not sure if that's unforgettable in a good or bad way. but i'll NEVER EVER be able to look at fire extinguishers the same way EVER EVER again.
*big german kiss* the soundtrack was awesome-- totally fit the pace and mood of the film, and such a good collaboration of german dance music. cheers to german cinema.
a milestone in the history of cinema. period. SO sexy.
@ juan i was left totally in suspense on your comment until i clicked the 'more' link to unfold the rest of your review. /me fistpump
brilliant film. if you get a chance, pick up the score by Miles Davis. I listen to it AT LEAST three times a month. cheers, malle.
get out of my head, frank!
i felt fuzzy warm and bubbly after this film. plus, tautou is incredibly cute-- in that french way.
A tossup as being my favorite work by Gondry next to Eternal Sunshine... I was able to relate to the characters' inner struggles... And i think that's why i was able to enjoy it, versus everyone else's disappointment.
cheers, michel gondry.
such a contrast, in my opinion, between F&L and Brazil... I can't even describe my affections for this movie...
so wonderful. i could watch this a thousand times and not get tired of any of the performances. probably one of the only films that i can love jim carrey in.
i might be the only person in the world who didn't care for this movie. I LOVED the ingenuity and imaginative sequences of events; not to mention Robert De Niro's performance... but... *shrugs*
SOOO quintessential. absolutely timeless.
BUSTA needed to find himself a new woman. But i suppose it all worked out for him in the end.
what's this guy supposed to be, the ultimate badass?
AND I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE!
*hands up in air* ahhh!!! * * * * *
i felt squirmish and awkward while watching this whole movie; but it grew on me-- which i wasn't surprised about. i loved it, but was thrown around with the story like a yankee on a mechanical bull.
such a phenomenal outlook on a broken family and their efforts to rebuild and renew their relationship. LOVED the flashbacks in relation to their events in India. Anderson has the greatest way of slapping you in the face with drama right after you've finished laughing about a comical sequence of events. HIGHLY underrated film.
*heart is yearning*
*fist reaches out of tv screen and punches me across the face*
where did i put that faucking suppositree?!
i was hooked-- start to finish. the boxing glove knocking out the traffic cop was priceless.
absolutely caught me off guard in one of the best ways i could ever hope for in a film. the scene with the song '13 angels standing guard round the side of your bed' by a silver mt. zion was the pinnacle of this picture for me. The haunting world that these impersonators built for themselves was like watching--... no... ACCEPTING something beautiful growing and living, but eventually reach an end. Loved it.