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[Art of The Little Mermaid (1989)]


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Spunkie on Moulin Rouge! (2001)
For 2 hours it was well worth believing all we need is love, neons and dazzlement.
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whatismyname on Bean (1997)
Although not as good as the show, it still was an enjoyable watch.
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FitFortDanga on On the Waterfront (1954)
Good, but not especially impressive. It's mostly the performances that make it decent. It's hard to watch this without considering the personal implications it had for Kazan. Also, the score is unbearably oppressive.
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sketchbook on The Exterminating Angel (1962)
A brilliant surreal comedy by cher maitre, Luis Bunuel. After the opera, some aristos attend a dinner party -- and find they don't want to leave, or can't leave. Weeks pass. There's a death and a suicide. When freed, they seek solace in a church. They're trapped there too. A personal comment on society and the Church.
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Derekstar on Hamlet 2 (2008)
I had such high hopes for this movie. Unfortunately it's just not funny at all. Coogan's probably the most to blame for this. For example, there are scenes where he's arguing with a teenage theater critic for trashing his plays, which should be funny for obvious reasons. Coogan spends the entire time trying to SHOW the audience how ridiculous the situation is by overacting, which ends up ruining the joke. This overselling of funny situations happens in almost every scene in the movie.
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Stain on Congo (1995)
Nobody likes this film, it seems. I really enjoyed it. Go figure
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irenetausvik on A Beautiful Mind (2001)
A beautiful movie. But also a bit terrible and very sad. Crowe is excellent in this one, he really is.
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movieboy on Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)
Long pauses & people walking slowly permeate what could have been a good movie. Editing 20 minutes of these zero value scenes would have given you a nice, tight movie.
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wolfnotes on Fanny and Alexander (1982)
So well-crafted and performed, it remains mesmerizing for most of its lengthy running time. Bergman captures such a remarkable depth and breadth of human emotion and it never feels like melodrama. I can't imagine the shorter theatrical version being a more satisfying experience, but I intend to watch it at some point.
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magb on Chicago (2002)
Amusingly campy and overblown. Not quite my thing, though.
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