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wolfnotes on Narc (2002)
Run-of-the-mill cop drama.
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magb on 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Most of the teen flicks I've seen are stored in my mind as one big mental soup, so I can't say anything very specific about this. I seem to recall it being okay.
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Stain on Grumpy Old Men (1993)
No great shakes in terms of script or direction, it's just funny
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thaklos on In a Lonely Place (1950)
This film is haunted by subtle whisps of unease that thicken until everything balances on the edge of disaster, and then it collapses with unexpected grace. Steele is the most dynamic I've ever seen Bogart, on what seems to be the brink of madness, clouded with suspicion, slowly being consumed by the dark side of his character. I was initially concerned by his waxing misogyny, but it proved to be reflective commentary that contrasts Steele's tyranny with Nicolai's collaborative relationships.
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irenetausvik on Pulp Fiction (1994)
I just do not get what the hype is about with this movie. Why is it so "big"? I didnt like it at all. I got bored after two minutes. But hey, thats just me.
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mistermaddog on Atonement (2007)
Perfectly told, brilliantly directed (a talented man this Joe Wright) Atonement, suffers because of its ending. Such a great screenplay, ruined with this unnecessarily clear ending. What really happens, the twist of the story is actually told by a character in the movie, and this really kills the magic. Instead of that, I wish they've done something a little more allusive, or even obscure.
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FitFortDanga on The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
I've seen this compared to Double Indemnity a lot. There are some similarities, but there are plenty of differences too. It's a reasonably engaging story, but the dialogue lacks pizzazz. The direction also seems flat, especially in comparison to Wilder's work. And the leads aren't that great, either. Garfield isn't a guy you root for like Macmurray, and Turner isn't a gal you secretly root for like Stanwyck. But it's a solid noir picture, with a notable supporting performance from Cronyn.
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sketchbook on Paris (2008)
A handsome music hall performer needs a heart transplant in a croissant de merde that plops crumbs in Paris. Why doesnt he just go to Bon Marche. That store has everything.
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MarkBoomaars on The Sixth Sense (1999)
This is one of THE best movies I have ever seen. I asure you you Will remember THE twist.
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ManyaKonkova on Finding Nemo (2003)
хороший добрый смешной очень красивый
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