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"Beetlejuice" by daborien
[Art of Beetlejuice (1988)]
The story of Olympic Wrestling Champion Mark Schultz and how paranoid schizophrenic John duPont killed his brother, Olympic Champion Dave Schultz.
The original film starred Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day as a group of friends that decide to kill off each other's bosses (played by Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrel and Kevin Spacey).
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on Garden State (2004)
I can't say this was a BAD movie, but it was terribly trite, and rather familiar. Lonely, depressed, disillusioned guy meets off-beat, carefree girl who teaches him how to enjoy life. Loaded with brilliant insights such as, "That's life. If nothing else, it's life. It's real, and sometimes it fuckin hurts, but it's sort of all we have." Wow, that's deep. Natalie Portman is truly awful, and the hipster indie-folk soundtrack is annoying, too.
on The Prestige (2006)
Wow!!! Why does someone who can make movies like The Prestige & Memento waste his time with comic book movies.
This is one of my top 10 movies.
on Nord (2009)
I also thought of "Straight story", but this movie is very different in all means. First of all, it's not about forgiveness, but about "finding yourself". Or something in the way. Watchable, funny in its scandinavian way, but by no means a masterpiece. Comparisons to Jarmusch and Lynch exagarated. Maybe some day...
on Where the Truth Lies (2005)
Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth are a comedy duo whose dazzling careers come to an end when the body of a dead girl is found in their hotel bedroom. Many years later their story is investigated by a journalist who suspects there is More To This Than Meets The Eye. It's a bit of an odd one. It starts out as a sort of flashy Cabaret-type thing, and ends up as your fairly run-of-the-mill whodunnit. Having recently seen 'A Single Man' I see Colin Firth has made a career out of playing rich gay guys.
on Seksmisja (1984)
I liked the funny point of this movie but some humor seemed too stupid.
on Dark City (1998)
Tough it has its plot flaws and wrong turns, Dark City is unique in its atmosphere. Gives a new meaning to neo-noir. If the movie had been able to stay away from matter of fact action sequences at the end and have the courage to take the "non-human look at humanity" route it would have been ground breaking. Kiefer, Jennifer, Proyas at their best.
on Cop Out (2010)
This film's biggest problem is that it just isn't very funny. Smith abandons his trademark wit, and replaces it with cheesy jokes that we've seen in a hundred low rent comedies before this one. The narrative is also an uneven mess, you might know what is going on but you probably won't care. Morgan manages to salvage a few humorous moments with his standard persona, and his chemistry with Willis is solid, but ultimately Cop Out just doesn't bring enough to the table.
on Mean Streets (1973)
Marty's direction is unpredictable and fresh. Keitel is young and fresh. Watching the young, pre-super-stardom De Niro is a true revelation. Everyone seems to be in their "formative" period, and yet the result feels fully formed.
on The Descendants (2011)
An interesting film that manages to mix the sentimentality with enough grit to keep the action engaging. At its core it is a movie about family relationships and responsibilities and it is engaging performances that carry the whole thing
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