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ManyaKonkova on Finding Nemo (2003)
хороший добрый смешной очень красивый
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thaklos on Bullitt (1968)
One of the characters in this film accuses Bullitt of aggrandizing himself, and while his assessment of Bullitt's character is off, his statement could easily apply to McQueen's role. There are gentle elements of McQueen's character that I enjoyed, and the film had a wonderfully gritty tone. However, the pacing is abysmal, and the film feels like a calculated vehicle designed to reinforce his stardom. I wanted a film that felt more alive, and while there were flickers, nothing was fully formed.
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michaeldavid on The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
Really Boring movie.
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Gilles_de_Rais on Watchmen (2009)
8.5. It's a good, solid, movie showing the potential of superheroes for social commentry. I find the dystopia a bit less interesting than the one in DK2 (the comic) or in some of the SF work of, say, Norman Spinrad (of "Bug Jack Baron" fame) but interesting nonetheless. One thing that bugged me was the question of whether these masked vigilantes had super-powers or not. And if yes, as they seem to, where do they come from? It'd help with the suspension of disbelief! Again!
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FitFortDanga on X2: X-Men United (2003)
The second film is somewhat lighter than the first, as Singer seems to be having more fun with it. Nightcrawler is a very interesting addition to the cast. It's worth noting that Anna Paquin had entirely abandoned her attempts at a Southern accent by this point... probably for the best. If the first movie was a little slow, this one almost goes too far in the opposite direction, including a "climax" that lasts for about 40 minutes. Exhilirating, yes, but also a bit tiring.
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Stain on The Mask (1994)
There are one or two nice touches here, but largely it's a mess. Not even the best CGI money can buy can make Jim Carrey funny
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KAH on Arizona Dream (1993)
I have absolutely no clue of what this movie is trying to say. It balances on so many ideas and genres, and ends up stumbling all the time. The characters are not as interesting as we are used to in Kusturicas european films. I think the opening of this movie is the best part of it.
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Udi on The Village (2004)
You can suspect the truth about the creatures from the beginning, but the movie has a few other surprises. There's always some sort of tension, it's very well built-up. Too bad that the ending falls flat with the mandatory cameo and the predictable final decision.
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magb on Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999)
Charming. I like how the film simultaneously IS a mafia movie and makes fun of mafia movies, especially in how incompetent and lame the mobsters are. The film certainly owes a whole lot to Le Samouraï and other seminal works, but I think it manages to stand on its own. I can't say it ever really got through to me, though. I think my appreciation of the film might increase after repeat viewings.
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Spunkie on Away from Her (2006)
Boring at first, enveloping as it goes on. I don't like the conversations about what life is or not, but the acting gave them plausibility.
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