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thaklos on Drag Me to Hell (2009)
Compelling genre work from a master of camp. The hackneyed high level hides an often humorous and remarkably satisfying horror that fulfills audience expectations without becoming germane. Lohman shows a nice range, and Long plays a subtly shifted variation of his standard role remarkably well. It feels like a more polished Evil Dead, and it's good to see Raimi working in a genre that he clearly loves once again.
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tristanjosephmorgan on Romance & Cigarettes (2007)
Uneven musical that is sometimes great, sometimes heartfelt, and sometimes forced. John Turturro *can* direct, however, even if he sometimes mimics the style of the Coen brothers.
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michuk on Carlito's Way (1993)
Well-directed and engaging thriller, which is quite an achievement for a movie in which in the first scene we learn how it all ends. Solid performances by Pacino and Penn (the latter should get an Oscar only for his hairstyle!) and a convincing, emotional love story. Sounds like a great film and it is indeed a great film. The only problem with "Carlito's Way" is that... I wish it was the last feature film by De Palma. Why oh why did he have to make so many mediocre movies afterwards?...
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magb on Mission: Impossible (1996)
The best part is the music. DUH duh duuuuuuuh. DUH duh duuuuuuuh. DUH duh duuuuuuuh. DUH DUH. And the film is decently entertaining I guess.
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rrees on Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)
It has a fantastic cast, great special effects and has a huge amount of book to shoehorn into a single sitting. In many ways this film has the same highs and lows as the others in the series. The good stuff for me in this one was the photography in the magic scenes, the editing of the Quidditch scene and the deft handling of teenage angst and passion.
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Spunkie on How to Get Ahead in Advertising (1989)
Unluckily it looks and feels very dated. Because of the lameness in direction a good script doesn't work in parts. Grant is very theatrical and eye catching , the message is a bit old but not irrelevant. Worth the time.
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movieboy on Road to Perdition (2002)
Long pauses, people standing still, walking slowly etc permeate a film with a good plot. Editing out 20 minutes of these would have made a nice, tight film.
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stevengrimm on Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (2009)
If you enjoy internally consistent time travel stories, this one will fit the bill; the screenplay is very tight. It's also a comedy, though not an uproariously funny one.
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bdevos on The International (2009)
Overly complicated movie, that in the end left me with an unsatisfied feeling. I also rather see Clive Owen sticking a carrot through somebodies skull then act a bit to intelligent.
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Stain on Irreconcilable Differences (1984)
Great inside joke. What seems to be another comedy/drama is basically the thinly veiled Peter Bogdanovich story, complete with one of Bogdanovich's favorite stars, Ryan O'Neal, playing Bogdanovich
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