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utucuro on Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Almost like classical theatre.
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Florent on Shrek (2001)
This movie is hilarious! It's definitely one of the best ones from Dreamworks.
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FitFortDanga on Monster (2003)
Intense, powerful, honest, thought-provoking work. I think the movie does an excellent job of tackling a difficult subject.
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Spunkie on Buena Vista Social Club (1999)
I hate how Wenders vandalize every rule of documentary making to drive his movie. I love these old man and soundtrack.
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magb on Spartacus (1960)
Some great battle scenes and a few other nice moments ("No, I am Spartacus!"), but otherwise terribly Hollywood in every way. Still, even though large parts were tedious, I wasn't entirely un-entertained even by the least interesting sections.
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michaeldavid on Titanic (1997)
Classic movie. Excellent
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Stain on Antz (1998)
Mediocre kids' movie made to seem especially pale because _A Bug's Life_ came out at about the same time
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KAH on Days of Heaven (1978)
Another lyrical film from Malick, with an almost larger-than-life view of these people and their situation in this given time and place, but at the same time the voice-over narration is down to earth, tender and almost naive, a contrast that works great. Not to forget: It's perhaps the most beautifully photographed film I've seen.
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Derekstar on My Winnipeg (2007)
It's a visual poem more than anything else. I've never seen anything like it before, it's all great stuff. At one point Maddin says that he's inventing a new genre of film, which is clearly true. My only criticism would be that I wanted more of the family reenactments, but Maddin says that his mother may have been intentionally disrupting takes, which may explain that. On the whole it's a completely new and invigorating movie experience.
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thaklos on Water for Elephants (2011)
This film runs its grand theme into the ground with a deplorable lack of tension. Waltz puts forward a lot of effort, but his bouts of insanity are surrounded by monotonous exposition and unnecessary melodrama. There is an unmistakable hubris in the films focus on spectacle, and it is clear that a smaller film, one driven by characters rather than mystique, would be better positioned to make a tangible connection with its audience.
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