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emtilt on Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs (2008)
A little better than the first movie, but the pacing for these will never work well enough for any of the movies to be great as long as they are always making sure it can be split into episodes.
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boogaloo on American Beauty (1999)
Unlikeable characters with nothing interesting to say in their humdrum lives.
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wolfnotes on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)
After the novelty of its premise wears off, there isn't much in the screenplay and its treatment of the source material to keep things interesting. Also, the present-day segments seem like a clumsy narrative device, an unsuccessful attempt at added sentiment. It remains watchable, however, due to its enchanting visuals and the appeal of actors such as Cate Blanchett and Tilda Swinton.
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thaklos on Deconstructing Harry (1997)
This film's narrative is frustratingly disjoint, but its exploration identity and place is intriguing. The lack of structure does lend itself to some excellent non sequiturs, I particularly liked Crystal as the devil, but taken as a whole the film falls far short of Allen's best.
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Timmmm on The Book of Eli (2010)
This film could have been excellent. It's about an awesome guy (cool action scenes in the first half) walking across post-apocalyptic America to deliver a mysterious book. Think arty Mad Max with a smidgen of Blade. **** SPOILER **** Of course they have to ruin it. The book turns out to be the bible which Denzel is delivering to no-one because a voice in his head told him to, and evil Oldman wants for no really good reason. By the end of the film it is basically Christian propaganda.
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Derekstar on Blindness (2008)
The movie is grossly underrated. Julianne Moore is great in this, and the direction is spot on. Incredibly claustrophobic at times, but not so much as to make the audience disorientated or alienated. Many people didn't like the ending, but it just left me wanting more. I just wanted to scream "OH MY GOD, WHAT HAPPENS NOW?", which is probably a good sign. I don't get all the hate that this movie gets. Give it a chance, it's great.
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ltapson on Gladiator (2000)
worth it to see all the sexy abs!
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Spunkie on Kingdom of Heaven (2005)
Ridley has made a habit of flipping his films with director's cut... luckily.
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FitFortDanga on Big Fish (2003)
Whimsical, cute, well-done. No big complaints. Not much to say... it doesn't stick with you very long.
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magb on The Age of Innocence (1993)
Very solid period piece from Martin Scorsese. What it lacks of pure entertainment value it makes up for with subtlety and great direction. I can't say I count it among his best, however. Maybe it's because the theme of people in high society merely playing roles and never getting to truly live is a bit too familiar, or maybe it's because at nearly 140 minutes the movie does sometimes feel a bit dry; I'm not sure. Whatever it is, it makes The Age of Innocence easier to respect than to love.
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