i am so there
eek -- you are right, of course. He is alive. I'll amend the text. thanks for pointing it out!
I don't think Hayao Miyazaki is dead (you called him "the late")
Yes the first act is the strongest but this is a film that shines it's entire length. Ryan Gosling stands out even in the scenes he's not in and the writing,score and the way it's film convege with the story to create a moving work of art.
I m done with your paper The Place Beyond The Pines is an American masterpiece
On the Road unreadable? Kloman probably wanted more parentheses. At least Ginsburg turned out OK.
Kloman, You should probably be a little more considerate and respectful of the movie's source material. The book is neither "unreadable," nor will we "waste time" reading this work that is generally considered a gateway to a new style of literature as well as a new reality for many. Who are you to disagree, you ask. Who are you to proffer an opinion at all. And nice us of Wikipedia. Simply ridiculous, City Paper.
Finished watching a well-thoughtful plot, "jumbled," activism movie, Promised Land," today, 4th, Friday. I very much liked the movies' message on "fracking," the possible affects on environmental contamination of well- water/land pollution consequences! Promised Land vs Marcella Shell "reveal," illustrates a environmental issue/solution facing a war-torn nation trying to resolve an internal energy crisis in "real time, the year 2012," ;majority of Pennsylvania citizens live in economic hardship, hunger, poverty, and yes, unemployment,too. The movie reflects on the issues related to Marcella shell liquid chemicals being crudely used to extract natural gas, among the wasted clean water, pollution and contamination by carcinogens (radioactive particles) that can not be ever cured out of biodiversity in our lifetime..anyway.... state of Pennsylvania, Time upon a once a watched a Likeable change in the play " New York Minute," the director tweaked this play... got the message out on a disease in 1992; the death-causing diesease promoted the director to help in AIDS Awareness; Directors have an edge for updating the public; Pennsylvania Promised Second, for fortune is an imbalanced way of benefiting from this type of mining when you can incur water pollution that affects your health and your neighbors' health,too. So anyone benefiting from a scheme to hurt the fresh water... will pay heavy fines...now, that everyone has more monies from the profiteers, the fines for causing water pollution will put many people into court, and fined accordingly...lethal water pollution is serious..and it takes money to fix a leaky faucet as well as irretrievable land and water damage. thanks Gus for making the movie relevant to an important issue on helping to save clean water and protecting a fragile Eco-system that we all live in... .. www.cleanwateraction.org
Totally disagree - it was hysterical!
This kind of crap is the equivalent of the ubiquitous North Korean propaganda vilifying the United States military. Judging by what we use as "entertainment", maybe they have a case. With all the political ads we just had attacking China, Brazil, Colombia, South Korea, I guess the time is ripe for some pretend war-mongering.
Harry Kloman is such an A___. Over the years, my wife and I have realized that every review where Harry disparages the film, we wound up loving it. Harry: Thanks for the recommendation!!!!
(You really need to get a life. You blow as a film reviewer. You hate everything. Why not get a job you LIKE?)
A magnificent film-going experience... With a backdrop of stunning cinematography, you will be enthralled by an unforgettable Hushpuppy.
I love to see the musical Rock of Ages and i never missed a show so even this year i have purchased Rock of Ages discount tickets from http://www.goodseattickets.com
Your review makes me think you don’t care for the debauchery that is being spewed out of Hollywood these days. I can’t say I disagree, but unfortunately, if I don’t want to keep watching the same old movies I purchased, I have to settle. This movie is genuinely funny and heartfelt, debauchery aside. Although I didn’t see this movie in the theater, I’m glad I watched it with my Dish co-worker on our movie night at my house and I’m glad he saw it on the Dish Online website, and suggested it. Now when I want to stream a movie rental, instead of waiting for one in the mail when I’m in-between movies, I search on Dish Online since everything is so easy to look at and decide.
That's a nice movie from Steven Spielberg! War Horse is an evergreen Broadway show and I love watching it! I have booked War Horse Broadway tickets from http://www.goodseattickets.com
This is definitely a film I am going to see; I have always been a fan of Tim Burton and his creative way of directing. can’t wait to see the Depp Burton combo. I have full confidence that it will be a fun experience. I travel a lot on business for Dish; my spare time is precious, and spent enjoying my passion for movies and writing down my thoughts. I subscribe to Blockbuster @Home to keep up my hobby since I can get movies streamed to my laptop upon release faster than other services then write about them. Having Johnny Depp in my hotel room with me, oh I’ll wait for that experience.
I thought Greta Gerwig played the part really well. I also thought the film was very funny.
What you described it pretty much what I expected from this film. Greta Gerwig has the charisma of a doorknob and I don't understand the fascination with her. Nice review.
Sounds like a big pile of shit. This is basically Urban Legend, but using Poe as source material. Same lazy plot device of using a serial killer to shoehorn bits and pieces of other stories into a poorly conceived plot.
Why didn't these guys take a look at the old Roger Corman Poe adaptations? They weren't exactly faithful either, but they attempted to string together elements of his stories in a way that made sense and wasn't just a lazy quoting.
Instead of this piece of shit, watch Corman's The Masque of the Red Death and The Pit and the Pendulum.
Or even better, watch Jan Svankmajer's Lunacy, based on Poe and Sade. Or his masterful short film adaptations of The Fall of the House of Usher and The Pit and the Pendulum. Both are way scarier than this crap.
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