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Comment Archives: stories: Movies

Re: “Beefcake-loaded 300 sequel Rise of an Empire holds out for a gyro

What a load of wank u are for writing that junk

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Posted by Steve Newland on 03/09/2014 at 6:44 AM

Re: “Oscar nominee Omar turns Palestinian conflict into a neo-realist action movie

Omar presents the drama of a young worker in a bakery in love with a girl who lives across the wall that separates Palestine from Israel Conventional surveillance to fool targets to meet lover, Omar is captured after a near-fatal act of resistance and becomes target military police and intelligence services. A whole intimidating process is about to begin. The idea scenario was provided by a friend of the director, who told him that he had been approached by the secret police, with a suggestion of "collaboration". Palestinian filmmakers is, and most of the actors are their first role, a film to see

Posted by Elena Chera on 03/08/2014 at 9:24 AM

Re: “No excess baggage slows Neeson's thrill ride Non-Stop

Liam Neeson action movie star, play in the new action film full of suspense that takes place 40,000 feet in the air.
With all the risk of attracting the hatred of some, Liam Neeson is an action actor say this not only because the series but because Taken newest actor is posted in all sorts of action films, action thriller titled Non-Stop takes place on a transatlantic flight New York - London, where a U.S. Air Marshall named Bill Marks, played by Liam Neeson, must stop a mysterious terrorist threatening to kill a passenger every 20 minutes if the redemption request is not satisfied.
We demonstrate that the film looks as good and is as action packed as the other's previous collaboration with director Liam Neeson Collet-Serra in the movie Unknown, only this time the actor's trip might be a little more fun

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Posted by Elena Chera on 02/27/2014 at 11:01 AM

Re: “The Way Way Back: not the ’80s, but might as well be

Uhhhh didn't you read that's a quote from BLADE RUNNER, spoken by Harrison Ford to Sean Young?

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Posted by mr. pink on 02/26/2014 at 5:15 PM

Re: “The Way Way Back: not the ’80s, but might as well be

Quote:
"Remember when you were 6? You and your brother snuck into an empty building through a basement window. You were gonna play doctor. He showed you his, but when it got to be your turn, you chickened and ran. Remember that? You ever tell anybody that?"

Uhhhh didn't a guy write this article?

Posted by WTF on 02/25/2014 at 9:45 PM

Re: “No lava lost in crusty disaster movie Pompeii

Pompeii effects are like a volcano ( as in film) that erupts when sweeping everything in its path , superb battle in the arena is just a preparation for the flood to come and becomes more engaging when approaching an end. Although it seems that every scene is the maximum in this point of view , the next he could be more exciting than the last , everything is magnified by a 3D , although it seems useless at first, highly visible highlights and make you stay away the objects seem to come to you. This visual delight (maybe) would not have the same value if it was packaged very well in a story that raises blood , unleashing fixed action at the right time , and provides a totally unexpected end .

After Paul W. S. Anderson became known for the Resident Evil film series , and his name became inevitably associated with them , Pompeii should represent a new card to British director , for any director who hunt both box office success and satisfaction of the public and would like to have put on such a production CV .

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/24/2014 at 9:17 AM

Re: “Like Father, Like Son a tearjerker that earns its wadded Kleenexes

The story of a father, Successful businessman who learns That His little son That is not the true biological was actually switched at birth This film is a director Hirokazu Kore-known drama is a film with many twists and decide Situations is now before a decision extremely important: it will choose his biological son learned that just now? Or it will increase further in the "anonymous", as it did before, as like his own child? You must choose a recommended film to watch for the whole family

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/21/2014 at 9:48 AM

Re: “12 O'Clock Boys and The Past deserve your time; Robocop should heed his Mirandas

In the movie Robocop Joel Kinnaman chosen most likely similar traits of Peter Weller manages to customize a different Robocop. On the one hand not exaggerate brought tribute dedicated to the character on screen after almost three decades, and on the other gives a distinct identity, leaving open the option for a sequel. Portuguese Padilha migrate cast films in his native language and the reboot "Robocop" is imposed as visionary filmmaker, but not necessarily original to reanimate a character looking through the archives, I recommend for the whole family

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/18/2014 at 11:04 AM

Re: “12 O'Clock Boys and The Past deserve your time; Robocop should heed his Mirandas

The Past (Le Passe ') although the subject seems to be too large to handle a long (2 hours and 10 minutes) , the director ( who also produced and A Separation - film being Oscar winner in 2012 category " best foreign Film " ) fails to develop all the characters well enough to create strong relationships between them , to surprise you with small twist sites when everything seemed to be clear in the film economy and , not least all to highlight all actors Berenice Bejo manages to impress increasingly more after his role in The Artist and this interpretation could be another young actress Oscar nomination for Elegance , naturalness and simplicity with which he succeeded in all the inserted thoughts, feelings ' character is outstanding , and the ease with which public memory emerges in previous roles , being supported by all others excellent actors , I recommend this movie for all

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/18/2014 at 10:53 AM

Re: “Epic fantasy Winter's Tale brings the stars and nostalgia, but freezes out the magic

From a New York enchanting the noisy clatter of horses crossed the cobbled streets and long, and the honor was defended gun covered by the modern city of skyscrapers, always awake, the film "Winter's Tale" achieves miracles and connecting destinies. After centuries of darkness, dreams about a misunderstood love and constant struggle with himself, a man recovers his memories and discover the incredible destiny that awaits him.

Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt and Russell Crowe hoping to revive romance and exquisite "story iarnăun very cool movie, I recommend to all

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/16/2014 at 1:51 AM

Re: “Epic fantasy Winter's Tale brings the stars and nostalgia, but freezes out the magic

From a New York enchanting the noisy clatter of horses crossed the cobbled streets and long, and the honor was defended gun covered by the modern city of skyscrapers, always awake, the film "Winter's Tale" achieves miracles and connecting destinies. After centuries of darkness, dreams about a misunderstood love and constant struggle with himself, a man recovers his memories and discover the incredible destiny that awaits him.

Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt and Russell Crowe hoping to revive romance and exquisite "story iarnăun very cool movie, I recommend to all

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/16/2014 at 1:50 AM

Re: “Epic fantasy Winter's Tale brings the stars and nostalgia, but freezes out the magic

From a New York enchanting the noisy clatter of horses crossed the cobbled streets and long, and the honor was defended gun covered by the modern city of skyscrapers, always awake, the film "Winter's Tale" achieves miracles and connecting destinies. After centuries of darkness, dreams about a misunderstood love and constant struggle with himself, a man recovers his memories and discover the incredible destiny that awaits him.

Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt and Russell Crowe hoping to revive romance and exquisite "story iarnăun very cool movie, I recommend to all

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/16/2014 at 1:50 AM

Re: “Epic fantasy Winter's Tale brings the stars and nostalgia, but freezes out the magic

From a New York enchanting the noisy clatter of horses crossed the cobbled streets and long, and the honor was defended gun covered by the modern city of skyscrapers, always awake, the film "Winter's Tale" achieves miracles and connecting destinies. After centuries of darkness, dreams about a misunderstood love and constant struggle with himself, a man recovers his memories and discover the incredible destiny that awaits him.

Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt and Russell Crowe hoping to revive romance and exquisite "story iarnăun very cool movie, I recommend to all

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/16/2014 at 1:50 AM

Re: “Modern China has Jia Zhangke seeing red in blistering A Touch of Sin

The film consists of four stories of ordinary people , describing real events unexpected and tragic end , occurred in four different provinces of the country. International media noted particularly fierce criticism sidelines Chinese domestic politics (corruption , social cleavages huge flaws of capitalism communism oriental reflections mixed with Maoist) , however , is not a political film (four episodes , only one has political issue ) but realistic investigation of Chinese society today , focusing on major social changes in the dynamics of the country. The same approach this practically inexhaustible themes we find in A Touch of Sin . The same realism penetrating deeply human and meditative same power dynamics accelerate enrollment of a country as half a continent, rapidly changing , the same ability to synthesis of very different social picture . Jia Zhangke is a name for the Chinese cinema today and is regarded , rightly , one of the most prominent directors in the world.

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/12/2014 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Bellflower: just your typical flame-throwing pre-apocalyptic lo-fi bromance

Bellflower movie best friends Woodrow and Aiden spend their free time building muscle car type cars with flamethrowers inspired by Mad Max to prepare for the apocalypse. But when Woodrow meets a charming young woman falls in love with power, he and Aiden quickly integrate into a new group of friends, a trip that combines love and hate, betrayal, infidelity and extreme violence more devastating feared than any of their apocalyptic fantasies movie explosion, filmromantic Jessie Wiseman, Rebekah Brandes, Tyler Dawson a film that I recommend for the whole family

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/09/2014 at 9:42 AM

Re: “George Clooney's Monuments Men a milestone in PBS pledge-drive cinema

Based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history , the film is a drama Heroes Monument action focused on a seven museum directors , artists, curators, and art historians , old and out of shape, which went to the front during the Second world War to save the world's artistic masterpieces Nazi thieves and return them to their rightful owners . But what are the chances of success were these people , because works of art are hidden behind enemy lines ? But since Heroes Monuments were engaged in a race against time to rescue the 1000 years of culture from destruction , they are willing to risk their lives to protect the great achievements of the world, the protagonists in this film ;
George Clooney , Matt Damon , Bill Murray , Cate Blanchett film that deserves praise public and critics , I recommend this movie for the whole family

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/09/2014 at 3:21 AM

Re: “Michel Gondry visualizes Noam Chomsky's most abstract ideas, but something's lost in translation

An excellently-written review - thank you.

This is not yet available here in England.

Look forward to seeing it.


Richard W. Symonds
Gatwick City Times
http://poundhillnorthindependentcrawley.freeforums.org/post32380.html#p32380

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Posted by Richard W. Symonds on 02/06/2014 at 11:14 AM

Re: “From favorites to fight-starters, die-hard Nashville movie lovers discuss the film year 2013

Stoker film is very well done, there are some frames that you remain in the mind long, but the subject is suffering badly. And the character development is absolutely incredible, I was dumbstruck. Suspense, fear, more tension, the film is a good thriller, but hard to swallow. If it's too hard sometimes, too sadistic. I like how it ends, not necessarily in terms of choosing which writer did to end the story, but because the action reaches its climax and you leave with a bitter taste that evolved in a way, and the end was that the nut on the wall. Not at the end is very appropriate way in which to place the power game. Actors must also be praised,
Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode and Nicole Kidman surprisingly good roles. I highly recommend the best film in 2013

Posted by Elena Chera on 02/02/2014 at 7:06 AM

Re: “In Spike Jonze's forward-gazing Her, artificial intelligence evolves toward actual heartache

On the other hand, here's a "review" posted at the IMDB, and shows why IMDB is such an endless source of laughs:

"Worst movie ever

"This is the worst movie I have ever seen!! this was sick and disturbing to think that some sicko wrote this disgusting film. writer of this movie needs serious help! I understand technology is making progress but this was just a perverted and sick minded person's thought. I was told to come watch this for my sociology class without warning of how sick it was and would have walked out after the first 10 minutes if it was not for a grade! I was embarrassed to have been sitting in the movie theater watching it especially with my mother sitting with me. I do not and will not ever recommend this movie to anyone else. I hope this does not win any awards I hope there are some people in the world that still feel the same way. This was weird and inappropriate movie material!"

'Nuff said!

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Posted by murnau on 01/30/2014 at 6:59 PM

Re: “In Spike Jonze's forward-gazing Her, artificial intelligence evolves toward actual heartache

This is the best movie of 2013, IMHO.

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Posted by murnau on 01/30/2014 at 6:34 PM

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