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Re: “Short Takes The Sitter

This movie The Sitter main character Noah Griffith (Jonah Hill) is a babysitting who takes care of three children loves to have sex and time becomes less concerned, the film plays more than a role it is not too spicy comedy without sugar pepper is a little monotonous, this boy Noah wants to reach as many fun things to life threatening a stain moron who thinks that sex is everything in life, a comedy for those looking for not discovering anything good to watch

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/25/2013 at 12:15 PM

Re: “Too rough for PBS, legendary doc Seventeen remains one of the best movies ever made about American youth

" ... the pantheon of films that proved to be too much for PBS."

I still want to see the never-aired political satire that Woody Allen made for PBS in the early '70s. They reportedly caved in to pressure from the Nixon administration.

Posted by Mark on 11/23/2013 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Blue Is the Warmest Color: The face, not the gaze, tells the story

"But you wouldn't know it from the juvenile press coverage, which started out gawking at the movie's pivotal sex scene, went on to cluck over the possible exploitation of the lead actresses, then of late has convened panels of gay women to assess how technically accurate the sex scenes are."

Most laughable are the debates about whether parents should take their kids to see the movie. It's rated NC-17. Unless their kids are 17 or older, they're not supposed to be admitted, even with a parent.

Posted by Bill on 11/23/2013 at 2:56 PM

Re: “Douglas Sirk's peerless high-gloss melodrama All That Heaven Allows is the week's must-see movie

Douglas Sirk melodrama All That Heaven peerless shiny movie of the week
  All That Heaven is a melodrama about the wrong film actors Rock Hudson and Jane Wyman a love story that is not consumed until the end, former wife of Ronald Reagan a widow with children falls in love and wants to marry Rock Hudson but not left and is forced to abandon it due to its marriage of his best known film best seen as subject

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/23/2013 at 10:32 AM

Re: “Short Takes New Year's Eve

Short Takes New Year's Eve this film is a stereotype in the show lives of several characters on New Year's Day, in this day of transition from one year to another a man near death wants to talk on the phone for the last time, or tenants who are almost crowded into a small apartment get stuck in the elevator these events are real in everyday life but the New Year has another meaning is a pretty funny movie, good to watch

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/23/2013 at 10:15 AM

Re: “Catching Fire finds the Hunger Games saga starved for new ideas — but its heroine still rocks

Finds the Hunger Games Catching Fire saga starved for new ideas - but its still rocks this film heroine is a series movie franchise in which the characters are always in competition with one another in a fierce competition, exit a mentor who likes to be more Woody always beat that with a group of stylish young people have to face many difficulties, there are many new artists Sam Claflin, Jena Malone, Jeffrey Wright, Armanda Plummer and the actors from the first series, promises good times do not arrive until death is a movie after you watch a lot of thought gives you recommend this movie for those who like suspense director Gary Ross is the original film but this film franchise is Francis Lawrence

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/23/2013 at 9:55 AM

Re: “Catching Fire finds the Hunger Games saga starved for new ideas — but its heroine still rocks

Harry potter definitely had edginess to it. The idea of the hunger games seems blatantly controversial, but it really isn't more controversial than the harry potter series, or the twilight saga. Harry potter mixed in sexuality with violence and an even darker tone than the hunger games, while twilight had sexuality. The most mature, deep, complex, and well-done series amongst the three is Harry Potter though.

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Posted by dcasey15 on 11/21/2013 at 4:29 PM

Re: “Too rough for PBS, legendary doc Seventeen remains one of the best movies ever made about American youth

It says the tragic things that happen to Churchmouse form the movie's most wrenching sequence, and give the Bob Seger song played in that sequence great emotional power. It just says it better than I did.

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Posted by mr. pink on 11/21/2013 at 12:13 PM

Re: “A talk with the breakout actor of the year, Blue Is the Warmest Color's Adèle Exarchopoulos

Color Je regrette Rien Adèle non Exarchopoulos it begins with a song of singer Edith Piafeu (I regret nothing) Adele is a character in the film The French and translated into English is a 19 years old girl who has a boyfriend and does not regret anything in all what makes quite optimistic and confident in life, the film is more European than American indecipherable an end-unfinished film as they say "let your eyes in the sun" good to watch

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/21/2013 at 12:09 PM

Re: “Too rough for PBS, legendary doc Seventeen remains one of the best movies ever made about American youth

"And then there is Churchmouse, whom we never meet but whose tragic circumstances provide the film with its most wrenchingly sustained sequence (and Bob Seger with explosive point-blank emotional force)"

Totally senseless

Posted by ZoomDo on 11/21/2013 at 10:19 AM

Re: “Killing Them Softly slays hard

Killing them Softly is a film during the economic crisis in America in 2008 when America's economy and stability lacking in this film are 6 characters each have problems especially financial one character is Mark Trattman (actor Ray Liotta) a player poker twice robbed by him and is a scapegoat, Frankie (Scoot Mc Nairy) a Dilar Il supplying heroin that his friend Russell (Ben Mendelsohn) and an almost lost Mogul (Vincent Curatola) is a large unlucky the crisis affects you very mult.Ultimul and I think is the luckiest man Cogan (Brat Pitt) a businessman dealing with job placement, action film with outstanding actors, the film is a drama and it I recommend everyone to watch

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/19/2013 at 10:25 AM

Re: “George Clooney redeems The Descendants' propensity for cheap laughs

Filing of The Descendants is one of the movies with a story that we encounter every day, "family" in Hawaiian lawyer Matt King who has real estate to face her relatives received long legacy of many generations of family and they want to sell it to an investor of land, besides this Matt King is a man with two girls who recently injured his wife in a coma boat accident kept alive (more than a vegetable) film we introduce the family issues that are quite conclusive reach an agreement with his brothers and cousins ​​Matt King to keep the land that is for many a family inheritance from generation to generation the movie is a positive aspect and a good exciting story seen the whole family this video

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/18/2013 at 12:17 PM

Re: “Dan Sallitt's The Unspeakable Act treats a taboo without sensation

Dan Sallitt The Unspeakable Act is a movie to end the film leaves us to think if there is love between the two brothers Jackie is played by Tallie Medel attrition and actor Matthew who is Hirschkron Sky, the film further into personal life two brothers and we look like a pretty young varstra they are attracted to each other one, now do not know if their feelings were love (like lovers) or paternal feelings of love of brother and sister, Jackie is really as much bolder in her conversations with Matthew but girls are curious and want to know more about men mature much faster Years have passed and each grab on their way, the fact is that Jackie has remained a growing and melamcolica and think-he realized that he exaggerated his brother represent and go to a psychiatrist. The film is a drama, I strongly recommend those who love and those who want to love

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/18/2013 at 9:02 AM

Re: “Matthew McConaughey AIDS drama Dallas Buyers Club: Hollywood's idea of post-Philadelphia freedom

Dallas Buyers Club is an action movie from 1986 in which the character Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) wants to unearth the buried already an old story about the death of Rock Hudson's AIDS After an accident at work Ron is he is HIV-positive and infected cuvirusul time to live, he begins to fight for his life and trying to bring in other countries medcamentul AZT is a drug that affects to start some sort of smuggling prohibited drugs in America files. the film itself introduces us into a dark world in which those who want to be cured of this disease are ignored by society hardest and worst case die, few can afford these costly treatments when many of the sick resort to other modes to "cure" what a strong and democratic society ignores these cases? Do not know

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Posted by Elena Chera on 11/17/2013 at 10:11 AM

Re: “Jews give ex-Nazis an atypical big-screen beatdown in the satisfying revenge thriller The Debt

The Debt movie thriller story is in the past 0 not do else than to bring up a movie that has not yet seen a Nazi Jewish revenge is chased by three young Mossad agents is a dentist and is caught and imprisoned, crying victims of the Holocaust (Hebrew derided) one of the three officers beat him too debt (currently) begins as two retired Mossad agent who investigates the death of their colleague David (Ciaran Hinds) Rachel one of the former retirement agenda (Helen Mirren) and his colleague they Stephan (Tom Wilkinson) all these characters were treated as heroes in Israel to find Nazis and sued dem film is praised and so director John Madden to watch this remarkable film as a revenge against Nazism brought by Hebrew

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Posted by Elena Chera on 11/15/2013 at 12:49 PM

Re: “Antonio Banderas goes full-on pervy in Almodóvar's deliriously kinky The Skin I Live In

I always actor Antonio Banderas appreciation for great acting performance, his films are the kinds of movies that after you watch them you wonder was it true? or surprised Wow, this film Skin I Live In Antonio Banderas actor in this mysterious film introduces us to the Dr.Ledgard (Antonio Banderas) medical esthetician for more difficult cases burned tissue replacement long sought and found items again very smooth but not resistant to burns or mosquito bites, I had a guinea pig (Pig-human) and already thought that taking up demoralized his face because his mother had died. My question is why the doctor with a good situation and a privileged society came to their daughter to turn in guinea pigs, taking up sick or crazy? Recommend this film to all

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/15/2013 at 9:28 AM

Re: “Matthew McConaughey AIDS drama Dallas Buyers Club: Hollywood's idea of post-Philadelphia freedom

i just saw this movie in santa barbara ca. i give it 5 out of 5 stars. for sure

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Posted by Kitti Sisley on 11/15/2013 at 1:45 AM

Re: “A talk with the breakout actor of the year, Blue Is the Warmest Color's Adèle Exarchopoulos

I believe she's referring to Adèle the character in the movie — that while they had room to improvise, the character was there from the beginning.

Jason can speak to this better than I, but one of the things that really impressed him in person was that Exarchopoulos insisted on doing the interview in English to be accommodating, despite having a translator present. That accounts for some of the phrasing. I would hope any American visiting Paris would make as honorable an effort in French.

As for director Kechiche … well, I'll let Jason field that one if he wants.

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Posted by mr. pink on 11/14/2013 at 10:09 AM

Re: “A talk with the breakout actor of the year, Blue Is the Warmest Color's Adèle Exarchopoulos

We (Léa and I) had a big part of improvisation, but Adèle was always there.

I think the first sentence has more sense if it is : but Abdel was always there.
Abdel(latif) Kechiche, the director.

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Posted by Dominique on 11/14/2013 at 6:57 AM
Posted by Sybil S. on 11/13/2013 at 2:36 PM

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