Star Trek Into Darkness
So chic, studied and murky it resembles a cross between a Nike commercial and a bad Polish art film.
i hope john doe punishes you for your sin of a bad review
May 30 - 11:11 PM
Have your opinion, sir, yet I genuinely believe that a critic like you knows the Polish cinematography good enough to present such a view. I wish you could present your knowledge more precisely.
Jul 9 - 04:03 PM
that is without a doubt the most mature response to an unpopular review I have seen bar none. I know I sound douchey. sorry. but thanks.
Oct 5 - 10:02 PM
Well, i am polish and I REALLY dont believe that polish cinematography is anywhere near good... there pops one film once every two or three years... but the rest is simply awefull!
Plastic dialogue, bad acting, worse cutting, absolutly no directing...
thats polish cinematography... and the exeptions like "D%u0141UG" or some others only validade the rule!
Jul 17 - 03:28 AM
PS on this site the film i mentioned (DLUG) goes by the name of THE DEBTH...
really first class movie - but one of a very few!
Jul 17 - 03:31 AM
How anyone can't appreciate the greatness of this film is beyond me, it's an intelligent, superbly shot, thought provoking, moral dilemma, one that keeps you guessing until the very end and you'll be thinking about this movie long after the credits roll. There have been a lot of serial killer flicks that have tried to give an understandable justification to the killer's motives and actions but in Seven when the killer explains the reasons behind his murders it's not so easy to be dismissive and simply pass him off as insane, as Detective Mills learns in a most disturbing fashion.
Jul 26 - 05:33 AM
It resembles neither a Nike commercial OR a Polish art film, bad or otherwise. Clearly, you need to find yourself a new job.
Apr 23 - 12:04 PM
Richard Beachley Jr
The review doesn't make sense, it resembles a cross between a lottery drawing and a bad episode of Step by Step.
Jul 4 - 08:53 AM
bad polish art film. . . what an expert of the polish cinema! one has to be extremely boring and narrow minded to post such comment and not appreciate the genius of a movie like se7en.
Sep 16 - 02:23 PM
Sep 16 - 02:27 PM
You're a true imbecile. I hate it when "critics" such as yourself, talk about how the film is too murky, you obviously didn't understand the film.
Feb 2 - 08:26 PM
You, sir, are a cross between a raped cat and an ugly cockroach... That aside, your prejudices affect heavily most of your reviews.I recommend killing yourself.
Apr 25 - 12:14 AM
I respect your opinion, now go watch the damn movie
Jun 4 - 12:00 PM
Your assessment of this film is repulsive at best. The most unappreciated film of 1995 (better than Braveheart, Apollo 13, Babe, and Sense and Sensibility and should've won Best Picture in my opinion) and possibly the most underrated movie of the entire decade, it changed the crime/mystery/thriller genre forever. When I watched this, I realized that everything I loved about L.A. Confidential (the entire thing) came from some part of this movie.
Jun 17 - 10:05 PM
while I think the movie is definitely fresh, I don't think it deserves much higher than an 85 on the tomato meter (that said, this is a pretty terrible review of a very good film).
Sep 7 - 08:46 PM
So basically what you are saying is, that you have never seen the film. Or perhaps you just want to different, and disagree just to be the odd guy out. One thing I do know is that you sir have no taste in what a good movie is.
Sep 9 - 02:22 PM
Clearly, sir, you have never experienced true Polish cinema. Maybe Dekalog is too deep for you to understand. And Dekalog isn't just some "Polish Art" film, it is a social commentary on life in communist Poland when our modern values come into contact with old Catholic beliefs.
Sep 9 - 05:36 PM
...did you see the film?
Jan 11 - 03:06 AM
An anemic and myopic review, stunning in its lack of perception, insight, or artistic appreciation.
Jun 30 - 02:43 PM