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An engrossing, true life tale of a hard living man who contracts AIDS. Only given a short time to live by the doctors he refuses to accept their diagnosis and goes about treating himself with un-approved medicines. It is the personal story of a man fighting for his life and his rights in a world where laws are made not to help individuals but to control them. Refusing to be told how to take care of himself while dying of a terminal disease the main character finds life in the process of death.
Wish I had seen this on a date as it's a hell o a date movie.
Wasn't sure what to expect but the story and acting were engrossing, touching and often very funny. Like a good date movie it deals with relationships and what makes a relationship and the pains and joys of love. Re-watched it with a female friend and found I had missed bits and pieces so was more enjoyable on a second viewing. I see this is Phoenix's highest rated film and I think I have agree with that.
I will give this a 90% because it was a good story, nothing great but good, the rest of the film is great. The acting and directing and music and everything was pretty great. Not the type o movie or everyone though.
This is called a black comedy and I have always considered myself a fan o such fare but this to me had no comedy in it at all. This film is a straight drama, a bit artsy but did not have one funny moment. Edward Norton claims to have laughed uncontrollably when he first read the script.... I don't get the joke.
An intense psychological drama which never rushes and is bristling with confidence.
I first saw part of a 3rd season episode and was more than intrigued. So I went back and watched episode 1 and thought holy crap, it could have been a film and I'd have been super satisfied, how would it live up to it's own standards with each new episode? Then after season 4 I thought how could they keep it going and not lose quality? Quality of acting, story, direction, something. It never happened, this series started off nearly perfect and maintained it till the last second. You kind of knew how things would turn out and you didn't. In the end I don't think anyone was disappointed, if they were then they're simply impossible. Without a doubt a career highlight for all involved, Aaron Paul will be hard pressed to ever deliver this quality again. Bryan Cranston was brilliant in so many ways. Even the character I disliked were well done and portrayed.
One of the best series of all time and I've watched a lot, from I Love Lucy to MASH to Game of Thrones. Breaking Bad is in My Top Five television shows of all time.
So far so good, this Gotham series is heads and shoulders above those terrible although I guess loved Chris Nolan films. In my opinion this is the best live action "Batman" we've gotten on since Tim Burton's two films. I am not sure the show can remain as good as it has started out but perhaps it can improve. Great casting, my favourite is Camren Bicondova as Selina, that girl has superstar written all over her. An interesting and thus far rewarding look at the back stories of characters we know well.