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Plenty of fun but in need of more pedicide.
A thoroughly entertaining romp with Shane Black's signature dialog making the entire affair both a hoot and a holler.
Really interesting Noir from Nicholas Ray.
It's sort of the Dusk till Dawn of it's day. It's a picture of two distinct halves.
The first a police film.
The second a chase.
It's easy to see why this film, with it's early use of hand held camera was an inspiration for the French new wave.
As Godard said "Nicholas Ray is cinema"
Oh Damn Lindelof, you always disappoint me in the third act...
More insightful than a lot of documentaries on cinema, but not as insightful as the best of them.
A damn fine gangster pic
The first act is a mess and then after that the film is a lot of fun. Kudos to Whedon for finally making the Hulk not suck. (to be fair I like the Ang Le version, Just none of the parts when Bana was the Hulk).
Great performances and defiantly funny, but it feel like it's missing something.
Like an ending maybe.
I liked it, didn't love it. One of the better not-totally-generic-but-still-totally predictable rom-com in recent years.
Really enjoyed the hell out of this. Worth watching, but even more so, worth discussing afterward.
Not bad, but not great. Has couple of good "holy crap did that just happen?!" moments, but a few of those does not a good movie make.
Okay, so you're girlfriend/boyfriend/"special friend", wants to see Breaking Dawn, part 2 and you don't.
But if you downright refuse, you know their is going to be hell to pay. So what do you do?
You watch the film as a comedy.
But Ken!? Twilight isn't a comedy! It's a mela-dramatic "romance" about "vampires".
Well that's where you're wrong. Breaking Dawn part 1, is like the fever dream of a 12-year-old bi-polar girl. Everything is turned up way past 11, to the rarely used "Mexican Soap Opera" setting. The histrionics of this film makes Showgirls look like it was directed by Ozu. Simply hilarious.
I am, in no way, shape or form, saying this is a good movie. But, in the right frame of mind, it can be very entertaining. Oh and the cinematography is GORGEOUS. So there's that.
But come on, how many movies do you get to see a vampire-teeth Cesarean AND a werewolf fall in love with a baby?
A fun alternative to the regular Christmas faire, The best way to describe Rare Exports is The Thing, as directed by Steven Speilberg, on a low budget, set in Norway, with Santa as the titular character.
And it's kind of awesome...until it kind of endorses slavery at the end (or at least "human" trafficking.
But, you'll probably hate it.
Imagine Night at the Opera meets Airplane meets Day and Night. This movie is literally one gag after another, loosely strung together by a plot. And for no reason at all, Frankenstein turns up near the end.
My favorite Woody Allen film since Crimes and Misdemeanors.
Tied with Contagion for my favorite movie of the year. It reduced me to tears several times.
How can you not love the Muppets?