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Maybe I'm getting old & less prone to the trills of violence in movies, but if it wasn't for the partially redeeming ending I would get it 2 stars.
An unusual story, set in Mongolia. I enjoyed it's sensibility & subtle charm.
Great cast (De Niro being who drew me to it), disturbing plot, morally challenging (put generously), if not offensive.
A heartwarming story of hope & the mystery of belief.
I'm a big Edward Norton fan and he didn't disappoint me, but the movie was distrubing. The take-away moment was Sweeny's (Avery Brooks) question, "What have you done to make things better?"
I'm a big X-Men fan & this movie filled some important holes in my understanding for Wolverine.
Did Duval win an Oscar for this? One of his best performances.
I haven't read any of the books but have seen the movies. This one was lame, the romance angle was over played & the plot advanced very little.
A modern Fellini-like movie in it's artistic weirdness at points. I was annoyed at the soundtrack interfering with the dialogue, not sure if it was my TV, the DVD or the actual movie itself. Klimt's works are fascinating, & the movie does make a cogent interpretation of the complex genius behind the art.
Another slow paced, delightful Mongolian movie.
Daniel Day-Lewis carried the movie to his well deserved Oscar. Instantly became a big fan of his. I need to watch it again.
Watching Avatar in 3D was very enjoyable. The story/plot was much better than I anticipated based on reviews. The bad corporate/military villan needed some tempering & a few of the support roles could have been better developed, but overall highly recommended.
The first movie were I would consider the soundtrack as another character.