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Scandinavian humour and a good story of a bitter man who comes to terms with himself.
Romantic journey to self-forgiveness. *A bit* too hollywood style.
Surprisingly not boring despite the length and initially unclear plot. Tarantino can always keep you entertained!
Great film to watch after you have just been to Uganda! So much easier to connect with the feel of it. Of course being Disney it's overly cheerful, but it's great that this fairly unusual topic (girls in the African slums playing chess) made it to the big screen. An inspiring true story that presents chess as a cool sport for everyone regardless of gender or background.
This was absolutely magical.
One of the rare American mainstream films with an original concept behind it. Picking up on the growing anti-consumerist, minimalist and mindful trends of approaching the world. Makes you question your daily habits if you haven't yet started to.
Slow paced drama with great small funny moments interspersed among the tragedies of a man coming to terms with the fact his life is a mess.
Moving and surprisingly original.
Was enjoyably weird, bleak and curiously comic-like for most part, until he last bit where Kubrick's mastery gave way to Spielberg's over-exaggerated sentimentalism. The last 30 minutes is redundant and spoils the whole film, effectively erasing the memory of its good part. What a shame.
Wonderful film, slightly surrealist scenes and a dark/ironic portrayal of the history of Israel.
Absolutely disgusting humour for my taste. The level of idiocy that's beyond my tolerance of what "silly comedy" should contain.
Interesting idea for a film, yet the "unique style" did not compensate for the boring and fully predictable plot. Perhaps that was also a feature of the fils of that era, in which case Soderbergh nailed it.
I have little sympathy for any of the characters other than Spock so I find it hard to relate to this fully. An enjoyable brain-less watch, let's say I only almost fell asleep as I was tired.
A bit too heavy on college-style humour, and not dark enough for my sci-fi taste. An enjoyable watch nevertheless.
Well made film about a woman trying to piece her life back together after surviving a terrorist attack. Reymond Amsalem, on whose shoulders lies most of the film, is an impressive actress.
Wow, not a "Friday night in" type of film. Swank is pretty remarkable here, but the subject is (predictably) heavy and of course (and this shouldn't b a spoiler to anyone) there is no happy ending here.
Very tense story of loosing a loved one to Alzheimer's.