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Truly touching film that was well written, well directed, and well performed. We need more films like this that show men NOT BEING TOXIC and being compassionate to others. It was nice to see a male friendship that isn't based on getting drunk, high, or picking up on women. Whole cast was great.
Loved it! I did think it was a bit too long but other than that,I quite enjoyed this. Yes, I am a fan of the original and grew up watching it. I thought they did a very good job paying homage to the original and carrying the torch for a new generation. The whole cast is fabulous but Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel Miranda do steal the show. Special brownie points for Dick Van Dyke's cameo ... and he can still dance at 93! WOW! This is a kids movie for sure but if you are an adult who is a kid at heart or at least still in touch with your inner child, this is a great film. My favorite though, were the lamplighters (or "learies"), led by Manuel....they alone are worth it. Good stuff.
I liked this movie and don't understand the negative criticism. It's not a documentary - someone already made one of those so if that's what you are looking for, see Marwencol the documentary. This movie serves a different purpose. It's very creative and requires the use of imagination and I really enjoyed the view into the fictional fantasy of Marwen as seen thru Hogencamp's point of view via the dolls and his creation of Marwen. I think all the actors did a great job. I would have liked to see more of the real characters that the dolls are based on - especially Julie (Janell Monae). I think Steve Carell did a very good job in this role and the criticism is way out of line. I cared very much about this man and yes, I wanted to know more about his life previous to Marwen and about the attack - but again, this was not a documentary so I read up on the real story to satisfy my curiosity and I plan on viewing the documentary to follow up.This movie is an artistic expression and commentary on both the true story and the art that Mr. Hogencamp created and I was completely engaged. To each his own I supposed but I liked this movie very much.
I'm surprised this doesn't have a higher score. This became one of my favorite movies when i first saw it. I have seen it repeatedly since. I think there has to be something deeply wrong with anyone who didn't like it. First, kudos to Bonnie Hunt for her writing, directing, and acting. I don't care if anyone finds the romantic plot sappy or predictable or unbelievable - I didn't and I found it all very emotional and endearing. I think the Cast is excellent. What a freaking fantastic ensemble! All the leads are excellent but that supporting cast is like the best heavy hitting dream baseball team. I love that i both laughed and cried - I know that sounds cliche' but it's more true for this movie than any other I have seen. Bonnie Hunt's genius is that she serves up realism in such a recognizable way. I'm one of those people who loves that stuff - I pay attention the little things and there is a lot of "little things" happening in this movie. The business of life is happening all around in every scene and I recommend watching it more than once because you might find you missed some fun moments and great lines on the first viewing. Some of my favorite moments (without giving too much away) 1. David Dechovny and David Allen Greir share a short emotional moment early on in the movie that makes me cry EVERY TIME. Kudos to them for their performances and kudos to Bonnie for making this beautiful moment happen between two male friends. We don't see men getting that emotional, crying, and offering support to eachother that way too often in the movies (especially with straight guys) and I wish we saw that more often. Attention movie makers - pay attention - we need more of that. 2. Any time Bonnie Hunt and Jim Belushi are on screen together as this married couple with kids is a pure hilarious joy. So much humor, love, and realism. Very down-to-earth and familiar. I know these people. I like them. The kids make the picture complete and add to the humor. 3. The older generation characters lead by Carroll O'conner and Robert Logia. Holy cow.... I wanted to take all of them home with me and I truly believe O'conner delivered one of this best performances ever in this film and it was his last - which I find a fitting tribute. Joely Richardson deserves credit for her work in the beginning of the film as much as Duchovny and Driver do for their leading roles in the rest of the film. I liked these characters. I cared about them. I could have been friends with them. I love how it all came together. I think th is movie is greatly underappreciated. One of my all time favorites for sure.
This is an excellent film. As usual, Spike Lee delivers in every way. From a great cast, do his artistic direction and style, this is a poignant story that is very relevant to what is happening currently in our country. Thank you, Spike, for sharing this history with us and for the very classy move of honoring the memory of Heather Heyer at the end. Thank You.