If you go into a film looking for things to bitch about you're not a film lover or a film critic, you're a cynical asshole. Jar Jar Binks are you fucking kidding me?
"we're treated to 3D lines of text from the novel that drift across the screen like the effluvia of the world's most pretentious skywriter."
Hallett, you're the best.
Fargo yes Raising Arizona maybe. Millers crossing and no country are weak.
Isn't every other movie ever made about "other people's problems?" Malick makes movies for people that have experienced life, who think about life and what it means to live and love. If you've ever been in a relationship you can feel what the characters are going through without having to be told why and how.
Roger Eberts final film review before he died was for To the wonder, I recommend that one http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/to-the-w…
Yes, I was hoping Henriksen would write another batshit review. Nitpicking things that shouldn't be nitpicked and completely missing the point. I'm going to see it Asap. Boyle has never let me down before.
Henriksen finds it tonally uneven. AKA It's probably one of the more original and challenging movies that will come out this year. Travers highly recommends. Go see it.
I've got high hopes for this one. But I think I'll let some of my more eager friends spend their money first, and get a real honest review from them.
My favourite movie of the past few years. It's not perfect; Gucci Mane's performance is a let down (he's out thugged by Franco) and the ending doesn't live up to all of the dreamy delirium that's built up before it, but there are a panoply of unforgettable scenes and classy, artful elements throughout. Dismiss it at your own peril.
This is an impressively inept thread. Nice work, jackasses.
Don't need to see it to know that it is typical of many recent Hollywood comedies; unfunny, gross and generally geared towards very dumb teenagers
@DumassA, just because a person isn't black doesn't mean they can't comment on race, you do in nearly every comment you write. What makes you an authority? Maybe a lifetime of crying about it because you never put any real effort into gaining real, marketable skills? Grow up!
This is stale, predictable Hollywood.
Every bad review I've read of this movie is either by someone who a) hasn't seen it, b) hates it because they feel like they ought to, and not necessarily because they do, or c) because they're missing the point entirely. Since when were films our moral standard bearers? Are we back in midieval Europe where art was basically just made to preach? Last time I checked art was about experimenting with and expanding our symbolic languages. If you think Django isn't doing this, that its just a vacuous stylistic ad for a racist narcissist, then you're missing the point. If you simply don't like it (which is fair enough), that's fine, but your personal subjectivities are just that- thy have nothing to do with whether or not the film is good or bad. Oh and Spike Lee is a pompous old hasbeen who couldn't write a script like Tarantino's to save his life.
Trustifarian shitwigs or white guy cornrows...tough call.
Wait, this is supposed to be a review?
@Clifton Brooks: While Mister Farakhan is technically a member of the Fruit of Islam. But he's not really an active Fruit of Islam participant. I'm amazed that you're ignorant of the details of one of the most prolific Black Nationalistic groups out there. But then... I really shouldn't ever be amazed at your ignorance; it really knows no bounds.
Will someone please review Inappropriate Comedy?
Uhhhh RiFF RAFF, that's who he's channeling, not gary oldman.
You mean Louis Farakhan?
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