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Stain on In the Mood for Love (2000)
Not in the mood for Wong Kar-wai
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Spunkie on Sense and Sensibility (1995)
As good as an Austen adaptation gets. Lee's effort is top-notch on this one, it's a delight to watch, however I basically despise Austen's sensibilities.
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rrees on Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
An excellent character study film with a unusually upbeat but realistic message. Sort of like the anti-Candide.
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mistermaddog on Armored (2009)
Worse character in the lead. One of the worse scripts ever written. Bad directing, bad acting. Unnecessarily supposed-to-be-good actors present. Another boring Hollywood thing.
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FitFortDanga on Halloween (1978)
There is a lot to appreciate about Halloween: the slow build-up, the way Carpenter shows horror lurking the most innocent corners of small-town America, the excellent score (by Carpenter himself) and use of stings, and the creation of a slasher icon, Michael Myers. But in the end it's still just a slasher flick. A good slasher flick, but nothing more. This really isn't one of my favorites anymore.
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magb on The Terminator (1984)
A phenomenal idea and the imposing physical presence of Arnold make The Terminator a good movie with several iconic sequences, but the sequel is a good deal better.
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thaklos on W. (2008)
Brolin brings a ton of charisma, but the film ultimately doesn't have that much to say, and ends up feeling pretty incomplete. Definitely an interesting attempt, but I suspect ten years would have improved the outcome.
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KhaaL on Rango (2011)
They've done a grand job on the characters and the feel of the movie. My only complains are about some of the jokes and situations that are plain silly and the action scenes, which are too long. This is a must see for all western lovers.
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whatismyname on Metropolis (1927)
I was just bored with this movie, I don't see it as the classic many others rank it as.
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KAH on The Seventh Seal (1957)
Often described as a philosophical movie about life and death, and sure, it is, but I actually prefer other Bergman films if I want to be challenged in that way. No, for me this is just as much an entertaining and light-hearted movie, a celebration of life.
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