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Recent User Reviews

  1. Jan 27, 2015
    8
    This definitely is film history and one people should watch. It may not be the most exciting film to watch, or the most interesting, but as iThis definitely is film history and one people should watch. It may not be the most exciting film to watch, or the most interesting, but as i found with the film Inside Llyewn Davis it is a nice and pleasant viewing experience. And that's what this film is: an experience. The 12 years of filming works meticulously well and really helps develop the characters as real people. The film is about growing up, and the reason the message and work comes across so well is because that's literally what happens: they grow up. Other films that try this with different actors don't really work and you find them a little too boring or sentimental, but this film works with the growing up mechanic so well that you can really relate to the film even if you don't follow a life like the one portrayed in the film. I must say the acting is pretty solid pretty much from the get go, but the character Sam i found a little bit obvious as not being a real person. However, all the other actora felt genuine, and that's why i felt i connected with this film. A must watch. Full Review »
  2. Jan 27, 2015
    7
    A great idea for a sci-fi movie; the ensemble cast does well in all the confusion. Entertaining and with a good ending. Give this a try, youA great idea for a sci-fi movie; the ensemble cast does well in all the confusion. Entertaining and with a good ending. Give this a try, you will enjoy it. Full Review »
  3. Jan 27, 2015
    9
    A No-BullSh** type movie period.

    It does not attempt to ease the viewers at any moment. The movie masterfully depicts the grotesque and
    A No-BullSh** type movie period.

    It does not attempt to ease the viewers at any moment.
    The movie masterfully depicts the grotesque and depressing atmosphere of war and those who are caught up in it while also including many deep intellectual dialogues that we do not really expect out of a WW2 movie.
    In my opinion, the whole movie was as shocking and powerful like the Normandy landing scene of "Saving Private Ryan".
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  4. This one trick pony of a movie might appeal to self-referential AKtors or theatre luvvies but most normal people will find this a bit of aThis one trick pony of a movie might appeal to self-referential AKtors or theatre luvvies but most normal people will find this a bit of a chore. It feels like a play (no cuts, see?) and had a few fleeting moments of interest but why they hell couldn't they hire a proper screen writer and editor? Full Review »
  5. Jan 27, 2015
    10
    A divisive film. Love it or hate it. It's dream-like noir cinematography is undeniably masterly. Reminded me of the best movie moments fromA divisive film. Love it or hate it. It's dream-like noir cinematography is undeniably masterly. Reminded me of the best movie moments from Martin Scorcese, David Lynch, Jonathan Glazer or Sergio Leone. What was most brilliant was it's narrative style - perfectly unfolding, revealing, enthralling, emotionally satisfying right until the last frame. Yes it is violent, but the violence always served the story. The main themes of ethics and retribution felt so right. Gosling played the perfect anti-hero and his nemesis Pansringham is one of the most compellingly bad-ass cops in movie history - horrific and honourable in equal measures. A masterpiece Full Review »

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