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Film Review: ‘Murmur of the Hearts’

21 March 2015 4:00 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Mapping how a painter, her boxer b.f and her tour-guide brother make their bumpy passage through adulthood, “Murmur of the Hearts” is suffused with elegiac yearning. This introspective drama marks a transition for actress-helmer-scribe Sylvia Chang, from rapt romances (“Tempting Heart”) and family dramedies (“Tonight Nobody Goes Home”) to complex intergenerational dialogue. Set extensively on Taiwan’s Lyudao, a prison island with strong metaphorical resonance, the film represents an impressive comeback for Macanese actress Isabella Leong with an engrossing emotional arc, though its magical-realist touches, including phantoms and mermaids, are a tad forced. The pic should elicit respectable responses in Chinese-speaking territories and find appreciation from non-arthouse fests.

The screenplay by helmer Chang and Taiwan-based Nipponese thesp Yukihiko Kageyama employs a sometimes needlessly intricate structure, shuttling between the protags’ quasi-fantastical childhood memories and their restless present-day lives. Siblings Yu-mei (Leong) and Yu-nan (Lawrence Ko) were born on Lyudao, or “Green Island, »

- Maggie Lee

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The Boy Next Door movie review: boys will be psychos

25 February 2015 8:19 AM, PST | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Reaches beyond ordinary laughable movie nonsense to create a moment — only one, alas — that will reign in the annals of cheesy cinematic history. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Isn’t it amazing how guys in movies get to have decades-younger wives and girlfriends and it’s not a problem, not even a thing to be mentioned, but let a woman get in on the fun and enjoy some sexytime with a hot-bodied barely overage youngster, and suddenly it’s instant nightmare? That’s what happens to high-school lit teacher Claire (Jennifer Lopez: What to Expect When You’re Expecting) when Noah (Ryan Guzman: Step Up All In) moves in next door. The film goes to great lengths to reassure us that Noah and his abs are 19, almost 20 years old, but that he needs »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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'The Boy Next Door' (2015) Movie Review

21 January 2015 8:23 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Nineteen-year-old Noah (played by 27-year-old Ryan Guzman) has moved in next door to Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez), apparently to care for his shockingly decrepit looking uncle who's in need of a bone marrow transplant. After fixing Claire's garage door, befriending her son and proclaiming his love for the "classics" (Claire teaches classic literature at the local high school), he eventually, and rather forcefully, woos Claire into having sex with him. You see, Claire is vulnerable, her husband cheated on her and now she can't decide whether or not she's going to go back to him or just screw all the local teenagers. After her first dip in the teenage pool it seems she's decided that's a bad idea, but Noah isn't too keen on letting her go that easily. "Let the games begin," he tells her before peeling off in his truck. Oh, let them begin indeed! Directed by Rob Cohen, »

- Brad Brevet

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