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Round Trip (2003)
Very Good Movie
Very inexpensively made movie, yet very good. Yet the writing was very good. As someone who has experience with women from Africa, it is very accurate regarding the problems that gay women face in Africa. One of the best things about the film was the way the director included the images of the child's drawings to "narrate" the story. It was interesting to see how prejudicial against blacks Jews in Israel can be, while at the same time being afraid of the Arabs/Muslims that they live alongside. I am surprised that this movie was not included in the Sundance Film Festival, considering its "independent" nature and themes.
Total waste of film and money!!!
I don't know which is worse. The fact that these people actually got paid to do this movie or that I paid 3.50 to see this movie. It is totally ludicrous!!!! The writing and the effects and the acting were all so elementary that I could have gotten a few friends together, some costumes, and some props and done the same thing!!!!!
Moulin Rouge! (2001)
Eye-candy, artistic -- and unbearable silliness
I loved the sets, the original songs, and the basic story line was trite but entertaining, and the bits of humor were good, but when they went off into "Material Girl" or "Like a Virgin" or other modern songs (though "Your Song" was done acceptably) I was like, "This is so stupid!!!!!"
Freak City (1999)
The idea is a bit outdated and hard to imagine
Today, people like them would be put in an assisted living situation or some other situation. The idea is always to strive for the most normalized environment-the environment closest to what other people experience everyday---even if they were on SSI or if money was an issue. There are actually few institutions like that left--those that are look very little like that hospital.
The fact that the main character was over 18 makes it even harder to believe because if she did not want to live there then there is no way they could make her stay.