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it never gets to real emotions due to, in my opinion, bad casting
Jim Carrey seems to know too much about making movies and this really prevents him to become the character. He can play the shy guy, he can play the little infant. However he's still not playing the man in love. He looks anxious but yet not passionate, not moved deep inside. He just knows how to look good and that's it. To the Academy members, please don't nominate Mr Carrey. He's got a long way to go before he reaches a convincing drama role.
Kauffman's screenplay is amazing. At times it reaches the same level of complexity and absurdity than Woody Allen's stories. And this should be taken as a compliment. I wish him lots of his books produced.
Great story, if only Lacuna Inc exists...
I'll tell you whom I love: Mike Nichols for great comedies; Meryl
Streep for 99% of her work; Al Pacino at some pictures; actor playing
Belize, hey! great job! Justin: hope to see you along a lot! Thomas
Now, Emma? With all my respect I never liked you, except in Love Actually.
A mini like this cannot be seen at home all the way. It's not a movie. It was designed to be delivered in small edible chapters week after week.
Too much text -esp. on Louis- that drove me off.
All in all, I'm very disappointed.
do you think your town is the only cosmopolitan place on earth? do you
have issues with your mom? has your dad been absent for some time? is
your brother a loser?
this portrait of a man in crisis is funnily descriptive, sharply accurate and surprisingly moving. I just loved it! excellent camera, screenplay, direction and acting. the leads are outstanding and the secondaries superb.
Daniel Burman and Daniel Hendler have reached the perfect timing to expose contemporary idiosyncrasy in the finest shape.
don't miss this movie! you are going to love the lead so much that you
long for the story not to end, ever. beautiful x-ray picture about
and on-stage life. desire, passion, lust, envy, jealousy... all so
best musical on screen. Bob Fosse's tribute to himself. deserved.
when everything seems lost, when life is too challenging, when standards
far away, these wise women show us there is always a way. and they not
enjoy it but makes us enojy it too. surrealism helps the viewer to ease
struggling and improve creativity about lifestyles.
close to an inner-trip. a timeless movie to recall forever.
so many odd characters make it impossible not to recognize one at least. or even get identified with your own darkest moments, especially when nothing happens as it is supposed to. to enjoy this delightful movie, it is advised to open up one's mind and strive to see the bright side in this one too.