- Dec 31, 2007
Herr Kier noch einmal
After 1 hour and 10 minutes of this 2 hour movie, sheer utter drudgery that good acting couldn't save, I couldn't wait to get out and run to the nearest bar for a stiff drink
a film that really felt like watching paint dry.
It was horrendously boring, awful, not in the slightest bit entertaining, simply dreadful
I wasted bus fare, cinema ticket fees, sweets and tea money and I'm living on the poverty line! Now I'm sitting here at home seriously pissed off at the waste of an evening.
Days fading into nights, fading into day. Day and night creeping together to a gray nothingness, and no thought. Only each minute's fear of the next. So tired after six days without a moment's rest. And so restless, through the slow hours of night. I lost any consciousness of will and then nothing at all. A gray nothingness. I didn't even have a second to measure pain by, there being now no time without pain, thus pain cease to exist.
I had a somewhat wonderful and wacky evening with Polanski's "Repulsion" last week which I'd somehow never seen. Deneuve was superbly dumb and blank throughout and you could see the hate for Polanski etched on her face as it got more and more out there
if anyone's local pusher deals in Georgian wares there's a sweet GAY INTEREST treat with a Georgian Timothée out there
Oh really? I've got it on THE LIST but never really fancy it.I watched Les Miserables the other night (the 2019 ghetto version)
very good and very current
Oh really? I've got it on THE LIST but never really fancy it.
I watched this last night and it was indeed sublime. I can't stop thinking about it.
Ignore the daft Hollywood Reporter quote on the poster, but the NYT one that gets it spot on.
Oh really? I thought it was going to be quite the opposite and be all cerebral and heavy going!when I say 'very good' I mean required little in terms of time and thinking, like a gritty Intouchables. watch it when you don't want to think too hard and need to kill an hour and a half
I don't know why there's not a proper proper trailer but Kore-eda has toned down the Nippon hardships
and turned up the French drama with Deneuve and Binoche. WHAT