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Natale a 5 stelle (2018)
Not good, but not so extremely bad
It's like a theater piece, maybe actually it is, and it's trying to be something like 'His Girl Friday'. But it's not even remotely comparable. On the other hand, it doesn't deserve 1 star rating, like in some other reviews. It has it's moments. But only moments.
...ictable. That's just what I've wanted to say. It's not a thriller, but after a time one starts to care about the characters. And it's never easy to tell what is going to happen next, or if it's going to end happily or not. An extreme contrast to the current films.
Duel at Diablo (1966)
Good & interesting
It starts unusually and grips your attention. Overall a good film, without many mistakes. The one I can remember is the scene of the first battle, where lot of Indians are just standing around, like waiting, and doing nothing. Nothing else.
Family Business (2019)
Quite all right
It's interesting and funny. Not in the American way. Only the last episode, I didn't like some parts of it, e.g. the pissing part.
the best in years
It is incredible how even in the 3rd season, when almost every show is starting to falter, this series is still fresh, interesting and new. Furthermore, some of the best episodes are in the season 3.
Some characters, like David, really make sense, and actually DO exist, as in real life.
And that happens rarely in the majority of US shows and films. Only in the European or Asian films.
The Canadian origin could be the reason.
Acting, direction... are almost too god for a tv show.
After Earth (2013)
I truly enjoyed the film. And I thought it's the one of the great sci-fi movies, only for those who are a bit more intelligent.
And then I saw this. 4.5 ratings, and the bunch of 1 star ratings.
I don't understand it.
I noticed the film is a little slower at times, but so what? Kurosawa said the moviegoers had been spoiled with the action films, but those films were not really the cinema.
I think I like quality films, of good directors, and I liked this one. It's not among the actual best films in any category, but it's ok. All the tech gadgets seemed logical enough. And above all, the story reflects and depicts the battles inside man's soul.
A children's movie
Come on, it's obviously made only for children. That's highly obvious. So complaining about it seems a little bit ...
Nevertheless, the base is ok, but with just a little more effort they could have made it more believable. In just few points. Not more than that, and the film would've been just all right.
It is a moderately good film. Fine photography. The actor that played Picasso was not good enough, so all your attention and sympathy go to Modigliani. And Andy Garcia was wonderful here. If you like his face - you'll probably like the movie. He's very convincing.
I like the moment when Picasso and Modigliani imitated one another in the car. And it's a funny scene when Picasso put his hand on the gun in a café, only because Modigliani was a little crazy.
I don't like the scenes where they painted for the competition, cause the scenes were too modern, too part of our time and not of Picasso's time, and the scene in which Modigliani died and Jeanne cried - it's not convincing enough.
The actress that played Jeanne resembles very much the girl in his paintings.