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    Good, not great. Although there is a funny scene or two, this is not a comedy.


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    A very beautiful and complicated film. There's so much art in this film it can be really overwhelming for those who like to get into all the nuances. Tang Wei was amazing, Rodrigo Prieto did an outstanding job as DP, and Ang Lee is really a master at directing actors.

    If you're not into long, complicated, or asian cinema stay away...

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    I was not a big Paul Thomas Anderson guy. I absolutely hated Magnolia (could not finish it) and didn't like Boogie Nights. However, I did highly enjoy Punch Drunk Love, so maybe that was his turning point for me.

    ANYWAY......

    WOW! Totally awesome movie, way better than No Country For Old Men, which I felt was EXTREMELY OVERRATED to put it mildly. Maybe this one should have won best picture instead. I do find it amusing though that a Best Picture award seems to go out to any movie nowadays that is just marginal at best. They used to crank stuff out like this in the 70s on a regular basis. I guess it's just more the state of the movie business: Stale.

    Daniel Day Lewis was the man, as usual. I really liked how the movie does not let any information slide by; everything comes full circle by the end of the film and does not leave any loose ends. This movie was kind of like a well-known, winding canyon road. You might be able to anticipate all of the twists and turns, but you still need a finely-tuned sport sedan to handle them all properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casbahrock77 View Post

    This movie was one of the saddest movies that I have ever seen, but still very watchable. Breathtaking visuals with very lush landscapes and vivid detail.
    Okay, so I saw the Kite Runner. I loved it. Great story, great cinematography, and great direction. One of the best movies I've seen in awhile. Thanks alot for the recommendation.

    I managed to get a copy of Taegukgi, still haven't watched it yet though. Can't wait to see it.

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    I watched Cashback. Great movie.
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    21 i enjoyed it a lot.

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    funny, quirky and yet dark. i LOVED it. the scenes all throughout the small city brought back some good memories. yuri with his "alcoves" obsession was my favorite character. i'm not a big colin farrell fan, but he was pretty good in it. and i always like ralph fiennes... he was almost as fun as yuri was.

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    I saw this for the first time in a while tonight,



    Still funny. Thanks Christopher Guest!

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    It was marketed as a comedy. It was okay.
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