One of first Hollywood films about the effects of genetic engineering on human conduct, Andrew Niccol's directing debut is an intelligent and timely sci-fi that, despite some illogical plot contrivances, is emotionally engaging almost up to the end.
I am a movie buff & this was the most moving & inspiring movie that I have ever seen! Being that it is based on real events makes it even more astounding. If they had not taken their fate into their own hands & found their way out of the Andes mountains, they all would've perished & no one would have known that they had survived for over 2 months without help. Everyone over the age of 17 should see this movie!
This is a considered film that lacks the immediacy of a blunt message like the more simplistic Super Size Me, or the punchy, smokescreen climax of a film like Syriana to send the audience out feeling enlightened.
A handsome production that nicely evokes the 1920s and a likeable cast headed by McConaughey can't compensate for a Western-gangster film that's too diffuse and lacks a discernibel POV to be dramatically engaging.
A MUST SEE FOR ALL PEOPLE THAT LOVE THIER PARENTS..
THIS WILL RIP YOU HEART OUT, LAUGH YOU BUT OFF, GET MAD, SMILE
REALLY TOUCHES ALL THE EMOTIONS OF THE HEART
A MUST SEE FOR DAD'S AND SON'S WHOSE RELATIONSHIP HAS KINDA OF SLIPPED AWAY A BIT OVER THE YEARS!
HOPE YOU ENJOY!
i love reality bites. i loved it since i first saw it. great career starter for ben stiller and ethan hawke. and winona shined as usual in her unique winona-esque way. i'd recommend that people see this movie. it proves that making it on your own is no easy feat. it makes you appreciate the hard work that you're parents did for you. there is also a big lesson in this movie about learning to accept people from all walks of life. and, these walks of life are necessary in realizing who we are and who we want to be. reality bites....nuff said.
Domino, based on the life of Domino Harvey, with extras included, including interviews with cast and Domino Harvey herself.\nPoint Of No Return. An excellent performance by Bridget Fonda with cameos by Anne Bancroft and Harvey Keitel.\nTaking Lives is a gritty film, requiring large amounts of popcorn\/chips.\nLong Kiss Goodnight with Geena Davis and Samuel Jackson, my favorite Geena Davis film after Accidental Tourist. Geena \u2018Charlie\u2019, superbly plays and amnesiac assassin, with her past life coming back to revisit her; how she deals with it after which only then is \u2018Charlie\u2019 able to move on. The beautiful visual (great photography) closing to the film finds \u2019Charlie\u2019 and her family are FREE.