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Indian director Rohan Sippy was making a movie that was part Jackie Brown, Goodfellas, Trainspotting, Usual Suspects -- with a techno Bollywood vibe pulsating throughout.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock starts this movie out telling us it will be about product placement in films and that to make this movie, it would all be funded by vario
The movie quickly falls into every ridiculous movie cliché you’ve seen before, and that have been done better in every other movie I’ve seen.
This movie will tank at the box office, and critics aren’t being kind to it. That’s a shame, because it’s going to be a cult classic.
Director Pablo Trapero (Lion’s Den, Born and Bred) gave us an interesting gritty film, with one of the best endings I’ve seen all year.
This whole story with the wife showing some backbone and the equality message is okay, but so what.
The subject matter and what occurs should’ve done the trick. The problem is that it’s boring, predictable, and amateurishly done.
It’s the classic whodunit: an ancient billionaire and his mistress are murdered in cold blood.
This flight of fancy has all the vibrant colors of Up, and lets the world know that Blue Sky Studios (Ice Age) wants to give Pixar a run for their money.
This is a job for...Super...Bounty Hunter?
It’s strange the amount of things we know about Lincoln, and so little about a woman that may or may not have conspired to kill the 16th president.
Cool movie poster, horrible movie title.
Directing legend behind Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon
Roger Ebert once said, they shouldn’t remake good movies, but instead the bad movies. They can fix what was bad about them and make them good this time around.
I had no clue who Bill Cunningham the photographer was. And he was a very interesting subject to get to know.


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