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A Walk in the Clouds 1995

A Walk in the Clouds depicted a story about a young-married US military soldier, named Paul, who returned home after the World War II. In the middle of the way back home, he accidentally...

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I'm not much into love stories but this is one of the few exceptions. The acting, the script all comes together to make this one of the best. I've watched it many times and will continue to watch it more

:ha Thanks for sharing this

Right, so Keanu Reeves really can't act. This movie's plot had potential and could have been good if given a little more money, and talent. It seemed cheap and a rip off of some of the better movies of its type. I guess, after seeing Legends of the Fall, you'd have to do a lot better than this....
For some reason I stopped posting reviews up here a while ago, so I'm gonna start again. These are old as hell, btw.

Mars Attacks (1996) **

When I first saw this movie in 1996, I hated it. I was a kid, and I thought it was one of the worst movies I'd ever seen. I saw it again now, a slightly older kid... and I still think it sucks, although now I understand WHY it sucks. Based on a series of trading cards, Mars Attacks features Jack Nicholson as the President of the United States who gets wind of an upcoming visit to Earth by the Martians; they come in peace, but due to a misunderstanding, they instead decide to wipe out the human race. It's meant as a sort of homage/parody of the Mars-invaders subgenre of the 50's, and visually, it pulls this off. As far as laughs or originality goes, well, better luck next time. The film obviously relies on its gargantuan cast to run free with the material, but it soon becomes a tired game of Kill-the-Celeb. Still, when you put Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Martin Short, Annette Bening, Danny DeVito, Pierce Brosnan, Michael J. Fox, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rod Steiger, Tom Jones (the one and only), Jim Brown, Lukas Haas, Natalie Portman, Pam Grier, Lisa Marie, Sylvia Sidney, Jack Black, Joe Don Baker and Paul Winfield in one movie, you're bound to have at least a couple of moments. These are too few and far between to ever make the movie more than that: an endless series of cameos and bad jokes that could not have been funny to anyone except to a writer who, tellingly, only did a small film since.

Kill Bill: Vol 2 (2004) ****1/2

In many ways, I think that this one is a lot more Tarantino-esque than the first one. It's a more atypical film but it's also a more rewarding film than the first volume (which, mind you, I loved). So, when we left off the Bride at the end of Volume 1, she had gone Krakatoa on both O-Ren Ishii and Vernita Green; this leaves hillbilly strip-lcub bouncer Budd (Michael Madsen), one-eyed, cold-hearted bitch Elle Driver (Darryl Hannah) and of course, Bill (David Carradine). Predictably, The Bride doesn't get it too easy; she's buried alive, beaten repeatedly, shot in the chest with rock salt, cut, punched, kicked, slapped and maimed in pretty much any way you can imagine. There's a lot less action this time around, but we ARE treated to a great scene where The Bride is trained by martial-arts hardass Pai Mei (Gordon Liu). Tarantino's famous dialogue is a lot more present here, as well. The acting is exemplary all around, with Carradine superb as the titular Bill. I have trouble writing down my thoughts about Tarantino films, because... there truly is no writing that can do them justice. Tarantino makes such vivid, visceral films that they really do speak for themselves.

A Walk In The Clouds (1995) ***

This is one of those movies that people refer to when they say something happens 'just like in the movies'. Every single damn thing that happens in this movie is predictable... oddly enough, this ends up being one of the film's biggest assets. Keanu Reeves plays a young man just in from the war who goes off to "find himself". He proceeds to 'meet cute' about 12 times with a young woman named Victoria (Aitana Sanchez-Gijon) who reveals to him that oen of her professors has gotten her pregnant and that her father (Giancarlo Giannini) will not have any of that. He agrees to pass off as her husband for one night and act like he has deserted her... but of course he falls in love with her and her family's vineyard. It's a very, very, very familiar story and it appears there's been no attempt to ever make it anything but; it's an old-fashioned Hollywood romance, complete with scenes of Reeves serenading Sanchez-Gijon by her window and lame, soundstage-shot war flashbacks (actually, flashback, as far as I can tell it's always the same footage). This familiarity actually suits the film to a point... that is, if you can get past Keanu Reeves' jawdroppingly bad performance. I've seen quite a few movies with this guy, and he's rarely any good... but this is possibly the worst I've ever seen him do. He keeps the same expression frozen on his face in every scene and delivers every line in the same flat tone. The rest of the cast does much better, however, and Anthony Quinn positively walks off with the movie as Don Pedro, the patriarch of the Aragon family. It's beautifully shot by director Alfonoso Arau and entertaining enough; I suppose the film's main quality is that it manages to work despite an extremely weak central performance.

Thirteen (2003) **

99 minutes of screeching teenage hypberbole; yay. I'm always on the lookout for a teen film that doesn't trivialize adolescence... but this is the complete opposite. Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood) is a typical thirteen-year old girl who lives with her hippie-ish hairdresser mother (Holly Hunter) and her brother. After the coolest girl in school makes a crack about her socks, she decides to change her image and befriends said coolest girl, Evie Zamora (Nikki Reed), in one of the most unconvincing let's-be-friends scenes ever. They proceed to become best friends and do literally every rebellious-teenage-girl thing you could possibly think of: shoplifting, dope, snifing paint fumes, cutting, anorexia, random sex, drinking, tattoos, piercings, and probably some more stuff I forgot about. The film was written by 13-year-old Reed... and it shows. It has the overbearing tendency to exaggerate and amplify even the smallest things; it doesn't take too long before the film grows laughable. Not helping is the bipolar direction. The director apparently isn't sure if she's making gritty cin
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This is one of my all-time favorite movies. I am a sucker for a good romance. What I like about this movie is how clean and honorable it is. It's a feel-good movie. And my husband will actually watch it with me. Even if his only reason is to watch the humerous manipulation coming from the grandfather. LOL
I am completely in love with keanu reeves, and in the movie a walk in the clouds, i see keanu as the most romantic man on earth. that movie really was when my interest for keanu became more intense.
This movie always leaves me feeling warm,fuzzy and right with the world..

sorta like a movie hug..
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