This is a nice film. A movie that will make you laugh. I smiled most of the
movie, and may be that was too long (146 minutes), I enjoyed it all. The
story (a man with amnesia is seen as a long lost son in a small town) is not
that special, but it has some nice things to avoid the bigger cliches. Jim
Carrey is great as he was in The Truman Show. The movie is very well made,
and in the end you will have a nice feeling about it..
TIOUI watch Animal House movie
keem watch Before The Rains movie
1- forrest gump 2- the witness.
keem watch The Telling movie
jhhistory watch Gridiron Gang movie
the majestic was a great movie.
artetsouk watch What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted? movie
Well I think Jim Carrey has an amazing talent of getting absolutely into his role, whether the movie is a commedy, a drama, or even a thriller like "The Number 23". This, in my opinion, makes him one of the best actors in the world! .
Jim carrie's best movie.
The Natural: Great job by Robert Redfer, depicted an acurate story of baseball in the early 1900's.
it is nice movie.
it is nice movie.
not too sure about this one.
I must say for starters that I really liked this movie. I must say it
was a very unconventional and the plot was very, very jarring.
While trying to be as unspecific about the details of the plot as
possible, it basically follows the story of a Pete Appleton, a
Hollywood screenwriter, who after a car accident in which he falls into
a river causes him to suffer amnesia, ends up washed up on a beach-side
town and is recognised as somebody who has died in World War II.
There is a very particular style that the director uses really well.
This movie, which is set in the 50's with a lot of time spent talking
about the movies that were being made at the time, imitates the style
of film that was being made at the time. A convoluted plot that seems
to lend itself to a romantic comedy, the tone is feel-good, light,
non-violent, non-edgy and with a heavy romance element that was so
innocent that it harked right back to the era where a kiss was seen as
However, the events that take place in the movie are seriously dramatic
and tension-building and it seems like the movie is going to end in a
very dark place despite all the, obviously deliberate, colouring of the
light elements thrown in. Its an interesting contrast and left me
feeling a bit uneasy all the way through.
As you can tell, the tone of the movie was all over the place, but this
didn't make the movie worse, in fact it was one of the best qualities.
It certainly pulled my emotions around somewhat and kept me engrossed.
Jim Carey and Laurie Holden were great and the supporting cast were
excellent, especially Martin Landau as Harry Trimble. I also loved
Gerry Black as the usher.
My only gripe is that I was generally a bit unaccepting of the
over-the-top crowd scenes and I didn't find the ending to be completely
satisfying, even though it fit right into the underlying style of the
film. But of course we all have to make up our own mind..