Good heavens, this is by far the best lovestory I've ever seen. A
carried out movie about this angel (Nicolas) that gives up eternity in
Heaven to be with a woman (Meg) on Earth. This movie really touches your
soul, so don't go destroy it by watching it with a bunch of friends. As a
matter of fact, It made me cry like a baby...
City of Angels actually makes you reflect about life/death and you'll know
it touches your soul.
I've never before been so affected (in a good way though =) by a
but this one; it's hard to describe you have to see it!
// a gracefulness.
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Dear johny was such an amazing movie with such love and passion.
the story with the differnce.
titanic, romeo dan yuliet.
A singular achievement
The singular achievement of this film is inspiring the forth great
comment I have ever read. That comment is: "It's as if Ed Wood were
given a $50 million budget." That comment was left by the trenchant
fubared1. This complements the three previous great comments I have
read on IMDb. The first and perhaps greatest is: "This is what happens
when your mother owns a production company" left regarding the horrid
Dungeons and Dragons. The second great comment was about the second
sequel, The Bourne Ultimatum. A woman rightly noted, "Get a tripod and
some lights." The third great comment was "We get it!" observed about
the heavy-handed treatment in Snow Falling on Cedars.
After reading the Ed Wood comment about this film, I promptly
downloaded the Johnny Depp flik, "Ed Wood". With that as background I
watched Plan 9 from Outer Space and then the much more lyrical and
subtext-laden Glen or Glenda. I had to disagree with the comment. I
think Ed Wood could have made a much better movie than this with 50,000
dollars. I noted that the sound and music in both Ed Wood films was far
superior to this film. No, lets not insult Ed Wood by comparing this
film to his milieu.
I expect Hollywood movies to be scientifically implausible, heck this
one is about imaginary beings called angels. But this movie is also
technically implausible, socially implausible, and dramatically
implausible. It just reeks badness from every pore. I did like that
Sarah McLachlan song, Angel. Indeed, after hearing it on that PBS
commercial for the ASPCA, I found her, then the whole song on YouTube,
and then finally was led to this movie. I should have stopped while I