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Thousands of movies and series have commented on Systematic racism, but in Small Axe, Steve McQueen steps away from the victim role, and the constant blaming. Somehow throughout this series of movies, you end up feeling uplifted and positive afterwards. Told through the Caribien British community, it's Beautifully filmed and beautifully told. Watch it.
1 week 3 days ago
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A not so thorough history lesson. Fairly entertaining. In my perspective, it's a to much an American perspective, to black/white, but nuances is not very 2021, so i guess that's fine.
2 weeks 2 days ago
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2d characters. The songs makes it watcheble. Things get a bit better in the second half. Not bad, just not good. I did make we want to learn a bit about Motown and the rest of the not so used potential of the inspiration behind the setting, so that's something.
1 month 1 week ago
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appreciate his honesty. but i find his comment about people being happy, not helping the world, a bit strange. As if climbing a mountain, because it'll make you feel happy does. The philosophy that life "it's about performance", fits well with the American dream though. But that the movie leaves space to agree or disagree with the man, is it's biggest strength. You might think his a hero, a nutcase or egocentric, but he's definitely human.
1 month 3 weeks ago
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A not so special special, but a special show. This is more a behind the scenes, kind of thing. Nothing bad with that, but not so special.
2 months ago
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It was nice for a change, to see a kind-of court drama, played outside the states for a change.
2 months 1 week ago
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Fantastic soundtrack, and a solid and quite different story. I have a feeling that this is a film will have a long and beautiful life.
2 months 1 week ago
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i feel alive in a very satisfied way. And i think i'm gonna call and visit my parents and grandparents some more.
2 months 3 weeks ago
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An interesting and inspiring insight in a very creative and technological innovative workforce. A little glorification of disney at the same time, so don't watch it for a critical view on a big corporation, but with an interest in creative work with a humungus budget.
3 months 4 weeks ago
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Meh... as far the first two seasons goes, some good moments. maybe 1/4 of the episodes are completely irrelevant. 1/4 are excellent. The acting for many of the single episode characters and a few of the regular are sadly horrible.
But hey, much better than the Ray- trilogy.
4 months 2 weeks ago
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"stab me with this knife, then I'll stab you with mine. Know what i mean eh? Nudge nudge" gooddamn 80's movies. If you can't make up jokes that'll spice up the plot, this movie is not for you. If you can, have fun.
6 months ago
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Love life, love yourself. gotta love pixar.
7 months 1 week ago
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The internet works in mysterious ways.
8 months 1 week ago
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very beautiful, cinematic as well as in story. Hard to describe. i really felt for the sheep.
9 months 1 week ago
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10 years in the making, unbelievable if it all wasn't the truth. Well told with a sinister form of humor. Will never think of north korea the same way.
9 months 2 weeks ago
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It had a lot of feeling like a John Pilger documentary from the 60-80's. Not that that's a bad thing. Less abstract that Herzog usually are.
10 months ago
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Of cause for some people, this is old news. But it's the masses that need to change, information is power. What is good and what is bad information the algorithm has no idea about. But hey, give me a upvote, it'll like that.
10 months 3 weeks ago
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If there ever is a sequel, for some reason, it should be called Elevele.
11 months ago
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Many movies tries to tell about life in the 19th century. This one gives a view into the 19th century mind and how they perceived the world. For me very few movie actually does this, and it's difficult for me to remember one that does it without really trying to be smart. And it isn't even the main part of the movie, but these small "i never taught about it that way" will ensure that this movie is one I'll never forget. That the cinematography and the acting is top class definitely helps as well. But most of all, this is a story well told.
11 months 3 weeks ago
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Herzog will always be Herzog. In this movie he's taking his camera to Australia, focusing on Aboriginals and property rights. As always worth a watch.
11 months 4 weeks ago
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fantastically poetic. A true dance of reality, what is facts, what is ideals? How do we remember them, and how can you show that in a film? What would we do without poetry.
12 months ago
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a sentimental poetic tale about love and ideals. Interesting at the least.
12 months ago
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As always with David Lean, well acted (children being not as well) and brilliant cinematography. if you don't read your Dickens, my guess is that this is the second best option for this classic.
1 year ago
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Awesome 90's cartoon. pre South Park, but definitely an inspiration. Still makes me laugh.
1 year ago
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for some reason i didn't realise A Bugs life was based on seven samurais, before i saw this one.
1 year 3 months ago

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