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It is obvious that, despite the bands ridiculous cartoon-like media image and eccentric drug and nudity-fueled reputation, that at their core there is in fact a group of incredibly talented and passionate musicians dedicated to making a fabulous racket.

In all; plenty of great music, a bit of dubious and slightly drugged-out philosophy, a wealth of perverted anecdotes, childish antics, and as with anything even remotely associated with the Chili Peppers a nice bit of nudity.

Great stuff. Buy it if you're a fan, watch it even if you're not. I can't decide if this is a good movie or not. I've watched it through a couple of times now and I really can't decide.

It did make me laugh out loud if only at the sheer audacity of Brando's performance , but the one thing I often found myself thinking was how no-one below the age of 15 or so would find it very funny at all, as they probably wouldn't have seen 'The Godfather' and wouldn't understand what was supposed to be funny about that mumbling old fat guy that Ferris Bueller looks so surprised to see siting behind a desk.

Now, it's widely accepted that Brando has never been one to take himself or his craft particularly seriously, and let's just say that in 'The Freshman' he gets a prime opportunity to express that feeling to his audience.

It's the stuff of Hollywood legend that Brando, while filming the wedding scene in 'The Godfather', pulled down his pants and mooned the cast and crew.

Of course, that little stunt never made it into the final edit, but with 'The Freshman' you could say Brando gets to moon the audience metaphorically to his hearts content.

It's a gleeful pie in the face to every up-tight movie critic who's ever demanded he act like the legend they made him.

And it is fun to watch A hearty 'Well Done! Gregory Peck gives a brilliant performance in this film. The last 15 minutes or thereabouts are great and Peck is an absolute joy to watch.

The same cannot however be said for the rest of the film. It's not awful and I'm sure it was made with good intentions, but the only real reason if I were to be honest to see it is Peck.

For the rest you are better off just reading the Old Testament. The undoubted highlight of this movie is Peter O'Toole's performance.

In turn wildly comical and terribly terribly tragic. Does anybody do it better than O'Toole? I don't think so.

What a great face that man has! The story is an odd one and quite disturbing and emotionally intense in parts especially toward the end but it is also oddly touching and does succeed on many levels.

However, I felt the film basically revolved around Peter O'Toole's luminous performance and I'm sure I wouldn't have enjoyed it even half as much if he hadn't been in it.

I'd advise first-time viewers of 'Last Tango In Paris' to ignore the films reputation completely. Don't go into it thinking about what you've heard about it that, for example, it's pornographic, that it's genius, that it's awful, etc, etc..

Just forget it and make up your own mind with a clear head. Here is what I saw: From the opening credits it becomes clear that the film is going to be an "artistic" venture the Francis Bacon paintings that appear alongside the titles which may turn some people off immediately, is it pretentious?

Well that depends entirely on how cynical you are. I think those particular paintings set the tone beautifully and are highly appropriate considering what we are about to witness I think if you know anything about Francis Bacon's work you'll probably agree.

The film IS very artistic. That much is true. However, that aspect proves to be both its greatest strength and its weakest link. The film is far too arty to be "mainstream", but is also too mainstream to really be considered "art house".

It walks the line unsteadily between the two throughout the whole film and can feel at times slightly awkward. There is something about the way the film is constructed that doesn't quite work.

As if it has trouble finding exactly what is wants to say, or doesn't quite know how. However, despite all that, it will stay with you for weeks after you watch it, that much is true.

It's jam-packed with poetic situations that play up to the undeniable melodrama of human passions whether it be sex, grief, anger, love, or otherwise and in that way it's admirable.

The attempts to expose and explore some of the deeply hidden aspects of the human condition a lot of the wildly conflicting and contradictory emotions that revolve around sex, identity, death..

You can tell that the director is a poet Bernardo Bertolucci was an award-winning poet in his younger days I believe not only by his poetic choice of subject matter but by the use of visual imagery, symbolism, and the often emotionally gut-wrenching scenes he has the actors play out.

Marlon Brando gives a staggering performance as Paul. He really deserved some kind of high accolade an Oscar? There isn't a single moment in the film in which he's not absolutely mesmerizing.

The feral and completely uninhibited Maria Schneider also does well in what is, by all accounts, one of the most difficult parts in acting history you have to admire a nineteen-year-old girl who can honestly hold her own against Marlon Brando in scenes where she's completely naked and constantly skipping between French and English dialogue.

The acting is very very brave stuff. Not many actors could have pulled it off, in fact I can't imagine how anyone other than Brando could have played the male lead with any degree of success at all.

I think the film would've had a better chance of succeeded completely if it had focused more exclusively on the relationship between the two characters in the enclosed world of the apartment, and allowed their lives and the world outside to revolve around that.

The apartment could have been used as the much needed axis and emotional center for the drama to unfold around, which, in the end, the picture lacked.

Without it everything seemed a bit too scatter-shot. I don't know how to summarize this film and am not sure if I should even try to so I will just refer to what I think is the best scene in the whole picture.

Brando and Schneider are sitting naked and entwined in each others arms, and she offers to tell him her name, he doesn't want to know saying something to the effect of "I've had so many names in my life.

We don't need names here. I've always expressed myself better in the form of a random noise anyway.. It's a very funny and very effective scene my description doesn't do it justice at all.

In my opinion it is one of the most genuinely poignant scenes not only in 'Last Tango In Paris' but in the history of film.

It stands almost entirely alone. I found this film pretty insulting to be honest. I'm what you'd call a liberal myself, and apparently being of that political persuasion I am supposed to love this film.

Well I don't. I thought it lacked any kind of subtlety, and was incredibly stereotypical and mean-spirited. It tries to portray all republicans as one-dimensional, hypocritical, greedy idiots and makes absolutely no attempt to see the point of view of those who hold less than far leftist views.

It's absolutely not representative of how most democrats and liberals view republicans. It's grossly unfair and almost unbearably smug.

In its attempt to be clever it makes itself look incredibly stupid. For a comedy there are very few laughs.

It makes Tim Robbins look like a myopic self-righteous extremist with no subtlety whatsoever. A successful satire will take no sides.

Very rarely has something so well-intended gone so badly awry. Sorry Tim, I understand what you were trying to do here, but it didn't work.

Doubtless you meant well but the message of this film insults anyone who knows anything about American politics of more than one party.

Leave the political satire to David Mamet next time, he does it infinitely better. See 'Wag The Dog'. No one makes movies like Sidney Lumet.

The man is in my opinion one of the greatest directors in the history of film. One of the truly exceptional things about Lumet is that he understands and respects actors, and due to this, always, without fail, gets first rate performances from the actors he works with.

Notice also that all the actors have nothing but gratuitous praise for him as a director. There is a mutual appreciation there.

Read his book "Making Movies" if you're really not convinced of his genius. However, going by the excellence of this film, "Running On Empty", I honestly don't see how you could see him as anything but.

Judd Hirsch and Christine Lahti both give wonderful performances as the ex-radicals on the run from the FBI for 17 years and the worried parents of two fast-growing-up boys, but the undoubted star of the picture is a then year-old River Phoenix as their eldest son.

Phoenix plays Danny Pope, a year-old boy on the verge of adulthood, who's never known a life not lived in constant fear of being discovered.

Who, for all his young life, has moved from town to town with his parents and younger brother, changing schools, homes, and identity at each stop, so as not to be located by the government and punished for the acts his parents committed before he was born.

The film concentrates on the latest identity, the latest stop on the Pope families' never-ending quest to evade the law. This stop, as one eventually had to be, is different.

Phoenix's character falls in love with a girl played by Phoenix's real life girlfriend at the time, Martha Plimpton and wants to stay. A move that would mean breaking up the family, the one thing that his father simply cannot accept as a possibility.

On top of this, Phoenix is offered a place at the prestigious Juilliard school of music being a prodigiously talented piano player which presents another good reason for him to stay.

The unique family dynamic is brilliantly portrayed. The tension, the strong bond of love, and the eventual acceptance that every parent has to deal with at some point of letting go of one's children.

River Phoenix's performance ranks among the best I've ever seen from a young actor in my life. If you can picture a subtle mix of some of the best aspects of James Dean and a young Henry Fonda and you're coming close to what Phoenix achieved here.

Without hesitation. Gus Van Sant must've had balls of steel to attempt this project. Gotta admire him in a way for having the gall to even suggest it!

He must've known in his heart of hearts that it wouldn't work. He must've known how critics would react to something so blasphemous.

He must've known that modern audiences wouldn't understand what he was trying to do. Yet he went ahead and did it anyway. Brave man. It's not awful.

The cast give it all they've got kudos to Vince Vaughn and as a whole the picture like the original gives off a pretty eerie and frightening vibe.

I think it's better to watch this movie without so much pop-culture cynicism attached. It's far more interesting and enjoyable that way. However, I can't defend it too much.

A big part of what makes the original 'Psycho' so disturbing to watch for me is the fact that it's in black and white. It makes it seem A LOT more sinister.

The update, in color, is like watching a horror movie on a sunny afternoon when we all know that they're best watched at midnight with all the lights out..

Well done to Van Sant for proving that after the huge mainstream success of 'Good Will Hunting' the year before he still had it in him to do something this bold and experimental.

Sorry Gus. This along with 'Annie' was my absolute favorite movie when I was little. Fievel was my hero. Because he was a mouse, he wore a great hat, and he sang a pretty song at the moon.

I must've watched it every week from the age of about 5 right up til the day I discovered Tarantino Go Fievel! Not being an American citizen, I've always been wary and more than a bit cynical of all the flag-waving star-spangled U.

James Stewart conveys the idealism and naivete and all to rare honest-to-God decency of newly appointed Senator Jefferson Smith to absolute perfection.

I really believe that this is Jimmy Stewart's finest hour. It's damn near impossible not to be deeply touched by his performance.

He puts across with real depth of feeling the character's complete conviction and belief in the fundamental moral elements that the United States was built on, and also his complete heartbreak when he realizes that all is not so clean and constitutional in his nations capital as he had perhaps always believed.

The rest of the cast provides first rate support, the direction Capra at his best is impeccable, the script is smart, touching, witty..

If you only see one James Stewart movie or one Frank Capra movie for that matter try and make it this one.

A very charming adaption of the classic book. Simple, dark in places, whimsical and beautiful in others. Look out for a great shot of the house framed by the fantastic colours of the autumnal woodland of the surrounding area.

That is Zeffirelli at his best. William Hurt is simply perfect as Mr Rochester, and actually extremely sexy in a slightly strange way.. Both Anna Paquin and Charlotte Gainsbourg turn in great performances as the young and slightly older Jane respectively.

The film overall is quite heartwrenching actually more so than I remember the book being and very elegant in style. The cinematography is very complimentary to the tale.

The only complaint I might have is how quickly it ends. It seemed to wrap up quite suddenly in the space of about 5 minutes at the end.

What happened there? Budget run out? Either that or the editor wanted to get home early.. Overall though, a very good film.

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You can tell that the director is a poet Bernardo Bertolucci was an award-winning poet in his younger days I believe not only by his poetic choice of subject matter but by the use of visual imagery, symbolism, and the often emotionally gut-wrenching scenes he has the actors play out.

Marlon Brando gives a staggering performance as Paul. He really deserved some kind of high accolade an Oscar? There isn't a single moment in the film in which he's not absolutely mesmerizing.

The feral and completely uninhibited Maria Schneider also does well in what is, by all accounts, one of the most difficult parts in acting history you have to admire a nineteen-year-old girl who can honestly hold her own against Marlon Brando in scenes where she's completely naked and constantly skipping between French and English dialogue.

The acting is very very brave stuff. Not many actors could have pulled it off, in fact I can't imagine how anyone other than Brando could have played the male lead with any degree of success at all.

I think the film would've had a better chance of succeeded completely if it had focused more exclusively on the relationship between the two characters in the enclosed world of the apartment, and allowed their lives and the world outside to revolve around that.

The apartment could have been used as the much needed axis and emotional center for the drama to unfold around, which, in the end, the picture lacked.

Without it everything seemed a bit too scatter-shot. I don't know how to summarize this film and am not sure if I should even try to so I will just refer to what I think is the best scene in the whole picture.

Brando and Schneider are sitting naked and entwined in each others arms, and she offers to tell him her name, he doesn't want to know saying something to the effect of "I've had so many names in my life.

We don't need names here. I've always expressed myself better in the form of a random noise anyway.. It's a very funny and very effective scene my description doesn't do it justice at all.

In my opinion it is one of the most genuinely poignant scenes not only in 'Last Tango In Paris' but in the history of film. It stands almost entirely alone.

I found this film pretty insulting to be honest. I'm what you'd call a liberal myself, and apparently being of that political persuasion I am supposed to love this film.

Well I don't. I thought it lacked any kind of subtlety, and was incredibly stereotypical and mean-spirited.

It tries to portray all republicans as one-dimensional, hypocritical, greedy idiots and makes absolutely no attempt to see the point of view of those who hold less than far leftist views.

It's absolutely not representative of how most democrats and liberals view republicans. It's grossly unfair and almost unbearably smug.

In its attempt to be clever it makes itself look incredibly stupid. For a comedy there are very few laughs. It makes Tim Robbins look like a myopic self-righteous extremist with no subtlety whatsoever.

A successful satire will take no sides. Very rarely has something so well-intended gone so badly awry. Sorry Tim, I understand what you were trying to do here, but it didn't work.

Doubtless you meant well but the message of this film insults anyone who knows anything about American politics of more than one party.

Leave the political satire to David Mamet next time, he does it infinitely better. See 'Wag The Dog'. No one makes movies like Sidney Lumet. The man is in my opinion one of the greatest directors in the history of film.

One of the truly exceptional things about Lumet is that he understands and respects actors, and due to this, always, without fail, gets first rate performances from the actors he works with.

Notice also that all the actors have nothing but gratuitous praise for him as a director. There is a mutual appreciation there.

Read his book "Making Movies" if you're really not convinced of his genius. However, going by the excellence of this film, "Running On Empty", I honestly don't see how you could see him as anything but.

Judd Hirsch and Christine Lahti both give wonderful performances as the ex-radicals on the run from the FBI for 17 years and the worried parents of two fast-growing-up boys, but the undoubted star of the picture is a then year-old River Phoenix as their eldest son.

Phoenix plays Danny Pope, a year-old boy on the verge of adulthood, who's never known a life not lived in constant fear of being discovered.

Who, for all his young life, has moved from town to town with his parents and younger brother, changing schools, homes, and identity at each stop, so as not to be located by the government and punished for the acts his parents committed before he was born.

The film concentrates on the latest identity, the latest stop on the Pope families' never-ending quest to evade the law. This stop, as one eventually had to be, is different.

Phoenix's character falls in love with a girl played by Phoenix's real life girlfriend at the time, Martha Plimpton and wants to stay.

A move that would mean breaking up the family, the one thing that his father simply cannot accept as a possibility. On top of this, Phoenix is offered a place at the prestigious Juilliard school of music being a prodigiously talented piano player which presents another good reason for him to stay.

The unique family dynamic is brilliantly portrayed. The tension, the strong bond of love, and the eventual acceptance that every parent has to deal with at some point of letting go of one's children.

River Phoenix's performance ranks among the best I've ever seen from a young actor in my life. If you can picture a subtle mix of some of the best aspects of James Dean and a young Henry Fonda and you're coming close to what Phoenix achieved here.

Without hesitation. Gus Van Sant must've had balls of steel to attempt this project. Gotta admire him in a way for having the gall to even suggest it!

He must've known in his heart of hearts that it wouldn't work. He must've known how critics would react to something so blasphemous.

He must've known that modern audiences wouldn't understand what he was trying to do. Yet he went ahead and did it anyway. Brave man. It's not awful.

The cast give it all they've got kudos to Vince Vaughn and as a whole the picture like the original gives off a pretty eerie and frightening vibe.

I think it's better to watch this movie without so much pop-culture cynicism attached. It's far more interesting and enjoyable that way. However, I can't defend it too much.

A big part of what makes the original 'Psycho' so disturbing to watch for me is the fact that it's in black and white. It makes it seem A LOT more sinister.

The update, in color, is like watching a horror movie on a sunny afternoon when we all know that they're best watched at midnight with all the lights out..

Well done to Van Sant for proving that after the huge mainstream success of 'Good Will Hunting' the year before he still had it in him to do something this bold and experimental.

Sorry Gus. This along with 'Annie' was my absolute favorite movie when I was little. Fievel was my hero. Because he was a mouse, he wore a great hat, and he sang a pretty song at the moon.

I must've watched it every week from the age of about 5 right up til the day I discovered Tarantino Go Fievel! Not being an American citizen, I've always been wary and more than a bit cynical of all the flag-waving star-spangled U.

James Stewart conveys the idealism and naivete and all to rare honest-to-God decency of newly appointed Senator Jefferson Smith to absolute perfection.

I really believe that this is Jimmy Stewart's finest hour. It's damn near impossible not to be deeply touched by his performance.

He puts across with real depth of feeling the character's complete conviction and belief in the fundamental moral elements that the United States was built on, and also his complete heartbreak when he realizes that all is not so clean and constitutional in his nations capital as he had perhaps always believed.

The rest of the cast provides first rate support, the direction Capra at his best is impeccable, the script is smart, touching, witty..

If you only see one James Stewart movie or one Frank Capra movie for that matter try and make it this one. A very charming adaption of the classic book.

Simple, dark in places, whimsical and beautiful in others. Look out for a great shot of the house framed by the fantastic colours of the autumnal woodland of the surrounding area.

That is Zeffirelli at his best. William Hurt is simply perfect as Mr Rochester, and actually extremely sexy in a slightly strange way.. Both Anna Paquin and Charlotte Gainsbourg turn in great performances as the young and slightly older Jane respectively.

The film overall is quite heartwrenching actually more so than I remember the book being and very elegant in style. The cinematography is very complimentary to the tale.

The only complaint I might have is how quickly it ends. It seemed to wrap up quite suddenly in the space of about 5 minutes at the end.

What happened there? Budget run out? Either that or the editor wanted to get home early.. Overall though, a very good film.

Kudos to Franco Zeffirelli and William Hurt particularly. This is a fine movie. I enjoyed watching it. The cast is very good and it's filmed nicely, don't get me wrong.

There is no variation. There is so little actual "adaption" in it it actually began to annoy me slightly. If you've read the book you will find no surprises whatsoever.

So why not just read the book? There are no clever cinematic tricks or interpretations which can be so interesting and work so well when adapting a book to screen.

If you want to see a clever and interesting adaptation of a cult 's book see David Cronenberg's "Naked Lunch". If you want it straight off the page and onto the screen, see this.

I was pleasantly surprised by this movie, proving once and for all you shouldn't believe everything you hear having "heard" that it was one of the biggest career mistakes Al Pacino ever made..

I'm not really sure what made critics and others hate it so much. I thought Al Pacino gave a very good performance as Tom Dobb, the battle scenes were well done, the supporting cast were good, there were no glaring historical inaccuracies..

Regarding Al Pacino's accent.. I believe this was one of the focal points of the critics derision I must say that I didn't hear anything wrong with it personally.

Sure, it kind of "fluctuates" during the course of the film, but considering the character he's playing an inarticulate unlearned man "of few words" and the era in which the film is set a time of great cultural turbulence I'd say that a slightly mix-and-match accent is actually quite appropriate.

Honestly, I thought the "Most Ridiculous Accent Award" should have gone to the guy playing the pompous English army captain who led the dog hunt.

High-pitched, exceptionally nasal and outrageously camp. They said it was unfilmable and I agreed with them but apparently in the remarkable hands of David Cronenburg "they" and me..

This is a great beat film. While it's not so much a direct adaptation of the book which is the "impossibility" which many short-sighted intellectuals probably had in mind when they discounted the notion of 'Naked Lunch: The Movie'..

It's done exceptionally well. Far superior to any of the other past cinematic stabs at capturing the "beat" mindset on film.

It's far less dramatic in this than in 's "Beat" A bug told him to do it! That's a perverse take on "the butler did it" if ever there was one..

Joanie was an agent for Interzone, an elite core centipede, you see and the over-sized cockroach-like creature said she must be dead within the week Females are a different species, but Joanie was an exception.

I think Cronenburg gave a pretty good swing at understanding the book, the beats, the stories, the drugs, the nightmares I enjoyed particularly the part where the typewriter began dictating.

Done very well. I'm definitely going to read the book again soon. Peter Weller is perfect as perfect can be in the William Lee role.

I'd like one of those Burroughsian felt fedora porkpie hats he wears in the film for myself. Lesser brim than Sam Spade thereby marginally less camp.

Great hat. Bill said that he realized later, with some horror, that if it hadn't been for his wife's death he might never have thrown himself into writing and become the writer he was.

I wonder at the extent to which it haunted him. Bill was an ace-shot and standing less than 3 feet away. This movie offers no real explanation of course not..

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