This is a terrible film. Terrible. And the really annoying thing is that it has virtually no redeeming qualities. Yes Heath can be nice to look at, but his “phwoar” manner of speaking here is totally off-putting. The basic plot involves Casanove being chased by the Inquisition for his various conquests and libertine lifestyle. The […]
In a way it is a pity that this film has received so much press coverage, it’d be interesting to watch it not knowing what was going to happen between Ennis and Jack. But it is pretty much known as the gay cowboy film by now, so that part of the plot isn’t going to take anyone by surprise. Read more about Brokeback Mountain [based on book] …
Well, this’ll teach me not to keep offline copies of my reviews won’t it. The original had been eradicated from web-land, so my poor memory will have to come up with another review of this film.
I really enjoyed this film, possibly because I’d read so many bad reports and people giving out about it. Okay, so it wasn’t perfect, but it was more than entertaining. Ledger and Damon were good in their roles as brothers out to con their way through life. Maybe the Italian torture fella was a little over done, but I was in that sort of a mood and found him funny.
When I first saw the trailer for this in the cinema I wasn’t going to go see. I haven’t gone to see a horror film in the cinema since Cabin Fever and that was shite. But then I found out that it was written and directed by Neil Marshall, responsible for dog soldiers, so I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt.