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A different way of telling a story
If you like to be scared, if you like to laugh, and if you like to learn a thing or two at the movies, this absolutely cannot be missed.
The plot isn't so bad, but the pace of storytelling is too slow which makes people bored. Certain moments are so obvious and unnecessary for the main plot. I would've fast-forwarded those moments if it was an online streaming. The ending looks like implying a sequel, not sure if this movie will get one
Exactly the movie you think it is, but not the movie you want it to be.
This is one of Jason Statham's best films. When watching this film, you will really enjoy it. There was not a dull moment from start to finish. Staham is highly underrated and should be in the top ten of male actors. The fact that the movie was based on factual events makes it the more enjoyable. After watching this movie you will want to go back and follow his career movies and wonder why he has not received more credit for being such a great actor. Put this in your movies to watch at least once a year and you will really enjoy it each time. The British really know how to make moving pictures, in my opinion they really out rank the American ones, and I am an American.
I really liked this movie maybe because I have always been interested about psycology (and not working in that field though I have always wanted..). I have watched this movie twice (and that's a lot because normally I watch movies only once). Both times after watching this I felt that world isn't fair. I cried few times because world isn't fair.... So when you watch this movie be prepared to watch it with time. You really need to think about things.. I think that if you don't like this film you don't like these kind of films at all. But if you "like" this film you "like" film like The Heart is Deceitful about all Things. I really care about children and about their behauviour and it's really important for me to understand what they are feeling. This movie shows that how difficult and how important is to understand and listen that what they have / need to say.
I, and many friends, miss this show. While there were many liberties taken in the writing of the show it was very entertaining. The actors did exceptional jobs of expressing the mood and attitudes of the mid 1800's just prior to the Civil War. The Plight of the Native American people was highlighted in several episodes as was slavery. The writers used and developed characters to portray person's trapped in the non-white world. One character, Buck, played by Gregg Rainwater, developed over the three seasons from a relatively minor character of mixed blood to a highly intelligent, well read person who completely broke the misconception of the ignorant drunk Indian. I feel more could have been done with the Civil War aspect of the show but they chose to end it instead. I'm hoping this show will be released to DVD as I would like my children to see it.
Ah, yeah!This is a nicely paced caper and its only real crime is the weak ending.It's been criminally undersold here, and sad to report I was alone in the dark corner of the multiplex I saw it in. As all the comments here are Australian and a year old, the film has obviously been leaked late to the rest of the world in advance of its video or dvd release. This is lacklustre treatment of a little gem.First and most important, you don't need to be Australian to understand the dialog. I wouldn't fault any of the performances, which pretty much match the characters' function in the film. Bryan Brown and Sam Neill stand out, inevitably, but John Goodman and Toni Colette are sound in support.I smiled from the moment this started to the closing credits, laughed out loud more than once, and salute the repeated use of "bouf-head" as a term of endearment.