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- 2/6/2012 5:43:31 PM   
danfacey711

 

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This is the reason you love film.

A simplistically charming film showing all emotions so perfectly with no spoken words.

A must see

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Silently Brilliant - 4/6/2012 5:48:28 AM   
Kramer Bozco

 

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This more than just an experiment in genre film. It is a winning story with a deadly amount of charm and personality with dashing and debonair performances. The comedy is great, but the movie itself is more than that: it is pure entertainment.

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Can anybody PLEASE, give a Oscar to the dog! - 11/4/2013 11:30:38 PM   
Ralph25

 

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Joined: 30/3/2013
From: Portugal
The first time I heard of this film was in 2012 Oscar's cerimony, I thought the Academy was exaggerating giving Oscars for this movie. "A film black and white to win five Oscars, while old classics never won one?" As I was being stupid about it, I decided to watch the movie to judge it and make a bad review about it, I was determined to do it ... I'm a very different person today.
After the end, I was delighted me with a FANTASTIC film, I was suprised with everything. Michel Hazanavicius, who directed the "OSS 117" films, recreated the magic of the old cinema in a fantastic way. Grab on classics like "Casablanca", "Citizen Kane", and "Charlie Chaplin" films, mixing them all, and pum ... The Artist born, and born-it good. The greatest example of the old cinema in this film is the fact that there is no sound, only the background music to acting, movie magic alive every second of this movie.
Jean Dujardin fully deserves his Oscar in this movie, the way it fits in the film and his character, and makes it so alive and so real ... is perfect, just that. Bérénice Bejo also not left out, she's quite superb, as John Goodman, James Cromwell, and the entire cast is fantastic in their roles.
I laughed, I cried, I was completely charmed by the film. I recommend to all to all.

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Can anybody PLEASE, give a Oscar to the dog! - 11/4/2013 11:30:39 PM   
Ralph25

 

Posts: 43
Joined: 30/3/2013
From: Portugal
The first time I heard of this film was in 2012 Oscar's cerimony, I thought the Academy was exaggerating giving Oscars for this movie. "A film black and white to win five Oscars, while old classics never won one?" As I was being stupid about it, I decided to watch the movie to judge it and make a bad review about it, I was determined to do it ... I'm a very different person today.
After the end, I was delighted me with a FANTASTIC film, I was suprised with everything. Michel Hazanavicius, who directed the "OSS 117" films, recreated the magic of the old cinema in a fantastic way. Grab on classics like "Casablanca", "Citizen Kane", and "Charlie Chaplin" films, mixing them all, and pum ... The Artist born, and born-it good. The greatest example of the old cinema in this film is the fact that there is no sound, only the background music to acting, movie magic alive every second of this movie.
Jean Dujardin fully deserves his Oscar in this movie, the way it fits in the film and his character, and makes it so alive and so real ... is perfect, just that. Bérénice Bejo also not left out, she's quite superb, as John Goodman, James Cromwell, and the entire cast is fantastic in their roles.
I laughed, I cried, I was completely charmed by the film. I recommend to all to all.

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