• Julia

    Watched by Julia 27 Feb, 2015

    @ tony leung hmu..


  • pillole di cinema

    ★★★★ Watched by pillole di cinema 12 Jun, 2013

    Fondendo arte e cinema, 2046 scruta dentro l'anima graffiata dall'aborto del grande amore. Un film di una bellezza rarissima e incredibile.


  • JC13

    ★★★★ Watched by JC13 16 Feb, 2015 6

    "Love is all a matter of timing."- Chow Mo Wan

    Wong Kar-Wai's 2046 is a film that I definitely feel will improve on repeat viewings. That's not to say that I didn't like it this time, because I really liked it, I just feel it will get better once I understand it more. I loved the themes 2046 tackled and enjoyed the unique way Kar-Wai went about telling the story. The performances are excellent, the music is stellar, and the cinematography is splendid. 2046 is a damn good film that I highly recommend. 8/10


  • Shayne

    ★★★½ Added by Shayne

    The actings slayed!


  • Nick C

    ★★★★ Watched by Nick C 05 Feb, 2015

    2046 is the third installment in Wong Kar-wai's informal trilogy about love. It has some of the same characters as In the Mood for Love but is a very different style of film. 2046 is a more traditional styled Wong Kar-wai film with somewhat quick pacing and an occasional quirky sense of humor. In the Mood for Love on the other hand is a much more elegant and slow moving romance. Although these two films are very different visually and…


  • Brent Paton

    ★★★ Added by Brent Paton

    Well made film and visually memorable.


  • Samuel

    ★★★★★ Watched by Samuel 27 Jan, 2015 5

    So two of my all time favorites are now Wong Kar-Wai's?

    2046, the follow up to In the Mood for Love kinda floored me. Each Wong Kar-Wai I've seen so far feels so familiar and yet so different. I was expecting this being like In the Mood for Love and it's totally different, and then again it's not. It's fascinating how Kar-Wai repeats shots, scenes, lines of dialog all through the movie, recreates images from In the Mood for Love.…


  • Santimg94

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Santimg94 19 Jan, 2015

    Y... broche estupendo a esa trilogía que nunca me cansaré de ver. Christopher Doyle es un DIOS EN LA TIERRA.


  • feedingbrett

    ★★★★ Watched by feedingbrett 18 Jan, 2015 12

    Review In A Nutshell:

    There are just some films that require multiple watches to get a full grasp on the director's intentions. 2046 on its surface is not complicated but viewing the film from this restricted perspective, prevents one from seeing the beauty that lurks underneath it. The film's characters and their emotions, throughout, felt honest and moving; there was something about the protagonist's romantic escapades that left me in deep intrigue. The film was also able to balance grounded…


  • Tanuja

    ★★★★ Watched by Tanuja 17 Jan, 2015

    A beautiful collaboration of wong kar-wai and his long time collaborator Leung sucessfully tells that nothing hurts such as crazy little love. Its semi-the mood for love movie and Leung is back as chow. Its all set in 60's chow is lustful writer who funds his nightly dissipation by writting newspaper articles and bizzare sci-fi story set in 2046. He is charming, attentive, kind and even sensitive also, capable of surprising emotional cruelity in his dealing with women from mysterious…


  • Agnes

    ★★★ Added by Agnes

    Eh. I’ve seen and enjoyed six of Wong Kar-wai’s films so far and this it was admittedly a letdown. It’s kind of a hot mess and pieced together awkwardly but I have to give it three stars for the visuals and the sheer ambition (maybe a little too much of it). I liked the android storyline even if I’m not sure it entirely worked in the film. If you’ve never seen a Wong Kar-wai film before, this is not a good place to start as it has all of his signature elements upped to eleven which may be off-putting for unfamiliar viewers.


  • Fredrik Fyhr

    ★★★ Watched by Fredrik Fyhr 30 Dec, 2014

    Decades Ago Classics 2004, 3/3

    Well I don't know, maybe this film is really great and I've just been cheating with the champagne for New Year's, but I just found an obtuse, half-baked and foggy mishmash of age-old themes about romantic love; time and fiction vs reality.

    I'll see it again. Fascinating director, Wong Kar Wai. Haven't thoroughly loved anyone of his film but visually he's a great wizard who can convey subtle human emotions like few others. 2046 feels…