• 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.

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • 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.

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  • 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…

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  • Justin

    ★★★½ Watched by Justin 27 Dec, 2014

    Tony Leung with a stache >

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  • Hannah

    ★★★★ Watched by Hannah 26 Dec, 2014

    odd. it's beautiful like all wong kar-wai films-- and expands on the consequences of the unspent emotion and desire from "in the mood for love". the futuristic stuff really doesn't work for me. i like the idea of it (how unspent emotion/memory is expressed in art) more than the execution--the wigs look really really bad, and it's distracting. a lot of times the film seems patch-work--the individual pieces are great, but they don't come together. it's fun to see the connections to "days of being wild" and "in the mood for love" while watching it.

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  • Oliver Gelleni

    ★★★★ Watched by Oliver Gelleni 24 Dec, 2014

    Wong Kar Wai is the master of slow motion. He is also the master of creating captivating films with little narrative. Like its predecessor, the hypnotic "In the Mood For Love," this film centers on Chow Mo-wan, a writer living in Hong Kong. Only this time around he has become a ladies man and we follow the women who enter his life over several years.

    There is no central plot with twists or turns. It is simply sections of a…

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  • platz33

    ★★★½ Watched by platz33 21 Dec, 2014

    You once asked me if there was anything I wouldn't lend. I've given it a lot of thought. And now I know...

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  • ScarpiaGS

    ★★★★ Watched by ScarpiaGS 18 Dec, 2014

    Weimar
    -He visto pocos regisseure con un sentido estético tan grande como el de Kar Wai. El colorido homogéneo y muy cuidado, la música fantástica, los encuadres que muestran y a la vez esconden
    -Muy buenas actuaciones de todos los protagonistas
    -A pesar de ser una historia romántica bastante poco feliz, la película exhala sensualidad y la tensión que esta conlleva
    -Al igual que en The mood of love, se presenta el amor desde su perspectiva más esquiva. Como dice…

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  • BalsoSnell

    ★★ Watched by BalsoSnell 11 Dec, 2014 4

    I hate to say it, but this didn't do anything for me. I'm not sure if it's my relative unfamiliarity with Wong - having only seen Chungking Express - but everything about the heavy reliance on narration, the formless plot, and the endless parade of compositions split down the middle made my eyes glaze over. I hate to abandon an artist so many love so much without making my best attempt to puzzle out their attraction, so I plan to…

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  • mdh

    ★★★★½ Watched by mdh 27 Nov, 2014

    Not knowing if this is true or not, this feels like Wong's most personal film, at least that I've seen--it has the trademark messiness of a personal narrative, the raggedness and occasional clumsy fit of trying to fit personal experience into a constructed narrative, and is explicitly about, among other things, the use of the creative process and fiction to distance oneself from and/or come to terms with their memories. This may be his LIFE AQUATIC (I mean that as…

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