The film to launch Barbra Streisand’s screen career, it’s easy to see why she became such a star, with Funny Girl really showcasing her range of talents from singing, comedy and drama. It’s just a shame the film around her is so stuffy and low energy. William Wyler is a great director, but Funny Girl isn’t his best work, with many of the musical numbers feeling very limp and stilted. It’s more a testament that Streisand can rise above it than the film’s own ability.
Hyper-active South Korean actioner that kinda gleefully dies away with balancing it’s baldy comedy with it’s class division and corruption cop procedural. It’s a sheer bolt of energy of madcap filmmaking, with wild transitions (even a godawful page wipe is hidden within it) and tonal shifts that’ll take your head straight off your shoulders. If it wasn’t so enamoured with itself, it probably would fall to pieces, and admittedly the backbone to this isn’t as sturdy as it could be,…
It's lazy. It's incompetent. It's lazy and incompetent. It's lazily incompetent and it's incompetently lazy. It's lazy within it incompetency and incompetent in it's laziness.
Kjo është dembel . Është i paaftë . Kjo është dembel dhe i paaftë . Është lazily paaftë dhe kjo është incompetently dembel . Kjo është dembel brenda atë paaftësisë dhe të paaftë në atë të përtacisë .
انها كسول . انها غير كفء. انها كسول و غير كفء. انها غير كفء بتكاسل وانها…