He only liked Rainbow because it's a prime number. Funny bastard
Oh God. Wait a minute. Someone gets paid for writing dialogues like this " It was like walking on glass to get the milkshake"
Shut the fuck up.
Really poor effort. It felt as if they were trying to make a French film. Only French guys can handle movies like these and they do it better. I feel for Adam Sandler who I think was really trying hard here. They didn't really use Dustin Hoffman well either. I just finished it and I can't remember a single thing about it.
Before I write about this movie, let me tell you something about me. I grew up in Punjab, India. Back then, we didn't have internet and there were no theatres near my home. Only way we could watch movies was through Television. Every Sunday there was a movie on TV from 4-7 in the evening. Movies only meant one thing : 3 Hours Long.
That's exactly what bugs me nowadays when I hear people say even 2 hours is long…
Possibly, One of The Best Films of this Decade. A lot of people have compared it with A separation but in my opinion, this is a little better because of psychological depths it plunges into.
Director Asghar Farhadi can be very Proud of what he has achieved here. Make no mistake, this is Bergman and Fellini territory.
Farhadi makes you feel bad about the victim and the villain in the same scene, in the same frame. Its unreal, as if…