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Kalifornia [DVD]

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Dos intelectuales urbanos, Brian y Carrie, emprenden un viaje de investigación para la preparación libre sobre asesinos en serie, compartiendo ruta con una pareja que apenas conocen -Early Grayce y su novia Adele-. Encerrados en un coche que se dirige como el rayo hacia el oeste, los cuatro viajeros se esfuerzan por encontrar puntos de entendimiento. Pero cuando finalmente logran conectar, la violencia natural de Early surge con brusquedad, y los aterrorizados Brian y Carrie se dan cuenta de que no necesitan ir muy lejos para aprender sobre despiadados asesinos...


Brian Kessler Es Un Periodista Que Prepara Un Libro Sobre Los Asesinos En Serie Más Famosos De Los Estados Unidos. Para Ello Decide Emprender Un Viaje Junto A Su Novia Karrie, Para Conocer Los Lugares Donde Los Criminales Vivieron Y Mataron. Para Compensar Los Altos Costes Del Viaje, Ponen Un Anuncio Solicitando Compañeros Con Los Que Compartir Los Gastos De Gasolina.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Classic! 22 de agosto de 2016
Por Consuela - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I saw this when it first came out to the movie theaters. I have watched it 3-4 times since. The acting is superb! Brad Pitt plays his evil sociopathic murderer like he was born to it. The innocent naivety of David Duchovny's character is in sharp contrast to Brad Pitt's character. I was surprised to see that the critics only gave this a 6.7/10. Juliette Lewis's character (she played Pitt's child-like girlfriend) is a typical example of women who are so beaten down that they will cling to anyone to feel wanted and loved--yet, she, also, played the strong role of a woman who refuses to lose who she is, although to do that, she had to live in a fantasyland. When she finally wakes up to the world around her--the evil of her boyfriend--she does fight back, a little too late, however. Michelle Forbes was terrific as the photographer girlfriend of Duchovny. I liked the ending, although, I would think the two who survived would have separated after the ordeal they'd gone through. Instead it made them stronger and wise enough to know they can never understand the mind of another. All of them, bouncing their roles off each other in the extreme, can give us insight into how far we are willing to go be fooled by what we think we know, ignoring what is right in front of our faces.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The secret Kalifornia 23 de agosto de 2016
Por Michael Doliner - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This movie is a corker. One good movie in the midst of endless junk. All the acting was great. And as good as it was it actually has an even better movie hiding inside it. For while Brian is trying to figure out what makes someone kill, all Early's killing is rational given his world view and circumstances. And his world view is not that of an animal but rather, say, of a Spartan. Early is made sick or damaged to hide the simple rationality of his killing given that honor is important to him. It all starts with his parole officer dishonoring him. He has to leave, but his landlord throws a stone at his car. He is going to spare the guy in the convenience store, but he asks for a Bible thus calling Early a liar. Being no part of society he acts like an animal and at times hunts people when he needs money. There is always a present reason. not some psychological screw up. In my mind Pitt's weirdness tones down the movie and allows the normal ones to think they are superior. Ditto the ending.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Acting too good for plot. 5 de febrero de 2006
Por fatcabral - Publicado en Amazon.com
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For me, attractiveness of the cast is a prerequisite for giving a movie the chance to work. This cast is outstanding in that respect. The four stars are well known to movie and TV fans, and all are pleasures to watch.

Brad Pitt's character, Earlie Grayce, is a bouncing bucket of nitro: he can explode at any instant. He is so pointlessly cruel that one is more surprised by his non violent actions. There seems to be no systematic rationale for his behavior. But his portrayal of the this inchoate monster is outstanding in the details of the action.

The other characters seem to have even less structure, but are all convincingly played. Duchovny's character, Brian, is an emergent being with little inner structure, and woefully inadequate knowledge of the subject he is obligated to write a book about, serial killers.

Juliette Lewis does a very good job of portraying what is almost a "Rain-girl" version of the monster's innocent girl friend. However she manages to summon up enough integrity and ego for independent thought.

Michelle Forbes seems to be extending her Star Trek TNG character of Roe Larren to the big screen. She is the underachieving, but mightily striving photographer, whose ultimate function in the plot is not clear. Her early unease about Grayce does not help her to deal with him.

At the end of the movie, what tipped the scales for me up to 3 stars was that as pointless as the plot line seemed to be, and as random as the characters' interactions were, the relationships were not much more bizarre and inexplicable than those we hear about on the evening news. Frankly, they were more believable than some of what you see on Oprah, Dr. Phil, or Jerry Springer.

Watch the actors; they are at least excellent, and Brad Pitt is outstanding!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Movie Kalifornia 21 de agosto de 2016
Por Liza's Power Reviews - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I started the movie and saw a bit of it and it wasn't something that I found interesting or exciting to watch so basically I let go of it . It just wasn't that thrilling for me to continue watching . It may be for others unfortunately it wasn't for me.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Kalifornia 16 de junio de 2002
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Meet David Duchovny -- pre X-files. Meet Brad Pitt. Yes, that scummy looking guy really is one of the most gorgeous men in the world. I know it's hard to believe. And for you Star Trek fans, Ensign Ro is also in it.
The idea that someone would actually want to share expenses while being forced to visit old murder sights should have given the good guys a clue that maybe the would attract the wrong kind of people. And they do.
Okay, the ending is the typical happily ever after ending, but if you catch the subtle nuances throughout the movie, you will realize that maybe it isn't happily ever after for the good guys.
In order to fully appreciate this movie, you have to see it more than once. I own the movie, and yet I still pick up on things that I missed before. That's how subtle some things in this movie are. You aren't necessarily given all of the answers. Yes, you see people killed and all that stuff, but there are other things going on in the background which separate this movie from a typical murder movie.

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