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NEW Sideways - Sideways (Blu-ray)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sideways June 13 2005
By mk_2
Format:DVD
Alexander Payne's 'Sideways' is a fabulous film about two guys just trying to have some fun before it's to late. The film is one of those rare breeds, which is so comfortable and at ease with it's own style and dialogue, that we rarely question the characters motives and concerns because they seem so real. Personaly, I think it's a films message is; it's never to late to find yourself and it doesn't matter how you do it. We saw a similar atmosphere created with Payne's 'About Schmidt' and there was probably no director better for the job than him. Strong performances all around in one of the better films of 2004.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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If you're in the arts at all, this film will make even more sense to you. Certainly, two friends, both "arts oriented," are at a crossroads. Miles is on the cusp of another wasted effort (his latest literary opus is with an obscure publisher, "Conundrum," tottering on yet another rejection) while his actor friend, Jack, has come to realize his better days may be behind him (he's about to "cave in" and get married to a rather conventional, though lovely woman -- and, most likely, follow in the family business). This film is about their last hurrah; before possibly renouncing their youthful dreams of artistic glory.
The character of Miles is just brilliant -- funny, neurotic, self-loathing (and real because of it); he's like a lot artist friends I know. (Okay, actually, he's like ME.) His friend, Jack, appears more stable and "together" yet he too (as we later find out) is racked with insecurities and self-doubt.
In many ways, this is a coming-of-age, buddy flick; it's about making certain crucial "adjustments" and fully entering adulthood. In my opinion, the friendship is based on an unspoken mutual support; they both value the idea of clinging onto their artistic hopes despite the pressing needs of finding a way to support themselves and some kind of adult stability.
And of course the film is also about "moving on" -- and the loss of youthful male friendship. This road trip is, in effect, a wake for their friendship. As Jack intends to marry, both Miles and Jack realize (without ever mentioning it) that things will never be the same. Marriage is often the final nail in the coffin of friendship between men (as, often, with women).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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If you're in the arts at all, this film will make even more sense to you. Certainly, two friends, both "arts oriented," are at a crossroads. Miles is on the cusp of another wasted effort (his latest literary opus is with an obscure publisher, "Conundrum," tottering on yet another rejection) while his actor friend, Jack, has come to realize his better days may be behind him (he's about to "cave in" and get married to a rather conventional, though lovely woman -- and, most likely, follow in the family business). This film is about their last hurrah; before possibly renouncing their youthful dreams of artistic glory.
The character of Miles is just brilliant -- funny, neurotic, self-loathing (and real because of it); he's like a lot artist friends I know. (Okay, actually, he's like ME.) His friend, Jack, appears more stable and "together" yet he too (as we later find out) is racked with insecurities and self-doubt.
In many ways, this is a coming-of-age, buddy flick; it's about making certain crucial "adjustments" and fully entering adulthood. In my opinion, the friendship is based on an unspoken mutual support; they both value the idea of clinging onto their artistic hopes despite the pressing needs of finding a way to support themselves and some kind of adult stability.
And of course the film is also about "moving on" -- and the loss of youthful male friendship. This road trip is, in effect, a wake for their friendship. As Jack intends to marry, both Miles and Jack realize (without ever mentioning it) that things will never be the same. Marriage is often the final nail in the coffin of friendship between men (as, often, with women).
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4.0 out of 5 stars A different movie that you end up liking Jan. 17 2014
By flomac
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
This movie is not what I usually watch, but it grabbed me and wanted to see the ending. Its a good character analyzing movie and the characters grab your heart and I ended up really enjoying the movie.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's All About Character! April 12 2005
By John
Format:DVD
Sideways explores the darker side of character development and the importance of a good wine! Wine, you say? Yes, the essence of wine as a metaphor of the lives we lead, our hopes for the future and our struggles, occassionally, to glimpse the light in our lives through the haze. It's all about making choices, moral or immoral, and its effects on those who surround us. Anyone searching for a strong character driven movie with a sense of humour and an extraordinary insight into the human experience will be delighted with this quirky, yet endearing story that is ... Sideways!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable but not for everyone Oct. 15 2013
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Great cast and funny script are highlights of this buddy movie. However fair warning: both main characters are presented in very unflattering ways at various points in the movie. Story itself is straightforward, it's the acting and banter that stand out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
nice
Published 2 months ago by madeleine champagne
5.0 out of 5 stars A winner
What a great movie, I've watched twice already and could watch again. Nothing much happens but the acting is superb. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Anna Penney
1.0 out of 5 stars disgusting
Starts off as boring, used some consumer wine jargon to describe wine, but occasionally with a wine for which it is inappropriate, then slowly degenerates into a sexual gutter. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Ronald S. Jackson
4.0 out of 5 stars bon film bon service
bon films malgré que un peu long car tourne en rond un peu mais assez drole aussi , beau plan de paysage
Published 22 months ago by Marie
5.0 out of 5 stars Très bien.
Service hors-pair et disque dès plus agréable à regarder et écouter. Aucun bris lors de la réception de la marchandise. Read more
Published on Nov. 21 2011 by Pascal Desmeules
2.0 out of 5 stars Unpleasant
Teacher and would-be writer Miles (Paul Giamatti) takes his actor pal Jack (Thomas Hayden Church) on a trip to the California wine country to celebrate Jack's impending marriage. Read more
Published on Jan. 3 2010 by Kona
2.0 out of 5 stars Didn't live up to the hype
I've heard a lot of people rave about this film, and that, combined with the awards that it won, made me think that I'd enjoy the movie. Well, not so much. Read more
Published on Nov. 28 2005 by SkylarKD
1.0 out of 5 stars A couple of funny scenes but a depressing film
I did not like this movie. It did not live up to the hype or the endorsements on the box!!!!
The story is about two former college roomates, who now look to be about 40 on a... Read more
Published on April 25 2005
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