The more I watch this, the less I like it. It's a beautiful film, and somewhat hypnotic to watch, but the dialogue must have been written by a Nexus 1.

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Nick Cave and Peter Falk offer some interest in this ponderous film about the meaning of loneliness - human and heavenly.

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Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman play brothers on a road trip, one struggling to come to terms with the other's very existence, never mind his autism.

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And not just any old London, but the boring everyday London of early Thatcher, as well as an improbably superstitious Yorkshire. Great though the effects are (or were for their time) it worked because the context for the horror is both real and comic.

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Epic Shakespeare without the poetry but spectacular visuals as a poor substitute.

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Robert De Niro plays Jake La Motta, American boxer.

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