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One man. One love. One destiny. One thousand years . . . Hugh Jackman (Van Helsing, X-Men films) anchors acclaimed visionary filmmaker Darren Aronofsky's (Requiem for a Dream, Pi) epic sci-fi adventure chronicling a man's thousand-year struggle to save the woman he loves (Academy Award® winner Rachel Weisz--The Constant Gardener). Searching for the secrets of eternal life, he embarks on three parallel quests, in three lives, in three millennia, to unlock the mysteries of life that have consumed him for centuries.]]>
High reviews led me to purchase this flick. While I did love Mr. A's other works, this one I could have gone without. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Chester Chan
One of my favorite movies. The stories overlapping is so beautifully shot. You feel the struggle of the characters and yearn for the fountain just as much as they do.Published 19 days ago by Sarah Villien
a bit biased here since this is my favorite movie in the world but I did receive this blu ray when expected and it is in great conditionPublished 20 days ago by Pa5cal
Released in 2007, “The Fountain” features three stories in its plot: The main story is that of a modern-day medical researcher, Tom (Hugh Jackman), trying to find a cure for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wuchak
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|THIS MOVIE IS DRIVING ME INSANE||
Let me help you out a little.
This movie is a puzzle, a gift to its viewers, and although it is different from the traditional "spoon-fed" movie its not "so far out there" to understand it.
It is absolutely imperative to pay attention to every scene, each moment, every... Read More
Mar 7, 2008 by J. Mahan | See all 28 posts
|A note on the bad reviews...||
yes, I totally agree. This movie really got to me on a deep level. After watching it I really couldnt even talk to anyone for awhile. But of course everyone takes in art differently.
Feb 9, 2008 by Annette Chamberlin | See all 7 posts
|let's figure it out||
In order to understand the ending, you need to understand that the ending transcends the physical/real world into the meditative/philosophical.
Reality (as in the material world) and spiritual/meditative (as in beliefs and cognitive thinking) must be viewed as an attachment of each other, as if... Read More
Mar 7, 2008 by J. Mahan | See all 13 posts
|The dullest most dissappointing film I've seen in years.||
Once you realize it's not about love- it's not a love story- you might grasp it a bit more.
That may be the framework but this story is a death story.
The lead character is not consumed with love.. there is no drawn out romantic idealization that pulls on the very core of your heart and makes... Read More
Jun 27, 2007 by Ellen M. Delaney | See all 24 posts
|Great, dark film. The color contrast is horrible on DVD.||Be the first to reply|
|I hated this movie when I first watched it but then.....||Be the first to reply|