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Botoxx (2017)

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2/10: A real disaster in already...
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

A real disaster in already weak Polish movie industry I just can't imagine how this movie was being so popular in our cinemas (yeah I'm Polish), this is by all means real trash. Let's get some basics straight out: the movie states it is inspired by true story - yeah the same can be said for ZOMBIE SS as it is based on real nazis and world war II..drinking and corrupt doctors? - yeah there are some bad apples, just like everywhere. You got dirty cops, arsonists firemen etc but the way movie portraits everyone in the capital city of Poland.. it looks like all the doctors there are drunk, rapists, killers, lack morality and messup just every frickin time and doesn't care.this movie shows how abortions work - OMFG...people writing reviews saying how this movie is showing the "reality of sad medicine" SHUT THE EF UP..I can imagine ppl that enjoy this kind of...

6/10: Not as bad, as it...
Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Not as bad, as it seems, though not for everyone I have never been a fan of the director Patryk Vega, who is despised by proffessional critics, but his brutal and simple movies, mostly about mafia or crime, break commercial records in Poland. However, I decided to give Botoks a chance. And it turned out to be better, than I expected. Definitely not a masterpiece, but decent six stars.The film is a dark comedy, with many shocking scenes and risky humour - that's why it is defintely not a proposal for everyone. Actors' play is very good, and dialogues are vivid. The director claims, that all dialogues and situations are inspired by real inside anecdotes, and it is plausible (well, maybe apart from a dog scene) - however, of course, they are overdrawn. But I'm amazed, when the reviewers hate this film because it shows Poles as drunk or dumb people. Obviously, the director focusses on drinking, incompetent, unsympathetic...

7/10: A decent movie about life...
Friday, October 6, 2017

A decent movie about life and health care This movie has received surprisingly low ratings. Being an enthusiast of Patryk Vega's previous works, I decided to watch the movie and was really puzzled by the huge gap between my expectations based on online comments and the actual product. The cinema hall was almost full (it was the second week of screenings). The audience seemed to enjoy the show. People were laughing in the funny moments and remained dead silent in the serious moments. The movie tells a story of four women (and one transgender person) who are subjected to the burden of difficult choices that health care workers need to make. This is a movie about values in modern life. On top of that, there is a fleshy context of health care exploits in Poland. The action is fast-paced. The dialogues are extremely natural. The acting is wonderful with some of the best actors in the Polish filmmaking...

9/10: This is a real movie...
Tuesday, March 6, 2018

This is a real movie about women I was pleasantly surprised with this movie. Four women; three doctors and another just a nobody establish a bond and grow in a male dominated medicine world. The movie is able to keep the black comedy running for most of the time; and when not; it just reflects the anguish these people are living. Basically the four individual stories get tangled and at the end; the four characters had grown and changer their lives. As almost everything is medicine related; there are several strong shocking moments (like a C-section showed completely). The scenes seems real so it might affect people with a week stomach. Not all the parts work perfect and some things look forced; but the focus was obviously to show the corruption in medicine and pharmaceutics and criticized overall chauvinism in medicine. In brief if you understand Polish it might even be funnier; otherwise enjoy the subtitles.

8/10: A slice of life and...
Monday, October 23, 2017

A slice of life and death 8/10 I haven't seen a bad Polish film yet . I'm so glad that the ODEON saw a gap in the market and constantly show Polish films . It's refreshing to get a bit of culture from an unknown source . The acting was good , the script was great . The subject matter was comprehensive. No stone was left unturned , no subject matter was considered beyond taboo. Interesting characters and interactions , it kind of reminded me of the Oscar winning CRASH in the way the characters were all somewhat interlinked . You felt sympathy and warmth for them as they rose to the challenges of their extraordinary lives . It's a film I would definitely watch again. Pad.A 8/10

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