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Vincent F (au) wrote: Netflix recommended this one to me and I really enjoyed it. A great cast (Selma Blair, Amy Smart, Jason Lee, Giovanni Ribisi, Kevin Pollack and Beau Bridges) and some interesting plot twists make it a fun ride. Sure it's a bit predictable, but if you're just looking for a decent way to spend 90 minutes, this certainly would fit the bill. It's weird that no critics have reviewed this movie yet, but don't let that deter you. It's not the best movie ever but it's at least entertaining.
Burn P (br) wrote: After years of moving, 15-year-old Tamara is tired of starting over. When her unconventional family relocates to a conservative country town, she discovers new friends, new romance-and a chance at a normal life. But just as she begins to feel at home, her mother is hospitalized, forcing young Tamara to grow up quickly and find the strength to keep her family from falling apart. Set in rural 1950's America, this coming-of-age story tells a tale of courage, faith, and the power of forgiveness.
Kyle B (ru) wrote: A remarkable movie with extraordinary performances across the board. From Ben Kingsley's remarkable and deserving Oscar nominated performance to Kim Dickens with only 2 minutes of screen time but owns every second, there isn't a weak link in the bunch. Jennifer Connelly is great, Ron Eldard is great, Frances Fisher is great, and most of all Shohreh Aghdashloo is heartbreakingly great earning her Oscar nomination deservingly as well. It's expertly directed, writing, and has a powerful score from the late James Horner. The final 30 minutes of this movie is powerful and one of the strongest endings I have seen in a long time. This is an excellent movie about race relations, police and government corruption, and life itself. One of the best movies from 2003
Charlie M (us) wrote: Spoof of eighties teen flicks is a surprisingly funny if uneven comedy. It's no "Scary Movie" but it's better than "Loaded Weapon".
Johnny V (us) wrote: One of the great movies of all time.
Danny R (ca) wrote: Walter Hill directed an action. masterpiece with this buddy cop film that not only commercialised the subgenre, but set the standards for similar films in years to come
Jack P (us) wrote: Possibly the most disgusting, grim and depressing film i have ever seen. Ill Manors is a film showing everything that is wrong with Britain and no hope for the human race. A strong gritty film which captures the rough, run down lifestyle of the streets. A promising directorial debut from Ben Drew.
Chris B (mx) wrote: I went to support a family-valued film. But, I was touched and moved by the honesty and the reality of this courtroom drama as they occurred. Some of the special effects with the window scene were awesome, wish there had been more. Tom Sizemore stole every scene he was in. His funny performance was understated and real. Suing the Devil is a tear jerker, with an upbeat message, and ultimately makes you feel triumphant. For the Christians, this is a wake-up call to all the lost people. I know the Facebook page has 17,500 fans!
Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Rebecca W (es) wrote: If you've played the games, you'll enjoy the characters and story lines...