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Lukas K (es) wrote: Hilarious! In Macchan we trust!
Adrian B (au) wrote: There was nothing cool about this disaster of a movie!
Kashif C (it) wrote: Great film. Very reminiscent of "Boogie Nights"
Danielle O (ca) wrote: There is something pleasurably ironic about this film; the show "A Chorus Line" is about performers who want their break, who want to be chosen, and the process by which they are or are not. The movie has a sort of Russian Doll effect in that the documentary is about exactly what the broadway show iis about. Anyway, I thought it was very good, edited very well, put together beautifully and it really touched me and made me emotional. So there we go.
Adam T (ca) wrote: It's the type of comedy you can laugh at 24/7
LaZanne S (ca) wrote: I loved this movie, I just think it was a little before it's time and the people who criticized it so harshly. Other than that Ms Beckly did a great job.
Cale b (jp) wrote: A great idea done badly because of its Hollywood style effects and a terrible script.
Wes S (nl) wrote: While it has a thrilling climax and plenty of nice action scenes, this third installment doesn't hold up to the first and lacks the atmosphere from the second film. The characters aren't very interesting, and the kills aren't as fun. The story drags on and there are times where it gets dull. It has it's moments, but not enough of them.
Simeon M (gb) wrote: A bizarre critique of religion. Entertains you with the relationship between Kirk, Spock, and Bones; but leaves you empty at the end. The worst, and most atheist of the Star Trek's.
Rahul B (us) wrote: Analysis of the perception of memory... images... history.... its a documentary meets fiction meets travelogue... very loyal to the French Left Bank group... reminiscent of Alain Resnais's documentaries... Chris Marker amazes me yet again after La Jetee ....
Daniel P (ca) wrote: Don't mess with nature!